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Dublin, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Facilities Management Outsourcing Market Report - Research & Analysis UK 2020-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Combining the best of both quantitative and qualitative input, this exclusive report is based on industry sales and a wide range of secondary sources. The 200+ page strategic market report includes FM companies with 95 billion in sales in 2020 and considers the impact of COVID-19 and Brexit on the UK FM Market. This 11th edition report illustrates and analyses market size, trends, service mix and end use sector share in the facilities management outsourcing market in 2020, supported by relevant and incisive qualitative discussion on key market influences, M&A activity in 2019/2020, with market forecasts to 2024. 1 page profiles for 100+ leading FM companies are also provided, along with 3 years financial history to illustrate the recent performance of the market. Discussion of the key macro and micro market influences impacting the sector are provided with thought-provoking qualitative comment on future opportunities and threats, including a SWOT & PEST analysis. This report combines the best of both - quantitative data from the industry and relevant and insightful qualitative analysis. Coupled with our price guarantee, we simply can't be beaten on quality of research or price. The Facilities Management Market Report Includes:- * UK Facilities Management Market by Value 2014-2024 * Key Market Trends & Influences Analysis * Product/Service Mix, Market Sizes & Trends 2014-2024 * End Use Sector Share 2014, 2020 & 2024 * 1 Page Profile for 100+ FM Providers - Turnover / Profit Estimates for Each Company, Ranking for Contractors * FM Industry Structure & Detailed Analysis 2014-2024 * NEW for 2020 - 'Ultimate Pack' spreadsheets with market size, sector shares, end use sizes & rankings * SWOT & PEST, Ansoff Growth Prospects, Positive & Negative Influences, Future Prospects for Facilities Management Market * Quantitative market sizes based on industry sales, supported by detailed discussion of market trends, service sector mix, end use sector share, influences & future prospects are provided.Market Size, Trends & Share 2014-2024 for:- * Integrated / Bundled FM; * Contract Catering * Contract Cleaning; * PFI / PPP * Property Maintenance & O&M * Security * End User Market Mix, Demand Trends & Share 2014, 2020 & 2024 Provided for:- * Education * Central & Local Government * Social Housing * Health * Financial / Professional * Transport / Logistics * Utilities * Tech / Communications * Manufacturing * Retail * Property Management * LeisureThis unique report represents a comprehensive yet cost effective tool for understanding the historical, current and future performance of the UK Facilities Management Outsourcing Market. Based on industry sales & primary research & written specifically for material & equipment suppliers and FM contractors, this easy to use, independent market report represents an invaluable tool to increase sales to the Facilities Management Market. The methodology for this report included analysis of sales, profit & balance sheet data from the industry, coupled with primary research information from Government sources, FM companies, manufacturers and other trade sources. This was supported by secondary research from trade journals, company reports, Companies House, Government statistics, trade associations, company websites and existing knowledge in this sector. The report is also unique in that a full year 2019 turnover and profit estimate is provided for every company reviewed.For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/8y2adzAbout ResearchAndMarkets.com ResearchAndMarkets.com is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Global API Testing Market to Reach $2. 1 Billion by 2027. Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for API Testing estimated at US$641. 6 Million in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$2.New York, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global API Testing Industry" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05797904/?utm_source=GNW 1 Billion by 2027, growing at aCAGR of 18.7% over the period 2020-2027. API Testing Tools/Software, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record 17.2% CAGR and reach US$1.3 Billion by the end of the analysis period. After an early analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and its induced economic crisis, growth in the API Testing Services segment is readjusted to a revised 21.2% CAGR for the next 7-year period. The U.S. Market is Estimated at $172.6 Million, While China is Forecast to Grow at 23.8% CAGR The API Testing market in the U.S. is estimated at US$172.6 Million in the year 2020. China, the world`s second largest economy, is forecast to reach a projected market size of US$503.3 Million by the year 2027 trailing a CAGR of 23.8% over the analysis period 2020 to 2027. Among the other noteworthy geographic markets are Japan and Canada, each forecast to grow at 13.6% and 16.5% respectively over the 2020-2027 period. Within Europe, Germany is forecast to grow at approximately 14.7% CAGR.We bring years of research experience to this 9th edition of our report. The 208-page report presents concise insights into how the pandemic has impacted production and the buy side for 2020 and 2021. A short-term phased recovery by key geography is also addressed. Competitors identified in this market include, among others, * CA Technologies, Inc. * Cigniti Technologies Ltd. * IBM Corporation * Infosys Ltd. * Micro Focus International PLC * Oracle Corporation * Parasoft * QualityLogic Inc. * Runscope, a part of CA Technologies * SmartBear Software, Inc. * Tricentis GmbH Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05797904/?utm_source=GNW I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & REPORT SCOPE II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1\. MARKET OVERVIEW Application Programming Interfaces (API) Defined API Testing: A Prelude Types of API Testing Unit Testing Functionality Testing Load Testing Integration Testing End-to-End Testing Performance Testing API Documentation Testing Benefits of API Testing Manual Testing vs. Automated Testing The Need for API Testing Ineffective Testing and its Impact The Testing Pyramid API Testing: Industry Overview While the US Leads the Market, Asia-Pacific Grows the Fastest Global Competitor Market Shares API Testing Competitor Market Share Scenario Worldwide (in %): 2019 & 2025 Impact of Covid-19 and a Looming Global Recession 2\. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS 3\. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS API: Engine of Business Growth API Testing Poised to Outperform Other Forms of Testing Select Innovative Open Source API Testing Tools Postman KarateDSL REST-Assured SoapUI Fiddler API Testing: Drivers and Challenges Select Challenges of API Testing Updating the Schema of API Testing Sequencing the API Calls Testing Parameter Combinations Validating Parameters Tracking System Integration Overcoming API Testing Challenges Setup API Testing and Test Parameter Combinations Follow System Integration Updating API Schema and Sequencing API Calls 4\. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE Table 1: API Testing Global Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Region/Country: 2020-2027 Table 2: API Testing Market Share Shift across Key Geographies Worldwide: 2020 VS 2027 Table 3: API Testing Tools/Software (Component) World Market by Region/Country in US$ Thousand: 2020 to 2027 Table 4: API Testing Tools/Software (Component) Market Share Breakdown of Worldwide Sales by Region/Country: 2020 VS 2027 Table 5: API Testing Services (Component) Potential Growth Markets Worldwide in US$ Thousand: 2020 to 2027 Table 6: API Testing Services (Component) Market Sales Breakdown by Region/Country in Percentage: 2020 VS 2027 Table 7: On-Premises (Deployment) Geographic Market Spread Worldwide in US$ Thousand: 2020 to 2027 Table 8: On-Premises (Deployment) Market Share Distribution in Percentage by Region/Country: 2020 VS 2027 Table 9: Cloud (Deployment) World Market Estimates and Forecasts by Region/Country in US$ Thousand: 2020 to 2027 Table 10: Cloud (Deployment) Market Share Breakdown by Region/Country: 2020 VS 2027 III. MARKET ANALYSIS GEOGRAPHIC MARKET ANALYSIS UNITED STATES Market Facts & Figures US API Testing Market Share (in %) by Company: 2019 & 2025 Market Analytics Table 11: United States API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 12: United States API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 13: API Testing Market in US$ Thousand in the United States by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 14: United States API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 CANADA Table 15: Canadian API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 16: API Testing Market in Canada: Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Component for 2020 and 2027 Table 17: API Testing Market Analysis in Canada in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 18: Canadian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 JAPAN Table 19: Japanese Market for API Testing: Annual Sales Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 20: Japanese API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 21: Japanese Medium & Long-Term Outlook for API Testing Market in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 22: Japanese API Testing Market Percentage Share Distribution by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 CHINA Table 23: Chinese API Testing Market Growth Prospects in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 24: Chinese API Testing Market by Component: Percentage Breakdown of Sales for 2020 and 2027 Table 25: API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in China in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 26: API Testing Market in China: Percentage Share Analysis by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 EUROPE Market Facts & Figures European API Testing Market: Competitor Market Share Scenario (in %) for 2019 & 2025 Market Analytics Table 27: European API Testing Market Demand Scenario in US$ Thousand by Region/Country: 2018-2025 Table 28: European API Testing Market Share Shift by Region/Country: 2020 VS 2027 Table 29: European API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020-2027 Table 30: European API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 31: European API Testing Market Assessment in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 32: API Testing Market in Europe: Percentage Breakdown of Salesby Deployment for 2020 and 2027 FRANCE Table 33: API Testing Market in France by Component: Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand for the Period 2020-2027 Table 34: French API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 35: French API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 36: French API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 GERMANY Table 37: API Testing Market in Germany: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 38: German API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 39: German API Testing Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 40: German API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 ITALY Table 41: Italian API Testing Market Growth Prospects in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 42: Italian API Testing Market by Component: Percentage Breakdown of Sales for 2020 and 2027 Table 43: API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in Italy in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 44: API Testing Market in Italy: Percentage Share Analysis by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 UNITED KINGDOM Table 45: United Kingdom Market for API Testing: Annual Sales Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 46: United Kingdom API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 47: United Kingdom Medium & Long-Term Outlook for API Testing Market in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 48: United Kingdom API Testing Market Percentage Share Distribution by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 SPAIN Table 49: Spanish API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 50: API Testing Market in Spain: Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Component for 2020 and 2027 Table 51: API Testing Market Analysis in Spain in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 52: Spanish API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 RUSSIA Table 53: Russian API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 54: Russian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 55: API Testing Market in US$ Thousand in Russia by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 56: Russian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 REST OF EUROPE Table 57: Rest of Europe API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020-2027 Table 58: Rest of Europe API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 59: Rest of Europe API Testing Market Assessment in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 60: API Testing Market in Rest of Europe: Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 ASIA-PACIFIC Table 61: Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Region/Country: 2020-2027 Table 62: Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Share Analysis by Region/Country: 2020 VS 2027 Table 63: API Testing Market in Asia-Pacific by Component: Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand for the Period 2020-2027 Table 64: Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 65: Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 66: Asia-Pacific API Testing Historic Market Analysis in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 AUSTRALIA Table 67: API Testing Market in Australia: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 68: