The future for the coal industry looks “increasingly bleak.”
Piling energy projects on the chopping block.
Not the best way to face the oil bust.
PE firms offer credit to teetering oil companies at exorbitant rates, with an eye on the assets in case of default.
Commodities and bonds tell a contrarian story.
Alaska gets 90% of its budget from oil taxes, and now that budget is $3.5 billion short.
Sign of a liquidity squeeze.
The Canadian Province hit hard by low oil prices.
Slashing jobs and investments around the globe.
Bad credit, no problem.