Andrew Bell, MA, LLB, FGS Chairman & CEO – Scott Kaintz, BS, MBA, Executive Director & COO
Andrew Bell speaks to Share Talk in relation to the continuing operations in its newly announced Metallurgical Coal Investment. We discuss the low-cost position and options in regards to the coal production and the washing plant. We update around the other projects and expected news flow in the First Quarter.
Update re Moonlight Project’s BFS Phase I Ferrum Crescent, the ASX, AIM and JSE quoted metals project developer, announces that, with regard to the farm-in and joint venture agreement (the “Agreement”) with Business Venture Investments No. 1709 (Proprietary) Limited (“BVI”)
The Battery Series is a five-part infographic series that explores what investors need to know about modern battery technology, including raw material supply, demand, and future applications.
Explaining the Surging Demand for Lithium-Ion Batteries
In Parts 1 and 2, we examined the evolution of battery technology as well as what batteries can and cannot do. In this part, we will tackle demand in the rechargeable battery market, with a major focus on the rapidly growing lithium-ion segment.
Share Talk has covered Angus Energy on a couple of occasions over the past month’s and the SP has risen 100% plus since the IPO in November 2016. We have received a few emails and have decided to re-visited the companies working in the Weald Basin and answer a few questions raised.
Angus Energy plc LON:ANGS raise cash to expand existing wells at both Brockham and Lindsey oil field. Angus Energy made its AIM debut having raised £3.5 million – It arrived on the junior market with a bright future and proven production figures to match.
Certain commodities tend to fly under the radar for periods of time.
For example, it was only in the last couple of years that markets have been able to digest the potential impact of the electric vehicle boom, and what it may mean for raw materials. The lithium, graphite, and cobalt prices reacted accordingly, and suddenly these essential ingredients for lithium-ion batteries were hot commodities.
Bitcoin is no stranger to extreme fluctuations.
For each of the last four years, the cryptocurrency has either been the best or the worst performing currency – with nothing to be found in between.
Luckily, for those that follow the digital currency closely, those fluctuations were mostly pointed in an upwards direction for 2016. The currency finished the year at $968.23, which is more than double its value from the beginning of the year.