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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.561.840 von Isengrad am 04.05.20 23:46:50
Ein JV Partner wäre natürlich auch ein Weg, isengrad.

Vermutlich sogar der elegantere.

Aber auch der dürfte wesentlich an den Kupferpreisen hängen.

Während der Baisse waren viele größere Rohstoffkonzerne zunächst mit sich selbst beschäftigt.

Sinkende Rohstoffpreise zwangen zur Restrukturierung und Kostenreduktion.

Dies ist meines Erachtens auch ein Grund dafür, daß die Szene nicht antizyklisch agiert.

Aber diese Hausaufgaben dürften inzwischen gemacht sein.

Wie könnte ein solches JV und die Eckdaten für faire Konditionen dazu in etwas aussehen?
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Ja, es mag sein, daß der Verfall der Rohstoffpreise viele Firmen und deren Management auf dem falschen Fuß erwischt hat und diese dazu zwang, erstmal in der eigenen Firma für Ordnung zu sorgen.

In 2011 oder 2012 gab es nach meiner Erinnerung ein Übernahmeangebot zu 2,50 CAD oder gar USD für Candente. Keine Ahnung mehr, von wem. Aber das Angebot wurde von Candente als zu niedrig ausgeschlagen.

Zu der Frage. Es ist doch schon fraglich, ob Candente nur Norte oder alle drei in ein JC einbringt.

Da die Verarbeitungsanlage sehr groß sein muß und etwas zwischen 2 Mrd. USD und den Kosten des BER betragen kann, ist es aus meiner Sicht sinnvoll, wenn Candente alle drei Projekte einbringt in ein 50:50 JV, aber noch eine Ausgleichszahlung von z. B. 80 Mio USD bekommt, um weitere Bohrungen vornehmen zu können.

Meine Investemetnidee ist seit Jahren, daß Candente wohl ein Nachläufer im Rohstoffboom sein wird. Investoren werden erst bei höheren Rohstoffpreisen wieder verhandeln. Daher war seit 2016 meine Idee, bei Candente aufzustocken, wenn ich andere Aktien mit gutem Gewinn verkaufen konnte.

Sehr viel getan hat sich seit dem nicht. Aber den Gedanken, den ich damals schon einstellte, wollte ich noch mal zum Überdenken geben.
Isi
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Fortescue Acquires Strategic Interest In Candente Copper
May 22, 2020

Vancouver, British Columbia, May 22nd, 2020, Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT, BVL:DNT) ("Candente Copper” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Nascent Exploration Pty Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (collectively “Fortescue”) has increased its holding in Candente Copper from a 9.72% to a 19.92% interest by subscribing for 27,500,000 shares for gross proceeds of Cdn$1,375,000 through a non-brokered private placement (the “Private Placement”).

Fortescue is one of the largest global iron ore producers, recognised for its culture, innovation and industry-leading development of world class infrastructure and mining assets in Western Australia. Fortescue’s recent Australian exploration activity has focussed on early stage target generation for copper-gold in addition to its extensive iron ore deposits in Western Australia, while it simultaneously builds on its world-class exploration expertise, operational reputation and capability through exploration in highly prospective areas such as South America, including Peru, to deliver shareholder value.

“We are very pleased to have a recognized global leader in the mining industry as a strategic investor. Considering Fortescue’s cornerstone values including safety, protection of the environment and contributing to opportunities for local communities by working together, we believe they are a great fit to support Candente Copper and the Cañariaco project”, commented Joanne Freeze, CEO.

In addition to this placement, Fortescue will at its cost allocate two engineers to work on a part time joint technical committee with Candente Copper nominees, with a goal to identify the optimum strategy for the development of the Cañariaco project.

Fortescue was previously granted and retains the right to appoint one person as a director of Candente Copper as well as certain pre-emptive rights. These rights include anti-dilution rights as well as a Right of First Refusal on any debt financing or royalty or stream agreements on any of Candente Copper’s assets (but does not include an earn-in joint venture proposals). Details of such are given below.

The Private Placement comprises the sale of 27,500,000 common shares (the “Shares”) at a price of $0.05 per share to raise gross proceeds of Cdn$1,375,000. The gross proceeds of the Private Placement are to be used for general corporate purposes and to fund costs related to the Cañariaco Copper Project. The Shares will be subject to a statutory 4 month and one day hold period commencing the day of closing of the Private Placement.

