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|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
NOVONIX Ltd operates in the lithium-ion battery industry. The company has three operating segments being Graphite Exploration and Mining, Battery Technology, and Battery Materials. Graphite Exploration and Mining segment is engaged in the exploration and development of high-grade flake graphite deposit. The Battery Materials segment develops and manufactures battery anode materials. The Battery Technology segment develops battery cell testing equipment and carried out research and development in battery development. The Battery Technology segment is the major revenue contributor to the company. It has two geographical segments namely Australia and North America, of which the majority of the revenue comes from North America.
|13 May 2022||$3.68||$0.09||2.51%||3,824,395||$3.66||$3.77||$3.61|
|12 May 2022||$3.59||$-0.39||-9.80%||4,938,044||$3.80||$3.84||$3.59|
|11 May 2022||$3.98||$-0.05||-1.24%||4,245,835||$4.02||$4.07||$3.83|
|10 May 2022||$4.03||$-0.03||-0.74%||9,974,097||$3.67||$4.14||$3.59|
|09 May 2022||$4.06||$-0.57||-12.31%||6,152,226||$4.55||$4.55||$4.06|
|06 May 2022||$4.63||$-0.37||-7.40%||3,806,274||$4.70||$4.75||$4.57|
|05 May 2022||$5.00||$0.33||7.07%||4,168,961||$4.81||$5.04||$4.77|
|04 May 2022||$4.67||$-0.35||-6.97%||3,776,288||$5.08||$5.14||$4.60|
|03 May 2022||$5.02||$0.01||0.20%||1,956,861||$5.05||$5.20||$5.01|
|02 May 2022||$5.01||$-0.22||-4.21%||1,849,264||$5.10||$5.11||$5.00|
|29 Apr 2022||$5.23||$0.11||2.15%||1,918,430||$5.21||$5.38||$5.17|
|28 Apr 2022||$5.12||$-0.11||-2.10%||2,055,172||$5.31||$5.39||$5.10|
|27 Apr 2022||$5.23||$-0.03||-0.57%||2,155,006||$5.02||$5.25||$4.97|
|26 Apr 2022||$5.26||$-0.29||-5.23%||2,501,621||$5.40||$5.40||$5.16|
|22 Apr 2022||$5.55||$-0.32||-5.45%||2,312,329||$5.62||$5.72||$5.55|
|21 Apr 2022||$5.87||$-0.14||-2.33%||1,600,593||$6.03||$6.04||$5.82|
|20 Apr 2022||$6.01||$-0.10||-1.64%||1,881,029||$6.18||$6.19||$6.00|
|19 Apr 2022||$6.11||$-0.06||-0.97%||1,778,427||$6.03||$6.20||$6.00|
|14 Dec 2021||Robert Natter||Exercise||200||$1,846,000|| |
Conversion of securities.
|14 Dec 2021||Robert Natter||Issued||200||$1,846,000|| |
Conversion of securities. As per announcement on 14/12/2021
|07 Dec 2021||Andrew Liveris||Issued||66||$110,000|| |
Director remuneration. 66,000 - Share Rights
|07 Dec 2021||Robert Natter||Issued||200||$1,716,000|| |
Issue of securities. 200,000 - Performance Rights
|07 Dec 2021||Robert Cooper||Issued||66||$110,000|| |
Issue of securities. 66,000 - Share Rights
Trading in USD$
|07 Dec 2021||Trevor St Baker||Issued||66||$110,000|| |
Director remuneration. 66,000 - Share Rights
Trading in USD$
|07 Dec 2021||Anthony (Tony) Bellas||Issued||266||$2,282,280|| |
Issue of securities. 266,000 - Share Rights
|07 Dec 2021||Anthony (Tony) Bellas||Buy||200||$1,716,000|| |
Conversion of securities.
|07 Dec 2021||Anthony (Tony) Bellas||Exercise||200||$1,716,000|| |
Conversion of securities. 66,000 - Share Rights
|24 May 2021||Andrew Liveris||Exercise||2||$1,650,000|| |
Exercise of options.
|24 May 2021||Andrew Liveris||Buy||2||$1,650,000|| |
Exercise of options.
|Mr Anthony (Tony) George Bellas||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Aug 2015|| |
Mr Bellas has over 35 years of experience in the public and private sectors. Tony was previously CEO of the Seymour Group, private investment and development companies. Prior to joining the Seymour Group, Tony held the position of CEO of Ergon Energy, a Queensland Government-owned corporation involved in electricity distribution and retailing. Before that, he was CEO of CS Energy, also a Queensland Government-owned corporation. Tony had a long career with Queensland Treasury, he worked as a Deputy Under Treasurer. Currently, He is Chairman of intelliHR Limited and Deputy Chairman of State Gas Limited. He is a director of Loch Exploration Pty Ltd, Colonial Goldfields Pty Ltd and West Bengal Resources (Australia) Pty Ltd.
|Mr Trevor Charles St Baker||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020|| |
Mr Baker has over 60 years of experience in the energy industry, including 23 within NSW and Queensland Electricity Commissions, 12 years as Principal of ERM Consultants then founding ERM Power Ltd which was acquired by Shell for $617 million in November 2019. Trevor is an investor and Chairman of leading global electric vehicle DC fast charge developer and manufacturer, Tritium Pty Ltd, which has merged with Decarbonisation plus Acquisition Corp (DCRN) to List on NASDAQ as Tritium DCFC Corp. He is also Chairman of Nth Degree Worldwide Technologies Inc, and of Printed Energy Pty Ltd, both of Tempe, Arizona, and a Director of CareWear Corp, of Reno, Nevada. He is also Chairman of Delta Electricity Pty Ltd and of Evie Networks (Fast Cities Australia Pty Ltd), both of Australia, and is a founding director of SMR Nuclear Technology Pty Ltd. Trevor also co-founded the St Baker Wilkes Indigenous Educational Foundation Limited. Currently, he is Director of St Baker Energy Innovation Fund, Energy Policy Institute of Australia, Pure-EVs of the Philippines, as well as member of advisory Boards of Revel Transit Inc, of NY, and of TrueGreen Mobility Pty Ltd, of Australia.
