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Police: UV protect your property

Police stations across the South-West are handing out permanent UV pens and encouraging community members to mark their property to help deter thefts and return stolen items. The ink goes on clear and can only be seen with the help of a UV light. South West Community Engagement Senior Constable Neale Horsley encouraged people to use the pen for mobile phones, laptops, computers and TVs. “The police have a lot of property held at stations and in some cases we can't identify the owner of the property, which can be time consuming for police trying to track down the owners,” he said. “The community is asked to write their drivers licence number on their property, which is the best number because it's unique to them. “We have to realise that UV pens can't write on anything – we suggest people photograph jewellery and record serial numbers of electronic items and keep it in a safe place. “We also encourage people to get things that will be out in the weather engraved.” Constab..

Police stations across the South-West are handing out permanent UV pens and encouraging community members to mark their property to help deter thefts and return stolen items. The ink goes on clear and can only be seen with the help of a UV light. South West Community Engagement Senior Constable Neale Horsley encouraged people to use the pen for mobile phones, laptops, computers and TVs. "The police have a lot of property held at stations and in some cases we can't identify the owner of the property, which can be time consuming for police trying to track down the owners," he said. "The community is asked to write their drivers licence number on their property, which is the best number because it's unique to them. "We have to realise that UV pens can't write on anything – we suggest people photograph jewellery and record serial numbers of electronic items and keep it in a safe place. "We also encourage people to get things that will be out in the weather engraved." Constable Horsley said people were encouraged to attend their local police station and ask for a UV pen so they could write on their property and start recording items. "This will help police return property back to the rightful owners, which I think is really important," he said. "It won't cause damage to the goods and won't impact on warranties." For more visit www.nhw.wa.gov.au/Resources

Protect your property: South West Community Engagement Senior Constable Neale Horsley showing how the UV pen works. Photo: Emily Sharp.

Police stations across the South-West are handing out permanent UV pens and encouraging community members to mark their property to help deter thefts and return stolen items.

The ink goes on clear and can only be seen with the help of a UV light.

South West Community Engagement Senior Constable Neale Horsley encouraged people to use the pen for mobile phones, laptops, computers and TVs.

"The police have a lot of property held at stations and in some cases we can't identify the owner of the property, which can be time consuming for police tryingRead More – Source

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EnWave inks licensing agreement with Aurora Cannabis for its dehydration technology in Australia

EnWave Corporation (CVE:ENW) (OTCMKTS:NWVCF) has signed an exclusive, royalty-bearing commercial licensing agreement for its dehydration technology with cannabis power player Aurora Cannabis Inc (TSE:ACB) (NYSE:ACB).

Aurora will hold an exclusive master license to use EnWaves Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology for the drying of cannabis in Australia. As part of the deal, the companies will work together to pursue sub-licensing opportunities.

One sub-licensee, who signed a deal concurrently with the Aurora agreement, is Cann Group Limited (ASX:CAN), the first company in Australia to earn a medical cannabis cultivation license.

READ: Moon Cheese moonshot: Enwave to install additional dehydrating technology to boost the snack's production
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EnWave Corporation (CVE:ENW) (OTCMKTS:NWVCF) has signed an exclusive, royalty-bearing commercial licensing agreement for its dehydration technology with cannabis power player Aurora Cannabis Inc (TSE:ACB) (NYSE:ACB).

Aurora will hold an exclusive master license to use EnWaves Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology for the drying of cannabis in Australia. As part of the deal, the companies will work together to pursue sub-licensing opportunities.

One sub-licensee, who signed a deal concurrently with the Aurora agreement, is Cann Group Limited (ASX:CAN), the first company in Australia to earn a medical cannabis cultivation license.

READ: Moon Cheese moonshot: Enwave to install additional dehydrating technology to boost the snack's production

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88 Energy continues countdown to Charlie-1 well in Alaska

88 Energy PLCs (LON:88E) countdown to its exciting Charlie-1 well continues with the explorers quarterly update today highlighting details about the upcoming programme, located in one section of Project Icewine on Alaskas North Slope.

The company recently confirmed it is on-track to drill Charlie alongside new partner Premier Oil PLC (LON:PMO), with the joint venture agreement currently in the process of being rubberstamped, and said a February 2020 spud date is anticipated.

Todays statement further detailed the scope and opportunity at Charlie which is planned as an appraisal of the conventional and undeveloped Malguk discovery, made by BP in the early 1990s.

“Malguk-1 encountered oil shows with elevated resistivity and mud gas readings over multiple horizons during drilling but was not tested due to complications towards the end of operations, which resulted in lack of time before the close of the winter drilling season,” 88 Energy noted in its statement.

