Leading Real Estate Finance and Credit Industry Law Firm Expands with New Associate Attorney

first_img Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago  Print This Post Potestivo & Associates, P.C., recently announced the hiring of its 27th attorney, local lawyer Anthony J. DeClercq. Joining the firm’s other 26 attorneys and more than 100 team members—who serve in offices across three states—DeClercq began his new role as an Associate Attorney supporting the Litigation Department on January 30. He is based in Potestivo’s downtown Rochester, Michigan, headquarters.DeClercq earned his Juris Doctor from Michigan State University College of Law after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in History from Central Michigan University. He completed several significant clerkships and internships, such as serving as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Kathryn A. Viviano at the Macomb County 16th Judicial Circuit Court. DeClercq also brings a wealth of real estate and finance experience gained from past positions, such as working as a mortgage underwriter for a wholesale mortgage company.This background and proven work ethic made DeClercq a great fit for Potestivo & Associates, which provides legal solutions to the real estate finance and credit industry. “We are very pleased to welcome Anthony,” said Brian Potestivo, President-Managing Attorney. “He brings the industry knowledge, experience, and initiative to serve our clients.”A member of the Michigan State Bar and a certified Notary Public, DeClercq also applies his talents to support philanthropic efforts. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Haley Owens Share Save in Featured, Media, News Previous: ValuAmerica Offers Closing Cost Quotes with ClosingCorp’s SmartCalc Next: LRES Instates New VP of Technology Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Is Rise in Forbearance Volume Cause for Concern? 2 days ago February 22, 2017 1,067 Views Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Anthony J. DeClercq Brian Potestivo Central Michigan DS News Michigan State University College of Law Potestivo & Associates 2017-02-22 Haley Owens Tagged with: Anthony J. DeClercq Brian Potestivo Central Michigan DS News Michigan State University College of Law Potestivo & Associates Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Home / Featured / Leading Real Estate Finance and Credit Industry Law Firm Expands with New Associate Attorney Leading Real Estate Finance and Credit Industry Law Firm Expands with New Associate Attorney Subscribe Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily last_img read more

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Cultural Intelligence Can Mean the World to You on World Culture Day

first_imgLife and business can take us to many varied and incredible places around the world, exposing us to unlimited opportunity, unlimited talent, unlimited experiences and inspirations. To be able to tap into the amazing sources of insight and learning, it takes an open and willing mind to understand and embrace new cultures, attitudes and customs. And all of this can happen all around us, at home, in the office, in our personal life, in everything we do.Understanding CQThis is where Cultural Intelligence (CQ) comes in. Cultural Intelligence is similar to Emotional Intelligence (EQ) but picks up where EQ ends. CQ is the skill to recognize, understand and interpret ambiguous and foreign habits or nuances and even imitate them to help build trust and foster a healthy relationship. That said, this isn’t a magic formula to forge instant close relationships. The truth is, any and every relationship has to be nurtured and developed. We can’t force people to like us or engage with us. Instead we have to work to build relationships on solid foundations based, on mutual ideas, values, preferences and aligned goals.Indeed, it’s exactly these types of skills that are now being identified as critical to the make-up of today’s businesses and integral to the core soft skills required in the workplace of the future. This aligns to the notion of building CQ into the education system ahead of entering a workplace that will be blended and formed of a new combination of people from varying backgrounds and cultures with robots, tech and AI.The Benefits Having a high Cultural Intelligence has proven commercial benefits as it positively impacts the bottom line. 82% of respondents in Deloitte’s Impact of Culture on Business Strategy research believe that “culture is a potential competitive advantage”[1], while a McKinsey & Company study found companies in the bottom 25% for both gender and ethnic/cultural diversity were 29% less likely to experience profitability above the industry average.[2]None of this is just a ‘nice to have’, it’s good for people and for business. Building great relationships is a key foundation to business success. And great relationships, are critically dependent on a few core elements. Communication, trust, understanding and respect. If you are missing just one of these, then most relationships, of any kind, are not going to flourish and stand the test of time. Establishing and maintaining healthy relationships takes thought, time and effort and perhaps most critically, an understanding of differences.How to Make a DifferenceSo how can we bring this all to life and make it real? At Dell Technologies, we have always taken an active role in unlocking innovation by celebrating differences. We champion access and opportunity for all and we respect differences in people and cultures among our team members, customers and partners across the world. We’re passionate about contributing to the communities we live and work in and we strongly support partnerships that help us contribute to those communities and cultivate inclusion.To underline this commitment, Michael Dell chairs our Global Diversity Council. This council provides direction, support and strategic oversight, ensuring that Diversity and Inclusion is woven into the fabric of everything we do. Michael’s role in this demonstrates the intention of our business and it is an example of the role leaders can be playing; instilling the practices and attitudes of Diversity and Inclusion while also encouraging and supporting other leaders to follow suit.On World Culture Day, a global event to raise the awareness and understanding of diversity issues and the value of cultural diversity, it’s a time to reflect just how important it is to have an enhanced understanding and awareness of foreign customs and cultures to begin to build and grow successful and healthy business relationships.Seize the Opportunity  Aside from Global travel, it’s a Global mentality that presents us all with the unique and significant opportunity to learn, grow and innovate professionally and personally. Actively and positively seeking out the moments to experience and absorb new cultures and customs first-hand is the key. That means pushing out of the proverbial comfort zone, raising your CQ and ultimately developing yourself as well as new ideas and opportunities through new genuine, meaningful and real relationships.[1] https://www2.deloitte.com/insights/us/en/focus/human-capital-trends/2016/impact-of-culture-on-business-strategy.html[2] https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/organization/our-insights/delivering-through-diversitylast_img read more

