|Bid||2.66 x 2900|
|Ask||2.67 x 41800|
|Day's Range||2.58 - 2.70|
|52 Week Range||1.31 - 4.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 1, 2018 - Aug 6, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||6.50|
As green groups pressure the natural gas industry to clean up its act, an alternative to the fossil fuel is emerging in some unlikely places: pig farms and sewers. Duke Energy Corp., one of the largest U.S. utilities, began generating power in March for its North Carolina customers using “renewable” natural gas created by capturing methane from the waste produced by 62,000 hogs. National Grid Plc, meanwhile, is set to open a plant that will process gas from wastewater to serve New York customers.
For today, WallStEquities.com observes Atmos Energy Corp. (NYSE: ATO), Avangrid Inc. (NYSE: AGR), CenterPoint Energy Inc. (NYSE: CNP), and Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE). Dallas, Texas headquartered Atmos Energy Corp.'s stock finished Monday's session 2.98% lower at $89.81. The Company's shares have advanced 4.76% in the past month, 6.69% over the previous three months, and 7.33% over the past year.
Brookhaven is taking its sustainability efforts to a new level by becoming Clean Energy’s first customer in New York to move to Redeem™ renewable natural gas (RNG), the cleanest fueling option available, with an expected volume of 550,000 gasoline gallon equivalents (GGEs) annually to power 80 new refuse and recycling trucks. Clean Energy began its relationship with the Long Island community in 2008 when it designed, built, and began operating the natural gas truck fueling station that serves Brookhaven, one of the most densely populated areas in the country.
Clean tech companies have traded flat on aggregate this year versus the S&P 500’s 2-percent gain, a sharp contrast from when it was the best-performing energy subsector. Yet clean tech "remains a ...
Shares of Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (clne) plunged 17% in morning trade Thursday, putting them on track for the biggest one-day loss in 20 months, after Raymond James analyst Pavel Molchanov turned bearish on the natural gas company, citing concerns over valuation after the "excessive euphoria" over the equity investment made by Total S.A. (tot) The stock had rocketed 94% since the companies announced a strategic partnership and equity investment before the May 10 open. Molchanov cut his rating to underperform from market perform, saying the rally has pushed the valuation to levels well above its peers, and that's assuming Congress revives the tax credit for natural gas fuels, which Molchanov said was far from certain.
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Clean Energy Fuels Corp’s (NASDAQ:CLNE): Clean Energy Fuels Corp. provides natural gas as an alternative fuel for vehicle fleets in the United States and Canada. With the latest financial yearRead More...
Total expects to close a $1.5 billion (£1.2 billion) acquisition of Engie SA's liquefied natural gas assets in July, making it the second biggest producer of the super-cooled gas in the world behind Royal Dutch Shell Plc. "Over the next 20 years ... we see many scenarios where consumption of natural gas will grow at a pace of next to 2 percent per year, versus 1 percent or 1.5 percent for oil," Pouyanne said at the World Gas Conference in Washington, D.C. Total's numbers differ from those of the U.S. Energy Information Administration, which predicts global natural gas growth to average 1.5 percent per year between now and 2050, versus 0.7 percent for crude oil.
A recent spate of positive press releases, along with word that OPEC won't be flooding the market with oil, seems to have gotten investors excited about the natural gas seller's prospects.
Clean Energy Fuel Corp. today joined city officials and county executives in the City of Olathe and Johnson County, KS to mark the opening of a compressed natural gas fueling station that is expected to greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, fueling costs, noise pollution, and maintenance expenses.
Clean Energy Fuel Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) has facilitated the filing of grant applications for 168 heavy-duty trucks equipped with the latest near zero engine technology and powered by Clean Energy’s Redeem™ renewable natural gas, which will contribute to lowering emissions on Southern California roads, thanks to funding made available by the Carl Moyer Grant Program. With the support of Clean Energy, grant applications for 168 vehicles were submitted for a diverse array of trucking applications including port trucks that service the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, regional delivery trucks, and concrete mixers. “Trucking companies are looking for solutions that will help them meet California’s stricter emissions regulations.
Tesla investors have already made a lot of money, and that could continue. But these three stocks could do far better. Here's why.
In this morning’s lineup are these four stocks: Atmos Energy Corp. (NYSE: ATO), Avangrid Inc. (NYSE: AGR), CenterPoint Energy Inc. (NYSE: CNP), and Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ: CLNE). On Monday, shares in Dallas, Texas headquartered Atmos Energy Corp. recorded a trading volume of 377,207 shares.
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) shareholders today approved, by over 97 percent of the shares present at the company’s annual shareholders meeting, the purchase by Total Marketing Services S.A., a wholly owned subsidiary of Total S.A. (CAC:TOTF.PA), of 50.8 million shares of Clean Energy’s common stock for gross proceeds of $83.4 million. Total’s acquisition will represent 25 percent of Clean Energy’s outstanding shares and will make it Clean Energy’s largest shareholder. This new partnership will combine one of the world’s leading energy companies that operates over 16,000 fueling stations with North America’s leading provider of clean natural gas as a transportation fuel.
Since March 1, shares of the leader in natural gas for transportation have surged almost 140%. Here's what's happening.
While tech investors await electric or hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks, alternative-fuel versions with near-zero emissions are on the road -- right now.
Today the National Gas Parity Act of 2018 (H.R. 5959) was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Reps. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) and John Larson (D-CT). The legislation provides for a number of incentives and changes to existing laws to encourage the sale, purchase, and use of natural gas as a transportation fuel. “There has never been a better time for Congress to support the adoption of natural gas vehicles (NVGs) as a proven transportation model, one that has already been successfully adopted by municipalities across the U.S. Whether transferring goods, transporting passengers, picking up trash, or shuttling airport passengers, natural gas vehicles are helping to move America with a cleaner fuel.
After a quarter of weak growth, the company is counting on some big catalysts to spur faster adoption of natural gas vehicles.