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Consol Energy widens Q2 loss as special items hurt bottom line

The NYSE-listed stock of US fossil fuels producer Consol Energy on Tuesday morning lost as much as $0.62 apiece after it reported that its second-quarter loss nearly doubled as a result of once-off charges related to retiring some of its debt...
29th July 2014

Consol Energy on the rise as Q1 profit soars

US fossil fuels producer Consol Energy’s NYSE-listed stock on Tuesday climbed with as much as $2.23 apiece after the company reported that it had swung to a first-quarter profit, as sales growth in its gas exploration and production (E&P) and oil...
29th April 2014

Consol Energy names president Deluliis as CEO

US coal and natural gas producer Consol Energy on Friday announced that president Nicholas Deluliis would assume the position of CEO following current CEO Brett Harvey’s appointment as executive chairperson. These changes would become effective...
21st March 2014

Consol Energy appoints Chesapeake Energy executive as new COO

US-based fossil energy producer Consol Energy on Wednesday said that it had chosen Chesapeake Energy executive Timothy Dugan as the new COO for its exploration and production (E&P) division. At Chesapeake, Dugan most recently served as VP of the...
23rd January 2014

Consol Energy widens third-quarter loss, drives down costs

US coal and gas producer Consol Energy has widened its third-quarter net loss to $63.65-million, or $0.28 a share, from a net loss of $11.36-million, or $0.05 a share, despite driving down production costs and increasing output in both its natural...
29th October 2013

Consol Energy reports better-than-expected Q3 production

US coal and gas producer Consol Energy on Tuesday said it had produced and sold more gas and coal during the third quarter ended September 30, than expected. Consol's gas division produced 46.1-billion cubic feet equivalent (Bcfe) during the...
15th October 2013

Consol Energy widens loss in ‘challenging’ Q2

US fossil fuels producer Consol Energy recorded a second-quarter net loss, despite producing more coal in the three months ended June 30 than had been expected. The NYSE-listed company reported a net loss of $13-million, or $0.05 a share, compared...
25th July 2013

Consol Energy lifts Q1 production as demand rises

Diversified eastern US fuel producer Consol Energy coal production has surged during the first quarter ended March 31 to supply stronger-than-expected export markets. The Pittsburgh-based company on Friday said its coal division had produced...
12th April 2013

Consol beats Q4 earnings expectations on effective cost containment

US-based coal and gas producer Consol Energy beat analyst estimates for its fourth-quarter earnings despite lower coal sales and lower prices, as its focus on cost containment during 2012 paid off to deliver the lowest quarterly cost per ton of...
31st January 2013

Consol Energy lowers 2013 capex, shifts focus to gas

Eastern US-focused diversified fuel producer Consol Energy on Monday said it planned to reduce its 2013 capital expenditure (capex) budget by about 11.5% to between $1.29-billion and $1.5-billion, the bulk of which would be spent on its natural...
14th January 2013

Consol Energy posts Q3 loss as mine idlings take toll

US-based coal miner Consol Energy on Thursday reported a 106.5% drop in income during the third quarter as a number of planned and unplanned mine idlings impacted on the company’s financial performance. The Eastern US-focused company reported a...
25th October 2012

Consol Energy net nearly doubles on gains, feels market headwinds

US-based coal and natural gas giant Consol Energy maintained its regular quarterly dividend at 25.5c a share on Friday, following the company nearly doubling its net earnings for the second quarter ended June 30, to just shy of $153-million.
27th July 2012
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