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Philip Williams joined Pinetree Capital in January 2009 and was appointed to the position of resources analyst. Williams brings almost 10 years of financial market experience to the company. Prior to joining Pinetree, Williams spent five years working for several institutional brokerage firms in the equity research department. Most recently, he was a uranium analyst focused on companies with advanced development projects in Australia, the U.S. and Namibia.
Philip Williams: Japan's Tsunami Crisis Creates Uranium Opportunities (10/11/11) The uranium market is still shell-shocked from the tsunami in Japan and the resulting anti-nuclear backlash. But Philip Williams, vice president of business development for investment firm Pinetree Capital in Toronto, is urging investors to dust themselves off and start shopping. Strong fundamentals are still in play and upcoming catalysts could boost suffering uranium equities this year. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Williams discusses which companies he expects will ride the updraft.
Philip Williams: Uranium to Cross $100 Threshold in 2011 (2/10/11) Philip Williams, Pinetree Capital's VP of business development, says the spot price for uranium will likely explode above $100/lb. in 2011. The good news, Philip says, is that even when uranium comes off its high, it will likely only fall to around $80. If Philip's right, we're on the cusp of another round of uranium market madness. Read this Energy Report exclusive for some of Pinetree's favorite uranium and lithium plays.
"NMX recently received the Canadian patent on a hydrolysis process and has already shown that it can directly produce a lithium hydroxide." (11/10/15) Nemaska Lithium Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Paul Renken More >
"FCU has probably the highest-grade unmined uranium deposit in the world that isn't controlled by a major uranium producer." (11/10/15) Fission Uranium Corp. - The Energy Report Interview with Paul Renken More >