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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.734.693 von jogii am 07.05.15 19:11:44
Zitat von jogii: Würd gerne noch nachlegen und meinen neuen Plateau Bestand etwas runder machen ;) hab aber immer noch die gesperrten Macusani Aktien im Depot :(

Wie erstellt man hier ein neuen Threat mit dem neuen Namen oder kann man den alten einfach umbenennen?


zum nachkaufen -würde ich definitv nicht machen, das ist Deine Entscheidung


zum Thread -Umbenennungen oder Verknüpfungen mit der Aktie lassen sich glaube ich über den MOD regeln
ansonsten könnte man auch einen ganz neuen aufmachen
sehe ich aber eigentlich keinen richtigen Grund zu
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.698.156 von Popeye82 am 03.05.15 17:30:04
Zitat von Popeye82: also meiner Auffassung nach ist es so dass sie "eigentlich" eine richtig, richtig gute Arbeit gemacht haben
sie haben eines der größten -im eeetwas weiteren Kreis- existierenden Uranvorkommen nachgewiesen, das Plateau nach und nach konsolidiert, m.E.n. noch immenses weiteres Explorrationspotenzial



here we go, again

die Erhöhung sollte eigentlich hauptsächlich, "nur", auf dem Zusammenschluss der Firmen beruhen
theoretisches Upsidepotenzial könnte meiner Meinung nach bei mehreren 100,000,000 Pfund liegen
da dürften sie aber nicht die Mittel haben, um das, riiichtig, anzugehen

so würde ich mal auf irgendwas zwischen 100,000,000 bis 200,000,000 Pfund tippen
zumindest in absehbarer Zeit
kopieren macht sich schlecht, bei Bedarf den Link nehmen

Plateau Uranium Significantly Increases Resources in Peru -to 124,000,000 Ibs @~250ppm U3O8 I/I, Paves way for improved Preliminary Economic Assessment update, in Q3 '15 - May 7, 2015
www.plateauuranium.com/news/pr6may2015.pdf

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 6, 2015) - Plateau Uranium Inc. (formerly Macusani Yellowcake Inc.) ("Plateau Uranium" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:PLU)(QG1.F) is pleased to announce a significant increase to the mineral resource estimates previously reported for its uranium properties located on the Macusani Plateau in the Puno District of southeastern Peru. Following acquisition of the Minergia projects from Azincourt Uranium in September 2014, the updated mineral resource estimates have now integrated all existing uranium deposit information into a consistent platform. Removing former property boundaries has led to an increased three dimensional understanding of the ore bodies and improved interpretation of the geologic controls on the distribution of mineralization within the deposits. The individual deposits have been grouped into 'complexes' based on proximity and deposit characteristics. The mineral resource estimates have been prepared independently by The Mineral Corporation of South Africa. An updated technical report will be filed on SEDAR within 45 days.


Highlights of Mineral Resource Estimates, by Category

The consolidated mineral resource estimates, based on a 75 ppm U cut-off grade, are as follows:


- Indicated: 95.19 M tonnes grading 248 ppm U3O8, containing 51.9 M lbs U3O8 (23.549 M kg U3O8)
- Inferred: 130.02 M tonnes grading 251 ppm U3O8, containing 72.1 M lbs U3O8 (32.708 M kg U3O8)


The consolidated mineral resource estimates, based on a 200 ppm U cut-off grade, are as follows:

- Indicated: 33.47 M tonnes grading 445 ppm U3O8, containing 32.8 M lbs U3O8 (14.893 M kg U3O8)
- Inferred: 41.62 M tonnes grading 501 ppm U3O8, containing 45.9 M lbs U3O8 (20.869 M kg U3O8)


Ted O'Connor, CEO of Plateau Uranium, commented: "The mineral resource update is the first major milestone delivered since the consolidation of the Macusani Plateau uranium projects in the fall of 2014. The new resource estimates put Plateau Uranium into a select and special group of uranium developers. This resource is the product of five corporate transactions over eight years, resulting in a consolidated Macusani Plateau uranium district. I congratulate all those involved in Plateau Uranium and its predecessor companies for persevering through difficult market conditions to reach this success. The new mineral resources have exceeded our expectations, and strengthened our belief in the potential of this emerging uranium district as a future source of low-cost uranium. This potential is further enhanced by the increase in grade and substantial uranium resources available at higher cut-off grades. The Company's next planned milestones are to update the Preliminary Economic Assessment, advance uranium production permitting discussions with the Peruvian authorities, as well as return to active delineation and exploration drilling later this year. We believe that the uranium market is in the early stages of its inevitable long term recovery, and we are positioning Plateau Uranium to capitalize on uranium's bright future."


Mineral Resource Estimates - Summary
Mineral Resources at
75 ppm U cut-off Indicated Inferred
Tonnes
(Mt) Grade
(ppm U3O8) Contained lbs
(Mlbs U3O8) Tonnes
(Mt) Grade
(ppm U3O8) Contained lbs
(Mlbs U3O8)
Kihitian Complex(1) 47.7 Mt 261 ppm
(0.575 lbs/t) 27.4 Mlbs 83.6 Mt 273 ppm
(0.600 lbs/t) 50.3 Mlbs
Isivilla Complex(2) 4.6 Mt 350 ppm
(0.770 lbs/t) 3.5 Mlbs 16.1 Mt 293 ppm
(0.645 lbs/t) 10.4 Mlbs
Corani Complex(3) 3.4 Mt 166 ppm
(0.366 lbs/t) 1.3 Mlbs 6.1 Mt 131 ppm
(0.288 lbs/t) 1.8 Mlbs
Colibri 2 & 3 / Tupuramani(4) 27.9 Mt 240 ppm
(0.529 lbs/t) 14.7 Mlbs 20.4 Mt 170 ppm
(0.374 lbs/t) 7.7 Mlbs
Corachapi(5) 11.6 Mt 195 ppm
(0.430 lbs/t) 5.0 Mlbs 3.8 Mt 230 ppm
(0.507 lbs/t) 1.9 Mlbs
Total 95.2 Mt 248 ppm
(0.546 lbs/t) 51.9 Mlbs 130.0 Mt 251 ppm
(0.553 lbs/t) 72.1 Mlbs

All Resources stated at 75 ppm U cut-off. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. In addition, the mineral resource estimates could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.

(1) Kihitian Complex includes the Chilcuno Chico, Quebrada Blanca, Tuturumani and Tantamaco deposits
(2) Isivilla Complex includes the Isivilla, Calvario Real, Puncopata and Calvario I deposits
(3) Corani Complex includes the Calvario II, Calvario III and Nueva Corani deposits
(4) Colibri 2 & 3 and Tupuramani remain unchanged, last updated August 14, 2013
(5) Corachapi remains unchanged, last updated September 8, 2010


The Mineral Corporation has also completed the resource estimate at various cut-off grades in addition to the 75 ppm U cut-off presented above. Employing higher cut-off grades increases the average grade in percentage terms more substantially that the decrease in contained resources (see 200 ppm cut-off table in sensitivity section below).

For example, at 200 ppm U cut-off, the average grade increases by over 80%, while the contained uranium resources decreases by only approximately 36%. In the updated Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") work planned, the effect of employing higher cut-off grades will be studied to optimize the already favourable production cash cost potential published in the January 2014 PEA study (US$20.57/lb U3O8 produced).


Detailed Mineral Resource Estimates

Updated mineral resource estimates have been completed by The Mineral Corporation for the Kihitian Complex, which includes the Chilcuno Chico, Quebrada Blanca, Tuturumani and Tantamaco deposits; the Isivilla Complex which includes the Isivilla, Calvario Real, Puncopata and Calvario I deposits; and the Corani Complex which includes the Calvario II, Calvario III and Nueva Corani deposits. The mineral resources for Corachapi, Colibri II-III and Tupuramani were not updated. The Qualified Person has visited the Macusani area uranium deposits on a number of occasions, most recently in May 2013. (Please see Figure 1 - Macusani Plateau Location Map, below)


The Kihitian Complex

The mineral resources for the Chilcuno Chico and Quebrada BlancaBlanca deposits were previously estimated by The Mineral Corporation using ordinary kriging within a constrained wireframe as a two dimensional model. Mineral resources for the Tantamaco and Tuturamani deposits were previously estimated by Henkle and Associates (2014) using a polygonal estimation technique as a two dimensional model.

