Lundin Family Giving $2M to UArizona Mining and Mineral Resources Programs with Challenge that Could Bring Millions More

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The gift helps the university upgrade facilities, provide support to students and work toward an interdisciplinary school of mining and mineral resources.

We are very excited to be supporting such an important initiative. The drive toward a safer, more sustainable and efficient mining operation requires the very best talent across many disciplines,.”

— Jack Lundin, president and CEO of Bluestone Resources Inc.

TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The family of two University of Arizona alumni have donated $2 million to help the university expand its highly ranked mining and geosciences programs and set the stage for an interdisciplinary school of mining engineering and mineral resources.

The Lundin family has made a $2 million commitment and will provide up to $2.5 million in addition in a challenge grant to match funds raised by December 2022.

The family leads the Lundin Group, which comprises 14 publicly traded companies in the natural resource sector that operate in more than 25 countries.

"We are very excited to be supporting such an important initiative alongside the University of Arizona. The drive toward a safer, more sustainable and efficient mining operation requires the very best talent across many disciplines, not just mining engineering and geology," said Jack Lundin, president and CEO of Bluestone Resources Inc., one of the group's companies.

Lundin earned a master's degree in mining, geological and geophysical engineering at the University of Arizona in 2016 and has served on the board of directors for the university's Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources since 2017.

"While most universities' mineral resources programs are shrinking or not keeping pace with change, the University of Arizona has demonstrated a vision and commitment to enhancing natural resources education. This gift is intended to catalyze the resources necessary and to attract industry support to make this vision of creating the best mineral resource program in the world into a reality," Lundin said. "We believe this partnership with the University of Arizona to create a new interdisciplinary school of mining and mineral resources will bring the kind of energy and excitement needed to attract the very best talent, and to prepare students to positively impact the future of mineral resources."

Supplying the Best Possible Workforce

At the core of expansion initiatives is an unwavering commitment to keeping the industry pipeline filled with well-rounded, highly skilled professionals. Thus, the new school aims to prepare a new generation of professionals to enter the mining industry from a broader range of educational disciplines, including finance, law, computer science, environment and social sciences. The College of Engineering, the College of Science and the Lowell Institute are sharing the gift and working together to develop interdisciplinary curriculum and update research and teaching facilities, such as the San Xavier Underground Mining Laboratory.

The University of Arizona – home to one of only 13 mining engineering programs in the nation sanctioned by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology Inc. – is well positioned to advance mining and mineral resources education. In fact, the QS World University Rankings place the university's mining engineering program at No. 3 in the United States and No. 19 in the world. U.S. News & World Report ranks the university's geosciences graduate program as third in the nation among geology graduate programs.

"We look forward to using this gift to become even better," said David W. Hahn, the Craig M. Berge dean of the College of Engineering. "The generosity of the Lundin family will allow us to upgrade our facilities, build partnerships with industry and other universities, and strengthen the department's focus in areas such as data science and artificial intelligence."

The Lundins are based in Canada and Switzerland, but the family maintains strong ties in Arizona and at the university. Lundin and his brother, Harry, who earned a bachelor's degree in mining engineering in 2010, were both at UArizona when Professor Emerita Mary Poulton, co-director of the Lowell Institute, was head of the Department of Mining and Geological Engineering.

Maintaining Commitment to Sustainability

"Mining is more critical than ever as we look toward a more sustainable future for our planet. Mined materials like copper are needed for electric vehicles, windmills and server farms for cloud-based applications," said Poulton, who co-directs the Lowell Institute with Mark Barton, professor of geosciences. "Our location amid some of the largest copper deposits on Earth, world-class faculty members and long-standing relationships with industry mean the University of Arizona has what it takes to lead. This gift will help us take our efforts to the next level."

The gift will also fund the Lundin Family Endowed Chair in Economic Geology within the Department of Geosciences.

"The establishment of this chair will strengthen our economic geology program, which is designed to apply geological research to expand our knowledge and understanding of the distribution of minerals," said Elliott Cheu, interim dean of the College of Science. "Furthermore, by helping us bring together talented faculty and students from a wide range of disciplines, these funds will strengthen the university's outstanding reputation in mineral resources."

As one of the first two areas of study offered at the University of Arizona ­– along with agriculture – mining has been an institutional cornerstone since the university's founding in 1885.

