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Cadence CEO Kiran Morzaria talks to Mark Fairbairn at Stockbox and covers the latest update re the timelines for obtaining essential licenses for the Amapa iron ore project in Brazil. Kiran explains how the timelines have been significantly shortened 12 to 16 months, a marked improvement from the typical 36-month process. Following the installation license approval, the project’s construction is expected to span 12 to 18 months, potentially allowing production to resume within approximately two and a half to three years.
In a world where climate change is widely regarded as an issue that needs tackling, green energy production is high on the agenda of governments around the world. But can a battery invented 120 years ago provide one of the solutions of today, a very modern solution.
In the first of this series we talk to Scott Kaintz the CEO of Corcel PLC, a London listed company who are involved in battery metals from cradle to grave. With mining projects around the world exploring for Nickel-Cobalt to the establishing of battery energy storage to the UK national grid, Scott explains the Flexible Grid Solutions (FGS) concept and how a battery with a double whammy effect could play an important role.
ECR Minerals #ECR CEO Craig Brown is interviewed by StockBox Media. Craig discusses the recent purchases, including the Midas drill rig, and how the company plans to set up its own laboratory to analyse drill samples and geo data.
Craig explains the drilling process and how owning the equipment and resource has improved efficiency of operations and ultimately a speeding up of the process.
With £4m in the bank, sufficient funding to take the company through to 2023, Craig says the quartz cores extracted are looking very positive, although the detailed analysis needs to be undertaken.
Craig explains how the team at the new broker will conduct site visits and prepare detailed analysis notes, plus the Shenyang Xinliaoan Machinery Co major shareholding, (first invested in 2017). The company, which has approaching $1bn in assets, supplies mining equipment, plus equipment for industrial and earth moving equipment.
As major shareholders, Shenyang will also provide operational support and equipment for ECR going forward.
In regard to JV interest, short term Craig sees the greatest potential at Bailieston and HR3, Bryron, Blue Moon, Black Cat, Cherry Tree South and other areas. HR3 mineralisation looks v similar to Fosterville.
There is still serious interest at Creswick. Technical due diligence has been completed, so currently the JV partners are awaiting the final legal documentation. The partners are well known in the industry, having worked with a number of billion pound listed companies.
Craig ends by saying he’s not so much interested in corporate deals, rathermore he wants to discover something ‘on the ground’.
“It’s incredible when you discover something from nothing, and discover there is $8bn of gold sitting there. That’s what we hope to do for ECR..”