CNQ's Principal Activity is the the provision of water treatment and resource recovery services and equipment as well as the licencing of proprietary technology.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-2.69%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-11.78%|
|ASX Rank||1,595 of 2,316|
|Sector Rank||119 of 172|
Clean TeQ Water Limited (CNQ) is one of Australia's technology companies in the water treatment and resource recovery space. The services are provided to governments and companies. The technology solutions include desalination, nutrient removal, zero liquid discharge and hardness removal. The company has offices and laboratories in Melbourne, Beijing and Tianjin, and partnerships covering Africa, the Middle East and North Africa regions and Latin America.
No incorporation details available.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
|Ms Robyn Leigh McLeod||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2021||
Ms Robyn Leigh McLeod
Ms McLeod is an Executive with experience in the water and health sectors in Australia. Currently, Ms McLeod sits on the Boards of Melbourne Water, Monash Health, and VicWater. Her previous positions include Independent Commissioner for Water Security for South Australia, National Director of Water at KPMG, Executive Director of Major Water Projects for the Department of Environment and Sustainability in Victoria and Chief of Staff to the Victorian Minister for Energy Resources and Ports. Ms McLeod is involved in the water sector and has gained experience in governance, water strategy, water security planning, project management, capital delivery, risk, and probity.
|Mr Ian Douglas Knight||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2021||
Mr Ian Douglas Knight
Mr Knight's experience includes presenting to and working with Boards of public, private and private equity ownership, Not-for-Profit, State and Federal Governments and experience in strategising and implementing mergers, acquisitions, divestments and capital raising initiatives. Mr Knight was formerly a Partner of KPMG where he held the position of Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and Head of Private Equity for KPMG Corporate Finance. He is also chairman of Risk Committee of the CNQ.
|Ms Stefanie (Stef) Eva Loader||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2021||
Ms Stefanie (Stef) Eva Loader
Ms Loader is a mining industry executive with experience in exploration, project evaluation and development, mining and corporate roles across seven countries and four continents. Ms Loader was most recently Managing Director of Northparkes Copper and Gold Mine for CMOC International. Ms Loader began her career with Rio Tinto as an exploration geologist in Australia and was part of the discovery team for the Khanong copper deposit at Sepon in Laos. After exploration and evaluation roles in the Americas, Ms Loader was assigned to the office of Rio Tinto Chief Executive in London. Ms Loader also led the development of the Bunder diamond project in India. Ms Loader was appointed a Non-Executive Director of Sunrise Energy Metals 1 July 2017. Ms Loader is also a Non-Executive Director of St Barbara Limited and Chairperson of Port Waratah Coal Services. She is also member of Risk Committee of the CNQ.
|Mr Peter Leonard Voigt||Chief Technology Officer,Executive Chairman,Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Mr Peter Leonard Voigt
Chief Technology Officer,Executive Chairman,Executive Director
Mr Voigt founded Sunrise Energy Metals. Mr Voigt is focused on product development and technology commercialisation and is responsible for all research and development activities. Prior to founding Sunrise Energy Metals in 1990, Mr Voigt held product and technology development roles with Australian industrial companies.
|Mr Sam Riggall||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Mr Sam Riggall
Mr Riggall has spent his career in the mining and technology industries as a company director, senior executive, advisor and investor. He has worked in specialty minerals, initially as mining executive for the Rio Tinto Group's portfolio of industrial minerals businesses, and over the past decade in battery materials. Mr Riggall has worked in exploration, evaluation, development and operations, having served as a director on several public and private boards in Australia and overseas. He brings deep and extensive insight to the interface between emerging technologies and raw material markets and is an active advocate for reforming supply chains to accelerate innovation and better manage risk. Mr Riggall is the Chief Executive Officer of Sunrise Energy Metals. Mr Riggall was formerly Head of Strategy and Planning at Ivanhoe Mines, where he worked actively in Central Asia, Africa and Australia. In his roles at both Rio Tinto and Ivanhoe, Mr Riggall was involved in review of capital allocation decisions and new project generation. He has led negotiations with national governments and parliaments to secure long-term mine development agreements, as well as actively defending nationalisation and expropriation cases in many parts the world. Mr Riggall was awarded the Honour Medal of Economic and Financial Service by the Government of Mongolia for his contribution to Mongolia's economic and social development. He is also member of Risk Committee of the CNQ.
|Ms Anita Addorisio||Company Secretary||N/A|
|Mr Willem Vriesendorp||Chief Executive Officer||N/A|
CNQ directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|31/08/21||Peter Voigt||Issued||567,717||$0.715||$405,917||Issue of securities|
The current holdings of CNQ directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Stefanie (Stef) Loader||28/04/2021||N/A||11,000||N/A||N/A|
No Substantial Shareholders for CNQ in our database.
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|02-07-21||FMR LLC and the entities||3,547,143||--||7.94|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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