Houston Natural Resources (OTC: HNRC) Thrives Amid Record Oil and Gas Profits, Diversifies into Energy Transition and Critical Minerals

Houston Natural Resources (OTC: HNRC) Thrives Amid Record Oil and Gas Profits, Diversifies into Energy Transition and Critical Minerals

Houston Natural Resources Corporation (OTC: HNRC) remains strong amid record profits from oil and gas companies. The industry acknowledges the need for diversity and future readiness. Houston Natural Resources Corporation (OTC: HNRC) is actively engaging in the energy transition sector. The company is currently involved in lithium, copper, gold, silver, and rare earth critical minerals.

Houston Natural Resources Corporation (OTC: HNRC) successfully acquired Cunningham Mining Ltd. Cunningham Mining secured placer claims, known as the ‘Nugget Trap Placer Mine’, covering 573.7 acres. Additionally, Cunningham Mining obtained the necessary authorizations and permits for the property in the Skeena Mining Division, British Columbia. 

Houston Natural Resources Corporation (OTC: HNRC) announced it converted a minority stake in Cunningham Mining into a state-of-the-art digital asset token backed by gold. In its news release, the company emphasized that this strategic move could revolutionize the mining industry by harnessing digital technology. This initiative demonstrates the company’s strong commitment to innovation and its forward-looking vision. 

Additionally, Cunningham Mining is collaborating with the British Columbia Ministry of Mines to obtain permits for a 15,000 cubic yard per year pay dirt mining program. Houston Natural Resources Corporation, holding an interest in Cunningham Mining, will finance the property exploration using a gold-backed token. 

Active across these sectors, oil, gas and energy transition companies include: Clean Vision Corp (OTCMKTS: CLNV), GE Vernova Inc (NYSE: GEV), TTEC Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: TTEC), Renew Energy Global PLC (NASDAQ: RNW), iShares Global Clean Energy ETF (NASDAQ: ICLN).


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