The Mineral Corporation has visited the Chilcuno Chico and Quebrada Blanca deposits, and has relied on the site visit findings and the data presented by Henkle and Associates for the Tantamaco and Tuturumani deposits. The Tantamaco and Tuturumani deposits are found to have the same geological setting and style of mineralization as those of Chilcuno Chico and Quebrada Blanca, however, the far larger overall footprint has allowed for a greater understanding of the geometry of the uranium mineralization.

The mineral resource estimates are based on 136 boreholes drilled on the Chilcuno Chico and Quebrada Blanca deposits, and 128 boreholes drilled on Tuturumani and Tantamaco, amounting to 50,108.5m of diamond drilling. Sampling was carried out at varying sampling intervals in order to preserve the sample integrity of higher grade locations. All samples were vertically composited to create 1.5m "bench composites" that were used throughout the estimation process.

The estimation methodology employed was Multiple Indicator Kriging ("MIK") of two mineralized zones A and B, that are oriented sub-parallel to the basal mineralization surface. Dynamic anisotropy, which allows the rotation of search volume and variogram models for each cell in the model, was applied to honour the slightly dipping trend of the mineralization. A block model of 50m X 50m X 3m was employed in well informed areas, and 100m X 100m X 3m in less well informed areas, thus catering to both potential surface and underground exploitation scenarios. In The Mineral Corporation's experience, this methodology honours both the highly skewed distribution of the uranium grades and the conceptual geometry of the mineralization model.

Indicated and Inferred mineral resource classification for the Kihitian Complex were considered based on the data quality, data spacing and geostatistical confidence.


The identified mineral resources for the Kihitian complex are as follows:
Metric units Imperial units
Prospect Resource
Category Tonne
(000s) U grade
(ppm) U3O8Content
(000s kg) Ton
(000s) U3O8Content
(Mlb) U3O8Grade
(lb/ton)
Chilcuno Chico Indicated 34,840 218 8,972 38,405 19.78 0.52
Chilcuno Chico Inferred 30,995 294 10,751 34,166 23.70 0.69
Quebrada Blanco Indicated 5,509 279 1,814 6,073 4.00 0.66
Quebrada Blanco Inferred 13,436 269 4,264 14,811 9.40 0.63
Tuturamani Inferred 3,300 146 569 3,638 1.25 0.34
Tantamaco Indicated 7,393 191 1,661 8,150 3.66 0.45
Tantamaco Inferred 35,849 172 7,251 39,517 15.98 0.40

TOTAL INDICATED 47,743 221 12,447 52,627 27.44 0.52
TOTAL INFERRED 83,581 232 22,834 92,132 50.34 0.55

Notes: Minor discrepancies due to rounding may occur. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. In addition, the mineral resource estimates could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.
There are currently no known risks that could materially affect potential development.

Evaluator: The Mineral Corporation, April 2015
Density: 1.98 t/m3, cut-off 75 ppm U


Isivilla Complex

The Isivilla Complex comprises the Isivilla, Calvario Real, Puncopata and Calvario I deposits. The mineral resources for the Calvario I and Puncopata projects were estimated by The Mineral Corporation in 2012 as a two dimensional model and the Isivilla and Calvario Real deposits were estimated by Henckle and Associates in 2014 using a polygonal estimation technique as a two dimensional model.

The Mineral Corporation briefly visited the Calvario I deposit in 2013 and has relied on the site visit findings and the data presented by Henkle and Associates for the Isivilla and Calvario Real deposits. The Isivilla and Calvario Real deposits are found to have the same geological setting and style of mineralization as those of Calvario I and Puncopata, however, the far larger overall footprint has allowed for a greater understanding of the geometry of the uranium mineralization.

The estimates are informed by 11,783.5m of drilling, including 141 diamond boreholes drilled from sets of drill lines and fanned platforms. The spacing of the drilling ranges from as close as 250m to greater than 500m. Sampling was carried out at varying intervals in order to preserve the sample integrity of higher grade locations. All samples were vertically composited to create 1.5m "bench composites" that were used throughout the estimation process.

As with the Kihitian complex, the mineral resources were estimated using MIK of two mineralized zones A and B oriented sub-parallel to the basal mineralization surface via the employment of the dynamic anisotropy function in Datamine. Similar variography and block modelling was employed as at Kihitian and the resultant models are considered by The Mineral Corporation to honour both the highly skewed distribution of uranium grades and the conceptual geometry of the mineralization model.

The mineral resource classification was considered based on a combination of data quality, data spacing and geostatistical confidence. Indicated and Inferred mineral resources were defined for the Isivilla deposit. The Calvario I and Puncopata deposits have been classified as Inferred, on the basis that the sampling data has not been adequately validated, has minimal analytical quality assurance support, notwithstanding that the geostatistical confidence generates a higher classification category for these deposits. The sample spacing at the Calvario Real deposit is only considered acceptable for the Inferred category.


The identified mineral resources for the Isivilla complex are as follows:
Metric units Imperial units
Deposit Resource
Category Tonne
(000s) U grade
(ppm) U3O8Content
(000s kg) Ton
(000s) U3O8Content
(Mlb) U3O8Grade
(lb/ton)
Isivilla Indicated 4,568 296 1,597 5,035 3.52 0.70
Isivilla Inferred 7,396 295 2,573 8,153 5.67 0.70
Puncopata Inferred 5,923 216 1,506 6,529 3.32 0.51
Calvario I Inferred 1,679 268 531 1,851 1.17 0.63
Calvario Real Inferred 1,146 90 122 1,264 0.27 0.21
TOTAL INDICATED 4,568 296 1,597 5,035 3.52 0.70
TOTAL INFERRED 16,145 249 4 732 17,797 10.43 0.59

Notes: Minor discrepancies due to rounding may occur. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. In addition, the mineral resource estimates could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.
There are currently no known risks that could materially affect potential development.

Evaluator: The Mineral Corporation, April 2015
Density: 1.98 t/m3, cut-off 75 ppm U


Corani Complex

The mineral resources for the Nueva Corani deposit was estimated by Henkle and Associates using a polygonal method as a two dimensional model. The Mineral Corporation has undertaken an updated mineral resource estimate for the Nuevo Corani deposits as well as the Calvario II and III deposits.

None of the deposits have been visited by The Mineral Corporation and it relied on the site visit findings and the data presented by Henkle and Associates for the Nuevo Corani deposit. As at Kihitian and Isivilla, theses deposits are found to have a similar geologic setting and style of mineralization and the larger overall footprint of data has allowed for a greater understanding of the geometry of the uranium mineralization.

The mineral resources are based on 14,628m of diamond drilling carried out in 174 boreholes. Sampling was carried out at varying sample intervals in order to preserve the sample integrity of the higher grade locations. All samples were vertically composited to create 1.5m "bench composites" that were used throughout the estimation process.

As with Kihitian and Isivilla, the MIK method was employed to estimate the mineral resources of two mineralized zones A and B and oriented sub-parallel to the basal mineralization surface. Employment of the dynamic anisotropy function in Datamine was used. Similar variography and block modelling was employed as at Kihitian and Isivilla and the resultant models are considered by The Mineral Corporation to honour both the highly skewed distribution of uranium grades and the conceptual geometry of the mineralization model.

Mineral resource classification was based on a combination of data quality, data spacing and geostatistical confidence. Inferred and Indicated mineral resources were defined for the Nueva Corani deposit, however, as the Calvario II and Calvario III deposits have not been visited and were deemed to have insufficient analytical data quality, they have not been classified as a mineral resource.


The identified mineral resources are as follows:
Metric units Imperial units
Deposit Resource
Category Tonne
(000s) U grade
(ppm) U3O8Content
(000s kg) Ton
(000s) U3O8Content
(Mlb) U3O8Grade
(lb/ton)
Nuevo Corani Indicated 3.397 141 565 3.744 1.25 0.33
Nuevo Corani Inferred 6.112 111 799 6.737 1.76 0.26

Notes: Minor discrepancies due to rounding may occur. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. In addition, the mineral resource estimates could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.
There are currently no known risks that could materially affect potential development.

