Plateau Energy Metals (TSX-V: PLU) – A Light At The End Of The Tunnel For This Uranium-Lithium Player?

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Plateau Energy Metals Inc.
  • TSX-V: PLU
  • Shares Outstanding: 99M
  • Share price: C$0.29 (28.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$26M

Interview with Alex Holmes, CEO of uranium explorer and lithium developer, Plateau Energy Metals (TSX-V: PLU).

Uranium and lithium have been struggling in recent years. Spot prices have fallen to uneconomic lows and uranium and lithium companies have been struggling to stay afloat.

Plateau Energy Metals has a couple of great uranium and lithium projects, but will they ever see the light of day?

We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Uranium: Overview of the Macro and Plans for the Asset
  3. Cash Position and Money Needed for Uranium Asset’s Development
  4. Lithium: A Breakdown of the Project
  5. Lithium Market Overview: Survival Mode vs Building Value
  6. Recent Raise: Are People Believing in a Positive Future for Lithium?
  7. MOU for SOP: Structure and Reasoning
  8. Reassurance for Shareholders Stuck in 2 Difficult Markets

If you are a uranium market spectator, feel free to check out some of the recent uranium articles on our platform as well as one of our most recent interviews with a uranium mining company. While you’re at it, why not check out another lithium interview or another EV-revolution-related article?

Company Page: https://www.bannermanresources.com.au/

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Argosy Minerals Ltd. (ASX: AGY) – Fighting Against The Lithium Tide

Argosy Minerals Ltd.
  • ASX: AGY
  • Shares Outstanding: 1.02B
  • Share price A$0.07 (28.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: A$69M

Crux Investor recently enjoyed an interview with Jerko Zuvela, MD of lithium developer, Argosy Minerals Ltd. (ASX: AGY).

If Argosy Minerals takes your interest, why not check out another lithium interview or another EV-revolution-related article?

Lithium is in the swamp right now. Argosy Minerals is an advanced lithium player with some great projects, but what can the team do to counteract the struggling lithium market? What is the plan?

We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. COVID-19’s Affect on Argentina
  3. Pilot Plant Update: Finding Funding Solutions
  4. Mitsubishi’s Lack of Funding and Reasons Why Investors are Withholding
  5. Cash Position
  6. The Lithium Market: What Needs to Happen to Give People a Sense of Security?
  7. Options and Offers: Deciding the Future of Argosy
  8. Market Dynamics and Chances for Smaller Players
  9. Possibility of Being Taken Over: M&A in the Market
  10. Lack of Investment Throughout Markets

Company Website: https://www.argosyminerals.com.au/

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Oriole Resources (LON: ORR) – A Small Gold Player With Big Ambitions

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Oriole Resources PLC
  • LON: ORR
  • Shares Outstanding: 702M
  • Share price C$0.35 (28.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$2.4M

Interview with Tim Livesey, CEO of Oriole Resources (LON: ORR).

Small in stature but mighty in ambition, Oriole Resources is a gold and base metals player with legacy projects in Senegal and Turkey, in addition to new projects in Cameroon.

Is there some big potential for this gold explorer, or will it get consigned to the gold dustbin the same as so many gold explorers before it?

 We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Business Plan, Background Story and Legacy
  3. Plans, Problems and Values of Legacy Projects: Turkey, Thani Stratex & Senegal
  4. Why Join This Company Instead of Starting Anew for Cameroon Assets?
  5. Delivering the Offloading and Disposal Strategy
  6. Cameroon Project: Creating Value and Strategy Going Forward
  7. Financing Cameroon and Options Available
  8. Skin in the Game and Management Remuneration
  9. Cash Position
  10. Share Price, Shareholders and Telling the Story: Potential Roll-Back?
  11. Timeline for Value Creation

If you like this Oriole Resources interview and the gold space is something you’re interested in, why not read a different gold article, or even watch one of our latest gold interviews?

Company Website: https://orioleresources.com/

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Evergold (TSX-V: EVER) – Replicating The Success Of GT Gold?

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Evergold Corp.
  • TSX-V: EVER
  • Shares Outstanding: 32M
  • Share price C$0.70 (28.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$22M

Interview with Kevin M. Keough, President & CEO of Evergold Corp. (TSX-V: EVER).

Evergold Corp. is a gold-silver-copper explorer and project developer. The company’s assets are in British Colombia, Canada.

Evergold Corp. has four projects. The two flagship projects are called Snoball and Golden Lion. The two non-core projects are named Spanish Lake and Holy Cross. Can the Evergold team replicate its success at GT Gold?

