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Likely developments and expected results of operations

The focus for SciDev and the management team through the FY20 financial year is:

ââ€â€Â Drive SciDev's revenue line through the execution of a well structured business development pipeline in the Oil & Gas

and mineral processing sectors

ââ€â€Â Key large customer opportunities across several continents where the synergies for the OptiFlox & MaxiFlox

combination can deliver the greatest value to SciDev's customers and subsequent value to shareholders

ââ€â€Â Build upon the SciDevâââہ¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚¬ÃƒÆ’¢Ã¢Ã¢â€š¬Ã…¾Ãƒâ€šÃ‚¢s momentum in the Australian coal industry, transitioning across application, mineral types and

key industry players with our OptiFloxÃâہ¡ÃƒÆ’‚® technology

ââ€â€Â Further develop the opportunities presented through SciDev (US) LLC into the US oil & gas sector

ââ€â€Â Extend SciDev's technology into the precious metal and base metal sectors throughout Australia and Asia, while looking

for other opportunities in currently unrealised sections of the mineral processing value chain

ââ€â€Â Renew SciDev's effort in the Australian water and wastewater sector with strategic partnerships and licensing

opportunities with global operators and key end users

ââ€â€Â Deliver upon recent agreement with Iluka in the mineral sands sector delivering value and further developing this


ââ€â€Â Continue to strengthen and leverage SciDev's relationship with Nuoer through joint marketing and R&D efforts in key

market areas while also refining the geographic manufacturing footprint

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Annual report Today


The focus for SciDev and the management team through the FY21 financial year is:

• Continue ensuring the safety of all SciDev Ltd staff through COVID-19 pandemic.

• Driving revenue growth through the execution of SciDev’s business development pipeline across its target verticals, complemented by

a strong focus on cash generation and tight cost controls.

• Upgrading the Kings Park manufacturing facility to build capacity for the supply of SciDev chemistry into the domestic infrastructure

and mineral processing sectors.

• Capitalising on the strategic JV with Nuoer China, targeting State- Owned operations outside of the PRC.

• Continue to develop supply chains across several sectors and geographies, particularly in North and South America.

• Building on momentum in the construction sector globally and look for opportunities to integrate into operations.

• Expanding our presence in coal and oil & gas in North America and progressing COVID-19 impacted projects.

• Accelerating initiatives in the Australian water and waste water sector.

• Extending SciDev’s technology in the precious metal and base metal sectors.

• Continuing to progress discussions with strategic technology partners.

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If not for covid this company would be trading at well over a dollar.

Even with all the restrictions Scidev has performed remarkably well.

Management and staff are doing an excellent job for shareholders.

AUSTRALIAN SUPER as well as another large Australian fund have recently become large investors.

The company has so many verticals where it can deliver on, revenue will continue to rise even during these times.

Once things return to some sort of normality Scidev will become a top 200 asx company in rapid time.

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Interesting opportunity:

Large industry competitors have consolidated and are now focused on centralised manufacturing with reduced service levels

â–ª The chemical industry has experienced a period of consolidation, with suppliers removed from customers

â–ª This has created large industry competitors that are not customer focussed, rather focussed on product manufacturing with reduced customer service levels

as you say, tricky during Covid times

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