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    China is to purchase more from us as they don't have quality coal and we have a deficit with them....

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    $FYI - Energy Storage News - 5/22/2019 Some of todays articles; Europe elections: Tech neutral approach, fair ...

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    For the most part, I thought the May 15th summit entitled “Bear Market Survival Event” was quite good. In the first ...

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    Ditto, this $28 metallurgical coal producer (HCC) has paid out over $20 in (special) dividends over the last 2.5 - 3 yea...

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    how do i get a coal contract or claim...

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    I'm new to investing in "coal contracts." Is a coal contract the same as a share in a col company or a say a bundle of ...

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    Interestingly enough coal did in fact move when the Trump / China tariff news was announced. I caught something on the ...

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    Ii usually keep quiet, but since you mention getting educated, your comment has some incorrect facts. Many solar panel...

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    I would feel better that Ford will bring back the Edsel than coal making a major comeback. Just sayin....

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    Could I add some honest info on this subject.....Please. Trump does NOT love coal.....Trump loves the JOBS it provides!!...

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    If hellbent on coal, might take a look at ARLP. Positive direction on revenue & profits, albeit only last 18 months...

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    I'm going right out and sell all my cloud software stocks and REITs and semiconductor stocks and renewable energy stocks...

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    “With coalmines based in Ohio and Wyoming, this company produced $7.4 million tons of coal last year." that doesn't ma...

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    Dont count coal out mine Alabama mining clean coal symbol HCC doing incredibly well with a dividend check it out....

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    Your sleuthing prowess is exceeded only by your sharp analysis Travis. And thanks to both of those, we the readers can g...

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    ''…Coal? You got to be kidding! In 2019?! What next will be touted?…Kodak film?…a manufacturer for floppy discs, f...

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    I live in Southern IL and am very familiar with FELP. I wouldn't touch them with a 10 ft pole, although they do ship mos...

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    ...Coal? You got to be kidding! In 2019?! What next will be touted?...Kodak film?...a manufacturer for floppy discs, f...

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    $HCC is a name that I am looking/hoping will be issuing another special dividend soon. They have had a couple I think th...

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    Conceptually, hydrogen is the BEST fuel for mobile applications. We see this in the trend since fire was first used: woo...

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    Hi: i don't beleive in global warming caused by incresed carbon dioxide levels either and I believe Coal, Oil And Gas w...

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    Twin Morons Jeff Immelt and Bob Nardelli had more to do with GE's failures. Specifically in Immelt's case a 14th century...

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    I also received this teaser from James Altucher , called Mine-shaft Millions. He is the founding Member of a publication...

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    Haven't read the whole article because the French are the European Leader in Nuclear, not Germany who shutdown many of t...

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    So what is "Brandt oil"? Coal gasification used by Germany in WWII from South Africa originally? Named after Willie Bran...

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    The jadarite deposit in Serbia is not a "hard rock" deposit, it is actually a paleo salar (ie. evaporite) in sediments ...

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    HN: While I applaud the effort you have put into this research, I cant quite work out what point youre trying to make. C...

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    scubasteven: your earlier post seems to have vanished ''Author: scubasteven Comment: I work at a coal plant that is c...

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    MGX coves a lot of targets I do not have otherwise...lithium, vanadium/petcoke, coal, magnesium, etc.. Also the oil wa...

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    Travis, once again, you the man man! You dig deeper than Chinese coal miners to get to the motherlode! I really apprecia...

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    The more things change, the more they stay the same. An old saying that still holds truth today. Clearly, artisianal...

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    westtexaslawrence, the reason is because polysilicon is produced from raw metallic silicon using electricity and hydroch...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Not a lot of gold in Altius, more copper and coal and potash these days... but there has certainly been opportunity to "...

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    There is no link yet. I am predicting there will be one shortly. Friedland owns majority of Pu Neng. Pu Neng is a ...

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    Griffin, it is a pretty far out speculation but I do suspect that modular production of Clean Teq installations will bec...

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    One of my crazier speculations is that CLQ will be able to manufacture the major components of these Clean iX recovery m...

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    Dungac, think about all the coal waste. Coal has been mined for 150 or 200 years or more. The industry is dying. I...

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    One other thing about engineering expertise. This type of expertise can be important; in the case of Clean Teq, one ...

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    Setting investment pros and cons aside, I have serious engineering reservations of Robinson's hype, such as "With NanoCr...

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    From GreenTeck media: TOP ENERGY STORAGE NEWS FROM GTM: Summary of articles: (I wasn't able to add them as links,sor...

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    Across the street from the end of our driveway is a house with solar panels on the roof which charge 2 Tesla PowerWall b...

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    Cowboy, use your judgment. Some of the MGX initiatives might not have anything to do with batteries...such as a developm...

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    HN - Barker's Sparton e-mail address is monitored by a webmaster; he doesn't get them immediately, but assured me they w...

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    Remember most of Tesla's Products to be fully functional Still rely on coal, Gas, petroleum and nuclear power! So whe...

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    arch-uno: Some points you address. Yes, Clean Teq lists vanadium as a recoverable metal. On their website under the "...

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    I think both can be and are likely to be big winners. But I do not see anything really synergistic between Pu Neng and...

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    Spot on. A good summation of the opportunities at MGX. Very good. And he does not really add in the potential of th...

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    Most generation is fossil fuel, be it natural gas, coal, fuel oil and then there is nuclear generation. Think of the siz...

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    In one of the articles in Northern Miner it stated that Vanspar or Sparton or Barker, can't remember which, had a pate...

