RE: Japanese consortium, such a beautiful thought to relax with, sheer bliss14 Apr 2021 16:27
Everything at Eurasia's assets is required for the green energy industrial revolution, we couldn't ask for a better demand scenario. It's all nailed on because world governments are supporting the entire thing. It's the dead cert of dead certs!
RE: Japanese consortium, such a beautiful thought to relax with, sheer bliss14 Apr 2021 15:34
Russia is setting the stage for supplying as many of them as they can by the look of things. Japan, Europe, the whole lot. That clean energy plant in Finland is a perfect example of how things are going to roll going forward. Massive focus on ESG at all levels.
Absolute perfect storm and we're smack bang in the middle of it all with a new fast to production PGM and battery metal district at Monchegorsk!
RE: Japanese consortium, such a beautiful thought to relax with, sheer bliss14 Apr 2021 14:57
"The European battery industry is set to grow exponentially, including in line with demands for lower greenhouse gas emissions and sensitivity to ESG issues, Berlin said.
The plant in Finland, which uses renewable energy, produces products with one of the lowest carbon footprints on the market, the company said. “We are confident that this market will grow,” Berlin said."
Japanese consortium, such a beautiful thought to relax with, sheer bliss14 Apr 2021 14:40
Currently melting in the sunshine, similar to that west kytlym snow!
I think the deal will be called 'Tokyo Drift' when it lands, screeching round the corner with plenty of horse power, burning many shorters as she goes......
"The 11 partners in the venture are Air Liquide Japan, Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor, Honda Motor, JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Idemitsu Kosan, Iwatani Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Toho Gas, Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Development Bank of Japan."
I agree Tricky, events of late point to it being almost done. You get the feeling that the EGM is all timed for the WK flanks to have landed by then and so complete any tying up of final loose ends. Website is all up to date, Rosgeo JV done, Eurasia Japan in place etc, it all looks set apart from that final flanks license landing. Exciting times!
It's the type of bidding war news we want to hear for Eurasia tbh lol
"KKR is planning to outbid its rival CVC with a buyout offer in excess of $20bn for Toshiba as board members of the Japanese conglomerate prepare to launch a coup to oust the chief executive, according to three people familiar with the matter."