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EQT Corporation (EQT)

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20.56-0.56 (-2.65%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
20.37 -0.19 (-0.92%)
After hours: 07:40PM EST
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  • h
    hodgdon
    If you’re looking for a short and sweet guide to the day’s biggest news, I recommend (http://the-alphatrader.com/). They breakdown the most important pre-market news and it only takes a few minutes to read.
  • T
    T-Rex
    When (and I DO mean WHEN) the Ruskies invade the Ukes, how high does EQT - and natgas-related tickers - spike? 20% ... 25%?? Oh, and Mr. Market doesn't care that the US doesn't supply our European cousins with nat gas. It'll spike ... just because it CAN.
  • k
    ky mike
    My last post was deleted so I’ll try to answer cornbread again. EQT and Rice failed miserably with their 2021 and 2022 hedges/swaps/collars. Rice says he failed miserably. The market agreed.
    But weather has finally cooperated. Cold weather = higher natural gas prices = higher energy prices. But before you anoint Rice as king of the world for getting the stock price back to where it was when he started his hostile takeover understand I disagree. When the share price hits $45 I’ll give him un poco credit. With decent hedging, EQT would be looking at massive profits. Massive. But instead of massive profits to sway investors EQT releases fluff about workplace/sustainable drivel. I’m a fan of green and being a great place to work but profits drive share price!!!!!
    Bullish
  • B
    Barnacle Barney
    ' Chesapeake Energy Corp is in advanced talks to acquire privately owned natural gas producer Chief Oil & Gas for around $2.4 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. '
    Chief is marcellus PA acreage. Something tells me that CHK didn't hedge away the benefits of the current nat gas price rise ?
  • R
    Robin
    I don't prefer to say cold hearted things, but as I see the weather forecast calling for -12/-16 Hi/Low for Tuesday in Boston I feel it would be "just deserts" if Boston had a electrical grid failuure for the majority of those living there that oppose new gas pipelines as they caused the problem. We would finally show all those climate change extrmists/progressive Wokes what are consequences of their own actions. Lefties are absolutely ignoring in understanding the "laws of unintended consequences". I absolutely feel sorry for those that would have supported new gas pipelines so they can buy natural gas for $4/mmbtu instead of $30/mmbtu via LNG now. There are articles where on an abormally cold day Boston could face lost gas supply for some or reduced for all and possibly grid failure if gas from LNG cannot be delivered fast enough. The same outlook is coming to New York and later New Jersey. NY's gas supplier has already publicaly stated that as early as next winter it may not be delivered all of the gas as demand on an abnormally cold day (which will get progressively worse if gas hook-ups increase as there is ZERO new gas supply via pipelines and NY and their reliance of CNG trucks will reach limits of capabilities.
  • J
    J.C.
    Giddy up! Very strong free cash flows, large stock buy back, and dividend. Plus it checks the ESG box. If the extremists in the Democratic party would embrace more natural gas pipelines to help transition away from dirtier coal and oil, this stock would go much higher. However, they ignore the science of cleaner natural gas and nuclear power while our environment gets worse and our poor and middle class have to pay much higher energy prices than they should be paying. BTW, if you haven't added FLR to your portfolio, it's not too late.
    Bullish
  • T
    Timrio
    Hello (knock, knock, knock!). Anyone here? We just had a great day and no one wants to post? Looks like LNG market is on fire right now.
  • k
    ky mike
    EQT’s response to Sen Warren is spot on.
    Fact filled, logical reasoning explaining why natural gas is the fuel of the future.
    Especially Marcellus gas with low water production after a year and recycling produced water to frac new wells.
    Natural gas is the answer.
  • R
    Robin
    I am very Bullish on oil and gas in general. But I am less Bullish on Appalchia producers as they are not constrining production enough. Dominion South gas prices now starting to blow-out to NYMEX. This can be dangerous for EQT as they hedge based on NYMEX. Even without a blow-out EQT has minimal free cash flow with its hedges. I prefer not to say something negative on any oil and gas stock, but these guys still do not fully get it. Stop hedging and please provide 2022 guidance that "at best" would be flat production growth. While Appalcahia gas generally does not impact NYMEX given pipelines taking gas out of basin are always full anyways, it certainly would help at the margin for NYMEX if Appalcahia guys did not produce so much where pipelines are always full. Be nice that during a cold day takeaway pipelines are not full. Management should be taken to ringer "again" to halt any production growth for 2022. If anything they should hold CAPEX flat, which would mean wells completed down a few percent given cost inflation and have gas production at 2022 year-end being modestly lower than start of the year.
  • S
    Sam
    EQT is an interesting play at this juncture. $18.55 a pop, very undervalued because Alta Assets ignored in the implied trading price. Probably worth $25-30 but natural gas is most likely going the way of iron ore.