Evergold was set up before GT Gold, but was put on the back-burner while the team focussed on GT. What is the plan going forward in 2020 for this gold player?

 We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Business Plan: What Do They Want to Build?
  3. Track Record and Management Experience
  4. Focus on Exploration: Why not Delve into Other Production Stages?
  5. The Two Projects: What’s There and Plans for Each
  6. Cash Position & 2020 Drilling Plans
  7. End Goal and Means of Getting There
  8. Management Remuneration
  9. Big Supporters and Shareholders
  10. Estimated Timing for New Results

If you are a fan of this Evergold Corp. interview and the gold space is something you’re interested in, why not read a different gold article, or even watch one of our latest gold interviews?

Company Website: https://www.evergoldcorp.ca/

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Cartier Resources Inc. (TSX-V: ECR) – A Severely Undervalued Gold Prospect?

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Cartier Resources Inc.
  • TSX-V: ECR
  • Shares Outstanding: 192M
  • Share price C$0.19 (28.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$36M

Interview with Philippe Cloutier, President & CEO of Cartier Resources Inc. (TSX-V: ECR).

Cartier Resources was listed on the TSX-V in 2007. It is an exploration & development company focussed on gold discoveries in Québec. Cartier Resources has seven projects. The flagship project, Chimo Mine, is the current focus, while the other projects have been put on the backburner.

There are gold juniors with much less than Cartier Resources that are worth three times as much. Why? It’s time to dig into this gold mining story.

 We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Business Plan and History of Company: Getting to Where They are Now
  3. Criteria for Choosing Assets: What did Agnico Eagle Buy Into & Their Influence on Decision Making
  4. Drilling Since 2017: What’s There?
  5. Raising the Share Price: What Can They Do?
  6. Light at the End of the Tunnel: End Goal and Timeline
  7. 3 Other Assets: Focus and Plans
  8. Cash Position
  9. Management Shareholding

If you are a fan of this Cartier Resources interview and the gold space is something you’re interested in, why not read a different gold article, or even watch one of our latest gold interviews?

Company Website: https://ressourcescartier.com/

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David Feliba – Latin American Markets Expert Gives His Take On The Impact Of COVID-19

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Interview with David Feliba, Financial Reporter for S&P Global Market Intelligence.

At Crux Investor, we have interview plenty of South American mining companies. Investors need to understand the latest developments in the region in order to carry out informed investment decisions. This is something that has always been important to us.

Feliba shone a light on the details of South American markets in an intriguing, useful way. Investors will be interested to hear about the moods, economic issues, government policies and outlook for the remainder of 2020 in each country. An informative watch.

We Discuss:

  1. David’s Background
  2. Chile as Mining Jurisdiction: Current Situation, Pressure on Banks, and Impact of COVID-19
  3. People of Latin America: Moods and Issues in Country
  4. Fundamentals of Economies Done Right: Which Country Comes on Top?
  5. Brazil’s Fall From Grace: Talking About the Market, Government and Economy
  6. Growth Cost: The Possibility for Latin America to Recover During the Pandemic
  7. Impact to Businesses: Looking at Fintech Companies and Their Means of Survival

Company Website: https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/

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GoviEx Uranium (TSX-V: GXU) – How Is This African Uranium Developer Progressing?

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GoviEx Uranium Inc.
  • TSX-V: GXU
  • Shares Outstanding: 439M
  • Share price: C$0.15 (18.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$66M

An interview with Daniel Major, CEO of uranium developer, GoviEx Uranium (TSX-V:GXU).

The NFWG report dropped recently, and uranium companies have been clamouring to give their take on proceedings. Major is a seasoned uranium mind. What did he make of the report? He isn’t surprised. He only thinks the document will benefit a few players, while the rest of the document is geopolitical.

What about GoviEx itself? The uranium junior is continuing with its revised PFS at uranium project, Madaouela. The aim is to prove it is just as economic as Cameco’s McArthur River uranium mine in a slightly lower price environment, sub-US$50/lbs.

We Discuss:

  1. Nuclear Fuel Report: Opinions and Insights into Geopolitics, Renewable Energy and Benefits to Non-US Miners
  2. Buying Uranium: Predictions on Price Movement
  3. GoviEx Affected by COVID-19: PFS Reset and Reasons for it
  4. Ablation: A Non-Commercially Understood Technology
  5. Linkwood Loan Repayment: An Update on the Situation
  6. Niger as Jurisdiction: Dealing with COVID-19 and Potential Terrorism Threats
  7. The Numbers: Raise, Cash Position and Burn Rate
  8. The Future: Ideas on JV’s and Partnerships

If you are a uranium market spectator, feel free to check out some of the recent uranium articles on our platform as well as one of our most recent interviews with a uranium mining company.

