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Sound Energy rises 20% to 15.41p a share
is a European and Mediterranean oil and gas exploration and production company.
It has a 47.5% interest on the Tendrara concession, onshore Eastern Morocco, with two upcoming wells targeting multi-TCF potential.
The Company’s shares have been struggling recently following the report it put its TE-10 Eastern Morocco well at between a 14% and 26% chance of success, and the failed producible gas at its first of three exploration wells in the area.
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Thor Mining rises 14% to 1.6p a share
announced today a mineral resource update at its Pilot Mountain tungsten project in Nevada.
The company noted: “The upgraded mineral resource estimate represents a 6.5% increase in the scheelite inventory for Desert Scheelite”
For the first time, the company noted that the estimate includes zinc in the resource inventory, contributing an additional potential by-product stream to the project.
Mr Mick Billing, Executive Chairman, commented: "Pilot Mountain hosts a large and, in the directors' view, valuable tungsten resource in the USA, where there has been no primary production of tungsten for some years, despite being classified as a critical mineral by the US Department of the Interior."
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MediaZest rises 23% to 0.0925p a share
the creative audio-visual systems integrator, is up today as trading volume picks up to 6 times above the average.
It announced today that its current Nomad Northland Capital Partners has voluntarily relinquished its Nomad status after a proposed merger with SP Angel.
The company stated “In the unlikely event the Company fails to appoint a replacement Nomad by 1 February 2019, the Exchange will suspend trading in the Company's AIM Securities in accordance with AIM Rule 1”
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Oilex rises 18% to 0.485p a share
has a significant multi TCF potential gas resource at the Cambay PSC in Gujarat state in India in the EP-IV tight siltstones that requires drilling and stimulation optimisation technologies to achieve commercial flow rates.
The company is in discussions with its former JV partner Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) to seek a commercial resolution to transfer GSPC's participating interest in the Cambay PSC to Oilex
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Focusrite said in a trading update this morning that revenue and profits are likely to surpass market expectations for the financial year ending 31 August 2020 following strong demand for its audio products as e-commerce platforms continue to thrive globally.
Attraqt Group has announced the appointment of Paul Tough as Chief Product Officer with immediate effect. Tough previously co-founded eComp Consulting, a specialist digital strategy firm alongside Mark Adams, Attraqt's recently appointed CEO.
Genedrive has developed Genedrive® 96 Exporter, a new in-vitro diagnostic software module for automated results interpretation of its Genedrive® 96 SARS-CoV-2 Kit. In a separate announcement, the group said it closed the year with a stronger balance sheet and a lower level of debt following a successful £7 million equity fundraise in May 2020