Potential. In line with the strategic objectives and vision of Isizinda (to unlock the potential of aluminium and aluminium beneficiated products within South Africa), discussions with key strategic stakeholders in South Africa (such as local and national government and local downstream users of these value-added product lines) to form partnerships will be held to assess future opportunities to reopen these lines and unlock new potential for these aluminium related products in South Africa. These operating lines will bring new opportunities for economic development and reduce South Africa’s reliance on imported finished products. Value-added products (rod, rim and billet) from these operating lines are used in many different sectors within the South African economy on a daily basis. ROD Aluminium wire rod is used pervasively in electrical transmission applications due to its superior conductivity and non-corrosive nature. With the expansion and need for electricity in growing economies such as South Africa and neighbouring countries, the manufacture of wire rod locally will reduce our need for imports and create valuable skilled jobs in the local economy. Every-day products produced from aluminium rod wire, rod and bar include chain-link fence material, aluminium antennas and zippers.
Potential. There is the potential to drill an additional 5 wells on the property. Requires additional geological and engineering review. When initial wells were drilled they produced between 75 and 100 barrels of oil per day. Wells adjacent to this property have produced sizeable increases with new types of treatments and water floods. - Share Exchange Agreement - - Intergold Corporation changing its name to Lexington Resources, Inc. -
Potential. “Bridging” Accommodation by the Manager. In certain cases, prior to the Subscriber making a Subscription or after the Subscriber makes a Subscription but prior to the release by the Company or North Capital of the proceeds thereof, in both cases in order to accommodate a timely closing by the Company on the Company’s Investment, the Manager may (but is not obligated to) (i) borrow money from an affiliate of RealtyShares (the “Warehouse Affiliate”) that itself may borrow money from a third party lender and (ii) purchase special redeemable interests in the Company (in contrast to the non- redeemable Membership Interests issued to Investors) in each case in order to supply the Company with sufficient capital to make, and to facilitate the timely closing of, the Company’s Investment. In any such case, when the Subscriber’s funds have been received and cleared and the Subscriber’s investment is approved, the Subscriber’s funds will then be utilized by the Company to redeem the Manager’s special redeemable interests (instead of to purchase the Company’s Investment, which the Company will then already hold). The Subscriber understands and acknowledges that in the above-described circumstances the Manager will provide the Company with immediately available funds in return for the redeemable interests in the Company, and that in such circumstances your Membership Interest purchase will be financing the redemption of such redeemable interests. You hereby authorize the Manager to advance such funds and to purchase such redeemable interests in its discretion and authorize North Capital and any applicable escrow agent to transfer your funds (when available) to the Company to finance the redemption of such redeemable interests (in addition to the issuance to you of your Membership Interest).
Potential. Warner-Lambert shareholders are better off with Pfizer based on all key financial measures. In fact, AHP actually hurts Warner-Lambert's financial performance. Worse still, AHP is the defendant in mass tort litigation which could lead to substantial unexpected liabilities borne by Warner-Lambert shareholders. We will be doing everything we can do to enable you to cut through the Warner-Lambert rhetoric and take advantage of a superior offer from Pfizer. [PFIZER LOGO] * December 2 letter from Warner-Lambert Board of Directors to Warner-Lambert Shareholders.
Potential. The potential of the officers shall be assessed on the basis of an interview. The interview committee which will be constituted by the Managing Director will interview all the eligible candidates and prepare a final list of successful candidates.