"Mining has been an important part of the University of Arizona since its very beginning as a land-grant institution," said University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins. "We have been preparing students for mining careers for 130 years, and our alumni occupy leadership positions at mining operations across the globe. With this generous gift from the Lundin family, and the possibility of even more through the challenge, we have an opportunity to significantly advance our world-renowned efforts to ensure safe and sustainable extraction of the important materials we rely upon every day."

"The Lundins' transformational gift is shaping an incredible future for mining and mineral resources at the University of Arizona," said John-Paul Roczniak, president and CEO of the University of Arizona Foundation. "We look forward to rallying additional support as part of their matching gift challenge."

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Copper North Announces Debt Settlement

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Copper North Debt Settlement
October 30, 2020, Vancouver, B.C. – Copper North Mining Corp. (TSX.V: COL) (“Copper North”) John Cumming, President and CEO of Copper North announces:

Shares for Debt Settlement

Further to Copper North’s news release of January 8, 2020 the TSX Venture Exchange has approved and Copper North has issued 2,480,780 shares at five cents per share to three former directors to settle outstanding debt totalling $124,039.

About Copper North Mining

Copper North Mining Corp. is a Canadian exploration and development company focused on the 100%-owned Carmacks Cu-Au-Ag project located in the Carmacks copper district in the central Yukon Territory of Canada. The Carmacks district is a 180 km long by 60 km wide belt of intrusion related Cu-Au-Ag deposits including Pembridge Resources' Minto mine, Granite Creek's Stu project, and Copper North's Carmacks project. Learn more about the Copper North and our Carmacks Project at www.coppernorthmining.com.

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Sean Goodnight Shares the Importance of Mineral Rights for Rural Residents and Landowners

Sean Goodnight shares the importance of mineral rights for rural residents and landowners, as oil and gas companies may seek to purchase or lease these rights.

DENVER, CO, USA, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Unlike most countries around the world, the United States still has many rural residents and private landowners that hold mineral rights. Sean Goodnight, the Vice President of Acquisitions with Phoenix Capital Group, states that it is vital for those who still possess ownership to understand the importance.

Individuals who possess mineral rights are entitled to certain royalties if and when oil and gas companies request to drill on their property. Rather than allowing those proceeds to go to large corporations, rural residents and landowners can help keep that revenue in their hometowns. Keeping revenue local can help support local businesses and other initiatives. Studies have shown that counties with oil and gas production typically see increased deposit growth at their local banking institutions. Agricultural & Applied Economics Association found that deposit growth was as high as 8.2% over ten years, with deposits stemming from royalty and premium payments.

Most individuals and families have obtained their mineral rights through land passed down over generations. Before 1908, the federal government attached mineral rights to all homestead and property claims. After 1916, any new property claims had mineral rights assigned to the federal government. Some states received rights through federal land grants.

According to Sean Goodnight, it is essential for those who have inherited the rights from their families to understand how those rights are divided amongst family members. Mineral rights are seen as a tenants-in-common type of property, rather than individual owners of a percentage of acreage. Therefore, a family of four may own a quarter of the entire rights rather than a specific quarter of the property.

Those who possess mineral rights can lease their acreage instead of selling it to oil and gas companies. These contracts usually include two potential income streams – the first as an upfront premium and the second as royalty revenue as a portion of any production that takes place on the property. Landowners can also include clauses within a contract that limit or restrict the developers’ occupancy of the surface.

Mineral owners can become royalty owners once a paying well has been drilled onsite. This is usually an addition to the lease, in which a division order is signed to designate the terms in which royalties may be paid. Often, royalty owners will receive a lump sum upfront, followed by monthly payments. Payments can fluctuate over time, depending on the production of the well and oil prices.

Any landowners or rural residents questioning what they should do with their rights may consider reaching out to industry professionals, such as Phoenix Capital Group, to help navigate the various options available. The team at Phoenix Capital Group has decades of combined experience working directly with mineral owners to provide mutually beneficial solutions.

About Sean Goodnight
Sean Goodnight is a proud husband and father and a firm believer in family values. Born and raised in Colorado, he graduated from Englewood High School and went to the University of Northern Colorado. Sean’s definition of success includes two aspects – family and professional life. He aims to provide security to his family and the clients that depend on him. He does that by consistently making sound choices and building relationships based on trust, honesty, and respect.

