ich warte eigentlich schon seit Monaten, auf einen vernünftigen Einstiegskurs und nach dem kleinen Börsencrash war der Zeitpunkt gestern ideal. also bin dabei ;-) sehr gute Bude und sind nicht weit von Produktion entfernt und das zu diesem aktuellen Preis.. ein Schnäpchen.
@schnorps01 - hab deine Beiträge und Infos alle gelesen. finde ich super. mach weiter so. und dass du einen 100% Gewinn realisiert hast, bevor das Ding hier wieder abgeschmiert ist, da kann ich dir nur gratulieren. man muss mal auch Gewinne realisieren, sonst wären sie, wie in diesem Fall, auch schon wieder weg gewesen. ;-)
Pilotanlage bei Sayona läuft Batch- und Locked-Cycle-Phase des Pilotanlagenprogramms für das Authier Lithium Projekt -Pilotanlage läuft bis Ende April -6% Konzentratgehalt bei einer Rückgewinnung von 80%. -DFS wird dann im 2.Q abgeschlossen -Ressource des Projekts wurde bereits auf 209.476 Tonnen enthaltenes Lithiumoxid erhöht
..... The project already has an impressive pre-feasibility study featuring a pre-tax valuation of $227 million for a start-up capital expenditure of $65 million.:look:
For a rough approximation of Sayona's market cap 18 months from now, divide Altura's market cap by 2, which is a 4.5x gain from current levels. After a year of production, I expect Sayona to improve to 8-10x gain from current levels. :-)
11 JULY 2018 DRILLING PLANNED TO TEST LITHIUM PEGMATITES AT MALLINA AND TABBA TABBA Highlights ? Permitting complete and government co-funding awarded for RC drilling the Mallina Area C prospect and other spodumene pegmatites ? Geochemistry extends new Area C target to over 1,400m strike length coincident with high-grade spodumene rock samples from surface ? Tabba Tabba project advanced to drill ready status with three pegmatite targets defined and drill approvals in place Sayona Mining Limited (ASX: SYA) ("Sayona" or the "Company") is pleased to report an exploration update at its 1,818km2 project area in the Pilgangoora district of Western Australia. Permitting at Mallina is now complete and a 20 hole, 2,500m RC drilling programme is planned to commence in August. The programme is designed to test the 1,400m strike extent of the Area C prospect and other spodumene pegmatites, where rock chip sampling has returned spodumene mineralisation up to 4.6% Li2O. The Mallina project, located in the world-class Pilgangoora lithium district of Western Australia, now includes multiple areas of spodumene bearing pegmatites within a 20 km2 zone (see Figure 1). Government permitting and approvals have been granted and the project has been successfully awarded a co-funded Government grant. The incentive scheme grant, funded by the Government of Western Australia, allows a 50% rebate on direct drilling costs, up to a maximum of $150,000. Exploration within the Pilbara lithium project is focused on the Mallina, Tabba Tabba and Moolyella projects (see figure 2). Each of these areas has high prospectivity and hosts newly discovered fractionated LCT lithium prospective pegmatite systems. First pass drilling is also planned at Tabba Tabba, where statutory approval to test three pegmatite targets has been completed. Additional exploration over the project is being expedited following the discovery of spodumene pegmatite in adjacent tenure. Dan O?Neill, Managing Director, commented ?The Company is encouraged by the strong lithium mineralisation at the Area C prospect and having been awarded a grant of drill co-funding, providing confirmation of the high caliber of the targets at Mallina. Western Australia is a world-class province for the discovery of spodumene pegmatites with excellent infrastructure and in close proximity to the Chinese converter markets. The drilling program is consistent with the Company?s strategy to realise value from its large portfolio of lithium prospects in Western Australia?.
15 NOVEMBER 2018 AUTHIER PERMITTING PROCESS ON TRACK FOR 2019 Highlights ? Authier Lithium Project designed to access most rapid permitting route under Section 22 of Quebec Environmental Quality Act, with permits targeted for Q3 2019 ? No major environmental issues identified by environmental report and hydrogeological study ? Project has unanimous support of municipal council of La Motte ? Experienced mining industry communications/external relations specialist Alexis Segal driving permitting process as recently appointed Sayona Quebec Vice President, Corporate Affairs Emerging lithium miner Sayona Mining Limited (ASX: SYA) announced today its confidence in the approvals process for its flagship Authier Lithium Project, with the company targeting the necessary permits by September 2019. Highly experienced mining industry communications and external relations specialist, Alexis Segal, was recently appointed as Sayona Quebec Vice President, Corporate Affairs with responsibility for successfully concluding the permitting process (refer ASX announcement 25 September 2018). The Authier project was designed to access the permitting route under Section 22 of the Quebec Environmental Quality Act. This requires the project to remain under a maximum production threshold of 2,000 tonnes per day (tpd). Under this pathway, which includes environmental studies, public consultation is undertaken by the proponent in accordance with Mining Act specifications. Following recent consultations with stakeholders in Quebec, Sayona has reaffirmed that the project does not have any major environmental issue, as demonstrated in the Environmental Assessment Study (EAS) delivered in May 2018 and the hydrogeological study. The project has also received unanimous support from the municipal council of La Motte, where it is located. Sayona has also completed a public consultation based on the Mining Act, which contained recommendations for project improvements. A number of these measures will be adopted to further enhance the project. ?As demonstrated by our recent definitive feasibility study (DFS) (refer ASX announcement 24 September 2018), the Authier project has the potential to become a profitable and sustainable new lithium mine, delivering new jobs, investment and other economic benefits to local stakeholders,? said Sayona?s Managing Director, Dan O?Neill. .....