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Sirius Minerals Share Chat (SXX)



Share Price: 20.00Bid: 19.86Ask: 19.95Change: 0.20 (+1.01%)Riser - Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.09Spread as %: 0.45%Open: 19.70High: 20.06Low: 19.70Yesterday’s Close: 19.80


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bottom_feeder
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 18:32
Prevost,

Why are you spending time investing?

It seems to me that you are part of some "End of the World" sect/cult, or something similar. You really shouldn't worry about natural disasters; human life is short enough as it is, to be concerned with such issues.

P.S. If you're concerned of Meteorite strikes etc..... then I can do you a good price on a "Fallout Shelter" that may be available in 20-30 years time. It's 1.5km down with a long escape tunnel to the coast :-)
 
Superleggera
Posts: 3,580
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: RE: SL
Today 18:27
Prevost
your "Again, I am reluctant to offer investment advice but isn't it a bit late for that ??"

Your helpfulness knows no bounds, but damn it man, couldn't you have warned me earlier ffs.

Prost
SL
Prevost
Posts: 348
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 18:25
bottom_feeder

"Prevost - Pathetic!

Its clear that you are a Basher and Egotist. If you can't reply properly with decent information then stop responding."

You misunderstand. You state in your earlier post :

"What is SXX going to do to mitigate potential future cave-ins etc? Are they going to 'back-fill' the cavins as they remove the mineral or are they going to flood it?

My main concern is that of future potential Sinkhole issues that seem to be becoming more and more prevalent"

In an attempt to allay your concerns I spent quite a while researching the danger of causing sinkholes associated with excavations 1.5 Kilometres deep.

When I could not find any it set me thinking about the other worrying possibilities of a physical disaster to the project.

With the close proximity of the mine to the sea, a whole new horrifying possibility presents itself :

www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNtsVP42bOE

Hope this helps !!
PhilBanks
Posts: 50
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
Look North Coverage
Today 18:23
Perhaps already been mentioned, but it looks like there will be a segment about SM on Look North on BBC1 starting in 10 mins.
ihavenoclue
Posts: 4,649
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 18:21
Jessell spewing the bile on several threads today then. Stay classy :)
TonyBaby
Posts: 1,472
Opinion:Hold
Price:20.00
BBC LOOK NORTH..
Today 18:21
about to show arrival, looking good...
jessell
Posts: 534
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 18:17
Myosotis- you have all the class of danny dyer.try removing yourself from your own gilipolas!.
Paaa- thankyou for the polite,intelligent reply..
John2015
Posts: 3,292
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: What numpty sold
Today 18:10
Apologies magstar my bad - have you ever played blackjack in a casino ?
I ask because calling a card when you should leave the house to take it (and go bust) generates a similar response from others at the table.
I learned the hard way many years ago. No excuse for my bad manners though.
Milothe3rd
Posts: 399
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: RE: SL
Today 17:47
If I read the history here correctly, the returns for the past 10 years in SXX shares are a stellar return compared to Cuadrilla.
I guess someone sold SXX in August and avoided 40% drop, to get a double that elsewhere ...
Well, this is a good one,
M
Golfer70
Posts: 119
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: What numpty sold
Today 17:44
I also sold a reasonable chunk this morning at (I think) about 19.85, but with the best of intentions, because normally every time I sell a few the price goes up!
Magstar
Posts: 17
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: What numpty sold
Today 17:34
Sorry that was me
bottom_feeder
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 17:24
Prevost - Pathetic!

Its clear that you are a Basher and Egotist. If you can't reply properly with decent information then stop responding.
Prevost
Posts: 348
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: SL
Today 17:23
Superleggera

"Thanks for highlighting my ignorance and that the nascent onshore oil/gas play is a dead duck. I will obviously be selling my AJL shares tonight."

Again, I am reluctant to offer investment advice but isn't it a bit late for that ??

Hope this helps !!
Prevost
Posts: 348
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
Environmentally 1st
Today 17:15
bottom_feeder

"Thanks Prevost. So I guess you don't actually have any useful info or links?

Hopefully someone can provide some further info or links to investigate?"

On the contrary:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU1QPtOZQZU

Hope this helps !!
Alicia42
Posts: 1,400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 17:12
Brilliant posts, Prevost! hahahahaha
John2015
Posts: 3,292
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
What numpty sold
Today 17:06
100,000 at 19.87 at 16:29 ?
Gave HL a lovely excuse to show their bid at 19.86 and knock 0.07p off the value they declared when the buys are all 20p + and the UT of over 1.2M shares was also 20p..
bottom_feeder
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 17:05
:-) :-)

Thanks Prevost. So I guess you don't actually have any useful info or links?

Hopefully someone can provide some further info or links to investigate?

If not I may have to contact Sirius as Prevost suggests :-) :-) :-)
GaiasKidney
Posts: 3,580
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 17:05
Hi BF

The thing to understand is that unlike Sylvinite (MoP) or halite (NaCl), polyhalite is an elastic rock, it does not creep. Once mined in an area there will be some immediate elastic deformation that will then halt with the new equilibrium.

A hugh amount of geotechnical study has been done by Sirius's specialists, particularly SRK. See their work on this in the prospectus Sec 9.3 and 9.4 of their report.

https://siriusminerals.com/downloads/main-market-prospectus/

GK.
Prevost
Posts: 348
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 17:02
bottom_feeder

Almost forgot, you might also point out to the Company the useful thermal energy produced in the Meteorite strike.

Hope this helps !!
sxx4me
Posts: 233
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
I hope 20p can be a new floor
Today 17:00
Let's get over this tomorrow. Keep buying, boys.
Milothe3rd
Posts: 399
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: ?
Today 17:00
Below is an interesting article impact Cuadrilla and INEOS = basically local fracking triggering o.5 on R scale tremors limit to remain in place, and both are saying that commercial fracking will not work within this limit (which the Gov will not change).

Therefore we may find that the SM - INEOS boundary discussions are academic, but, let's worry about our own 'dinner' and leave the investors in Cuadrilla to worry about their losses (I guess some of us here sold SXX at the highs to invest in this ... I do feel sorry for anyone making losses ... )

http://www.cityam.com/273145/government-blocks-cuadrilla-fracking-second-site-lancashire
similar FT articles.
M
bottom_feeder
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 16:59
Hi Prevost. Thanks for the humorous response. Actually the probably of the surface area of their operations being hit by a 'Meteorite' (however small) is better than winning the Lotto :-)

However, my questions was looking to receive any info or links to how SXX may be planning to approach this subject area. As you imply they no doubt will have considered 'future events' as part of their Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Risk Assessment etc; but I was hoping someone may have seen a link that could provide info.

It would be particularly interesting (from my perspective) if anyone has a link to more extensive info on how SXX may be considering Thermal usage of the mine in the future?
Fred16
Posts: 1,296
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: ?
Today 16:57
Doing my best SL!
Myosotis
Posts: 10,713
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:20.00
RE: Environmentally 1st
Today 16:57
bottom feeder...."Pillars of polyhalite are left in-situ to ensure stable excavations, supplemented by roof supports to provide localised stability and protection for miners."

https://siriusminerals.com/our-project/woodsmith-mine/mining/

If you are genuinely interested (..duly noticed that you and Jessel have had occasion to pat one another on the back on other boards......) then a look at the planning application conditions in relation to monitoring and mitigation measures provide the comprehensive detail you require.......?




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