(), the aviation, energy and civil engineering group, said it continues to make strong progress in its two core divisions of aviation and energy.
Rare disease specialist PLC (LON:OPRH) expects to announce the first early adopters of its genomic health data platform later this year.
() surpassed City forecasts with the company quietly confident about the coming year.
() almost tripled sales in its first half as the waste-to-energy firm looked to cut costs and establish new ways of funding its developments.
() said it has now formally completed the acquisition of Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Inc. and, backed by shareholders, has raised US$60mln in new funds.
() climbed on Wednesday after the group’s net asset value increased to a premium above its current share price.
() updated on its exploration programme on Trinidad’s South West Peninsula where it is preparing to drill the Saffron well.
Shares in () jumped higher as stakeholder () extended the term of a loan where Polarean shares have been used as collateral.
A strong order book and significant new business wins helped drive the first-half performance of contract research specialist ().
Acquisitive telecoms and information technology services provider () is making progress on its ‘One AdEPT’ project.
Chariot Oil & Gas Limited () chief executive Larry Bottomley, in the explorer’s half-yearly results statement, highlighted that it now has a balanced portfolio with “a commercially attractive production opportunity” alongside its “giant potential prospects”.
PLC () has signed deals with three aquariums to install its virtual reality (VR) headsets.
() is looking at substantial quantities of quartz and feldspar at its Mina do Barroso project in Portugal. Though lithium is the main target, these by-products have the potential to provide a significant additional income stream, Savannah said.
() chief executive Martin Perry has highlighted the company’s advances in China and its recent deal with Shell as examples of ongoing progress ahead of today’s AGM.
() says samples of its CoalSwitch fuel alternative and biomass black pellets are now being sent to potential customers in Europe as well as the US.
() non-executive directors Xavier Latil and Rodolphe Cadio are stepping down from the board as the restructuring of the company is now substantially complete.