enCore Energy Corp. (TSX-V: EU) (OTC:TGRUF) is a U.S. domestic uranium developer focused on becoming a leading in-situ recovery (ISR) uranium producer. The Company is led by a team of industry experts with extensive knowledge and experience in the development and operations of in situ recovery uranium operations. enCore Energy’s opportunities are created from the Company’s transformational acquisition of its two South Texas production facilities, the changing global uranium supply/demand outlook and opportunities for industry consolidation. These short-term opportunities are augmented by our strong long term commitment to working with local indigenous communities in New Mexico where the company holds significant uranium resources.
Laramide Resources Ltd. engages in the mining, exploration, and development of uranium assets in Australia, Canada, and the United States. It holds 100% interest in the Churchrock Uranium project, the Crownpoint Uranium project, the La Jara Mesa Uranium project, and the La Sal Uranium project located in the United States; and the Westmoreland Uranium project and the Murphy Uranium project located in Australia. The company was incorporated in 1980 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
U3O8 Corp. is a Canadian-based company advancing sequential development of uranium projects in South America with a focus on low-cost production. They have uranium resources in Colombia, Argentina and Guyana including positive metallurgical results from each of these projects. A preliminary economic assessment shows that their Berlin Deposit inColombia could be a very low cash cost uranium project due to revenues from by-products of phosphate, nickel, rare earths (yttrium and neodymium) and other metals while their Laguna Salada Deposit in Argentina is being advanced as a potential near-term, low-cost uranium producer.
Petrolifera was a Calgary-based crude oil and natural gas exploration, development and production company active throughout South America. Petrolifera held interests in approximately six million acres of petroleum and natural gas rights in eleven onshore concessions or licenses in Argentina, Colombia and Peru. PowerOne had been the primary advisor and merchant bank to Petrolifera since its inception which included acting as the advisor to the company on its Initial Public Offering and assisting the company in raising approximately CDN $30 million for exploration. In January 2011, Petrolifera was sold to Gran Tierra Energy Inc. for approximately CAD$195M.
HydroGraph Clean Power Inc is a company that was formed to fund and commercialize a green, cost-effective process to manufacture graphene in bulk, and to create customized graphene solutions for specific applications.
Sometime after inception it was found that hydrogen gas could be produced from a similar process. HydroGraph has received an exclusive worldwide license from a major state university to commercialize their patented detonation process to produce graphene and by extension, hydrogen gas.
3P International Energy Corp. is a Canadian-based company focused on the exploration and development of oil and gas reserves in Eastern Europe. In the Transcarpathian basin of Ukraine, 3P is the 100% owner and operator of a 20-year production licence with a gas producing asset, as well as three exploration licences with exploration targets and a further development opportunity on a total of 300 square kilometres. The Corporation’s strategy is to use proven technology, capital, and expertise to grow the reserves base and build a portfolio of low cost gas production assets in Eastern Europe to capitalize on high regional gas prices. 3P shares are traded on the TSX Venture Exchange under the stock symbol DOH.
Adira Energy Ltd. is an energy company which focuses on exploring for oil and gas offshore in the East Mediterranean. Adira is one of the only TSX.V listed companies with pure, exclusive exposure to the oil & gas discoveries in the region. The Company has working interest and is the operator of three petroleum exploration licenses offshore Israel; the Gabriella, Yitzhak and Samuel Licenses. All of the licenses are close to existing infrastructure, near shore and development is technically routine. The Company follows a disciplined growth strategy to capitalize on the undiscovered oil and gas potential of the East Mediterranean which currently hosts the two largest gas deposits worldwide of the decade.
Brownstone Energy Inc. is a Canadian-based, energy-focused company with direct interests in oil and gas assets around the world. By owning and managing a diversified portfolio of energy-based projects, Brownstone provides shareholders with a unique energy alternative.
Brownstone Ventures Inc. is a Canadian-based, energy focused investment company with equity interests and direct interests in oil and gas exploration projects, including working interests in almost 300,000 acres in the Piceance/Uinta Basins of Colorado and Utah; 295km2 in the Assam/Arakan Basin, Northeast India; 253,000 acres in Rio Negro, Argentina; interests in several projects in Brazil; a 50% interest in approximately 300,000 hectares in the Quebec Lowlands; a 15% participating interest in two off-shore Israel oil and gas blocks; and is earning interests (14-35%) in 4 Colombian blocks in the Llanos basin.
Calypso is a uranium exploration and development company with large highly prospective uranium properties known as the Huemel, Campesino Norte, La Pintada, Rahueco and Central Block located in four regions of Argentina. Calypso has a fully staffed exploration office located in Mendoza, Argentina.
Coastport Capital Inc was a Capital Pool Company to 2Nv04 QT consists of option to acq 50% interest in the San Ramon Project from Radius Gold Inc; must incur an aggregate of US$2,000,000 in exploration expenditures by 1Jl06 to exercise option 2Nv04
Connacher Oil and Gas Limited is a Calgary-based exploration, development and production company active in the production and sale of bitumen in the Athabasca oil sands region. Connacher’s shares used to trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, but it was de-listed in 2016, after filing for insolvency.
