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Akilles
11.09.2016 15:15
#6077

renud
Joda, selvfølgelig er det mulig å redusere i Keliber, i stede for å emittere. Men jeg har forstått det slik at Nordic Mining har ambisjoner om å bli et morselskap for slike selskap i norden, og da er ikke salg av den beste delen den letteste avgjørelsen å ta.
Jeg mener de må bli flinkere til å få frem verdiene i selskapene.

Så jeg vil anbefale ansettelse av Jan Vestrum som selger og agitator, han var fantastisk kreativ for å få opp kursen i selskapet CREW. (Via navnforandringer, oppkjøp og kreative børsmeldinger, osv. (Noen burde skrive en bok om det stuntet : ) )
tjuagutt
12.09.2016 09:07
#4328

Ressurs oppdatering Engebø

The total estimated resources in the Measured and Indicated categories are 93
million tonnes. This is an increase of 61 million tonnes compared with previous
estimates. The average TiO2 grade has increased confirming the deposit's high
rutile content. The garnet grade is approximately 44%, documenting that a
substantial amount of garnet is hosted in the deposit.
Akilles
12.09.2016 09:45
#6078

Tredobling av resursene, så da er det vel bare å vente på tredobling av kursen ? Dette resultatet tror jeg vil lokke frem partnere som har ekspertise og penger nok til og fullføre prosjektet, frem til oppstart. Ingen flere kursdrivende emisjoner ? Eller ett oppkjøp forsøk?

Endret 12.09.2016 09:55 av Akilles
Akilles
13.09.2016 12:28
#6080

Bare litt "humpete", denne gangen tror jeg vi skal høyt.



Endret 13.09.2016 12:30 av Akilles
OldNick
13.09.2016 13:35
#18332

Ikke for å ødelegge stemningen, men det er viktig å vite om historien til junior miners, som jo NOM er.





En annen versjon:



Endret 13.09.2016 13:55 av OldNick
Akilles
13.09.2016 14:22
#6081

OldN
Tja, disse ser fine ut,så da er spørsmålet, hvilken fase er NOM i nå etter ti års "kamp"? Fase 1, etter den nederste modellen?

Mangler det ikke en oppkjøp-fase i disse modellene ?
Jeg vil tro at oppkjøpsfaren øker ved økende ressurser og fallene aksjekurser ? Som nå..

Endret 13.09.2016 14:39 av Akilles
Akilles
13.09.2016 15:02
#6082

Ellers så vil jeg tro at de som leser denne tråden, forstår de at fleste av de som ligger ut aksjer til salgs i dag, egentlig er kjøpere. Uten at jeg forteller dere det?

Endret 13.09.2016 15:05 av Akilles
tjuagutt
13.09.2016 16:46
#4329

Kjøper mer på disse nivåene som jeg anser det som gitt bort. Dette er bare et pust i bakken før videre oppgang ;-)
renud
13.09.2016 17:50
#13716

Økte selv, både i går og i dag.
renud
19.09.2016 18:31
#13784

For de som ikke fikk med seg årsaken til dagens oppgang, på høyt volum, et lån på drøye 16,6 MNOK til Keliber fra statlige Tekes (tilsvarende Innovasjon Norge), på mildt sagt meget gode betingelser:

Tekes has granted Keliber Oy a development loan of MEUR 1.8

Tekes - the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation, has granted Keliber Oy a possibility to receive innovation financing as a form of development loan of 1,829,000 EUR. The loan is granted for the development of on-line monitored lithium production chain. In addition to the development of the lithium carbonate process, the target for the financed project is to ensure the optimal use of future by-products. The development work has also an important role in achieving the vision and objectives of company's policy regarding sustainable development. During the project, novel water and tailings management technology will be tested, aiming to more efficient land use and environmental friendly storage methods.

Granted loan may not exceed 70% of total eligible costs approved by Tekes. The interest-rate for the loan is three percentages under the base rate, but at least 1.0 %. The loan period is 10 years, whereof the first 3 years are grace period. The loan will be repaid in annual repayments.

"We are very pleased about the strong support and financing received from Tekes. Granted loan will significantly strengthen the company during the development process of future lithium carbonate production," says CEO of Keliber Oy Mr. Pertti Lamberg. "We also believe that the technological innovations related to the online measurements and process technology, developed during the project, will not only contribute to us, but also improve the business opportunities of our development partners. Project has also positive environmental impacts related to the energy and material efficiency improvements developed during the project activities, "says CEO Mr. Pertti Lamberg.

