Shares in Parkmead Group, the Aberdeen energy firm run by entrepreneur Tom Cross, skyrocketed by more than one-fifth after its latest annual results.
Parkmead Group (LON: PMG) is toasting a set of “excellent” full year results, with bumper oil and gas prices driving the firm to record takings.
A 250% surge in the price of power has delivered a cash boost to Parkmead Group (LON: PMG) at its wind farm in Aberdeenshire.
Parkmead Group (AIM: PMG) has reported a year of stellar performance from its shares in Dutch gas assets as it plans further drilling later in the year.
Aberdeen oil firm Parkmead Group (LON: PMG) has acquired an onshore wind business for £3.3 million.
Parkmead Group has taken a £10.9million impairment after handing back the licences for the Platypus project in the North Sea.
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Aberdeen-headquartered Parkmead Group has agreed a €565,000 (£485K) deal to boost its holding in several onshore gas fields in the Netherlands.
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Bosses at Parkmead Group said today they were "working intensively" on acquisitions to beef up the firm's portfolio.
North Sea oil and gas entrepreneur Tom Cross had lots of reasons to cheer Parkmead Group’s latest results after a string of progress markers.
Parkmead Group is looking beyond traditional oil and gas activities for new acquisition opportunities, chief executive Tom Cross has revealed.
Parkmead Group boss Tom Cross said yesterday an increase in gas production from Dutch assets amid a severe industry downturn was “an outstanding achievement” by the Aberdeen firm.
Parkmead Group has moved out of the red and into the black.
North Sea entrepreneur Tom Cross said yesterday he would “certainly be interested” in exploration and production assets currently owned by France’s Engie.
A significant reduction in operating costs helped Parkmead group reduce its post tax loss to £4.8million, compared with £14.9million in 2014.