Utilitywise (LON:UTW), which arranges energy and water for businesses, traded in line with forecasts in the first half, with continued revenue growth from the UK and European arms.
The company said “significant momentum has been achieved” in the past six months, particularly in the enterprise division, with the gross order book growing by £40mln in the six months to January 31.
The revenue pipeline, meanwhile, was £24.7mln.
This morning, Solo Oil (LON:SOLO) said the initial flow rate had been maintained for a second day from the Horse Hill discovery well.
“Two further intervals are yet to be tested and we look forward to further news in the coming days” said chairman Neil Ritson.
Meanwhile, Savannah Petroleum (LON:SAVP) has told investors that framework contracts have now been signed for planned seismic exploration programmes in Niger.
Contractor BGP Niger SARL will now provide 2D and 3D land seismic acquisition services for Savannah’s licence areas in South East Niger.
Resources investment group Metal Tiger (LON:MTR) has commenced drilling at the Kalahari copper belt joint venture in Botswana.
The first phase will target T4 with five others, where there has been no or minimal drilling to date, to be drilled as the project progresses.
Additionally, Metminco (LON:MNC) has started to drill the TD2 Target at its Los Calatos copper deposit in southern Peru.
Surface mapping identified the presence of copper oxides that soil samples indicated was a well-developed copper anomaly similar in character to Los Calatos.
Results from metallurgical test work at Kibo Mining's (LON:KIBO) Mbeya coal resource have increased management's confidence in the coal-to-power project in Tanzania.
All the consulting experts concluded that the coal metallurgy and quality was suitable for use in a fluidised bed coal power station.
Summit Therapeutics (LON:SUMM) is to take part in one-on-one meetings at the SunTrust Robinson Humphrey’s 2016 Orphan Drug Day in New York at the end of the month.
After 18 months in development, Mirada (LON:MIRA) has commercially launched its over-the-top (OTT) content solution for izzi Telecom in Mexico.
NetScientific (LON:NSCI) has added some heavyweight medical and commercialisation expertise to its board with the appointment of Professor Stephen Smith as a non-executive director.
Professor Smith has had a long and distinguished career as a clinician scientist, head of department, dean and chief executive officer with the Medical Research Council.
And finally, Obtala Resources (LON:OBT) has received a US$3mln investment into its Mozambique forestry business from three specialist timber investors.
As a result of the investment, Obtala has postponed plans to spin off Argento, its forestry arm.