For more information: CEO Pertti Lamberg +358 40 5991189

Endret 19.09.2016 18:31 av renud
Rally
20.09.2016 11:54
#6258

Det er dumpet 15 mil aksjer i dag i hovedsak fra Pareto og Nordnet.
Er det Skagen som har kvittet seg med resten?
Navn Fullt navn Total verdi Total verdi % Netto volum Int. volum Snitt kjøp Snitt selg Kjøpsverdi Handler Hit % Take %
PAS PARETO SECURITES 9 559k 31,20% -1 833k 426k 0,867 0,919 3 457k 244 14,23% 15,10%
NON NORDNET BANK AB 16M 51,95% -1 779k 3 085k 0,927 0,873 4 526k 411 47,08% 78,38%
renud
20.09.2016 12:44
#13800

Rally
Håper du har rett, men synes dette minner mer om et stunt fra en viss, ikke helt ukjent turbotrader.
Rally
20.09.2016 16:57
#6259

21 mil aksjer omsatt i dag. Det er høyest antall omsatte aksjer så langt jeg kan se (5 år).
renud
20.09.2016 17:25
#13801

Det var da voldsomt som jeg måtte være uening med deg om detaljer i dag da, Rally ;)

Volumet i antall aksjer var høyere 17. april 2015, den dagen sjødeponi-tillatelsen ble børsmeldt, slik at dagens volum var det nest høyeste noensinne:





Endret 20.09.2016 17:27 av renud
Rally
20.09.2016 18:41
#6261

He, he renud. Du har sikkert rett, men her er kurven som Pareto sin WEB viser.Trolig er den midlet over noen dager.


Endret 20.09.2016 18:43 av Rally
Savepig
20.09.2016 21:40
#34

Lukter shenanigans lang vei av det som skjedde i dag....
Rally
21.09.2016 09:49
#6262

Da kan man velge å tute med de uærlige ulvene, eller en kan vente de ut.
rome
21.09.2016 21:52
#2100

Shenanigans???
OldNick
13.10.2016 10:59
#18429

Oppdatering om Engbø-prosjektet fra Nordic Mining i går.

Alt ser normalt ut.

NOM.OAX: Monthly update on the Engebø rutile project

Børsmelding
12.10.2016

On a regular basis, Nordic Mining will give updates of the ongoing Pre-Feasibility Study and other project activities. A separate newsletter in Norwegian will be published in order to inform local and regional stakeholders.

Introduction

Nordic Mining has appointed Hatch for technical advisory services and coordination of the Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) for the Engebø rutile project. We intend on a regular basis to give updates on the ongoing activities through stock market releases and/or interim reports and a local newsletter.

Safety, health and environment

Nordic Mining considers safety, health and environment as paramount for the successful investment and operation of the Engebø rutile project. Consequently, safety, health and environment are high in focus for the project planning and in the PFS.

Comminution and process test work

Various test work activities are ongoing or have been initiated, both in Norway and abroad. Several tonnes of material from Engebø have been shipped to certified laboratories and other facilities for test work. Specific crushing and milling techniques will be tested. On the beneficiation side, the target is to optimise recovery and to demonstrate production of high-quality commercial products. Subsequent to the testing, a process flow definition, equipment specifications and estimations of investment costs and operating costs will be developed. Additional work may be required as a result of the initial testing.

Staged PFS process

The PFS process has two main stages. In stage 1, various production scenarios are outlined and analysed on a comparative basis in a financial context. The purpose is to ensure that the best project size, scope, technical and production solution is selected. In stage 2, the prioritised business case scenario is further described and optimised. An important task will be to address key risks to optimise the value of the project and to secure realistic assumptions for project assessment.

Next update

The next update of project information is expected to be in the third quarter interim report, scheduled to be published 11 November 2016.

For questions please contact:
Managing Director Thomas B. Addison, Nordic Rutile, Tel: +47 9712 1339

Oslo, 12 October 2016
Nordic Mining ASA

Endret 13.10.2016 11:13 av OldNick
OldNick
13.11.2016 22:43
#18537

Nordic Mining kom med Q3-rapport fredag.

Når Nordic Mining lister opp viktige hendelser i Q3, så er ikke det finansielle en del av det. Men, de forsøker å begrense pengebruken så mye som mulig, som vi vet, så cash'en fra siste emisjon kan vare ut PFS'en for Engebø. NOK 61 mill cash gjenstår på balansen.