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Oil Storage Market in North America Surpass $931 million with at a CAGR of 4.8% from 2017 to 2023.

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Global North America Oil Storage Market 2017-2023: Business Development and Growth Opportunities by Industry Expert

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Oil storage market in North America is projected to reach $931 million in 2023, registering a CAGR of 4.8% from 2017 to 2023. Oil storage includes large tanks, sea tankers, and underground & above ground storage facilities to safely store various petroleum products. These products are majorly oil-based products, which are produced by distillation, and are used by industries other than the refining industry. Increase in oil production across the globe has encouraged suppliers to develop storage infrastructure and inventories for oil storage.

Oil storage refers to the mechanism used for safely storing various petroleum products. These products are majorly oil-based products, which are produced by distillation and are used outside the refining industry. Growth in global oil production encouraged the suppliers to develop storage infrastructure and inventory for oil storage. Oil storage includes large tanks, sea tankers, and underground & above ground storage facilities. Petroleum products are valuable commodities, which are used for various applications. These can be stored in salt mines, oil tankers, and tanks.

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Furthermore, increase in oil production has encouraged suppliers to improve their inventories and infrastructure to store large quantity of crude oil. In terms of volume, the market accounted for 54,154 thousand CBM in 2016, and is projected to reach 73,633 thousand CBM in 2023, registering a CAGR of 4.4% from 2017 to 2023.

The major factors that drive the growth of the North America oil storage market include decrease in crude oil prices across North America, rise in need for mega refining hub, high degree of product containment, and increase in import or distribution facilities. However, decline in production & exploration activities and rise in inventory cost hamper the market growth. On the contrary, the development of strategic petroleum reserves and increase in oil demand are expected to provide potential growth opportunities for the market expansion.

The crude oil segment dominated the market in 2017. Crude oil is naturally occurring liquid form of petroleum, which is refined into other oil products such as petrol, paraffin, and diesel oil. It is stored in different type of storage tanks such as atmospheric storage tanks, open top tanks, and fixed roof storage tanks. Furthermore, the naphtha segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2017 to 2023, and is anticipated to continue its dominance during the forecast period.

The utilization rate of carbon steel-based storage tanks was high in 2016. However, fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) segment is expected to grow at a highest CAGR during the forecast period, owing to the fact that FRP-based storage tanks are corrosion resistant, lightweight, easy to handle, leak proof, and require low maintenance.
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On the basis of product, the fixed roof tanks segment occupied the largest share of about more than two-fifths share in 2016, in terms of revenue. The floating roof tanks segment is expected to grow at a highest CAGR of during the forecast period.
The key players of this market include Royal Vopak N.V., Kinder Morgan, Inc., Oiltanking GmbH (Marquard & Bahls), Buckeye Partners L.P., NuStar Energy L.P., International-Matex Tank Terminals, Inc., Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P., Energy Transfer Partners, LP., and Odfjell SE.

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Key Findings of the North America Oil Storage Market:
• The diesel segment accounted for around one-sixth share by volume of the North America oil storage market in 2016.
• The kerosene segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% by revenue from 2017 to 2023.
• The steel segment accounted for around one-third share by volume of the North America oil storage market in 2016.
• Canada accounted for around one-fourth share by volume of the North America oil storage market in 2016.
• Mexico is expected to grow at the highest CAGR by revenue from 2017 to 2023.

U.S. was the leading revenue contributor to the North America oil storage market in 2016, registering a CAGR of 4.4% during the forecast period. This is attributed to the presence of large number of key players and upsurge in demand for oil products across the country. However, Mexico is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the study period, due to increase in use of oil products and rise in import export facilities.

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TechnologyCatalogue.com Welcomes Joe Dischinger as US Partner

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DELFT, ZUID-HOLLAND, NETHERLANDS, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — TechnologyCatalogue.com, the fastest-growing technology platform in the Energy industry, announced today that they have joined forces with Joe Dischinger to accelerate the uptake of technology and expand TechnologyCatalogue.com offerings to the United States Market.

Dischinger brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He has worked in various leadership positions at ExxonMobil. In his previous roles, he held the position of Disruptive Technology Advisor for Upstream Research and Technology Development. He managed the global geoscience technology portfolio, focused on innovation and next-generation upstream technologies, as well as, implemented a global geoscience technology strategy for enterprise-scale deployment.

