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Leading Minerals Executive Joins Piedmont Board

first_img Pinterest Previous articlePope seeks ‘Copernican revolution’ for post-COVID economyNext articleClean Energy Signs Multi-Year Contract with LA Metro for More Than 47 Million Gallons of Renewable Natural Gas Digital AIM Web Support Local NewsBusiness Facebook WhatsApp NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Piedmont Lithium Limited (“ Piedmont ” or “ Company ”) is pleased to announce that experienced mining company executive Mr. Todd Hannigan has been appointed as Non-Executive Director of the Company, effective from today. Mr. Hannigan was formerly the Chief Executive Officer of Aston Resources Limited (“Aston”). During this period, he led the growth of Aston into one of Australia’s largest publicly listed resources companies. Aston raised approximately $2 billion in funding to acquire and develop the Maules Creek coal project through to first production. Aston merged with Whitehaven Coal Limited in a deal valued at over A$5 billion. In January 2021, Mr. Hannigan was appointed non-executive Chairman of Tao Commodities Limited, which is developing the ‘critical mineral‘ Titan Project, a rare earth, titanium and zircon rich project in Tennessee, United States. Mr. Hannigan will bring extensive industry knowledge, leadership and corporate relationships with a focus on battery and advanced manufacturing materials that will greatly benefit the Company as it progresses its exciting Piedmont Lithium Project in North Carolina, USA. Jeff Armstrong, Independent Chairman of Piedmont, commented: “Todd is an outstanding addition to our Board and will add valuable leadership and experience. Todd is a large shareholder in Piedmont which is a testament to the quality of our Piedmont Lithium Project. Based in Australia, Todd will serve as an independent director and provide support for our continued ASX listing (via Chess Depositary Interests or “CDIs”) following our proposed re-domiciliation from Australia to the United States this year.” Click here to view the full ASX Announcement. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005230/en/ CONTACT: Keith Phillips President & CEO T: +1 973 809 0505 E:[email protected] Risinger VP – Corporate Communications and Investor Relations T: +1 704 910 9688 E:[email protected] KEYWORD: IRELAND AUSTRALIA/OCEANIA UNITED STATES UNITED KINGDOM NORTH AMERICA AUSTRALIA EUROPE NEW YORK INDUSTRY KEYWORD: CHEMICALS/PLASTICS MINING/MINERALS MANUFACTURING COAL ALTERNATIVE ENERGY NATURAL RESOURCES ENERGY SOURCE: Piedmont Lithium Limited Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 06:00 AM/DISC: 02/08/2021 06:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005230/en Twitter Leading Minerals Executive Joins Piedmont Boardcenter_img TAGS  By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

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It was an exciting Monday at #CUNAGAC!

first_imgCUNA President Jim Nussle (along with Karen Nussle) opened up the morning’s General Session by making everyone aware that even though the economy is in a good place, your members aren’t necessary feeling the same way. It’s not about not studying failure, it’s that excellence has its own pattern. Failures and successes offer valuable insights, but you have to apply those insights accordingly. Failure tells you very little about success. #CUNAGAC @mwbuckingham— Sarah Jo Brenner (@Sarah_Brenner) February 24, 2020In the afternoon General Meeting, outgoing Chairman Brett Martinez had great things to say about his time on the CUNA board and urged credit unions to keep advancing the CU movement.“CUNA cannot do it alone. We’ve got CUNA, here in DC, the Leagues at the state level and all of you at the local level.” – Brett Martinez #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/Rv8B56iXfP— CUNA (@CUNA) February 24, 2020CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan had some inspiring words for credit unions before they “Hike the Hill” on [email protected]‘s #creditunion story isn’t unique, but it IS one of many stories we can bring to Congress to show the importance of #creditunions. #CUNAGAC #CUAdvocacy pic.twitter.com/G6WPLqzjyB— CUNA (@CUNA) February 24, 2020 The third thing we need to think about this week at #CUNAGAC and beyond… pic.twitter.com/2wrFFW9Qg8— CUNA (@CUNA) February 24, 2020The National Credit Union Foundation’s Gigi Hyland then asked credit unions to take this GAC energy back home.Raise your hand if @hylandhighway‘s speech inspired you to get up and do more! #CUNAGAC https://t.co/Su0RH6VUhY— CUNA (@CUNA) February 24, 2020Author Marcus Buckingham then had some inspirational words on success when it comes to finding and leveraging talentYou can’t learn about “this” from studying “that” @mwbuckingham #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/O77XvWjB2a— John Pettit (@John_CUInsight) February 24, 2020 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Well they say that records are made to be broken and CUNA’s 2020 Governmental Affairs Conference kicked off on Monday morning by doing just that. Over 5,500 credit union advocates were on hand to set a new record attendance at #CUNAGAC! “We are committed to growing and advancing America’s middle class by ensuring that people from all walks of life have access to credit and the opportunity to build a strong and comfortable life.” @RyanDonovan #CUNAGAC pic.twitter.com/Eq4QzLCrzr— CUNA (@CUNA) February 24, 2020Today will be another exciting day at GAC. In the morning, after some time with NCUA’s Rodney Hood and CFPB’s Kathy Kraninger, newly elected CUNA Board Chair Troy Stang will give his first remarks to the GAC crowd. Afterwards, former UN Ambassador and Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley will deliver the morning keynote address. The afternoon session will feature David Plouffe, former Campaign Manager and White House Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama. The good news is that credit unions are there to help and are taking the time to talk to their members about their financial well-being. And that’s the CU Difference.Nussle challenged credit unions to tell the powerful stories of how they’re making a difference in members’ lives and to also think about 3 things while they’re at GAC:last_img read more

