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solar versus natural gas

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    RWD is gettingsome attention from North American investors it seems which does not surprise me. These guys are more than well aware of their omestic natural gas predicament which is likely to be one of increasing insecurity and cost in the future. The below post highlights the value that should be given to RWD's free energy (solar) evaporative capacity. In Canada the MOP producers use copious quantities of natural gas to evaporate water out of brine solutions.

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    Posted by: tbv
    In reply to: earthfarm who wrote msg# 1843 Date:2/27/2008 10:25:41 AM
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    It seems that a solar evaporate surface deposit is a fairly rare bird (I am not aware of another held by an emerging producer or explorer) which would have much lower capital cost and shorter lead time to production. Given Australia's import situation I really see this as a rare combination. I am curious if anyone can dampen my enthusiasm for this fellow. If not I honestly think that the more I look at it the more I think it is a better prospect than any of the North American juniors. I really want someone to poke holes in this if possible.

    http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=27158115
 
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