Oliver Haill has been writing about companies and markets for more than a decade and a half. In recent years he has been freelancing, with contracts at the Financial Times Group, ITV, Press Association, Reuters sports desk, Gracenote Sports, Bullbearings and latterly as managing editor at the Sharecast newswire. He cut his teeth as a financial journalist at Growth Company Investor not long after the dotcom bubble burst, focusing on AIM companies and other small caps, a few years later becoming head of research.
Company has production and exploration interests in shale licences in the US and Australia
The fuel cell developer is placing itself at the forefront of the growing hydrogen power market, forecast to be worth around US$2.5trn by 2050
Oil major guides to total dividends and share buy-backs of US$125bn “or more” between 2021 and 2025
Grace Jones' Slave to the Rhythm might well have been about the pressure of a progressive dividend policy: 'Build on up, don't break the chain; Sparks will fly when the whistle blows'
Of the funds, £2.56mln is via a placing and the rest via an agreement where two investors will buy shares and then pay back the company the profits from selling the shares
The Irish government argued the bill would not reduce Ireland’s carbon emissions but rather ensure that almost all its fossil fuels would be imported until it moved to a low-carbon economy
The Republic of Congo developer has secured £8.25mln of funding to re-enter the TLP-103C well at the Tilapia field
The 2017 acquisition of Strawn oilfield was a "small but important" stepping stone in the company's US business plan