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Critical Elements - .....oder wie "First Gold" sich entwickelt hat - Die letzten 30 Beiträge

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23.03.16 19:00:15
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22.03.16 21:07:15
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.266.696 von Zutra am 25.03.11 14:22:22naja ich denke derzeit sind schnelle 100% für manche nicht genug...
so wie man derzeit vom markt verwöhnt wird im sektor.

schade dass ich hier nicht rein bin damals... brauch grad echt nur nen wert anzuschauen dann hebt er ab. minenhausse wie lange nicht mehr seit jahresanfang :eek:
22.03.16 20:05:35
Beitrag Nr. 34
der laden kommt ins laufen, aber glaube eher dem hype geschuldet!
15.11.15 20:21:32
Beitrag Nr. 33
268 Mios Capex is ne menge holz
ansonsten nicht so ganz schlecht der laden.
12.10.15 20:00:52
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25.08.14 12:48:36
Beitrag Nr. 31
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.551.120 von Rioluihui am 19.08.14 09:01:09
joooo - wundre mich auch, daß es hier SOOO ruhig ist :rolleyes:

nach jüngsten TOP- ergebnissen gehts bei hohem vol. von einem jahreshoch
zum nächsten.........

Critical Elements test shows 96% Li2CO3 recovery at Rose

2014-08-05 10:52 ET - News Release

Mr. Jean-Sebastien Lavallee reports


Critical Elements Corp.'s laboratory-scale hydrometallurgical testing is in progress at the SGS Minerals Services laboratory in Lakefield, Ont., as part of the feasibility study of the Rose lithium-tantalum project.

The testing is a continuation of those made previously at the ACME met laboratory in Vancouver, as part of the PEA.........


SK vom vergangenen freitag....cad 0,38

19.08.14 09:01:09
Beitrag Nr. 30
schlafen hier alle???

in letzter zeit gab es spitzennews...ist auch am kurs zu sehen:)
23.05.13 00:35:36
Beitrag Nr. 29
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.045.214 von Rioluihui am 21.01.13 15:50:18miningweekly.com, 17th May 2013

Meanwhile, in Canada, project developer Critical Elements is progressing with development of a new high-purity lithium and tantalum mine in Quebec. The Rose mine will be a significant new North American source of the two metals – which are also in high demand despite not being rare earths, but which are critical in technological applications.

Tantalum is a sought-after metal used in microelectronics such as medical devices and other industrial applications.

MacDonald pointed out that global tantalum supply has also been significantly impacted by the recent passing of the US Dodd-Frank Act and new guidelines at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, which bar companies from using tantalum that was illegally mined in Central Africa.

This has driven up demand for new sources of tantalum that are ‘conflict-free’.

“This mine, when in production, will provide a much-needed supply of ethical tantalum in a market that has not seen a new tantalum mine developed in almost 30 years,” Critical Elements president and CEO Jean-Sébastien Lavallée told Mining Weekly.

21.01.13 15:50:18
Beitrag Nr. 28
danke video...!!!

habe es gerade vorhin bei canada lithium gelesen.

hoffe, die lächerliche marktkap. gehört hier bald der vergangenheit an.

was meinst du?
21.01.13 11:22:23
Beitrag Nr. 27
Painting a rosy picture of lithium and tantalum

by Frik Els | January 17, 2013

03.01.13 19:45:01
Beitrag Nr. 26
Public Comments Invited on Critical Elements' Rose Mining Project

By Midnight Trader | December 27, 2012, 11:20:32 AM EDT

Public Notice

Rose Mining Project
Federal Funding Available

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency | December 27, 2012

02.01.13 16:44:55
Beitrag Nr. 25
"Critical Elements eyes path to production"

DAILY NEWS Oct 19, 2012

“You know when you find a mine in your life, you are lucky,” says Jean-Sébastien Lavallée, president and CEO of Critical Elements (CRE-V), which is advancing a bankable feasibility study on the Rose tantalum-lithium project in the James Bay area of northern Quebec.

Lavallée, a third-generation miner and geologist by training, is striving for that good fortune by putting the property that he vended to Critical Elements in 2009 through his family-owned Val d’Or-based consulting firm into production as early as mid-2014.

Believing so much so in the prospect, Lavallée, who joined Critical Elements, formerly known as First Gold Exploration, as a director in 2009, took over the company’s reins a year later and subsequently recruited new technical muscle to steer the project forward.

Over the past three years Critical Elements has drilled over 26,000 metres, published two resource calculations, a preliminary economic assessment (PEA), and is finalizing an environmental impact study and offtake discussions, enthuses Lavallée.

