Very pleased with the appointments. Glad we have retained Jan-Ola for his knowledge of the deposit, our Company and his overall expertise. Kurt appears to have the experience that we also need to drive this, so I think we can be happy that we are building something better here.
As for the exploration licence extensions, that would be farcical should the MI or Government now not approve our Concession Licence. And so we wait.
Finally. While Clive may not have been to everyone's liking, in his time here he has at least avoided the massive dilutions that I've experienced on some AIM shares. Albeit the sp has tanked over the last four years, but I feel we are not alone in that regard if you look at the market contempt for the natural resources sector over this period. At least we presently have a lowish amount of shares still in issue, even with the Lanstead involvement. Perhaps, with iron ore prices very low, there was little other chance of keeping us afloat, even though we were, and maybe remain displeased with Lanstead entering the fray. Yet, here we still are, still very much alive and kicking. Better than the alternative.
Anyway, pleased with the appointments, a mix of old guard and new blood, Kurt having only recently become involved. I hope it will be the correct balance for us.
Hold tight all. We need the Concession, but then it should be game on!
Good morning. Agreed. But that's just part of the picture. I bought in over 4 years ago. I reckon we are around 2 years behind where we should be. Yes, Swedish bureaucracy moves at one very slow pace. However, we lost 6 months when BEM's blunder meant we could do no drilling. For the remainder of the time, the rate of drilling has been far too slow and we have been far too conciliatory to the Sami issue. Dare I also add, CSP has not been the most dynamic of characters in this drama. Meanwhile that big old lump sits in the ground still tantalizing us all. GLA.
Well I'm not surprised, there is only one thing that will get this company moving forward and we all know what that is. The permitting process has taken an extraordinary amount of time and the current sp is the result of that delay. Today is the day if I remember correctly for the company to submit their comments to the MI re the recent decision by the CAB. And so we continue to wait...in hope.
Thanks for the info regarding the exploration permit extension. Although I do tend to worry about this share as I still own a massive amount of shares. I find it hard to believe that the authorities would continue to grant exploration licence extensions if the long term plan is to refuse the exploitation permit as that would kill any future interest in exploration in Sweden by foreign mining companies.
I'm 70 now and hope all of this transpires before I depart this life. I plan to put the proceeds into a trust fund to pay the university fees for my four young grandchildren. At the current rate of progress they will have graduated from university before this finally reaches the exploitation stage.
Hopefully our newly appointed young CEO will get it moving in the right direction. I'm surprised that we have not had a positive reaction from the market regarding the news of his appointment. I hope that they do not keep CSP around for too long as I think that a clean break is better in these circumstances.
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