“The US technology sector represents a vast array of opportunities that can fundamentally change the energy industry. Energy operators have a strong desire for technologies that reduce global carbon impact, reduce cost, and improve operations.

US technology Suppliers offer many of the solutions needed, but often lack the insight to best deploy those solutions in an Operator’s business model. Frequently these two groups are either unfamiliar with each other or find it extremely challenging to stay abreast of each other’s needs and offerings.

TechnologyCatalogue.com can help bridge the gap between Suppliers and Operators by providing a common platform and virtual expo to merge visions and accelerate transformation”, said Dischinger

Erik Nijveld, Co-founder and Managing Partner of TechnologyCatalogue.com, said, “TechnologyCatalogue.com is growing very rapidly, and the consistent feedback that we receive from our customers is that this platform is a gamechanger for accelerating the deployment of technology. We’re very excited to have Joe Dischinger on board. Joe’s depth of experience and knowledge will complement our growing partnerships and help us expand into the United States Market.”

TechnologyCatalogue.com makes finding technology in the energy industry as easy as finding a restaurant and provide access to all required support to get the technology deployed! Since the launch of TechnologyCatalogue.com in 2018, more than 40,000 unique users have accessed the platform. There are more than 300 registered technologies that can be used across different industries.

In addition to the global platform that is publicly available, the company also delivers customized ring-fenced versions only accessible to your own employees.
With this service, there is no longer a need to build and maintain your own technology catalogue. It gives you the tools to select the most relevant technologies from TechnologyCatalogue.com and supplement the external reviews with your own views. Extra modules selected from our ‘Innovation Lab’ can be added to streamline the technology deployment delivery, all based on tens of years of hands-on and strategic experience with technology deployment.

“I have spent a career seeking out innovation with the potential to transform the energy industry and recognize one of the most challenging aspects is effectively deploying and managing technology to maximize your investment for competitive advantage.

A ring-fenced area of TechnologyCatalogue.com gives full access to a large and ever-growing overview of technologies, whereby the content is kept up-to-date by suppliers and selection can be done based on references and reviews.

By having access to external and internal reviews, it can help in the decision process. It gives operators the confidence to deploy the right technology to the right places within their own company, and it helps to facilitate knowledge sharing within the organization”, said Dischinger.

Joining TechnologyCatalogue.com is simple and FREE! Suppliers can add their technologies for FREE, and end-users can access the content for FREE. To learn more about the platform, visit TechnologyCatalogue.com

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TechnologyCatalogue.com is the fastest-growing technology platform that aims to connect Energy companies with innovative technology. We make finding technology in the energy industry as easy as finding a restaurant and provide access to all required support to help you position your technology for success and get deployment done. Over the years, we’ve facilitated more than >1000 use cases of technology for tens of different operators.

Next to the global platform, the company also delivers customized versions of the platform for specific audiences. One example is the Netherlands Energy Technology Platform, which was launched at the request of RVO (Netherlands Enterprise Agency) and Dutch Consulates, for export promotion. Another example is the recently launched UK Energy Technology Platform, uk.energytechnologyplatform.com. For more information, email us at info@technologycatalogue.com

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StrongLink Wins 150PB Data Management Project for the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ)

StrongLink software logo, now with optional LTFS support.

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StrongLink will enable DKRZ to automate 120PB per year of HPC workflows plus the migration of 150PB from its legacy HPSS system to LTFS.

As DKRZ will increase its supercomputing power, their data needs continue to grow to advance cutting edge climate science research. We are thrilled to assist in this important work.”

— Floyd Christofferson, CEO of StrongBox Data Solutions

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — StrongBox Data Solutions (SBDS), the leading provider of autonomous large scale data management and archive solutions, announced today it was awarded a five-year contract to implement a new data management system for DKRZ, to expand the Center’s critical climate science research data services. The project will be driven by SBDS’s flagship StrongLink software, and will replace the existing HPSS HSM with a new system based upon open standard LTFS and S3, providing researchers with seamless access to 150PB of legacy research data. In addition, StrongLink will also automate multi-tier storage workflows, virtualizing flash, disk, and LTFS tape to support at least 120PB per year of new HPC research data flows.