Confident with the PEA released last November, the junior jumped straight into a feasibility study, so it could quickly bring the project on stream and benefit from the rising demand in tantalum and lithium.

The company states that in the past year there has been a growth in demand for battery-grade material in the hybrid/electric vehicles, electronics and energy storage markets owing to renewable energy policies in China, Japan and the United States.

The current spot price in China for battery-grade lithium carbonate ranges from US$6,290 to US$6,600 per tonne, up from the US$6,000-price used in the company’s 2011 PEA.

There is also a growing need for tantalum as laws, such as the recent U.S. Dodd-Frank Act, forbid companies from using tantalum that was illegally extracted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, or adjoining countries, increasing the appetite for ethically-sourced or “conflict free” tantalum, explains Lavallée.

Once in production, the company says the Rose mine should be “the first new significant producer of tantalum in over 20 years.”

According to the PEA, the 4,600-tonne-per-day open-pit operation should deliver 452,000 tonnes of lithium carbonate and 3.5-million lbs. of Ta2O5 over its estimated 17-year life.

The mine carries an after-tax internal rate of return of 25% and a net present value of $279 million using an 8% discount and prices of US$118 per lb. Ta2O5 and US$6,000 per tonne lithium carbonate.

The project hosts 26.5 million tonnes of 0.98% Li2O and 163 ppm Ta2O5 in indicatedand 10.7 million tonnes of 0.86% Li2O and 145 ppm Ta2O5 in inferred.

Critical Elements aims to wrap up the feasibility study by the first quarter of 2013 and start construction by the middle of that year, with production targeted for mid-2014 or mid-2015, says Lavallée.

Meanwhile, it is arranging project financing for the $268-million project and is finalizing offtake agreements with lithium carbonate and tantalite buyers.

Lavallée estimates the contract for tantalum should be in place in the next two to three months and for lithium within six months.

While the offtake agreements should cover a portion of the project’s start-up costs, the company anticipates receiving some funding from the provincial government.

“We’ve got big support from the Quebec government. We have been working with the Quebec government for two years to prepare project financing and expect to get some debt from them,” says Lavallée.

He adds the project is well-located, with access to road and power. “So we are very lucky with this project.”

Lavallée and his father, who heads the family consulting business and isn’t part of Critical Elements, together own 12 million shares or 11% of the junior.

The company recently closed at 23¢, within a 52-week range of 9¢-27.5¢. It has 110.7 million shares outstanding.

17.09.12 22:12:07
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.594.795 von hbg55 am 12.09.12 12:32:24:eek::eek:

....uuuuund der wochenanfang sieht schon mal ganz verheissungsvoll aus, nachdem
unser baby auf TH den handel beschlieszt..........

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12.09.12 12:32:24
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.591.744 von hbg55 am 11.09.12 18:34:14:eek::eek:

.....mit nachfolg. meldung rundet sich jüngste entwicklung schööööön UP
und weckt hoffnungen auf MEHR..........

Critical Elements Corporation is Proud to Name Ron MacDonald as Executive Chairman and to Benefit From his Asia Battery Expertise

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Sept. 11, 2012) - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX VENTURE:CRE) (OTCQX:CRECF) (FRANKFURT:F12) is proud to name Ron MacDonald as the Company's Executive Chairman and thus advance off-take negotiations.

Mr. Macdonald is well known within the global green energy and emerging battery storage industries, particularly for his knowledge of the rising demand for the Asian markets. He has spoken internationally on the demand drivers in these markets and has been working to secure the key components required to feed this growing requirement.

Mr. MacDonald has also developed a close working relationship with the end users of these commodities, which gives Critical Elements Corporation a distinct advantage in advancing its large Quebec-based Lithium-Tantalum deposit toward production.............


11.09.12 18:34:14
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.590.387 von hbg55 am 11.09.12 14:24:25

bei solch einer unterstützung darf man gespannt sein, wie sich kurs
weiter entwickelt.......

akt.....cad 0,205

11.09.12 14:24:25
Beitrag Nr. 21
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.581.134 von hbg55 am 07.09.12 19:51:48.....und nach CEO kauft nun auch ein weiterer insider im public market

As of 11:59pm ET September 10th, 2012

Filing Date Transaction Date Insider Name Ownership Type Securities Nature of transaction # or value acquired or disposed of Price

Sep 10/12 Sep 7/12 Robert, Michel Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 17,800 $0.205

Sep 3/12 Aug 30/12 Lavallée, Jean-Sébastien Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 100,000 $0.165


07.09.12 19:51:48
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.265.874 von hbg55 am 25.03.11 12:06:13

mit bisherigem TH von 0,215 standen wir sogar schon kurz vorm jahreshoch.....

