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    Fortune Minerals - Kobalt, Wismut, Gold + Kohle - Die letzten 30 Beiträge

    eröffnet am 31.07.09 16:45:13 von
    impyer

    neuester Beitrag 22.10.14 21:50:45 von
    Choleriker
    Beiträge: 139
    ID: 1.152.098
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    21.11.14
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    Beitrag schreiben Ansicht: Die letzten 30 Beiträge
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    Choleriker
    schrieb am 22.10.14 21:50:45
    Beitrag Nr. 139 (48.108.550)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.759.310 von Choleriker am 11.09.14 20:51:09Nun ja, schlechtes Timing ... Asche auf mein Haupt.
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    Choleriker
    schrieb am 11.09.14 20:51:09
    Beitrag Nr. 138 (47.759.310)
    Tja, entweder das ist (ungefähr) der Boden, oder der Boden ist nicht mehr weit, oder der Boden ist dunkel hinterm Horizont ;) Egal, heute gekauft. Jetzt werden die Zähne zusammengebissen.
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    Choleriker
    schrieb am 12.08.14 19:58:52
    Beitrag Nr. 137 (47.498.557)
    Aug .11, 2014

    Fortune Minerals shifts site of injection well for proposed metals refinery


    http://www.ccgazette.ca/wp/?p=3320

    Ergebnisse einer Anhörung vor dem Corman Park Council.
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    Choleriker
    schrieb am 14.06.14 21:35:41
    Beitrag Nr. 136 (47.154.260)
    Gut.

    Ich will nur mitteilen, daß der Wert seit einem Jahr auf meiner Guckliste steht. Positiv: Anthrazit, Wismut, Kobalt (Tesla) und neuerdings auch Silber. Auch die - zumindest oberflächlich - tiefe Bewertung reizt zum Kauf. Negativ jedoch: Dispute mit Indianern, die ihre Gebiete unangetastet haben wollen (oder mehr Geld? ich blicke da nicht durch). Neuerdings auch Unsicherheiten betreffs Bau der Langham Raffinerie.

    Meinungen?
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    Choleriker
    schrieb am 14.06.14 21:20:27
    Beitrag Nr. 135 (47.154.250)
    Nur Test, ob der Faden weiter offen ist oder gesperrt
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    muenchenguru
    schrieb am 16.10.12 11:16:40
    Beitrag Nr. 134 (43.716.516)
    Die Wirtschaftszahlen aus der Meldung sind nicht sehr besonders:

    LOST FOX MINE BASE CASE ECONOMICS
    Pre-Tax After Tax
    IRR 17.0% 14.7%
    NPV (8% Discount Base case) C$ 615.9 M C$ 405.8 M
    NPV (5% Discount Sensitivity) C$ 1,058.2 M C$ 749.8 M
    Capital (Initial 3 Years) C$ 788.6 M

    Hier noch aus der Meldung zur Kohlequaltität:

    ABOUT ANTHRACITE COAL:
    Metallurgical coal together with iron ore are the principal raw materials needed to make steel. Anthracite is the highest quality metallurgical coal, measured by carbon and energy content, and represents just 1% of world coal reserves. It is the most versatile coal, suitable for use in a broad range of metallurgical, thermal, water purification and composite material products. The natural high carbon and very low volatile (gas) content of anthracite makes it ideal for use as a premium ultra-low volatile PCI product that is injected into the blast furnace to reduce the amount of coke used in crude steel production. High carbon and low volatiles also allows anthracite to be used as a direct coke replacement and as a blend coal with hard coking coal to make metallurgical coke. Anthracite is the only coal that can be used as sinter feed. Anthracite reductants are used in electric arc / direct reduction steel manufacturing and for the processing of ferroalloys and other metals. Carbon filters for water purification are made with anthracite coal as well as some carbon composite materials. The high carbon content of anthracite makes it the preferred coal for gasification and liquefaction technologies to make urea fertilizers, plastics and high quality synthetic fuels, particularly in Asia where natural gas supplies are scarce.
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    muenchenguru
    schrieb am 16.10.12 11:08:56
    Beitrag Nr. 133 (43.716.490)
    soviel ich weiß sind Antrazit-Kohlevorkommen sehr selten u. deren Kohle bekommt einen markanten Preisaufschlag.
    Also Kohle ist nicht gleich Kohle.
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 15.10.12 22:53:29
    Beitrag Nr. 132 (43.715.273)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.509.094 von ernestokg am 19.08.12 08:13:01Mit Kohle läßt sich beim richtigen Einstieg gut "Kohle" verdienen. Allerdings ist das "NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper Projekt" bei FT im Moment interessanter...


