Passport Potash sehr Interessant.

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384 Postings, 3980 Tage phileoPassport Potash sehr Interessant.

Passport Potash verfügt über ein sehr interessantes Projekt in Arizona.
Im Holbrook Becken sollen laut AZGS 6 Millionen bis 2 Milliarden Tonnen Potasche abgelagert sein.
In den 60igern und 70igern wurde hier schon Potasche gefunden doch aufgrund der damaligen geringen Kali Preise wurde das Ganze nicht weiter verfolgt.
Heute ist der Kali Preis um fast 500% gestiegen was dieses Becken und den Kalifund wieder attraktiv macht.
Passport Potash hat angefangen Bohrungen und Seismische Untersuchungen zu machen um einen offiziellen Fund bekannt zu geben in der vorgeschriebenen Form eines NI 43-101.
Der Bericht wird in den nächsten Wochen erwartet.
Im Vergleich zu anderen Potash Explorern ist Passport Potash noch recht Unterbewertet.

Börsenwert der Potash Explorer im Vergleich:
Allana Potash ca 280 mio $
Western Potash ca 220 mio $
IC Potash 180 mio $
Encanto Potash ca 140 mio $
Passport Potash ca. 80 mio $

Meiner Meinung nach ist mit einem positiven Bericht zu rechnen.
Risiken sind natürlich vorhanden wie bei jedem Explorer.

Quellen: http://www.azgs.az.gov/minerals_potash.shtml
http://www.miningtopnews.com/...uires-potash-property-in-arizona.html
http://www.passportpotash.com  

24.02.11 14:39

384 Postings, 3980 Tage phileoKorrektur vorbei?

Hab nochmal nachgelegt zu den Preisen.
2 $ sind hier bestimmt bald drin.

http://tmx.quotemedia.com/quote.php?qm_symbol=PPI  

09.05.11 12:20

526 Postings, 3890 Tage BloddyMaryDie Ressourcenkalkulation....

wird bald abgeschlossen sein. Ich denke auch dass hier noch viel Potential steckt.

PPI scheint mir noch weit unter dem Radar zu laufen.
Ich bin auf den NI 43-101 Report gespannt.

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...pletion-of-four-core-holes-256.htm

Laut stockhouse.com gibt es hier einige Großinvestoren die eingekauft sind.

Der Explorer wird auf jeden Fall heiß diskutiert.

Im Vergleich zu Allana Potash mit geschätzen Ressourcen von 500-1000MT steht Passport um ein vielfaches besser da. Die Ressourcenschätzung liegt bei 2,5Millarden Tonnen.

http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na/9478

Allana Potash wird mit 2.50$ gehandelt....

wo kann dann nur PPI landen?

 

 

 

09.05.11 12:26

526 Postings, 3890 Tage BloddyMaryAnalystenmeinungen zu PPI

16.05.11 15:37

80 Postings, 4554 Tage NeuprotonAber für den NI 43-101 Report

ist doch nirgendwo ein Zeitraum für die Veröffentlichung genannt worden. Oder habe ich etwas überlesen???  

21.07.11 09:14

526 Postings, 3890 Tage BloddyMary+25,00%

gestern machte die Aktie in Kanada einen Sprung von 25,00%....

Aufgrund diverser Artikel welche mit untern PPI als den größten zukünftigen Pottasche Explorer der USA sehen.

Die neue Verpflichtung von Eckersley in die Führungsebene von PPI, lässt darauf hoffen/schließen dass PPI im Gegensatz zur Konkurrenz hauptsächlich Indien versorgen wird, welches einen imensen Bedarf an Pottasche hat, welcher auch zukünfitg steigen wird.

Die komfortable Position zwischen Hauptlieferant für USA oder/und Indien und die Weltklasse Ressourcen Schätzung, lassen viel Raum für Kursfantasien, welche sich im aktuellen Kurs widerspiegeln.

Man darf gespannt sein wie es sich entwickelt und welche Ergebnisse der in kürze erscheinende NI-4301 Report zeigen wird.

 

08.08.11 20:39

80 Postings, 4554 Tage NeuprotonWahnsinn....

08.08.11 20:47

45 Postings, 4291 Tage FCB2009ich glaub da fehlt ne 0 hinter dem komma

schade eigentlich  

09.08.11 09:22

526 Postings, 3890 Tage BloddyMarynaja....

da heisst es Ruhe bewahren.... und wenn man noch nen Euro übrig hat in der Konsoldierung nachkaufen.... und den EK drücken....

 

11.08.11 20:16

80 Postings, 4554 Tage NeuprotonWas ist das ? Übernahmeangebot ???

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire -08/11/11)- Passport Potash Inc. (TSX-V: PPI.V - News) (the "Company") announces it has scheduled its annual and special general meeting for August 25, 2011.