Evaluator: The Mineral Corporation, April 2015
Density: 1.98 t/m3, cut-off 75 ppm U


Mineral Resource Sensitivity

To allow the reader to gauge the sensitivity of the mineral resources at higher U ppm cut-offs the mineral resources above the 200 ppm U cut-off are provided in the following table.

Mineral Resources at
200 ppm U cut-off Indicated Inferred
Tonnes
(Mt) Grade
(ppm U3O8) Contained lbs
(Mlbs U3O8) Tonnes
(Mt) Grade
(ppm U3O8) Contained lbs
(Mlbs U3O8)
Kihitian Complex(1) 16.23 Mt 505 ppm
(1.11 lbs/t) 18.05 Mlbs 29.78 Mt 520 ppm
(1.15 lbs/t) 34.1 Mlbs
Isivilla Complex(2) 2.87 Mt 465 ppp
(1.02 lbs/t) 2.94 Mlbs 7.21 Mt 500 ppm
(1.10 lbs/t) 7.96 Mlbs
Corani Complex(3) 0.42 Mt 342 ppm
(0.75 lbs/t) 0.31 Mlbs 0.19 Mt 294 ppm
(0.648 lbs/t) 0.12 Mlbs
Colibri 2 & 3 / Tupuramani(4) 11.0 Mt 376 ppm
(0.828 lbs/t) 9.12 Mlbs 3.29 Mt 363 ppm
(0.8 lbs/t) 2.64 Mlbs
Corachapi(5) 2.94 Mt 372 ppm
(0.819 lbs/t) 2.41 Mlbs 1.14 Mt 443 ppm
(0.98 lbs/t) 0.89 Mlbs

Total 33.47 Mt 445 ppm
(0.98 lbs/t) 32.8 Mlbs 41.62 Mt 501 ppm
(1.10 lbs/t) 45.9 Mlbs

All Resources stated at 200 ppm U cut-off. Readers are cautioned that mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. In addition, the mineral resource estimates could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.

(1) Kihitian Complex includes the Chilcuno Chico, Quebrada Blanca, Tuturumani and Tantamaco deposits
(2) Isivilla Complex includes the Isivilla, Calvario Real, Puncopata and Calvario I deposits
(3) Corani Complex includes the Calvario II, Calvario III and Nueva Corani deposits
(4) Colibri 2 & 3 and Tupuramani remain unchanged, last updated August 14, 2013
(5) Corachapi remains unchanged, last updated September 8, 2010


Qualified Person

Mr. David Young, B.Sc. (Hons), FGSSA, FSAIMM, FAusIMM, Pr Sci Nat (No 400989/83) of The Mineral Corporation, South Africa, an independent geological consulting firm, is a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101, and has prepared or supervised the preparation of, or has reviewed and approved, the scientific and technical data contained in this release.


About The Mineral Corporation

The Mineral Corporation is based in Bryanston, Sandton (Johannesburg) South Africa and is a leading senior advisor to the international minerals business offering a broad range of services related to mineral exploration, mine development, and mine optimization across a diverse range of commodities and geographies. The Mineral Corporation has been working with the Company, and its predecessors, for over six years.


About Plateau Uranium

Plateau Uranium Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The Company controls all reported uranium resources known in Peru and mineral concessions that cover over 100,000 hectares (1,000 km2) situated near significant infrastructure. Plateau Uranium is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'PLU' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The Company has approximately 32,861,359 shares outstanding following a recent share consolidation. For more information please visit www.plateauuranium.com. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.698.156 von Popeye82 am 03.05.15 17:30:04Würd gerne noch nachlegen und meinen neuen Plateau Bestand etwas runder machen ;) hab aber immer noch die gesperrten Macusani Aktien im Depot :(

Wie erstellt man hier ein neuen Threat mit dem neuen Namen oder kann man den alten einfach umbenennen?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.698.156 von Popeye82 am 03.05.15 17:30:04Danke für deine Einschätzung!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.693.947 von jogii am 02.05.15 12:31:29
also im Prinzip ist es denke ich wie schon gesagt
ich habe hier mehrmals gewarnt


also meiner Auffassung nach ist es so dass sie "eigentlich" eine richtig, richtig gute Arbeit gemacht haben
sie haben eines der größten -im eeetwas weiteren Kreis- existierenden Uranvorkommen nachgewiesen, das Plateau nach und nach konsolidiert, m.E.n. noch immenses weiteres Explorrationspotenzial und Ihre erste Machbarkeitsstudie dürfte m.E.n. zu dem mit (sektor)führendem gehören Opex und CAPEXseitig, inklusive noch einigen weiteren m.M.n. ziemlich guten Daten(z.B. Recovery)

aber, selbst, das nutzt herzlich wenig wenn die Uranbranche aktuell am Boden liegt, und der Preis so niedrig liegt dass er fast keinem Luft zum atmen gibt
im Endeffekt ist es wohl sogar so -ich habe vor, vielleicht ungefähr, 3 Jahren, schon, gelesen dass die meiiisten Uranfirmen eigentlich, mindestens Prreise von 80, 85$/Ib "bräuchten", um anständig leben zu können
das ist wahrscheinich nicht weniger geworden
PLU könnte denke ich mit erheblich weniger leben, was aber, trotzdem, weit mehr ist als wir jetzt haben

um den Bogen zu schliessen -ich denk im ENdeffekt ist die Aktienzusammenlegung eine Art "präventive Überlebensmassnahme", um die Chancen zu erhöhen einigermassen handlungsfähig, und, quasi auch, "etwas attraktiv" zu bleiben

das dürfte aber im Prinzip den Großteil der Langzeitaktionäre ausschliessen
ich denke nach wie vor dass das Deposit wahrscheinlich relativ sehr, sehr attraktiv ist, halte aber Plateau Uranium nur für eine ernsthafte Option wenn wir wieder relativ stabil Uranpreise von 60, 65, 70$+/Ib sehen -und das beinhaltet nicht Dinge wie "Yeaaah, wir sind jetzt 2 Wochen über 60"(weil Du das in ganz anderen Dimensionen, auch Zeiträumen, sehen musst(die die Ihr Portmonnaie für so ein Rohstoffding aufmachen sollen tun es. und die sind relevant))-, oder man, zumindest, davon ausgeht

erstmal ist Überlebenskampf angesagt
ob es dann noch weitere Kapitel gibt, muss man sehen
Plateau Uranium Inc.
Market: CDN Consolidated | May 3, 2015, 9:33 AM EDT




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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 49.687.023 von Popeye82 am 30.04.15 23:11:47Ironie Modus off ....wie schätzt du die Lage jetzt wirklich ein, ist das Ding positiv oder negativ zu werten, bin etwas verunsichert....

Zitat von Popeye82:
Zitat von Popeye82: Wenn das durchgeht, das ist ein riiiesen Ding meiner Meinung nach.
Werden, dann, zwar dilluted like hell, aber dann gibts halt noch den 2. Split. :laugh:
Passt, so wird das von einem richtigen, anständigen Explorer geregelt


was habe ich gesagt, here we are :D :D

und schon ist wieder alles -optisch- schön :)
ein 3. ist vielleicht noch drin :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.844.896 von Popeye82 am 17.04.14 22:19:56
Zitat von Popeye82: Wenn das durchgeht, das ist ein riiiesen Ding meiner Meinung nach.
Werden, dann, zwar dilluted like hell, aber dann gibts halt noch den 2. Split. :laugh:
Passt, so wird das von einem richtigen, anständigen Explorer geregelt


was habe ich gesagt, here we are :D :D

und schon ist wieder alles -optisch- schön :)
ein 3. ist vielleicht noch drin :laugh:

Macusani Yellowcake Changes Name to Plateau Uranium and Announces Share Consolidation, Re-branded Company Appoints New Chairman +Welcomes New Director - Apr 30, 2015
www.marketwired.com/press-release/macusani-yellowcake-change…

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 30, 2015) - Macusani Yellowcake Inc. ("Macusani" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) is pleased to announce that the Company has changed its name to Plateau Uranium Inc.. The Company also announces that all outstanding common shares have been consolidated on the basis of one new post-conolidated share for every 8 pre-consolidated shares. The Company also announces the appointment of Ian Stalker as Chairman of the board of directors and welcomes new director appointment, Engin Özberk, to the Company's board.


