Edition:
United Kingdom

National Fuel Gas Co (NFG.N)

NFG.N on New York Stock Exchange

56.08USD
19 Sep 2018
Change (% chg)

$-0.47 (-0.83%)
Prev Close
$56.55
Open
$56.58
Day's High
$56.77
Day's Low
$55.89
Volume
108,372
Avg. Vol
127,666
52-wk High
$59.90
52-wk Low
$48.38

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

National Fuel Gas Co Says CEO Ronald Tanski's FY 2017 Total Compensation Was $7.6 Mln
Friday, 19 Jan 2018 

Jan 19 (Reuters) - National Fuel Gas Co ::NATIONAL FUEL GAS CO SAYS CEO RONALD TANSKI'S FY 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $7.6 MILLION VERSUS $7.1 MILLION IN FY 2016 - SEC FILING.  Full Article

National Fuel posts Q4 earnings per share $0.53
Thursday, 2 Nov 2017 

Nov 2 (Reuters) - National Fuel Gas Co :National Fuel reports fourth quarter and full year fiscal 2017 earnings.Sees FY 2018 earnings per share $2.75 to $3.05.Q4 earnings per share $0.53.Q4 earnings per share view $0.52 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.National Fuel Gas Co - qtrly ‍net production of 40.4 BCFE, a 1 pct increase from prior year​.National Fuel Gas Co - sees ‍2018 consolidated capital expenditures $535 million to $645​ million.National Fuel Gas Co - sees ‍2018 total production 185 BCFE to 200 BCFE​.FY2018 earnings per share view $2.90 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

National Fuel increases qtrly dividend 2.5 pct to 41.5 cents per share
Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 

June 15 (Reuters) - National Fuel Gas Co ::National Fuel increases dividend rate for 47th consecutive year.Directors approved a 2.5 percent increase in dividend on company's common stock​.Raises quarterly rate from 40.5 cents/share as approved in June 2016 to 41.5 cents/share for an annual rate of $1.66/share.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-US gas pipeline industry wants help beating back green groups

June 28 The United States should help the natural gas industry push back against opposition by environmental groups to pipeline projects by adopting new regulations or laws that favor infrastructure, backers of the industry said at a conference this week. Suppliers in the United States, the world's biggest natural gas producer, have had a difficult time in recent years getting shipments to some regions, including fuel-hungry New England, as environmental lawsuits by states, green gro