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Fri, 22nd May 2015
Kiran Morzaria, chief executive of Rare Earth Minerals (LON:REM), says assay results from the...
Fri, 22nd May 2015
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Fri, 22nd May 2015
Kiran Morzaria, chief executive of Rare Earth Minerals (LON:REM), says assay results from the company’s drilling programme at the Sonora lithium project in Mexico confirms its belief there is a high-grade deposit. Rare Earth has found more good indications of lithium in an exploratory hole drilled to the west of the La Ventana deposit at Sonora in Mexico. The hole successfully intersected two clay beds at shallow depth and returned strong assay results of up to 2.3% lithium carbonate equivalent. Morzaria discusses what’s next for the company and how the lithium Gigafactory being built in Nevada by electric car pioneer Tesla will affect the market.
Rare Earth Minerals CEO says drilling confirms high-grade deposit
Fri, 22nd May 2015
Robin Young, chief executive of Amur Minerals (LON:AMC), discusses the award of the production licence for its Kun-Manie nickel project, which the company has been waiting on for around 10 years. Amur’s CEO says the company still has plenty of upside potential to expand the resource and reserves at Kun-Manie. He talks about the next steps for the company which now needs to find a partner to develop the huge nickel resource, with interest already being shown from the UK and from Russia. Young says: ‘Now the hard work begins in moving this project forward through to production decision and ultimately making a metal.’
EXCLUSIVE: Amur Minerals CEO on production licence award and finding a suitable partner
Fri, 22nd May 2015
Michael Hunt, chief financial officer of ReNeuron (LON:RENE), says it made sense to apply for US fast track status to give its retinitis pigmentosa cell therapy candidate ‘the best possible chance’. The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has put the firm’s human retinal progenitor cell (hRPC) therapy for retinitis pigmentosa on the fast track after reviewing pre-clinical data ahead of granting permission for phase I/II trials. ‘It’s very early days but we’re really quite encouraged and excited by the potential of this programme,’ Hunt says.
ReNeuron CFO: Fast-track gives programme ‘best possible chance’
Fri, 22nd May 2015
Norman Williams, president and chief executive of Rambler Metals (LON:RMM, CVE:RAB), says he is pleased with the progress the Canadian copper miner has made in the latest quarter. Williams says the progress with the underground mine and the revised plan at its Ming copper-gold mine in Newfoundland has been encouraging in the third quarter of the year. The company returned to profit and generated cash in its latest quarter despite weather affecting the amount of ore it processed. Rambler produced 3,989 tonnes of concentrate in the three months, 14% lower than the previous quarter.
Rambler Metals CEO pleased with underground progress
Thu, 21st May 2015
Damian Collier, senior vice president of business affairs and enterprise at Rightster (LON:RSTR), describes the deal announced today with Spotify as ‘great’ for the company. As part of the deal, the video distribution group will provide Spotify with short-form video content to engage its millions of users on mobile devices. Collier, who was the founder and CEO of Viral Spiral, which was snapped up by Rightster last year, adds that ‘deals like this are pretty high margin for us and we have a few others coming down the pipeline that are not dissimilar’.
Rightster’s Collier on ‘great’ Spotify deal
Thu, 21st May 2015
Dave Reeves, managing director of Ferrex (LON:FRX), discusses the maiden ore reserve which has been defined at its Nayega manganese project in Togo. Ferrex wants to develop Nayega into a 250,000-tonne per annum manganese export operation, which would imply a mine life of more than thirty years on the basis of the new reserve of 8.48Mt at 14.0% manganese. Reeves explains how the company has managed to lower the operating costs after tweaking the plans and runs through the timeline for the company over the coming year.
Ferrex MD on feasibility study and mining licence progress in Togo
Wed, 20th May 2015
Martin Warner, chief executive of Michelmersh Brick Holdings (LON:MBH), says the construction industry is ‘getting back to some better returns’ for the first time in years. He says there is a general pick-up in confidence in the industry and discusses plans to invest money in equipment to improve efficiency. In an AGM statement delivered to shareholders earlier today, chairman Eric Gadsden said the company enjoyed a strong start to the financial year thanks to improvements to the brick market driven by overall activity in the construction sector.
Michelmersh Brick Holdings CEO: Industry getting back to better returns
Wed, 20th May 2015
The O’Kiep copper sulphide tailings project in South Africa has the potential to be a ‘company maker’ for Xtract Resources (LON:XTR). That’s according to Jan Nelson, chief executive of the AIM-listed miner, which has just negotiated a sizeable discount on the proposed purchase price for the dumps. The miner has raised almost £5mln in two fundings in the past two months and this improved financial position has helped it renegotiate the terms. Nelson says the share price, which has shot up in recent months, is ‘moving in the right direction’. He adds: ‘We have a lot of newsflow coming… so I think the share price will keep on moving upwards.’
Xtract Resources CEO: O’Kiep could be company maker
Wed, 20th May 2015
Matt Idiens, chief executive of Rose Petroleum (LON:ROSE), discusses the £3mln to be raised in the placing announced today, alongside more analysis from its Mancos shale acreage in Utah. ‘The most important thing is the money and to be able to progress the project and to create the value that we want to create – and we’re now able to do that,’ says Idiens. Idiens says the initial plan was to raise the cash via a book building process but media pressure meant a change of plan. The company raised the bottom end of what it said it would (£3mln-£5mln) in order not to dilute shareholders further, Rose’s CEO explains.
Rose Petroleum chief explains how £3.1mln placing will fund ambitions
Wed, 20th May 2015
Fortune Mojapelo, chief executive of Bushveld Minerals (LON:BMN), tells Proactive Investors the reasons behind the off-market takeover offer for the rest of Aussie-listed Lemur Resources (ASX:LMR). Bushveld currently owns just over 63% of Lemur and is attempting – for a second time – to snap up all the shares. Mojapelo says it’s an attractive offer for shareholders of Madagascar-focused Lemur. Bushveld‘s offer is six Aussie cents for each share, which values Lemur overall at AS$10.9mln (£5.6mln). Bushveld also revealed today it has raised £2.6mln through a convertible loan with 5.2% shareholder Riveridge to fund the bid.
Bushveld Minerals CEO on Lemur Resources takeover bid
Wed, 20th May 2015
Charles Clark, chief executive of Rosslyn Data Technologies (LON:RDT), says he is in talks with ‘one or two more very, very large, substantial partners at the moment’. The company sees the ‘huge increase’ in revenues carrying on after strong growth in the back end of its financial year. The data analytics specialist today revealed it expects revenues to be no less than £2.8mln, which represents a year-on-year rise of 35%, although it reckons sales growth was closer to 50% in the second half. Clark discusses the partnerships that have helped drive the growth, as well as the departure of CFO Francis Reid.
Rosslyn Data Technologies CEO reveals talks with ‘very large’ partners
Wed, 20th May 2015
Neil Garner tells Proactive Investors why he has chosen to step aside as chief executive of mobile marketing specialist Proxama (LON:PROX), whilst stressing that he is not leaving the business. Garner says he is ‘incredibly excited’ about the deal with Navy Federal, the world’s largest credit union, which was unveiled alongside the group’s full-year financial figures. Proxama will help to migrate Navy Federal’s debit card users to chip and pin as part of the five-year agreement. It comes amid a string of deals for the AIM-listed company, whose share price has jumped more than 1p to 2.3p in the space of a couple of days.
Proxama’s Garner on Navy Federal deal and decision to step down as CEO