VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / January 11, 2023 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Clean Air Metals, POET Technologies, Giyani Metals, Nevada Lithium and Headwater Gold discussing their latest news.
The Power Play by The Market Herald provides investors with a quick snapshot of what they need to know about the company’s latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.
Clean Air Metals (TSXV:AIR) names prime engineering consultant for Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project PFS
BBA E&C Inc. has been selected by Clean Air Metals (AIR) as the prime engineering consultant on the Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project. The company will lead the execution of the remaining pre-feasibility study (PFS) work packages. Abraham Drost, Chief Executive Officer of Clean Air Metals, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Abraham Drost and to learn about Clean Air Metals, click here.
POET Technologies (TSXV:PTK) announces production release of four optical engines
POET (PTK) is announcing the production release of four optical engines for 100G, 200G and 400G for the telecom and data center markets. At least four clients are working with the company and partner Super Photonics to internally qualify the products in advance of purchase orders. Vivek Rajgarhia, POET’s President and General Manager, spoke with Sabrina Cuthbert about the news.
For the full interview with Vivek Rajgarhia and to learn about POET, click here.
Giyani (TSXV:EMM) provides company updates
Giyani is a mineral resource company focused on becoming one of Africa’s first low-carbon producers of high-purity manganese sulphate precursor material. The company recently announced the results of a feasibility study for its flagship K. Hill project. VP Of Business Development George Donne sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to provide company updates.
For the full interview with George Donne and to learn about Giyani, click here.
Iconic Minerals (TSXV:ICM) and Nevada Lithium (CSE:NVLH) consolidated ownership interest in the Bonnie Claire Project
Iconic Minerals (ICM) and Nevada Lithium Resources (NVLH) have signed a letter of intent dated January 6, 2023. Nevada Lithium and Iconic will consolidate 100 per cent interest in the Bonnie Claire Lithium project located in Nye County, Nevada. Stephen Rentschler, CEO of Nevada Lithium, discussed the news with Sabrina Cuthbert.
For the full interview with Stephen Rentschler and to learn about Nevada Lithium Resources, click here.
Headwater Gold’s (CSE:HWG) initial assays report high-grade gold from multiple veins
Headwater Gold (HWG) reported initial assay results of one of its drillhole cores from its Spring Peak project in Nevada’s Aurora Mining District. Using both core and RC drilling, the company completed 3,173 meters of drilling through the entire 2022 program. Caleb Stroup, CEO of Headwater Gold, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss this news.
For the full interview with Caleb Stroup and to learn about Headwater Gold, click here.
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