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Syracuse football’s shocking 31-17 win over No. 17 Virginia Tech shows glimpse into the future

first_img Published on October 15, 2016 at 10:45 pm Contact Tomer: [email protected] | @tomer_langer Eric Dungey took the snap from the Virginia Tech 30-yard line and took a knee. Then, the Syracuse quarterback started walking backward.He embraced running back Dontae Strickland with center Colin Byrne joining in. Near midfield, he rejoined the rest of his teammates who ran over from the sidelines and gave the obligatory “good game” to the Hokies players.By the time he reached the other 35-yard line, he was engulfed by SU students who had swarmed the field, celebrating the victory.“That’s what college football’s all about. That excitement, that energy, it’s so pure,” head coach Dino Babers said. “Anytime … you have an opportunity to experience something like that, it’s always going to be special.”The players walked backward after the game, but Syracuse (3-4, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) took a massive step forward in winning it. So many times this season, the Orange has failed to put a complete game together, falling apart after getting off to a fast start. A program hoping for a spark from a new coaching staff after seven wins over the last two years was still stuck in neutral.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut on Saturday, things changed for SU. The Orange never played from behind and the collapse that was expected to come never did. In its most dominant performance of the season, and its biggest regular season win since before the Scott Shafer era, Syracuse defeated No. 17 Virginia Tech (4-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast), 31-17, on Saturday in the Carrier Dome.“Anytime you take over a new program, you’re trying to get everybody to buy in, to work as one,” Babers said. “That’s what happened today.”MORE COVERAGE:Syracuse’s defense shuts down Virginia Tech in emphatic victoryDe’Jon Wilson has best performance in Syracuse career against VTDino Babers goes nuts in locker room after SU’s win over Virginia Tech After winning the coin toss, VT elected to defer and let its third-ranked defense go onto the field first. On the sixth play of the Orange’s first drive, Dungey lofted a pass down the middle of the field as he got knocked down. He stayed sitting on the ground and watched Ervin Philips haul in the pass and outrun the coverage for a 58-yard touchdown just under two minutes into the game.Dungey popped up, did his personalized celebration handshake with Strickland and ran toward the sideline as fans burst into cheers around him.The Orange scored later again to start the second quarter on a trick play when Dungey pitched it to Strickland, who then fired a pass downfield to Brisly Estime who ran untouched for an 84-yard touchdown.Syracuse took a 17-3 lead into halftime. The Orange was setting itself up for its first win against a ranked opponent since Nov. 10, 2012, against Louisville. But SU had gotten off to big starts before without managing to close the deal.Kiran Ramsey | Digital Design Editor“We had so many games that we could have pulled out,” wide receiver Steve Ishmael said. “We could have pulled out Louisville, USF.”Syracuse started falling into that same script in the second half. On the first offensive possession, Dungey threw an interception in the end zone. The offense didn’t get much going and by early in the fourth quarter, the Hokies had tied the game up at 17.But this time, the SU offense broke the script. On the very next possession, Syracuse orchestrated a nearly six-minute drive that ended with a Dungey touchdown plunge from 1 yard out. The Dome erupted in celebration while SU players and coaches mobbed each other on the sideline.The Orange defense forced a three-and-out on the next possession, and the offense scored another touchdown right after that. After letting the Hokies hang around, Syracuse was delivering the knockout blow.“Even before the game we felt that we had to come out with a chip on our shoulder,” Strickland said. “We were the underdogs, so we felt we had to come out with the dog in us.”Jessica Sheldon | Photo EditorWith VT trying to make one last push, the Syracuse defense forced a fumble and recovered it, effectively sealing the game.The Orange played a full game for the first time against a challenging opponent. Babers has frequently said that his system really starts to take shape in the middle of his second year, and in his signature win this season, he gave a glimpse into what the future could be for this program.“Really excited for the fan base, for the administration, the community, the university, and those young men out there on the football field,” Babers said.“I’m really happy for all of you to really get a taste of what this thing is going to look like.” Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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