“It was also drilled usi..

88 Energy PLCs (LON:88E) countdown to its exciting Charlie-1 well continues with the explorers quarterly update today highlighting details about the upcoming programme, located in one section of Project Icewine on Alaskas North Slope.

The company recently confirmed it is on-track to drill Charlie alongside new partner Premier Oil PLC (LON:PMO), with the joint venture agreement currently in the process of being rubberstamped, and said a February 2020 spud date is anticipated.

Todays statement further detailed the scope and opportunity at Charlie which is planned as an appraisal of the conventional and undeveloped Malguk discovery, made by BP in the early 1990s.

“Malguk-1 encountered oil shows with elevated resistivity and mud gas readings over multiple horizons during drilling but was not tested due to complications towards the end of operations, which resulted in lack of time before the close of the winter drilling season,” 88 Energy noted in its statement.

“It was also drilled using vintage 2D seismic, which was insufficient to adequately determine the extent of any of the prospective targets encountered.”

READ: 88 Energys Charlie may be the explorers best opportunity to date

The small-cap explorer added: “88 Energy completed (the) acquisition of modern 3D seismic in 2018, in order to determine the extent of the discovered oil accumulations. Charlie-1 will intersect seven stacked prospects, four of which are interpreted as oil bearing in Malguk‑1 and are therefore considered appraisal targets.”

Pre-drill the project has been estimated to have some 1.6bn barrels of prospective resources, which would equate to a still eye-watering 480mln barrels for the small-cap junior partner – presently valued at about £50mln (A$96mln).

Premier Oil is to pay up to US$23mln of Charlies well costs, as it earns 60% of the project.

Drilling is slated to start in February and, subject to initial findings, well testing is envisaged and would conclude by April.

The drill rig for the programme has been secured and permitting work continues, with the Premier joint venture deal expected to be sealed next month.

In mid-September, 88 Energy raised A$6.75mln to cover any additional costs at Charlie over and above the expenditure being carried by Premier.

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Fertoz signs multiple contracts including with heavyweight Archer Daniels

Fertoz Ltd (ASX:FTZ) has revealed multiple new deals including a supply agreement with one of the worlds largest agribusinesses, Archer Daniels Midland Co (NYSE:ADM).

Archer Daniels will make Fertozs phosphate-based fertiliser products available to its wholesale and retail customers through physical and online channels, with first sales expected in Spring 2020.

Fertoz has also done other details with existing distributor Blairs Ag and with AgVend.com, Trimble Ag and Ponderosa Ag.

The Blairs Ag order is for 15,000 tonnes to be delivered as 5,000 tonnes per year over the next three years with deliveries starting before year-end.

Expanding base of distributors and manufacturers
Fertozs executive chairman Patrick Avery said: “The deal with ADM not only de-risks the company from a volume growth target perspective, it also represents strong validation of the quality of our organic rock phosphate fertilisers and blends from a global leader in food production, processing, storage and trans..

Fertoz Ltd (ASX:FTZ) has revealed multiple new deals including a supply agreement with one of the worlds largest agribusinesses, Archer Daniels Midland Co (NYSE:ADM).

Archer Daniels will make Fertozs phosphate-based fertiliser products available to its wholesale and retail customers through physical and online channels, with first sales expected in Spring 2020.

Fertoz has also done other details with existing distributor Blairs Ag and with AgVend.com, Trimble Ag and Ponderosa Ag.

The Blairs Ag order is for 15,000 tonnes to be delivered as 5,000 tonnes per year over the next three years with deliveries starting before year-end.

Expanding base of distributors and manufacturers

Fertozs executive chairman Patrick Avery said: “The deal with ADM not only de-risks the company from a volume growth target perspective, it also represents strong validation of the quality of our organic rock phosphate fertilisers and blends from a global leader in food production, processing, storage and transportation.

“With consumer desire for simple, wholesome food driving growth in the organic category, ADM has introduced and expanded a range of organic products, including grains, beans, seeds and flours.

“As demand for organic packaged foods has grown among label-conscious consumers, so too has demand for organic inputs.

“We are pleased that after reviewing a range of competing products, ADM has chosen to market Fertoz's organic rock phosphate to its substantial grower and distributor network.

Targeting organic farmers

“Following our recent efforts to gather contact details of organic farmers, we are now targeting all relevant potential customers within a 100-mile radius of our key distribution centres.

“This targeted approach is generating promising leads that we expect to convert into sales in 2020.

“This should compensate for the lower-than-expected sales in 2019, whichRead More – Source

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