Camber Energy, Inc. (CEI) is the major provider of exclusive energy & power solutions to commercial and industrial customers as it is a growth-adapted diversified energy enterprise. Its subsidiary also holds a proprietary license for a carbon-capture system in Canada.
CEI stock price in the regular trading on March 11, 2022, with a drop of 14.2% was $0.91. Its price further plunged by 13.82% at the last check of the premarket session of March 14, 2022.
CEI: Events and Happenings
On March 11, 2022, CEI reported that it redeemed 2,636 preferred stock shares on March 10. These shares were earlier issued on December 31, 2021, by the company in terms of a $100 million financing obligation from an investor. On February 17, 2022, CEI updated that its subsidiary had acquired 51% interest in units that own the intellectual rights to exclusive Electric Transmission and Distribution Open Conductor Detection Platforms. It is used for the detection of the breakage in transmission or distribution line, and timely close the power to the line.
On February 15, 2022, CEI announced the acquisition of 51% interest in two units that possess the intellectual rights to exclusive Electric Transmission and Distribution Open Conductor Detection Platforms by its majority-owned subsidiary. The acquisition price was approximately $21 million with $5million payable in shares on closing.
CEI: Key Financials
On December 18, 2020, CEI released its financial report for the second quarter of 2021 ended September 30, 2020. Some important features are mentioned here.
Total revenues in Q2 2021 were $0.05 million against $0.09 million for the same period of 2019.
Basic and diluted net loss per share in Q2 2021 was $2.05 million or $0.19 corresponding to $0.27 million or $4.4 in the same quarter of 2019.
CEI stock is 2% up year-to-date and 41% down the past six months. Its stock is plunging in Monday’s premarket session as the company updated on the redemption of its preferred shares. The management of the company stated the redemption process as providing it with optionality.