What’s going on with the Pure Hydrogen share price on Friday?

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A man rests his chin in his hands, pondering what is the answer?

The Pure Hydrogen Corporation (ASX: PH2) share price is out of form on Friday.

In morning trade, the clean energy company’s shares are down 9% to 28 cents.

What’s going on with the Pure Hydrogen share price?

Investors have been selling down the Pure Hydrogen share price today despite the company’s capital reorganisation taking shape.

At the end of last month, the company ceased to be a foreign registered company and became an Australian registered company.

In light of this, a capital reorganisation was undertaken, which saw the company’s chess depository interests (CDIs) cancelled on Thursday night. The fully paid ordinary class shares that were underlying these CDIs have now been distributed on a 1:1 basis.

However, with the process ongoing, Pure Hydrogen’s shares will be trading on a deferred settlement basis for a period of time. This is why you may see the PH2DD ticker code trading today.

Normal trading under the PH2 ticker code is expected to commence on 8 August. After which, on 10 August, the settlement of on market trades that were conducted on a deferred settlement basis will finally take place.

What is Pure Hydrogen?

Pure Hydrogen is a clean energy company with a collection of hydrogen, gas and mobility businesses and a strategic interest in H2X Global.

The Company has five hydrogen projects under development and three gas projects. These include Windorah Gas Project in the Cooper Basin, Australia’s most prolific onshore producing petroleum basin, Project Venus CSG in the Surat Basin in Queensland, and the Serowe Project CSG in Botswana.

It also owns a 19.99% stake in the recently listed Botala Energy Ltd (ASX: BTE), which is a coal bed methane explorer.

The post What’s going on with the Pure Hydrogen share price on Friday? appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia.

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