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Companies: Sylvania Platinum Ltd.
Companies: Pantheon Resources plc
• Chariot is acquiring ENEO Water PTE for US$0.5-1.0 mm in Chariot shares.
• ENEO utilises an efficient, modular and scalable reverse osmosis technology that can be entirely powered by solar energy to produce desalinated water. ENEO is developing a proof of concept at a windfarm on the Red Sea in Djibouti that is under construction and is intended to provide local communities with access to potable water for the next 20 years. The capex of the project is very small (a few hundred thousand US dol
Companies: Chariot Limited
Diversified Energy will report a FY22 update in February and ahead of this we update our estimates for the lower gas price while also highlighting that the group's unique operating model substantially protects it from lower gas prices and higher interest rates, thereby ensuring it remains well placed to pay one of the highest dividend yields in the FTSE350.
Companies: Diversified Energy Company PLC
Companies: Savannah Energy Plc
Cadence has secured a 30% stake in the Amapá iron ore mine, Brazil, for $9.3m, a project
valued by Anglo American in 2012 at over $600m. With established infrastructure,
Amapá is a company-making opportunity. Cadence has recently published a PFS on
Amapá, which highlights the obvious value in the project. With equity interests in
European Metals Holdings (Cinovec lithium-tin project in Czech Republic), Hastings
Technology Metals (Yangibana REE project in Australia) and Evergreen (lithi
Companies: Cadence Minerals PLC
Diversified Energy has released a positive FY22 Trading Update and we increase our EBITDA forecasts by +3% in FY22 and 2023.
Higher production at Vanchem coupled with another stable year at Vametco saw Bushveld deliver record annual vanadium production in 2022, though the adverse impact of electricity load shedding on the ramp up of Vanchem meant that the full-year total narrowly missed the group’s target. We still anticipate a return to positive EBITDA for 2022 and further earnings growth this year as Vanchem continues to gather pace. However, evidence of positive progress on load-shedding mitigation measures at Vanc
Companies: Bushveld Minerals Limited
Alternative Resource Capital
• 3Q23 production of 1,503 boe/d was above our expectation of 1,262 boe/d on higher production at Rio Cravo (860 bbbl/d) and Ombu (215 bbl/d). This suggests a continued strong performance of the RCE-2 well.
• Corporate production in November has ranged between 1,900-2,000 boe/d with current net production of 887 bbl/d at Rio Cravo (up from 760 bbl/d on 01 November). While the RCS-1 well is still cleaning up, the newly perforated C-7A zone is already adding 165 bbl/d net (330 bbl/d gross) produc
Companies: Arrow Exploration Corp.
Companies: ITM IOG KOD AVCT
Companies: Atlantic Lithium Limited.
IOG has released a trading update. This reports that operations at the Southwark A2 development well continue, with new plans to isolate three of the six stimulated zones, reperforate two other zones and then flow test the well again. IOG reported last week a disappointing 4.2mmcf/d maximum gross flow rate achieved at A2, and we would hope to see a much higher number, perhaps over 20mmcf/d based on original expectations, once the remediations are in place. The experience on A2 is also being used
Companies: IOG PLC
Tharisa has released its production report for Q1 2023 today. The quarter has been impacted by unprecedented rainfall at the Tharisa mine. However, the company was able to minimise the impact on production through the use of their stockpiles to maintain plant throughput. PGM and Chrome concentrate production reduced by 6% and 8% QoQ respectively. Gross and net cash have increased by 49% and 29% respectively, in part due to the successful bond raise of US$31.8m and the continued strong free cash
Companies: Tharisa Plc (THS:LON)Tharisa Plc (THA:JSE)
Tungsten West (“TUN”) has published an updated Bankable Feasibility Study (“BFS”) post its re-optimisation of the Hemerdon project in light of higher energy prices and other key input costs. The revised plan reduces capex by ~£20m and cuts energy intensity, trading this off against slightly reduced tungsten output and lower payabilities. The completion of the BFS is a key milestone on the path to securing project financing. Site refurbishment and staff recruitment activities have continued since
Companies: Tungsten West Plc
Hannam & Partners