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Sirius Minerals Share Chat (SXX)



Share Price: 13.49Bid: 13.46Ask: 13.48Change: -0.19 (-1.39%)Faller - Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.15%Open: 13.88High: 13.95Low: 13.45Yesterday’s Close: 13.68


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ffcmember
Posts: 987
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Price:15.10
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
22 May '19
Judging by your post duracell I guess a lot of these filtered messages are from one such posturer of "knowledge" not getting the attention he so deserves !!!! can I suggest if more were to filter him he may go back to his other " investment " and get ignored there too...
 
duracellAA
Posts: 856
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Price:15.00
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
22 May '19
SIPPdick, I think we all know what the market thinks of this share at the moment, but I will continue to talk about site progress as it is something I can see on social media via the company. If you know so much about the finances please feel free to share any factual information like the interest rate of the bonds etc (no guess or ball park but actual)
avocet123
Posts: 1,604
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
22 May '19
Sipp, I suggest you let the board decide what post are important and what post gain traction, and which ones don't. Who are you, to decide what we should focus on.

Just goes to show once again what your agenda is and how you seek to influence the board.
SIPPn00b
Posts: 3,617
Premium Chat Member
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
Gentlemen, and ladies. Whilst you continue to post and comment on the ongoing state of play in relation to the Build, can I suggest that currently, the market does not give a rats arse how deep the shafts are and how far apart they are.

Tuckupp and Casapinos posts today (yesterday) are far more relevant and yet have gained far less traction and so I would suggest that members of this board refocus and look at what is currently important. And it is not the state of play at the mine!
Gertfrobe
Posts: 93
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/priced/l149.pdf Myo Duracell if you go to page 59 the HSE have updated the mines act 1862,
Myosotis
Posts: 11,359
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
duracell/Gertfrobe......"if there are two shafts 1560m deep and 200m apart how do you join them together if you can't work below ground until you have two means of escape, a bit of a chicken and egg situation is in not."

The SRK report in the prospectus gives you all the detail....page 469 of 601 thereabouts......shows how the shaft bottom is developed and the two shafts linked.....
Gertfrobe
Posts: 93
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
The skip winding I worked on had the cage on top of the skip , men in the cage coal in the skip . The 2 shaft law was passed in 1862 .
duracellAA
Posts: 856
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
That's fine as we have two and will expand to three, but I guess you know that, but you know one/two is a hoist for material not people.
Gertfrobe
Posts: 93
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
When the mine is operational you require 2 means of escape it’s law .
duracellAA
Posts: 856
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RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
Gertfrobe, if there are two shafts 1560m deep and 200m apart how do you join them together if you can't work below ground until you have two means of escape, a bit of a chicken and egg situation is in not.
Gertfrobe
Posts: 93
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
Unless the law has changed since I worked underground ,both the service shaft and the production shaft will need to be operational before any work underground takes place . 2 escape routes is mandatory.
duracellAA
Posts: 856
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
Cheers Myo, I know about the Galloway platform from the planning info that you posted for Lochwood Beck but the FB post made me question the MTS shaft. I guess security around site may get even tighter now with drill and BLAST starting. Thanks
Myosotis
Posts: 11,359
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Price:15.30
RE: MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
duracell......in short....no......a galloway platform will be used to take both the Woodmsith and Lockwood Beck shafts to the requisite level......using drill and blast.....SRK report suggests up to 2.8m/day.......(434/601)......but for a max excavation now of 115m to 350m then that would be just 3 months (seems a bit quick).....but since we are now under the surface aquifer maybe it is possible.

TBM's for drive 2&3 not scheduled to leave until 2020.
duracellAA
Posts: 856
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:15.30
MTS now at 115m what next
21 May '19
How do we get from 115m to final depth 320m, someone of FB mantioned by SBR is this correct? And if so will this be the first to be bored with it or will the production shaft be the priority?




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