Leveraging StrongLink’s powerful metadata-driven workflow engines, the new system will enable DKRZ to maintain daily production access to all data, even after the HPSS system has been decommissioned. Users will continue to access data as before, with StrongLink presenting a global normalized view of all data across all storage types.

"This new system will enable DKRZ to expand and modernize essential data services to our research community, while also seamlessly transitioning to a new open-standard platform that can grow as we do." said Prof. Thomas Ludwig, CEO at DKRZ. “This will provide a solid foundation to ensure researchers have on-going access to the critical data needed for climate modeling and improved climate projections.”

StrongLink will be deployed in a scale-out architecture to prioritize 120PB per year in frontside production workflows between existing Tier-0 HPC storage and the new multi-tier system. To do this, StrongLink’s metadata-driven workflow engines will virtualize 1PB of new high-performance Tier-1 cache, and the five legacy Tier-2 tape libraries, automating both day-to-day tiering operations plus the background HPSS-to-LTFS migration of 150PB of existing data. In all, tape IO will be parallelized across 90 tape drives in the five libraries with together more than 75.000 media slots.

“StrongLink was designed to provide customers like DKRZ with a vendor-neutral platform that could seamlessly automate data management and high speed data movement across otherwise incompatible storage types at any scale,” said Floyd Christofferson, CEO of StrongBox Data Solutions. “As DKRZ will increase its supercomputing power, their data needs continue to grow to advance cutting edge climate science research. We are thrilled to assist in this important work.”

The installation, configuration and project management for the new DKRZ data management system will be provided by Cristie Data GmbH, with headquarters in Niedernberg, Germany. Cristie Data will also provide integration services for all of the hardware needed for the project, including servers for StrongLink software, 1PB of Tier-1 storage, and all networking and other components.

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The German Climate Computing Center (Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum, DKRZ) is a central national service facility for climate and earth system research. Its high-performance computers, data storage and services form the central research infrastructure for simulation-based climate science in Germany. The data management system is one of the largest in the world.
DKRZ provides its resources (computing time, hard-drive storage and archive capacity, consultancy and visualizations) free of charge. Any scientists conducting research in the field of climate and earth system science in Germany, and requiring HPC resources for their work may apply for resources at DKRZ.
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With over 50 years of experience Cristie Data has been providing reliable storage, backup and disaster recovery solutions. Since its founding in Stroud, England, in 1969, Cristie has expanded operations globally with more than 300,000 installations worldwide. Cristie has focused on data management, data storage and data security for over 20 years. From storing data to metadata management. This includes the retrieval of files, e-mail archiving, intelligent storage management as well as long-term archiving and HSM.
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Clean Air Metals adds 10,000m to Drill Program and Announces New Drill Results from Thunder Bay North

Table 1: Assay Results Update – Escape Lake Zone, Thunder Bay North

Table 1: Assay Results Update – Escape Lake Zone, Thunder Bay North

Table 1: Assay Results Update – Escape Lake Zone, Thunder Bay North (continued)

Table 1: Assay Results Update – Escape Lake Zone, Thunder Bay North (continued)

Figure 1: Escape Lake Drill Plan, Thunder Bay North Project

Figure 1: Escape Lake Drill Plan, Thunder Bay North Project

Results including 98.9m of 1.89g/t Palladium, 1.4g/t Platinum, 0.69% Copper, and 0.35% Nickel

Clean Air Metals Inc. (TSX:AIR.V)

The new results continue to confirm dimensions and extend the Escape Lake deposit that remains open to the northwest and southeast.”

— Abraham Drost, CEO

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO, CANADA, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Clean Air Metals Inc. (TSXV: AIR; DB: CKU; OTCQB: CLRMF) is pleased to announce new assay results from the drilling campaign currently underway at the Company’s 100%-owned Thunder Bay North Project.

All seven holes drilled hit the mineralized zone and include the following highlights:

• From Hole ELR20-020 which intersected 20.0m of 2.62g/t Palladium (Pd), 2.02g/t Platinum (Pt), 0.88% Copper (Cu) and 0.45% Nickel (Ni) from 391.7-411.7m downhole. A higher-grade intercept included within this interval returned 6.0m of 3.72 g/t Palladium (Pd), 2.65 g/t Platinum (Pt), 1.25% Copper (Cu) and 0.87% Nickel (Ni) from 392.7-398.7m downhole.

