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Wed 11:57


david lenigas

‏@DavidLenigas Afren is the reason why LGOs deal last week puts it in a completely different league. Goudron is economic at even these low oil prices.





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Fri 11:55


Minerals



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SOURCE Edison Investment Research

LONDON, February 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Edison Investment Research, a leading international investment research firm, announces the initiation of full coverage of Rare Earth Minerals.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130417/608168 )



REM's investment strategy is twofold: to increase its ownership of lithium development companies and to invest directly in lithium and to a lesser extent in rare earth projects. Tesla Motors' project to build a large-scale dedicated lithium-ion battery factory near Reno, Nevada, highlights the opportunity for the Sonora resource.

Our base case valuation is for the key Sonora Lithium Project, for which REM has commissioned its own scoping study. This outlines 34.6Mtpa of run-of-mine (ROM) ore with an average output of 69.8kt of battery-grade lithium carbonate (LCE) or equivalent over a 20-year mine life; we tentatively estimate that production will start in 2017, which is based on BCN timelines. The study details capex of US$485m and a US$6,500/t LCE price and we apply a 10% discount rate to reflect general equity risk. On this basis we value REM's effective 40.06% of Sonora at 2.40p per share. Further value is geared to the value of the Magdalena Borates project 100% owned by BCN, and in which REM has an effective 14.37% interest, and REM's 30% direct interest in the Yangibana REE project in Western Australia.

To download this report, please click here.

All reports published by Edison are available to download free of charge from its website http://www.edisongroup.com.

About Edison: Edison, the investment intelligence firm, is the future of investor interaction with corporates. Our team of over 100 analysts and investment professionals works with leading companies, fund managers and investment banks worldwide to support its capital markets activity. We provide services to more than 400 retained corporate and investor clients from our offices in London, New York, Frankfurt, Sydney and Wellington. Edison is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (http://www.fsa.gov.uk/register/firmBasicDetails.do?sid=181584).

Edison is not an adviser or broker-dealer and does not provide investment advice. Edison's reports are not solicitations to buy or sell any securities.

Contact details: Learn more at http://www.edisongroup.com
23 Jan '15


Bacanora Minerals Releases Drill Results for Buenavista

Wednesday January 14, 2015, 1:37pm PST

(TSXV:BCN) announced drill results from 24 drill holes completed at the southern half of the Beunavista concession, part of the Sonora Lithium project in Mexico.

As quoted in the press release, drilling highlights included:

•three kilometres of strike length of the lithium-bearing clays on the southern half of the concession were tested. The three kilometres on the northern half of the concession, as well as portions of the strata that continue onto the adjoining Megalit concession, remain untested;

•significant lithium values (i.e. greater than 1,000 ppm Li) were found in 13 of the 24 holes;

•of those 13 holes, 11 reported significant thicknesses and grades of lithium-bearing clays, as tabulated below;

•lithium values of individual 1.0 metre samples, within the significant intervals, range from 336 to 2,210 ppm Li; and

•the lithium-bearing clays crop out at surface and dip gently to the east, providing a target for potential low strip ratio, open pit mining of the clays.

Bacanora Chairman, Colin Orr-Ewing, said:



“These results have confirmed that significant thicknesses and grades of lithium-bearing clays occur within the southern part of Buenavista. The northern half of the concession remains untested and it is our belief that it holds potential for similar lithium mineralization. Considering the relatively low overburden and that the deposit is at surface, if commercialized, this concession could present a low cost mining operation.”

Click here to read the Bacanora Minerals (TSXV:BCN) press release
8 Jan '15


Jan



Quantum Dots at CES? That’s Us!

Posted by Nanoco | On January 7th, 2015 | in Our Business



Talk about starting the year with the bang. This week, quantum dots found their way into the mainstream narrative with a big development –the first quantum dot displays from LG debuted at the CES 2015. These beautiful, new, quantum dot screens are powered by Nanoco’s science and technology, more than a decade in the making.

The LG endorsement is a big one for our technology. We’re confident that our cadmium-free quantum dots are setting a new standard in the display industry due to the exceptional color reproduction and the environmental benefits they offer. We remain the only company in the world to offer the cadmium-free version of the technology at scale. We have our exclusive licensing partner, The Dow Chemical Company, to thank for helping to accelerate their commercialization.

And our excitement doesn’t end with the display market. Last month, industry analysts predicted a very bright future for quantum dot technology and its many applications, with Nanomarkets naming 2014 the “breakout year for QDs,” as well as citing its expectation that the market for quantum dots will grow to $5.5 billion in revenues in 2020. You can read the press release summarizing those figures – and more –here.

The new innovations made possible through cadmium-free quantum dots means we’ll soon be saying good-bye to the old ways of doing things. In display, standard LCDs will soon be a thing of the past, gone the way of the cathode-ray tube or rear projection. In their place will be LCDs enhanced with cadmium-free quantum dots, which not only enable lifelike color and brightness, but allow for such advancements without the risk of toxicity. In lighting, today’s already remarkable LED will soon be able to mimic the color performance of an incandescent light source. And, in medicine, short-lived bio-imaging dyes will give way to longer “fluorescing” via cadmium-free quantum dots, enabling – among other things – surgeons to better remove malignant cancer cells.

For Nanoco and its employees, the vision for our quantum dot technology is fast becoming reality. We look forward with great confidence to the year ahead


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