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One change in Tipp team ahead of provincial final

first_imgManager William Maher has made one change due to the injury of Jack Shelly with Toomevara’s Jason Ryan called into the starting line-up as the Premier County go in search of its first provincial title at the grade since 2010.The starting 15 tomorrow night at Walsh Park in Waterford will line out as follows: In goals will be Lorrha-Dorrha’s Brian Hogan…the full back line is made up of Paul Maher from Kilsheelan-Kilcash, Tom Ford of Éire Óg Annacarty and Kiladangan’s David Sweeney.  Jason Ryan, Captain Ronan Maher of Thurles and Sean Treacys clubman Sean Ryan are in the half back line. Thurles’ Billy McCarthy and Barry Heffernan of Nenagh Éire Óg will manage the midfield while Josh Keane from Golden-Kilfeacle, Lattin Cullen’s Mark Russel and another Nenagh man Andrew Coffey form the half forward line. Finally, the full forwards are made up of Willie Connors from Kiladangan, Moyle Rovers player Stephen Quirke and Thurles’ Conor Lanigan. Captain Ronan Maher says the players in the panel would love nothing more than to end the county’s six-year wait for silverware in this grade.Throw in tomorrow night is at 7 o’clock and Tipp FM will have full live coverage, getting underway with our build up at 6.45…in association with Kevin O’Leary Group, Clonmel.last_img read more

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Sussex and Lancashire take the opening honours