    Heute gabs aber vom Kohleprojekt News:

    Fortune Minerals announces updated Definitive Feasibility Study for Arctos Anthracite Metallurgical Coal Project
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…



    Sollte man "im Auge behalten". Boden noch nicht gefunden...

    Gruss
    rolleg
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    ernestokg
    schrieb am 19.08.12 08:13:01
    Beitrag Nr. 131 (43.509.094)
    Habe mit " Kohle" die schlimmsten Geldvernichter im Depot gehabt !
    Siehe Kursverlauf von

    Patriot Coal
    Churchill Mining

    Obiger Text erinnert mich verdammt an das was ich über die beiden oben stehenden Companies vor deren Kauf las !

    Und ihr meint im Ernst hier ist es anders ?
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 17.08.12 22:57:43
    Beitrag Nr. 130 (43.507.429)
    The lack of excitement haunting the precious metals and mining shares markets over the past year is expected to change in the next few months, according to Michael Fowler, senior mining analyst with Loewen, Ondaatje, McCutcheon Ltd. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, he explains why he expects gold to finally break through the $2,000/ounce barrier in 2013 and how this should affect the mining stocks that he covers. While share prices are generally low across the board now, Fowler tells us about a few of the ones that he expects to shine bright when the market turns.
    http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/14149

    ..."MF: I like Fortune Minerals Ltd. (FT:TSX). It has a large metallurgical coal deposit, Mt. Klappan, in British Columbia. The other property, NICO, is a cobalt-gold-bismuth deposit in the Northwest Territories. It has a mixture of commodities. There is also some copper in there. Both projects need quite a lot of money to get going. The company has been aggressively looking for a strategic investor mining company in Asia. It already has an Asian partner, POSCO (PKX:NYSE) for the Mount Klappan coal deposit and is looking for another Asian partner for the NICO deposit. Despite money being very scarce now, there is a lot of money in Asia. I think Fortune is doing a very good job of trying to find Asian investors for its projects. It's trading for a song right now, around $0.60, with about a $70M market cap. These two projects have four feasibility studies, and the total net present values of those studies translate into over $5/share. So it's trading at a big valuation discount.

    TGR: What is your target on that one?

    MF: Our official target is $2.65."...
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 16.08.12 21:47:42
    Beitrag Nr. 129 (43.502.971)
    Fortune Minerals files technical report for NICO project
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 15.08.12 20:32:02
    Beitrag Nr. 128 (43.497.751)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.494.960 von larsuwe am 15.08.12 10:28:43Hi,

    ja, man plant, 2015 in Produktion zu gehen. Steht auch in der aktuellen August-Präsentation: http://www.fortuneminerals.com/Theme/Fortune/files/doc_prese…

    Gruss
    rolleg
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    larsuwe
    schrieb am 15.08.12 10:28:43
    Beitrag Nr. 127 (43.494.960)
    Hallo! Ich habe etwas über Fortune Minerals gelesen,das 2015 in Produktion gehen soll.Stimmt dies?.Gruß Lars;)
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 03.07.12 19:15:04
    Beitrag Nr. 126 (43.348.943)
    Fortune Minerals announces updated mineral reserves and positive FEED study results confirming NICO economics

    Deposit gold content increased by 19.7% to 1.1 million ounces, 3.9 million equivalent gold ounces with Base Case cobalt sulphate, bismuth and copper credits
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 31.05.12 19:55:49
    Beitrag Nr. 125 (43.234.305)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.234.290 von muenchenguru am 31.05.12 19:53:01Danke, kann ich nur zurückgeben!!! Aber wenn ich mein Depot so anschaue... :look: habe ich das Kompliment nicht wirklich verdient... :rolleyes::D
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    muenchenguru
    schrieb am 31.05.12 19:53:01
    Beitrag Nr. 124 (43.234.290)
    @rolleg
    Du bist schon mal ein kleines Qualitätszertifikat :-)
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 31.05.12 19:01:03
    Beitrag Nr. 123 (43.233.987)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.231.870 von muenchenguru am 31.05.12 12:57:52Hi muenchenguru, ;)

    interessiere mich nach wie vor für FT.