Connacher’s principal asset is a 100 percent interest in approximately 500 million barrels of proved and probable bitumen reserves located on the company’s Great Divide oil sands 50 miles south of Fort McMurray, Alberta. The company’s first notional 10,000 bbl/d Steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project at Great Divide, Pod One, commenced commercial production in March 2008, just four short years from our first purchase of lands in the region. Algar, the company’s second notional 10,000 bbl/d SAGD oil sands project at Great Divide was completed in April 2010, ahead of schedule and under budget, with commerciality achieved effective October 1, 2010. In September 2012, Connacher received approval from the Energy Resources Conservation Board for the development of its 24,000 bbl/d Great Divide Expansion Project
Drift Lake Resources is focused on oil and gas exploration and development opportunities in South America. Management has decades of experience in the Company’s focus countries in evaluating hydrocarbon producing basins and identifying exploration opportunities.
Forum Energy Metals Corp. is a Canadian-based mineral resource company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of energy metals: copper, nickel, cobalt, uranium, and palladium. The Company operates mostly in Saskatchewan, Canada?s #1 rated mining jurisdiction. The Company?s technical team are experienced and committed exploration professionals with an established track record of mine discoveries.
Integral Oil Services Inc is engaged in the oil and gas services business in Colombia.
Khan Resources Inc., and its predecessor companies, were involved in the development of the Dornod uranium property in Mongolia since 1995. In July 2009, the Government of Mongolia promulgated its Nuclear Energy law, which among other items, provided the State with 51% of the Dornod property without compensation to prior owners.
Further, in 2010, the Government of Mongolia refused to reissue to Khan the required licenses for the Dornod property which effectively resulted in 100% expropriation of the asset without any compensation. As a result of these actions, Khan launched an international arbitration action against Mongolia for the illegal expropriation of its asset in January, 2011. In March 2015, the international arbitration tribunal rendered an award in favour of Khan of US$80 million plus costs of US$9 million plus interest at LIBOR plus 2% from July 2009 to the date the award is paid. In May 2016, the Company accepted US$70 million from the Government of Mongolia in settlement of all outstanding matters pursuant to the arbitration. In November 2016, the shareholders approved a special resolution for the voluntary liquidation and dissolution of Khan.
Mooncor Oil & Gas Corp. is an exploration-stage company, which is in the process of exploring other opportunities. The Company’s principal assets are oil and natural gas interests, which are not in substantial commercial production. The Company operates through the acquisition, exploration and evaluation of oil and gas interests segment.Its geographical segments are Canadian Operation and US Operation. It has interests in oil and natural gas interests in the Lloydminster area of Alberta, and in the Pondera and Teton Counties in Northwestern Montana in the United States.
Outlook Resources Inc. conducts oil and gas exploration and production activities in Canada. The Company is also considering the possible production of ethanol from agricultural crop residue in Atlantic Canada.
PanWestern Energy Inc. is a Calgary, Alberta based public company, incorporated under the Business Corporations Act (Alberta), engaged in the exploration, development and production of petroleum and natural gas in Canada. The Corporation’s common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol “PW”.
PanWestern has net working interest production rate of approximately 20 to 30 boepd in Alberta and an active farm in agreement in the Milo area of southern Alberta where it has the option to earn 15% in up to 27.5 gross sections of land. PanWestern’s previous interests in helium exploration and exploitation have recently been suspended.
Primary Petroleum Corporation explores and develops for petroleum and natural gas reserves in the United States and Canada. The company holds an operated working interest in approximately 370,000 gross/310,000 net acres in Pondera Teton Prospect located in the southern Alberta Basin in Pondera and Teton Counties. Primary Petroleum Corporation was incorporated in 2004 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.
Primera Energy Resources Ltd. holds an interest in an offshore oil and natural gas prospect offshore Trinidad and Tobago.
Stans Energy Corp. is focused on developing the materials necessary to meet the clean energy demands of the future. Our goal is to build and produce our licensed properties containing rare earths, uranium, and associated metals in the near term. Stans vows to act as a responsible corporate citizen, and is proud to be actively engaged in the world-wide promotion of the PDAC?s Environmental Excellence in Exploration program (e3), which outlines best practice methods, and emphasizes social responsibility. Our company?s growth will come from acquiring, and participating in the development of, resource properties located in areas of the former Soviet Union. We intend to strengthen our business relationships with our world-class scientific and geological partners, and with the end-users of rare elements and uranium.
Titan Uranium Inc. is a mineral exploration company that has an interest in a uranium prospect in Nunavut Territory, Canada. Titan Uranium’s vision is to be a leading mid-tier North-American uranium exploration, development and mining company. Our mission is to create shareholder value by advancing quality projects to production.
Vanoil Energy is a multinational corporation that was active in oil exploration in Kenya and Rwanda but headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. The company was founded in September 2009 as a spin off of Vangold Resources’ oil and gas assets, which at the time consisted of exploration and evaluation rights in Kenya and Rwanda and a farmout agreement on a well in Alberta, though the farmout agreement expired in 2011. The company pursued seismic exploration activities in both Kenya and Rwanda with funds received through stock offerings. Vanoil’s involvement in Rwanda ended in 2013 with the expiry of their exploration and evaluation contract with the Rwanda government. After Kenya refused to extend its agreements with Vanoil’s after they expired Vanoil entered in international arbitration in 2014 seeking compensation for losses. However, on 1 October 2014, Vanoil announced that it had commenced international arbitration against the Government of Kenya