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    Your caution on this is has a good basis. I am not trying to persuade you otherwise. It is possible that they ar...

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    Here is the text, without links, that I tried to post yesterday. Will try to provide the missing links separately: $...

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    niiz, I repeat: Why would Robert Friedland be in negotiations with two Chinese coal mines ?...

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    Niiz, I could be wrong, I am just surmising. But you tell me, why would Friedland be in negotiations with two Chinese co...

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    Cleanteq is the company that has the technology is to extract the vanadium from coal ash and Clean Teq has the technol...

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    $CTEQF long Thanks, but I'm still not sure I see the connection between CTEQF and Friedland's looking for coal in Chi...

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    Niiz, yes I am pretty sure that Cleanteq will be a major supplier of vanadium to Pu Neng. This is speculation based on t...

  • arch1

    Really All power plants can benefit from storage. Peaking power ie that extra capacity needed to supply maximum demand...

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    $SRI (tsx-v) $SPNRF (otc) Sparton Resources....took a full position in Sparton Resources at 8 cents. For me it as a va...

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    By 2030 there might be hydrogen fuel cells doing something. In any case 12 years is awfully far in advance to be mak...

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    dungac, re: vanadium My understanding is that Friedland is in negotiations with two big Chinese coal producers; that va...

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    You are welcome, dungac. I mentioned it before, but the same conservative advisor put me into some coal bonds which ...

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    Thanks to Glenn, for his kind referral. The retinal prosthesis being developed by second sight has many different pa...

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    John and ben Thank you. A good case can be made that much of the warming since 1970's is due to cleaning up pollution an...

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    I like the Oxford Bond Advantage and Steve McDonald's picks. The interest payments on the bonds are a welcome site when ...

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    rubberworm...I suspect that is why Friedland has shown interest in two Chinese coal companies. We know for sure is i...

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    Looks to be article is about mining the coal itself. Was thinking CLQ may be looking at fly ash. Wonder whar other eleme...

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    SoGiAm, the answer to your question above I believe is Sherritt International Corporation (No position) I have not d...

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    When I listened to it no way did my mind do what your mind did. Just went back now and can see why one might think what ...

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    Hi Coyote, I suspect that Friedland's announced interest in two Chinese coal plants has to do with clean-up AND trace...

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    I was on one of Wyatt's telecoms recently and as soon as they started pushing coal as a place to invest, I dropped off t...

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    Old tires? You may be interested in this guy - he has made batteries and super capacitors with old tires. His concepts a...

  • arch1

    Some time ago I posted a comment on big number theory and science by consensus. Here is info on education that can apply...

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    Renby... they sure accomplished an awful lot this quarter. Hadn't heard about the coal projects, either. These thing...

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    I don't see Morgan Stanley logic. ICE autos will be replaced with EV autos, coal cars haven't been upgraded to haul coal...

  • SoGiAm

    Morgan Stanley Warns the Strong Rail Ride Is Over -- Market Talk Morgan Stanley warns of looming weakness in railroad s...

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    arch1, you may be correct about EV's being a net user of energy, and battery useage may put more pressure on existi...

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    That's kind of what I thought the situation was with coal and NG power plants. I agree the electrical grid needs more c...

  • arch1

    NG is replacing coal on a little over a one to one basis,just keeping up with demand. Studies have been run a few years...

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    Arch1, How many coal plants are being replaced by natural gas? I don't think there is enough known about the current ...

  • arch1

    I will continue to state that the real constraint to EV will be lack of generating capacity. Coal plants are still being...

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    My Nismo Leaf kicks butt on my '09 Challenger RT for instant throttle torque, I charge overnight at home for the same j...

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    Yelpik---The last time I investigated the progress of lack of it, the NRC, which is a wart on the ass of progress, has...

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    Americans like big fast cars and pick-up trucks, the roar of a powerful engine. There is a certain crowd that will embra...

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    The competition to the Jupiter Engine is zero emission coal fired power plants wherever coal is burned. Before the end o...

  • arch1

    Griffin I think you have caught the scent of possibilities. Coal and iron slag has been a source of cobalt for years as ...

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    In the article I posted today there were several things mentioned that brought CleanTEQ to mind; " Without in any way di...

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    I would appreciate some help locating a list of upcoming catalysts for our favorite stocks. I thought for sure that I...

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    Have a look at DTZ on the ASX dotz nano produce graphene quantum dots have a production facility in US able to produce 1...

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    Dr., you just reminded me of an experience I had in college. I was invited (by a friend) to participate in an overnight ...

  • arch1

    Frankw You are correct. Plant engineers would not believe a Tsunami of that size was possible and for most places in wor...

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    ScorpioRising: $ARCH is a coal miner. Do you mean $ARTH?...

  • arch1

    Leslie7 They stop their thinking in mid sentence,,, when they have the answer they like, without taking all factors int...

  • arch1

    Re diamonds,,, only one problem. Diamonds burn like coal if you get them to kindling temperature and an oxidizer is pres...

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    It's happening. RF in his interview on BNN cited the fact that last year for the first time since the beginning of the i...

  • arch1

    100% agree. And we still waste tons of money on things that are no or low threat. CO2 Grrrr. [gnashing of teeth] I agr...

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    Arch1: Thats the point. The ideal would be to get rid (bury/forget) the lead pipes and renew with plastic. But changing ...

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    Hedy: I wasnt meaning to be rude....sorry. It just seemed so obvious...(to me). Empires rise and fall. People often ask ...

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    Behre Dolbear Weekly Newsletter (long posting - I'd send just a link if I could. Didn't include the commodity price g...

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