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The debt-heavy energy company has more bills coming due than cash to pay them, observers say.
Why is the company still trying to make a go of energy trading?
Its general counsel is leaving to pursue other interests.
The whole energy merchant sector sags on its own cash-flow concerns.
The company now has some time to work out issues with its lenders.
The energy trader leads a procession of hard-hit companies seeking new credit lines.
The natural gas company's shares tumble as it lowers guidance and says it hopes to sell stock.
William McCormick will remain on the board, but Kenneth Whipple is the new CEO.
'Round-trip' trades didn't seem to bother anyone until Enron fell apart.
New growth plays will have to struggle for capital until they've earned the trust lost by others.
After big run-ups, you might expect some selling, but not of this magnitude. What's up?
Natural gas prices have slumped, but a longtime energy pundit remains bullish.
Neither analysts nor company executives believe prices will subside anytime soon.
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