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Oleg SoloshchanskiyAside from being an ADVentures Partner, Oleg holds over 35 years of experience in real estate development, currently acting as Vice-President of the Russian Association of the Construction Industry and having held the position of President-CEO of JSC Inteco between 2001 – 2017, one of the largest real estate developers in Russia, with an asset value of over 1 billion dollars. Oleg is a Civil Engineer from the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering.
Dunno why this guy is slowly buying in here - you would hope he has some Russian investors keen on investing in Mkango and giving their support to get it producing
Last few days been watching, "The Long way up", with ol' Ewan Mcgreggor and Charlie Boreman. Their latest series follows them on their latest adventure in which they turn to completely electric vehicles including the Backup/chase vehicle, as they travel from the tip of South America, all the way up to Los Angeles in a bid to cover approx. 15,000 miles.
Brill series...only on episode 3 so far, but wow. Naturally there are limitations for fluid electrical supply at the start of their journey..but the concept is absolutely brilliant and tests the vehicles to their limits. The tech is making amazing headway as each year passes and you can easily see EV's as being the major replacement to carbon equivalents in the years to come...to a point where reciprocating engines will be confined to the museums.
Saying all the above.. I love the sound my motorbikes make lol.. but there are power advantages in Electric bikes for sure..BIG advantages! Would love to try a high powered version on a track!
Makes sense, many thanks! Also for your recommendation to DYOR (or better DMOR); just hoping to find a -more or less- serious and recent sector report, with names, metrics, etc. Maybe I've been too lazy, so far
I suspect the change of government has a lot to do with it. Why would MKA spend more cash if they were subsequently told to get lost by the new boys. Hopefully all good now but market waiting for something concrete supporting the project. Those who buy now face the most risk but could be massively rewarded.
massive massive difference in terms of where the projects are at with PRE and MKA. DYOR and it is easy to see why. I looked at PRE at 30p and wasn't sure how quickly they were going to move with the new resource estimate but boy they have pulled the cat out the bag there bigtime. Looks a quality outfit. MKA will catch up but it will take a lot longer because of the BFS delay and it doesn't smell too good about why it has been delayed for so long. MKA management used Covid as an excuse but I don't buy it. That is why we are priced so low. A lot can happen in a year.
There are 0.15 grams of palladium in an iPhone, 472 kilograms of combined rare earths in an F-35 fig15 Sep '20
There are 0.15 grams of palladium in an iPhone, 472 kilograms of combined rare earths in an F-35 fighter jet and four tonnes in a Virginia-class submarine. "[With] some of these things, the government stockpile levels are very, very small in terms of weight," says federal Resources Minister Keith Pitt. "They are kilos compared to tonnes. That is how rare the element is."
Europium oxide, which is used to produce the colour red in household TVs, comes from a global europium stockpile of just 20 tonnes. Stock of ferro dysprosium, used in some magnets, is less than 500 kilograms.
But it is graphite, a key component of the lithium-ion batteries in phones, laptops, military and medical equipment and electric cars, that has sparked the most heated minerals race. Turkey, China, Brazil and Mozambique have the world's largest graphite reserves but only China has the technology and scale to purify the mineral into graphene and other battery anode compounds to make it useful. The government has committed $125 million to exploring two 2500 kilometre-long corridors in the hope of hitting another rare earths payload. One stretches from the Gulf of Carpentaria down to the border of NSW, South Australia and Victoria. The second runs from Darwin to the Great Australian Bight. The government has also invested $4.5 million in critical mineral research and development through the CSIRO and Geoscience Australia but industry figures say it is not enough. Losic says the cost of starting up a single graphite processing plant is $60 million.
Nice piece of news. Anyone familiar with stocks like Lynas (+3.8% today), or midcaps like Pensana (+9.7%) and Arafura (unch), or microcap Defense Metals (+17.2%)? And more specifically, how we should/might value MKA in comparison to these guys, or a peer group. Many thanks in advance
Think it's a case of keeping our mouths shut & sitting patiently instead of shouting from the rooftops like in many threads here. This RNS has substance behind it, many are taken in by drivel with no substance. I love these type of RNS actual facts of actual commodities.
@MkangoResources Research note from Nick Chalmers at Alternative Resource Capital #MKA important catalyst for the shares whilst Mkango Price (p)5.9 works to deliver the DFS of its flagship #SongweHill #rareearths project #Malawi
@MkangoResource (#MKA.TSX.L) Announces Rutile and Ilmenite Discovery In #Malawi Results of a reconnaissance shallow soil sampling and auger programme in its 869 square kilometres (“sq km”) Mchinji licence,100% owned subsidiary
Rutile, anatase and ilmenite are naturally occurring TiO2 minerals, whose main uses are 90% for pigm15 Sep '20
Rutile, anatase and ilmenite are naturally occurring TiO2 minerals, whose main uses are 90% for pigments, 5% production of titanium metal and 5% welding. Sierra Rutile owned by Iluka is the only high grade, large scale operating primary source natural rutile mine globally. #MKA