December 21, 2012
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
in accounts receivable as of
October 31, 2012
. RVPlus is projected to see
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
to supply green technologies chains that enable the environment, agriculture, climate change and economy in the Republic of
over the next ten years. The company also has a quarterly report filed in
showing a material agreement with foreign federal government that will generate
in sales over the next year alone.
Halliburton Industries (NYSE: HAL) recently acquired a major shareholder who calls himself
T. Boone Pickens
. Down from
per share, the seasoned investor waited until the third quarter to accumulate over 150,000 shares in the
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.