|Mr Robert J Natter||Executive Director||Jul 2017|| |
Mr Natter retired from active military service with the US Navy in 2003 and now has 17 years of experience in the private sector of the US and Australia markets. During his Navy career, Admiral Natter served as the Commander of the US Seventh Fleet, controlling all US Navy operations throughout the western Pacific and Indian Oceans. As a four star Admiral, Natter was Commander in Chief of the US Atlantic Fleet and the first Commander of US Fleet Forces Command, overseeing all Continental US Navy bases and the training and readiness of all Navy ships, submarines, and aircraft squadrons based there. He is on the Board and Chairs the Governance and Compensation Committee of Allied Universal Security Company with over 700,000 employees worldwide. He also serves on the Board of Intellisense (ISI), a privately held technology company based in Torrance, California. He also serves on the US Naval Academy Foundation Board and was Chairman of the Academy Alumni Association, representing over 60,000 living Academy alumni. He also served on the Navy Seal Museum and the Yellow Ribbon Fund Boards.
|Mr Robert John Cooper||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2016|| |
Mr Cooper has almost 30 years of industry experience, having held roles across a diverse range of commodities, both in Australia and overseas. He has operating and technical experience in both operations and project development. Mr Cooper has previously held positions with BHP Billiton as General Manager of Leinster Nickel Operations within Nickel West, and as Asset President of Ekati Diamonds in Canada. He more recently held senior positions with Discovery Metals as General Manager-Operations in Botswana and as General Manager-Development. Robert is currently the CEO of Round Oak Minerals Pty Limited, a 100% owned subsidiary of the Washington H Soul Pattinson Group of companies.
|Mr Andrew Nicholas Liveris||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2018|| |
Mr Liveris has more than 40 years of experience at the Dow Chemical Company, Mr Liveris' career has spanned roles in manufacturing, engineering, sales, marketing, and business and general management around the world. Currently, he is Non executive director of Saudi Arabian Oil Company and International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation (NYSE: IBM).
|Mr Chris Hay||Alternate Director||Jun 2021|| |
Mr Hay is an experienced senior executive and investment professional with direct investment experience in private equity and venture capital.
|Ms Zhanna Golodryga||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2021|| |
Ms Golodryga has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry and the information technology field. She serves as the Senior Vice President and Chief Digital and Administrative Officer of Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX), a diversified energy manufacturing and logistics company. Prior to joining Phillips 66, Ms Golodryga served as Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, Services at Hess Corporation with responsibility for managing the company's service organizations including global supply chain, global business transformation program, and global office services, as well as information management, enterprise architecture, infrastructure, and cybersecurity. Prior to that, Ms Golodryga served as Chief Information Officer at BHP Billiton Petroleum, Vice President of Information Technology at TeleCheck International, Manager of Information Systems at Baker Hughes, IT Services Manager at Marathon Oil, and Systems Analyst at 3D/International. Ms Golodryga currently serves on the boards of Regions Financial Corp., and Memorial Hermann Foundation, and chairs the AspenTech Executive Advisory Board. Honors and Recognition includes 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil & Gas and Top 50 Multicultural Leaders award from National Diversity Council
|Ms Jean Oelwang||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2022|| |
Ms Oelwang has 30 Years of experience in Telecommunications Companies. She is President and Founding CEO of Virgin Unite. Over the last 17 years, Ms Oelwang has worked with partners to lead the incubation and startup of several global initiatives, including: The Elders, The B Team, The Carbon War Room (merged with the RMI), The Africa Donor Collective, Ocean Unite (now ORRAA), The Caribbean Climate Smart Accelerator, 100% Human at Work, The Virgin Unite Constellation, and The Branson Centers of Entrepreneurship. She also involved in the incubation of many other initiatives such as The Audacious Project. Prior to that, Jean helped start up mobile phone companies in seven countries.
|Ms Suzanne Yeates||Company Secretary|| |
|Dr Christopher John Burns||Chief Executive Officer||Sep 2020|| |
|Christopher John Burns||Chief Executive Officer|| |
|Suzanne Yeates||Company Secretary|| |
|R Buttar||Senior Vice President and General Counsel|| |
|St Baker Energy Holdings Pty Ltd||62,843,522||15.53%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||32,619,424||8.06%|
|Allegro Capital Nominees Pty Ltd||24,336,337||6.01%|
|Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited||16,852,336||4.17%|
|Argo Investments Limited||14,240,028||3.52%|
|Philip St Baker & Peta St Baker||13,584,212||3.36%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream||11,616,402||2.87%|
|Carpe Diem Asset Management Pty Ltd||9,047,622||2.24%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||8,570,821||2.12%|
|Washington H Soul Pattinson and Company Limited||7,867,785||1.94%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||6,660,047||1.65%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited||5,619,431||1.39%|
|Mutual Trust Pty Ltd||4,132,794||1.02%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited – A/c||3,880,097||0.96%|
|John Christopher Burns||3,756,936||0.93%|
|David Andrew Stevens||3,350,910||0.83%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (i)||3,160,382||0.78%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited||2,296,645||0.57%|