The units will ship in the first quarter and are expected to be operational in the second half of the year
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The placing will see 149.5mln shares issued at 1p per share with warrants attached.
CEO Ron Keating said Evoqua’s results were dragged down by 'isolated items' related in part to supply chain disruptions influenced by tariffs and a delay on a large aquatics project
Following the court ruling in India, Hardy said it has decided to write-down US$51.1mln of intangible assets associated with CY-OS/2 exploration expenditures
Active revealed earlier this week that local authorities had agreed to issue it with two five-year commercial timber permits
Both beat on earnings but Exxon surged past year-ago and consensus revenue estimates while Chevron fell short of market expectations
Chesapeake shares slumped nearly 6% in before the bell New York deals to $3.50.
Denbury said it would create a leading mid-cap oil producer with top-tier margins and a strong production growth trajectory
CEO Jeff Miller said the outlook for global commodity supply and demand dynamics is 'constructive'
The business outlook for the oilfield services company has become positive
Palantir is reportedly in talks with investment banks Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley about an IPO by the second half of 2019
The new drill programme is expected to start next week.
The combined company will have a fleet of 28 floating rigs and 54 jack-ups with drilling operations in the Gulf of Mexico, Brazil and West Africa
Richard Spinks will step down from his board position to focus on delivering the Canadian opportunity as Timberlands managing director
The 10-year deal on Etame will run through 2028, and the company can move forward on a development and appraisal program
The results came as EnSync announced a deal with Hawaii Pacific University to build a 211-kilowatt photovoltaic system on four buildings at its non-profit affiliate, the Oceanic Institute, on Oahu, Hawaii
The energy company received a deficiency notification from the NYSE after its 30-day average closing price fell below $1
The company produces specialized solar cells that are different from those that dominate the market
BP is getting back to growth, according to Berenberg, which is starting its coverage with a 'buy' recommendation.
The throwing out of a California bill paves the way for Cadiz to pump as much as 16.3bn gallons of water from its wells underneath the Mojave Desert
The company will receive US$16mln in cash as part of the sale, but it will retain certain assets related to fuel cell propulsion systems for military and commercial unmanned vehicles
Kinder Morgan Canada's TransMountain pipeline hangs in the balance, as a federal court in Canada overturns an approval, but shareholders scramble to vote in favour
As long as Weichai maintains a 15% stake in Ballard it will have the right to nominate two directors to Ballard's board, which will expand to nine directors from seven
Spectra is what's called a master limited partnership and owns interests in pipeline and storage facilities.
It's been reported that Tesla has enlisted the help of crisis communications firm, Joele Frank