    Gestern gabs news:

    Fortune Minerals announces successful pilot plant tests for production of cobalt sulphate from NICO
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…

    Quote for Fortune Minerals Limited (FT:CA)
    $ 0,73 RT 0,02 (+2.82%) Volume: 25,5 k 12:24 EDT 31.05.2012


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    muenchenguru
    schrieb am 31.05.12 12:57:52
    Beitrag Nr. 122 (43.231.870)
    @monsieurcb falls Du noch mitliest,
    warum bist Du raus ?
    Ich fange gerade an mich für FT zu interessieren....
    JV mit Posco , NICO mit 3 Rohstoffen, etwas Kupfer noch dazu , gut diversifiziert, Nico wird schon seit 1996 bearbeitet (finde ich immer gut, wenn etwas Historie hat, weil dann -im Idealfall- viele Wenns u. Aber schon geklärt sind.
    Anlagen wurden v. Newmont übernommen , auch ganz gut.
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    MONSIEURCB
    schrieb am 11.04.12 16:46:30
    Beitrag Nr. 121 (43.025.301)
    Bin raus. Allen Investierten viel Erfolg!
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 10.04.12 23:31:22
    Beitrag Nr. 120 (43.022.082)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.018.901 von MONSIEURCB am 10.04.12 13:40:47Hab sie "nur" auf Watch und bisher noch nix verpasst, oder? ;)
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    MONSIEURCB
    schrieb am 10.04.12 13:40:47
    Beitrag Nr. 119 (43.018.901)
    News ... ist eigentlich noch jemand an Bord?

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fortune-minerals-completes-add…
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    MONSIEURCB
    schrieb am 29.03.12 13:42:15
    Beitrag Nr. 118 (42.973.140)
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    MONSIEURCB
    schrieb am 05.03.12 14:15:05
    Beitrag Nr. 117 (42.851.302)
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    MONSIEURCB
    schrieb am 22.02.12 17:06:00
    Beitrag Nr. 116 (42.789.896)
    @sliceanddice: Danke f+r's Einstellen deiner Anti-Infos ... bin seit heute mit an Bord ... und frage mich natürlich, wie relevant diese (sicher zum Großteil berechtigten) Argumente dagegen für die weitere Kursentwicklung sind?
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 10.02.12 21:46:47
    Beitrag Nr. 115 (42.735.392)
    Diversified Coal, Base Metals and Gold Junior Added to Ubika Research Resource Stock Watchlist
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…
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    rolleg
    schrieb am 13.01.12 21:12:52
    Beitrag Nr. 114 (42.593.040)
    Fortune Minerals announces NICO Mini-Pilot Plant Results
    http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/newsStoryPopup.go?story…

    Quote for Fortune Minerals Limited (FT:CA)
    $ 0,96 RT 0,13 (+15.66%) Volume: 699,34 k 14:54 EST 13.01.2012



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    sliceanddice
    schrieb am 19.12.11 20:39:34
    Beitrag Nr. 113 (42.500.593)
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    sliceanddice
    schrieb am 16.12.11 21:52:20
    Beitrag Nr. 112 (42.493.606)
    Fortune Minerals Announces NICO Permitting Update

    Information Request Stage Completed - Advancing to Technical Meeting Stage

    Issued Capital: 116,076,976

    LONDON, ON, Dec. 16, 2011 /CNW/ - Fortune Minerals Limited (TSX-FT) ("Fortune" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an update on the Environmental Assessment ("EA") process currently underway in the Northwest Territories ("NT") to permit the mine and mill for the Company's NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper deposit. The NICO project, which was referred to EA in February 2009, has completed an additional milestone by progressing to the Technical Meetings Stage.

    The Developers Assessment Report ("DAR") for the NICO project, submitted in May 2011 to The Mackenzie Valley Review Board ("MVRB"), passed the conformity check in August with no deficiencies. The EA progressed to the Information Request Stage where interested parties that have reviewed the DAR submitted questions to the Company through the MVRB. Fortune received these requests, which consisted of 425 questions from 10 separate interested parties, in mid-October. Fortune completed its responses to these requests and has now advanced to the Technical Meetings Stage of the EA process. These meetings are scheduled for January 17-19, 2012 in Yellowknife.

    Dr. Richard Schryer, Fortune's Director of Regulatory and Environmental Affairs, commented that, "we are proud of our team's comprehensive and timely response to the information requests, and with our continued progression through the EA process."

    Fortune is concurrently working to secure a strategic partner to help finance the NICO project and has engaged Deloitte & Touche Corporate Finance Canada Inc. ("Deloitte") as the Company's financial advisor. Deloitte was re-engaged after successfully helping Fortune secure POSCO Canada Ltd. as its first stage joint venture partner for the Mount Klappan anthracite coal project in British Columbia. Deloitte will assist Fortune in identifying additional potential strategic partners and in evaluating potential transactions.

