By midmorning Tuesday, shares had taken off 8.5% to $1.48. Trading volume was comparatively low at 1.85 million compared to its three-month daily average of 4.5 million.
The company remains 238.7% higher since the beginning of the year as the company rallied on news it had been awarded a series of contracts for demolition projects.
The hydrogen fuel producer closed 20% higher on Monday after announcing it had signed an expanded joint venture agreement with Future Energy of Australia.
The partnership will see the companies each owning a 50% stake in a newly-formed corporation with the aim of developing and commercializing the "co-combustion of MagneGas fuels with hydrocarbon fuels to reduce emission and increase energy," according to a statement.
The new agreement will include working with MagneGas and diesel, heavy oil, aviation fuels, and liquid petroleum gas.