Grobe Zusammenfassung - Äußerung eines globalen Superzyklus von JP Morgan - Geldfluss länderbezogen für den Kontinent Afrika - Zinnpreis Aktualisierungen und deren Auswirkungen - Wahrscheinlichkeiten für eine mögliche positive Kursangleichung des Aktienpreises
Charles am 19.03.2020 "Ich glaube die Frage nach eurem Depot könnt ihr euch schenken: spätestens im Sommer ist AVZ wegen dem Corona-Virus wirtschaftlich am Boden, das Projekt tot. Was glaubt ihr, was da los ist wenn sich Corona dort so verbreitet wie in Italien?! Hoffe, ihr habt nicht mehr als ein paar hundert Euro da drin, dieses Invest könnt ihr abschreiben. Endgültig."
Und im Februar Erklärtest du EV für tot. Na was denn nun? Treffer Chance liegt also unter 50 %. Ich glaube da tradet sogar ein Stück Kohle besser.
AVZ Minerals drills 173 metres at 1.63% lithium and 1,134ppm tin from Roche Dure pit floor of Manono Project
The assay results come from two of the nine completed diamond drill holes at Roche Dure in previously undrilled areas beneath the historical pit which were inaccessible and underwater during earlier resource drilling programs.
AVZ Minerals Ltd (ASX:AVZ) (OTCMKTS:AZZVF) (FRA:3A2) has received further strong results from mineral resource drilling at Manono Lithium and Tin Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo with 172 metres at 1.63% lithium and 1,134ppm tin returned from the pit floor 'wedge' at Roche Dure.
A nine-hole diamond drilling program for 1,654 metres is complete with sample preparation underway for transportation to Perth as soon as possible.
The strongest result was from hole MO20DD005 and the other hole, MO20DD009, returned 95 metres at 1.52% Li2O & 1,057ppm tin and 22.6 metres at 1.29% Li2O & 1,062ppm tin.
Pegmatite in these two holes was fresh from the pit floor and confirm strong spodumene mineralisation from the top of the holes.
AVZ is hoping to undertake a resource update, pending outstanding data being received, in the first quarter of 2021.
Moving to geological resource model Managing director Nigel Ferguson said: ?These latest drill results from the ?wedge? provide us with further confidence about the thickness and tenor of the mineralised pegmatite on the Roche Dure pit floor.
?We have now completed our targeted drill program of the pit floor ?wedge? with logging of all holes demonstrating thicknesses of pegmatite consistent with our current geological model.
?We look forward to reporting the assay results from our final three drill holes and moving on to revisit our current geological resource model.
?Our mine study will then be updated and our mining optimisation study refreshed using new data from multiple studies that have been completed since our original definitive feasibility study (DFS) published last year.?
Feasibility study expected late 2021 The potential benefits from confirmation of the wedge pit floor material as indicated resources under the JORC code will possibly include:
Increased indicated resources available for conversion to probable mineable reserves; Potential increase in the discounted cashflow as the previously assigned waste becomes mineable ore; A potential reduction in payback period; A potential reduction in the ore:waste strip ratio; An increased mine life with lower operating costs; An increased open pit volume; and An increased life-of-mine. AVZ will collate the data and re-run the models to calculate both geological resources and then mineable reserves to be fed into the optimised feasibility study expected later this year.
AVZ Minerals? resource drill out continues to impress with broad drill intersections of pegmatite from the Roche Dure pit floor at the massive Manono lithium and tin project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that the company says is predicted to spit out an incredible US$400 million a year in average EBITDA, should it proceed to development.
The eye-catching EBITDA in last year?s definitive feasibility study on Manono was calculated based on 100 per cent ownership of the asset. AVZ currently holds 60 per cent of the project and has an option to move to a 75 per cent interest.
Notable new intersections from the round of mineral resource diamond drilling at the Roche Dure pit floor included 173m going 1.63 per cent lithium oxide and 1,134 parts per million tin from surface and 95m at 1.52 per cent lithium oxide and 1,057ppm tin, also from surface.
The latest drill hits came from previously undrilled areas beneath the historical open pit.
AVZ says pegmatitic rock that was historically mined as tin-bearing feedstock occurs in the pit floor as a ?wedge?. The previously undrilled areas had been classified as waste material, that is until now.
