NEW YORK, Dec. 15, 2006, – In the week ended Dec. 15, 2006, seven new listings joined the roster of NYSE-listed companies.
On Dec. 12, Red Hat, Inc. the world's leading open source and Linux provider, began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol RHT . Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, the company joined the NYSE as the eleventh Nasdaq transfer year-to-date.
DCT Industrial Trust Inc. began trading on the NYSE on Dec. 13 under the ticker symbol DCT . Headquartered in Denver, Colorado the company began trading as an initial public offering. The company raised $199.7 million in its initial public offering.
Atlas Energy Resources, LLC, a limited liability company focused on the development and production of natural gas and, to a lesser extent, oil principally in the Appalachian Basin, began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol ATN . Headquartered in Moon Township, PA, in the company celebrated its initial public offering, on Dec. 13. The company raised $132.8 million its initial public offering.
Teekay Offshore Partners L.P., an international provider of marine transportation and storage services to the offshore oil industry, the company began trading as an initial public offer on Dec. 14. Headquartered in Marshall Islands, the company began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol TOO . The company raised $147 million its initial public offering.
On Dec. 14, Genesis Lease Limited began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol GLS . Headquartered in Limerick, Ireland, the company joined the Exchange as an initial public offering. The company raised $641 million its initial public offering.
Cal Dive International, Inc. began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol DVR . Headquartered in Houston, TX, Cal Dive International is a marine contractor providing manned diving, pipelay and pipeburial services to the offshore oil and natural gas industry on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf, Singapore, Australia, Dubai, the Middle East and Trinidad. The company began trading as an initial public offering on Dec. 14. The company raised $288.25 million its initial public offering.
On Dec. 14, Spectra Energy Corp. began trading on the NYSE on a when issued basis under the ticker symbol SE-WI . Headquartered in Houston, TX, the company joined the Exchange as a spin-off from NYSE-listed Duke Energy Corporation (“DUK”).
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