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Reclamation Announces Decision on Salt Wells Geothermal
The U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation issued the following news release:
The Bureau of Reclamation has signed a Record of Decision for the Final Environmental Impact Statement on the impacts of issuing a 20-year license authorizing a 22 mile overhead 230kV electric transmission line and a 2.5 mile buried fiber optic line as part of the Salt Wells Geothermal Project. It is Reclamation's decision to implement the Preferred Alternative (#3) as described in the Final Environmental Impact Statement.Reclamation and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) received applications for electric transmission from Sierra Pacific Power Company. BLM also received two separate geothermal utilization plans and applications permits from Ormat Technologies, Inc., and Vulcan Power Company. Together the three projects are referred to as the Salt Wells Energy Projects. The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) was prepared by BLM, pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act. As a cooperative agency, Reclamation used this EIS for its analysis of the overhead transmission line and buried fiber optic line that cross Reclamation managed lands and features.The Project Area is located in the Salt Wells area of Nevada, southeast of Fallon, in Churchill County. The proposed transmission line and fiber optic line would be sited on a combination of private property, public land managed by the BLM and Newlands Project lands managed by Reclamation.
Manhattan Bridge Capital hits year-low 4th time in one month
Trailing one week: the stock fell three times (60% of the time) and rose twice (40% of the time). The aggregate volume was 0.6 times average trading of 31,200 shares. The value of US$1,000 invested a week ago is US$904 [vs US$1,008 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital loss of US$96(or loss of 9.6%).Trailing one month: the stock fell eight times (38% of the time), was untraded eight times (38% of the time), rose four times (19% of the time) and was unchanged once (5% of the time). The aggregate volume was 0.5 times average trading of 137,280 shares. The value of US$1,000 invested a month ago is US$787 [vs US$1,019 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital loss of US$213(or loss of 21.3%).Trailing one year: the value of US$1,000 invested one year ago is US$644 [vs US$1,017 for the NASDAQ-100 index], for a capital loss of US$356. The total return to shareholders for 1 year is -35.6%.Trailing five years: the value of US$1,000 invested five years ago is US$538, for a capital loss of US$462.The present value of US$1000 invested at a previous date is shown below:$1000 1-week 1-month 1-year LOAN 904 787 644 Fiber Optics 1,024 909 552 NASDAQ-100 1,008 1,019 1,017.Quarterly Report; year-on-year comparisons with previous corresponding period:In the quarter to September 30, 2011 total revenue was up 14.7% to US$351,000; net profit growth 70.2% to US$97,000; EPS of 3.0c.Annual Report for the year ended December 31, 2010 (year-on-year comparisons with previous corresponding period)-Interest cover of 20.0; EBIT Margin of 47.2%; total liabilities to EBITDA of 1.9: this compares favourably with the Joseph Piotroski benchmark of <5; EBIT to total assets of 6.4%.Favourable Changes: total revenue up 16.4% to $US1.2m; net profit growth 35.5% to $US319,464; EPS growth 28.6% to 9.0 U.S. cents; Net tangible assets per share up 4.5% to $US2.34; total revenue to total assets up 2.3% to 0.1.Unfavourable Changes: current ratio down 37.1% to 14.1; Working capital to total assets down 3.7% to 90.5%.Major Common Size Ratios: total current assets to total assets down from 98.4% to 97.4%; cash to total assets down from 14.3% to 4.3%; long term investments to total assets down from 1.3% to 1.1%; interest revenue to revenues up from 80.8% to 82.1%; Administration expenses to Revenues down from 64.8% to 64.7%.
NI Technology Updates Outlooks for FormFactor, Towerstream, Finisar, JDS Uniphase and Applied Materials
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