Deltic Energy (formerly Cluff Natural Resources) and Chris Bailey on easyJet, Royal Mail & Auto Trader
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
11:54, 25th June 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Deltic Energy (formerly Cluff Natural Resources) and Chris Bailey on easyJet, Royal Mail & Auto Trader

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Graham Swindells, Chief Executive Officer of Deltic Energy (DELT) FOLLOW explains why they've changed their name from Cluff Natural Resources and also provides a general update.

Deltic Energy Plc is a London based oil and gas exploration business investing in the UK’s proven hydrocarbon provinces where it currently holds significant equity positions in a number of highly prospective licences in the Southern and Central North Sea.


Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers news from the following companies:

easyJet (EZJ) FOLLOW

Royal Mail (RMG) FOLLOW

Auto Trader (AUTO) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 7 minutes 56 seconds)    

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