Live Company Group, Versarian, Horizonte Minerals & Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas
Justin Waite
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11:27, 8th July 2019

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Live Company Group, Versarian, Horizonte Minerals & Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas

Live Company Group #LVCG FOLLOW Executive Chairman, David Ciclitira & Andy Smith Group Strategy Officer & Executive Chairman of Bright Bricks discuss their trading update.

The Group is a network of partner-driven fan-based shows using BRICKLIVE created content worldwide. The Company owns the rights to BRICKLIVE - an interactive experience built around the creative ethos of the world's most popular construction toy bricks. BRICKLIVE, which is fast becoming a leading children's education and entertainment brand, actively encourages all to learn, build and play, and provides inspirational events and shows where like-minded fans can push the boundaries of their creativity. Bright Bricks is the Group's production centre for building brick-based models. The Group is an independent producer of BRICKLIVE and is not associated with the LEGO Group. More information can be found at www.livecompanygroup.com


Neill Ricketts, Chief Executive Officer of Versarian (VRS) FOLLOW talks about the graphene order they've received from a Japanese global automotive components company.

Versarien plc (AIM:VRS), is an advanced engineering materials group. Leveraging proprietary technology, the Group creates innovative engineering solutions for its clients in a diverse range of industries. Versarien has six subsidiaries operating under two divisions: Graphene and Plastics & Hard Wear and Metallic Products

(Interview starts at 17 minutes 52 seconds)


Jeremy Martin, Chief Executive Officer of Horizonte Minerals (HZM) FOLLOW explains the significance of being awarded a power utilisation permit for their Araguaia ferronickel project.

The wholly owned Araguaia Project is located in the south-east of the Brazilian state of Pará, approximately 760 km south of the state capital Belém. The Project involves the development of an open pit nickel laterite mining operation that will mine 27.5 million tonnes ('Mt') Mineral Reserve of a 119 Mt Mineral Resource to produce 52,000 tonnes of ferronickel ('FeNi') (containing 14,500 tonnes of nickel) per year, for the 28-year mine life. The metallurgical process comprises a single line RKEF to extract FeNi from the laterite ore. The RKEF plant and project infrastructure will be constructed over a 31-month period. After an initial ramp-up period, the plant is expected to reach full capacity of approximately 900,000 tonnes of dry ore feed per year. The FeNi product will be transported by road to the port of Vila do Conde for sale to overseas customers. Based on the FS results published in October 2018, the economic analysis indicates a post-tax NPV of US$401 million and an IRR of 20.1% using the base case forecast of US$14,000/t Ni. This increases to US$740 million and 28.1% when using Consensus price of $16,800/t Ni.

(Interview starts at 26 minutes 34 seconds)


Gil Holzman CEO of Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas (ECO) FOLLOW discusses their drilling operations which have commenced offshore Guyana with the spudding of the first exploration well on its Jethro-Lobe prospect.

Eco Atlantic is a TSX-V and AIM listed Oil & Gas exploration and production Company with interests in Guyana and Namibia where significant oil discoveries have been made. The Group aims to deliver material value for its stakeholders through oil exploration, appraisal and development activities in stable emerging markets, in partnership with major oil companies, including Tullow, Total and Azinam.

(Interview starts at 36 minutes)

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