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December 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
EmergingGrowth.com, a leading digital financial media company, Reports on RVPlus, Inc. (OTCBB: RVPL), Emerging Growth in Clean Technologies. Also discussed; Halliburton Industries, (NYSE: HAL), Baker Huges (NYSE: BHI), Shulmberger Ltd (NYSE: SLB), Weatherford International (NYSE: WFT) and C&J Energy Services (NASDAQ: CJES).
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RVPlus, Inc. (OTCBB: RVPL), through its subsidiaries, operates as a corporate interface for universal clean technologies that are sustainable, reduce carbon emissions, and are energy-efficient in residential homes, commercial buildings, and transportation.
Today, the company filed its 10Q, which showed among other things
$8.66 million in accounts receivable as of
October 31, 2012. RVPlus is projected to see
$275 million in sales over the next year due to purchase agreements with foreign government parties.
Cary Lee Peterson, Chairman-CEO comments, "The company and ECCO2 business model have made significant transitions for the better since starting a few years ago. 2012 has been a tremendous year for ECCO2 Tech and with dozens of new alliances with UN Parties and NGOs I anticipate an extraordinary outcome once the business model takes full sail this next year."
RVPlus, the holding company of ECCO2 Tech recently announced that ECCO2 has entered a material agreement for
$90 million to supply green technologies chains that enable the environment, agriculture, climate change and economy in the Republic of
Haiti over the next ten years. The company also has a quarterly report filed in
October 2012 showing a material agreement with foreign federal government that will generate
$250 million in sales over the next year alone.
Halliburton Industries (NYSE: HAL) recently acquired a major shareholder who calls himself
T. Boone Pickens. Down from
$57.00 per share, the seasoned investor waited until the third quarter to accumulate over 150,000 shares in the
$30.00 range. Skeptical if the stock has the "energy" to keep going, we'll keep it on our radar.
Baker Hughes (NYSE: BHI) recently cut its guidance for the quarter as international markets may warrant a slow down in sales to its customers. Schlumberger Ltd (NYSE: SLB) also lowered its guidance last week, which could lead to confirm the slow down in the industry.