Clive Sinclair-Poulton, Executive Chairman of Beowulf, commented: "We are looking to move away from being an exploration company where the mantra is on drilling to a development company where our emphasis is on the mining and sale of product. With this is mind we intend to accelerate the marketing of the high quality Kallak North magnetite."
For a company whose mantra (mantra?? malaprop?? ffs) Well, mantra is a sort of sacred chant, the iterative utterance of which perhaps invokes spiritual intervention into temporal affairs. It's all that eastern eco-mysticism sh*te where nature is sacred. Noooooow, I get it. He has been spending too much time with the tye-dye, tyre-slashing, yogic-flying, dendrophiliac protestors.
In any case, who says the exploration is finished? It has barely started for crying out loud.
""The system in Sweden for the awarding of mining licences is fair and transparent, the by-product of more than a thousand years of mining and has been ranked as the best jurisdiction to operate in by mining companies. This approach combined with the stability of Sweden and the proximity to markets is very important when looking at a multi-decade, multi-million dollar project. It sets Sweden and so Beowulf apart from other iron ore projects that may go into production. The one drawback is that the system, with its checks and balances is that it is not the fastest.""
Funny you should mention a thousand years because it seems that Sweden prioritises the rights of medieval animal husbandry practiced by minority interests (part time) over the majoritarian modern world. Hardly utilitarian is it? I suppose it dovetails with the embrace of the eastern belief systems above where the ruminant is sacred.
""To further develop Kallak we have announced a capital raise of up to £2 million in a three stage transaction involving both institutional investors and for the first time an open-offer to our existing shareholders. Previously I had been contacted by existing individual shareholders asking why they could not participate in fund raising activities.""
What happened to the £4.125m 'gross' raised barely 13/12 ago. Gone? I know that amount was dependent on the share price and other complexities etc. Will this £2m gross last proportionately the same time ie circa 6/12. What of the £400,000 from the PI. By extrapolation that PI money should keep the show on the road for about 2/12.
Time to take the credit card from the Jerry Springer celebrant and cut it up live on air.
Also time to get out the non-domestic tobacco and celebrate this fusion of the lugubrious arctic circle temperament with eastern spirituality.
LOl aug, Yes they fail to understand an inconscionable aesthete. 9;05 monday I may get invited by admin for, in naval parlance, an 'interview without coffeee ' No matter, they will find Hooveresque that it is far better to have me inside the tent pi**ng out than outside pi**sing in..
OK Sophie, it is only fair to warn you of my dubious musical proclivities before we announce the engagement. This was introduced to me by that notorious poster Lucas who was given a straight red card for firearms offences on ADVFN
It contains VERY strong language and should not be listened to by anyone with a postal address in Chigley ie the sclp board.
Don't think I have overlooked you squeezing that BMR tart into a Karen Millen dress and a push up brassiere, smothering her in brandy butter and throwing her over the walls of a prison yard. We ain't interested bro'
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