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07.09.12 19:48:29
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.533.347 von Wellaflex am 25.08.12 17:27:10
.....nunja, nach solch pos. PR ists nicht so gaaaaanz überraschend ;)

Critical Elements: SECOR Recommends the Rose Site as the Location of the Lithium Carbonate Secondary Processing Plant

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Aug. 30, 2012) - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX VENTURE:CRE)(OTCQX:CRECF)(FRANKFURT:F12) is pleased to report on the results of the location study confirming the Rose property as the most favourable site for the construction of its secondary transformation plant to produce lithium carbonate. The full study will be included in the final feasibility report, and will be available once the feasibility study is complete. Critical Elements Corporation is presently conducting a feasibility study on the construction of a mine and a processing plant to feed a secondary transformation plant that will produce lithium carbonate destined primarily for the manufacturing of batteries for electric cars, as well as for the energy storage market (electric, wind, solar and hydraulic power).

SECOR was retained by Critical Elements Corporation to conduct a location study for its future carbonate processing plant for its Rose mining project. More specifically, SECOR was to determine whether there were other possible locations for the lithium carbonate secondary transformation plant than the Rose site.......


25.08.12 17:27:10
Beitrag Nr. 18
Sieht so aus als ob wieder Bewegung bei den Lithium-Playern.
Das hat sicher auch etwas mit dem Buyout der Kanadischen Talison Lithium zu tun. Sehen wir mal was die Zukunft bringen wird.

29.02.12 13:01:14
Beitrag Nr. 17
PRESS RELEASES 2/28/2012 1:15:00 PM | Marketwire News
Critical Elements Corporation: Strategic Analysis Linked to Rollout of Secondary Carbonate Processing Plant for the Rose Mining Project
February 28, 2012 - 01:15:00 PM MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Feb. 28, 2012) - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX VENTURE:CRE)(OTCQX:CRECF)(FRANKFURT:F12) is actively working on development of the Rose mining project, which includes construction of a primary processing plant as well as a secondary processing plant for lithium carbonate. The planning process for the latter facility is well underway and Critical Elements is planning rollout of the lithium carbonate secondary processing plant.

Critical Elements therefore has commissioned SECOR to conduct a strategic analysis linked to rollout of the secondary processing plant. SECOR will work in conjunction with the Critical Elements management team to determine the key factors for success and the optimal framework for operating the plant. The findings of this analysis will be available to Critical Elements senior management in May 2012.

Jean-Sebastien Lavallee, President & CEO of Critical Elements, is very pleased with this joint initiative: "We want the Rose project to become a driving force in wealth creation for Quebec, especially for the local communities that will host our operations, as well as for our employees and shareholders. The Rose mining project will benefit from SECOR's experience and from its team in the Quebec and international mining sectors."


Founded in Quebec more than 35 years ago, SECOR is the largest independent strategic consulting firm in Canada. The company's mission is to support management teams making strategic decisions that will have a major impact on success of their organization. With recognition for its unique approach to strategy in both the private and public sectors, SECOR has consistently earned distinction for its concern with and ability to identify the major strategic issues of an organization or industry, while factoring in the organizational, economic and financial impact resulting from the directions chosen.
23.02.12 17:23:23
Beitrag Nr. 16
PRESS RELEASES 2/23/2012 10:44:01 AM | Marketwire News
Critical Elements Corporation: Annual Meeting
February 23, 2012 - 10:44:01 AM MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Feb. 23, 2012) - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX VENTURE:CRE)(OTCQX:CRECF)(FRANKFURT:F12) is pleased to cordially invite you to its annual and special meeting of shareholders. The meeting will be held March 9, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the Saint-James Club, 1145 Union Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, for the following purposes:

-- To submit to the shareholders the Company's financial statements for the
fiscal year ended August 31, 2011, as well as the related auditor's

-- To elect the directors of the Company;

-- To appoint the Company's auditors and authorize the board of directors
to fix their remuneration;

-- Approval of the shareholders' rights plan; and

-- To consider any other matter that might properly come before the
05.01.12 19:28:25
Beitrag Nr. 15
Critical Elements names MacDonald as director

2012-01-05 11:18 ET - News Release

Mr. Jean-Sebastien Lavallee reports


Critical Elements Corp. has appointed Ron MacDonald as a director of the company and Mark Baggio as a consultant.