Australian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 69: Australian API Testing Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 70: Australian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 INDIA Table 71: Indian API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 72: API Testing Market in India: Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Component for 2020 and 2027 Table 73: API Testing Market Analysis in India in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 74: Indian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 SOUTH KOREA Table 75: API Testing Market in South Korea: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 76: API Testing Market Share Distribution in South Korea by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 77: API Testing Market in South Korea: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Deployment for the Period 2020-2027 Table 78: API Testing Market Share Distribution in South Korea by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC Table 79: Rest of Asia-Pacific Market for API Testing: Annual Sales Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 80: Rest of Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 81: Rest of Asia-Pacific Medium & Long-Term Outlook for API Testing Market in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 82: Rest of Asia-Pacific API Testing Market Percentage Share Distribution by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 LATIN AMERICA Table 83: Latin American API Testing Market Trends by Region/Country in US$ Thousand: 2020-2027 Table 84: Latin American API Testing Market Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Region/Country: 2020 and 2027 Table 85: Latin American API Testing Market Growth Prospects in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 86: Latin American API Testing Marketby Component: Percentage Breakdown of Sales for 2020 and 2027 Table 87: API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in Latin America in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 88: API Testing Market in Latin America : Percentage Analysisby Deployment for 2020 and 2027 ARGENTINA Table 89: Argentinean API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020-2027 Table 90: Argentinean API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 91: Argentinean API Testing Market Assessment in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 92: API Testing Market in Argentina: Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 BRAZIL Table 93: API Testing Market in Brazil by Component: Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand for the Period 2020-2027 Table 94: Brazilian API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 95: Brazilian API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 96: Brazilian API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 MEXICO Table 97: API Testing Market in Mexico: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 98: Mexican API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 99: Mexican API Testing Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 100: Mexican API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 REST OF LATIN AMERICA Table 101: Rest of Latin America API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 102: Rest of Latin America API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 103: API Testing Market in US$ Thousand in Rest of Latin America by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 104: Rest of Latin America API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 MIDDLE EAST Table 105: The Middle East API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Region/Country: 2018-2025 Table 106: The Middle East API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Region/Country: 2020 and 2027 Table 107: The Middle East API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 108: API Testing Market in the Middle East: Percentage Share Breakdown of Salesby Component for 2020 and 2027 Table 109: The Middle East API Testing Market Analysis in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 110: The Middle East API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 IRAN Table 111: Iranian Market for API Testing: Annual Sales Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 112: Iranian API Testing Market Share Analysis by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 113: Iranian Medium & Long-Term Outlook for API Testing Market in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 114: Iranian API Testing Market Percentage Share Distribution by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 ISRAEL Table 115: Israeli API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020-2027 Table 116: Israeli API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 117: Israeli API Testing Market Assessment in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 118: API Testing Market in Israel: Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 SAUDI ARABIA Table 119: Saudi Arabian API Testing Market Growth Prospects in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 120: Saudi Arabian API Testing Market by Component: Percentage Breakdown of Sales for 2020 and 2027 Table 121: API Testing Market Estimates and Forecasts in Saudi Arabia in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 122: API Testing Market in Saudi Arabia: Percentage Share Analysis by Deployment for 2020 and 2027 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Table 123: API Testing Market in the United Arab Emirates: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 124: API Testing Market Share Distribution in United Arab Emirates by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 125: API Testing Market in the United Arab Emirates: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Deployment for the Period 2020-2027 Table 126: API Testing Market Share Distribution in United Arab Emirates by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 REST OF MIDDLE EAST Table 127: API Testing Market in Rest of Middle East: Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis in US$ Thousand by Component for the Period 2020-2027 Table 128: Rest of Middle East API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 129: Rest of Middle East API Testing Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Thousand by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 130: Rest of Middle East API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 AFRICA Table 131: African API Testing Market Estimates and Projections in US$ Thousand by Component: 2020 to 2027 Table 132: African API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Component: 2020 VS 2027 Table 133: API Testing Market in US$ Thousand in Africa by Deployment: 2020-2027 Table 134: African API Testing Market Share Breakdown by Deployment: 2020 VS 2027 IV. COMPETITION Total Companies Profiled: 44 Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05797904/?utm_source=GNW About Reportlinker ReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place. __________________________ CONTACT: Clare: firstname.lastname@example.org US: (339)-368-6001 Intl: +1 339-368-6001
UPDATE ON BLACK-AMERICAN POLITICAL PRISONER CARY LEE PETERSON'S PHANTOM SENTENCING HEARING, LEGALLY IMPOSSIBLE & ERRONEOUS SENTENCE PER TRIPLE DISQUALIFICATION CAUSED BY RECKLESS DOJ SUBORDINATES AT AG BILL BARR'S OFFICE, WITH JUDICIAL ACTIVISTS THAT ARE OLD FRIENDS OF FAMILY & FORMER PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATESLANCASTER, Pa., Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- An African-American political activist, turned political prisoner at FDC SeaTac, after a politically-influenced, vindictive prosecution in the U.S. District Court for the New Jersey District-- (resulting in a civil lawsuit against President Donald J. Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (https://news.yahoo.com/news/president-trump-u-attorney-general-130000934.html))-- pushes emergency petition to overturn a "procedurally unsound" prosecution, after he was denied his constitutional right to self-representation due to legal incompetence, but forced to testify against himself as a witness in his own criminal trial hearing, according to the court transcript.PHANTOM TRIAL COURT TRANSCRIPT AT N.J. FED COURT (FILIBUSTERING & LEGAL IMPOSSIBILITY 1) The court record shows that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit began proceedings for direct appeal case 'UNITED STATES V. CARY LEE PETERSON (Appeal No. 19-1093 USCA3),' January 11, 2019, while Peterson's criminal trial case sentencing proceeding, dated May 10, 2019 (before United States District Judge Anne E. Thompson in Trenton, New Jersey) [i.e. U.S. v. Peterson, 3:16-cr-00230-AET-1, 3d Cir. D.N.J. at Doc. No. 170], took place, but remains unsettled without final judgment, in the present.Since July, Peterson, and his legal representatives and family have continued to request copies of this trial court transcripts, purportedly available for purchase and public viewing by the general public, notwithstanding J & J Court Transcribers and the court reporter Kimberly Stillman not responding to emails, call requests, and legal motions for these (unrestricted) public records- particularly the court transcript for the May '19 sentencing hearing that occurred in New Jersey while Peterson was incarcerated at FCI Sheridan (Oregon).LEGALLY IMPOSSIBLE SITUATIONS & STONEWALLING (SHARED BAIL BETWEEN TWO DEFENDANTS, ETC.) Despite the "legally impossible" docket entry  revealing a sentencing hearing that Peterson never attended, or filed waiver of appearance to (or had an attorney present on his behalf), another trial case docket record , filed by U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito's office, July 30, 2019, promulgated a conviction [i.e. Case No. "2016R00418"] of a political organization [i.e. "U.S. v. Bet on Bernie (Carey Peterson)"] sharing a $200,000 cash bail surety and bail order [i.e. "Doc. No. 19"] with Peterson in June 2016.However, as any layman knows, it is generally impossible for an organization to be jailed; two defendants to share a bail bond or surety; or a direct appeal case to be going on at the same time while the trial case remains active without a final judgment for the said defendant under prosecution.Even after Peterson brought the multiple legally impossible findings (that usually unveil illegal sentencing or miscarriage of justice), the Third Circuit continued Peterson's direct appeal proceedings for 23 months, denied him bail pending appeal, and rendered a 'non-precedential' judicial opinion earlier this month, stating that Peterson's appeal was denied due to him not providing the appeal review panel with a trial court transcript, and acting as a 'loony lobbyist' with "license to flout procedural rules," per (solitary) decree from United States Circuit Justice Theodore McKee, who authored the unpublished opinion, (ironically) submitted thirty days after the required deadline under local circuit rules. (Read more on how this came about at https://tinyurl.com/tk-confession-news) TRIPLE DISQUALIFICATION ('THE TORTOISE & THE HARE') However, court papers going back to July show that Justice McKee was statutorily disqualified from the appeal review judicial panel, due to his financial interest (https://tinyurl.com/mckee-fec-records) in a former 2020 presidential candidate Peterson is currently suing, in three separate lawsuits, in the D.C. Federal Circuit Court, and the federal district courts in Nevada and Capitol Hill.Civil rights lobbyist Cary Lee Peterson began his petition for reversal and immediate release from prison by reminding the United States Court of Appeals that the appellee's filing of a trial court transcript (excerpt) [i.e. "D.I. 105, Appx. Vol. 3. at SA1091"] shows that "CARY LEE PETERSON" was a witness against himself [i.e. "Page 5"; "SA1091... WWW.JJCOURT.COM" at footer of the page], "examined" in his [own] criminal trial case. Nonetheless, the Fifth Amendment states that such an occurrence is a violation of the Due Process Clause, which generally constitutes an automatic reversal of any criminal trial conviction when discovered.AG BARR & RECKLESS DOJ SUBORDINATES (PETERSON V. TRUMP-BARR LAWSUIT ON CAPITOL HILL) Last week's court record update, in correlation with predated court filings, left the case without proper refereed precedence of a normal criminal appeal case, since the (‘pro se’) lobbyist Cary Peterson (e.g. the hare) evidentially began running before 'the race' [appeal case] officially started, and was never allowed to file a (proper) principal appeal brief, or obtain trial court transcripts to provide the appellate court under "Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure 10," according to Justice McKee-- and [contrarily] the Assistant U.S. Chief Appeals Attorney Mark Coyne (e.g. the tortoise)-- who told the court that he was too busy in a U.S. Supreme Court case suing his boss AG Bill Barr (‘UNITED STATES V. WILLIAM BARR’) to file his appellee brief on time-- hence, keeping running after 'the race' [appeal case] officially ended, after requesting three (ex-parte) filing extensions, and [improperly] granted "nunc pro tunc" (by the court clerk) while Peterson was obliged to full-day COVID-19 lockdown at FDC SeaTac, Bureau of Prisons.If that wasn't enough, court records from the Third Circuit show that AUSA Mark Coyne made two notices of appearances as an attorney in non-governmental cross-litigations filed by Peterson [i.e. Cases 19-3632, 20-1585] for non-governmental organizations and private citizens, while serving as the appellate prosecutor for U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito in Newark, New Jersey, in Peterson's direct appeal case in the 'USCA3.'Seemingly U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr's "subordinate" Mark Coyne's litigious influence by spectrum, fee, or margin error, passed over to "legislative solicitor" Cary Peterson, who filed a lawsuit against [AUSA Coyne's "superior"] AG Bill Barr and [Barr's "superior"] President Trump (https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-virus-outbreak-race-and-ethnicity-donald-trump-intelligence-agencies-b0922fc4ec1fcca1144337e853fa403e) last month, for '(uneven) racial injustice,' among other civil rights claims, including failure to release his FBI reports that Barr's office agreed to declassify a year ago (https://news.yahoo.com/fbi-agree-release-classified-reports-165824979.html).PERSONAL & POLITICAL INTERESTS IN COMMON (THE JUDGE & THE LOBBYIST ADVOCATE CIVIL RIGHTS) At the end of the day pertinent and critical questions [in-and-out] of the court and polls remain unsolved: Why did Justice McKee-- an African-American federal judge, who was classmates with Peterson's uncle that was formerly a Xerox engineer; and has (past and recent) participation as an advocate for LBGTQ rights and prevention of police brutality against minorities)-- allow Peterson's case to run afoul for so long, despite both parties technically being disqualified more than a year ago; whereas the technical and constitutional error(s) resulting in 'legal incompetence' or 'legal impossibility' would generally be deemed as 'plain error,' thus cause a reversal in any court trial conviction, of which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled as an "erroneous sentence" in MOLINA-MARTINEZ v. UNITED STATES, (2016).SEE COURT PAPERS RELATED TO NEWS CONTENT https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1m3GnLn26frV-1NOdohO_LcS2Li-KPpab?usp=sharingRELATED NEWS Update Disqualified Federal Judges Deny Inmate Jury Trial on BOP COVID-19 Outbreak Lawsuit ... (Oct. 15, 2020) https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-vir...ethnicity-joe-biden-donald-trump-e30aa094cecaf3a3cd263de76da14faeUpdate on President Trump & AG Barr Sued for Vindictive Prosecution Against Black ... (Oct. 15, 2020) https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-virus-outbreak-race-and-ethnicity-donald-trump-intelligence-agencies-b0922fc4ec1fcca1144337e853fa403eGeorge Floyd (LEPS) Act 2020 Bill Prop. Filed with Congress by Political Prisoner Near CHOP/CHAZ (July 17, 2020) http://finance.dailyherald.com/dailyherald/news/read/40186233Michigan joins fight against human trafficking (Feb. 25, 2015) https://www.truckinsurancenitic.com/company-news/332-michigan-joins-fight-against-human-trafficking.htmlOTHER RELATED COURT PAPERS AND PERTINENT DOCUMENTS: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/164n2NxKWHW1YZS1BESEI8iAjjn6QrDC5?usp=sharingMedia Contact: Amanda Liu (Publicist) Robert Peterson & Fields Associates [T:] +1 (213) 986-4414; or [E:] email@example.comOTHER RELATED NEWS: Confession Email on Court Record Unveils Seattle Law Firm Linked to Erroneous Sentence & Inexplicable Prosecution (Oct. 27, 2020) https://tinyurl.com/tk-confession-news Coronavirus Prison Outbreak in Seattle FDC Black & Hispanic BOP inmates exposed to (Sep. 11, 2020) https://apnews.com/globe-newswire/e6e339872cef83466d3bf2bd18a35349COVID infections hit 31 inmates and 6 staff at federal detention center in SeaTac (Aug. 28, 2020) https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/health/covid-infections-hit-31-inmates-and-6-staff-at-federal-detention-center-in-seatacBlack Political Prisoner Seeks Bail Pending Appeal After COVID-19 Infection Attack at Seattle FDC (Aug. 28, 2020) https://apnews.com/press-release/globenewswire-mobile/5fe88f3947630419dfc3fd9914c8eaecCourt order denying release of political prisoner leads to demand for liberty or death sentence (Oct. 15, 2019) https://apnews.com/press-release/[object Object]/4890b4e27b462ba5852cb689439fada1FBI agree to release classified reports on lobbyist tied to Bernie Sanders Scandal (Sep. 25, 2019) http://news.yahoo.com/fbi-agree-release-classified-reports-165824979.htmlFed Judge Helps US Attorney Leak Bank Records into New Jersey Jail (Jan. 4, 2019) https://emwnews.com/fed-judge-helps-us-attorney-leak-bank-records-into-new-jersey-jail/Public Notice - Civil Action Filed for Data Breach; Cary Lee Peterson v. Foster Garvey P.C., et al. (D.C. Cir.) (Dec. 10, 2019) https://www.einpresswire.com/article/503866983/public-notice-civil-action-filed-for-data-breach-cary-lee-peterson-v-foster-garvey-p-c-et-al-d-c-cirNWOP Host David De Livera Interviews Cary Lee Peterson on Bernie Sanders, GreenJobs4Vets, Medical Marijuana, & James Bond (Sep. 2016) https://youtu.be/13VCyTF31iE
Dublin, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "United States Phenol Market Analysis, Plant Capacity, Production, Operating Efficiency, Technology, Demand & Supply, End User Industries, Distribution Channel, Region-Wise Demand, Import & Export , 2015-2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The United States Phenol industry has shown remarkable growth in the past five years and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period. Bisphenol A is the largest end-user industry, holding more than 45% of the total US Phenol demand. Growing demand for polycarbonates from automotive, construction, and electronic sectors driven by the country's strong economic growth would further support the market growth in the forecast period. This report includes US Phenol market demand and supply analysis on a cloud-based platform for one year. The data is updated on near real time basis to add any new movement in the industry including but not limited to new plant announcement, plant shutdowns, temporary disruptions in the demand or supply, news and deals and much more specific to Phenol. Years Considered for Analysis: * Historical Years: 2015 - 2018 * Base Year: 2019 * Estimated Year: 2020 * Forecast Period: 2021 - 2030Deliverables: * Installed Capacity By Company: Installed capacity within the country along with individual capacity of leading players * Installed Capacity By Location: Installed capacity at several locations across the country * Installed Capacity By Process: Installed capacity by different processes * Installed Capacity By Technology: Installed capacity by different technologies being used to produce Phenol * Production By Company: Actual production done by different companies * Operating Efficiency By Company: Operating efficiency at which different companies are operating their plants * Demand By End-Use: Demand/Sale of Phenol in different end-user industries across the country * Demand By Sales Channel: Demand/Sale of Phenol by different sales channels across the country * Demand By Region: Demand/Sale of Phenol in different regions of the country * Country Wise Exports: Exports of Phenol by Different Countries * Country Wise Imports: Imports of Phenol by Different Countries * Demand & Supply Gap: Demand & Supply Gap at country level * Market Share of Leading Players: Revenue shares of leading players in the country * News & Deals: Historical & Current News & Deals in the Phenol marketKey Topics Covered: US Phenol Market Outlook, 2015-2030 * Capacity By Company * Capacity By Location * Capacity By Process * Capacity By Technology * Production By Company * Operating Efficiency By Company * Demand By End Use (Phenolic Resin, Bisphenol A, Pharmaceuticals, and Others) * Demand By Sales Channel (Direct/Institutional Sales, Retail Sales, Other Channel Sales) * Demand By Region * Country Wise Exports * Country Wise Imports * Demand & Supply Gap * Market Share of Leading Players * News & Deals For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/xb7m45 About ResearchAndMarkets.com ResearchAndMarkets.com is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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Dublin, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Pipeline Review, H2 2020" drug pipelines has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This report provides an overview of the Graft Versus Host Disease (Immunology) pipeline landscape. The pipeline guide provides comprehensive information on the therapeutics under development for Graft Versus Host Disease (Immunology), complete with analysis by stage of development, drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type. The guide covers the descriptive pharmacological action of the therapeutics, its complete research and development history and latest news and press releases. The Graft Versus Host Disease (Immunology) pipeline guide also reviews of key players involved in therapeutic development for Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) and features dormant and discontinued projects. The guide covers therapeutics under Development by Companies /Universities /Institutes, the molecules developed by Companies in Pre-Registration, Filing rejected/Withdrawn, Phase III, Phase II, Phase I, IND/CTA Filed, Preclinical, Discovery and Unknown stages are 3, 1, 12, 38, 15, 3, 39, 8 and 1 respectively. Similarly, the Universities portfolio in Phase III, Phase I, Preclinical and Discovery stages comprises 1, 3, 13 and 1 molecules, respectively. The pipeline guide helps in identifying and tracking emerging players in the market and their portfolios, enhances decision-making capabilities and helps to create effective counter strategies to gain competitive advantage. The guide is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, company/university websites, clinical trial registries, conferences, SEC filings, investor presentations and featured press releases from company/university sites and industry-specific third party sources. Additionally, various dynamic tracking processes ensure that the most recent developments are captured on a real time basis. Scope of the report: * The pipeline guide provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Graft Versus Host Disease. * The pipeline guide reviews pipeline therapeutics by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources. * The pipeline guide covers pipeline products based on several stages of development ranging from pre-registration till discovery and undisclosed stages. * The pipeline guide features descriptive drug profiles for the pipeline products which comprise, product description, descriptive licensing and collaboration details, R&D brief, MoA & other developmental activities. * The pipeline guide reviews key companies involved in Graft Versus Host Disease (Immunology) therapeutics and enlists all their major and minor projects. * The pipeline guide evaluates Graft Versus Host Disease (Immunology) therapeutics based on mechanism of action (MoA), drug target, route of administration (RoA) and molecule type. * The pipeline guide encapsulates all the dormant and discontinued pipeline projects.Key Topics Covered: * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Overview * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Therapeutics Development * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Therapeutics Assessment * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Companies Involved in Therapeutics Development * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Drug Profiles * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Dormant Projects * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Discontinued Products * Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD) - Product Development Milestones Companies Mentioned * AbbVie Inc * Adienne Pharma & Biotech * AltruBio Inc * Amgen Inc * AnaptysBio Inc * apceth Biopharma GmbH * ASC Therapeutics Inc * AstraZeneca Plc * Athersys Inc * Autolus Therapeutics Plc * Bellicum Pharmaceuticals Inc * Biocon Ltd * Biogen Inc * BioIncept LLC * BioTheryX Inc * BlueRock Therapeutics * Boryung ViGenCell Inc * Bristol-Myers Squibb Co * Capricor Therapeutics Inc * Cellect Biotechnology Ltd * Cellective BioTherapy Inc * Cellix Bio Pvt Ltd * CheckPoint Immunology Inc * Clinigen Group Plc * CSL Ltd * CTI BioPharma Corp * Cytodyn Inc * Cytopeutics Pte Ltd * Daewoong Pharmaceutical Co Ltd * Dualogics Corp * Educell doo * Eli Lilly and Co * enGene Inc * Enlivex Therapeutics Ltd * Evive Biotech * ExCellThera Inc * F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd * Fate Therapeutics Inc * Fujifilm Holdings Corp * Genentech USA Inc * GigaGen Inc * GlaxoSmithKline Plc * Glia LLC * Humanigen Inc * iCELL Biotechnology Co Ltd * Immplacate * Immune Modulation Inc * ImmuneTarget Inc * Imstem Biotechnology Inc * Incyte Corp * Inspyr Therapeutics Inc * Jazz Pharmaceuticals Plc * JN Biosciences LLC * Kadmon Corp LLC * Kalytera Therapeutics Inc * Kamada Ltd * Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals Ltd * Kymab Ltd * LG Chem Ltd * MaaT Pharma * Machavert Pharmaceuticals LLC * Magenta Therapeutics Inc * Mallinckrodt Plc * Medexus Pharmaceuticals Inc * Medicenna Therapeutics Corp * Mediolanum farmaceutici SpA * Medsenic SAS * Mereo Biopharma Group Plc * Mesoblast Ltd * Millennium Pharmaceuticals Inc * MitoImmune Therapeutics Inc * NapaJen Pharma Inc * Neovii Pharmaceuticals AG * Nurix Therapeutics Inc * OncoImmune Inc * OSE Immunotherapeutics * Panorama Research Inc * Pfizer Inc * Platinum Biotech (Beijing) Co Ltd * Pluristem Therapeutics Inc * Precision Biosciences Inc * REGiMMUNE Corp * SCM lifescience Co Ltd * Seattle Genetics Inc * Secura Bio Inc * Seres Therapeutics Inc * Shenzhen Chipscreen Biosciences Co Ltd * STERO Biotechs Ltd * StingInn LLC * Suzhou Connect Biopharmaceuticals Ltd * Suzhou Zelgen Biopharmaceutical Co Ltd * Syndax Pharmaceuticals Inc * Synthetic Biologics Inc * Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd * Targazyme Inc * TCF GmbH * TeraImmune Inc * TGV Laboratories Inc * United BioPharma Inc * Vault Pharma Inc * Visterra Inc * Xenikos BV * Xenothera SAS * XL-protein GmbHFor more information about this drug pipelines report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/pchon6About ResearchAndMarkets.com ResearchAndMarkets.com is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission needs new powers to protect the struggling U.S. local news industry from unfair competition from large technology companies, a senior U.S. lawmaker said. Maria Cantwell, the top Democrat on the Senate Commerce Committee, said in a report released Tuesday that "local news has been hijacked by a few large news aggregation platforms, most notably Google and Facebook, which have become the dominant players in online advertising."