At the meeting, the Company is seeking shareholder approval for a shareholder rights plan (the "Rights Plan"). The Board has proposed the adoption of the Rights Plan between the Company and Computershare Trust Company of Canada ("Computershare Trust"), as Rights Agent. The Board's objective in adopting the Rights Plan is to ensure the fair treatment of shareholders in connection with any take-over bid for the Company's common shares. The Rights Plan was not adopted in response to any proposal to acquire control of the Company.

The adoption of the Rights Plan is subject to both the acceptance of the regulatory authorities and shareholder approval. The Company is seeking shareholder approval at its general and special meeting to be held on August 25, 2011. The Company will provide further information in a subsequent news release after the Annual General Meeting.

On behalf of the Board of Directors  

16.08.11 12:23

80 Postings, 4554 Tage Neuproton..interessante News - Report im September erwartet

Vollständiger link:            http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/co/3417


Expert Analysis
The Energy Report Interview with Richard Kelertas (8/11/11) "Passport Potash is coming out with its NI 43-101 in September, so that will be the first catalyst. . .it is located right smack dab in the middle of Arizona with all the infrastructure in place?road, rail, power and water; it has everything there. There are no environmental issues to deal with and all state, federal and local governments, including the Native American community, are on the company's side. They all want this thing to be developed. The area is economically depressed and this project will employ 300?400 full- and part-time workers. So the catalyst here is the NI 43-101, that is number one. Number two is that the deposit could be big. . .A large oil company just to the south of Passport Potash's concessions is looking to diversify its product mix. So it is quite possible that we could see Passport Potash have a suitor or two come calling."  

06.04.12 13:07

6757 Postings, 6386 Tage alpenlandendlich positiver Bericht

PPI

 

By Teri Walker –

Passport  Potash Inc. officials have received the long-awaited estimate of the  potash resources lying beneath the company’s land holdings in the  Holbrook Basin, and are pleased with the report’s findings.

German  consulting and engineering firm ERCOSPLAN Ingenieurgesellschaft  Geotechnik und Bergbau mbH, specialists in the potash and salt industry,  unveiled Passport’s NI 43101 compliant mineral resource estimate on  Monday, and said it believes Passport’s property contains sufficient  mineral resources to justify further investment in the mining project,  starting work on a pre-feasibility study to identify the best mining  method, verifying the economic feasibility of the project, and to  eventually transform the designation of the potash resources from  “indicated and measured resources” to “reserves” suitable for mining.

ERCOSPLAN  estimates Passport has 125.6 million tonnes of indicated mineralized  material (ore mass) with an average potassium chloride (KCl) grade of  14.29 percent (equivalent to an indicated resource of 17.96 million  tonnes of KCl) and 587.8 million tonnes of inferred mineralized material  with an average KCl grade of 12.2 percent (equivalent to an inferred  resource of 71.71 million tonnes of KCl.)

Passport  President and CEO Joshua Bleak points out that these results were  derived from only 40 percent of Passport’s land holdings, and he expects  the numbers to increase as exploration drilling continues across the  company’s remaining holdings.

 

Bleak  said the results of ERCOSPLAN’s report bode well for his company’s  plans to develop a potash mine in the Holbrook Basin, indicating there  is plenty of potash, available in favorable conditions, to satisfy  investors in a future mining operation.

Foremost  among those favorable conditions, Bleak says, is the relatively shallow  depths of Passport’s potash deposits. Bleak says a significant amount  of Passport’s potash deposits are found at about 1,000 feet beneath the  surface. Considering the bulk of the U.S. potash supply is found at  depths greater than 6,000 feet, according to the U.S. Geological Survey,  the costs of bringing Passport’s potash to the surface would be  significantly less than in other U.S. deposits, as well as those in  major potash producing countries such as Canada and Russia where  deposits are deep, based on time and cost to haul the mineral from  beneath the surface alone.

 

The  favorable depth is found across the basin, with potash layers averaging  1,200 to 1,300 feet beneath the surface in the area, according to the  Arizona Geological Survey.

Other  favorable conditions are the existing transportation and utility  infrastructure–rail, roads, power, interstate and relative proximity to  shipping ports–which reduces mine developer capital investment by  hundreds of millions of dollars.

 

To  date, as Bleak pointed out, his company has only explored about 40  percent of its land holdings. Passport is continuing to drill  exploratory wells to gain a more precise estimate of the potash present  beneath the company’s land holdings. As of March 29, the company had  completed 33 drill holes, began drilling its 34th hole and was prepping  eight more holes for core extraction. Bleak says the company has spent  close to $5 million just in drilling operations.

