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Wed, 1st Apr 2015
The chief executive of Solo Oil (LON:SOLO) Neil Ritson says work in Tanzania is going well with...
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Wed, 1st Apr 2015
The chief executive of Solo Oil (LON:SOLO) Neil Ritson says work in Tanzania is going well with 95% of the work at the Kiliwani North and Songo Songo gas plants complete. Ritson expects to see physical gas sales start before the middle of the year which will bring in the first substantial revenues for the AIM-listed oil group. Ritson says he is on the look-out for other low-risk, small interest, unique opportunities in the region, with new projects in West Africa on the company’s radar.
Solo Oil chief says company may double stake when gas sales deal signed
Tue, 31st Mar 2015
Colin Miles, vice president of corporate relations at InternetQ (LON:INTQ), talks to Proactive Investors about how the smartphone boom has influenced the company’s final results. The mobile marketing specialist’s full-year figures showed a 27% rise in revenues to €132.4 and a small uptick in pre-tax profits to €9.3mln. Miles discusses InternetQ’s geographical footprint and how its acquisitions are now growing organically with the company.
InternetQ’s Miles discusses final results
Tue, 31st Mar 2015
The chief executive of Rose Petroleum (LON:ROSE) Matt Idiens insists there is still plenty to play for despite the ‘disappointing news’ that the conventional target at its Utah acreage was not deemed commercially viable. Idiens told Proactive Investors: ‘It certainly doesn’t take anything away from the potential upside in the Mancos which is where the primary focus and all our resources lie.’ He highlights the difference in size between the conventional and unconventional (shale) targets and says the result does not change its plans for the shale in any way.
Rose Petroleum CEO still upbeat despite missing out on conventional ‘bonus’
Tue, 31st Mar 2015
Mark Learmonth, the chief financial officer of Caledonia Mining (LON:CMCL, TSE:CAL), says he hopes 2014 was the low point in the company’s fortunes. ‘We’ve already started on the process of dealing with the issues that gave rise to the lower production,’ says Caledonia’s CFO on the new plan at the Blanket gold mine in Zimbabwe. Learmonth says it is a year the company is ‘happy to put behind us’ but he hopes the process of rebuilding is well underway. He says looking at new opportunities at the moment would be ‘too great a distraction’ for the company.
Caledonia Mining CFO hopes 2014 was ‘the low point in our fortunes’
Tue, 31st Mar 2015
Manuel Llobet, the chief executive of Allergy Therapeutics (LON:AGY), tells Proactive Investors the recent placing will allow the company to get its injectable anti-allergen treatment back on track for launch in the US by 2019. The company has been successfully marketing its Pollinex Quatro Grass hay fever treatment in Europe for some time, but Manuel Llobet remains confident that Allergy is now well placed to move into the US$2 billion US market. The cash call will fund a number of other investigations, including a further phase III efficacy trial.
Allergy Therapeutics chief explains importance of £20mln fundraise
Mon, 30th Mar 2015
Ortac (LON:OTC) CEO Vassilios Carellas tells Proactiveinvestors why he has invested in a small-scale mining project in Zambia with the potential to grow. "We were fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time" he said, adding that he expects to have a clearer vision of the scope and earnings potential of the project in the next two or three months. Carellas also talks about progress at other projects including in Eritrea where they have completed the drilling programme and shipped off samples for test work, and says they are still working away in Slovakia, developing their cyanide-free process for gold and silver.
Ortac CEO Carellas says Zambia deal is opportunistic and fortuitous
Mon, 30th Mar 2015
Windar Photonics (LON:WPHO) CEO Martin Rambusch tells Proactiveinvestors that it has been a busy time."It has been a fantastic year for the company; we have been growing, we have been fundraising we we have been employing, we have been setting up around the world so we are ready to go in 2015... next year is going to be a very big year for us". The Danish company has headquarters in London with offices in Madrid, Hamburg and Toronto with a presence too in the US, China and Brazil. Rambusch says the strategy is to "think big" internationally and follow the wind-turbine industry globally.
Windar Photonics CEO: Next year will be 'really big' for us
Mon, 30th Mar 2015
Arian Silver (LON:AGQ) CEO Jim Williams tells Proactiveinvestors that the company has reached a milestone at its wholly-owned San José project and expects full production there within 12 months. The company has produced its first silver-lead concentrate from the recently constructed processing plant and has started the commissioning of the zinc flotation circuit. "We are going to be making money" Williams said. On margins, he said "at $14 per ounce you are treading water: personally I don't see silver falling down, I see silver rising up going forward".
Arian Silver CEO: banking on silver price going up
Mon, 30th Mar 2015
Ronald Duncan, the chairman of cloudBuy (LON:CBUY), says the e-procurement group has not yet recognised the heavy investment made this year, which is reflected in its full-year results. The company’s financial figures for 2014 show a 29% decline in turnover to £2.1mln and a wider pre-tax loss of £4.6mln. However, Duncan insists there is a big step-change upwards coming in the revenues as new projects launch. Hong Kong, Singapore and India are three big marketplaces where cloudBuy is launching shortly, Duncan adds.
CloudBuy chairman expects ‘big step-change upwards’ in revenues
Fri, 27th Mar 2015
Jan Nelson, the chief executive of Xtract Resources (LON:XTR), talks investors through the road ahead for the AIM-listed mining group’s new copper tailings project in South Africa, including a bankable feasibility study and subsequent debt financing. Xtract has taken out an option over two copper tailings dumps and is looking at acquiring five more. The option will see Mineral Technologies International assign to Xtract the Slime Dumps Agreement it signed with O'Kiep Copper. Xtract then has a seven month window for due diligence before it has to decide if processing the material is economically viable. Nelson also discusses the progress at its Chilean copper/gold mine, Chepica, where he expects a profit of around US$500,000 ‘within the next three months’.
Xtract Resources chief discusses new South African copper project
Fri, 27th Mar 2015
Bill Westwater, the chief executive officer of Xeros Technology Group (LON:XSG), says the AIM-listed company’s environmentally friendly washing machines are already a hit with the hotel industry. Speaking exclusively to Proactive Investors, Westwater says the company is aiming to turn a profit in the next couple of years and explains why Xeros is focusing on the US market more than everywhere else. The group, whose machines use a novel technology involving polymer beads, already counts four out of the top five hotel chains as customers. He adds that following last year’s AIM float, Xeros is a ‘very well-funded company at this stage of the game’.
Xeros Technology CEO: Great traction already in hotel industry
Fri, 27th Mar 2015
Traders Own is something of a blueprint for the future of crowdfunding, according to Alan Green, who runs the share dealing and crowdfunding website. Green believes the platform addresses the concerns expressed by City watchdog, the FCA, about some of the platforms out there. He discusses possible funding routes for the business, as well as the exit strategy further down the line. Green explains what happens when a company’s funding doesn’t complete and the due diligence carried out on the investors that use the website.
Alan Green says Traders Own is ‘blueprint for future of crowdfunding’