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Green Dragon Gas (GDG.LON) published FY16 results on April 27th. We are encouraged by the 5.6% production increase y-o-y, which although 8% lower than our expectation, demonstrates the positive impact of the improved compression at the wellhead in the GSS block. We believe that the drilling of 147 new wells in GCZ,...
Plastics Capital (PLA.LON) has published a trading update for the financial year ended March 2017, ahead of full results expected at the start of July. We believe the statement confirms that company will report solid earnings growth y/o/y and strong progress in the overall business plan.
Capital Network's oil and gas analyst Lionel Therond talks through Green Dragon Gas Ltd's (LON:GDG) full year 2016 results.
''In terms of production, I'm very encouraged by the performance'', Therond says
SDX Energy (SDX.LON) is an oil and gas exploration and production company with assets in Morocco and Egypt. Born out of the merger between Canadian companies Sea Dragon Energy and Madison PetroGas in late 2015, SDX Energy (SDX.LON) was listed on the AIM market in London in May 2016. A solid production base, positive...
Judges Scientific (JDG.LON) stands out as a unique player of consolidating scientific instruments market. With its extensive merger history over the past 10 years and combined expertise of highly experienced management teams at both the parent and subsidiaries, the long-term growth outlook for the company appears intact...
Lionel Therond, Capital Network's Oil & Gas analyst gives his view on the news that Green Dragon Gas Ltd's (LON:GDG) development plan for the Qinshui Basin Chengzhuang Cooperative CBM Block (GCZ) has been approved by the Consultation Center of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).
Quadrise Fuels International Plc (QFI.LON) (“Quadrise”) is a London (AIM) listed company engaged in the manufacture and marketing of a low viscosity oil-in-water emulsion fuel (MSAR®) for use as a synthetic, low-cost and environmentally friendlier substitute for conventional heavy fuel oil, in power generation and marine...
On April 3rd Avacta (AVCT.LON) released the results of a pre-clinical study showing that Affimers have an immunogenicity profile comparable to widely used biotech drugs. This leaves Avacta (AVCT.LON) on track to move their immuno-oncology therapeutic Affimer into the clinic by 2019.
Capital Network's Healthcare Analyst Riccardo Lowi gives his view on Redx Pharma Plc (LON:REDX).
''The reason it's a particularly exciting time for the company is because they're moving their two lead candidates into the clinical stage, it's the first time they're moving a drug candidate into human trials'',...
Charles Taylor (CTR.LON) is a global provider of professional services to clients across the insurance sector. In addition to providing the traditional services of insurance management, loss adjusting and claims services, it is at the forefront of exciting new developments in “insurtech”. Charles Taylor...
Harvest Minerals (HMI.LON) is a London AIM listed fertiliser project developer, with assets located in Brazil. Following a recent downwards move in the share price (perhaps as a result of profit taking), the cash flow metrics for Harvest Minerals appear highly compelling.