• From Hole ELR20-022 which intersected 23.6m of 2.82 g/t Palladium (Pd), 2.18 g/t Platinum (Pt), 0.96% Copper (Cu) and 0.50% Nickel (Ni) from 386.5-410.0m downhole. A higher-grade intercept included within this interval returned 9.6m of 3.93 g/t Palladium (Pd), 3.05 g/t Platinum (Pt), 1.31% Copper (Cu) and 0.67% Nickel (Ni) from 392.2-401.8m downhole.

• From Hole ELR20-025 which intersected 98.9m of 1.89g/t Palladium (Pd), 1.40g/t Platinum (Pt), 0.69% Copper (Cu) and 0.35% Nickel (Ni) from 324.4m-423.25m downhole. This intercept represents the broadest mineralized intercept to-date in the Escape Lake mineralized system. A higher-grade intercept included within this interval returned 19.2m of 4.09g/t Pd, 2.90g/t Pt, 1.42% Cu and 0.75% Ni from 392.5m-411.8m downhole.

• Hole ELR20-28 also assayed 39.2m of 1.94g/t Palladium (Pd), 1.60g/t Platinum (Pt), 0.99% Copper (Cu) and 0.61% Nickel (Ni) from 395.0m-434.1m downhole, including 21.7m of 3.70g/t Palladium (Pd), 2.69g/t Platinum (Pt), 1.40% Copper (Cu) and 0.89% Nickel (Ni) from 398.1-419.8m downhole.

Notable results from all holes, ELR20-019, -020, -021, -022, -023, -025 and -028 in the Escape Lake Intrusion portion of the Project (“Escape Lake”), complement those previously announced on June 17, June 29, July 15, August 20 and September 30, 2020 (Table 1; Figure 1). As a result of the encouraging results from the program so far, the Company is extending the program by 10,000m that will increase the present drill program to 30,000m at Thunder Bay North.

The additional drilling will include increased diameter HQ drill bulk sampling in 10 short holes for pilot scale metallurgical bench testing purposes at the Current Lake deposit, under the supervision of Nordmin Engineering (“Nordmin”) (as announced August 11-20). Clean Air Metals has also generated several discrete, low resistivity, high conductivity anomalies from the recent magnetotelluric survey in the Current Lake and Escape Lake intrusion feeder zone areas, which it intends to drill test.

Abraham Drost, CEO of Clean Air Metals stated that “the new results continue to confirm dimensions and extend the Escape Lake deposit that remains open to the northwest and southeast. This has implications for upside tonnage potential as part of the upcoming mineral resource evaluation by Nordmin Engineering at both the Current Lake and Escape Lake deposits. The Current Lake Deposit is being evaluated by Nordmin as a ramp accessible, underground high-grade selective extraction operation. The Escape Lake magma conduit is being looked at a potential future source of feed. With the emerging greenfields exploration play being generated with magnetotelluric survey techniques, the Thunder Bay North asset is quickly becoming a “three in one” project situation with a number of possibilities to increase shareholder value (Figure 2).”

COVID Policy

Clean Air Metals has adopted COVID-19 avoidance and personal protection measures for its geological staff, drilling contractor and service suppliers. Personnel are required to maintain physical distance, use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), self-monitor and self-isolate or elect to work from home. Management had previously eliminated plans for a camp setup to service a planned diamond drill campaign on the Escape Lake Project. The Company is aware of Thunder Bay Health Unit guidelines that provide for “mandatory” self-isolation for returning overseas travel. The guidelines also “strongly recommend” self- monitoring and self-isolation as needed after travel into the Northwest region from other areas of the Province and interprovincially. Mineral Exploration and Development has been deemed an essential service in the Province of Ontario (http://www.netnewsledger.com/2020/03/23/ontario-covid-19-business-allowed-to-remain-open-list-march-23-2020/ ). The Company has procured the services of a locally staffed and serviced diamond drilling contractor to complete the diamond drilling program.

Qualified Person

Mr. Allan MacTavish, P.Geo. a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101 and VP, Project Manager of the Company, has reviewed and approved all technical information in this press release.

