August 14, 2018 - KLR Energy Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:ROSE) has filed a financial statement reporting Common Shares Outstanding of $6,542,368 USD. Previously, on May 15, 2018, KLR Energy Acquisition Corp. reported Common Shares Outstanding of $6,428,008 USD. This represents a change of 1.78% in Common Shares Outstanding.
Other Interesting ChartsAllocated Share Based Compensation Expense - Asset Retirement Obligation Accretion Expense - Current Federal State And Local Tax Expense Benefit - Current State And Local Tax Expense Benefit - Deferred Federal Income Tax Expense Benefit - Deferred Federal State And Local Tax Expense Benefit - Deferred Income Tax Expense Benefit - Deferred State And Local Income Tax Expense Benefit - Deferred Tax Assets Tax Deferred Expense Compensation And Benefits - Exploration Expense - General And Administrative Expense - Income Tax Expense Benefit - Income Tax Reconciliation Income Tax Expense Benefit At Federal Statutory Income Tax Rate - Income Tax Reconciliation Nondeductible Expense - Increase Decrease In Prepaid Deferred Expense And Other Assets - Interest Expense - Lease And Rental Expense - Lease Operating Expense - Natural Gas Production Revenue - Nonoperating Income Expense - Oil And Condensate Revenue - Oil And Gas Sales Revenue - Operating Expenses - Other Nonoperating Income Expense - Prepaid Expense And Other Assets Current - Production Tax Expense - Sales Revenue Net - Tax Cutsand Jobs Actof2017 Income Tax Expense Benefit -
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