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- An email chain containing an ironic confession by an Ohio radio broadcasting company mogul, filed among court papers in criminal and civil litigations between the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third, Ninth, and D.C. Circuits- and the U.S. District Court for the New Jersey, Delaware, Nevada, Northern District (California), and District of Columbia, reveal "res gestae witness" evidence that Seattle-based law firm Foster Garvey (formerly Garvey Schubert Barer) filed federal criminal charges against African-American lobbyist Cary Lee Peterson. The notorious 'TK Confession' authored by BAS Broadcasting Ohio owner Thomas ("TK") Klein (https://tinyurl.com/tk-confession-email) first surfaced on the federal court record, April 2017, during pretrial proceedings of Peterson's criminal trial case in Trenton, New Jersey- a year prior to his jury trial, May 2018. Despite numerous attempts to contact Klein for comments regarding this matter, Klein, BAS management, or Klein's legal counsel failed to respond prior to this news release.However, United States Attorney Craig Carpenito (N.J.), who succeeded Paul J. Fishman [removed at President Trump's behest] early-2107, denied any existence of a 'qui-tam' (whistleblower) or third-party (prosecuting witness) complaint with the U.S. Justice Department. And U.S. District Judge Anne Thompson denied Peterson's attorney Eric Marcy the right to call Klein (or any defense witnesses) at Peterson's jury trial [i.e. UNITED STATES V. CARY LEE PETERSON, 3d Cir. U.S.D.C. New Jersey at Docs. 98-101], but contrarily allowed Carpenito and the two assistant U.S. attorneys the right to summons and fly-in 13 governmental witnesses to testify against Peterson.THE UNDERLYING STORY BEHIND THE TK CONFESSION EMAIL Klein's boastful email- now official court evidence on over a dozen (federal) court dockets and AG Barr's office- clearly demonstrate that Klein and private law firm "Garvey Shubert" were investigating and sharing information about Peterson and his family; and an 'associate' at Garvey's office (who works with TK's "FCC attorney") "filed federal charges against" ["him...Cary"] Peterson, because they 'believed he was "a crook" who had something to do with "Mike[']s $300,000" (https://tinyurl.com/tk-confession-email) being stolen by two conmen that TK's attorney ["Stu"] sued for a $300K [RVPL Non-Event] contract breach (https://tinyurl.com/rvpl-contracts-2012), November '16.Hence, court evidence implicates that Klein's distrust or suspicion for long-time business associate Peterson [of mutual friend referred to as "Ted'] stemmed from defamatory news content published by a political news organization, September '15, forwarded to Klein by his attorneys at Foster Garvey [Schubert Barer] who were also general counsel for Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign committee (https://tinyurl.com/tk-suspicion-email).Thus, TK's '2016 Thanksgiving Eve' legal action against "Day" and "Jaclin" revealed the whereabouts of 'Mike's $300,000' (sent via bank wire by Klein to RVPL attorney "Jaclin," April '12, according to Wells Fargo bank records for the 'RVPlus Inc. Attorney Trust Account,' that were retrieved by Klein's attorney per Ohio Superior Court subpoena, early-2017; and (as well) obtained by the Securities & Exchange Commission, August 2014 according to court papers filed on Peterson's criminal trial case docket (suppressed or omitted from jury trial) (https://tinyurl.com/Peterson-trial-doc101exj).Conclusively, the bank records obtained by Klein's attorney and the SEC ascertained that Peterson came into zero proceeds from Klein's bank wire transfer to Wells Fargo, and [moreover] had nothing to do with Mike being defrauded. And according to court papers filed in PETERSON V. RVPLUS INC. (3rd Cir. Delaware, May 10, 2018), Peterson was [actually] the personal guarantor of the private business loan for $300,000 [from "Mike"], who went to the SEC for help after the two conmen 'went ghost' with monies [intended] to purchase a publicly-traded shell company for the 'ECCO2 Green Job for Veterans Program' that Peterson, Klein, and "Mike" [Herbert] were supporting back in 2012 (https://tinyurl.com/ecco2-greenjobs4vets).However, this typical 'breach-of-contract' situation didn't stop U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, [then] FBI Associate Director Andrew McCabe- (who Peterson crossed paths with while they were both working in Albania on foreign relations, February 2016)- and the unidentified Foster Garvey 'associate' from 'filing federal criminal charges against Peterson' for [allegedly] being the CEO of the said publicly-traded shell company [RVPL] (https://tinyurl.com/doj-fakenews-2016), between 2012-2013, despite the court record showing certified corporate documents (https://tinyurl.com/rvpl-certified-records) (from the State of Delaware, affirming that another man (by the name of "Day") was at all times the "CEO, President, CFO" at "RVPlus Inc." between 2011 and 2017- making the Department of Justice's criminal offense claims [i.e. 18 U.S.C. 1350]-- germane to 'any person' who [actually] commits such acts [not an attempt, or appearance thereof] as a corporate officer-- against Peterson legally impossible.TK CONFESSION CASUALTIES (THE LIAR, THE WITCH-HUNT, & THE WARDEN) More recently, in the Ninth Circuit, court papers in related civil litigation against Foster Garvey, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and Bernie 2020, and Garvey's unidentified associate referred to as "John Doe 1" (PETERSON V. DOE 1, 9th Cir., U.S.D.C. Nevada, May 2020), evinced that Foster Garvey principal Brad Deutsch- (who is also an attorney to Klein and Sen. Bernie Sanders, and a former senior employee at Federal Election Commission)- alongside a FEC colleague Craig Reffner, who moonlights as a Micronesian prosecutor in Pohnpei State, filed an administrative complaint against Peterson's pro-Sanders PAC (Americans Socially United) in late-2015, according to FEC associate director ["Mark"] who was present on an informal, legal conference call with Peterson, and four other FEC attorneys back in April- events that predate adding FEC and their regulatory agency's associate director to the recent civil rights suit, PETERSON V. TRUMP, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-virus-outbreak-race-and-ethnicity-donald-trump-intelligence-agencies-b0922fc4ec1fcca1144337e853fa403e).Of course the foregoing disclosure [by the FEC] within Nevada federal court papers would conclusively infer that the 'TK Confession' of the (unidentified) private prosecutor employed by 'Garvey Shubert,' was not referring to a private attorney with a friend at the DOJ who compelled a prosecutor to file federal criminal charges against Peterson (which is still prohibited by law acknowledged by the Federal Third Circuit's precedential opinion in UNITED STATES V. PANZA, 3d Cir. 1974; and violates New Jersey Supreme Court's Attorney Rules of Professional Conduct - Rule 3.4(g)).Unfortunately (in this instance) the 'inference' of a liar's hearsay, in a (Rosewood-style) witch-hunt (themed as a prejudicial, hostile mob chasing after the wrong man), that managed to get two wardens sued- not the be construed as a parody of any surreal and fictional C.S. Lewis novel.DOE & GARVEY'S WITCH-HUNT INTERFERING WITH FOREIGN AFFAIRS Cary Peterson, a registered lobbyist at United States Congress, who was known by the FBI to have a primary residence in Guam, and [like Craig D. Reffner; a U.S. citizen] legally worked for public officials in the Federal States of Micronesia, a U.S. associated territory under the Compact of Free Association. During that time, Peterson also held consulship at a foreign mission (founded by American diplomat Richard Holbrooke) in Albania, and had history in anti-human trafficking awareness activities with the FBI in Guam; and was head of an anti-human trafficking international organization active between Canada, Haiti, the South Pacific, Eastern Europe, and the U.S. (https://www.truckinsurancenitic.com/company-news/332-michigan-joins-fight-against-human-trafficking.html).However, recent court papers filed in Capitol Hill's Federal Circuit Court (https://tinyurl.com/dccir-petersongarvey-case), and a [closely-related] bank data breach lawsuit filed by Peterson (https://www.einpresswire.com/article/503866983/public-notice-civil-action-filed-for-data-breach-cary-lee-peterson-v-foster-garvey-p-c-et-al-d-c-cir) in the D.C. federal district court last November, discuss a 'grotesque' series of overlapping controversies that the [new] FSM president's brother alluded to in a social media messenger app chat with Peterson, February 2016, during a dispute about a social media posting regarding a commercial property and Peterson's community bank project (https://tinyurl.com/Murphy-Peterson-dispute).The findings and discovery, in Peterson-Garvey-Barr related cases on court record in Washington, D.C., relate to a kidnapping (attempt) of a female Australian governmental attorney, who worked at Peterson's law firm in Micronesia, identified in court papers as "S.G."; in addition to [alleged] coups ran against [then] Pohnpei State Governor Peterson and [then] FSM President Christian's brother in Hawaii-- Governor Marcelo Peterson' and President Peter Christian [both who ironically] did not seek a second term of public office last year.BLACK JUDGE COMPELLED TO ABET RACIAL INJUSTICE & SUPPORT WHITE PRIVILEGE This [inter-continental] story comes back in-land to the U.S., last month, when Peterson files and serves a federal subpoena to Alpine Securities in Salt Lake City, Utah, in search for 2012 stock trading records from Delaware corporation RVPlus Inc. Thus, U.S. Circuit Justice Theodore McKee stated that U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito's office "produced testimony from several witnesses" in Peterson's jury trial. Whereas, this didn't include testimony from RVPlus's CEO or attorney, TK, or anyone from the SEC, who the trial court denied to testimony call as defense witnesses of Peterson's behalf. And [ironically] at no time were any stock trading documents from Alpine, RVPL's [only] securities clearinghouse (i.e. market-maker for 'non-DTC issuers'), or ARTCO (i.e. RVPL's stock transfer agent) proffered or admitted in Peterson's jury trial for securities fraud charges. (https://tinyurl.com/artco-ownedby-rvplceo) At present, several related litigations- spinoffs from the original RVPL deal gone-bad- remain pending, while Peterson [a black male] remains incarcerated (for a New Jersey federal charges)- (coincidentally in Seattle near Garvey's headquarters)- more than four years after the real CEO of Delaware corporation RVPlus Inc. [a while male] 'got-off [and away] with civil penalties and no jail time (https://tinyurl.com/sec-rvpl-stipulation), and portions of 'Mike's $300,000,' leaving unanswered question as to whether systemic racism and inequality exists in the federal justice system, as AG Barr attested didn't exist in his testimony to Congress in July.SEE TK CONFESSIONS COURT FILINGS (COMPILATION) https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1G3KZuyNM5sQnnNiD_K6zVu9dp3u6ZYco?usp=sharingMedia Contact: Amanda Liu (Publicist) Robert Peterson & Fields Associates [T:] +1 (213) 986-4414; or [E:] firstname.lastname@example.orgRELATED NEWS Update Disqualified Federal Judges Deny Inmate Jury Trial on BOP COVID-19 Outbreak Lawsuit ... (Oct. 15, 2020) https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-vir...ethnicity-joe-biden-donald-trump-e30aa094cecaf3a3cd263de76da14faeUpdate on President Trump & AG Barr Sued for Vindictive Prosecution Against Black ... (Oct. 15, 2020) https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/election-2020-virus-outbreak-race-and-ethnicity-donald-trump-intelligence-agencies-b0922fc4ec1fcca1144337e853fa403eGeorge Floyd (LEPS) Act 2020 Bill Prop. Filed with Congress by Political Prisoner Near CHOP/CHAZ (July 17, 2020) http://finance.dailyherald.com/dailyherald/news/read/40186233Michigan joins fight against human trafficking (Feb. 25, 2015) https://www.truckinsurancenitic.com/company-news/332-michigan-joins-fight-against-human-trafficking.html
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New analysis finds that best combo will generate ‘Super Power’ enabling new industry and jobs while creating trillions in new valueLONDON and SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- By 2030 electricity systems comprised entirely of solar, wind and batteries (SWB) can provide both the cheapest power available and two to three times more total energy than the existing grid in the continental United States, and most populated regions globally, bankrupting coal, gas and nuclear power companies and slashing consumer costs dramatically, according to a new report by RethinkX. “Rethinking Energy 2020-2030: 100% Solar, Wind and Batteries is Just the Beginning” finds that the dramatic cost reductions in clean energy generation and storage technologies will drive a rapid and inevitable disruption of the sector. A 100 percent SWB system will possess much more generation capacity than used on most days currently, which will produce an enormous amount of electricity at a marginal cost close to zero. The report authors show that this “Clean Energy Super Power” will enable new business models and industries, create trillions in new value, and could help repatriate energy-intensive manufacturing.“The implications of this clean electricity disruption are profound,” said internationally renowned energy expert Tony Seba, RethinkX co-founder and report co-author. “Not only can it solve some of society’s most critical challenges but it will usher in hundreds of new business models and create industries that collectively transform the global economy. When a system generates hyperabundant electricity at a marginal cost close to zero, the potential for new value creation is limitless. This isn’t a problem of overcapacity. This is a Super Power solution.”