first_img Sussex and Lancashire took the honours on the opening day of the English Senior Men’s County Finals – in sharply contrasting matches in glorious autumn sunshine at Stanton-on-the-Wolds Golf Club, Nottinghamshire.Sussex scythed through their opposition, conceding virtually nothing as they defeated Dorset 8.5-0.5. Lancashire, however, were thoroughly tested before they could celebrate a hard fought 5-4 victory over the host county, Nottinghamshire.Sussex were the 2017 runners-up in this championship – and still count the cost of a narrow first day defeat which left them just too much to do. What a difference a year makes!Twelve months ago they were slow to get started and gleaned only half a point in the foursomes. Today they shot off the blocks, winning all three foursomes by very convincing margins. Martin King and Mark Logan led the way with their 6/5 win and they were followed by the pairings of Steve Graham and Martin Galway and Colin Jones and Doug Park (pictured right), who both won 4/3.They carried the momentum into the afternoon singles, simply sweeping aside the opposition. Anchorman Malcolm Cawte beat par as he cruised to his 5/4 win, while Steve Graham (3/2) and Doug Park (4/3) were solid at the top of the order.With the win safely in the bag the team then pushed on to acquire as many game points as possible and, in an impressive singles performance, conceded just a half to Dorset’s John Smith.Team captain Rick Thomas welcomed the result, but sounded a note of caution. “It’s never easy and often when you see a result like this it belies what actually goes on. There’s always a stage in every match where it could go either way.”He added: “There’s a long road to travel and this is just one step in the right direction. The boys are delighted but they all recognise there’s a long way to go.”By contrast, Lancashire had to fight every step of the way against Nottinghamshire and the battling theme of the day became clear in the foursomes.Nottinghamshire posted the first point, with a comfortable 5/4 win by Ian Gretton and Nigel Furniss. But the other two games were both halved, with Notts hauling Lancashire back in one and vice versa in the other. Advantage Nottinghamshire, 2-1 at lunch.As the singles got underway the match continued to ebb and flow and, for much of the afternoon, it looked as though the host county would squeeze home as narrow winners.The first points were shared. Tony Flanagan shot two-under to win 7/6 for Lancashire. Charles Banks, a past winner of the Brabazon Trophy and an honorary member of Stanton-on-the-Wolds, responded with his 5/4 win.But gradually Lancashire found the edge: British Senior Champion Trevor Foster won 4/3 and was soon followed by Bryan Hughes, the 2017 Senior Champion, who won 3/1 and took Lancashire ahead in the match for the first time.They needed just one more point for victory and it was delivered by Tony Holt who got up in his game for the first time on the 17th and went on to win the 18th to finish 2up. The final game went Nottinghamshire’s way, also finishing on the 18th.The Lancashire team is known for its ability to dig deep for winning results. They came through the regional qualifier for this event thanks to an eagle from Ian Crowther and a birdie from Bryan Hughes, both on the last hole.Team captain Mike Gray commented: “They have put me through the mill every match this season, but every match they have come through! They don’t know the meaning of defeat.”Tomorrow Sussex play Nottinghamshire and Lancashire play Dorset.Captions. Top: All smiles at the end of the game – Lancashire’s Bryan Hughes (right) and Nottinghamshire’s Ian Gretton.Above: Doug Park of Sussex on his way to a win.Images copyright Leaderboard Photography 9 Oct 2018 Sussex and Lancashire take the opening honours Tags: County Finals, Dorset, Lancashire, Nottinghamshire, Senior Men, Sussexlast_img read more

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Baines surprised by Hall of Fame election _ many others, too

