LiqTech International Inc.: Pounding The Table As O&G Takes Shape Plus Black Carbon And NOx Opportunities Are Ahead Of Plan

LiqTech International is in the middle stages of supplying ceramic silicon carbide filters to closed-loop scrubber manufacturers for the IMO 2020 regulatory implementation cycle, which is expected to peak in 2024. Large shipowners are returning to the market ordering and installing scrubbers, taking a longer-term view of the opportunity. Over 120 ports worldwide have banned the use of open-loop scrubbers. Additionally, the European Parliament's environmental committee recently voted to support an open-loop ban, potentially adding 4000 ships to LiqTech International’s TAM. The company is entering the O&G filtration market through a JV in the Middle East. The O&G market provides…
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LiqTech International: Investors Are Missing The Forest For The Trees

LiqTech International (LIQT) offers a unique mix of growth drivers that should allow the company to expand at a strong pace for the foreseeable future. It’s currently at an inflection point with ramping orders and installations for IMO 2020-compliant marine scrubbers. With the recent launch of its conversion kit, LIQT is well-positioned to benefit from the market’s shift away from open loop scrubbers and toward closed loop. Beyond the marine scrubber market, LIQT is entering several new and large markets that will provide revenue diversification and growth including Oil and Gas water filtration, power plant wastewater, and industrial membranes. Read…
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LiqTech International Is An Under The Radar GARP Idea With Multiple Catalysts

LiqTech International (NASDAQ: LIQT) is an exciting clean technology filtration company positioned well to benefit from several significant catalysts which are providing meaningful growth opportunities for this relatively unknown small-cap company. This stock has been punished due to a misunderstanding of LIQT’s unique position within the marine scrubber market. Additionally, some investors express concern over the durability of LIQT’s earning power beyond the implementation of IMO 2020. This uncertainty, combined with a generally soft small cap market, has contributed to the currently depressed share price. Read More on Seeking Alpha.
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