“There is a misconception that too much solar and wind energy is a problem,” said Dr. Adam Dorr, report co-author. “That is looking at the equation through the old fossil fuel system lens, and doesn’t recognize the fundamentals of disruption. Sunlight and wind are free, and it is irrational to curtail the nearly costless clean energy we produce with them. As with other technology disruptions, it is a mistake to ask how the existing system will accommodate SWB. The grid as we know it will rapidly evolve into a larger, more flexible, diverse and capable system, just like the landline telephone network evolved into the Internet. Instead we must ask, ‘how can a new energy system based on SWB minimize costs and maximize benefits at every level of society and the economy?’”Tony Seba and RethinkX have been consistently more accurate in predicting the speed, scale and impact of disruption than mainstream analysts and think tanks, which take a linear extrapolation and silo-ed approach to their analyses. RethinkX uses the Seba Technology Disruption Framework, which takes into account the systemic, complex and dynamic nature of disruption.Using conservative SWB technology cost trajectories and constraining assumptions, excluding energy imports, arbitrage, tech breakthroughs, subsidies, efficiencies and other improvements, the report analyzes three electricity systems: California, Texas and New England (see findings below), which together provide a representative range of the combined solar and wind resources in the continental United States, and most populated regions globally.The analysis shows that there is a fundamental cost tradeoff between energy generation and storage capacity that follows a convex cost function, which the authors call the “Clean Energy U Curve.” Optimizing for this nonlinear curve, 100 percent SWB systems are the cheapest option for new power generation, and, in many cases, cheaper than just the cost to operate existing fossil fuel and nuclear plants. And they will generate surplus electricity, or super power, on most days. In California, for example, super power output of 309 terawatt-hours from the lowest-cost 100 percent SWB system is greater than total existing electricity demand of 285 terawatt-hours. The investment to build a 100 percent SWB system for the continental U.S. would be less than $2 trillion between now and 2030, and will deliver an average cost of electricity generation nationwide under 3 cents per kWh if 50 percent or more of the system’s super power is utilized. This is less than the average cost of continuing to operate existing coal or gas power plants.The amount of super power produced by 100 percent SWB systems is so large and so cheap that it could displace up to half of all fossil fuel energy use beyond the existing electric power sector alone. Combined with electric vehicles, a 100 percent SWB system could eliminate all fossil fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions in the road transportation sector as well, cutting half of the country’s overall carbon footprint by 2030.This report is the first in a series to examine the decisions required now in order to maximize the extraordinary benefits of a new energy system.“It is no longer a matter of if the SWB disruption of energy will happen, it is only a matter of when and where,” James Arbib, co-founder of RethinkX, said. “Timing matters and the social, economic, political, and environmental stakes could not be higher. The actual outcomes depend on choices made today, and those who lead rather than follow or resist will benefit the most.”About RethinkX RethinkX is an independent think tank that analyzes and forecasts the speed and scale of technology-driven disruption and its implications across society. We produce impartial, data-driven analyses that identify pivotal choices to be made by investors, business, policy and civic leaders.Contact: Gerald@catercommunications.com
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Federal spending on benefits for eligible families with children through the Canada Child Benefit increased by 68.5 per cent from fiscal year 2014/15 to 2019/20—financed entirely by borrowing, finds a new essay released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Today, parents receive cash transfers from Ottawa that the next generation, namely their own children, will pay for in the future,” said Jason Clemens, executive vice-president of the Fraser Institute and co-author of Financing the Canada Child Benefit, part two of an essay series on the Canada Child Benefit.In 2014/15, the federal government (under Stephen Harper’s Conservatives) increased the coverage and benefits for two programs providing support to families with children. After winning election in 2015, the Trudeau government eliminated the existing programs and created the Canada Child Benefit (CCB), which dramatically increased the spending on the program.For instance, the planned spending under the Harper government for the then-existing programs in 2019-20 was $18.7 billion. After the Trudeau reforms, the actual spending on the new CCB reached $24.1 billion, a near 29 per cent increase.However, unlike its predecessor, the Trudeau government has financed the increased spending through borrowing (i.e. budget deficits) whose costs will fall on future generations.“Parents are receiving benefits today, in the form of monthly CCB payments, with the increased costs being deferred to their children,” Clemens said.MEDIA CONTACT: Jason Clemens, Executive Vice-President, Fraser InstituteTo arrange media interviews or for more information, please contact: Mark Hasiuk, 604-688-0221 ext. 517, email@example.comFollow the Fraser Institute on Twitter | Like us on FacebookThe Fraser Institute is an independent Canadian public policy research and educational organization with offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal and ties to a global network of think-tanks in 87 countries. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for Canadians, their families and future generations by studying, measuring and broadly communicating the effects of government policies, entrepreneurship and choice on their well-being. To protect the Institute’s independence, it does not accept grants from governments or contracts for research. Visit www.fraserinstitute.org
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This letter is to inform you on behalf of the board of directors of the Company (the "Board of Directors") about certain changes to the Sub-Funds of the Company, as outlined below. The current investment objective of Xtrackers MSCI Korea UCITS ETF is to reflect the performance of the MSCI Total Return Net Korea Index (the "Original Reference Index" in relation to Xtrackers MSCI Korea UCITS ETF) which is designed to reflect the performance of the shares of certain companies in Korea.
Feasibility Study underpinned by Maiden Mineral Reserve for the Johnny Lee Deposit of 8.8Mt at 2.6% Cu for 226,100t of copper, underpinning an 8-year life for a state-of-the-art project that either meets or exceeds the stringent Mine Operating Permit conditionsWHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Mont., Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sandfire Resources America Inc. (“Sandfire America” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its maiden Mineral Reserve and the results of the Feasibility Study (the “Feasibility Study”) for the Johnny Lee deposit at its Black Butte Copper Project in White Sulphur Springs, Montana, USA, pursuant to National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”). The Feasibility Study relates solely to Mineral Reserves located on the Johnny Lee copper deposit, the cornerstone deposit at the Black Butte Copper Project (the "Johnny Lee Deposit" or the “Project”).The Company is also pleased to announce an updated Mineral Resource for the Lowry copper deposit (the "Lowry Deposit"), which is located approximately 3km south-east of the Johnny Lee Deposit, pursuant to NI 43-101.All dollars in this announcement are US dollars unless otherwise stated.Feasibility Study Highlights: * Maiden Mineral Reserve of 8.8 million tonnes at 2.6% copper for 226,100 tonnes of contained copper defined for the Johnny Lee Upper and Lower Copper Zones. * The Project has been designed to meet or exceed all of the standards and obligations required under the Project’s stringent Mine Operating Permit conditions. * The Johnny Lee Deposit underpins an 8-year mine life and is designed to be mined at 1.2 million tonnes of ore per annum. * Forecast production totaling 805,000 dry metric tonnes of copper concentrate containing 189,500 tonnes of copper metal over the life of the mine. * Average annual production of ~23,000 tonnes of copper metal at a C1 cash cost of US$1.51/lb. * The Project is forecast to generate $1.3 billion in gross sales and $518 million in pre-tax net cashflow during mine operations, based on a copper price of US$3.20/lb. * The Project has a pre-tax NPV5% of $124.9 million (IRR=17%) and a post-tax NPV5% of $77.6 million (IRR=13%). * Average annual post-tax cashflows of $77.8 million per annum for the first five years of operations. * Construction capital cost of $274.7 million. * Updated Inferred Mineral Resource of 8.3 million tonnes at 2.4% copper for 199,500 tonnes of contained copper completed for the Lowry Deposit, 3km south-east of Johnny Lee: • The updated Mineral Resource is based on updated geological modeling, resource estimation, classification, and mineralogy/recovery assumptions. • The Lowry Deposit is not covered by the current environmental permits and will need to undergo a further permitting and approvals process.Commenting on the Feasibility Study completion and key outcomes, Sandfire America CEO and Project Director Rob Scargill stated: “The positive outcomes of the Feasibility Study show that we can deliver a robust underground mining project at Black Butte that meets the world’s highest environmental standards while at the same time creating jobs, opportunities and significant direct and indirect benefits for the State of Montana. “This is one of the highest-grade copper deposits in the world and one of the very few fully-permitted and development-ready copper assets globally. The Feasibility Study delineates a clear pathway to unlocking its value for our shareholders in a manner that is consistent with world-best practice in ESG and community engagement. “The Project will employ 240 full-time, highly paid employees along with 20-30 full-time contractors as well as providing significant economic benefits for all stakeholders in the local community and Montana at large. We have already commenced pre-construction earthworks on the site employing over 30 Montanans through local contractors, in addition to our own dedicated team.“We are excited about the opportunity to move this high-quality project forward and position it to meet what is increasingly emerging as a new era of demand for copper driven by its growing use as a key input to renewable and clean energy applications, including the electrification of transportation globally.“Meanwhile, the updated Mineral Resource for the Lowry Deposit demonstrates the significant exploration potential at the Black Butte Copper Project. The deposit is located just 1.8km from the underground access portal for the Johnny Lee Deposit and is a high priority for our next round of exploration.” Black Butte Copper Project OverviewThe Black Butte Copper Project consists of 3,223 hectares of fee simple lands under mineral lease by the Company and 525 unpatented mining claims on U.S. Forest Service Lands (USFS), leased by the Company, totaling 4,037 hectares. The Black Butte Copper Project is located in south-central Montana in Meagher County, 27 km north of White Sulphur Springs.The Johnny Lee copper deposit was discovered by a joint venture between Cominco American Inc. and Utah International in 1985. The Johnny Lee copper deposit is comprised of two zones of mineralization: an upper copper zone (“UCZ”) situated at depths of 40m – 210m below surface and an underlying lower copper zone (“LCZ”) at depths of 340m – 520m below surface.A mine operating plan (“MOP”) application for the extraction of mineralized rock from both zones of the Johnny Lee Deposit was submitted to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (“MT DEQ”) in December 2015 and, following revisions, was deemed to be complete and compliant. A draft MOP permit was issued by the MT DEQ on September 18, 2017 and the Environmental Impact Statement (“EIS”) process started soon thereafter and was completed on March 13, 2020. The MOP proposes underground mining of the Johnny Lee Deposit using a drift and fill mining method and production of a copper concentrate by milling and froth flotation. Mill tailings will be used for underground paste-fill support and the surplus deposited in a double-lined cemented tailings storage facility.A legal challenge to the issuing of the Mine Operating Permit has been filed in the 14th Judicial Court of Montana. The same parties have also objected to the Company’s leasing of mitigation water rights that have preliminary approval from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (MT DNRC). The water rights have to be finalized prior to start of production.To date, the legal challenge has not resulted in any interference with development activities and construction continues. While the Company does not believe that either of these challenges have any merit, they do have the potential to delay the development timeline.The Lowry Deposit, a similar style copper deposit to the Johnny Lee Deposit, is located approximately 3km to the south-east of the Johnny Lee Deposit.For further details about the Project, please go to the Sandfire Resources America Inc. website at www.sandfireamerica.com.Johnny Lee Deposit - Mineral ReserveThe Mineral Reserve was prepared in accordance with Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and Petroleum (“CIM”) Definition Standards and will be supported by a technical report (the “Technical Report”) pursuant to NI 43-101, to be published and filed on the Company’s website and SEDAR profile within 45 days.A net smelter return (“NSR”) was calculated for each block in a block model based on metallurgical recovery, grade, and payability factors. Mine design shapes were created to reach a cut-off value of $70/t which was used for guidance to create detailed designs. All mining blocks then had dilution and recovery applied to them and were tested for economic viability. The mining stope and level designs with dilution and mining recovery factors applied determined the Mineral Reserve shown in Table 1.Table 1 – Mineral Reserve Johnny Lee DepositClassDiluted TonnesCu GradeContained Cu Metal (t) Proven1,998,0003.0%60,700 Probable6,804,0002.4%165,400 Total8,802,0002.6%226,100 Notes: 1\. The qualified person, as such term is defined, for the Mineral Reserve is Brad Evans MAusIMM CP(Mining). 2\. Effective date: October 19, 2020. All Mineral Reserves have been estimated in accordance with CIM definitions, as required under NI 43-101. 3\. Mineral reserves were estimated using a $3.10 /lb copper price and a NSR cut-off value of $70/t. 4\. Tonnages are rounded to the nearest 1,000 t, metal grades are rounded to one decimal place. All units are metric. 5\. Rounding as required by reporting guidelines may result in summation differences. 