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US STOCKS-Solar companies fall on heavy volume

NEW YORK, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Shares of solar power companies were sharply lower on Monday, with the group dropping on heavy volume. Nearly all companies in the space were lower, with Vivint Solar Holdings Inc down 9.8 percent to $12.40 as one of the biggest percentage decliners on the New York Stock Exchange. The stock, which went public last ...

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Consol spinoff Cone Midstream Partners generates $385M in IPO

A down day on Wall Street could not deter investors on Thursday from trying to grab a piece of the shale oil and gas boom. Shares of Cone Midstream Partners, a spinoff formed by Cecil-based Consol Energy Inc. and Houston driller Noble Energy Inc., surged 38 percent in their market debut. The stock closed at $30.40, its high for the ...

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Vantage Energy plans to raise $601 million with public trading

Zach Koppang | Shale Plays Media The Centennial, Colorado-based company Vantage Energy Inc. has released the terms surrounding its planned initial public stock offering, according to a report by the Denver Business Journal. The company will try to sell 23,550,000 shares at prices of $24 to $27 per stock. The company is offering 15,700,000 shares of its common stock and ...

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Par Petroleum Corp. begins public trading on NYSE

John Deede | Shale Plays Media Google+ Houston-based Par Petroleum Corporation will begin trading common stock on the New York Stock Exchange today under the ticker symbol PARR. Par owns and operates in a variety of energy markets in the United States and intends the sale of stock to provide the capital needed for potential acquisitions and additional liquidity. CEO Will Monteleone ...

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