They had the lights on to make the latest 4000 that's out the door for an onshore application per today's PR. ....perhaps follow-on orders in the years to come....
Maybe they need to contact " Hans-Christian Freitag, vice president of technology for the drilling services company Baker Hughes."
I was thinking along these lines for treating all that bad stuff in pits:
On March 3, 2015, the USPTO issued a formal Notice of Allowance for Patent # 8,968,577, which is a process patent for treating fluids. This latest patented invention relates to fluid treatment and, more particularly, to an improved treatment apparatus for destroying aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in fluids used in oil and gas recovery and conditioning of said fluid for reuse.
The treatment system provides a cost efficient and environmentally friendly process and apparatus for cleaning and recycling fluids as contaminated as frac water, used to stimulate gas production from shale formations, as well as other types of fluids having various levels of contaminants such as aerobic and anaerobic bacteria and suspended solids. The calcium carbonate scaling tendency is reduced to an acceptable level without the use of acids, ion exchange materials, or anti scaling chemicals which is of economical and environmental significance and benefit.
As I live and breathe, TRER put out a PR re 60 Minutes and the interview with one of their consultants that appears to have sparked some life in the volume and PPS. Next should be the JV announcement and then a PR on further process results from K-Tek. They persist in hinting that they want to get rid of the property since they obviously can't take the development of it to its full potential by themselves. Hate to say it, but we need some type of crisis to wake up people as to the value in that pile. As always, time will tell.
I could only stick around for the preliminary tease but they said that the F35 fighter takes 1/2 TON of RREs per plane!!! They finished showing an "expert" saying that China is the main supplier and that they could shut off supplies in a minute. TRER is a national treasure, IMO, and I bet their potential JV partner thinks the same thing.
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Natural gas production growth untamed despite fewer rigs
By Alex Chamberlin 18 hours ago
US rig count dips again after a breather (Part 10 of 11)
Since mid-2011, natural gas production has increased, even though there are fewer natural gas-targeted rigs in operation. In February 2015, the US Energy Information Administration (or EIA) released its report Short-Term Energy Outlook. The report noted that dry natural gas production is set to increase to 72.80 billion cubic feet (or Bcf) per day in 2015 and to 74.38 Bcf per day in 2016. In 2014, the EIA expects the US to produce 70.17 Bcf per day of dry natural gas.
As a point of reference, the EIA believes natural gas production averaged an estimated ~69.3 billion Bcf per day during the first half of 2014. In keeping with this trend, US dry natural gas production surged 5% in December 2014 over the previous month.
In contrast, the number of natural gas rigs has continued to decline over the past three years. From ~930 in October 2011, the count is now down to ~268 as of March 6, 2015.
The EIA’s preliminary numbers show that natural gas production growth is set to continue into 1Q15, driven by higher production in the Marcellus Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, and Utica Shale. Some key energy companies that expect to benefit from higher production in these shales include DVN Energy (DVN), EOG Resources (EOG), Cabot Oil & Gas (COG), and Pioneer Natural Resources
Certainly going to help some companies that address waste water cleanup and maybe Ozonix is one of those techs. No more storage of waste water in open pits is one of the opportunities.
hardly budged. another head-fake? time will tell but I would think that the 4/15 date to do the deal might be quite conservative as I'm thinking that K-Tech wants to get the JV done even as they process TRER's stuff at their site while they negotiate. They smell a possible good deal, IMO.
I know I saw an article on HREEs but when and where I don't remember so can't help you.
Yes, it's a 2-way street. Great in an up market for the stock and not good in a down market. I'm in a couple others with a very small floats and just no real push one way or the other. Waiting for news that will get them moving BUT the companies have to have a plan to get the "good news" out to the investing public. Putting out a nice PR to maybe 50 current stockholder readership doesn't do it.
True, but if there was nothing much before the reversal and nothing much afterwards, the PPS eventually craters again.
In 40 year's in the various markets - U.S. and Canadian - I've seen a LOT of them and they almost NEVER work out for the stockholders. The PPS might hold up for a short while but, unless there's really good news near-term, the price will collapse.
A few years ago, I was at a diagnostics convention in Chicago specifically to see another company, Chembio, and afterwards I happened to pass by the NSPH booth so I was standing there looking at their displays when a man approached me and said he was the CEO. As soon I said my name and that I was a stockholder he immediately said no more and walked very quickly away. I believe the initial IPO was in the teens or 20s when nanotechnology was very hot and the PPS was below $5 at that time so he didn't want any part of me. I never bought a share until 2014 when it was ~.75 and sold when it was ~.50. I love nanotechnology but I've been burned in these puppies before ala MHTX and NNAN.