An impressive array of both creative and financial energy is behind Carbon Streaming Corp. (NEO-NETZ; OTC-OFSTF), a fairly new company that recently announced the closing of a bit over $100 million financing. Among its larger investors are Ross Beaty, Marin Katusa, and Osisko Gold Royalties.
As you'll also see among a plethora of news on NETZ's news page, the company just finished listing on Canada's trendy new exchange, the NEO.
In the works as well is a major U.S. exchange listing: Goldman Sachs is slated to lead that though — as Pres/C.E.O. Justin Cochrane told me this past week, as he, Streetwise Reports Founder Gordon Holmes, and I chatted at some considerable length — it may not be the only firm involved.
I suspect Goldman is licking its chops over this one!
You already know the back story/concept from my December item on carbon credit schemes.
In NETZ's case they are set to make a big, initial splash into the nascent but potentially monstrous market for the voluntary carbon credits regimen.
Take some time to peruse (along with the rest of the site) Carbon Streaming's corporate presentation where, among other things, they explain the difference between that and the more established system of "Compliance" credit markets.
As Cochrane explained to me in some considerable (and patient!) detail, the model NETZ is using is similar to that he used while at Sandstorm Gold for many years: NETZ finances a carbon credit regimen and shares in the rewards. Yet as I'll explain in a follow-up to this in the next issue, there are a couple more moving parts...and the financial and public relations rewards for those involved are dynamic!
While I regrettably didn't get us involved in the last big financing round at $1.00/"special warrant," this is none the less a new, powerful company in an industry just being born. Though we aren't in at the very beginning, we're close; and I SURE don't want to wait for NETZ to be on a major U.S. exchange, have Goldman behind it, etc.
NETZ's share price has surged to near CA$3.00 in recent days — and may well pull back or at east consolidate/pause somewhat. But the long-term story and potential here are great enough that you need not be too cute in trying to time any correction that may come along.
The article was originally sent to subscribers on August 15, 2021.
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