Name Change and Consolidation

The Company has changed its name to Plateau Uranium Inc. (the "Name Change") and consolidated its issued and outstanding common shares on the basis of one (1) new common share for every eight (8) existing common shares (the "Consolidation"). The Name Change and Consolidation were both overwhelmingly approved by shareholders at the Company's Annual General Meeting ("AGM") held on March 5, 2015. The Company's shares will commence trading on a consolidated basis under the new name, symbol "PLU" and new CUSIP (727638108) and ISIN (CA 7276381083) numbers on the TSX Venture Exchange at opening of trading on Friday, May 1, 2015. As a result of the Consolidation there are now approximately 32,861,359 common shares outstanding (subject to adjustment for fractional shares).

All outstanding warrants and options of the Company will be automatically adjusted, with the number of shares eligible to be acquired on exercise being reduced by dividing that number by 8 and increasing the exercise price of such warrants and options by multiplying the prior exercise price by 8.

The Company's board and management believe the share consolidation to be necessary and in the best interest of shareholders, as it will improve the re-branded Company's ability to attract new institutional and retail investors in order to raise the additional capital necessary to advance the Company's Peru projects.


Board Changes

Ian Stalker has been appointed Chairman of the Company's board of directors, replacing Alan Ferry, who will continue to serve as a director. Ian has been a director of the Company since September 2014, following the the acquisition of the Azincourt Uranium projects. The Company wishes to thank Alan for his capable guidance and oversight of the board as Chairman and as a long standing director during a period of signficant acquisitions and organic growth for the Company in the midst of a tremendously challenging uranium market.

The Company also wishes to officially welcome Engin Özberk to the board of directors. Engin was elected as a director at the company's AGM held on March 5, 2015. Engin has a Masters in Metellurgical Engineering from McGill Univeristy with vast technical expertise in mineral processing. He is currently the Executive Director & Senior Technical Advisor and Mitacs Industry Executive in Residence - Minerals, with the International Minerals Innovation Institute. Prior to his current role, Engin spent 17 years with Cameco Corporation, most recently as Vice President, Technology and Innovation. Prior to Cameco, Engin worked in mineral processing design, operation and commisioning for 18 years with predecessors of Sherrit International and SNC-Lavalin.


About Plateau Uranium

Plateau Uranium Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The Company controls all reported uranium resources known in Peru and mineral concessions that cover over 100,000 hectares (1000 km2) situated near significant infrastructure. Plateau Uranium is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'PLU' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The Company has approximately 32,861,359 shares outstanding. For more information please visit our website at www.macyel.com or eventually www.plateauuranium.com.

Neither 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.


Contact Information

Plateau Uranium Inc.
Ted O'Connor
CEO
+1-416-628-9600
ted@plateauuranium.com "
Macusani Yellowcake Acquires a New Mineral Concession With Surface Uranium Mineralization, on the Macusani Plateau in Peru - Feb 24, 2015
www.marketwired.com/press-release/macusani-yellowcake-acquir…

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 24, 2015) - Macusani Yellowcake Inc. ("Macusani" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) is pleased to announce that the Company has acquired a small (300 ha) key mineral concession on the Macusani Plateau with a strong radiometrtic anomaly and uranium mineralization on surface. This concession became available for acquisition as a result of non-payment by third parties of the annual good standing fees and the Company, through its Peruvian subsidiary, Global Gold SAC, was able to claim this mineral concession for the nominal fee of US$ 1,000 payable to the Public Mining Registry in Lima.


Newly Claimed Mineral Concession


As a result of the difficult period that the junior mining companies are presently facing, small scale local owners and companies that view uranium as a non-core asset have decided to either not continue to pay the elevated mineral rights fees accumulated over the years or simply have dropped the legal rights to own and work those mineral concessions.

Having a superior knowledge of the metallogeny and mode of occurrence of the uranium mineralization founcd on the Macusani Plateau, Macusani Yellowcake was able to act rapidly and at nominal cost to claim this small area with known uranium mineralization extending along known uranium-bearing structures identified by drilling on neighbouring concession owned by the Company. This new concession covers 300 ha and the cost to acquire it was the nominal fee of US$ 1,000.

According to Peruvian legislation when the good-standing fees are not paid on time the dropped areas revert to the state and at a certain time announced by the Public Mining Registry in Lima, the same concessions or parts thereof become available for acquisition, and may be reclaimed. The Company claimed one of the concessions that became "free" over an area that has known uranium mineralisation and a strong radiometric anomaly on surface.

This newly claimed concession lies between Macusani Yellowcake's drilled uranium occurrences known as Agaton to the west and Sayanas to the east. The Company was able to complete radiometric prospecting on the new ground between the known uranium occurrences and a strong radiometric anomaly was encountered on surface. This concession area is covered by thicker than normal soil and colluvial material displaying a lower radiometric background as the radioactivity is masked by the thick cover, however, the rhyolite outcrops on the new concession are highly anomalous (see attached map). Both Agaton and Sayanas were drilled by pre-decessor company, Solex and the first ever geological resource for these two occurrences is currently being modelled by third-party consultants with the expectation to incorporate these deposits and enlarge the company's existing resource base.


Qualified Person

Mr. Ted O'Connor, P.Geo., CEO and Director of Macusani and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information contained in this press release.


Upcoming Events

Macusani Yellowcake will be attending the PDAC 2015 Convention in Toronto, Canada from Sunday, March 1 - Wednesday, March 4, 2015 (booth #3107).


About Macusani Yellowcake

Macusani Yellowcake Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The Company controls mineral concessions that cover over 100,000 hectares (1000 km2) and are situated near significant infrastructure. Macusani is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'YEL' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The Company has 259,738,126 shares outstanding. For more information please visit www.macyel.com.

Facebook: www.macyel.com/facebook/

Twitter: www.twitter.com/macusani/

Neither 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. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.302.539 von Popeye82 am 12.11.14 20:54:53also ich bin guter Hoffnung dass das hier mal was ganz großes wird, Macusani ist meine 3. größte Depot Position im Uran Sektor, schaumermal :cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.301.015 von jogii am 12.11.14 18:24:15
naja, vorerst wird es ein Siechtum bleiben
ob es mal mehr wird, muss man sehen

Gruß
P.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.299.164 von Popeye82 am 12.11.14 16:13:58Hört sich doch gut an :look:
Macusani Yellowcake Provides Corporate Update/Announces Option Grants
www.macyel.com/investors/pr12nov2014.php

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 12, 2014) - Macusani Yellowcake Inc. (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) ("Macusani" or the "Company") is pleased to provide a corporate update and announce plans and timelines for implementation.

Update & Planning Highlights:

Consolidation transaction with Azincourt Uranium Inc. ("Azincourt") has increased resource base to 49.7 M lbs contained U3O8 (Measured &Indicated (M&I)) and 47.5 M lbs contained U3O8 (Inferred) from 31.5 M lbs U3O8 (M&I) and 30.1 M lbs U3O8 Inferred.
Management and Board integration completed with Ted O'Connor assuming responsibilities as the Company's CEO and Ian Stalker becoming a Director.
Technical integration of Azincourt projects has commenced in-house, including both geological resource and process testwork data
Framework discussions initiated for updating PEA once projects are integrated to reflect and highlight expected project economic enhancements.
Prospective, undrilled, near-surface mineralized occurrences to be assessed and prioritized.
Prospecting and sampling work is also being planned on Macusani's extensive land package
Initial steps towards project permitting underway,

"With the Azincourt transaction completed, we are now focused on implementing an action plan that is designed to advance development of our project on the Plateau, update the Project's economics and initiate the permitting process," said Ted O'Connor, CEO of Macusani Yellowcake. "Timely execution of our plan, including a number of upcoming milestones, is expected to occur in tandem with the ongoing recovery of the uranium sector.

