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Canadian junior lures Total SA into Exxon’s offshore Guyana hotbed

(FinancialPress)— Guyana’s offshore oil field produced one of the largest discoveries of the last decade, and has been making ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) look good ever since. So good, that France’s petro-giant Total SA (OTC:TTFNF) has taken notice, and has joined the fray. Through an option agreement announced earlier today, Total signed a deal with Canadian junior explorer Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas (OTC:ECAOF)(TSX.V:EOG) to acquire a 25% stake in Guyana’s offshore Orinduik Block. The deal also brings together Total with fellow major Tullow Oil (OTC:TUWLF) that owns a majority stake in the block. As per the terms of the deal, Total is still just dipping a toe, by agreeing to pay Eco Atlantic $1 million for an option to buy a 25% stake. Going forward, Total now has the option to acquire the q...

Deep Discount: Nevada’s Most Undervalued Gold Resources

(USA News Group)— Gold prices have stayed above the $1,300/oz threshold for nearly three weeks now, but the market appears to be still asleep at the wheel on gold miner stocks. Miners in the gold-laden deserts of Nevada are especially getting a raw deal from the market. The state is not only very prolific, but it is also safe, stable, and historically successful. In 2015, Nevada produced 5,339,659 troy ounces of gold, worth approximately $6.194 billion, representing 78% of all US gold production, and 5.4% of the world’s production. So, it’s a real headscratcher when you look at the deep discounts the market are giving to the state’s gold ounces that are still in the ground. Nevada knows how to pull gold from the dirt. BULLFROG CASE STUDY The case of Bullfrog Gold Corp. (OTC:BFGC)  is...

Rise of the Mega-Greenhouse: Canada’s Top 4 Largest Greenhouse Growers

LOS ANGELES – (USA News Group) — North of the border in Canada, preparation for the great lifting of cannabis prohibition is also underway, as the country braces for legalization in July of 2018. In August alone, Health Canada granted 4 separate Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) licences, raising the total in the country to 56. Companies making a mark in the industry include: Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (OTC: TWMJF), Aphria Inc. (TSX: APH) (OTC: APHQF), AmeriCann, Inc. (OTC: ACAN), MYM Nutraceuticals Inc. (CSE: MYM) (OTC: MYMMF) And now the markets too are more than ready for the surge to come. At one point in time, Canopy Growth Inc. (TSX: WEED) (OTC: TWMJF) was the only cannabis stock access point to invest in, soaring to as high as $13 per share...