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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.940.716 von ToBeMe am 28.01.11 07:52:09Moin ToBeMe!

Wie wär´s mit einem Link? Wäre einfacher und vor allem übersichtlicher! Einfach irgendetwass per copy und paste hier reinzusetzen, zerschießt oft die Formatierung des Originals!

MfG
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.941.881 von Alkanivorax am 28.01.11 10:52:00Aber gerne doch! Dachte es wäre den Leuten lieber gleich die Nachricht zu lesen als da ewig rumzuklicken, aber ich stelle gerne den Link ein:

http://wotnews.com.au/announcement/Greenland_Minerals_&_Ener…
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verstehe nur nicht ganz, wieso das so negativ aufgenommen wird...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.943.060 von ToBeMe am 28.01.11 13:15:19Danke ToBeMe! Ich muss aber feststellen, dass du für die gruselige Formatierung gar nichts kannst... Wotnews scheint das Original auch einfach nur zu kopieren. Schon ein bißchen arm...:( Naja, was soll´s gibt ja noch die GGG-Homepage.

@Tabanaka: Das heutige Minus trifft alle RE-Explorer (zumindest ARU, GGG, LYC), die Nachricht von GGG ist daran nicht Schuld...

MfG
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.943.524 von Alkanivorax am 28.01.11 14:22:37... nehmt doch einfach das Orignal-Dokument, wenn man die Kopie nicht lesen kann:

28/01/2011 Quarterly Activities Report
http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20110128/pdf/41wf9lqyx50m7l.pdf

MfG, FaxenClown
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.944.192 von FaxenClown am 28.01.11 15:46:39Hallo Leute

Bin seit gerade eben zu 0,74 mal mit einer ersten Posi dabei.

:cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.944.192 von FaxenClown am 28.01.11 15:46:39Moin!

Was meinst du, was ich getan habe? :laugh: Wollte nur mal auf solche Problemchen hinweisen...

Bin übrigens sehr gespannt, inwieweit das Flow-sheet durch die momentan durchgeführten mineralogischen Untersuchungen verbessert werden kann, soll heißen, wie weit die Kosten gedrückt werden können.

MfG
Greenland Minerals & Energy Exploration Update
Tue, 1 Feb 2011 12:05:00 +1000 7 hours, 49 minutes ago

Company Announcement Tuesday February 1st, 2011 Greenland Minerals Awards Contracts for Key Social and Environmental Studies Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd (“GMEL” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that internationally‐recognised consultancy firms Grontmij/Carl Bro and Orbicon have been appointed to lead upcoming social and environmental impact assessments on the Kvanefjeld multi‐element project (rare earth elements, uranium, zinc). Both organizations have extensive experience working in Greenland, and have conducted background and baseline studies for GMEL on the Kvanefjeld project. The social and environmental impact assessments form critical components of a definitive feasibility study in Greenland.

Grontmij / Carl Bro is one of Europe’s largest consultancy groups that provide services across a wide range of disciplines including construction and infrastructure, energy and climate, and environment. Part of their Denmark‐based team specialises in social studies, specifically Social Impact Assessments (SIAs), and has a deep understanding of the social considerations of Greenland. Orbicon is a Danish consultancy firm that provides services in the fields of the environment and environmental technologies, and construction.

Orbicon’s structure is based on a recent merger between an environmental consultancy firm and a construction engineering company. The environmental arm of Orbicon specialises in the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for both land‐ and marine‐based projects. Orbicon has conducted studies for several mineral projects in Greenland, and has a strong understanding of the environmental considerations specific to Greenland.

Orbicon also has a strong working‐relationship with Greenland’s Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum (BMP), which is important in establishing the right protocols to meet the environmental requirements of individual projects. The BMP provide the guidelines for EIAs in Greenland. GMEL aims to meet the highest international social and environmental standards in developing a multi‐element mining operation at Kvanefjeld.

The Company looks forward to working with Greenland Minerals and Energy Limited PERTH: Unit 6| 100 Railway Road | Subiaco | WA | 6904 | Australia PO Box 2006| Subiaco | WA | 6904 | Australia Tel +618 9382 2322 Fax +618 9382 2788 ABN 85 118 463 004 LONDON: 16 Charles Street, Mayfair, London W1J 5EL GREENLAND: PO Box 156, Narsaq, Greenland 3921 both Grontmij / Carl Bro and Orbicon to establish the best possible development scenario’s for the Kvanefjeld project. Yours faithfully, Roderick McIllree Managing Director Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd Greenland Minerals and Energy Limited PERTH: Unit 6| 100 Railway Road | Subiaco | WA | 6904 | Australia PO ...

http://wotnews.com.au/announcement/Greenland_Minerals_&_Ener…
Greenland Minerals and Energy
Full Greenland Minerals and Energy profile here



Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd, is a mineral exploration and development company, focused on unlocking the mineral riches of Greenland, one of the world’s last natural resource frontiers. Our aim is simple; to identify large mineral deposits with the potential to underpin long term, economically robust mining operations. This is achieved through technically-focused exploration, aggressive resource development programs, and a strong understanding of the fundamentals that drive the business of mineral exploration and development globally.

Our flagship project is Kvanefjeld, a multi-element deposit located near the southwest tip of Greenland. Through focused exploration, Kvanefjeld is rapidly growing to become one to the world’s largest undeveloped deposits of rare earth elements, uranium and naturally occurring sodium fluoride, commodities with long term forecasts for strong demand increases.
Greenland Minerals and Energy awards contracts for key studies at Kvanefjeld
Tuesday, February 01, 2011 Greenland Minerals and Energy (ASX: GGG) has awarded contracts for key social and environmental studies on the Kvanefjeld multi‐element project (rare earth elements, uranium, zinc).

Grontmij/Carl Bro and Orbicon have been appointed to lead the upcoming social and environmental impact assessments, which form critical components of a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for the project in Greenland.

Both organizations are internationally recognised consultancy firms that have extensive experience working in Greenland, and have conducted background and baseline studies for GMEL on the Kvanefjeld project.

Part of Grontmij/Carl Bro's Denmark‐based team specialises in social studies, specifically Social Impact Assessments (SIAs), and has a deep understanding of the social considerations of Greenland.

The environmental arm of Orbicon specialises in the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for both land‐ and marine‐based projects, and has a strong understanding of the environmental considerations specific to Greenland.

Orbicon also has a strong working‐relationship with Greenland’s Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum (BMP), which provide the guidelines for EIAs in Greenland, and are important in establishing the right protocols to meet the environmental requirements of individual projects.

A 457 million tonne JORC Resource has already been defined at Kvanefjeld, which represents just a small percentage the broader Ilimaussaq ore field.

An interim report on the Kvanefjeld Pre-Feasibility Study, released in February 2010, indicated the potential for the multi-element resources to sustain a large-scale mining operation for decades.

In 2011 GMEL is planning on closing out the current Pre-Feasibility Study with a final report before commencing a DFS in the latter half of the year.

On December 22 Shaw Stockbroking put a BUY on Greenland Minerals & Energy with a A$2.50 target.


http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/13562/gr…
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