"Our key first step was to consolidate all of the known uranium resources within the Macusani District of Peru. As a result, we have increased the resource base to approximately 49.7 M lbs contained U3O8 (Measured & Indicated) and 47.5 M lbs contained U3O8 (Inferred) within the Macusani Plateau uranium district," stated Mr. O'Connor.

"A streamlined Peru technical team has also started to integrate the projects and resources and is planning to evaluate the existing prospect and target inventory as well as complete prospecting work on the extensive land package to generate drill targets for future discovery."

Mr O'Connor added, "Macusani's January 2014 PEA forecasted potential uranium production with cash costs of less than $21/lb U3O8. The uranium spot price has increased from a low of $28/lb in May to $41.75/lb today with utilities, traders and financial entities entering the market after a prolonged absence. Approvals and support for Japanese reactor restarts and new reactor builds, primarily in Asia and the Middle East, are driving future demand higher, and it is believed that current prices cannot support existing production, let alone the new production required to meet the increased demand in the medium to long term. We are positioning the Company to capitalize on the expected strong fundamentals for the uranium market in the future by updating our PEA, and laying the groundwork to progress to feasibility, developments that we expect to occur as market conditions improve."

Consolidation & Integration

The consolidation transaction with Azincourt was completed on September 4, 2014. Macusani acquired Azincourt's Peruvian subsidiary, Minergia SAC ("Minergia"), in exchange for 68.35 million shares of Macusani. The Macusani shares received by Azincourt as part of the transaction have been distributed to Azincourt's shareholders. The consolidation has captured all known uranium resources in the Macusani Plateau uranium district (see Figure 1 - Integrated Project & Deposit Location Map, below). This has increased the Company's resource base from 31.5 M lbs U3O8 (M&I) and 30.1 M lbs U3O8 inferred (Table 2, below), adding 18.2 M lbs U3O8 (M&I) and 17.4 M lbs U3O8 inferred (Table 3, below) for a total combined resource of 49.7 M lbs of M&I contained U3O8 and 47.5 M lbs of inferred contained U3O8 (see News Release dated April 17, 2014). All resource estimates were prepared in compliance with NI 43-101.

The resources from Macusani and Minergia were established independently and are currently being integrated into a combined data set within a consistent platform by the Company's Peruvian technical team. The integrated, larger resource base and Minergia data will be used for updating the Preliminary Economic Analysis ("PEA"), announced December 5, 2013 and filed on SEDAR, January 15, 2014. The PEA establishes the Macusani uranium deposits as a potential large-scale source of low-cost future uranium production (see Table 1, below).

It is reasonably expected that the increased resources, information and synergies resulting from the district consolidation should produce a superior outcome compared to the original PEA parameters, further enhancing the projects.

Table 1. Key production and financial parameters of the PEA1.
Production Parameters
Mine life 10 years
Average annual potentially mineable tonnes 8.5 million tonnes
Processing recovery rate 88%
Open pit strip ratio 1 : 0.65
Average grade 259 ppm U3O8
Average annual production (LOM) 4.30 million lbs U3O8
Average annual production (Operating Years 1-5) 5.17 million lbs U3O8
Financial Parameters
Uranium price $65 / lb U3O8
Average cost of production $20.57 / lb U3O8
Start-up CAPEX $331 million
Sustaining CAPEX $228 million
Pre-tax Post-tax
NPV (8% discount rate) $708 M $417 M
IRR 47.5% 32.4%
Payback period 2.9 years 3.5 years

1. Readers are cautioned that a PEA should not be considered to be a pre-feasibility or feasibility study. The PEA is preliminary in nature and uses inferred resources which are considered too speculative geologically to have economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is no certainty that the results predicted by this PEA will be realized. The mineral resource estimates, upon which the PEA is based, could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.

Updated PEA Plans & Timing

Framework planning and scope of work discussions have been initiated with GBM Minerals Engineering Consultants Limited to update the PEA once the consolidated project integration is complete. The revised PEA is expected to be completed in three months once the project data is fully integrated.

Peru Exploration Work & Timing

Over the past several years of exploration by both Macusani and Minergia, the companies focused on drilling to establish resources and prove project economics. These priorities left many mineralized occurrences and prospects untested and a large amount of the extensive land position unexplored.

Planning is underway to compile, investigate and prioritize known, near surface mineralized uranium occurrences for future drill testing for discovery and potential resource expansion. Initial prospecting and sampling work is also being planned on Macusani's extensive land package to focus in areas where little previous work has been undertaken. This work is expected to be initiated early in 2015 by the in-country Peru technical team.

Lastly, several of the existing uranium deposits in the portfolio remain open to expand their footprints. Subject to financing, additional drilling will be considered in later 2015 for potential resource expansion, and in-fill drilling to increase resource classification and confidence. Community agreements and environmental permits are in place to allow these programs to be completed without delay if needed. The Company owns two diamond drill rigs, so any drilling work can be initiated quickly and with reduced costs versus employing drill contractors.

Discussions will be initiated with Peruvian mining and environmental authorities to determine the path to uranium project permitting and the necessary steps required. It is expected that current environmental monitoring programs would be scaled up as the projects advance and the permitting process becomes clear.


Corporate Affairs

"The management and Board of Macusani are committed to building value for our shareholders and spending shareholders' money wisely," Mr O'Connor added. "We have streamlined our operations in Peru and will advance our projects sensibly, doing the value-added work necessary to integrate our projects and update the PEA. We will be positioning the Company to be ready to progress through to feasibility when positive signals in the uranium market exist.

"Finally, the Board of Macusani is evaluating several other initiatives, including a name change and a consolidation of its shares. Progress on these developments along with completion of our milestones will be communicated in a timely manner."

Stock Options Grants

The Company also announced that, subject to regulatory approval, it has granted stock options to acquire an aggregate of 10,000,000 common shares to directors and officers under its stock option plan. Each option is exercisable for a five year period to acquire one common share at a price of $0.07 per share. The options granted vest as to one-quarter immediately and a further one-quarter on each of the 6, 12 and 18 month anniversaries of the date of grant.

Qualified Person

Mr. Ted O'Connor, P.Geo., CEO and Director of Macusani and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information contained in this press release.

About Macusani Yellowcake Inc.

Macusani Yellowcake Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The Company owns concessions that cover over 100,000 hectares (1000 km2) and are situated near significant infrastructure. Macusani is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'YEL' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The Company has 259,738,126 shares outstanding. For more information please visit www.macyel.com.

Neither 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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Azincourt Uranium Inc.
Kapitalrückzahlung über Verteilung von Wertpapieren

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Azincourt Uranium Inc.: Kapitalrückzahlung über Verteilung von Wertpapieren



VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--( 11. September 2014) - Azincourt Uranium Inc. (das „Unternehmen“) (TSX VENTURE:AAZ) - Im Anschluss an die Pressemeldung des Unternehmens vom 4. September 2014, in der es um den Abschluss des Kaufvertrags zwischen dem Unternehmen und Macusani Yellowcake Inc. („Macusani“) (TSX VENTURE:YEL) betreffend die Uranprojekte in Peru ging, gibt das Unternehmen nun den Stichtag und das Verteilungsdatum der vom Unternehmen geplanten Kapitalrückzahlung in Form einer Verteilung der vom Unternehmen gehaltenen 68.350.000 Macusani-Stammaktien („Macusani-Aktien“) bekannt.












In Verbindung mit der Transaktion bezahlt das Unternehmen an Haywood Securities Ltd. eine Beratungsgebühr. Haywood hat zugestimmt, dass diese Gebühr in Form von 3.335.000 Macusani-Aktien entrichtet wird. Die restlichen 65.015.000 Macusani-Aktien werden gemäß den einschlägigen Handelsvorschriften der TSX Venture Exchange („Due Bill Trading“) an die Aktionäre des Unternehmens verteilt. Gemäß den Bestimmungen gibt das Unternehmen folgende Termine bekannt:



i. Der Stichtag zur Ermittlung der Aktionäre des Unternehmens, die zum Bezug von Macusani-Aktien berechtigt sind, ist der 17. September 2014.

ii. Das „Due Bill Trading“-Datum ist der 15. September 2014 (zwei Handelstage vor dem Stichtag).

iii. Das Verteilungsdatum (Bezahlung) ist Freitag, 3. Oktober 2014.

iv. Das „Ex-Distribution“-Datum ist der 6. Oktober 2014 (der nächste Handelstag nach dem Verteilungsdatum).

v. Das „Due Bill Redemption“-Datum (Tilgung der Due Bills) ist der 8. Oktober 2014 (der zweite Handelstag nach dem „Ex-Distribution“-Datum).



