|Bid||19.65 x 800|
|Ask||19.66 x 900|
|Day's Range||19.23 - 19.74|
|52 Week Range||16.29 - 31.24|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.95|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.12 (0.63%)|
|1y Target Est||25.56|
Why Range Resources' Earnings May Have Slowed in Q4Range Resources earningsRange Resources (RRC) is set to announce its fourth-quarter earnings results on February 25. Based on analysts’ consensus estimates, its net income per diluted share could
NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2019 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Market Source Research released its latest key findings for all current investors,.
Oil Gains Pushed the Energy Sector Higher Last Week(Continued from Prior Part)Key energy eventsOn February 21, the EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) is scheduled to release its oil and natural gas inventory data. Early this week, the
Equitrans Midstream Corp., created by the split of natural gas producer EQT Corp., is embarking on a future that will include not only moving natural gas but also water. Much of the revenue around Equitrans (NYSE: ETRN) is around current and future pipelines including the Mountain Valley Pipeline, which could be completed by the end of 2019. Equitrans is expecting to spend $100 million in fresh water infrastructure including 55 miles of permanent pipe in southwestern Pennsylvania and Belmont County, Ohio.
Oil and gas producer EQT Corp said on Wednesday it had agreed to pay about $54 million to settle a lawsuit with West Virginia landowners over royalty payments. "EQT is working diligently to resolve this matter with our leaseholders and earn their confidence, as well as that of other West Virginia residents and community leaders," EQT Chief Executive Robert McNally said in a statement on Wednesday. EQT said under the settlement, it had agreed to stop taking future post production deductions on leases determined by the court to not permit deductions and that future royalty payments will be based on index pricing.
Toby Z. Rice and Derek A. Rice, shareholders of EQT Corporation (EQT), today sent a letter to the Board of Directors of EQT requesting that it commit to holding the 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders of EQT Corporation in April as it did every year before 2018. The Rice Team is writing to you today to ask that EQT Corporation (EQT) (“EQT”) hold its 2019 Annual Meeting in April, as the Company has for decades.
EQT Corp said on Wednesday it has agreed to pay $53.5 million to settle with West Virginia landowners who are part of a statewide class-action lawsuit related to lease royalty payments. The energy firm ...
EQT Corporation (EQT) today announced that it has reached a tentative settlement agreement with West Virginia landowners who are part of a statewide class action lawsuit. EQT believes that the proposed settlement agreement, which will resolve lease royalty claims in a case that has been pending since 2013, demonstrates the Company’s commitment to fostering good relationships with landowners. To resolve the royalty claims for the class period, which spans from 2009 through 2017, EQT has agreed to pay $53.5 million into a settlement fund that will be established to disburse payments to class participants.
Antero Resources' Earnings Could Jump 79%, but There's a RiskAntero Resources’ earnings could jump 79% Tomorrow, Antero Resources(AR) could report adjusted net income of $0.43 per share in Q4 2018, based on analysts’ consensus estimates. This
STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Buyout group EQT is set to sell a 20 percent to 25 percent stake in Independent Vetcare Group (IVC) to institutional investors in deal that will value one of Europe's biggest veterinary services providers at over 1.5 billion euros (1.3 billion pounds), two sources told Reuters. Swedish private equity firm EQT Partners, IVC's controllinginvestor, is bringing in co-investors and will refinance the company, the sources familiar with the deal said, declining to be named as the process is private. The deal is expected to be announced this week, the sources said, and follows media reports last year that EQT was hoping to sell IVC, which owns about 540 clinics and hospitals across Europe and also operates a successful online pet pharmacy.
EQT (EQT) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - EQT, the largest private equity firm in the Nordic region, is planning a Stockholm listing that could take place in the third quarter with the aim of raising about 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion), three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. A stake of about 25 percent could be sold in an initial public offering (IPO), potentially valuing EQT at about 4 billion euros (41.7 billion Swedish crowns), the sources told Reuters, declining to be named because the plans were private. The company has previously said it was considering options to strengthen its balance sheet but it had not indicated whether this would involve an IPO and has not indicated a specific timing, the stake to be offered or any potential valuation.
Two of the founders of Rice Energy, which EQT Corp bought in 2017, are pushing for a change in the company's strategy and replacement of its board due to its ongoing underperformance. Appalachian-focused EQT acquired rival Rice Energy for $6.7 billion, making it the largest natural gas producer in the United States. In a presentation to shareholders on Tuesday, the brothers proposed appointing Toby Rice, former chief operating officer of Rice Energy, as the company's new chief executive.
Rice Energy Inc. was known for innovation and a heavily technology-based approach to drilling for natural gas. Rice Energy, ever since bursting on the scene less than a decade ago, was determined to do things differently. The nation's largest independent natural gas driller has seen turmoil at the top, several rounds of layoffs and a split of the company since it acquired Rice.
The founders of Rice Energy on Tuesday outlined a plan to turn around EQT Corporation, rebuking its performance a year and a half after the two companies merged and proposing it replace its chief executive officer and board. Appalachian-focused EQT acquired rival Rice Energy for $6.7 billion in mid-2017, making it the largest natural gas producer in the United States. On Tuesday, in a presentation to shareholders, they proposed appointing Toby Rice, former chief operating officer for Rice Energy, as EQT's new chief executive, and revamping its board.
The Rices claimed EQT's management and board failed in vision, design and execution. The Rice brothers, shareholders of EQT (NYSE: EQT) after Rice Energy's acquisition in 2017, said they went public after their offers to help and their concerns went largely ignored. Toby Rice, who had been Rice Energy's president and COO, told a conference call with analysts and journalists that EQT was plagued by what he called baggage: Bureaucracy, silos and older systems.