Pegmatites in both holes in the pit floor wedge show strong spodumene mineralisation from the top of the holes, according to AVZ.
The new results follow hot on the heels of a recent spectacular 203m intersection from the pit floor wedge that went an average grade of 1.59 per cent lithium oxide and 1,014ppm tin from surface.
We have now completed our targeted drill program of the pit floor ?wedge? with logging of all holes demonstrating thicknesses of pegmatite consistent with our current geological model. We look forward to ? moving on to revisit our current geological resource model.
Our mine study will then be updated, and our mining optimisation study refreshed using new data from multiple studies that have been completed since our original definitive feasibility study (DFS) published last year.
The Roche Dure deposit at the Manono project hosts potentially one of the world?s largest open-pittable lithium-rich pegmatite resources.
AVZ?s latest published indicated, measured and inferred resource estimate for Roche Dure stands at 400 million tonnes of ore at an average grade of 1.65 per cent lithium oxide. The ASX-listed lithium hopeful hopes to deliver a revised mineral resource estimate in the current quarter.
Its delineation of thick zones of lithium mineralisation below the existing pit floor, together with a resurgent lithium market, may turbocharge AVZ?s financial, resource and mineable ore numbers ? not to mention its strip ratios.
An initial life of mine forecast for Manono of 20 years assumes proved and probable ore reserves of 93 million tonnes at 1.58 per cent lithium oxide for the production of up to 700,000 tonnes per annum of lithium spodumene grading approximately 6.1 per cent.
: AVZ Minerals (ASX:AVZ) delivers further drill
AVZ Minerals (ASX:AVZ) delivers further drill results from Manono
AVZ Minerals (AVZ) has received assay results from another two holes completed as a part of resource drilling below the historical pit at Roche Dure The site is within the company's Manono Lithium and Tin Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo Both of the holes encountered pegmatite from the pit floor and confirmed strong spodumene mineralisation from the top of the holes Samples are being prepared to be sent to Perth for analysis and the results will contribute to a mineral resource update Shares last traded at 20.5 cents
AVZ Minerals (AVZ) has received assay results from another two holes completed as a part of resource drilling below the historical pit at Roche Dure.
The site is within the company's Manono Lithium and Tin Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Both of the holes encountered pegmatite from the pit floor and confirmed strong spodumene mineralisation from the top of the holes.
Hole MO20DD005 intersected 173 metres at 1.63 per cent lithium dioxide at 1134 parts per million (ppm) tin, while hole MO20DD009 hit 95 metres at 1.52 per cent lithium dioxide and 1057ppm tin.
"These latest two drill results from the ?wedge? provide us with further confidence about the thickness and tenor of the mineralised pegmatite on the Roche Dure pit floor," said Managing Director Nigel Ferguson.
"We have now completed our targeted drill program of the pit floor ?wedge? with logging of all holes demonstrating thicknesses of pegmatite consistent with our current geological model."
Samples from the program are being prepared to be sent to Perth for analysis. The data from testing will contribute to a mineral resource update.
"Our mine study will then be updated and our mining optimisation study refreshed using new data from multiple studies that have been completed since our original Definitive Feasibility Study published last year," said the Managing Director.
AVZ reported results from the first four holes from the nine-hole program completed earlier this month.
Toronto, Ontario ? TheNewswire - February 18, 2021 ? Tantalex Resources Corporation (CSE:TTX) (CNSX:TTX.CN) (?Tantalex? or the ?Corporation?), is pleased to announce that it has entered into a non-binding MOU Agreement with Ximei Resources (Hong Kong) Limited (?Ximei?) to enter into a cooperation model for establishing a Tantalum refining plant in the Manono region, Tanganyika, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (?DRC?).
The Manono area is endowed with cassiterite and coltan which are the primary minerals for for the production of tin and tantalum, respectively. A tantalum refining plant (the ?Plant?) would create added value for the Great Lakes region, the communities and the DRC. Such a Plant would be the first on the African continent.
The terms of the cooperation between Tantalex and Ximei are based on the following premises:
Tantalex will conduct a feasibility study to establish the Plant (the ?Study?).
Ximei will provide technical expertise in process and plant design as well as technical support with regards to requirement for the Plant,
Upon favorable outcome of the Study, Ximei and Tantalex will engage in commercial and investment decisions whereby Tantalex will be responsible to provide the tantalum concentrates and Ximei will obtain up to fifty percent (50%) of its manufactured product, the whole in accordance with an offtake agreement to be negotiated between Ximei and Tantalex in due time.