6\. Average metallurgical recovery is 84%The Mineral Reserves identified in Table 1 comply with CIM definitions and standards for a NI 43-101 Technical Report. Detailed information on mining, processing, metallurgical, and other relevant factors demonstrate, at the time of the Technical Report, that economic extraction is justified. The Feasibility Study did not identify any mining, metallurgical, infrastructure or other relevant factors that may materially affect the estimates of the Mineral Reserves or potential production. Table 2 below shows the Mineral Reserves broken out by zone.Table 2 – Mineral Reserves for the Johnny Lee Deposit by ZoneZoneClassDiluted TonnesCu GradeContained Cu Metal (Tonnes) UCZProven1,159,0002.2%25,900 Probable5,693,0002.1%116,900 Total6,852,0002.1%142,800 LCZProven839,0004.1%34,800 Probable1,111,0004.4%48,500 Total1,950,0004.3%83,300 Grand TotalTotal8,802,0002.6%226,100 Economic AnalysisThe Feasibility Study economic analysis is based on the Johnny Lee Deposit Mineral Reserves. The Feasibility Study does NOT include the Lowry Deposit.The copper price assumption adopted for the base case is $3.20/lb from the start of production.The Project’s pre-tax NPV at a 5% discount rate is estimated to be US$124.9M with an IRR of 17%. Cash Costs (C1) are estimated to be $1.51/lb of copper. The life-of-mine all-in sustaining cost is estimated to be $1.63/lb of copper. Payback of start-up capital is achieved approximately 3 years from commissioning.Table 3 – Economic Sensitivity Analysis for the Johnny Lee DepositBlack Butte Copper Project - FS Case Pre-Tax NPV Sensitivity Impacts Sensitivity Variables Confidence Ranges$ Millions , Pre-TaxNPV @ 5% WorstBestWorstBestPoint Cu Selling Price-10%10%$30$216$125 Cu Grade-10%10%$33$214$125 Cu Recovery-10%10%$33$214$125 Concentrate Shipping Costs - Land10%-10%$116$130$125 Opex - Mining10%-10%$108$138$125 Opex - Process10%-10%$107$140$125 Capital - Mining10%-10%$113$133$125 Capital - Process & Admin10%-10%$105$142$125 Johnny Lee Mineral Reserve Estimation Methodology and Parameters Mining MethodsThe Black Butte Copper Project Johnny Lee deposit contains two zones – the UCZ and the LCZ. Both of these zones are characterized as being high-grade, laying at low angles and with relatively narrow widths. All deposits have anomalous silver and cobalt mineralization; however copper is the only economic product considered in the Feasibility Study.Geotechnical data was gathered from logging of the diamond drill core performed by Sandfire America geologists as well as part of previous work by MDEng (MDEng, 2015). Specific geotechnical holes were drilled along the projected main decline and one of the ventilation raises and logged by Mining Plus. Mining Plus in collaboration with Sandfire America geologists undertook a quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) audit of the data gathered. Acoustic Televiewer and oriented core data were used to determine structural information. In addition to the data logging, multiple rock property tests were performed on different rock types.The Johnny Lee Deposit will be accessed by a single main ramp driven from surface. The ramp dimensions will be 5m wide by 5m high and excavated with a flat back to maximize the stability of the flat dipping joint sets that are prevalent throughout the Project. The ramp will be excavated at a maximum gradient of -15% from the surface and pass to the east of the UCZ and then spiraling down to the LCZ. Ventilation and secondary egress will be through 3 main ventilation raises.All material handling will be by trackless underground equipment with 51-tonne haul trucks hauling ore directly from stope areas to either a surface ore pad or the surface crusher.The mining method will be a combination of drift and fill and cut and fill depending on the height of the orebody. All openings will be completely backfilled with Paste Backfill to allow for the complete extraction of the orebody. In the UCZ where the orebody is wider a Primary-Secondary-Tertiary method, where the tertiary stopes are extracted through an unsupported slash retreat.Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Test WorkPrevious metallurgical test work programs undertaken by the Company indicated that production of a copper concentrate from the LCZ by froth flotation recovered 93.3% to 96.6% of the copper resulting in a concentrate grading 27.0% to 30.8% copper. Tests on UCZ composites during the same test programs showed a wide range of copper recoveries (61.9% to 91.2%) at concentrate grades of 18.5% to 24.5% copper. Mineralogical investigation of UCZ metallurgical composites indicated that copper sulphide liberation was the primary metric that defined metallurgical performance.Systematic mineralogical investigation of UCZ drill intercepts was undertaken to define the vertical and lateral variability in copper sulphide liberation throughout the entire UCZ. This study also allowed the geometry of the supergene alteration zone (at the intersection of Fault 1 and the brittle-ductile shear zone) to be resolved. The supergene altered zone comprises 2.2% of the total volume of the UCZ.Based on the mineralogy derived geometallurgical model, 19 PQ diameter (85 mm) diamond drillholes were targeted to intersect the complete range of UCZ copper liberation types. From these drillholes, 21 metallurgical composites were developed, including two composites from the supergene alteration zone.Comprehensive batch rougher and cleaner flotation tests were completed on all 21 UCZ metallurgical composites to determine the optimum primary grind size, reagent suite, rougher regrind size and flowsheet configuration for UCZ ore. Tests undertaken with site water showed no significant differences to those completed with laboratory tap water. Two rounds of locked-cycle tests were conducted, using a representative subset (seven to eight composites) of the UCZ composites using slightly different regrind sizes and different grinding media. Based on the test work the optimized flowsheet for the UCZ was developed:Primary grind to 35 µm P80; Lime addition to rougher flotation circuit to maintain pH = 9.5; Rougher flotation using aero 3477, mono-sodium phosphate and dextrin; Regrind of rougher concentrate to 10 µm P80; Lime addition during regrind to maintain cleaner flotation circuit pH = 9.5; Additional mono-sodium phosphate and dextrin added during regrind; Three stage cleaner flotation circuit with cleaner scavenger; Additional aero 3477 added to cleaner flotation circuit; and Polyfroth w31 added to cleaner flotation circuit.The locked-cycle tests on non-supergene altered composites, using the optimized flowsheet recovered 70.6% to 90.1% of the copper into a concentrate assaying 16.9% to 27.1% copper. Locked-cycle testing of a supergene altered UCZ composite recovered 69.8% of the copper into a concentrate assaying 14.1% copper. A blend of the six non-supergene altered composites was used to create an UCZ global composite. Locked-cycle testing of this composite recovered 81.6% copper into a concentrate assaying 24.4% copper.Given the amount of variability in non-supergene altered UCZ composites, the relationship between copper recovery and categorized proportional geometallurgical core logging, comprehensive geochemistry and systematic mineralogy was evaluated in detail. Of these, mineragraphy-defined copper sulphide liberation metrics showed the best correlation with recovery. The regression-based formula below defines the relationship between variability batch test cleaner copper recovery (from the 19, non-supergene altered composites) with five mineralogy derived metrics:Variability test Cu cleaner recovery = 94.144 + (0.10615*(A+B)) + (-0.28667*(C+D)) + (-0.26708*E)A =% Chalcopyrite interlocked with marcasite/siegenite; B =% Chalcopyrite interlocked with gangue; C =% Chalcopyrite in ternary grains; D =% Chalcopyrite in quaternary grains; E =% pyrite.There is a robust linear correlation between the variability test cleaner copper recoveries and the cleaner recoveries from the six locked-cycle tests on non-supergene altered UCZ composites using the optimized UCZ flowsheet. This linear correlation is defined by:Locked-cycle test Cu cleaner recovery = (0.6619 * variability test Cu cleaner recovery) + 31.231The formulae above were used to convert the mineragraphy metrics from 113, non-supergene altered UCZ mineralogy composites spaced throughout the UCZ (both laterally and vertically) into expected copper recoveries. Inverse distance weighted squared (“ID2”) interpolation of these copper recovery metrics has been used to create a copper recovery model for the UCZ that has been integrated with the Mineral Resource model. Based on the process outlined above, estimated copper recoveries for the UCZ range from 68.2% to 87.9%.The supergene altered zone has been assigned a copper recovery estimate of 69.8% based on the locked-cycle test of the supergene altered composite.A batch, single-stage cleaner flotation test on a LCZ composite, using the UCZ flowsheet, recovered 92.3% copper to a concentrate assaying 26.1% copper. Locked-cycle testing was undertaken using a blend of the UCZ global composite (76%) and the LCZ composite (24%). Copper in the feed was 93.2% recovered into a concentrate grading 21.5% copper. The metallurgical balance indicated that there were no negative synergies between blending the two feed sources. Based on previous and recent test work, a global 93% copper recovery has been assigned to the LCZ.Analyses of the copper concentrates from locked-cycle testing of UCZ composites has reported potentially deleterious levels of arsenic. There is no correlation between the arsenic concentration of the feed composites and that in the concentrates as only certain arsenic bearing minerals (primarily tennantite) preferentially deport to the concentrate. There is a strong linear correlation between the tennantite percentage of the feed, estimated using systematic mineragraphy, and the arsenic levels in copper concentrates from locked-cycle tests. This correlation is defined by the formula:Locked-cycle test cleaner concentrate as grade (ppm) = (8048.4 * tennantite%) + 3202.6This formula has been used to convert the tennantite concentrations for the systematic mineralogy composites into expected arsenic concentrations in copper concentrate. ID2 interpolation has been used to create an arsenic in concentrate block model which has been integrated with the copper recovery and Mineral Resource models. Based on the tennantite concentrations, arsenic in UCZ concentrates is expected to range from 3,202 to 14,876 ppm.Based on analyses of the concentrate produced during locked-cycle testing of a master LCZ composite a global arsenic in concentrate value (230 ppm) has been assigned to LCZ ore.Recovery MethodsMetallurgical test work indicates that the copper in the UCZ and LCZ can be recovered to a concentrate by crushing, grinding, and froth flotation processes. The UCZ ore requires a fine primary grind (38 µm P80) and a very fine regrind (10 µm P80) of the rougher concentrate to achieve optimized recoveries. The LCZ ore does not require such fine grinds to achieve optimized recoveries. However, as it will be blended with UCZ ore in small volumes, the blended ore will be treated using the process as optimized for UCZ ore. Metallurgical test work has demonstrated that there are no reductions in copper recovery to concentrate from UCZ or LCZ ore by blending and processing the blend using the flowsheet optimized for UCZ ore.InfrastructureThe layout and surface footprint of all aboveground infrastructure for the Project has been designed as part of the MOP application submitted to the MT DEQ. The ground infrastructure in the MOP includes: access roads, site roads, mine portal, ventilation raises, processing plant, reclamation stockpiles, temporary waste rock storage, cemented tailings facility, process water pond, contact water pond, storage water pond, non-contact water reservoir, sub-surface infiltration gallery, power lines, pipelines, workshops, store, offices and parking.Capital and Operating CostsCapital Cost EstimatesThe Project capital cost estimate has been developed for the Feasibility Study and is based upon an Engineer, Procure and Construction Management (“EPCM”) approach for the construction and commissioning of the Project facilities. This includes mine, plant and infrastructure, the process plant and infrastructure, general mine infrastructure and roads.A capital cost of $274.7 million, including contingency, has been developed for the Project and includes all costs before the commencement of production. The capital costs have been estimated to a ±15% accuracy. The breakdown of the Project Capital is given in Table 4.Table 4 – Project Capital cost breakdownAreaCapital Cost $M Mining$65.1 Site Infrastructure$91.4 Mineral Processing & WTP$72.7 Project In-directs (EPCM & Owner Costs)$20.5 Contingencies (mine, process, infrastructure & in-directs)$25.0 Total Project$274.7 Mining Operating CostsOperating costs have been developed using the parameters specified in the process design criteria. Annual operating costs and costs per tonne mined has been developed. The mining operating cost estimate has been developed on the basis of ore to the ROM pad at the same rate as the processing plant name plate of 1.2 million tonnes per annum. The operating cost estimate is $27.8 million per annum or $22.82 per tonne of ore supplied to the ROM.Process Plant Operating CostsOperating costs have been developed using the parameters specified in the process design criteria. Annual operating costs and costs per tonne milled has been developed. Operating costs for the treatment plant have been estimated to an accuracy of ±15%. The costs are presented in United State dollars (USD$) and are based on prices obtained during the second quarter of 2019 (2Q19) and exclude the VAT cost components.The processing operating cost (excluding freight) estimate has been developed on the basis of a process plant feed tonnage of 1.2 million tonnes per annum. The processing operating cost (excluding freight) estimate is $29.43 million per annum or $25.52 per tonne milled.Risks Affecting Potential DevelopmentEnvironmentalThe Company conducted exploration under Exploration License 00710 issued by the MT DEQ. Regulations include the bonding of exploration disturbances to ensure reclamation is completed. The Company currently has an obligated bond of $137,365 for completion of the reclamation of the 2018/2019 Phase 2 and earlier drill programs. These obligations will be released when the reclamation is completed by the Company and inspected and approved by the MT DEQ. In addition, there are approximately 37 monitoring wells/test wells, and one water well, and 15 piezometers currently in place that will ultimately need to be removed during closure and reclamation.Potential short- and long-term impacts caused by mining activities were evaluated from several perspectives: impacts