Proactive news headlines: AdEPT Technology, Circle Property, British Lithium, Power Metal Resources.

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AdEPT Technology Group PLC (LON:ADT) said a strong end to the fourth quarter had continued into its current financial year.


Circle Property PLC (LON:CRC) raised its dividend 23% for the year just ended and said it was cautiously confident about the outlook for the business.


Woodbois Limited (LON:WBI) said it is on track to become cash flow positive and profitable this year.


British Lithium Ltd has applied for two more patents, making a total of three in less than three months, as it continues to work to sustainably extract lithium from the mica in granite.


Polarean Imaging PLC (LON:POLX) said the world-renowned University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has now installed one of the company’s 9820 Xenon Polariser systems.


Seeing Machines Limited (LON:SEE) said it has signed an agreement with Airservices Australia which will see its technology integrated into the Air Traffic Control (ATC) environment.


Coro Energy PLC (LON:CORO) said its investee company ion Ventures, in which it has a 20.3% stake, is accelerating its energy storage plans with a landmark UK transaction.


CentralNic Group PLC (LON:CNIC), the internet domains and website services specialist, said it has set up a data and artificial intelligence operation to “leverage its vast data sets”.


FastForward Innovations Ltd (LON:FFWD) said it has invested a further GBP50,000 in cannabidiol (CBD) consumer goods group South West Brands (SWB) by way of a 12-month, 8% convertible loan note (CLN) as part of a funding round for SWB to raise GBP100,000.


ECR Minerals PLC (LON:ECR) said work programmes for three exploration permits at its Lolworth District licence territories in North Queensland, Australia have been approved by the Department of Resources and Environmental Authority.


Ariana Resources PLC (LON:AAU) said drilling results confirmed gold to be a significant component of the Kokkinoyia deposit within the Magellan project in Cyprus.


Accesso Technology Group PLC (LON:ACSO) said year-to-date revenues in 2021 are significantly ahead of expectations and that in the absence of major new impacts from the pandemic, it now expects full-year revenue for 2021 to be in excess of US$100mln.


Metal Tiger PLC (LON:MTR, ASX:MTR) welcomed Sandfire Resources Ltd’s (ASX:SFR) announcement that it had been granted a mining licence by the government of Botswana for the Motheo copper mine, allowing full-scale construction of the US$279mln project to begin.


i3 Energy Plc (LON:I3E, TSX:ITE) has inked a C$65mln deal to expand its footprint in Central Alberta, acquiring assets producing around 8,400 barrels of oil equivalent per day from Cenovus Energy Inc. It is raising GBP40mln to support the transaction, via a share placing and a retail offer via the PrimaryBid platform.


San Leon Energy PLC (LON:SLE) agreed with Midwestern Leon Petroleum Limited that a payment under a loan note agreement will be waived.


Catenae Innovations PLC (LON:CTEA) announced that its subsidiary Hyperneph has developed a cloud-based platform and mobile app now used by a charity working with public sector organisations.


Enteq Upstream PLC (LON:NTQ) chief executive Andrew Law highlighted in the company’s full-year result continues to be well-positioned to support current and future activities.


Aminex PLC (LON:AEX) said it will hold its annual general meeting on 29 July, which will again be a closed meeting with shareholders not permitted to attend in person. The company said shareholders may listen to the proceedings of the meeting remotely by teleconference but if they have any questions for the board they should be submitted in advance by email to [email protected]


Power Metal Resources PLC (LON:POW) notified investors that it has prepared a presentation covering the Australian copper-gold projects in the Paterson Region of Western Australia, which it is making available on its website: https://www.powermetalresources.com/presentation/first-development-resources-pdf/.


Anglo Pacific Group PLC (LON:APF, TSX:APY) announced that it received notification of transactions by chief executive Julian Treger’s Kings Chapel International Limited vehicle, which sold 108,000 shares at an average approximate price of 140p per share, a further 200,000 and and 92,000 at the same price share at the start of this week, reducing his interest to 81% of his pre-existing beneficial holding. Following this notification, the total beneficial holding of shares by Treger and the vehicle is 3,874,951 shares or 1.81% of the issued ordinary share capital of the company.


Vast Resources PLC (LON:VAST) chairman Brian Moritz has purchased 200,000 shares at a price of 7.75p.

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