Social Engagement

Clean Air Metals and its wholly-owned subsidiary Panoramic PGMs (Canada) Ltd. acknowledge that the Escape Lake and Thunder Bay North Properties are on the traditional territories of the Fort William First Nation, Red Rock First Nation and Biinjitiwabik Zaaging Anishinabek, signatories to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850. The parties have entered into a Communication Protocol and are committed to ongoing updates and dialogue around the Thunder Bay North Project.

About Clean Air Metals Inc.

Clean Air Metals' flagship asset is the 100% owned, high grade Thunder Bay North Project, a platinum, palladium, copper, nickel project located near the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario and the Lac des Iles Mine owned by Impala Platinum. The Clean Air Metals project hosts the Current Lake deposit and magma conduit and the Company is actively exploring the Escape Lake deposit, a twin structure to the Current Lake deposit. Executive Chairman Jim Gallagher and CEO Abraham Drost lead an experienced team of explorers, researchers and engineers who are using the Norilsk magma conduit stratigraphic and mineral deposit model to guide ongoing exploration and development studies. As the former CEO of North American Palladium Ltd. which owned the Lac des Iles Mine prior to the sale to Impala Platinum in December 2019, Jim Gallagher and team are credited with the mine turnaround and creation of significant value for shareholders.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
"Abraham Drost"
Abraham Drost, Chief Executive Officer of Clean Air Metals Inc.

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Torq Commodities Adopts Satoshi Systems’ Minerva (CTRM) Platform to Digitalise Their Trading and Business Workflows

Satoshi Systems provides SaaS solutions for commodity supply chain partners helping them digitize their end to end operations with an objective to increase efficiency, overall sustainability and ease of trade finance.

Satoshi Systems to Implement Minerva CTRM for Torq Commodities

Implementation of Minerva will digitalise TORQ's business processes and increase operations efficiency through various existing and custom built modules.

The system does everything our company needs, plus there are additional cutting
edge features which allows our team around the world to be connected.”

— Thomas Onyeador, Senior Commodity Trader, Torq Commodities

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, October 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Torq Commodities is an international commodity trading company with presence in Asia, the Middle East and
Sub-Saharan African countries, trading agri commodities, energy, minerals and metals.  
It is our pleasure to announce that Satoshi has been selected by Torq Commodities as its
CTRM+ERP provider. Satoshi would like to thank Torq Commodities for their trust
in CTRM Minerva.

"We chose Satoshi because the system is intuitive, well thought out and
extremely well tested,” said Thomas Onyeador, Senior Commodity Trader, Torq Commodities.
"After the first presentation we could tell the team’s years of experience in CTRM shone through.
The system does everything our company needs and more, plus there are additional cutting
edge features which allows our team around the world to be connected and in full control of our
risk anytime, anywhere."
 
Saurabh Goyal, Founder and CEO, Satoshi Systems, added that “Minerva is a complete
CTRM+ERP solution designed specifically for mid and small segment physical commodity
traders and developed on the award winning Acumatica xRP platform. This allows our user not
just core functionalities such as Purchase, Sales, Inventory, Trade Finance and Risk
Management but also seamless access to other corporate functionalities such as Accounting,
CRM, Field Service, Project Management, and more.”
 
“We are pleased to see our partnership with Satoshi Systems starting to bear fruit so quickly,”
said Christian Lindberg, VP of Partner Development for Acumatica. “We are excited to help
Satoshi Systems develop and grow Minerva on our xRP platform, and believe that Minerva has
all the potential to become the global CTRM+ERP systems provider to the $4.5Trillion
International Commodity Trading Industry.”
 
ABOUT SATOSHI: Satoshi Systems work with emerging technologies such as Cloud, DLT, AI
and IoT to digitize the physical commodity supply chain management. Our systems promote
sustainability, improve efficiencies, increase transparency and facilitate trade finance particularly
for the SMEs in the physical commodity trading industry.

Saurabh Goyal (CEO)
Satoshi Systems Limited
+44 7957 165001
info@satoshi.ltd
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Penflex Joins Greater Houston Partnership to Help Support City’s Economic Trajectory

Penflex 3-Inch Inconel Assemblies

Penflex 3-Inch Inconel Assemblies

P3 Series Flexible Metal Hose

P3 Series Flexible Metal Hose

Penflex Universal Expansion Joint

Penflex Universal Expansion Joint

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, October 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Penflex Corporation, a global leader in the design and manufacture of flexible piping solutions, is excited to join the Greater Houston Partnership.