Company Page: https://www.goviex.com/

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Alba Mineral Resources (AIM: ALBA) – Is Welsh Gold A Gamechanger?

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Alba Mineral Resources PLC
  • AIM: ALBA
  • Shares Outstanding: 4.06B
  • Share price GB$0.0008 (22.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$3M

Interview with George Frangeskides, Executive Chairman of Alba Mineral Resources (AIM: ALBA)

Alba Minerals Resources is a small but multi-faceted UK-listed company. The company’s projects range from the Horse Hill and Brockham oil & gas projects in England, along with polymetallic, multi-mineral projects in Greenland (4), Wales (1), and Ireland (1). Specific commodities of focus include graphite, iron ore, copper, gold, titanium (ilemnite), zinc, and lead. Talk about commodity diversification!

What is the plan to monetise Welsh gold and take advantage of the potential premium is offers?

We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Update on Horse Hill: Numbers Produced and Expectations for Monetisation
  3. Market Cap £3M not Indicative of the Value of The Assets: Share Price Volatility – Possibilities to Sell Horse Hill: When Could That Happen and at What Price?
  4. Welsh Gold of Clogau: The History
  5. Clogau at Present Day: The Possibilities, Money Spent, Data Possessed
  6. Blue Sky for New Investors and Shareholders
  7. Cash Position and Means of Improving the Share Price
  8. Limited Cash, Lots of Assets: Focus and Future Plans for Alba Mineral Resources

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Company Website: https://www.albamineralresources.com/

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Canada Nickel (TSX-V: CNC) – The 11th Largest Nickel Sulphide Resource Globally In Just 6-Months

Canada Nickel
  • TSX-V: CNC
  • Shares Outstanding: 67M
  • Share price C$1.33 (22.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: C$87M

Interview with Mark Selby, CEO of Nickel Exploration company, Canada Nickel (TSX-V: CNC).

Nickel could offer battery metals/EV investors a massive upside. Mark Selby has a history of success in the nickel space that extends back to his time at Inco and RNC.

In just 6 months, for just US$4M, Canada Nickel has uncovered the 11th largest nickel sulphide resource in the world, and it has a PGM upside.

Canada Nickel has its skates on and has some big plans for this year and beyond. Is Crawford an exciting take-out target for nickel majors?

We Discuss:

  1. Company Overview
  2. Putting Together Nickel Projects: Timeline and Strategy
  3. Recent Raise: Shareholder Support and Investor Interest in Nickel
  4. What Makes Canada Nickel Different to Other Nickel Companies?
  5. Drilling for Value: A Run Through the News Release
  6. Impact of COVID-19 on Canada Nickel and The Nickel Market
  7. Timeline for Deliverables

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Company Website: https://canadanickel.com/

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Brandon Munro – Kazatomprom Moving Back Towards Production, Cameco Update, And A Look At SMRs

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Bannerman Resources Ltd.
  • ASX: BMN
  • Shares Outstanding: 1.06B
  • Share price: A$0.04 (20.05.2020)
  • Market Cap: A$42M

A Conversation with Brandon Munro, CEO of Bannerman Resources (ASX: BMN).

We have interviewed Munro throughout this uranium bear cycle; his insights have been incredibly useful for investors. Here is his previous interview.

This week we talk about some intriguing topics. Does Kazakhstan’s easing of safety restrictions indicate uranium production is about to start back up?

Then we move into SMRs and the geopolitical race that surrounds them. We talk about examples of application on land and at sea.

We then move into Cameco’s announcement that it will be getting the Port Hope Uranium Conversion Facility back up and running. What could this mean for the uranium space and uranium investors?

Lastly, we cover UR Atom’s recent statement. A must watch for uranium investors and generalists alike.

We Discuss:

  1. Australia’s Successful Management of COVID-19
  2. Kazakhstan Easing Restrictions, Does That Mean a Re-Start of Uranium Production
  3. Russia’s Relationship with Kazakhstan and Possibilities of Influencing Uranium Producers
  4. SMRs: The Geopolitical Race, and the ARDP Report
  5. Conventional vs SMR: Costs, Locations, Infrastructure and People’s Perception
  6. Cameco’s Port Hope Announcement
  7. Selling at Market: What’s Happening with Equities?
  8. UR Atom’s Statements: Importance of Maintaining Inventories and Diversifying Supply

Company Page: https://www.bannermanresources.com.au/

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