Each of Tantalex and Ximei shall have a period of ninety (90) days from the signature of this MOU (the ?Due Diligence Period?) to complete its due diligence review of any such matters that each, Tantalex and Ximei may deem appropriate.
ABOUT XIMEI RESOURCES HONG KONG
Ximei was established in 2006 and is a leading producer of tantalum- and niobium-based metallurgical products in China, with a production volume largely exceeding its competitors. They have developed industry-leading manufacturing process that is difficult to replicate in terms of production efficiency and cost advantages. Their products mainly include pentoxide, comprising tantalum pentoxide and niobium pentoxide (both in Industrial Grade and High Purity Grade), and potassium heptafluorotantalate. Tantalum pentoxide and niobium pentoxide are versatile metallurgical products widely used in the manufacturing processes across the special alloys, chemical, electronic ceramics, aeronautics, aerospace, high-end electronics, national defense and carbides industries.
Eric Allard, President and CEO commented: ??As we are working diligently to finalize the lpreparations for commencing drilling on our majority owned Manono-Kitotolo lithium tailings project, we are also investigating a multitude of opportunities to expand our portfolio and near-term revenue stream. Manono is now well known for its massive lithium hard rock resource but it is also very rich with cassiterite and coltan. Through our strategic partnership with Ximei and private investment from AfriMet Resources, Tantalex has acquired unmatched technical expertise to develop the Manono project effectively and sustainably. We remain committed to exploiting our assets in a sustainable and ethical manner which will provide local communities with improved working and living conditions.??
TANTALEX SIGNS BINDING LOI FOR A NIOBIUM & TANTALUM PROSPECT IN QUEBEC
Tantalex would also like to announce it has signed a binding Letter of intent (?LOI?) with a prospector for an option to earn up to one hundred percent (100%) of the Niotaz Properties which holds eleven (11) claims in the Lac St-Jean region, province of Quebec, Canada. These claims are contiguous to the well-known Crevier property, held by Niobay Metals Inc, which has measured and indicated resources of 25.4M tons of Nb2O5 grading 0,2% and Ta2O5 grading 234 ppm. (NI 43-101 Resources update on Crevier Property, Claude Duplessis, SGS Geostat, July 2010).
The Niotaz showing was only discovered on the claims of Bernard Sénéchal, a prospector, in 2009, when several samples returned anomalous values, including 2,050 ppm Nb and 469 ppm Ta in a grab sample. This showing was resampled in 2012 and returned 1,890 ppm Nb and 508 ppm Ta in a grab sample.
Under the terms of this LOI, Tantalex will pay five thousand dollars ($5,000 CAD) to the prospector on signing of the LOI. Upon completion of Phase 1 of the work program to be completed by prospector on the NioTaz Properties for a minimum amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000 CAD) worth of explorations expenditures to be spent on or before September 30th, 2021, Tantalex shall be entitled to earn fifty percent (50%) of the NioTaz Properties in exchange for the issuance by Tantalex of one million (1,000,000) common shares in the share capital of Tantalex in favor of the prospector.
Tantalex has also reserved the right to acquire the remaining fifty percent (50%) of the NioTaz Properties (the ?Option?) following the completion of Phase 1 in exchange: (1) Tantalex will issue one million (1,000,000) common shares in the share capital of Tantalex in favor of the prospector; (2) Tantalex will spend an additional five hundred thousand dollars in exploration expenditures on the NioTaz Properties within twelve (12) months of the of Tantalex exercising its Option; (3) the prospector shall receive a one and a half percent (1.5%) Net Smelter Royalty (?NSR?) on the NioTaz Properties, being agreed that it could be repurchased by Tantalex for an amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) at anytime after start of production.
The content of this press release has been reviewed and approved by Eric Allard, P.Eng, CEO of Tantalex Resources and a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101.
The information in this news release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Because of these risks and uncertainties and as a result of a variety of factors, the actual results, expectations, achievements or performance may differ materially from those anticipated and indicated by these forward looking statements. Although TANTALEX believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurances that the expectations of any forward looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, TANTALEX disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.
The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) has not reviewed this news release and does not accept responsibility for its adequacy or accuracy.
