Alpha Natural Resources, inc. c (ANR)

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    Bankrupt coal miner Peabody proposes $11.9 mln in executive bonuses

    Peabody Energy Corp asked a U.S. judge on Wednesday to allow it to pay up to $11.9 million in bonuses for six top executives if the global coal producer meets performance targets and emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The incentive package, which for the first time includes targets for cleaning up coal pits, would raise the pay for the company's chief executive officer to $3.9 million from $1 million if all targets are met. Peabody said in a filing with U.S. Bankruptcy Court in St. Louis on Wednesday that the incentives for its executive leadership team will help the company maximize the value of its estate for the benefit of all stakeholders.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Coal miner Alpha emerges from bankruptcy amid doubts on outlook

    Coal producer Alpha Natural Resources Inc emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Tuesday with doubts about its long-term prospects and ability to carry out a recent environmental clean-up deal with regulators. Alpha said in a statement it emerged from bankruptcy as a slimmed down, privately held company with operations in West Virginia and Kentucky. Newly appointed Chief Executive Officer David Stetson said in a statement on Tuesday that the company had a solid financial foundation and was better positioned to meet its clean-up obligations.

  • Forbes4 months ago

    Nearly All U.S. Coal Plants Now Comply With The EPA Mercury Rule That Was Shot Down By Supreme Court

    Last June, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA had not conducted a sufficient cost-benefit analysis of its mercury rule, which took effect in 2012. But the court left the rule in place while the EPA conducted that analysis, and most vulnerable coal plants have borne the costs and complied.