If Peabody's coal sales can't even pay the bills, how is it going to pay down its $6 billion in debt?
Oil and gas MLP hires a restructuring advisor and maxes out its credit facility.
Alliance Resource Partners is the cleanest shirt in in coal's dirty laundry, but it looks like results are set to get a little dirtier.
The coal master limited partnership sees tough times ahead, but remains in a much stronger position than its peers.
Revenue and earnings started to slip on lower coal prices, but Alliance Resource Partners has given itself a lot of wiggle room with its operations to survive 2016.
The first signs that producers are throwing in the towel have started to emerge.
Alliance Resources Partners L.P. may be outperforming its peers, but for some reason, its stock sure hasn't.
After years of debt-fueled growth, oil companies will spend the next few years delevering.
The bottom for oil, the end of upstream master limited partnerships, and a megamerger.
It was a bad year for Alliance Resource Partners in 2015, but that doesn't mean there weren't some bright spots.