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"We expect to see higher production rates from EFR should uranium prices improve on the back of Japanese reactor restarts and the recent expiration of the HEU agreement." (2/25/14) Energy Fuels Inc. - Sheldon Modeland, Edison Investment Research Moreá>
Paul Dimitriadis is Chief Operating Officer for Sprott Consulting and Sprott Resource Corp., where he evaluates and structures transactions, coordinates and conducts due diligence and is involved in the oversight of subsidiaries and managed companies. He serves on the board of directors of two of Sprott Resource Corp.'s subsidiaries, Stonegate Agricom Ltd. and Long Run Exploration Ltd. Prior to joining the Sprott group of companies, he practiced law at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. Dimitriadis holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University.
Sprott Money Managers Share the Secret for Surviving the 'Bernanke Put' (7/9/13) The "Bernanke Put," or promises of quantitative easing, has become the standard government response to economic uncertainty. But while the powers that be insist everything's fine, Sprott Resource Corp. Founder Kevin Bambrough and COO Paul Dimitriadis see financial deterioration around the globe. Only one thing is for certain: Taking the contrarian view provides the best opportunities to buy low and sell high. In this interview with The Energy Report, they explain why they expect energy assets to perform better in the long haul, cluing us in on a few names they are considering for big returns.
Why the Pros Bet Contrarian: Sprott Execs Bambrough and Dimitriadis (12/11/12) When oil was in the limelight, Sprott's Bambrough and Dimitriadis went for wallflower companies in beaten-down sectors. Since 2007, the pair has seen striking highs and lows in natural gas, coal and potash and invested accordingly, infusing companies with much-needed capital and creating startling profits during sector upswings. Read on to benefit from the wisdom these two successful fund managers share in this Energy Report interview and find out where the duo is looking next for major growth.
"If MMT's Umugini pipeline gets commissioned, production goes past 20,000 bbl/d and the losses are cut to under 5ľ10%, that would be a positive thing for the stock, there's no question." (2/27/14) Mart Resources Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Justin Anderson Moreá>