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HZR, HAZER GROUP LIMITED
nipper
post Posted: Sep 28 2020, 12:33 PM
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Hydrogen is all the go

https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2020/09/28/haz...r-presentation/




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Hazer is expected to tap the market for a maximum of $6 million through a placement of new shares.The offer was expected to be priced at 42 a share, which represented a 25 per cent discount to Hazer's 57 last close and a 16 per cent discount to the 15-day VWAP.

Founded in 2010, Hazer is looking to commercialise a technology it has been developing that uses natural gas an unprocessed iron ore to create a low cost and low emission hydrogen, which has uses in clean energy and chemical processing.

It is understood proceeds from the raising would be used to construct the company's commercial demonstration plant, fund R&D and for general working capital.





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nipper
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Request for Information: ASX
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We note the change in the price of HZR’s securities from a low of $0.38 to an intra-day high at the time of writing this letter of $0.515 today.

We also note the significant increase in the volume of HZR’s securities traded from 10 October 2019 to 11 October 2019.


Probably more on the hydrogen side than graphite. Transition to low carbon economy, and all that.



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On 29/12/2017 Andrew Cornejo - HZR's Chief Technical Officer - exercised 3 mil options - $750,000 - making him a substantial holder with 7.66%, or 6.7 mil shares

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HAZER SIGNS BINDING AGREEMENT WITH MINERAL RESOURCES
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• Hazer Group Ltd and Mineral Resources Ltd (ASX: MIN) execute binding
agreement for the design and construction of commercial scale synthetic
graphite facilities

• Mineral Resources to fund all commercial development, with Hazer
providing intellectual property and technical assistance

• Hazer to receive revenue based royalties that achieves an agreed share of
profits generated

• Rapid development pathway expected with estimated commissioning of
a pilot plant within 8 months and commercial production within 20
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Signs an MOU with Primetals Technologies Austria GmbH - a jv of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Siemens, to jointly investigate the commercial and technical viability of
utilising the Hazer technology in the steel industry. Sp up 6% on the news - currently @ 61.5c

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Under the terms of the MoU, Primetals Technologies and Hazer will jointly develop a roadmap to
investigate the viability for the Hazer Process to increase the energy efficiency and reduce the
environmental impact of steel production – A Project called “Hazer, Steel, Carbon Capture and
Methanol Project” or “HSCCM Project”.

Both parties will work towards engineering a Technology Package, whereby hydrogen produced by the
Hazer Process could be used for steel production with minimum carbon footprint, i.e. for direct
reduction of iron ore and/or for the production of methanol. In addition, the graphite by-product from
Hazer’s hydrogen production could be used as an alternative reductant or carburiser in the steel
making process. .

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Hazer and the Steel Industry:
Hazer and Primetals Technologies have identified a number of potential applications for the Hazer
technology to be commercialised within the steel industry. The initial focus is on three core
opportunities:

1 - Carbon Capture and Utilisation; Methanol Production
The production of steel is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions globally, and in a number
of global markets, especially Europe, the industry is under increasing regulatory pressure to reduce
emissions. A potential cost-effective means of reducing emissions is Carbon Capture and Utilisation
(CCU), whereby CO2 emissions can be captured and chemically converted to valuable downstream
products, including methanol or synthetic liquid fuels.

A key component of many CCU systems is the production of hydrogen, at a suitable cost and with little
or no CO2 emissions (as CO2 emissions from hydrogen production would significantly offset the CO2
reductions effected by the CCU process). Methanol is a favoured target product for CCU systems, as
methanol production from CO2 and hydrogen (known as the syngas process) is the predominant
production method globally.

2 - Hydrogen as alternative reductant of iron ore
A significant portion of CO2 emissions in steel production arise from the reduction process of iron ore
using carbon-based reductants; primarily coal. Alternative hydrogen-based reduction processes have
been considered historically, but rely on the availability of low cost and low emission hydrogen
production (as CO2 emission reductions from hydrogen-based steel production would be offset by
CO2 emissions from the associated hydrogen production).

Hazer’s low emission hydrogen production has the potential to therefore enable the use of hydrogen
as an alternative to carbon-based reducing agents, significantly reducing the CO2 footprint of steel
production.

3 - Potential for graphite as alternative to coal in the steel making process
A third area of investigation is for the use of graphite produced by the Hazer process to be used as a
co-reductant for steel making, reducing the need for coking coal and providing a bulk outlet for lower
grade graphite concentrates produced from the Hazer process.

The graphite could also act as a carburiser, providing the necessary carbon content for steel.
Currently steel products range in carbon content from 0.05% to 4% by mass, and this carbon can be
added through a variety of sources, including graphite.

The Hazer Process can make raw graphite at purity ranging from 80 to 95%, with the principal
impurity being the iron residue from the iron ore used as a catalyst. As such, this material could be an
ideal reductant or carburiser for the steel industry; this would in effect provide a new bulk tonnage
market for low grade graphite produced by the Hazer process where beneficiation and delivering
product for higher value graphite applications is not commercially feasible.

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SP hit 60c - up 7.14% currently - still a way to go to reach March 2017 high.
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Waiting for HZR to get this far was not like watching paint dry, it was like watching it curl up and crack. Followed it at IPO but too early, in hindsight. So, no position held though still on watchlist



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Very positive for HZR with the likes of MIN possibly getting involved in the commercialization of their technology. Could have implications for natural graphite producers.
HZR SPG suggested cost around $US500/tonne, Natural graphite SPG cost around $US2300/tonne - taken from SYR

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HAZER SIGNS HEADS OF AGREEMENTWITH MINERAL RESOURCES
• Hazer signs Heads of Agreement with Mineral Resources for the potential development of commercial synthetic graphite facilities
• Mineral Resources to fund the commercial development, and Hazer to obtain royalties from the sale of graphite
• Following a series of scale-up stages Mineral Resources indicates it willtarget potential commercial production of 10,000tpa and beyond


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mme
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Still holding this one as I see good potential. Arty what are you thoughts chartwise? Looks to me as if it's about to head north nicely! biggrin.gif

 
 


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