* Q2 loss C$0.18/shr vs EPS C$0.26 year-ago
* Q2 rev up 74 pct
Aug 5 (Reuters) - Superior Plus Corp (SPB.TO) reported a second-quarter loss, partly hurt by seasonal losses at its energy services segment, and cut its full-year 2010 adjusted cash flow from operations view.
Superior, whose services span from energy to specialty chemicals, now expects 2010 adjusted cash flow from operations at C$1.50 a share to C$1.65 a share, from its prior view of C$1.75 to C$1.95 per share.
For the second quarter, the company posted a net loss of C$18.6 million, or 18 Canadian cents a share, compared with a net income of C$23.4 million, or 26 Canadian cents a share, a year ago.
Revenue rose 74 percent to C$788.4 million.
Analysts on average were expecting a loss of 1 Canadian cent a share, on revenue of C$723.7 million, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
The Energy Services business was negatively impacted by reduced heating volumes and sales margins due principally to the impact of weather and ongoing competitive pressures, the company said in a statement. Average sales margins were impacted by warmer-than-normal weather in both Canada and the northeastern United States.
Adjusted operating cash flow fell 76 percent to 5 Canadian cents per share.
Shares of the Calgary, Alberta-based company closed at C$13.49 Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange. (Reporting by NR Sethuraman in Bangalore; Editing by Unnikrishnan Nair)