Zur Klarstellung: Als „Due Bills“ gelten jene Macusani-Aktien, auf deren Erhalt die Aktionäre des Unternehmens ein Anrecht haben. Die „Due Bills“ gelten zwei Handelstage vor dem Stichdatum als mit den Stammaktien des Unternehmens verbunden und bleiben auch nach dem Ende des Verteilungsdatums mit den Aktien des Unternehmens verbunden. Dementsprechend werden die Aktien des Unternehmens ab 15. September 2014 bis zum Handelsschluss am 3. Oktober 2014 („Due Bill“-Periode) auf „Due Bill“-Basis gehandelt. Das bedeutet, dass jene Personen, die während der „Due Bill“-Periode ihre Aktien veräußern, damit auch die Verteilungsrechte an die Käufer der Aktien verkaufen. Die Aktien des Unternehmens werden ab dem Handelsbeginn am 6. Oktober 2014 (dem nächsten Handelstag nach dem Verteilungsdatum) auf „Ex-Distribution“-Basis (ohne einen „Due Bill“-Anspruch auf Verteilung) gehandelt. Die Due Bills werden am 8. Oktober 2014 getilgt, nachdem alle Transaktionen mit anhängigen Due Bills, die während der Due Bill-Periode getätigt wurden, abgeschlossen sind.



Das Unternehmen wird voraussichtlich zum Stichtag 49.473.088 ausstehende Stammaktien besitzen, sodass ein Aktionär für jede gehaltene Stammaktie des Unternehmens mit dem Erhalt von rund 1,31415 Macusani-Aktienanteilen rechnen kann. Da keine gestückelten Macusani-Aktien ausgegeben werden, erfolgt in dem Fall eine Rundung auf die nächste ganze Zahl.



Ungeachtet der Kapitalrückzahlung sind die Macusani-Aktien an eine Haltedauer von vier Monaten gebunden, die am 5. Januar 2015 ausläuft.



FÜR DAS BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Terrence K. O'Connor, CEO



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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.844.896 von Popeye82 am 17.04.14 22:19:56
Macusani Yellowcake & Azincourt Uranium Announce Completion of Acquisition Transaction, +Financing - Sep 4, 2014
http://caesarsreport.com/freereports/CaesarsReport_2014-09-1…
www.marketwired.com/press-release/macusani-yellowcake-azinco…

"Macusani Yellowcake Inc. (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) ("Macusani") and Azincourt Uranium Inc. (TSX VENTURE:AAZ)(FRANKFURT:A0U) ("Azincourt") announced that they have completed the previously announced acquisition by Macusani of all of Azincourt's adjacent uranium properties located on the Macusani Plateau in south-eastern Peru (the "Acquisition Transaction").

Under the Acquisition Transaction, Macusani has acquired 100% of Azincourt's Peruvian subsidiary, Minergia S.A.C., in consideration for the issuance to Azincourt of 68,350,000 common shares of Macusani (the "Acquisition Shares"), representing approximately 26.3% of the outstanding shares of Macusani post-transaction (including completion of the Financing transaction discussed below). Azincourt has agreed to distribute the Acquisition Shares to its shareholders on a pro rata basis (the "Distribution") within five months of the closing of the Acquisition Transaction following the receipt of all necessary regulatory and shareholder approvals. The Acquisition Shares will be restricted to exercising no more than 19.9% of the voting rights attached to all common shares of Macusani until the Distribution is completed. The Acquisition Shares are subject to a four month hold period expiring January 5, 2015.

In connection with the Acquisition Transaction, Macusani has raised an additional C$1,660,916 from its non-brokered private placement financing of equity units ("Units") for total gross proceeds along with previously completed tranches of C$2,234,015.90 (the "Financing"). Each Unit was offered at a price of C$0.07 and consisted of one common share of Macusani and one common share purchase warrant (a "Warrant"). Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one additional common share of Macusani at a price of C$0.10 for a period of 24 months following the closing of the Financing. Net proceeds from the Financing are anticipated to be used for property payments and payment of transaction costs and fees, and for working capital and general corporate purposes. Cash finder's fees of C$105,764.11 were paid to registered securities dealers in connection with the Financing. All securities issued in the private placement are subject to a 4-month hold period in Canada and such other hold periods in other jurisdictions applicable to the purchasers.

A director of Macusani has acquired 1,500,000 Units in the most recent tranche of the Financing. As a result of the participation in the Financing of the director, the Financing was considered to be a "related party transaction" as defined under Multilateral Instrument 61-101 ("MI 61-101") and TSX Venture Exchange policy 5.9 ("Policy 5.9"). The transaction was exempt from the formal valuation and minority shareholder approval requirements of MI 61-101 and Policy 5.9 however, as neither the fair market value of the securities issued nor the cash consideration paid for such securities exceeded 25% of Macusani's market capitalization. The participants in the Financing and the extent of such participation were not finalized until shortly prior to the completion of the Financing. Accordingly, it was not possible to publicly disclose details of the nature and extent of related party participation in the Financing at least 21 days prior to the completion date.

Pursuant to the terms of the Acquisition Transaction, Ted O'Connor, current President and CEO of Azincourt, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Macusani and Laurence Stefan, current President and CEO of Macusani, has been appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. O'Connor and Ian Stalker, Chairman of Azincourt, also join Alan Ferry, Laurence Stefan, Richard Patricio and Marc Henderson on the six member board of directors of Macusani. To create vacancies on the board of directors for the appointment of Messrs. O'Connor and Stalker, Jean-Pierre Chauvin and Aaron Keay have resigned as directors of Macusani, and the board of directors of Macusani wishes to thank them for their valuable service.

Azincourt advises that, in accordance with National Instrument 62-103 The Early Warning System and Related Take Over Bids and Insider Reporting Issues, it will be filing an early warning report in connection with its receipt of the Acquisition Shares of Macusani. Azincourt advises it did not act jointly with any other party in acquiring the Acquisition Shares. A copy of the early warning report will be found under Macusani's profile on www.sedar.com.

The securities referred to in this press release have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act") or any state securities laws, and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from such registration requirements. This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy the securities in the United States or in any jurisdiction in which such offer, sale or solicitation would be unlawful.


About Macusani Yellowcake Inc.

Macusani Yellowcake Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The company owns concessions that cover over 101,030 hectares (1,010.3 km2) and are situated near significant infrastructure. Macusani is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'YEL' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The company currently has 259,738,126 shares outstanding. For more information please visit www.macyel.com.


About Azincourt Uranium Inc.

Azincourt Uranium Inc. is a Canadian based resource company specializing in the strategic acquisition, exploration and development of uranium properties and is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Azincourt currently holds 10% and is earning up to a 50% interest in the PLN exploration project joint venture with Fission 3.0 in northern Saskatchewan. "
Macusani Yellowcake Completes First Tranche of Non-Brokered Private Placement




TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - July 4, 2014) -

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Macusani Yellowcake Inc. (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) ("Macusani" or the "Company") announced that, further to its press release dated June 23, 2014, it has completed a first tranche of its non-brokered private placement of equity units ("Units") raising gross proceeds of approximately C$573,000. The Units were offered and sold at a price of C$0.07 per Unit with each Unit consisting of one common share of the Company and one common share purchase warrant (a "Warrant"). Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one additional common share of the Company at a price of C$0.10 for a period of 24 months following the date of issuance. All securities issued in the private placement are subject to a 4-month hold period.

