Pia serves as a bridge between sales, clients, and the development team, ensuring that products are delivered on time and on spec. Since moving to Vancouver in 2005, she has been in project and client account management roles, including running web and print campaigns from inception to completion. She was the first production manager at Dig Media in 2008; she left briefly, but rejoined the company in 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of the Philippines.
Aldrin Resource Corp. (TSXV:ALN) announced plans to complete ground geophysical surveys to more precisely define the Anticline Target on the Triple M Property adjacent to Fission Uranium’s high-grade Patterson Lake discovery.
Kivalliq Energy (TSXV:KIV) CEO Jim Paterson talks about how Kivalliq is building value in a difficult market, and news catalysts that investors should watch out for. Mr. Paterson encourages investors in the uranium space, that in the current market, “right now, choices are limited, and secondly, they are all undervalued… they are all on sale.”
David Sadowski of Raymond James Ltd. published, “Results, New Targets Underline Angilak’s District-scale Potential” today, maintaining a C$0.30 target price on Kivalliq Energy (TSXV:KIV). The report highlights Kivalliq’s Angilak project in Nunavut.
Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSEMKT:UUUU,TSX:EFR)reported its financial results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2014. Highlights include: total quarterly revenue of $21.16 million and net income of $3.08 million; and an increase in its working capital position to $45.40 million (compared to $42.3 million at the end of Q2-2014).
In a recent article, Peter Epstein of Myriad Equity mentions that Anfield Resources (TSXV:ARY), “will not be unknown forever as it has one of the most leverage to an increase in uranium prices. The company has only 20 millions shares outstanding. It wouldn’t take much to get this stock rallying.”
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has dismissed Alpha Exploration Inc.’s application for a summary trial against NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSXV:NXE), as well as its application for an injunction restraining NexGen from employing Garrett Ainsworth for a six month period commencing June 2, 2014.