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CADAN RES. ein angehender Gold/Silber und Kupferproduzent 2009/2010 (Seite 309)

eröffnet am 16.11.09 16:02:08 von
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TORNER
schrieb am 21.04.12 07:18:56
Beitrag Nr. 3.081 (43.069.008)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.068.991 von maupiti am 21.04.12 06:50:45Kann ich bestätigen, ich bekam die selbe Mail von Andrew Maurice.;)

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TORNER
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maupiti
schrieb am 21.04.12 07:31:35
Beitrag Nr. 3.082 (43.069.017)
Wenn sich da mal nicht Einer gegenüber der Presse zu weit "aus dem

Fenster" gelehnt hat und jetzt "zurück rudern" muss. :)
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Simonalex
schrieb am 22.04.12 00:50:32
Beitrag Nr. 3.083 (43.071.087)
http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=CXD.V+Interactive#symbol=…

Hat sich schon jemand gedanken über den erneuten Kursrutsch gegen Schluss auf 16 beziehungsweise 17 cents in Kanada gemacht?? Einmaliger Unfall?
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maupiti
schrieb am 22.04.12 06:32:52
Beitrag Nr. 3.084 (43.071.147)
Press Release
April 20, 2012

Conference on mining plunders to ink covenant against foreign mining aggression

Foreign mining aggression in the region escalates opposition among grass root communities. Peasant andlumad (indigenous people) leaders from various provinces in Davao gathered in today’s Peoples’ Conference on Mining Plunder and Resistance said the encroachment will lead to more internal displacement, landlessness, poverty and militarization.

“We want the voice of the farmers, the lumads to be heard. While the voice of the civil society is important, we should listen more to those whose daily subsistence depend on the resources directly found in the land. With every shift in the climate, every mining permit granted and mining militia deployed in mining areas, their plight and survival becomes more dismal,” Francis Morales, secretary general of Panalipdan Southern Mindanao, said.

The conference aims to forge a Peoples’ Covenant against Foreign Large-scale and Open-pit Mining, an agenda which the community leaders will forward to their respective towns and cities.

Organizers of the event are the Panalipdan-Southern Mindanao, Kalikasan Party, Promotion of Church Peoples’ Response and the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines in cooperation with other cause-oriented groups.

Armando Manial , spokesperson of Pasaka Confederation of Indigenous Peoples Organizations in Southern Mindanao said, “From the conference, we aim to gather the narratives of the lumads and the farmers about their collective history of their now threatened lands and the strategies they want to use to defend their rights amidst this influx and encroachment. The data will be used as basis for policy recommendation for local, national and international lobbying.”

The conference highlights local case studies of grassroots from Paquibato, Davao City, Pantukan, Maco, Mabini, Monkayo, Compostela, New Bataan and Davao Del Sur — current sites of struggle against US-Canada’s St. Augustine Mining Corp., Australia’s One Asia Resources, Canada’s Cadan Resources, China’s Skynix Holdings and Taiwan- Joel Brillantes’ Yeng Yi Corporation.

Panalipdan said more than one million hectares have been applied for by mining corporations in the region. It noted the increase of large-scale mining operations under the Aquino administration.

The group which has been calling for the scrapping of the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 is sour about the new mining policy of the Aquino government.

“Increased taxation does not make mining liberalization and foreign plunder right. Taxes and royalties cannot commensurate to the biodiversity and resource loss caused by mining TNCs. What we need is a bill like the Peoples’ Mining Bill which sees to the nationalization of the mining industry and set the direction towards a genuine agrarian reform program for a more sustainable future,” Morales said.

The two-day conference will peak with a Cultural Protest and Unity Torch Parade at the Freedom Park on April 21.

For reference:

FRANCIS MORALES
Secretary General
PANALIPDAN Southern Mindanao

http://davaotoday.com/main/2012/04/22/conference-on-mining-p…
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maupiti
schrieb am 22.04.12 06:36:24
Beitrag Nr. 3.085 (43.071.148)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.071.087 von Simonalex am 22.04.12 00:50:32""Einmaliger Unfall?""

Ehrlich gesagt, keine Ahnung.