Mega Uranium Ltd. ("Mega"), a company controlled by an insider of the Company, acquired 3,571,428 Units in the private placement. As a result of the participation in the private placement by Mega, the private placement is considered to be a "related party transaction" as defined under Multilateral Instrument 61-101 ("MI 61-101") and TSX Venture Exchange policy 5.9 ("Policy 5.9"). The transaction was exempt from the formal valuation and minority shareholder approval requirements of MI 61-101 and Policy 5.9 however, as neither the fair market value of the securities issued to Mega nor the cash consideration paid for such securities exceeded 25% of the Company's market capitalization. The participation of Mega in the private placement and the extent of such participation were not finalized until shortly prior to the completion of the placement. Accordingly, it was not possible to publicly disclose details of the nature and extent of related party participation in the private placement at least 21 days prior to the completion date.

Net proceeds from the private placement will be used for property concession fees and for working capital and general corporate purposes. The Company is continuing to market the balance of the C$1,000,000 placement.

The securities referred to in this press release have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act") or any state securities laws, and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from such registration requirements. This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy the securities in the United States or in any jurisdiction in which such offer, sale or solicitation would be unlawful.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.080.986 von ooy am 01.06.14 08:34:25
Was denkst Du warum ich hier, auf der einen Seite so "tolle" Sachen -über sie- schreibe, auf der anderen Seite aber trotzdem :eek: iiimer wieder sage dass sie, jetzt, nichts für mich sind?!?


Weil -"(öffentliche)foren( )gerecht formuliert"- meiner Einschätzung nach eine ausgezeichnete Grundlage vorhanden ist, man aber trotzdem :eek: :eek: nachdenken muss.

Wenn Uran mal wieder relativ stabil bei 55, $60/Ib aufwärts stehen sollte, dann rücken sie bei mir in der Prioritätsliste, wieder, massig Stufen nach oben.

Das Ding zwischen den Ohren benutzen muss jeder Selber.

Gruß
P.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.080.986 von ooy am 01.06.14 08:34:25
Mach wie Du denkst.
Aber ich würde auch dann nicht kaufen.

Gruß
P.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.078.448 von Popeye82 am 31.05.14 02:56:24Vorher wuerde ich keinesfalls kaufen und habe meine eh zu tiefe Order stoniert...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.844.896 von Popeye82 am 17.04.14 22:19:56
der Merger ist, noch, nicht durch.
Mal sehen ob sie sich einigen können.
Für das Projekt als solches ist es sehr zu hoffen.

Macusani Yellowcake and Azincourt Uranium Extend 'Letter of Intent', for Consolidation of Peruvian Properties - May 30, 2014
www.marketwired.com/press-release/macusani-yellowcake-azinco…

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 30, 2014) - Macusani Yellowcake Inc. (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) ("Macusani") and Azincourt Uranium Inc. (TSX VENTURE:AAZ)(FRANKFURT:A0U) ("Azincourt") announce that, further to their joint news release of April 17, 2014, they have agreed to extend their non-binding letter of intent ("LOI") to June 15, 2014 to allow both parties to conclude their ongoing due diligence investigations and settle the form of definitive agreement for the transaction. All other terms of the LOI remain unchanged.


About Macusani Yellowcake Inc.

Macusani Yellowcake Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The company owns a 99.5% interest in concessions that cover over 90,000 hectares (900 km2) and are situated near significant infrastructure. Macusani is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'YEL' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The company has 159,473,613 shares outstanding. For more information please visit www.macyel.com.

Facebook: www.macyel.com/facebook/

Twitter: www.twitter.com/macusani/


About Azincourt Uranium Inc.

Azincourt Uranium Inc. is a Canadian based resource company specializing in the strategic acquisition, exploration and development of uranium properties and is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Azincourt has advanced exploration projects and compliant uranium resources in southeastern Peru and the PLN exploration project joint venture with Fission 3.0 in northern Saskatchewan. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.674.783 von Kongo-Otto am 21.03.14 15:06:08
Otto,

Hast Du eigentlich eine Übersicht der vielleicht 10, 20 größten Uranminen zur Hand?
Nach der "PEA" wären sie in Ihren ersten 5 Jahren 2013 die 6.größte Uranmine "gewesen".
Wenn man jetzt sieht was "möglicherweise potenziell" noch alles dazu kommt, dann könnten sie, wenn einige Sachen zusammenspielen, mal eine der größten Uranminen der Welt werden(abgesehen davon dass es, soweit ich weiss, noch einige, un(nicht vollständig)entwickelte, "Megadeposits"(GGG, und noch, so einige, andere gibt).
Mit eine der niedrigsten (Opex)Kosten.

Gruß
P.
Jetzt also doch, worüber ich quasi Jahre spekuliert habe. Habe schon immer gesagt das das denke ich einen Haufen Sinn machen würde.
Nach Southern Andes, gibts jetzt auch den, voraussichtlichen, Landzusammenschluss mit Azincourt, womit (glaube ich?)das Plateau jetzt vollständig unter einem Dach vereint ist.
Bei 'entsprechendem' Uranpreis muss man denke ich mit Macusani rechnen, und dann wahrscheinlich eher bei den größeren anzusiedeln.
So gesehen ist der Uranpreis jetzt am Boden wahrscheinlich gar nicht "sooo" schlecht, weil ohne dem wäre es glaube ich nicht dazu gekommen.
Die Azincourt Aktionäre werden vielleicht ein bisschen angep sein.
Wenn das durchgeht, das ist ein riiiesen Ding meiner Meinung nach.
Werden, dann, zwar dilluted like hell, aber dann gibts halt noch den 2. Split. :laugh:
Passt, so wird das von einem richtigen, anständigen Explorer geregelt.
Wenn sie es kööönnten, dann sollten sie jetzt am besten mal würde ich sagen 20.000.000 bis 40.000.000$ in die Hand nehmen und das Ding mal 2, 3Jahre(könnte auch, immernoch, nicht reichen) "richtig ordentlich durchexplorieren".
Dürfte nur nicht realistisch sein.
Otto, wenn Du Dir mal das Statement vom Ted O'Connor anhörst, dann weisst Du warum ich sie nicht von der Beobachtungsliste schmeisse.
Nur das er es noch, viel, drastischer ausdrückt.
Wenn das durchgeht, wird der weitere Fahrplan sehr interessant. Wo ich gespannt bin wo sie dann den weiteren Fokus drauf legen, würden.

Macusani Yellowcake +Azincourt Uranium Sign 'Letter of Intent' to Consolidate Properties Creating Pre-eminent Uranium Developer - Apr 17, 2014
www.macyel.com/investors/pr17apr2014.php
http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/940352a.pdf
http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/940352_T1-2.pdf

"TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 17, 2014) - Macusani Yellowcake Inc. (TSX VENTURE:YEL)(FRANKFURT:QG1) ("Macusani") and Azincourt Uranium Inc. (TSX VENTURE:AAZ) ("Azincourt") are pleased to announce that they have signed a non-binding letter of intent which contemplates the acquisition by Macusani of all of Azincourt's adjacent uranium properties located on the Macusani Plateau in south-eastern Peru in exchange for 68,350,000 common shares of Macusani (the "Transaction").


Synergies and Transaction Rationale


Completion of the Transaction is expected to result in substantial synergies, creating significant value for both Macusani and Azincourt shareholders, including:

+ On a pro-forma basis, after the acquisition, Macusani would control one of the largest undeveloped uranium projects in the world containing very large measured, indicated and inferred uranium resources, comprising the following:

- Macusani's 31.47 M lbs of measured and indicated (M&I) contained U3O8 and 30.09 M lbs of inferred contained U3O8 (refer to Macusani preliminary economic assessment filed on SEDAR on January 15, 2014 for details, including tonnage and grade, Footnote 1 and Table, below) and

- Azincourt's historical 18.2 M lbs of M&I contained U3O8 and 17.4 M lbs of inferred contained U3O8 (refer to Azincourt News Release November 22, 2013 filed on SEDAR for details including tonnage and grade, Footnote 2 and Table, below)

- For a total combined resource of 49.67 M lbs of M&I contained U3O8 and 47.49 M lbs of inferred contained U3O8.


+ Macusani expects that Azincourt's adjacent uranium resources can be easily incorporated into its existing mine plan as contemplated in its January 15, 2014 Preliminary Economic Assessment completed by GBM Minerals Engineering Consultants (the "PEA"), which could result in substantial development and operating efficiencies and economies of scale. See Map below.