to the environment during operation and closure, issues or impacts that could materially affect the mine’s ability to extract the Mineral Reserves, and socio-economic impacts.Potential impacts to the environment were addressed in detail in the Environmental Impact Statement (MT DEQ, 2019 and 2020).In addition to the approved MOP there are 27 other permits or plans that need to be approved by Federal, Montana State, or Meagher County authorities. These permits and plans cover: water quality, water rights, water supply, wetlands and streambed preservation, aquatics monitoring, dam safety, sewerage disposal, air quality, invasive vegetation, tribal communications, cultural resources, community impact, mining infrastructure, mining operations and emergency response. Work has been initiated on all but four of these permits/plans (which are largely administrative). To date, five permits/plans have been approved, nine applications have been submitted and nine applications are in the process of being compiled.LegalThe MOP was designed to meet the requirements of the Montana Metal Mine Reclamation Act and the rules and regulations governing the act. Additional permits including a Montana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“MPDES”) were obtained through the MT DEQ.Compliance with the applicable legal requirements is demonstrated by the MT DEQ’s approval of the following: MOP, Air Quality Permit, MPDES and construction storm water permit. A draft Environmental Impact Statement was published by the MT DEQ on March 11, 2019, as required under the Montana Environmental Policy Act, and finalized on March 13, 2020. Subsequently, the MT DEQ issued a Record of Decision for the mine on April 9, 2020, identifying MT DEQ’s decision, the reasons for the decision and special conditions surrounding the decision and its implementation.As previously reported, a legal challenge against the Project regarding the mine operation permit continues with a potential hearing expected in late October in front of Judge Spaulding of the 14th Judicial Court. To date, the legal challenge has not resulted in any interference with development activities and construction continues.Leasing of mitigation water rights has preliminary approval from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (MT DNRC). However, there are objections which will slow down the process. The water rights have to be finalized to start production. While we do not believe that either of these challenges have any merit, they do have the potential to delay the project development timeline.For additional information, please refer to the document entitled “Management Discussion and Analysis for the year ended June 30, 2020”, which the Company filed on the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com on August 25, 2020.Lowry Deposit – Mineral ResourcesThe updated Mineral Resource statement for the Lowry Deposit is summarized in Table 3. The Mineral Resource statement is supported by recent updates to the geological modeling, resource estimation, and mineralogy with recovery assumptions in addition to historic drilling, analyses, and studies. The Lowry Deposit contains no Mineral Reserves, and therefore is not included in the Feasibility Study. The Lowry Deposit has a much lower density of drilling than the Johnny Lee Deposit. Mineralization is hosted in two distinct zones of > 1.2% Cu mineralization. These zones are termed the Lowry middle copper zone (“LMCZ”), and the Lowry lower copper zone (“LLCZ”).A total of 51 drillholes have been used for the 2020 Lowry Deposit Mineral Resource. Drillhole intersection spacing in the LMCZ ranges from 40 – 100 m. The LMCZ is hosted by a succession of massive sulphide and pyritic shale with interbedded conglomerate, carbonaceous shale and shale.Ten mineralogical composites from the LMCZ have been investigated (McArthur, 2019). Using the regression-based relationship derived for the Johnny Lee Deposit UCZ, an average Cu recovery of 86% is estimated for the Lowry Deposit in both the LMCZ and the LLCZ.The >1.2% Cu zones are surrounded by >0.25% Cu mineralization referred to as Halo mineralization. The Halo mineralization is largely confined to the host unit but does transgress the hanging wall and footwall contacts in places.Many of the drillholes that intersected the LMCZ were stopped-short of the LLCZ, consequently drillhole spacing in the LLCZ is larger than that of the LMCZ, ranging from 60 – 200m.Mineral Resource classification was assigned to the Lowry Deposit block model by the QP based upon: geological knowledge, continuity of Cu grade within mineralized zones, thickness of the mineralized zones, confidence in the underlying data (logging, assay, and physical testing), spatial continuity as determined through variography for Cu, recovery data, kriging quality variables (kriging efficiency, average distance to samples, and estimation run pass), and drill sample spacing on a domain basis. Blocks within the LMCZ and LLCZ have been categorized as Inferred classification consistent with NI 43-101 and the CIM Definition Standards. Mineralized material in the LUCZ and the halo mineralization was not deemed acceptable for classification at this time but represents mineralization potential with future studies. A combination of wireframe volumes and scripting of specific blocks was used to apply the appropriate block classification of Mineral Resource categories.Summary Mineral Resources have been estimated and reported using an economic cut-off grade (CoG) applied to copper as estimated in the resource block model. This Mineral Resource statement is supported by drilling, analyses, geological modelling, and extensive metallurgical studies to provide updated recoveries.Table 5 – Lowry Deposit Mineral Resource effective October 15, 2020 – SRK Consulting (U.S.), Inc.CategoryQuantity (Mt)Cu (%)Total Metal (kt) LMCZ Inferred5.72.5144.5 LLCZ Inferred126.96.36.199 Combined LMCZ + LLCZ Inferred8.32.4199.5 Source: SRK, 2020 * The effective date for this Mineral Resource is October 15, 2020. All significant figures are rounded to reflect the relative accuracy of the estimates. Copper assay values were capped where appropriate; * Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Inferred Mineral Resources have a high degree of uncertainty as to their economic and technical feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an Inferred Mineral Resources can be upgraded to Measured or Indicated Mineral Resources; * Metallurgical recovery of copper has been assigned to the Lowry Deposit using the mean recovery of 86% Cu based on mineralogical and regression-based analyses; * To demonstrate reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction of Mineral Resources, a cut-off grade of 1.20% copper based on metal recoverability assumptions, long-term copper price assumptions of $3.20/lb, mining costs, processing costs, G&A costs totaling $71/t; * There are no known legal, political, environmental, or other risks that could materially affect the potential development of the Mineral Resources other than those outlined in the Management Discussion and Analysis of the June 2020 Company Quarterly Report and identified above. All Mineral Resources are located within land currently under control or lease to Sandfire Resources America Inc.Table 6 shows the tabulated grade-tonnage curve data to assess the sensitivity of Mineral Resources to changes in CoG.Table 6 - Tabulated Grade-Tonnage Data by Cut-off GradeCut-offcu_pctTonnage IncrementIncrementInc GradeInc Tonnage 0.252.299,020,421 0.250.500.412,807 0.502.309,017,614 0.500.750.6759,156 0.752.318,958,458 0.751.000.90249,515 1.002.358,708,943 1.001.251.15604,577 1.252.448,104,366 1.251.501.37837,993 1.502.567,266,373 1.501.751.63827,930 1.752.686,438,443 1.752.001.881,079,210 2.002.845,359,232 2.002.252.121,380,083 2.253.093,979,150 2.252.502.36865,160 2.503.293,113,990 2.502.752.62816,074 2.753.532,297,915 2.753.002.87505,766 3.003.711,792,150 3.003.253.12526,143 3.253.961,266,006 3.253.503.37349,693 3.504.18916,314 3.503.753.62250,177 3.754.39666,137 3.754.003.86210,985 4.004.63455,152 4.00>4.004.63455,152 Comparison to Previous Mineral Resource EstimatesThe previous Mineral Resource for the Lowry Deposit was completed in 2013 (effective date July 12, 2013) as part of the Company’s Preliminary Economic Assessment (the “PEA”). Continued flotation testing since the release of the PEA report has shown unfavorable results for polymetallic products other than Cu given the current economic assumptions. Therefore, for the 2020 Mineral Resources at the Lowry Deposit, Co, Ag, and Au have been excluded.The 2020 updated classification for Lowry Deposit Mineral Resources is aligned with the 2019 Johnny Lee Deposit classification. This has resulted in a change from the 2013 Lowry Deposit Mineral Resources which reported a combination of indicated and inferred Mineral Resources at the time. Updated 3D wireframing of the major mineralized zones, spatial continuity analyses, and a review of estimation criteria has resulted in the updating of Lowry Deposit resources to be entirely classified as inferred Mineral Resources.The total quantity of Mineral Resources has increased in 2020 from the 2013 statement. This is due to inclusion of the LLCZ, which was not part of the 2013 resource estimate, as well as updated mineralized 3D wireframes and the estimation of Specific Gravity (“SG”) values compared to assignment of mean SG data in 2013.The average Cu grade has decreased in the 2020 Mineral Resources compared to the 2013 statement. This is due to changes in the composite size from 1.0 m in 2013 to 1.5 m in 2020, use of ordinary kriging (“OK”) estimation method in 2020 compared to Inverse Distance Weighting (“IDW”) to the third power, improved search neighborhood incorporating multiple samples and search ellipsoid aligned with the dominant directions of mineralization, reduced CoG of 1.2% Cu from 1.6% Cu in 2013, and modified domains constraining estimation to zones of approximately greater than 1.2% Cu.Lowry Resource Estimation Methodology and ParametersMineral Resource estimation was performed for the Lowry Deposit by SRK Consulting (U.S.) Inc. (“SRK”) using Maptek™ Vulcan™ software. The focus of estimation was on Cu as the key economic variable of interest. SRK performed an extensive review of all historic geological and drilling data on the Lowry Deposit including QA/QC and general data verification. Estimation of Cu and SG was performed using a combination of OK and IDW to the power of two based on a multi-pass method within modeled domains. Domains were modeled using a combination of lithostratigraphic data and grade shelling.In areas of limited data that did not meet the minimum criteria for estimation in the final pass, a scripted value was assigned to the block variable by domain. The scripted value assigned is the variable mean from capped composites by domain. A limited number of blocks in the Lowry block model met this criterion and were located primarily in the LUCZ domains and are excluded from Mineral Resource calculations.SG was estimated in the block model using a two-pass method of IDW2 with varying search neighborhoods by domain. As with quality variables, blocks not estimated in the last pass were scripted a mean value based on composite data. As there is less SG data compared to quality analytical variables, a greater number of blocks were scripted with the domain mean.Each mineralized domain has a unique search neighborhood based on the Cu variogram, mineralization thickness, and data spacing within the domain. For most domains, the directionality of the search ellipsoid was varied by block based on the average orientation of the domain’s modeled wireframe.The primary mineralized domains of LMCZ and LLCZ show that the majority of blocks were populated in the first pass with all remaining blocks estimated in the second pass. In the LUCZ, due to limited data, the percentage of blocks estimated in the first few passes show that portions of the domain exhibit limited confidence in estimated quality while large portions are low confidence and thus populated in either a large search pass or with scripted mean values. As a result, the LUCZ does not contain Mineral Resources at this time but represents mineralized potential for targeted future work programs at the Lowry Deposit.Lowry Deposit Copper Recovery EstimationMineralogical test work at the Lowry Deposit was used for a regression-based analysis derived from similar mineralization style observed at the Johnny Lee Deposit. The resultant outcome shows an 86% recovery of Cu assumption. For the purposes of determining Mineral Resources, the average of 86% recovery was applied in the determination of total contained Cu.Lowry Deposit Determination of Cut-off Grade for ResourceTo demonstrate reasonable prospects of eventual economic extraction of Mineral Resources at the Lowry Deposit, a cut-off grade was applied that accounts for assumed metallurgical recovery of Cu, operational costs, and long-term market-driven Cu pricing. Metallurgical recovery was assigned at 86% Cu recovery based on mineralogical test work and regression analysis based on mineralogical similarities with work done at the nearby Johnny Lee Deposit. Operational costs were assumed consistent with work completed at Johnny Lee Deposit with a US$71/tonne assumed cost. Cu price assumptions are based on US$3.20/lb derived from a mean of multiple market-based long-term pricing forecasts. Using these assumptions, a cut-off grade of 1.2% Cu was applied to the Lowry Deposit.It is the opinion of the QP that the estimation for Cu and SG in the Lowry block model is appropriate given the data spacing, geological model, and data variability per domain. Some domains contain limited data, therefore were estimated using a simplified neighborhood and estimation method such as IDW2. In domains that are better informed with drilling data, OK was used when an acceptable variogram was calculated.Qualified PersonsThe technical information contained in this news release related to the Johnny Lee Deposit has been reviewed and approved by Erik Ronald, M. Eng., P.Geo, RM-SME, Principal Resource Geology Consultant, SRK, Brad Evans, MAusIMM, CP(Mining), and Deepak Malhotra Ph.D. RM-SME, Resource Development Inc. Messrs. Ronald, Evans and Malhotra are qualified persons, as such term is defined in NI 43-101 for Mineral Resources, Mineral Reserves and metallurgical processing respectively. Messrs. Ronald and Malhotra are independent of the Company. For additional detailed information on the key assumptions, parameters and methods used to estimate the Mineral Reserves, along with other information about the Johnny Lee Deposit, please refer to the Technical Report to be filed.The technical information contained in this news