    Which will happen first, natural gas bottoms or the market figures out what Alta is worth and adds that on to the market cap increasing the share price?
    Vote up if you believe Alta will be included in the traded price before the correction in natural gas concludes.
    Vote down if you believe EQT will tank and Alta wont be included before natural gas bottoms out.
  • r
    rose
    Is anyone concerned about CA’s attempts to alter gas laws?
  • J
    J.C.
    Having looked at the analyst opinions, consensus EPS and PT, listened to the earnings call twice, examined the financial statements, 5 year historical stock chart versus natural gas prices, current and future natural gas price projections, ESG implications, and evaluated the potential upside versus downside to the current stock price....I've joined the bulls on this message board and EQT is now a core position.
    Bullish
  • C
    Cornbread
    Calling all internet experts sitting at home on their couches. Where is the brutal criticism of Toby Rice?? Sitting on that couch playing self grandisement?? Or moved on to another stock to tear down? Go buy AMC or Bitcoin(worthless computer code).
  • J
    James
    EQT acquiring Chief Oil and Gas. Does anyone know if this is a possibility? There are some synergies that would be beneficial.
  • S
    Sam
    Why would anyone wait til 1 second after the market closes to pay 20.78, when it closed at 20.11
    Seems the bots are not coded properly. Someone just dissed off a bunch of money lol :p
  • J
    J.C.
    Well the Dems have control of the Executive and Legislative branches of government, and we finally have the progressives in control to combat global warming and save the planet for future generations. But wait.....just read an article this morning that coal is becoming a hot commodity at U.S. utilities. "Inventories at power plants have dwindled to their lowest point since the 1970s, and domestic thermal coal prices are hitting their highest levels in more than a decade as utilities race to restock ahead of the heating season. The Energy Information Administration says U.S. power sector inventories are about two-thirds of the five-year average for this time of year. The EIA says 2021 will mark the first annual increase in domestic coal generation since 2014, with coal’s share expanding to a 23% market share this year, up from 20% in 2020." We also hear the Dems say they are concerned about black Americans lagging the rest of America in terms of much higher unemployment levels and lower wages. Yet the current POTUS has relaxed border controls and stopped building the wall allowing hundreds of thousands more border jumpers to cross than last year. But wait, doesn't that significantly increase the supply of low skilled, uneducated people in America who compete against our low skilled, uneducated Americans for jobs, and lower overall wages for Americans. According to study done during Obama administration, border jumpers help businesses, the middle and upper classes, but hurts our lower class Americans by taking their jobs and lowering their wages...particulary black American males. Then why do many Dems support open borders and sanctuary cities? Many Dems also fight against allowing poor American citizens to use their property tax dollars to send their children to competent and safe private schools, even though polls show majority of black parents in the inner city support school choice. We also see many Dems support defunding of police which leads to higher crime rates, fewer businesses, and higher prices as result of less competition and higher theft...once again hurting black Americans more than any other race. The policies of the Dems definitely harm black Americans the most, and are arguably very racist. Yet over 90% of black Americans vote for the Dems who history clearly shows have been the party of slavery, segregation, the Klan, and discrimination. The good news is that blacks and hispanics are starting to wake up and the trend is that more and more are starting to vote for independents and conservatives....particularly college educated minority men!
  • A
    Alan
    Buy back a billion from a $7.88 market cap gets you about 13%, then (50 cents
    dividend on a $21 stock is another 2.3%. So should we see a 15% pop?
    Bullish
  • S
    Sam
    Another interesting day with oil and gas up big and oil and gas stocks (as totally to be expected) crumbling :)
  • J
    J.C.
    A very positive sign that stock price is holding up in the face of short term plummeting natural gas prices. Looking forward to seeing where the stock price ends up 12 months from now. If we could just get the progressive Democrats to "lean into" more natural gas pipelines to increase supply to replace dirty coal and oil we would see the demand, E&P, and prices for cleaner natural gas increase. Instead the progressives fight against all pipelines and would rather see oil, coal, and gas transported on trains and trucks which does much more damage to the environment and significantly increases the prices paid for energy by our poor and middle class citizens. The same people who fight against the pipelines, are many of the same people who "lean into" open borders and sanctuary cities which increases the supply of low skilled and uneducated workers to compete against our own low skilled and uneducated Americans. Once again the policies of the so called progressives hurt our poor and middle class Americans the most by allowing border jumpers to take their jobs, lower their wages, increase the classroom sizes, and consume scarce healthcare resources in our poor minority American communities. If republicans advanced the open border policies, sanctuary cities, and were against school vouchers for poor parents, and the democrats were on the other side of these issues.....our news media would be calling the republicans racists. But since these racist policies are being advanced by democrats, our news media ignores the damage they do to our low income minority families and embrace these so-called progressive policies and politicians.
    Bullish
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