For more information, please contact:
Eric Allard President & CEO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tantalex.ca Tel.: 1-581-996-3007
Alle Börsen außer die ASX sind bei dieser Aktie fast immer überteuerte Wechselbuden. Ihnen mangelt es schlicht am Volumen um einen Preis zuverlässig darzustellen, und sichern ihr Risiko mit Mond-Spreads ab die man eigentlich bei Hebelprodukten sieht. Würd sich mit steigendem Wert ändern. Schön wäre ja eine tokenisierung des Aktienhandels, wer wird in 10 Jahren noch verstehen wieso ein weitgehend automatisiertes System, Öffnungszeiten hat und in vielen Branchen Wochenende und Feierabend nur unter Bereitschaft dulden, aber anderes Thema. Muss man sich ausrechnen, ab welchen Betrag man in Australien handelt. Wenn ich das noch richtig im Kopf habe, waren das in meinem Fall ca. 100 bis 150 Euro zusammen gewesen für An-und Verkauf bei der DKB, hatte sich zum damaligen Spread schon/erst ab 1500 Euro gerechnet.
Liegen die, wenn mich nicht alles täuscht bei 10eur für alle inländischen Börsen. 30 Eur Dienstleistungskosten und 25 Eur Fremdwährungskosten, dass ist natürlich von den Kosten her noch wie in den Nuller Jahren beim Traden über die Dorfbank. Hab noch ein Depot bei OnVista, da sind die Kosten dann natürlich viel geringer. Wenn ich ehrlich bin muss ich sagen, dass man die meisten Aktien als auch Kryptowährungen einfach nur halten muss. Die größte Geld Vernichtung in meinen Fall ist Ungeduld, da kann ich getrost auch ein bisschen mehr bezahlen, verlockt mich nicht zum Verkauf. Ich denke wer an der Börse aktiv ist wird schon so manche hätte/würde Situationen erlebt haben, ähnlich wie Mercedes mit Tesla-Anteilen, dass bietet vielleicht seinen Reiz.
: AVZ awards FEED study to Mincore to progress
AVZ awards FEED study to Mincore to progress Manono Lithium and Tin Project
Key Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study deliverables will: ? Lock down the process flow sheet ? Confirm all bulk material quantities to verify pricing ? Confirm selected equipment pricing ? Finalise the execution schedule ? Provide ?Issued for Construction? early works drawings ? Take 12 weeks to complete
: Mincore to undertake FEED study for AVZ Minerals
Mincore to undertake FEED study for AVZ Minerals to confirm Manono design
Print AVZ Minerals (ASX: AVZ) has secured Melbourne-based engineering firm Mincore Pty Ltd to undertake a 12-week front end engineering and design (FEED) study for the Manono lithium and tin project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The study aims to confirm previously outlined operational scenarios including locking-down the proposed process flowsheet and verifying all bulk material quantities and pricing.
It is expected the study will also validate the selected equipment pricing, finalise the execution schedule and provide ?issued for construction? early works drawings.
As part of the contract, Mincore has agreed to accept part payment in AVZ shares. The shares will be issued at the last previous closing price on the day of the final invoice.
AVZ managing director Nigel Ferguson said progressing the design of Manono at this time was ?standard practice?.
He said it has the ?benefit? of bringing the technical design parameters to finality and de-risking the estimated schedule, and proposed capital and operating costs.
?It will also save significant time moving forward, as the results of the FEED study will be delivered to the successful company that is awarded the process plant EPC contract.?
AVZ has also shorted-listed Mincore to execute the main process plant EPC contract for Manono.
Advancing Manono As AVZ advances Manono towards development, the company is anticipating final permits and environmental approvals before the end of June this year.
Manono hosts the world?s largest hard rock spodumene resource of 400 million tonnes at 1.65% lithium and proved and probable reserves of 93Mt at 1.58% lithium.
AVZ is looking to develop a 20-year operation with a throughput rate of 4.5Mt per annum. However, the company noted there was potential to ?significantly extend? the mine life.
Initial spodumene output of 700,000tpa is anticipated, with AVZ looking at processing this to generate 46,000tpa of primary lithium sulphate for the battery sector.
Additional credits for by-products tin, tantalum and niobium have been identified.
AVZ plans to make a final investment decision to develop Manono during the June quarter.