Re: a potential investor and collaborator has shown a little interest in Climostat
- Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2018 16:40:39 +0000
- From: Michael Fothergill <michael.fothergill@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: a potential investor and collaborator has shown a little interest in Climostat
I think the Beefeater sounds like the best choice for me.
6.30 pm is a good time.
On 26 January 2018 at 16:34, Paul Barnard <paul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The Beefeater or the Ring of Bells would be good.
Early evening would be best for me - say 6.30? But I'm flexible on this.
On 26/01/2018 16:08, Michael Fothergill wrote:
Many thanks for the offer.
I need to think of a good place to have a meal round here.
We could try e.g. the Beefeater at Preston Brook or the Ring of Bells in Frodsham.
Restaurants in Runcorn itself are not very fancy - there is a Pizza Hut in the Halton Lea business park that is not that bad.
I think you might have eaten there once before. That might also work.
What time of day would be best for this next Friday?
On 26 January 2018 at 15:54, Paul Barnard <paul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I will be staying in Runcorn on Friday night, 2nd Feb.
Can I treat you to dinner somewhere?
On 24/01/2018 18:02, Michael Fothergill wrote:
Many thanks for the reply.
I will let you know how the meeting went.
On 24 January 2018 at 18:00, Paul Barnard <paul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This sounds good.
The file you sent me doesn't help very much, since it is limited to the UK subsidiary.
I suggest you prepare a 1-page briefing note for the meeting, in concise bullet point format.
On 23/01/2018 21:56, Michael Fothergill wrote:
I have agreed a meeting with the executive from Calysta at the Wilton site in February.
On 22 January 2018 at 20:25, Michael Fothergill <michael.fothergill@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Happy New Year!
I am emailing to let you know that a US firm, with a UK subsidiary based in Wilton, Teeside called Calysta (http://calysta.com/) has taken a bit of interest in Climostat.
This firm is making protein from methanotrophs to be used a foodstuff for fish and other animals. They are building a plant in the US that will produce 200,000 tonnes a year of the product.
It will be the largest gas fermentation plant in the world.
They have several investors including Cargill which is a large US food business with 100000 employees.
One of their executives is coming to Teeside early in February.
They are suggesting either a phone chat or meeting.
I am at present thinking to ask for a meeting with them in Wilton.
I have attached the companies house filing for the UK subsidiary to this email.
I hope the file is not too big to make it to your end.
Wish me luck on this.
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