Streetwise Reports' Article Archives — November 2020 back to current month (15)
Azarga Uranium reported that the receipt of the final EPA permits for its Dewey Burdock Project marks another significant milestone achievement for the company.
EV Battery Technologies' battery management system offers a major advance in battery storage, and can even revitalize spent batteries.
Skyharbour Resources' partner engages a firm to carry out the program at East Preston.
In conversation with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable, Jordan Trimble, the CEO of Skyharbour Resources, offers his take on the post-pandemic uranium market and the latest news from his company.
Shares of SolarWindow Technologies reached a new 52-week high after the company reported it has created the "first-ever" electricity-generating flexible glass using a high-speed manufacturing process.
Brian Ostroff, managing director at Windermere Capital and CEO of Arianne Phosphate, discusses the recent rise in agricultural commodity prices and their spillover into fertilizers.
The highlights of Pan Orient Energy's third quarter are presented in a Mackie Research Capital Corp. report.
For its interest, Torchlight Energy Resources is to receive $350,000.
Solar Energy Firm Lands Three NYC Community Projects (11/18/2020)
UGE International secured three new NYC community solar projects with combined capacity of 1.5 MW, increasing its project backlog by US$3 million.
Pan Orient Energy and its joint venture partner continue producing and selling oil from its L53 Concession in Thailand, which are funding ongoing exploration work there.
Peter Epstein of Epstein Research examines the latest news from First Cobalt Corp., as well as the company's prospects for the future.
Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. announced the launch of its "Battery Revival Program" which will employ the firm's proprietary AI technology to swiftly analyze used batteries for reuse and repurposing.
The next step for Torchlight Energy's well at Hazel is flowback, which is to start next week.
Shares of Western Midstream Partners traded 23% higher after the company reported Q3/20 financial results that included a nearly 100% growth in net income. The firm also provided FY/21 guidance and announced a $250 million buyback program.
Shares of Altus Midstream Co. traded 170% higher after the firm reported Q3/20 financial results and announced plans to pay a quarterly dividend of $1.50 per share beginning in March 2021.