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Alliance Resource Partners Return vs. S&P
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Alliance Resource Partners Company Info
Alliance Resource Partners LP is a natural resource company, which produces and markets coal to United States utilities and industrial users. It operates through the following segments: Illinois Basin, Appalachia, Minerals, and Other & Corporate. The Illinois Basin segment is comprised of Webster County coal's Dotiki mining complex, Gibson mining complex, which includes the Gibson north mine and the Gibson south project, Hopkins County coal's Elk Creek mining complex, White County coal's Pattiki mining complex, Warrior's mining complex, River View's mining complex, the Sebree property and certain properties of Alliance Resource Properties and ARP Sebree LLC. The Appalachian segment is composed of Pontiki and MC Mining complexes. The Minerals segment includes its oil & gas mineral interests, which are located primarily in the Permian, Anadarko, and Williston basins. The Other and Corporate segment includes marketing and administrative expenses, Mt. Vernon dock activities, coal brokerage activity, its equity investment in Mid-America Carbonates LLC and certain activities of Alliance Resource Properties. The company was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Tulsa, OK.
News & Analysis
Business is booming.
Unfortunately, none of them look like great picks to buy now.
Investors have bigger dividends coming their way.
Shares of the coal miner caved following earnings, even though the master limited partnership reinstated its distribution.
The coal producer reported some good news.
Alliance is one of the best-run companies in its industry, but that may not be enough to keep it going long term.
The coal miner reported earnings, boosting investor enthusiasm ... only the excitement didn't last for very long.
The Fed thinks the economy will take more time to recover than Wall Street was expecting, which is bad news for this coal stock.
ARLP earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2023.
ARLP earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2023.
ARLP earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2022.
ARLP earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2022.
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