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  1. Rice Coping Well With Challenging Prices; Assets Look Impressive


    Fri, 15 May 2015

    sale of some production in premium markets outside Appalachia. The company's realized prices were down 20%, less than the Nymex benchmark, and basis differentials were around $0.50. As a result, the company was able to hold EBITDA flat . But though

  2. Gulfport's Earnings Fall on Pricing Despite Impressive Nymex Differential


    Fri, 8 May 2015

    The company side-stepped further damage with its firm transport portfolio, holding its average natural gas differential to Nymex at just $0.21 per thousand cubic feet, a much tighter spread than the Appalachian Basin average. EBITDA was down some 43

  3. Weak Pricing Stifles Production in NFG's 2Q; Guidance Lowered as More Curtailments Appear Likely


    Fri, 1 May 2015

    spot production. Given the lower midpoint production estimate--in addition to reduced assumptions for Marcellus spot and Nymex gas prices--the company lowered its fiscal 2015 earnings guidance to $2.65-$2.90 per share. We will update our model

  4. Antero Faces 2015 Pricing Challenge; Long-Term Story Intact


    Thu, 30 Apr 2015

    local prices and negatively affecting realized prices. In the first quarter, the company achieved a $0.17/mcf discount to NYMEX . That represents a premium to local prices and reflects the benefit of the company's firm transport portfolio. The company

  5. Despite Weak Prices, Cabot Delivers Solid First Quarter; Constitution Final Approval Appears Close


    Sun, 26 Apr 2015

    Cabot's realized natural gas prices continued to come under pressure during the first quarter, averaging $0.75/Mcf less than Nymex settlement prices (ex-hedges), although this represents a modest improvement from the fourth quarter, when prices were

  6. Robust Production From SWN's Marcellus Assets Again Muted by Weak Realizations; Fair Value Unchanged


    Sun, 26 Apr 2015

    The company’s natural gas sold at an average discount to Nymex of $0.35 per mcf during the quarter, compared to a discount ..... 245 Bcf of 2015 gas production at an average of $0.23 below Nymex prices. At this time, our fair value estimate of $39 per

  7. Antero Still Undervalued After 1Q15


    Thu, 16 Apr 2015

    first-quarter dry gas at a discount of just $0.17 to the NYMEX benchmark, and that's before hedging. Including the effect ..... natural gas price was $4.37/mcf, a premium of $1.39 to NYMEX . That sets the company up well for the rest of 2015. However

  8. Shelling Out Too Much for an Oil Megadeal


    Fri, 10 Apr 2015

    gas (Henry Hub). Beyond our midcycle oil and gas estimates, our financial forecasts use near-term energy prices based on Nymex future contracts for the next 36 months. For Brent oil pricing we currently use $58 per barrel in 2015, $65 in 2016

  9. Crescent Point Continues to Look Fairly Valued at Current Prices


    Thu, 19 Mar 2015

    and our valuation now incorporates terminal prices of $69 per barrel for WTI oil (formerly $90/bbl)) and $4/mcf Nymex natural gas (formerly $5.40/mcf). We also expect falling prices to push down service company fees, which will reduce

  10. Impressive Output in 2014 for Antero, but Leverage Could Slow Future Growth


    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

    period). The company's extensive firm transport portfolio kept realized per-mcf natural gas prices within $0.34 of the Nymex benchmark, and robust 2014 operations contributed to a 66% increase in proved reserves. The reserve growth was achieved with

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