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Fri, 17th Apr 2015
Mark Learmonth, the CFO of Caledonia Mining, (LON:CMCL) tells Proactiveinvestors that he expects...
Fri, 17th Apr 2015
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Fri, 17th Apr 2015
Mark Learmonth, the CFO of Caledonia Mining, (LON:CMCL) tells Proactiveinvestors that he expects to see increased earnings for 2015 coming through because of their increased focus on cost reduction. Furthermore he expects the tax leakage will be lower because of the level of investment in their mining operation in Zimbabwe. Work has also begun on the sinking he central shaft at its Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe, which will eventually be over 1 kilometre deep. The majority of this work will be funded by future mining cash flows and Learmonth believes, that if the gold price remains stable, the company won't have to dip into its cash pile. Caledonia is due to give a more detailed Q1 update in May.
Caledonia Mining production 'bang on target' for start of 2015
Thu, 16th Apr 2015
Richard Edwards, executive vice chairman of Anpario (LON:ANP), tells Proactive Investors that in addition to the UK, the US, Latin American and Chinese agricultural markets are being targeted for its high performance natural feed additives. The company has just won its first major supply contract with Tyson of the US which is the largest meat producer in the world. It's also focusing on 10,000 sow farms in China and waiting for an operating licence to be granted in Brazil. Edwards says the company has a very strong balance sheet with approximately £7mln in the bank which it wants to 'invest wisely'.
Anpario sees 'big opportunities' in the US, China and Brazil
Thu, 16th Apr 2015
Graham Lumsden, chief executive of Motif Bio (LON:MTFB), tells Proactive Investors he is confident about the path forward for Iclaprim. After a 'collaborative meeting' with the FDA, the American regulator gave the biopharmaceutical company the green light to begin phase 111 clinical trials on its next-generation antibiotic. Lumsden is now putting together a strategic business development plan looking at appropriate partners for one or both of the clinical trials to bring in upfront payments and satisfy funding requirements for the trials.
Motif Bio confident about partner interest in Iclaprim
Wed, 15th Apr 2015
Madagascar Oil (LON:MOIL) CEO Robert Estill tells Proactiveinvestors that there are potentially fifty years of development ahead at their Tsimiroro field, once the Madagascan government endorse the explorer’s heavy-oil development plan. “As long as we continue to develop the asset and develop it profitably then it is a long-term return that investors can take advantage of,” he said. Estill said the company looks to produce tens of thousands of barrels of heavy oil and that since the local market can only support so much, the long-term plan will be to export to international markets. Then the company will look to striking strategic partnerships. Estill says that while Madagascar Oil does have a certain level of expertise, they do need additional support including drilling, a pipeline capacity and facilities capabilities.
Madagascar Oil CEO looking for strategic partners to realise long-term export plan
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
Stratmin Global Resources’ (LON:STGR) Director Manoli Yannaghas tells Proactiveinvestors that March production volumes were significantly up on the February numbers, thanks to increased efficiency on-site. “We are getting better at it basically – we understand the machinery more, we understand the finer points of graphite production – it is all about the detail”, he said. Yannaghas says the Madagascar-based graphite production and exploration company has been moving forward in the right direction consistently all this year and the latter part of last year .”We have demonstrated for the first time that this company is starting to do something: we produce, we are beginning to produce in volume, we will increase our grade, we sell, we have income, we are doing all the things we said we are doing “ he said.
Stratmin Global Resources boss: we’re getting into our groove
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
Enegi Oil (LON:ENEG) Chief Executive Alan Minty tells Proactiveinvestors about the oil and gas group’s focus on reducing the costs of onshore projects and exploiting some of the less economic oil and gas discoveries off the coast of the UK. He says that despite initially thinking the low oil price would be a hindrance to their marginal field programme, it has in fact created opportunity. “We can develop marginal fields, economically, at the current oil price,” he said. Minty said linking up with big industry players like shipping company Braemar and remote-control specialist Kongsberg will help take the marginal field initiative to the next stage of its development. “Kongsberg are renowned for their control systems, automations and process so consequently will aid us enormously in reducing the op-ex side… Braemar, they bring a plethora of contacts and opportunities” he said.
