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Energy Fuels Announces Q3-2020 Results; Debt-Free with Strong Working Capital; Advancement of Uranium &...
LAKEWOOD, Colo., Oct. 30, 2020 /CNW/ - Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE American: UUUU) (TSX: EFR) ("Energy Fuels" or the "Company") today reported its financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2020. The Company's...
ATLANTA, Oct. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia Power continues restoration efforts and has already restored electric service to nearly 741,000 customers following Hurricane Zeta. As of 7 p.m. Friday, approximately 129,000 customers are without power across Georgia. The company is working as safely and quickly as possible to restore power to customers. Based on the impact of Hurricane Zeta across the Southeast and other storm activity in the country, the availability of additional resources from other utilities to assist with restoration efforts in Georgia is limited. The company will continue updating regional restoration estimates as often as possible and as additional resources from other utilities are secured. Currently, the company has secured resources from 14 states to support restoration efforts. Damage from Hurricane Zeta is widespread and covering the northern half of the state and is similar to the damage seen after Hurricane Michael in 2018. As Hurricane Zeta crossed through the state, Georgia Power's service territory experienced wind gusts of up to 75 mph for more than two hours, along with sustained winds of 25-40 mph for more than five hours straight. Teams continue experiencing challenges including downed trees and roads blocked that must be cleared to enter certain
A man shows AirPods Pro at an Apple store on East Nanjing Road on October 30, 2019 in Shanghai, China. Apple's new AirPods Pro with active noise cancellation are on sale on October 30 in China. Wang Gang | VCG | Getty Images Apple said on Friday that it's replacing AirPods Pro headphones that have sound problems. These problems include a static or crackling sound that increases in loud environments and issues with active noise cancellation. Apple said AirPod Pros made after October 2020 don't have the issue. Owners who experience problems can contact Apple online or make an appointment at an Apple store to get their AirPods Pro replaced for free. Only devices that are confirmed to have the issue will be replaced. The replacement only applies to the buds, not the charging case. Apple's not offering a similar program for other AirPod models. Crackling problems with AirPod Pros were reported by users earlier this year. In May, Apple issued support documents on its website with troubleshooting advice for the issue. It was replacing those units under warranty. Apple's AirPods are a popular line of wireless
CALGARY, AB, Oct. 30, 2020 /CNW/ - Journey Energy Inc. (TSX: JOY) (OTCQX: JRNGF) ("Journey" or the "Company") is very pleased to announce the closing of an agreement for the settlement of its syndicated bank borrowings. Journey has secured a $38 million term-debt facility from its major shareholder, Alberta Investment Management Corporation ("AIMCo"), to fund the settlement of its $75 million credit facility with its syndicate of first-lien lenders. In addition to the initial $38 million payment to the banking syndicate, Journey will also be contingently liable to pay the syndicate a maximum of $5.75 million over a three-year period with any payments made tied to various levels of mixed, sweet, blended oil prices at the Edmonton, Alberta hub ("MSW") as reported by Natural Resources Canada. The maximum payment for 2021 is capped at $750 thousand; for 2022 the cap is $2.25 million and for 2023 there is no maximum except for the overall, aggregate maximum of $5.75 million. In all three years, there are graduated payments between zero and the capped maximum based on average MSW prices for the respective year. The intent is to have no payments if MSW prices are below $50/bbl, while maximum payments will occur