+ The PEA's base case evaluation shows attractive project economics, including a Pre-Tax Net Present Value of US $708 million ($417 million Post-Tax), a Pre-Tax IRR of 47.5% (32.4% Post-Tax) using an 8% discount rate and $65lb uranium price. Following the closing of the Transaction, it is anticipated that a new Preliminary Economic Assessment will be undertaken on the combined property portfolio, and Macusani and Azincourt currently believe that economic returns will be even stronger as a result of the operational synergies noted above.1

+ By combining adjacent mineral property claims totalling over 949 km2 in one of the largest, most highly prospective uranium districts in the world, Macusani's position as the dominant landholder in the region would be further solidified. Macusani believes that the district offers exceptional exploration prospects.

+ Combined Management team and Board of Directors following completion of the Transaction would be complementary, providing Macusani with deep expertise across key competencies including local operations management in Peru, uranium project development and exploration, relationship management with strategic investors and end-users as well as global finance and capital markets.

+ The proposed Macusani Board will be closely aligned with shareholders through substantial equity ownership.

+ Positions Azincourt shareholders to own two distinct uranium investments with different risk/return characteristics: Macusani, a pure-play, dominant uranium development company focused in Peru; and Azincourt, an Athabasca-focused uranium exploration company.


1. Readers are cautioned that a PEA should not be considered to be a pre-feasibility or feasibility study. The PEA is preliminary in nature and uses inferred resources which are considered too speculative geologically to have economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is no certainty that the results predicted by this PEA will be realized. The mineral resource estimates, upon which the PEA is based, could be materially affected by environmental, geotechnical, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing or other relevant factors.

2. The historical estimate was prepared and reported under NI 43-101 by Henkle & Associates entitled "Updated Technical Report of the Macusani Uranium Exploration Project", dated October 25, 2011. The resource estimate was prepared using polygon-area method cross-checked by inverse distance squared method, both current industry standard methods. Azincourt will be filing an updated 43-101 report on the Minergia projects in May 2014. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves and neither Azincourt nor Macusani is treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.

To view the Map of the Macusani Plateau, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/940352a.pdf

Dr. Laurence Stefan, President and CEO of Macusani, stated: "This transaction is a natural step in Macusani's evolution of becoming a developer of one of the largest and most prospective uranium projects in the world. The synergies from this transaction are obvious and offer the potential for substantial value creation for both Macusani and Azincourt shareholders. Macusani over the years has developed an exceptional uranium project and this transaction enhances our project in a very significant manner. I look forward to the completion of this transaction and working with Ted O'Connor in not only advancing our world-class uranium project through feasibility and ultimately into production, but also in raising the market's awareness about this unique and valuable asset."

Mr. Ted O'Connor, current President and CEO of Azincourt, stated: "From our initial approach to Macusani it has been my opinion that this transaction represents an inflection point for both Macusani and Azincourt from which a pre-eminent uranium development company will emerge. As a former Director with Cameco, I've had the opportunity to evaluate uranium projects all over the world and I believe that the investment community will be very hard-pressed to identify an investment opportunity in the uranium sector that is more attractive in the context of the current market than Macusani. Once combined, Macusani will offer one of the largest contiguous uranium resource bases, the potential for substantial synergies from a combined mine plan and exploration upside which is very rare to find. I look forward to joining the Macusani team and helping them realize the value of this unique project in the marketplace over time."


Proposed Transaction Details

Under the proposed Transaction, it is currently contemplated that Macusani would acquire 100% of Azincourt's subsidiary Minergia SAC in consideration for the issuance to Azincourt of 68,350,000 common shares (the "Acquisition Shares"), representing approximately 30% of the outstanding shares of Macusani post-Transaction. The final structure of the Transaction is still to be determined. It is expected that Azincourt would distribute the Acquisition Shares to its shareholders on a tax efficient, pro rata basis (the "Distribution") following the receipt of all necessary regulatory and shareholder approvals and within five months of the closing of the proposed Transaction. The Acquisition Shares would be restricted to exercising no more than 19.9% of the voting rights attached to all common shares of Macusani until the Distribution is completed.

The letter of intent contemplates that Ted O'Connor, current President and CEO of Azincourt, would be appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Macusani following completion of the Transaction, and Laurence Stefan, current President and CEO of Macusani, would serve as President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. O'Connor and Ian Stalker, Chairman of Azincourt, would also join a six member board of directors of Macusani.

Pursuant to the letter of intent, each party has granted the other an exclusivity period until May 30, 2014 in which to complete due diligence and has agreed not to solicit other proposals subject to the exercise by its board of the board's fiduciary duties. The letter of intent permits either party to terminate the letter of intent and enter into or pursue another transaction with a third party that is deemed superior (after providing the other party with an opportunity to match), upon payment of an expense reimbursement fee of $100,000. The exclusivity period and expense reimbursement fee provisions in the letter of intent are binding on the parties.

The companies have agreed to work towards the signing of definitive documentation by May 30, 2014, and the proposed Transaction is expected to be completed in June 2014, following all necessary approvals.

The proposed Transaction remains subject to satisfactory due diligence investigations by both parties, the entering into of a definitive agreement and the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including any necessary regulatory approvals. There is no assurance that the proposed Transaction will be completed, or if completed, that the terms may not change.

Cantor Fitzgerald Canada Corporation is acting as financial advisor to Macusani and its board of directors and Haywood Securities Inc. is acting as financial advisor to Azincourt and its board of directors.


Qualified Person

Mr. David Young, B.Sc. (Hons), FGSSA, FSAIMM, FAusIMM, Pr Sci Nat (No 400989/83) of The Mineral Corporation, South Africa, an independent geological consulting firm, is a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical data contained in this press release relating to Macusani.

Mr. Ted O'Connor, P.Geo., President and CEO of Azincourt and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved Azincourt's scientific and technical information contained in this press release.


About Macusani Yellowcake Inc.

Macusani Yellowcake Inc. is a Canadian uranium exploration and development company focused on the exploration of its properties on the Macusani Plateau in southeastern Peru. The company owns a 99.5% interest in concessions that cover over 90,000 hectares (900 km2) and are situated near significant infrastructure. Macusani is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol 'YEL' and the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol 'QG1'. The company has 159,473,613 shares outstanding. For more information please visit www.macyel.com.


About Azincourt Uranium Inc.

Azincourt Uranium Inc. is a Canadian based resource company specializing in the strategic acquisition, exploration and development of uranium properties and is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Azincourt has advanced exploration projects and compliant uranium resources in southeastern Peru and the PLN exploration project joint venture with Fission 3.0 in northern Saskatchewan. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.674.783 von Kongo-Otto am 21.03.14 15:06:08
Zitat von Kongo-Otto: Und ich glaube zwar an Uran und bin auch noch investiert, aber die Frage ist wirklich, wieviele neue Projekte man tatsächlich brauchen wird....



Gute Frage, die ich auch nicht beantworten kann.


Ich würde aber denken dass

- international wird die ENergieversorgung noch länger auf Atomkraft (auf)bauen. Deutschlands Rückzug mag einen Einfluss auf eiiinige andere haben, ich halte Ihn aber für begrentzt.
Und es auch für RICHTIG/GUT so.

- soweit ich weiss dürften künftig "Sekundärquellen" wegfallen.
Da kennt Ihr euch wahrscheinlich besser aus.

- (auch)wenn die Anzahl der benötigten (neuen)Projekte "eher klein(er)" sein sollte, denke ich dass einige Projekte mit niedrige(re)n Kosten wahrscheinlich bestehende mit hohen verdrängen werden.
Ganz normale Marktmechansimen.

- Jedes weitere Ib hinzugefügter Resource dürfte sich wahrscheinlich überdurchschnittlich auf die "WIrtschaftlichkeit" des Projektes auswirken(da die "kritische Masse" da ist, und das "Expansionsszenario" schon kalkuliert).

- SUmmiere ich mir solche Punkte zusammen, sehe ich, weiterhin, eine nicht schlechte Chance hier einen künftigen Förderer zu sehen.
Wann, und unter welchen Unmständen, das stattfinden "könnte" ist ein ganz anderes Thema.
Was ich nicht beantworten kann.


Gruß
P.


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