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Environmental Clean Technologies shares rise as project in India progresses

Environmental Clean Technologies Ltd’s (ASX:ESI) (ECT) shares are trading about 8% higher intra-day at $0.014 after completing the basic design for the Matmor component of its planned India project.

Environmental Clean Technologies calls for halt pending financial update

Environmental Clean Technologies Ltd (ASX:ESI) is preparing to outline details in relation to its capital management program, and the ASX has granted the company a trading halt to prepare.

Australian partner calls for ‘polite persistence’ as NLC-NMDC venture hits bureaucratic hurdle

2017-05-08 thehindubusinessline
As a joint venture proposal of public sector companies, NLC Ltd and NMDC with an Australian company called Environmental Clean Technologies, has been sent to NITI Aayog for review, the Australian company has spoken to its shareholders of the need for “polite persistence”.

Environmental Clean Technologies to provide update from India

Environmental Clean Technologies (ASX:ESI) has been granted a trading halt by the ASX this morning, with its shares placed in pre-open.

Equities First Holdings, LLC Develops Transaction with Australian Company Environmental Clean Technologies Limited

2016-12-22 marketwired
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA and INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwired - Dec 22, 2016) - Equities First Holdings, LLC (EFH), a provider of alternative shareholder financing, and its Australian subsidiary, Equities First Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd (EFH/A) are pleased to announce that EFH has entered into a transaction with Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ECT) to provide funding to be used in the development of major projects in India.

Environmental Clean Technologies secures funding for project in India

The proposed integrated Coldry-Matmor process pilot plant will enable steel production using ESI’s proprietary process of reducing moisture in lignite and purification of iron ore. The $3-5 million financing arrangement has been signed with Equities First Holdings (EFH) to fund the Indian project’s detailed design and engineering stage. This arrangement involves qualifying investors entering into funding facilities with EFH for the sole purpose of financing their ESI options conversions at an interest rate of 5.

Environmental Clean Technologies completes facility upgrade

The activities at the test facility are linked to preparations for a demonstration plant in India.

ECT happy with feasibility study in India

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