TARPON SPRINGS, Fla., Feb. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Thunder Energies Corporation (TNRG) today announced signing a Letter of Intent with a major U. S. mining group to organize the production and sale in Central and South America of the Company's new, real time technology to detect precious metals (http://pubrelco.com/index.php/tec-mining-dns).
Thunder Energies Chief Scientist Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli stated: "I am pleased to report that our cutting edge new technology for the real time detection of precious metals in mining operations has attracted significant interest with a U.S. based mining group and they have signed a Letter of Intent with specific mutual commitments for the sale or lease of our equipment in Central and South America.
“I was also pleased that the mining group saw that our technology can be applied to the presence and concentration of uranium in mining operations,” concluded Dr. Santilli.
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