release related to the Lowry Deposit has been reviewed and approved by Messrs. Ronald and Malhotra. The Mineral Resource block model and estimation for the Lowry Deposit was reviewed and accepted by Messrs. Ronald and Malhotra acting as qualified persons for Mineral Resources. The final Mineral Resource classification and calculations were performed by Mr. Ronald using Maptek’s Vulcan™ software. Domaining of copper mineralization was performed by Sandfire America staff using Leapfrog Geo™ software and reviewed by the qualified persons.The qualified persons referred to above have verified the data disclosed in this news release, including sampling, analytical, and test data underlying the information or opinions contained in this news release.Contact Information: Sandfire Resources America Inc. Nancy Schlepp, VP of Communications Mobile: 406-224-8180 Office: 406-547-3466 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAdditional information on Sandfire Resources America Inc. can be viewed on SEDAR under the Company’s profile at www.sedar.com or on Sandfire Resources America Inc.’s website at www.sandfireamerica.comCautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: Certain disclosures in this document constitute “forward looking information” within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation, including statements regarding the Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve estimates, the proposed mining plans and recovery methods, estimates of capital, operating costs and sustaining, estimates of other costs and payments, the estimated amount of future production, both produced and metal recovered, cash flow, internal rate of return (IRR), pre and post-net present value, mine life, payback, gross sales, estimated recoveries, the number of persons to be employed by the Project and economic returns and benefits from an operating mine, the Feasibility Study and the expected timing of filing thereof, and expected outcomes. Forward-looking statements include statements that are predictive in nature, are reliant on future events or conditions, or include words such as "expects", "potential", "anticipates", "plans", "believes", "considers", "significant", "intends", "targets", "estimates", "seeks", attempts", "assumes", and other similar expressions. In making these forward-looking statements, the Company has applied certain factors and assumptions that the Company believes are reasonable, including those assumptions previously set out in this news release and the following assumptions: that the Company will receive required regulatory approvals, the Company’s successful advancement of the Black Butte Copper Project, the expected positive results from the Project based on the estimates and findings contained in the Feasibility Study, that the Company will continue to be able to access sufficient funding to execute its plans, that the Company is able to procure equipment and supplies in sufficient quantities and on a timely basis, that the Company’s exploration and development activities on the Black Butte Copper Project will not be affected by actions of environmental activists or other special interest groups, that the results of exploration and development activities will be consistent with management’s expectations, the assumptions underlying internal rates of return and net present value are valid, that capital costs and sustaining costs will be as estimated, that the assumptions underlying Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve estimates are valid, that no unforeseen accident, fire, ground instability, flooding, labor disruption, equipment failure, metallurgical, environmental or other events that could delay or increase the cost of development will occur, that the current price and demand for copper and other metals will be sustained or will improve; that general business and economic conditions will not change in a materially adverse manner; and the continuity of economic and political conditions and operations of the Company.However, the forward-looking statements in this document are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors, including factors relating to the Company’s operation as a mineral exploration and development company and the Black Butte Copper Project, that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward-looking statements, including those risks previously set out in this news release and the following risks: the risk that any of the assumptions on which the forward looking information is based prove to be incorrect or invalid, the risk of unexpected variations in Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves, grade or recovery rates, the possibility of cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses, uncertainties relating to the availability and costs of financing needed in the future, that actual costs of restoration activities are greater than expected and that changes in Project parameters as plans continue to be refined result in increased costs, results of exploration and development activities will not be consistent with management’s expectations, uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; delays in obtaining or inability to obtain required government or other regulatory approvals or financing, failure of plant, equipment or processes to operate as anticipated, the risk of accidents, labor disputes, inclement or hazardous weather conditions, unusual or unexpected geological conditions, ground control problems, earthquakes, flooding; interference with the Company’s exploration or development activities by environmental activists or other special interest groups; inability to procure equipment and supplies in sufficient quantities and on a timely basis; the risk that estimated costs will be higher than anticipated and the risk that the proposed mine plan and recoveries will not be achieved, the risks disclosed in the Company’s most recently filed Management Discussion and Analysis and the Company’s other continuous disclosure filings filed under the Company's profile at www.sedar.com and all of the other risks generally associated with the development and operation of mining facilities. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company does not intend, and expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to, update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.CAUTIONARY NOTE TO US READERS. As a Canadian reporting issuer, the Company is subject to rules, policies and regulations issued by Canadian regulatory authorities and is required to provide detailed information regarding its properties including mineralization, drilling, sampling and analysis, security of samples and Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve estimates. In addition, as a Canadian reporting issuer, the Company is required to describe Mineral Resources associated with its properties utilizing Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (“CIM”) definitions of “indicated” or “inferred”, which categories of resources are recognized by Canadian regulations but are not recognized by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).The SEC allows mining companies, in their filings with the SEC to disclose only those mineral deposits they can economically and legally extract or produce. Accordingly, information contained in this News Release regarding our mineral deposits may not be comparable to similar information made public by U.S. companies subject to the reporting and disclosure requirements under the United States federal securities laws and the rules and regulations of the Commission thereunder.Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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DENVER, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Axcient, a leader in business availability software for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), has appointed Rick Yates, Managing Director of Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Yates will report to Axcient’s Chief Executive Officer David Bennett. His start date is effective November 1. “Rick is the right person to accelerate our growth in EMEA, as he has a proven track record of success with MSPs in the European market,” said Bennett. “He is highly regarded in the industry and has a plan to bring our technology to channel partners throughout Europe. We are thrilled to welcome him to our team and look forward to Axcient’s expansion and development in the EMEA region and globally.”Yates will build on Axcient’s development plan in the UK and expand his focus on Europe with ultimate responsibility for all Axcient business activities across EMEA.Previously, Yates was the Managing Director of Zedsphere, a specialist distributor of cloud-based technology products specifically for MSPs. He has more than ten years of experience working with MSPs in the IT channel building sales and marketing strategies.“MSPs consistently tell us that when it comes to security, they want products that are easy to use, reliable, and well supported,” said Yates. “Axcient has taken bold, impressive steps to meet these needs, and I am excited to engage with the growing Axcient EMEA partner base to help the MSP community deliver high-value managed security services for their clients.”To learn more about Axcient, please visit www.axcient.com.About Axcient Axcient is an award-winning leader in business availability software for Managed Service Providers (MSPs). Axcient x360 empowers MSPs to Protect Everything™ by combining SaaS Backup, BCDR, and secure File Sync & Share into one platform and experience. Trusted by MSPs worldwide, Axcient protects business data and continuity from events such as security breaches, human error, and natural disasters. For more information, visit www.axcient.com.Media Contact Amanda Lee ARL Strategic Communications for Axcient (727) 272-0781 Amanda.Lee@arlpr.com
Integrated charge pump delivers >92% efficiency with 3V LI coin cell battery in IoT applications Ultra Low Power RGBW LED Driver with Color Crossfade and Automated Sequences The IS31FL3197 integrates a high-efficiency charge pump for operation down to 2.0V, a crossfade engine to create smooth color transitions and a programmable self-running pattern generator for automated RGBW lighting effects. MILPITAS, Calif., Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lumissil Microsystems, a division of ISSI, today announced the release of the IS31FL3197, a feature rich upgrade to the previously announced 4-channel LED driver IS31FL3195. The IS31FL3197 integrates a high-efficiency charge pump for operation down to 2.0V, a crossfade engine to create smooth color transitions and a programmable self-running pattern generator for automated RGBW lighting effects. With the introduction of this new device, Lumissil further expands its LED driver presence in energy saving markets for Internet-of-Things (IOT), wearable and battery operated devices. The new IS31FL3197 is ideal for power-conscious applications where long battery life, high efficiency, small footprint and total RGBW color management is critical. LEDs can consume a considerable amount of power therefore, the IS31FL3197 with its low voltage range of 2.0 to 3.3V, low 700µA quiescent and 0.5µA shutdown current simplifies low power management applications. The individual LED current can be configured for up to 10mA with current-level adjust to maintain consistent LED brightness and color.“Operating LEDs with lithium coin cell batteries can be a challenge especially when the battery voltage reaches its cutoff voltage of about 2.0V. The electronics might be capable of operating down to 1.8V but LEDs require a higher voltage for LCD backlighting and visual notification. The IS31FL3197 with its highly efficient charge pump and power saving features will enable RGBW LED operation down to the battery’s cutoff voltage.”, said Ven Shan, VP of Marketing at Lumissil Microsystems. Once programmed by the local microcontroller, the IS31FL3197 will continue its color crossfade or lighting sequences even when the microcontroller is shut down to conserve power. The 1MHz charge pump in the IS31FL3197 is automatically enabled when the battery voltage is not sufficient to power the LEDs. For additional power savings, the driver will disable unused blocks when the LEDs are not active and when the automated sequence is running; significantly decreasing the average power consumption.Key features and benefits of the IS31FL3197 * Built-in 1MHz charge pump with 1.0×, 1.5x and 2.0× gain providing up to 92% LED drive efficiency \- Operation from 2.0 to 3.3V \- 0.5µA shutdown current; 700µA quiescent operating current * I2C interface to configure RGBW LED sequences and current * Support four LEDs – RGBW \- Each LED current is configurable up to 10mA with software current adjust \- Each LED has its own fade registers with independent start/stop * Automatic operation with pre-established lighting patterns \- Crossfade function to automatically cycle between predefined colors * Very small footprint WLCSP-16 (1.88mm×1.8mm) and QFN-16 (4mm×4mm) packagesPrice and AvailabilityThe IS31FL3197-QFSL2-TR is available and priced at $0.35 in quantities of 10,000.About Lumissil Lumissil is the analog/mixed-signal product division of ISSI, a fabless semiconductor company that designs and markets high performance integrated circuits for the following key markets: (I) automotive, (ii) communications, (iii) industrial/medical, and (iv) digital consumer. Lumissil’s primary products are LED drivers for low to mid-power RGB color mixing and high power lighting applications. Other products include audio, sensor, high speed wired communications, optical networking ICs and Application-specific microcontrollers. ISSI/Lumissil is headquartered in Silicon Valley with worldwide offices in Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, China, Europe, Hong Kong, India, and Korea. Visit our web site at http://www.lumissil.com/About Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. (ISSI)ISSI is a fabless semiconductor company that designs, develops and markets high performance SRAM, DRAM, Flash memory (including NOR flash, NAND flash and managed NAND solutions (eMMC)), and Analog/Mixed-signal integrated circuits. ISSI provides high-quality semiconductor products and has been a committed long-term supplier to its customers. ISSI is headquartered in Silicon Valley with worldwide offices in Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, China, Europe, Hong Kong, India, and Korea. Visit our web site at http://www.issi.com/Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. Ven Shan408 969 email@example.com Aaron Reynoso408 969 firstname.lastname@example.orgA photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/039c8470-7a3a-457f-ac26-b31a018cfd19.