Comprehensive analysis to bolt on to all of the Rosgeo work13 Apr 2021 17:37
Was done by Eurasia themselves back in Anglo JV days. What Rosgeo (our JV partner) have done is all exploration and data on top of that -
"Eurasia is pleased to announce the results of its 2009 drilling and exploration programme, comprising a comprehensive analysis and interpretation of its Monchetundra (36.2km2)"
To date, 16,121m of drilling have been completed on the licence, with most of the intersections from the last phases of drilling having been previously announced in early 2009 as a table of results, without accompanying geological comment. Subsequent work during 2009 focused on an interpreted ore structure in the Loipishnyun sub-area, stemming from recent drilling, but also included several previously unreported intersections."
He won't like me EE as he can't get his disruption on the go, everyone sees straight through all of them these days, all genuine shareholders have been educated as to the real reason these green box types appear on the chat boards.
A few replies to them usually shows their true colours pretty sharp, the odd bait thread gets them biting like the fish they are as well. Green bin is the best location for them, they never have and they never will bring anything of any value to the discussion board here.
RE: Not sure what all the noise is about13 Apr 2021 16:39
Not personally seadog, James has also never received any shares, they're guys brought in for reasons pertaining to the acquisition scenario. They'll stay on at Eurasia and go to the buyer when this all concludes imho
RE: Not sure what all the noise is about13 Apr 2021 16:34
I post at an extra rate when green boxes appear with waffle, it's a hobby of mine that i've found to quite enjoy during the covid situation. I call it 'disrupting the disruptors' and i think i've got it down to a fine art now lol
Japanese consortium, such a beautiful thought to relax with, sheer bliss13 Apr 2021 16:22
"The 11 partners in the venture are Air Liquide Japan, Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor, Honda Motor, JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Idemitsu Kosan, Iwatani Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Toho Gas, Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Development Bank of Japan."
Definitely Bumble, the EGM RNS is there for anyone to take their time to read and see what the board says. The circular is also on Eurasia's website to read prior to makimg a decision. Most spent all weekend reading things a few times to digest the info and understand the situation that we're in. I suggest that people read through things multiple times if they're unsure. It's a no brainer for LTH's like myself, so it was a very straight forward affair.
Previous deals are actually just markers showing just how unique13 Apr 2021 11:46
the Eurasia situation is -
Resource figures, AISC and current and future metal pricing all points to a big deal. Add the hydrogen economy changing up as gear or two into the mix, limited problem free resources like Eurasia's, and we're all set for big things.
Take into consideration we have a AISC of around $350, it's very low due to the open pit nature and the weakness of the Ruble.
"(AISC) at steady-state of some $575/oz compared to $622/oz at Lac des Iles."
You'll also note that any 'forecast figures' in the article are also far lower than todays Palladium price. The numbers only grow!
"The interest from the Banks is originating from the recent palladium acquisitions namely Stillwater for c. US$2bn by Sibanye in 2017 and NAP for approximately CAD$1bn by Impala Platinum earlier this month. The title of the slides for investors prepared by VTB Capital is as follows: "The Last Non Consolidated Palladium Play"."