Category: Energy and Resources

Renewable Energy Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy celebrating Series A funding for Sierra Energy Corporation. The funding is earmarked for the development and commercialization of technology that converts waste into clean, renewable energy.

(9ALJ540)
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Financial tombstone marking Series A financing for Davis, California-based Sierra Energy. The funds were provided for the development and commercialization of technology that converts waste into renewable energy without burning.

Water Technology Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy commemorating the sale by Evoqua Water Technologies of Memcor to DuPont. Australia-based Memcor provides membranes and systems for municipal water systems.

(9AJH179)
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Farm-Themed Financial Tombstone

Crystal financial tombstone, incorporating a tractor and farm wind mill, marking an acquisition by Canadian fertilizer company Nutrien. Nutrien acquired Australian agricultural company Ruralco.

(9ALJ455)
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Claw Crane-Themed Deal Toy

Custom crystal deal toy commemorating the acquisition of Versatile Processing Group. The metal recycling firm is based in Dallas, Texas. .

(9AKL642)
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Mining-Themed Crystal Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy commemorating an entitlement offer to shareholders by Panoramic Resources, an Australian base metal mining and exploration company.

(9AKL671)
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Back view of financial tombstone marking an entitlement offer to shareholders by Panoramic Resources. The Western Australian mining company specializes in nickel, copper, and cobalt sulphide projects.

Logo-Themed Information Technology Tombstone

Custom Lucite tombstone marking the acquisition of Red Dog Systems, an IT  (information technology) company focused on the energy industry. The firm is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

(9ALJ453)
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Offshore Oil Rig-Themed Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy commemorating a U.S. dollar bond issue by oil firm OKEA, based in Norway.

(9LJW306)
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Back view of deal tombstone celebrating a successful USD bond issue by Norwegian oil firm OKEA.