Enegi Oil CEO: marginal field initiative to generate considerable benefits to UK economy
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
Golden Saint Resources (LON:GSR) executive chairman Cyril D’Silva tells Proactiveinvestors that having been granted the licences for bulk sampling in Tongo, Moa and Baja they can move on to the next stage in the exploration game. "It is full steam ahead on all three licences now" he said. D'Silva is looking forward to growing inventory in the diamond club and that the company is very much focussed on growth and revenue generation. "We are actively looking for acquisitions which will generate near-term revenues for the company and we have been at this for the last fourth months, we are excited by it and hope that we can give more news to shareholders shortly" he said.
GSR boss says new licences mean full steam ahead in Sierra Leone
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
Horizon Discovery (LON:HZD) CEO Dr. Darrin Disley tells Proactiveinvestors that a key part of the company’s strategy is to be a scientific leader in innovation. “We provide the picks and shovels to help people find gold, as in pharmaceutical drugs and the diagnostic tests that go with them” he said. Disley said the fast-changing pace of technology has helped them become an innovator in gene editing, now generating hundreds of “patients in a test-tube” per month at a tenth of the cost of seven years ago when the company started out in this field. Disley said that the company has built the breadth into their offering from DNA sequence right the way through to treatment through M&A. “Moving forward we are looking at building more depth into the P&L of these different areas, acquiring not just revenue but profit too,” he said. Disley said the company is keeping options open as to whether future acquisitions would be paid for in current cash and equity or via further fundraising
Horizon Discovery CEO focused on more scale and more margin
Mon, 13th Apr 2015
Landore Resources CEO Richard Prickett tells Proactiveinvestors about the scope and potential of the Junior Lake exploration project in Ontario, Canada. He says the main focus is on the B47 and BW nickel deposits and reiterated the company target to take all their resources to 100 thousand tonnes. Prickett says planned pre-feasibility, metallurgical work and follow-up drilling in the next six months will pay for itself since they have been frugal with funds. Since they raised money in GBP sterling last summer, they have been helped by the weak Canadian dollar.
Landore Resources CEO sees indications of more metal deposits
Fri, 10th Apr 2015
It’s been an exciting week in the London oil sector. Sam Wahab, oil analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald shares his views on the big energy stories with Proactiveinvestors. On Wednesday came the news that Shell (LON:RDSB) was launching a £47 billion cash and shares offer for Britain’s third-largest energy company, BG. (LON:BG.) Wahab believes that in an environment where assets are more expensive than equities that this is a very good news for Shell since it will significantly enhance its asset base. The announcement by UK Oil and Gas (LON:UKOG) that there could be as much as 100 billion barrels of oil under the Weald Basin in Horse Hill in the South of England certainly captured the headlines, but Sam Wahab believes that some of the predictions of how much oil could be extracted are over optimistic. He also talks about the prospects for other stocks in the oil sector including Wentworth Resources (LON:WRL) and Amerisur (LON:AMER)
Oil sector review of the week
Thu, 9th Apr 2015
AIM listed life sciences technology company, Abzena, reports a series of positive developments for its composite human antibodies. CEO, John Burt, tells Proactiveinvestors that two of their partners have started clinical trials using antibodies developed by their research teams. One partner is developing therapies for chemotherapy induced anaemia, whilst a major US firm is working on treatment for neurogenerative conditions. Abzena's innovative ThioBridge technology for attaching cytotoxic drugs to antibodies, has already shown significantly improved results. Data from preclinical models of cancer, presented at the World ADC Summit , showed that ThioBridge™ ADCs produced a greater reduction in tumour size compared to existing products,
Abzena expects revenue flows as proprietary antibodies enter clinical development
Wed, 8th Apr 2015
Scott Maybury, the chief executive of Private & Commercial Finance Group (LON:PCF), says securing the £10mln facility shows the consumer and small business lender has the backing of the government. In fact, Maybury says he only knows of two other asset finance companies that have also been rewarded. The company has agreed a £10mln, three-year loan facility with the commercial arm of the UK government’s economic development bank. The British Business Bank Investments’ facility takes PCF’s total lending headroom to £32.7mln, which it says is sufficient to fund anticipated growth in both its SME and consumer finance divisions.
Private & Commercial Finance chief says facility shows government support