Just a thought - whether they can disclose more (e.g. pictures) about the concession may be contingent on reaching some milestone about HIMR's percent of ownership, which in turn may be contingent on reaching certain milestones about the development of the project. Suppose you are Pedro Barquet, the appeal of partnering with HIMR is that they have technology which allows you to extract faster than you could on your own. You would probably structure the agreement so that it required that equipment was on the scene and producing as expected before HIMR could acquire more of the concession. Suppose you are HIMR, if the partner is "to blame" for the lack of disclosure, you don't want to publicly say that and endanger the partnership.
Hiring an IR person to say they can't say anything is both aggravating and encouraging, but on balance, in context, it is encouraging because it suggests they have operations.
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