NOM.OAX: Nordic Mining's interim report per 30 September 2016

Børsmelding
11.11.2016

Important events in Q3-2016 and year-to-date:

Nordic Rutile (100%) - Engebø project


- Increased resource estimates
The revised JORC compliant estimates published in September 2016 show a significant increase of the qualified resources at the Engebø rutile deposit, higher titanium dioxide grades and substantial quantities of garnet. Preliminary estimated operating parameters indicate a reduction of the TiO2 cut-off grade. With a cut-off grade of 2% TiO2 the estimated total resources in the measured and indicated categories are 125 million tonnes at an average grade of 3.53% TiO2. In addition, 255 million tonnes of resource at an average grade of 3.22% TiO2 is estimated in the inferred category indicating a substantial resource potential. The revised resource model will be basis for the pre-feasibility study ("PFS").

- Hatch assigned for coordination of the PFS
The international engineering and consultancy company Hatch has been appointed for technical advisory services and coordination of the Engebø PFS. Hatch is a leading international mining and processing specialist with extensive experience across the mining industry, including titanium feedstock. A detailed work plan has been established for the PFS, and the work is progressing well.

- Comprehensive PFS program on comminution and process test work
Various comminution and process test work activities are ongoing or in preparation. Certain additional work has been agreed as a result of initial tests in order to supplement the data. The work program is still in an early phase. Delays in transport and customs clearance of material to some of the best sites have affected the slot times for certain activities. The purpose of the test work is to optimise recovery of commercial products and secure a cost efficient set up. The updated time schedule for the PFS targets completion in Q2-2017.

- Zoning plan and discharge permit are final
In February 2016, the King in Council dismissed an appeal related to the discharge permit. Consequently, the discharge permit is final and without further possibility for appeal. The zoning plan was final directly following the government's approval in 2015. The EFTA Surveillance Authority ("ESA") has stated in a letter to complainants that the Norwegian authorities' handling of the permitting process is in compliance with European regulations. ESA's final conclusion is awaited.

Keliber (25%) - Lithium project

- Positive lithium market development
The lithium market is developing positively and product prices have increased. The demand for lithium in various applications, in particular related to batteries for electric/hybrid vehicles and energy storage, is expected to grow substantially in the coming years. A tight market balance for battery grade lithium carbonate is expected to continue.

- Definitive feasibility study ("DFS") ongoing
Keliber completed a positive PFS for the lithium project in March 2016. The international engineering and consultancy company Hatch is assigned for the coordination of the DFS which is targeted for completion in Q2 2017. The study work is progressing well.

- Assessment of financing options
Keliber has appointed an advisor for corporate finance services. The purpose is to investigate options and possibly carry out transactions in order to position Keliber strategically and financially for the fast-growing development in the lithium industry.

Endret 13.11.2016 22:43 av OldNick
OldNick
13.11.2016 22:44
#18538

Nordic Quartz (100%) - Kvinnherad project

- Independent quartz resource estimates completed
In February 2016, an independent assessment of the Kvinnherad hydrothermal quartz was completed based on information from the drilling program which was executed in the fall 2015. The Competent Persons have estimated significant quartz-containing mineral resources in the inferred and indicated categories. The quartz content varies in the deposit with a substantial part in the massive zone category (>95% quartz content).

Nordic Ocean Resources (80%) - Seabed minerals

- MarMine exploration sampling completed
In August/September 2016, an exploration cruise was carried out on the Norwegian part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge ("MAR"). Mineral samples were collected on selected locations. Subsequent of the cruise, mineral analysis and preliminary process test work will be executed.

Corporate matters

- Financing in place
In June 2016, Nordic Mining completed a rights issue with gross proceeds of approximately NOK 65.9 million. Based on current estimates, Nordic Mining's existing funding exceeds the costs to complete the Engebø PSF and prioritised other activities with a comfortable margin.

For further information please contact
CFO Lars K. Grøndahl, telephone +47 9016 0941
Oslo, 11 November 2016
Nordic Mining ASA

NOM: Q3-2016 Report (PDF)
renud
14.11.2016 00:15
#14236

- Følgende informasjon fra Q3-16 var en liten nesestyver:
Engebø: "The updated time schedule for the PFS targets completion in Q2-2017."

- Dette derimot, oppfatter jeg som at det ikke "kun" er "titanium dioxide and substantial quantities of garnet" NOM er ute etter, men også andre biprodukter: "The purpose of the test work is to optimise recovery of commercial product>s"

Men det viktigste på dette stadiet, for NOM-aksjonærene, er fremdeles utkommet av dette vedr. Keliber, som muligens kan bidra til å finansiere hele eller mesteparten av DFS Engebø for NOM, og hvor jeg ikke kan se at formuleringene er endret fra tidligere info:
"Keliber - Assessment of financing options"
OldNick
15.11.2016 10:24
#18541

Ser ut som om Q3-rapporten var en salgs-trigger.

