From today's Financial Times - looks like Biden might have someone close to him who knows a thing or two about vanadium
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“Oil and gas producers would confront a transition from energy dominance to climate emergency, sweeping deregulation to sweeping re-regulation, Opec deals to climate deals,” said Bob McNally, a former White House adviser and head of Rapidan Energy Group, a consultancy. Mr Hamm’s influence on the Oval Office would be replaced with that of Jay Inslee, the Washington state governor and clean energy advocate, Mr McNally added.
RE: Excellent article from @TMSreach23 Jun 2020 08:33
I don't understand. The presentation is on TMS but not yet on the Jangada website, even though the company has put out an RNS about it. Also, the file name of the presentation on TMS is "draft four". Is it the final version? Why have a new presentation now when we should be getting New results?
Many thanks David, Bones and Dcat. Do we have any sense of how long it would take to get a trial-mining license? How realistic is the prospect of forward-selling ore in order to avoid shareholder dilution?