London South East have partnered with the Canadian investment bank Red Cloud Securities to bring you three excellent investment plays – covering brine lithium, hard rock lithium and the next uranium supercycle. As well as a top Canadian Mining analyst.
The high calibre companies speaking at the London South East/Red Cloud Global Mining Special were:
03:20 and Q&A at 21:17
Chris Doornbos, President & CEO, E3 Lithium
E3 Lithium (TSXV: ETMC) are a Canadian-focused brine lithium developer with one of the world’s largest brine assets in Alberta Canada. E3 plan to drill for brine, and have just entered into a joint venture with oil major Imperial Oil (ExxonMobil) who have bought a strategic shareholding.
33:56 and Q&A at 56:52
Jamie Flegg, Chief Development Officer, Sigma Lithium Resources
Sigma Lithium Resources (NASDAQ:SGML TSXV:SGML) are developing a hard rock lithium mine in Brazil, which has raised $US 111M and is fully funded for Phase 1. At a projected 270,000 tonnes of battery grade lithium concentrate per annum sigma start producing in 2023 and hope to become the world’s fifth largest lithium mine.
1:05:32 and Q&A at 1:25:57
Phillip Williams, Chairman & CEO, Consolidated Uranium
Consolidated Uranium (TSXV:CUR), is a global Uranium developer with a focus on developing near term production in Utah in the United States. CUR have been developing a buy and build strategy for two years now and are entering into an exploration and development phase for the business. The main driver for uranium is the nuclear power industry which is big in America, and Energy Fuels have the only mill in the States, in Utah. CUR have entered into a strategic alliance with EF which gives them access to the mill. Consolidated now have 13 different uranium projects in four different countries, the USA, Canada, Australia and Argentina .
1:34:57 and Q&A at 1:58:14
David Talbot, MD, Head of Equity Research at Red Cloud Securities
David Talbot, a highly experienced Mining analyst, puts the global metals and mining markets in context for us.
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