first_imgHarold Baines (AP Photo/File) LAS VEGAS (AP) — Harold Baines answered the phone and learned he was a Hall of Famer.“Very shocked,” he admitted.So were many others around the baseball world.In fact, in the hours after his selection by a Hall-picked panel was announced Sunday at the Mandalay Bay resort, a lot of conversations at the winter meetings started the exact same way: “Harold Baines?”No one doubted Baines was a top player — a six-time All-Star with 1,628 RBIs, 384 home runs and 2,866 hits.“I had a great career. I’m very proud of it,” he said.But a couple other numbers stood out, too. Baines never drew more than 6.1 percent in five elections by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, far from the 75 percent required. In the key WAR stat compiled by baseballreference.com, Baines’ lifetime total was tied for 545th.Yes, 545th.Behind the likes of Placido Polanco, Jim Sundberg and Rafael Furcal in wins above replacement, not to mention Gil Hodges, Dick Allen, Don Mattingly, John Olerud and dozens more.The vote by the Today’s Game Era Committee was sure to spark renewed cries of cronyism at Cooperstown. Especially because the 16-member panel appointed by the Hall board included longtime Chicago White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf.“I’m glad he was on that committee this year to help to get into the Hall of Fame,” Baines said.Baines spent nearly all of his first 10 seasons with the White Sox and currently serves as a team ambassador in their community relations department.“So happy for Harold. He’s a great player and a great human being,” Reinsdorf praised in a statement. “I am so honored that I was a member of the committee. He deserved to be in long ago. I am just so excited.”“Not only was Harold one of my favorite players to watch, but I have nothing but admiration for him as a player and as a human being,” he said.Tony La Russa, Baines’ first big league manager, also was on the panel that elected him.In the past, Phil Rizzuto and Bill Mazeroski were among the players who benefited from friendly faces on Veterans Committees to reach the Hall. That panel has been revamped over the years, and the Today’s Game Era group was created as part of changes in 2014.“The era committees were established as a sort of a court of appeals for an opportunity in the event that over time it was felt that maybe somebody slipped through the cracks,” Hall President Jeff Idelson said. “And in the case of someone who received 6 percent of the vote in the BBWAA election, the reason that may have happened could be for many, many reasons.”It took 12 votes for election by the panel — longtime reliever Lee Smith was unanimous, Baines got 12 and former outfielder and manager Lou Piniella fell just short with 11.George Steinbrenner, Orel Hershiser, Albert Belle, Joe Carter, Will Clark, Davey Johnson and Charlie Manuel all received fewer than five votes.Baines, now 59, had a smooth, consistent, left-handed stroke. But he never finished higher than ninth in an MVP vote, and never was among the top five AL hitters in the yearly batting race. His single-season high was 29 home runs at a time when lots of players hit more.As this vote approached, his name drew little-to-no buzz in debates over who might be selected.“I wasn’t expecting this day to come,” the career .289 hitter said.Baines became a designated hitter after knee trouble ended his days in the outfield, and DHs have struggled to gain backing from Hall voters.Baines joined Frank Thomas as the only players in the Hall who spent more than half his games as a DH.“Everything I hear or read is DH is really not part of the game, I guess. But I disagree. But maybe this will the open up the doors for some more DHs,” Baines said.Both closers and DHs could see the numbers increase again very shortly.Mariano Rivera is eligible for the first time and big-hitting DH Edgar Martinez will be back on the ballot when results of the next BBWAA election are announced Jan. 22.Induction ceremonies are scheduled for July 21 at Cooperstown, New York.Between now and then, there’s certain to be more discussion about who else should be in the Hall. Drug-tainted Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are on the upcoming BBWAA ballot, influential players’ union head Marvin Miller has been denied seven times by various committees, and steroids user Mark McGwire wasn’t among Sunday’s candidates.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

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Sahara plays role of Grinch, steals Leafs Christmas

