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Resources analyst Charlie Long sees good times ahead for uranium


Ortac Res. Share Chat (OTC)



Share Price: 2.875Bid: 2.75Ask: 3.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Ortac Res.
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 9.09%Open: 2.875High: 2.875Low: 2.875Yesterday’s Close: 2.875


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DShox
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RE: Zamsort
Fri 15:25
yes it is described as a commercial plant, so it'll be chucking off profit. it'll unlock further value because it'll prove it can process the ore.
 
Cannons
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RE: Zamsort
Fri 13:44
Leach Tanks and equipment all there, it's not that small an operation. OK the main upside is in the extended land within the vast licence, where VC expects there would be 500mt to 1BN tonnes of copper and cobalt as a very lucrative by product judging by the massive deposits that are all around the licence.
So as the production starts and with cobalt at $54,000 per tonne they'll be making a pretty penny.
DShox
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RE: Zamsort
Thu 19:46
Last updated said heavy rain in Zambia delayed construction commissioning with expectations to be reset to H1 17. OTC has an option over the small scale licence, location of the commercial pilot plant and the large scale neighbouring licence.
Humpalumps
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Genuinely
Thu 17:03
Do not get the sells with this share haha there are so many less than about £5 makes no sense
Cannons
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RE: Zamsort
Thu 11:34
Zamsort is grading 0.3% Cobalt, which is very high grade ( most deposits are under 0.15% ).
incidentally the Copper figure is 3%!
DShox
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Zamsort
Thu 09:55
Taken from an article that hit my inbox today - enjoy: "In just over a year the price of cobalt moved from a record low price of $9.82 a pound in February of 2016 to a high of $25.40 a pound in April of 2017. It's important to understand that while the price of cobalt, lithium and graphite have gone up, the overall cost of lithium batteries has declined due to manufacturing cost efficiencies. Reports show that electric vehicle batteries have declined by 80% in six years. Cobalt is primarily produced as a by-product of nickel and copper production, some 94% of the total. So no one is going to expand their copper or nickel mine just to get more cobalt at any price. About 54% of today's cobalt comes from the DRC with all the attendant legal and social issues."
begger
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ripe for the taking
Wed 20:40
At this price. Nice to see a few who see it. Could be a monster with the right backing.
DShox
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RE: Strike Length
Wed 19:48
Solid experienced BoD at the helm to deliver too. Baby market cap ripe for just one bunker busting RNS to multi bag it.
Humpalumps
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RE: Strike Length
Wed 12:24
Ah nice one thanks, must have missed that part on the presentation, will give another look :)
Cannons
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Strike Length
Wed 11:59
>The Akyanga Deposit
 2km-long deposit - currently open both down-dip and along strike

>60km long corridor prospective for gold
and within mining licence.

Copied from the presentation.




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