VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 19, 2022 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Trillion Energy, Silver Bullet Mines, Clean Air Metals, Mullen Group and Psyence Group discussing their latest news.
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Trillion Energy (CSE:TCF) reflects on its successes in 2022 and discusses what lies ahead
Trillion Energy has an ambitious development strategy, with 17 new natural gas wells planned to be drilled between 2022-2024. Q1, 2023, is expected to be the company's strongest production quarter to date. VP of Corporate Development Colin Robson joined Daniella Atkinson to highlight the company's accomplishments in 2022 and discuss what lies ahead.
Silver Bullet Mines (TSXV:SBMI) to resume development of Buckeye Silver Mine
Silver Bullet Mines (SBMI) has announced plans to resume the development of its Buckeye Mine in Arizona. The company plans to extract a bulk sample of mineralized material from the area of the Buckeye Silver Mine known as the Treasure Room. Peter Clausi, VP of Capital Markets, sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the update.
Clean Air Metals (TSXV:AIR) closes first tranche of $15M mineral royalty financing agreement
Clean Air Metals (AIR) has closed the first tranche of a C$15-million mineral royalty financing agreement with Triple Flag Precious Metals Corp. The TF Royalty Agreement includes a 2.5 per cent NSR for all mineral products produced on the Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project. CEO and Director Abraham Drost sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.
Mullen Group (TSX:MTL) reports sale of additional non-core asset
Mullen Group has closed a purchase and sale agreement with a third party. Mullen Group agreed to sell an operating terminal and 4.5 acres of land in B.C. Senior Accounting Officer Carson Urlacher sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.
Psyence (CSE:PSYG) and Filament Health (NEO:FH) announce licensing agreement of psilocybin capsules for palliative care
Filament Health Corp. (FH) and Psyence Group (PSYG) announced the conclusion of a royalty-bearing, worldwide commercial licensing agreement. The agreement grants Psyence the worldwide right to commercialize Filament's natural psilocybin drug candidate, PEX010, for palliative care. Dr. Neil Maresky, Chief Executive Officer of Psyence, sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the partnership with Filament Health.
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