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr,The Nelson Daily SportsTalk about the Grinch stealing Christmas. Talk about those poor souls down in Nelsonville who now have to spend Christmas without their green candy or two green points.Dylan Sahara took all the greenly momentum heading into the break to the top of Mount Crumpit scoring with just over a second remaining in the second overtime period to lift the Grand Forks Border Bruins to a 6-5 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the  Nelson Leafs Sunday afternoon at the NDCC Arena. “That was a pretty good present right there,” a beaming Sahara said from outside the boisterous Grand Forks dressing room.Sahara, with only eight goals on the season but none bigger than Sunday’s winner, grabbed a loose puck in the neutral zone. The Kaledan, B.C. native skated down the left side of the ice before swooping in front of Nelson goalie Marcus Beesley.Sahara out waited Beesley before lifting a backhander into bottom left corner of the net.“I just saw the puck . . . the clock didn’t really matter,” explained Sahara. “I just had to go to the net. I was just glad I got it past him in time.”The loss was a bitter pill to swallow for the Leafs. The defending Murdoch Division champs are desperately trying to prove to the rest of the league this franchise can be included in the same sentence as the elite teams in the KIJHL.However, for the second time this season the Leafs have been beaten by one of the weaker sisters.“We kind of threw this one away,” said Leaf assistant coach Sean Dooley, who along with assistant Jason Rushton were trying to give head coach Chris Shaw an early Christmas present.Shaw was suspended for the Grand Forks game after a line brawl broke out in the final minutes of Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Beaver Valley. The game featured four fights, which is an automatic game suspension for the head coach of both Beaver Valley and Nelson.“We thought we had a comfortable lead,” Dooley added. “We thought that was good enough but at the end of the game we basically threw it away.”The Leafs had a comfortable lead. Gavin Currie scored on the power play at the 12-minute mark of the third period to give Nelson a 5-2 advantage.But no sooner than the Leafs had done the customary high five by the bench then Sahara scored his first of two on the night to make it a two-goal game.Twenty-one seconds later Zachary Thompson beat Beesley to make it a one-goal contest. With Nelson attempting to run out the clock Randy Tosoff scored the tying marker, tucking home a loose puck past Beesley.“We started going right after (Thompson’s) goal,” Sahara said. “We took the momentum and were able to get right back into the game with it.”In the overtime both teams had chances to end the contest. Leaf defenceman Tyler Parfeniuk skated around the Bruins’ defence but was denied by goalie Garrett Muir.  Muir replaced Ryan Ryman who left the game in the third with a leg injury.Beesley was also busy as the Leafs pressed for the winner leaving the backstopper the last man standing on too many occasions.“Grand Forks doesn’t have that bad a team,” Dooley confessed. “They’ve got a few good players on that team. We get up those goals and think the game is won but before you know it (Grand Forks) is right back in it.”Currie, as he’s done all season, led the Leaf charge offensively with two goals. Evan J. Moir, Marcus Dahl and rookie Adam Wheeldon scored singles.Kale Erickson and Yan Kalashnikov also scored for the Bruins. Nelson out shot Grand Forks 38-33.The Leafs are idle for a few weeks before returning to action December 29th in Castlegar against the Rebels. Nelson hosts Spokane Braves for the annual New Year’s Eve contest at 1 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.BLUELINES: Nelson was missing defenceman Blake Arcuri and forwards Cody Abbey and Colton Malmsten to suspension after the line brawl Saturday night in Beaver Valley. . . . Also on the sidelines due to injury was defencemen Walker Sidoni and Raymond Reimer and forward Connor McLaughlin. The news is not good for McLaughlin who could be gone for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury. . . .The turning point for Nelson may have come in the third when captain Taylor O’Neil dropped the gloves with Cody Larsen of the Bruins. Because when the roof began to cave in on Nelson there was no one there to hold it up, including the team captain. . . .After being held off the scoresheet last week in Osoyoos, Leafs leading scorer Gavin Currie has quietly put together a three-game point streak. The Abbotsford native has points in 15 of the last 19 games. . . .So what would have happened in second, three-on-three, overtime has their been a penalty called by referee Erik Laughton? The veteran referee said an extra player would have been added to the team with the man advantage making the power play a 4-on-3. . . .Nelson defeated Kimberley 6-4 Friday in the Bavarian City to open the weekend. Saturday, the Leaf fell 4-1 to the Hawks in Fruitvale. . . .Grand Forks, losing to Beaver Valley 7-4 Saturday, plays in Fruitvale Tuesday and Creston Friday before heading into the Christmas break.last_img read more

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INVESTMENT SCAM: CROOK’S BRASS-NECKED ‘YOUR CHEQUE’S IN THE POST’ CON

first_imgTHE ROLY-poly crook who has cleaned investors in Donegal out of millions of euros is involved in a cat-and-mouse game with Gardai – issuing several different statements last night to various sources.And – incredibly – he has told some of them that he will pay them back with profits next month.Several others have been promised cash by March! And we have spoken to several investors who didn’t get any communication at all – despite six figure investments with the crook!One source contacted us and insisted it was ‘all sorted’. Another said it would be ‘all sorted in a month’.And yet another source said cash and profits would be handed over in March.Today however we believe from credible sources that no-one will get their cash. A criminal prosecution of the crook is ‘certain’ and several others face questioning, including at least one serving Garda. We have also learned that the crook ‘taxed’ some investors, taking a percentage for the Revenue.The Revenue never received that cash.And the financial authorities are said to be ‘concerned’ that a legal firm has been sending out global emails in which each of the recipients could be identified by everyone on the email. This is a serious breach of both legal and financial guidelines.One very reliable source said: “The agents for the crook are trying to take the sting out of everything by claiming things will be sorted, but I don’t believe that they will be.“It’s another classic ‘your cheque’s in the post’ lie. Investors are being hoodwinked again.” more to follow later today…INVESTMENT SCAM: CROOK’S BRASS-NECKED ‘YOUR CHEQUE’S IN THE POST’ CON was last modified: January 15th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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TUBRIDY HOPING DANIEL WILL ‘TANGO’ OVER TO DO LATE LATE SHOW

