MRC Global (MRC) battles headwinds with robust growth drivers like meaningful business contracts and diligent cost saving initiatives.
OGE Energy's (OGE) total sales in Q4 amounted to 6 million (MWh), down from 7.8 million (MWh) in the prior-year quarter.
NiSource's (NI) fourth quarter reports better-than-expected earnings and the company continues to gain from customer additions and systematic capital expenditures.
NiSource (NI) fourth quarter earnings surpassed estimates and the company reaffirmed its long term capital expenditure plans.
NiSource (NI) is expected to gain from new rates and customer expansion when it reports Q4 earnings on Feb 20.
Duke Energy (DUK) missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate in two of the past four quarters, the average earnings miss being 0.24%.
FirstEnergy's (FE) fourth-quarter performance anticipated to benefit from new rates.
DTE Energy (DTE) surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate in two of the trailing four quarters, the average beat being 3.81%.
Consolidated Edison (ED) of late has been incorporating renewable energy in its grid at an increasing rate.
CMS Energy (CMS) focuses on capacity maximization, reliability improvement and infrastructure upgrade.
The Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG) is likely to record higher revenues in fourth quarter on the back of its strong digital capabilities, diversified business model and strategic acquisitions.
PG&E (PCG) surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate in the trailing four quarters, with an average earnings beat of 14.71%.
Focus on increasing operational efficiency and structural realignment of operations are likely to drive Republic Services' (RSG) Q4 earnings.
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP) is likely to benefit from its expanding rate base, which will get reflected in its Q4 earnings, set to be released on Feb 9.
Exelon Corporation (EXC) is expected to beat earnings expectations in fourth quarter thanks to new rates and its ongoing investments to strengthen infrastructure.
Xcel Energy's (XEL) Q4 earnings are expected to gain from its regulated investments. However, the expected increase in expenses are likely to have an adverse impact on its margins.
NiSource (NI) entices shareholders with a dividend hike of 11.4%. The company's current transmission and future growth projects are likely to drive the demand for its utility services.