NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Du Pont (DD - Get Report), PPG Industries (PPG - Get Report), Walter Energy (WLT), Cytec Industries (CYT) and Patriot Coal (PCX) are five stocks scheduled to report quarterly earnings tomorrow.

These five stocks from the coal and chemical industry have upside potential based on consensus estimates of analysts polled by Bloomberg. Out of these, Du Pont and PPG Industries have the highest dividend yield of 3.29% and 2.59%, respectively.

These five stocks are stacked based on potential upsides, great to greatest.

5. PPG Industries is a producer and supplier of protective and decorative coatings, optical and speciality materials, commodity chemicals and glass. Its operations are divided into six segments: performance coatings; industrial coatings; architectural coatings-Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); optical and specialty materials; commodity chemicals; and glass.

Net income for the first quarter of 2011 is forecast at $218.5 million on sales of $3.4 billion, compared to net income of $117 million on $3.1 billion in sales recorded during first-quarter 2010, according to analysts polled by Bloomberg. Earnings per share are seen at $1.33 for the quarter, up from 70 cents per share reported during the year-ago period. Return on equity for the quarter is seen at 17.19% as compared to 14.86% in the year-ago period.

Of the 13 analysts covering the stock, 31% recommend a buy, while 62% suggest a hold. Analysts polled by Bloomberg expect the stock to gain an average 7.1% to $99.8 in value from current levels.

4. E. I. du Pont de Nemours (Du Pont) is engaged in offering a range of products and services for the agriculture and food, building and construction, electronics and communications, general industrial and transportation markets. Broadly, the company consists of 13 businesses, of which Du Pont operates in seven segments. It also operates in certain embryonic businesses, such as Applied BioSciences and non-aligned businesses.

Net income for the first quarter is forecast at $1.3 billion on sales of $9.3 billion, compared to net income of $1.1 billion on $8.5 billion in sales recorded during 2010 first quarter, according to analysts polled by Bloomberg. Earnings per share are seen at $1.37, indicating an increase of 10% from the first quarter of 2010. Return on equity for the quarter is seen at 42.8% as compared to 32.4% in the year-ago period.

Of the 16 analysts covering the stock, 63% recommend a buy while the remaining rate it a hold. There are no sell ratings. Analysts polled by Bloomberg expect the stock to gain an average 9.4% to $59.8 in value from current levels.

3. Walter Energy produces and exports metallurgical coal for the global steel industry and also produces steam coal, coal bed methane gas (natural gas), metallurgical coke and other related products. Its operations are divided into three business segments: Underground mining, surface mining and Walter Coke.

Net income for the first quarter is forecast at $97.7 million on sales of $417.9 million, compared to net income of $47.6 million on $308.1 million in sales recorded during first-quarter 2010, according to analysts polled by Bloomberg. Earnings per share are seen at $2.11, indicating more than 100% increase from the first quarter of 2010. Return on equity for the quarter is seen at 25.8% as compared to 21.7% in the year-ago period.

Of the 17 analysts covering the stock, 82% recommend a buy while the remaining rate it a hold. There are no sell ratings. Analysts polled by Bloomberg expect the stock to gain an average 20.9% to $159.1 in value from current levels.

2. Cytec Industries, a global specialty chemicals and materials company, mainly focuses on developing, manufacturing and selling value-added products. It has five business segments: Coating resins, additive technologies, in-process separation, engineered materials and building block chemicals. Its diverse range of end markets includes aerospace, adhesives, automotive and industrial coatings.

Net income for the first quarter is forecast at $34 million as compared to net income of $33.1 million recorded during 2010 first quarter, according to analysts polled by Bloomberg. Earnings per share are seen at 70 cents as compared to 67 cents recorded in the same period a year ago. Return on equity for the quarter is seen at 3.88% as compared to 1.5% in the year-ago period.

Of the 7 analysts covering the stock, 57% recommend a buy while 29% rate it a hold. Analysts polled by Bloomberg expect the stock to gain an average 24.2% to $65.6 in value from current levels.

1. Patriot Coal, a producer of coal in the eastern U.S. has its operations and coal reserves in the Appalachia and the Illinois Basin. It also produces metallurgical coal. Its operations mainly consist of 14 mining complexes, which include company operated mines, contractor-operated mines and coal preparation facilities. The company ships coal to electric utilities, industrial users and metallurgical coal customers.

Net loss for the first quarter is forecast to narrow down to $10.4 million from $11.2 million recorded during first-quarter 2010, according to analysts polled by Bloomberg. Sales are seen increasing by 20% to $559.1 million during the quarter. Operating profit for the company during the quarter is forecasted to swing to positive $19.9 million from the year-ago loss of $39.0 million. Furthermore, for the same period, gross margins are also seen improving to positive 5.7% from negative 3.3%.

Of the 17 analysts covering the stock, 41% recommend a buy, while 41% suggest a hold. Analysts polled by Bloomberg expect the stock to gain an average 24.9% to $30.1 in value from current levels.