“The Greater Houston Partnership represents 1,100 companies across the Houston region working together to make this an even better place to live, work and build a business. We are proud to welcome Penflex as a member to help continue this mission,” said Nichelle Poindexter, Vice President of Membership for the Greater Houston Partnership.

With a customer base that spans industrial markets—from oil and gas to power generation and beyond—Houston has long played an important role in the growth of Penflex’s business. Company leaders are eager to reciprocate.

Earlier this year, the business opened its new warehouse in Houston. “With a physical presence, we now have access to the kind of talent that will help our business grow,” said Chris Cooper, Penflex Houston’s warehouse manager. “Upskilling welders and cross-training engineers are top priorities for us as we develop products to better serve traditional industries while also looking to spur innovation within companies that are redefining the energy sector.”

“We’re excited to be part of the Greater Houston Partnership and look forward to furthering the organization’s aims while meeting other business leaders equally dedicated to seeing this city thrive,” added Penflex President Nate Barker.

About Penflex

Penflex Corporation is a leading manufacturer of flexible metal hose and braid serving industrial sectors around the world. In addition to its signature metal hose and braid, Penflex offers expansion joints, assemblies, metal hose fittings, ferrules, weld wire and welding turntables and additional services such as failure analysis and specialized welder training. Based in Gilbertsville, PA, Penflex maintains warehouses in Houston, Atlanta and Chicago and operates a second manufacturing facility in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to serve the Asia Pacific market.

Lexie Barker
Penflex Corporation
+1 610-662-9556
abarker@penflex.com


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Liquid Argon Market 2020 Global Industry Sales, Supply, Consumption, Analysis and Forecasts to 2026

Global Liquid Argon Market Insights 2020

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish Market Research Report On-“Liquid Argon Market 2020 Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities and Growth, Forecast 2026”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, October 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Liquid Argon Market 2020

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This report gives all information about this Liquid Argon market's valuable vendors, strategies adopted by them, their product uniqueness, pricing policies, etc. It also gives knowledge about how they satisfy their customers and maintaining their growth.

The top players covered in Liquid Argon market are:
Air Liquide
Prax Air
Air Products
The Linde Group
Messer
Yingde Gases Group
BAOWU
TAIYO NIPPON SANSO

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points

1 Market Overview
1.1 Liquid Argon Product Introduction (Definition, Market Development & History, Type)
1.1.1 Liquid Argon Definition
1.1.2 Liquid Argon Market Development & History
1.1.3 Liquid Argon Type
1.1.3.1 3N
1.1.3.2 4N
1.1.3.3 5.5N
1.1.3.4 Others
1.2 Liquid Argon Segment by Application and Downstream Consumers
1.3 Industry Environment
1.3.1 Policy Environment
1.3.2 Economics Environment
1.3.3 Sociology Environment
1.3.4 Technology
1.3.5 Similar Industries Market Status
1.3.6 Major Regions Development Status
1.3.7 Industry News Analysis
1.4 Market Trends
1.5 Market Influence Factor
1.6 Marketing Strategy
1.7 Investment Opportunity
1.7.1 Industry Investment Opportunity
1.7.2 Regional Investment Opportunity
1.7.3 Risk Analysis
…..

3 Liquid Argon Major Manufactures Profile
3.1 Air Liquide
3.1.1 Basic Information
3.1.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.1.3 Business Region Distribution
3.1.4 SWOT Analysis
3.2 Prax Air
3.2.1 Basic Information
3.2.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.2.3 Recent Developments
3.2.4 SWOT Analysis
3.3 Air Products
3.3.1 Basic Information
3.3.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.3.3 Business Region Distribution
3.3.4 SWOT Analysis
3.4 The Linde Group
3.4.1 Basic Information
3.4.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.4.3 Business Region Distribution
3.4.4 SWOT Analysis
3.5 Messer
3.5.1 Basic Information
3.5.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.5.3 Business Region Distribution
3.5.4 SWOT Analysis
3.6 Yingde Gases Group
3.6.1 Basic Information
3.6.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.6.3 Business Region Distribution
3.6.4 SWOT Analysis
3.7 BAOWU
3.7.1 Basic Information
3.7.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.7.3 Business Region Distribution
3.7.4 SWOT Analysis
Continued…..

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