Details on Rights Granted to Fortescue

In connection with the Private Placement, and provided that Fortescue beneficially owns or has the right to acquire not less than 5.0% of the issued and outstanding Common Shares of Candente Copper (on a diluted basis), Fortescue was granted the following:

the right (but not the obligation) to appoint one person as a director of Candente Copper;
the right (but not the obligation) to participate, on a pro rata basis, in any future equity financing of equity securities undertaken by Candente Copper to the extent required to allow Fortescue to maintain the same equity ownership interest (on a diluted basis) in Candente Copper that it possessed immediately prior to closing of the equity financing such that Fortescue does not suffer any equity dilution; and
if within two (2) years from the Closing Date of the Private Placement, Candente Copper receives a bona fide offer (a “Non-Equity Financing Offer”) from a third party to provide Candente Copper with any non-equity financing proposal including, but not limited to, debt financing or a royalty or stream for the purpose of funding the future exploration or development of any of Candente Copper’s assets (but for greater certainty does not include an earn-in joint venture proposal) and Candente Copper wishes to accept such Non-Equity Financing Offer, then Fortescue shall have the option to provide such Non-Equity Financing.
The Private Placement is subject to Candente Copper’s completion of its final filings with the Toronto Stock Exchange.

About Candente Copper

Candente Copper is a mineral exploration company engaged in acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. The Company is currently focused on its 100% owned Cañariaco project, which includes the Feasibility stage Cañariaco Norte deposit as well as the Cañariaco Sur deposit and Quebrada Verde prospect, located within the western Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes in the Department of Lambayeque in Northern Peru.



On behalf of the Board of Candente Copper Corp.

“Joanne C. Freeze” P.Geo.
President, CEO and Director
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For further information please contact:

“Joanne C. Freeze” P.Geo.
President, CEO and Director
Tel +1 604-689-1957
info@candentecopper.com
www.candentecopper.com

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Fortescue Metals ups stake in Candente Copper
Cecilia Jamasmie | May 22, 2020 | 9:00 am Exploration Markets Australia Latin America Copper
Fortescue Metals ups stake in Candente Copper
Cañariaco Norte copper project, 700 km northwest of Lima, Peru. (Image courtesy of Candente Copper.)
Australian iron ore major Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: FMG) has invested C$1.38-million ($984k) in Candente Copper (TSX: DNT), increasing its stake in the Canadian junior to 19.92%.

Through wholly-owned subsidiary Nascent Exploration, Fortescue has subscribed for 27.5-million at C$0.05 apiece in Candente, which owns a series of copper assets in Peru. Those include Cañariaco Norte, a large scale open-pit project, on the western side of the Peruvian Andes.

CANDENTE OWNS A SERIES OF COPPER ASSETS IN PERU, INCLUDING CAÑARIACO NORTE, A LARGE SCALE OPEN-PIT PROJECT

The world’s fourth-largest iron ore producer will allocate two engineers to work on a part-time joint technical committee with Candente’s staff, with a goal to identify the optimum strategy for the development of Cañariaco.

Fortescue was previously granted and retains the right to appoint one person as a director of Candente Copper, as well as certain preemptive rights. These rights include anti-dilution rights and a right-of-first refusal on any debt financing or royalty or stream agreements on any of Candente Copper’s assets.

The Cañariaco project has 7.5 billion pounds of measured and inferred resources and 1.4 billion pounds of inferred resources at 0.3% copper cutoff. The project also has 1.97 million ounces of gold and 54 million ounces of silver.

The mine is expected to produce 262 million pounds of copper, 39,000 ounces of gold, and 911,000 ounces of silver annually, over an initial 22-year life.

Last trading at C$0.07 on the Toronto exchange Friday, Candente Copper shares are up almost 7% for the day and 30% over the last 12 months. They have more than doubled in value so far this year.

Beyond iron ore
In the past two years, Fortescue has been looking to broaden its portfolio beyond iron ore. The miner has largely focused on early-stage copper-gold deposits both in Australia and South America.

Last year, it secured a farm-in and JV agreement with Tasman Resources over the Vulcan iron oxide-copper-gold-uranium (IOCGU) prospect, around 30 km north of BHP’s Olympic Dam mine, in South Australia.

Fortescue entered the Argentinean market in 2018 with the acquisition of an exploration company. It is also actively exploring the Santa Ana concession in Ecuador since April 2019 and has recently completed its first 3,500m drilling program in the search for copper.

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Fortescue Metals stockt als strategischer Investor seine Beteiligung in Candente von 10 auf 20 % auf.

2 Ingenieure werden abgestellt, um zusammen mit Candente die optimale Entwicklung von Canariaco zu ermitteln.

Es tut sich etwas. Ich werte diese news als positiv.

Sie schafft Vertrauen und weist auf den Willen hin, Canariaco endlich weiter zu entwickeln und voranzutreiben.

Klar, keiner schätzt Verwässerung.

Aber das Projekt Canariaco hat mit Norte, Sur und höchstwahrscheinlich Verde gleich drei nahe beieinander liegende Porphyry Systeme.

Vor dem Hintergrund, daß Norte ein konservatives NPV von 922 Milliarden USD (using US$2.25 copper and an 8% discount rate) aufweist und mit Sur eine potentielle Verdoppelung der Resourcen zu erwarten ist und mit Verde höchstwahrscheinlich eine weitere bedeutsame Steigerung der Resourcen erfolgen wird, ist eine Verwässerung eher zu verschmerzen, als wenn es nur um Norte allein ginge.
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