 

As  the company continues with drilling, Bleak said he is also focused on  firming up all of the company’s land and mineral agreements. Passport is  in talks with the Hopi Tribe and the state about tracts of tribal and  state land intermingled with Passport’s current holdings. The company is  still exploring options related to the Fitzgerald Ranch property. In  recent months, Bleak’s company opted out of a letter of intent to  purchase a portion of HNZ Potash’s operation, although Bleak doesn’t see  any decisions related to available land in the basin as final.

For  now, Bleak wants to concentrate on better developing the resource  picture so the company can transition quickly to feasibility and  economic assessment activities, then, hopefully, on to mine planning.

 

Based  on what ERCOSPLAN has reported to date, along with existing reports  about the Holbrook Basin potash picture, Bleak thinks his company is  well positioned to attract investors for a mine.

 

Bleak  said each of the companies working in the Holbrook Basin, which include  American West Potash, based in Denver, Colo., and HNZ Legacy, a  subsidiary of Hunt Oil of Texas and NZ Legacy of Arizona, in addition to  Passport, face the similar dilemma of convincing investors and the  potash industry that Arizona has potash.

The  U.S. itself isn’t a major potash producer, relying on imports to meet  the majority of its potash demand. Until recently, Arizona simply didn’t  register on the potash radar. Slowly, the state is gaining some name  recognition in the international potash conversation.

“ERCOSPLAN  carries a lot of weight–they work with all the major producing potash  companies and the top juniors. So, what they say about a project or an  area carries a lot of weight.

 

"The  further we develop this basin, the more reports that come out on these  projects, the more attention it’s going to bring to the basin. Each of  these favorable reports, whether they come from Hunt or American West or  Passport Potash, bring credibility to our basin and have a benefit  basin wide,” said Bleak.

 

Speaking  of his company’s plans, should future studies and drill results  continue to be favorable, Bleak said, “We really want to be here. Our  desire is to be here and to make this project work, to be a part of the  community.”

 

http://www.azjournal.com/2012/04/04/resource-estimate-pleases-passport-officials/

 

11.07.12 09:01

4186 Postings, 3438 Tage carpe_diemQ&A with Passport Potash Chairman David Salisbury

Die infrastrukturellen Anbindungen sind bei der Entwicklung von sämtlichen Rohstoffprojekten sehr bedeutend. Dies trifft ebenfalls auf die potentiellen kapitalintensiven Kaliminen zu, deren gewöhnlich hohe CAPEX (& spätere OPEX) maßgeblich auf die Infrastrukturbegebenheiten zurück zu führen ist..

Potash project has the infrastructure for rapid development

Q&A with Passport Potash Chairman David Salisbury

Mr. Salisbury, you recently came out of retirement to work with Passport Potash. What makes this project so intriguing to you?

Passport Potash (TSX: V.PPI, Stock Forum) presents an exciting opportunity to bring a substantial and undeveloped potash deposit into production. The potash deposit in the Holbrook Basin represents the shallowest deposit in North America in the State of Arizona, where mining is welcomed and encouraged. The project also boasts an in place infrastructure that is unequalled by any project in the world, allowing rapid development and access to domestic and international markets..

http://www.stockhouse.com/Community-News/2012/...ructure-for-rapid-de

 

 

26.04.13 16:02

26553 Postings, 4959 Tage brunnetaNews 25.04.2013

Passport Potash Announces Completion of First Phase of Drilling on Hopi Property

http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/stories/v.ppi/8813628
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11.05.13 09:10

26553 Postings, 4959 Tage brunnetaRessourcenschätzung

http://www.wallstreet-online.de/nachricht/...lung-passport-potash-inc
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13.06.13 09:17

26553 Postings, 4959 Tage brunnetaAnnounces Hiring of Chief Operating Officer

http://www.passportpotash.com/news-2012/...perating-officer.html#SPNL
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30.07.13 22:26
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1724 Postings, 4196 Tage Arriba1Potash Titel brechen ein

Verluste aller  Potash Titel sind auf ganzer Linie zu verzeichnen.

Nach der Veröffentlichung von Uralkali

http://www.ariva.de/news/kolumnen/...es-Roulette-am-Kalimarkt-4732661

gehen die Kurse international gen Süden.

K+s  -20 , Potash Corp -16%  usw.  

Bei  einer  derart  übertriebenen Reaktion der Anleger kann ich mir eine Kurserholung  in den nächsten Zeiten bei  kostenorientierten Minen /Explorern  durchaus vorstellen.

Denn gar so schlimm wirds nicht nicht kommen, der Kali Markt wird deshalb nicht total zusammenbrechen.

mfg
Arriba1







 

05.11.14 08:12

26553 Postings, 4959 Tage brunnetaNew Share Option Plan

http://www.ad-hoc-news.de/...option-and-adopts-new--/de/News/39956070
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05.11.14 08:46

1891 Postings, 2466 Tage m-t89Passport to Heaven !

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