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Maupiti
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TORNER
schrieb am 22.04.12 08:59:25
Beitrag Nr. 3.086 (43.071.240)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.071.087 von Simonalex am 22.04.12 00:50:32Aufgrund der Unsicherheit wegen der noch ausstehenden Genehmigung
und der daraus resultierenden schwachen Nachfrage, sind solche Dips mit
geringem Volumen nach unten natürlich immer möglich.

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TORNER
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Pirano
schrieb am 25.04.12 17:11:23
Beitrag Nr. 3.087 (43.087.284)
Cadan Boosts Technical Team With Appointment of Scott Robson as Head Geologist


CADAN RESOURCES CORPORATION (TSX VENTURE:CXD)(FRANKFURT:AOMZ25) ("Cadan") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Scott Robson as Head Geologist.

Cadan President and CEO, Robert Butchart, said, "The appointment of Scott Robson will boost the technical depth of the Company's project team at a time when significant mine development and exploration is taking place ahead of anticipated production at the T'Boli Gold Mine in the Philippines. His significant geological and technical experience on projects similar to Cadan's and his familiarity with the cultural aspects of operating within Philippine communities will provide a positive contribution across the Company's activities in the time ahead."

Scott Robson - Head Geologist

Scott Robson will be based in the Philippines to direct mine development and regional exploration at the Company's flagship T'Boli Gold Project. He is an Australian national and a graduate of Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, with a Bachelor of Science - Geology and Geophysics. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) since 1996, is a Competent Person and Qualified Person with respect to reporting gold Exploration and gold Mineral Resources. He has over 20 years experience in the mineral industry in Australia and south east Asia including more than 9 years operating in the Philippines, China, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. His experience covers underground gold mining operations, open cut gold deposits, large porphyry copper-gold projects and nickel laterites.

Through his private consultancy, Sun Gold Resources, Mr. Robson has supported numerous gold and base metals projects, most recently as Adviser at the Carmen Copper Project located in the Province of Cebu, a 15 million tpa operation and presently the largest mining project in the Philippines.

Mr. Robson started his career with major mining houses including BHP and CRA Exploration in the early 1990's and subsequently held line management positions with a number of Australian based mining groups including Resolute Samantha, Sons of Gwalia, Mt Grace Gold Mining and Geochemex Australia. He is proficient with modern exploration and mineral resource modelling platforms and is a "high end" user of industry standard software packages including Surpac. He is also a director of MineMap Australia (2005 to present), an international mining software company. His particular skill sets include resource and reserve estimation and mine planning, mine design, scheduling, and tailings dam design. He is co-author and presenter to peers of a number of technical papers published by AusIMM on geological modelling and resource estimation.

For and on behalf of the board of directors,

Robert Butchart, President and CEO

For further information on Cadan Resources Corp. please visit our website at www.cadanresources.com or email us at info@cadanresources.com.

Forward Looking Statements

This news release may contain forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

Particular risks applicable to this press release include risks associated with planned production, including the ability of the Company to achieve its targeted production outline due to regulatory, technical or economic factors. In addition, there are risks associated with estimates of resources, and there is no guarantee that a resource will have demonstrated economic viability as necessary to be classified as a reserve. There is no guarantee that additional exploration work will result in significant increases to resource estimates. The reader is referred to the Company's most recent annual and interim Management's Discussion and Analysis for a more complete discussion of such risk factors and their potential effects, copies of which may be accessed through www.cadanresources.com or the Company's page on SEDAR at http://www.sedar.com.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


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maupiti
schrieb am 27.04.12 19:04:41
Beitrag Nr. 3.088 (43.098.639)
Aus der MD&A vom 24.04.2012 Seite 4.

""Figure 2 – Long section looking north, showing potential ore reserve panel, if two “veins” are exploited over a 300m
strike length between the -20 and -60 RL’s. This would equate to 85,000 tonnes of ore, if the “veins” are 1.5m wide on
average and have a bulk density of 2.35. This would supply the current processing plant for 12-14 months. Historic
drilling results from TD008 intersected 4m @ 18.7 g/t in this zone.
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Nur was nützt es, wenn das Transportpermit auf sich warten lässt!
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maupiti
schrieb am 28.04.12 11:16:52
Beitrag Nr. 3.089 (43.100.089)
DENR friert Großbergbau Genehmigungen in Davao
Samstag 21 April, 2012 00.00