first_imgDaniel (with the quiff!) and partner Kristina on Strictly Come Dancing.Ryan Tubridy is hoping Strictly Come Dancing star Daniel O’Donnell will ‘tango across the Irish Sea’ for a very special Late Late Country Show this Friday.The RTE host will stage a special show dedicated to country music this Friday night.Tubridy said the show will be the Toy Show equivalent for country music fans.The TV presenter said he felt for the singing sensation and how he was overcome with nerves on the BBC show. Turbid told Highland Radio “We’re hoping Daniel can tango across The Irish Sea – and take part on the show.“I think he was brilliant on the show, and it must have been such a nerve-wracking experience for him.“I know from my own experience the difficulty in learning how to dance.“I had to do a dancing segment for The Toy Show – so I had to learn how to dance. “I’ve got two left-feet, and you don’t appreciate how difficult it is to learn how to dance properly.“The co-ordination, timing and all aspects of it have to be perfect, and when you’ve got two odd feet like me – it’s not easy.“So I admire Daniel for having the courage to take part, and I can understand and appreciate how stressed he must have been.”Tubridy is set to have a host of country stars on the show and will discuss why the country and western movement has enjoyed a revival across Ireland.TUBRIDY HOPING DANIEL WILL ‘TANGO’ OVER TO DO LATE LATE SHOW was last modified: October 21st, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:daniel o’donnellStrictly Come DancingTANGOlast_img read more

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UK firm enters SA coal industry

first_img11 August 2008UK-based London Mining has entered the local coal mining sector with a US$120-million (about R920-million) acquisition of a 50.5% stake in DMC Energy from local diversified exploration and mining company Delta Mining Consolidated (DMC).“This acquisition will form the basis of London Mining’s new coal division, which we hope to grow rapidly in the future,” London Mining MD Christopher Brown said in a statement last week.“We are particularly excited about entering into the coal business due to the strong demand from steel making and power generation that has resulted in major price increases this year, in a similar manner to iron ore.”Following an internal reorganisation by DMC, Johannesburg-based DMC Energy will own 70% of Ashante Mineral Resource, which is based in Mpumalanga province, and 69.65% of DMC Coal, which operates in Limpopo province.Access to infrastructureAccording to the statement, Ashante Mineral Resource owns the Rietkuil coal project, which has an inferred in-situ resource of up to 288-million tonnes of coal, is situated just 13km from Eskom’s Kendal power station and 43km from the recently refurbished Grootvlei power station, and has access to rail, road and electricity infrastructure on site.DMC Coal owns the Limpopo project, which has a potential of 426-million tonnes of metallurgical and thermal coal, and the Pixley Ka Seme coal and torbanite project.That project includes a deposit in excess of 234-million tonnes of metallurgical coal, steam coal and anthracite, as well as 73-million tonnes of torbanite, a high-yielding oil shale with an estimated yield of one barrel of synthetic crude per tonne of shale.“DMC Energy has also secured an irrevocable 40-metric-ton-per-annum port allocation through the future Porto du Bella Vista port in Mozambique, and is in the process of acquiring additional coal exploration assets in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Swaziland [from DMC],” the statement read.“Rietkuil is being fast tracked into production and the other projects have substantial export potential through the new port in Mozambique,” Brown said. “This acquisition will add substantial value to London Mining.”SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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