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West Coast energy wholesaler Calpine has hundreds of millions of dollars in geothermal investment tied up in green energy that it may not be able to sell.
Calpine's Michael Rogers talks about the company's difficulty securing renewals for existing contracts for its geothermal power.
These two stocks have been able to generate profits for investors over the last five years while coal stocks in general have tanked. Here's why.
Should Google buy Songza, the pressure will build for Yahoo! or Amazon to buy Pandora or Spotify. But the price would be steep and neither of the streaming music leaders should feel motivated to sell.
Findings from an investigation by the Chemical Safety Board suggest a failure of the blowout preventer made by Cameron International led directly to a worsening of the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Coal demand in China could peak between 2015 and 2020, spelling further pressure for international coal stocks, particularly those like Peabody Energy with mining operations in the region.
Coal companies and analysts responding to rules proposed Monday that are aimed at reducing carbon emissions found little to complain about.
Coal shares are moving higher in early trading as investors see signs of hope in new federal rules on emissions standards released by the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday.
A recent report by Brookings Institution and American Enterprise Institute economists suggests that the trick behind an effective carbon tax lies in directing the revenue.