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Das Moratorium bei der Akzeptanz von groß angelegten Mining-Anwendung, Ausgabe von Environment Compliance-Zertifikate und Genehmigungen Bergbau noch hält seit dem vergangenen Jahr, während des Wartens auf eine neue politische Erklärung von Präsident Benigno Simeon Aquino III, nach Edilberto Arreza, Direktor des Bergwerks und Geowissenschaften Bureau. In einem Interview erzählte er Reportern, dass Arreza gab es 20 Firms mit zuvor genehmigten Explorationsgenehmigungen in der Region. Im Jahr 2011 führte die Abteilung für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen (DENR) ein Moratorium bei der Verarbeitung und die Akzeptanz neuer Anwendungen im Bergbau als Teil der Regierung laufende Programm um loszuwerden anhängigen und inaktiven Mining-Projekte. Arreza sagte das Moratorium überdachte Annahme und Bearbeitung neuer Anwendungen für den Bergbau Genehmigungen, einschließlich der Explorations-Genehmigung, Mineral Production Sharing Agreement und finanziellen Unterstützung oder technische Hilfe.

Die DENR sagte, es wäre seine "use it or lose it"-Politik in den Bereichen Bergbau nachhaltig in seine Aufzeichnungen von unbewegten Mining-Anwendungen und Non-Performing Abbauverträge reinigen. Das Moratorium führte zur Annullierung von einigen 1.606 Bergbau-Genehmigungen, die die Öffnung von etwa fünf Millionen Hektar potenzielle mineralisierte Gebiete zu seriösen Investoren erlaubt. Arreza zitiert einige von ihnen als KingKing-Gold-Kupfer-Projekt in Pantukan, Compostela Valley, die Philco Mining Corporation in Kamanlangan, New Bataan in Compostela Valley; Pujada Nickel Projekt in Davao Oriental, Agusan Petroleum in Compostela, Compostela Valley, Boston Tribal Mining Corporation in Davao Oriental, und Bunawan Mining Corporation in Banaybanay, Davao Oriental.

Er sagte, die KingKing-Gold-Kupfer-Projekt war bereits auf der finalen Phase der Exploration und wurde bereits der Vorbereitung ihrer Machbarkeitsstudie und der Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung des Projektes vor Ort, den Termin auf Mai 2012 festgelegt wurden. "Als in der final Bühne bedeutet, dass der Bergbau firm bereits bestimmt die Mineralvorkommen zu mir und Rentabilität der Verfolgung der Bergbaubetrieb oder nicht", sagte Arreza. Er sagte, dass die Exploration bedeutet nicht, dass diese Firmen könnten Bergbaubetrieb geradezu zu verfolgen, ohne weitere Beurteilung und Anerkennung von der Regierung. Arreza sagte der Bergbau-firm muss beweisen, dass der Abbau der Bodenschätze könnten die ökologischen Kosten, soziale Kosten und den wirtschaftlichen poitential profi tieren zu zahlen. Er sagte, dass die Umwelt Kosten das Ergebnis in die Umwelt zu stören in der Abbaustätte bedeckt, während die sozialen Kosten fallen die Kosten für die Verlagerung von Gemeinden, die aufgrund der Bergbaubetrieb verschoben werden könnte. Arreza sagte, die Regierung würde auch den wirtschaftlichen profitiert es könnte so in den Bergbaubetrieb zu bekommen. "Wir werden nur das geben go signal zu dem Projekt, wenn es um die Kassen der Regierung dazu beitragen kann", sagte er. PNA
http://www.goldstardailynews.com/business/9108-denr-freezes-…
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maupiti
schrieb am 28.04.12 15:01:14
Beitrag Nr. 3.090 (43.100.445)


""For our pilot project, we will conduct a citizen media workshop in the Southern Mindanao Region (SMR) of the Philippines. Participants include those who are in the frontlines of dealing with environmental and human rights crisis brought about by mining operations in the region. We are looking in particular at a location where a Canadian mining company has just purchased 80% ownership of the contract for the PhilCo mining claim and operation in a specific portion of the Compostela Valley and in the T’Boli region of SMR.""

http://mobitmindanao.tumblr.com/about




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