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Sector Expert: Luisa Moreno

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Luisa Moreno is managing partner and analyst with Toronto-based Tahuti Global. She covers industry metals with a major focus on technology and energy metal companies. She has been a guest speaker on television and at international conferences. Moreno has published reports on rare earths and other critical metals and has been quoted in newspapers and industry blogs. She holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in physics engineering, as well as a Ph.D. in materials and mechanics from Imperial College, London.

Recent Interviews

Luisa Moreno Explains Why Metallurgy Is So Important in Critical Metals Projects (7/23/15)

Luisa Moreno, managing partner and analyst with Toronto-based Tahuti Global, says there are many things investors must pay attention to when it comes to critical metals projects, but nothing should trump metallurgy. That's because no two deposits are precisely the same, and having a clear understanding of how to economically recover those metals and get them into end-users' hands is usually the difference between higher share prices and failure. In this interview with The Gold Report, Moreno discusses several companies developing critical metals deposits with established metallurgy and other attributes that put them on the path to success.

Luisa Moreno: Graphite, Lithium and REEs Essential to Hot Technologies (7/8/14)

Graphite. Lithium. Rare earth elements. What do these metals and minerals have in common? They are playing bigger and more critical roles in widely used big kid toys like smartphones, tablets and electric vehicles. Investors can't stay on top of every hot commodity but Luisa Moreno, mining analyst with Euro Pacific Canada, offers some companies developing graphite, lithium and REE resources for the toys and technology of the future in this interview with The Mining Report.

The Numbers Don't Lie: Why the Industrial Minerals Sector Is Here to Stay (1/28/14)

There are two ways to visualize the critical metals and industrial minerals sector. Some see a hostile climate, where junior mining companies compete for scarce financing dollars. But there's a sunnier side to this story: more than ever, companies, government and academia are forming partnerships to solve a global problem—the ongoing need for scarce critical materials. In this Mining Report interview, Luisa Moreno, industrial minerals analyst with Euro Pacific Capital, discusses the challenges and the prospects for players in a sector she insists is here to stay.

Recent Quotes

"CCE's Blue River tantalum-niobium project in British Columbia is noteworthy."

The Gold Report Interview with Luisa Moreno (7/23/15)
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"LGO's Maracás Menchen is the most significant vanadium project at the moment."

The Gold Report Interview with Luisa Moreno (7/23/15)
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"The TSX.V approved consolidation of LGO's shares on a 1:10 basis."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (10/17/14)
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"LGO has begun producing vanadium pentoxide at market specification."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (9/30/14)
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"EGZ plans a $4.8M private placement to fund production of samples."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (9/17/14)
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"LGO's Maracás project is arguably the most advanced vanadium project in the world."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (8/5/14)
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"UCU enjoys significant support from the regional and federal governments."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (7/24/14)
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"LGO is our top pick because Maracás will be one of the best vanadium projects in the world."

— Luisa Moreno, Euro Pacific Canada (7/17/14)
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