|The terms “indicative pricing” and “real-time pricing” are neither industry standard nor defined terms in legislation. No spot price exists for graphite at any purity level. In addition, no mining study at any confidence level has been completed to establish costs of production, capital costs and other important economic considerations. To avoid any misinterpretation as to the value of graphite mineralization that may be hosted on the company’s mineral property, all future graphite pricing information will be limited to disclosure within the Preliminary Economic Assessment."|
|"July 15th, 2015, Vancouver, BC, Canada – Canada Carbon Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX-V:CCB) is pleased to provide the following update on the Company’s efforts to obtain indicative pricing for the ultra-high purity, thermally-upgraded (99.9998% C(t)) Miller Hydrothermal Lump/Vein (“HLV”) graphite, as previously announced on May 1st, 2015.|
The Company has received indicative pricing of USD $12,000 to USD $14,000 per metric tonne for 99.9998% graphite that is currently used in high technology electronics industry applications. The non-binding quotation of value, from a participant in the high-purity graphite market that is currently working with Canada Carbon’s graphite, represents current pricing for one specific application for ultra-high purity graphite, an application which is estimated to require 250 to 350 tonnes per month."
|NOTHING can possibly surprise me anymore regarding multiple busted red-handed, career securities reprobate Robert Bruce Duncan. Sometimes it does cause wonder ... who, on earth or in heaven, could possibly be so stupid as to throw their money at Bert?|