Mr. MacDonald is a graduate of Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S. He spent two years as senior assistant to the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister and two years as Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Government in the Senate of Canada. From 1988 to 1997, Mr. MacDonald was the Member of Parliament for Halifax, N.S., during which time he was appointed by the Prime Minister of Canada as Parliamentary Secretary of International Trade. In 1997 to 2002, Mr. MacDonald was president and chief executive officer of the Council of Forest Industries, the largest lumber manufacturing, grading and marketing group, during which time he became a founding member and director of Canada Wood, which developed wood markets in China, Korea, India and Japan. From 2003 to 2006, he was senior adviser, international market development, to the president and chief executive officer of Canfor Ltd., Canada's largest lumber manufacturer.

In 2006, Mr. MacDonald became president and chief executive officer of Cansource International, a natural-resource-focused international marketing and strategic management consultancy. He currently acts in the capacity of vice-chairman of American Vanadium and senior council, global markets, for Commerce Resources Ltd., as well as strategic political adviser to Western Potash. Mr. MacDonald has been a contributing member of the OECD committee developing international guidelines for tantalum end-users, as well as a member of the EICC committee developing guidelines for its global tantalum smelter verification program. Mr. MacDonald has also been a contributor to the EU Commission Framework 7 policy paper on scarcity of strategic minerals and a presenter at conferences in the United States, Canada and Asia on critical, strategic and rare earth markets.

Mr. Baggio founded Cansource Marketing, a company specialized in global strategic advice, governance and marketing services to unique natural resource companies, in 2006. Since then, he has provided advice to British Columbia-based lumber corporations with the aim of building international markets and international product-expansion initiatives. He has also developed and implemented a very successful global marketing program for a major Canadian fishery.

In the last four years, he has worked extensively in the rare and critical resource space, developing and implementing global market and financing programs for Canadian mining companies. As an independent consultant and representative of companies with unique assets, Mr. Baggio has introduced, presented and negotiated for clients in international forums, symposiums and to the Asian financial community, assisting in arranging investment capital. He has also been a member of the OECD committee that developed the new international due diligence guidelines, as well as contributing to the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) committee dealing with ethical sourcing of materials used in its product production.

"With their many years of experience, Ron MacDonald and Mark Baggio add solid international market expertise and a broad network of contacts to Critical Elements Corp.," said Jean-Sebastien Lavallee, company president and chief executive officer. "Their work experience in many industries, including critical metals, will contribute greatly the company's growth."

Mr. MacDonald and Mr. Baggio will each receive 500,000 stock options of the company. Each option entitles its holder to acquire one share of the company at 15 cents for a five-year period.

Critical Elements also announces that the preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its 100-per-cent-owned Rose tantalum-lithium deposit located in the James Bay area of Northern Quebec will be deposited on SEDAR today.

HKDP Communications and public affairs

The company is also pleased to announce that it has appointed public relations firm HKDP Communications and public affairs to provide it with media relations support. HKDP is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hill & Knowlton, a world leader in public affairs and communications. The agreement include a monthly basis fee of $4,500.
28.07.11 19:07:48
Beitrag Nr. 14
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.857.688 von hbg55 am 28.07.11 11:35:22auf jeden fall ist es eine basis-verbesserung, hier könnte noch was gehen, also ein doppler von dem jetzigen niveau müsste dieses jahr noch drin sein!
28.07.11 11:35:22
Beitrag Nr. 13
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.857.216 von nicolani am 28.07.11 10:28:39guuuuut denkbar............denn nach gestrigem res.- UPDATE des ROSE deposits schauts
immmmer besser aus.............

Critical Elements: The Rose Deposit is One of the Largest Resources of "Conflict Free" Tantalum, With a New Indicated Resource of 26,500,000 Tonnes at 1.30% Li2O Eq or 0.98% Li2O, 163 ppm Ta2O5

Jul. 27, 2011 (Marketwire Canada) --

MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- CRITICAL ELEMENTS CORPORATION (TSX VENTURE:CRE) (OTCQX:CRECF) (FRANKFURT:F12) is pleased to report an update to the independent resource estimate for its Rose deposit, James Bay, Quebec.

The Rose deposit now consists of 26,500,000 tonnes of indicated resources containing 1.30% Li2O Equivalent (Eq) or 0.98% Li2O (259,700 tonnes of Li2O or 642,238 tonnes of Li2CO3 Eq), 163 ppm of Ta2O5 (9,514,317 pounds of Ta2O5) and 10,700,000 tonnes of inferred resources containing 1.14% Li2O Equivalent (Eq) or 0.86% Li2O (92,020 tonnes of Li2O or 227,565 tonnes of Li2CO3 Eq), 145 ppm Ta2O5 (3,417,400 pounds of Ta2O5). The resource was compiled using a cut-off grade of 41$/t for the open pit model and 66$/t for the underground model (taking Li and Ta recovery into consideration) based on the current estimation of the resource and market conditions. The NI-43-101 compliant technical report will be available on SEDAR within the next 45 calendar days.

