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You could be a country song writer. Take three of your posts as the verses and JMM as the chorus.
Years ago the targets were developing countries, not the US. There were some meetings in Washington that never amounted to anything. This was back when about $3Billion was being allocated each year for clean coal projects (of which CCTC got none). Now that $3B is gone (I think).
I still think that developing countries are the best bet, but the fact that the US is being mentioned is, to me, encouraging. IMO, this is a bet with a high probability of failure, but huge rewards potential. It's one I'm making.
Best of luck and JMM (Just Make Money)
The EPA is already talking about shutting down the power basin because the coal doesn't have the BTU's .The CCTC will bring up BTU and then the cheap coal can still be used. Otherwise only the Appalachian coal will be used in the future. Still hung on that by GOP fight on supreme court decision.
Your right, Will only be talking milestones at this point till testing. Few weeks to go yet
While at first I was hoping that Pristine and the other two products work, it occurred to me that it matters more how well they work. For potential US purchasers, will the products work on a mass scale to either or both, as necessary:
1. satisfy more stringent EPA regulations
2. bring the total cost below where natural gas is to make this coal more profitable than natural gas
For potential purchasers not subject to the EPA and who may or may not have natural gas as an alternative energy source, will the products bring the cost down after taking into account the license fee for the product and/or beat natural gas.
It appears that it is already known that the products work. Now, will anyone buy it?
My guess is that the Oct 13 call will say: we are set up and ready to demonstrate the product to a number of potential purchasers. Seriously doubt it will include some massively wonderful purchase contracts.
Good info, johnny. I think the big money is going to be in China and other developing counties. Their coal is much dirtier and there's less obstacles to get a plant up and running (other than it being a developing country).
Anybody who can force themselves to hold their investment for a couple of years will either see it make them rich or see it go to zero. I'm trying to hold, but I assume there'll be some movement after the 13th and it may be tough to hang in there. Might be a good day to go to the beach.
I'm honored that the "3 old guys" phrase seems to be taking hold :-)
Hopefully, we'll be laughing at that all the way to the bank.
JMM (Just Make Money)
OH I love these guys that talking about their fabricated successes. Tell us all about the 3 old guys and the salaries they haven't been collecting for 5 years. Where's the debt? Please share all of your fabricated number scenarios as well, lol!
i have already been in on this one for 1yr. i got in at .07 so ive have made a few grand. just trying yo get more info. seems like CCTC pays alot of money to its CEOS and for services. 100 million + in debt with no actual revenues. are we just bank rolling these 3 old guys???
A typical (500 megawatt) coal plant burns 1.4 million tons of coal each year. As of 2012, there are 572 operational coal plants in the U.S. with an average capacity of 547 megawatts
The 37 coal-importing states collectively spent $19.4 billion for coal imports in 2012. Eight states spent more than $1 billion each.
If I'm wrong. If I'm right. It's up to you. Don't believe, believe half. I'm confused as to what you are saying. lol