VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 20, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Xebra Brands, Forbidden Spirits, i3 Energy, and Queensland Gold Hills discussing their latest press releases.
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Xebra Brands' subsidiary, Desart MX, SA de CV has been granted an injunction providing it with first-mover-advantage in the Mexican CBD and CBG market. Official licenses will be granted by the Mexican Health Regulatory Agency (COFEPRIS) in due course. Xebra believes its first-mover advantage in the Mexican CBD and CBG market could last 1 to 3 years. Xebra Brands Chairman Robert Giustra sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the company's next steps.
Forbidden Spirits has commenced trading on the TSXV after closing its qualifying transaction. The company raised concurrent financing of C$3,567,903. It intends to use the proceeds to complete the amalgamation and for general working capital purposes. CEO Blair Wilson spoke with Caroline Egan about becoming a public company.
i3 Energy plc has announced its 2022 Canadian capital programme and dividend guidance. 2022 Canadian capital programme highlights include 15 i3 operated wells to be drilled across the company's portfolio in Central Alberta, incremental peak production of up to 5,250 boepd, US$184MM of combined 2022/23 Net Operating Income (NOI), and a commitment to pay a minimum of £11.827 million in dividends. Graham Heath, CFO of i3 Energy plc sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the programme.
Queensland Gold Hills (OZAU) has increased its interest in the Big Hill Gold Mining Company to 95 per cent. Big Hill holds a 100 per cent interest in an exploration permit and two mining licenses that comprise the Big Hill Gold Project located in Queensland, Australia. Blair Way, CEO of Queensland Gold Hills sat down with Carolyn Egan to discuss the news.
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