This new indicated resource represents an increase of 131% in tonnage, 129% in Ta2O5 and 69% in Li2O. The new inferred resources represent an increase of 393% in tonnage, 418% in Ta2O5 and 234 % in Li2O.

The current resource estimate demonstrates that the Rose deposit is one of the more important resources of "ethical" tantalum. The resources are contained in twenty-three (23) subhorizontal pegmatites, at and near surface. The thickness of the zones varies from 2m to 21m.

"With an indicated resource of 642,238 tonnes of lithium carbonate and 9,514,317 pounds "Conflict Free" of Ta2O5, Critical Elements have now the potential to become a major player at the global scale of supply of strategic elements.

There is an excellent potential to increase the size of the deposit at Rose itself and at the nearby additional showings on the Rose property, considerably and quickly", stated Jean- Sébastien Lavallée, President & CEO of Critical Elements Corporation.

Highlights of the 43-101 property report, prepared by InnovExplo Inc., independent consulting firm include the following: ................


28.07.11 10:28:39
Beitrag Nr. 12
jetzt geht's los!!
06.04.11 15:00:09
Beitrag Nr. 11
MARCH 30, 2011 - MONTREAL, QUEBEC - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX.V: CRE) (US OTCQX: CRECF) (FSE: F12) is pleased to announce that it has closed of a non-brokered private placement for an additional $150,000, bringing the total financing to $1,624,200 (see press release dated March 4, 2011 and March 18, 2011).

The Company issued 500,000 common share units at a subscription price of $0.30 per unit for total gross proceeds of $150,000. Each unit consists of one common share priced at $0.30 and half a warrant. Each warrant entitles its holder to purchase one common share of the Company at $0.45 for a 12-month period following the closing of the private placement.

The common shares are subject to a four-month hold period from closing.

The proceeds of this private placement will be used for working capital and/or property development purposes.

The Company has sufficient funds to complete the prefeasibility study and continue its efforts to increase the resource on the Rose project. An exploration program is also planned for its projects in British Columbia.

Form more information, contact:
Jean-Sébastien Lavallée, P.Geo
President and CEO
819 824-2425

25.03.11 14:22:22
Beitrag Nr. 10
falsches Forum ?
25.03.11 12:06:13
Beitrag Nr. 9
nunja......mit namens- änderung hat sich, zumindest bislang, KEINE positive
kurs- entwicklung eingestellt :(

SK gestern....cad 0,245

16.03.11 21:41:12
Beitrag Nr. 8
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Mr. Jean-Sebastien Lavallee reports


A new zone has been discovered in drilling on Critical Elements Corp.'s Rose deposit. The new zone is located stratigraphically above the southeast Rose zone, in its east-southeast extension. To date, 25 holes have been drilled on a 100-metre drill grid instead of the 50-metre grid used for earlier holes (LR-10-140 to LR-11-165, not included in the last resource estimate). All these holes intersected mineralized zone. This 100-metre drill grid will allow for a rapid increase in resources. The results obtained to date for these holes are shown in a table.


Hole From To width Li20 Ta2O5 BeO Rb Ga Cs
No. ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm
(m) (m) (m) (%) (g/t) (g/t) (g/t) (g/t) (g/t)

LR-11-144 110.05 119.65 9.60 0.91 136 348 2,447 64 101
131.40 137.45 6.05 1.17 82 385 1,730 64 69
LR-11-145 137.15 151.15 14.00 0.98 78 298 1,882 70 73
159.70 163.00 3.30 0.6 99 311 2,423 70 89
LR-11-146 140.10 147.55 7.45 0.28 136 281 3,058 67 96
162.85 175.90 13.05 1.47 100 494 2,306 61 62

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11.03.11 09:42:01
Beitrag Nr. 7
MARCH 9, 2011 - MONTREAL, QUEBEC - Critical Elements Corporation (TSX-V: CRE) (US OTCQX: CRECF) (FSE: F12) is pleased to announce that, subsequent to its recent name change, its stock symbol for the OTC Markets Group Inc. has been changed to CRECF. The new symbol is in effect as of today.

For more information, contact
Jean-Sébastien Lavallée, P.Geo
President and CEO

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