Var det forsinkelsen av PFS-rapporten for Engebø?

Nå er snart kursen nede på emisjonsnivået igjen.

Så kom dette "latterlige" forslaget.
Skal de spleise, bør de jo ihvertfall spleise 10:1, slik at de kan komme langt bort ifra pennystock-nivåene.

NOM.OAX: Summons for Extraordinary General Meeting on 5 December 2016

Børsmelding
14.11.2016

An extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders in Nordic Mining ASA will be held at 16:30 (4.30 pm) on Monday 5 December 2016 in the company's office in Vika Atrium, Munkedamsveien 45 (entrance A, 5th floor), N-0250 Oslo, Norway.

The Board of Directors proposes that the general meeting resolves a reverse share split in the ratio 2:1.

The summons for the extraordinary general meeting with the agenda (in Norwegian and English, respectively) is enclosed with this notice. The documents will also be available on the company's webpage www.nordicmining.com.

For questions please contact:
CFO Lars K. Grøndahl, Tel: +47 9016 0941

Oslo, 14 November 2016
Nordic Mining ASA

NOM.OAX: Innkalling til EOG 05.12.2016 (PDF)
tjuagutt
29.11.2016 09:05
#4384

Spleis forslag endret til 6:1
OldNick
30.11.2016 09:20
#18571

NOM ser ut til å ha en solid PFS-plan for Engbø-prosjektet.

NOM.OAX: Update on the Engebø rutile project

Børsmelding
30.11.2016

Activities in connection with the ongoing pre-feasibility study ("PFS") are progressing well. Preliminary plans have been established for open pit and underground mine operations. Comprehensive test work is carried out to optimise recovery of rutile and garnet products from the Engebø deposit. Market information for garnet products indicates a potential for significantly higher garnet sales than previously assumed.

Mine planning

Preliminary plans have been established for the open pit and the underground mine operations. The resources in the measured and indicated categories as published in the JORC compliant report in September 2016 (ref. stock market release 12 September 2016) are the basis for the extraction planning. In addition, the inferred category resources are considered in connection with capacity evaluation and optimisation.

Hatch, the technical coordinator of the PFS has done extensive analyses to determine the size and shape of the open pit, and the pit design can now be finalised.

Assessment of mining methods for the underground operations is ongoing. Together with Hatch, SINTEF Building and Infrastructure is assessing geotechnical information to optimise the extraction rate.

Processing test work

A comprehensive test program has been initiated in collaboration with Hatch's expert team in South Africa to maximize recovery of suitable rutile and garnet products from the Engebø deposit.

Process testwork is carried out at IHC Robbins in Australia. IHC Robbins is a leading consultancy company with core competence in heavy minerals separation (including rutile). Currently, the Engebø test work has high priority at IHC Robbins and wet processing tests (spiral separation and magnetic separation) have been carried out. Further test work will include dry magnetic separation and electrostatic separation.

In addition, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is doing processing tests to produce samples of rutile concentrate.

Comminution tests, i.e. grinding and crushing, are carried out at different vendors and consultants to evaluate suitable equipment and to optimise mineral liberation and operating costs.

Garnet market information

Market studies for rutile and garnet have been initiated in connection with the PFS. So far, preliminary information of the garnet market has been obtained. An update on the rutile market will be given at a later stage. Generally, garnet consumption is closely linked with the general state of the economies. The primary markets for garnet are in waterjet cutting and abrasive blasting with additional market of coarse product in water filtration. There is also a market in abrasion resistant material such as flooring.

In waterjet cutting, garnet is the dominant abrasive used. Previous test work has demonstrated that the Engebø garnet is of high quality, well suited for waterjet cutting applications. For blasting abrasives, garnet competes with several other materials, i.a. various slag, crushed glass and olivine, mainly based on price. In certain applications and for harsh environment, coarse grained garnet is the preferred blasting abrasive, i.a. in the offshore oil and gas industry.

The potential for the Engebø garnet is considered to be more favourable than previously assumed. Therefore, and due to the substantial garnet content of the deposit, Nordic Mining will target a significantly higher sales volume and a wider product specter than indicated at an earlier stage. The new target volume for garnet is at a level of 200,000 tonnes per year, which is a doubling of the previous sales volume assumption.

forts.

Endret 30.11.2016 09:22 av OldNick
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