    The Company is also pleased to report that an aggregate of 6,383,277 of its publicly traded warrants that expired on December 5, 2011 were exercised at a price of $0.80 per share resulting in gross proceeds to the Company of approximately $5.1 million.
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    sliceanddice
    schrieb am 10.12.11 08:04:31
    Beitrag Nr. 111 (42.463.274)
    Nicht ganz neu, aber gerade erst gefunden:

    http://www.miningweekly.com/article/fortune-aims-to-secure-f…

    Fortune aims to secure funding partners by mid-2012

    TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – The CEO of Fortune Minerals, who has just returned from a trip to Asia speaking to potential funding partners, said on Wednesday there was “extreme” interest in its Mount Klappan coal project in Northern British Columbia, despite the current economic fears.

    The company aims to finalise financing from strategic partners for both Mount Klappan and its Nico gold-cobalt-bismuth project in the Northwest Territories by the middle of next year, Robin Goad said in an interview.

    “Metallurgical coal is in short supply. Strategic buyers are looking at backward integration transactions to guarantee sources of supply,” he commented.

    Mount Klappan has one of the world’s biggest undeveloped resources of metallurgical coal, in the form of anthracite, which is used in steelmaking.

    On his trip, Goad visited prospective partners in Japan, Korea and China, where he met with steel companies, trading firms and coal producers.

    London, Ontario-based Fortune already struck a deal with Korean steel giant Posco in July, where the world’s third-biggest steelmaker bought a 20% stake in the company for $30-million, also agreeing to pay for its share of development at Mount Klappan and pay Fortune another $17.2-million based on future project milestones.

    Fortune is seeking to raise additional funding through a second deal at the project, estimated to cost around $800-million to build.

    “We’re looking for a minority project-level partner, [which will provide] debt guarantees tied to offtake,” Goad told Mining Weekly Online.

    The company said earlier this month it had hired Deloitte to assist in finding partners for Mount Klappan and Nico. The consultancy had helped put the Posco transaction together.

    A feasibility study at Mount Klappan, which was updated a year ago, foresaw a $614-million capital cost, and Goad said he did not believe this would have risen dramatically since.

    The mining industry has experienced massive cost inflation over the past couple of years as wages and other inputs have all surged in price.

    Goad pointed out that the recent volatility had caused some materials, such as steel, to pull back.

    Fortune aims to start producing at Nico in 2014, and at Mount Klappan the following year.

    The feasibility study at the anthracite project outlined a three-million-ton-a-year operation, and Goad said there was the potential to double this five years after first output, which Fortune would seek to fund through cash flows.

    The company has a C$85-million market capitalisation and its projects have a $1.3-billion combined base case net present value, according to their feasibility studies, implying the company trades at a steep discount.

    One of the solutions to this Fortune was considering would be to split into two separate entities – one to focus on Nico and the other Mount Klappan, which Goad said the company is frequently asked about.

    “It would certainly make the story simpler,” he said.

    However, the topsy turvy markets made such a move unattractive in the current environment, so the focus remained on finding partners for the projects.

    Changing Fortune’s corporate structure was “something that might make sense in the future”, commented Goad.
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    sliceanddice
    schrieb am 19.11.11 01:34:33
    Beitrag Nr. 110 (42.372.161)
    http://www.steelguru.com/metals_news/Fortune_Minerals_agrees…


    Fortune Minerals the Ontario Company behind a huge anthracite coal project in BC has signed a cooperation agreement with a native group for its NICO gold bismuth copper project in the Northwest Territories of Canada.

    Mr Robin Goad president of Fortune Minerals said that "The signing of this agreement expands on our existing long term relationship with the Tlicho Government and the Tlicho people. The agreement lays the foundation for discussions on fundamental topics of interest such as the possible environmental and cultural impacts of the NICO Project on Tlicho owned lands."

    Under the agreement which is similar to an MOU, the company agrees to pay for a study that will examine the project's potential impacts on the environment and the Tlicho people. Stock in Fortune Minerals was down 4.35% near the end of trading on Wednesday. The NICO project is located 160 km northwest of Yellowknife, NWT. The 31 million-tonne deposit would be a combination open pit and underground mine.

    Ore would be processed at 4,650 tonnes per day over an 18 year mine life. The mine still needs to have a road built to extract the ore. A road was allowed under a previous environmental assessment by the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Review Board but the Tlicho disagreed saying the inclusion of the road did not respect the band's moratorium on development.

    The third largest steelmaker whereby POSCO will pay 20% of the capital costs in developing Fortune’s Mount Klappan anthracite coal deposit, located in northwest British Columbia. In exchange, POSCO will receive 20% of the mine’s production. Mount Klappan is Canada’s only known deposit of anthracite a high carbon coal used in steelmaking and as a blended coal for coke production and one of the world’s largest undeveloped deposits of metallurgical coal. There are 2.8 billion tonnes of coal spread over four areas, including 231 million tonnes in the measured and indicated category.




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