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Nano One Materials Aiming to Improve Lithium-ion Batteries

At the recent Canadian Investor Conference, the Investing News Network spoke with Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials, about his company's innovative materials manufacturing technology. Although the technology could apply to a variety of different materials, Nano One has chosen to focus specifically on the cost-effective production of nanostructured cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries.

Chris Berry: ‘Production Costs are the Name of the Game’

Chris Berry, president of House Mountain Partners and co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, took some time at the recent Canadian Investor Conference to speak with the Investing News Network about trends in the lithium market. So far this year, Berry hasn't seen many surprises in the lithium space, although he did note that there has been some "upward price pressure" for lithium.

Ross McElroy on Fission’s Latest Assay Results and Upcoming Summer Drill Program

At Canvest, the Investing News Network spoke with Ross McElroy, president and chief geologist for Fission Uranium. The company had just released more assay results from the winter drill program at its PLS property, so naturally McElroy talked about those, noting that they turned out better than Fission had hoped for.

Ross McElroy on Fission’s Latest Drill Results

This week, Fission Uranium released the latest step-out drill results from its Triple R deposit, reporting off-scale radiation on-land 555 meters west of the Triple R deposit. The company was on the show floor at the 2015 PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange, so Resource Investing News caught up with Fission president and COO, Ross McElroy to talk about the results.

Jonny Sultoon Talks Coal Price and Coal Market Outlook at PDAC 2015

At the 2015 PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange, Resource Investing News spoke with Jonny Sultoon, research director for global coal markets at Wood Mackenzie about some of the key factors driving the coal market. Overall, he sees "possible price floors being reached" in 2015, with met coal sitting around $114-$116 per tonne and spot Newcastle thermal coal prices coming in at $62-64 per tonne.