Headlines from the Proactive UK newsroom.
Touchstone Exploration (LON:TXP) has seen very strong gas flows from tests of its Coho-1 well in Trinidad. Final test results showed a maximum flow rate of around 7,700 barrels per day equivalent, which ‘greatly exceeded the company’s expectations.
Integumen (LON:SKIN) and Parity (LON:PTY) have signed a three year framework agreement that will see the two roll out mobile, data and business tools to 150 NHS and other public sector customers. Recurring revenues will be shared by the two companies.
Security and technology group Westminster (LON:WSG) expects to report a significant increase in revenues over the previous year. Growth will be in double-digits leading to a much improved underlying profit or EBITDA.
Donald Trump has been impeached by the US House of Representatives after allegations he abused his power and obstructed Congress. He is the third US president to be impeached and will now face a trial in the upper house.
Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) is parting company with both its chief executive and CFO of merchant bank arm Natwest Markets. CEO Chris Marks and CFO Richard Place will stay on until June and March respectively.
PureTech Health (LON:PRTC) affiliate Follica has reported good indications of renewed hair growth in a safety and efficacy trial of a device for male pattern baldness. Its chief scientific officer says The Follica data demonstrates strong promise.