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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.929.748 von RoccoStellios am 21.02.19 10:45:13
Zitat von RoccoStellios: Ich bin schon lange investiert und liege immer noch bei über -50%.
Mir war von Anfang an klar das ich Geduld mitbringen muss.
Nehme Gewinne mit wenn der Kurs dieses Jahr auf über 3€ steigt.
Vielleicht investiert ja Rumpel nochmal nachdem er hier raus ist.


Das war ich auch schon. Bei 0,5 Euro habe ich deutlich nachgekauft. Du hast völlig Recht, Geduld steht bei einem Investment in diesem Bereich im Vordergrund. Daran hälst du dich jetzt im Minus.
Halte an deiner Einstellung fest sobald du ins Plus drehst, sonst hast du das Tal der Tränen für nichts durchschritten.
leutz, lasst den bull - bull sein.

konzentrieren wir uns auf das wesentliche :-)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.931.749 von techxxnine am 21.02.19 13:48:37Hmmmm,was ist aus seiner „All In Maraphlarm“ invest passiert ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.929.148 von RoccoStellios am 21.02.19 10:01:34
Zitat von RoccoStellios: Sieht ja ganz gut aus.Goldpreis ist auch gestiegen.Fehlt nur noch greatbull.
Allen viel Glück .


@Greatbull hängt lieber bei seiner Pleitebude High Hampton rum. :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.929.748 von RoccoStellios am 21.02.19 10:45:13
Zitat von RoccoStellios: Ich bin schon lange investiert und liege immer noch bei über -50%.
Mir war von Anfang an klar das ich Geduld mitbringen muss.
Nehme Gewinne mit wenn der Kurs dieses Jahr auf über 3€ steigt.
Vielleicht investiert ja Rumpel nochmal nachdem er hier raus ist.


Rumpeloven heißt jetzt Mike-Foxtrott
Ich bin schon lange investiert und liege immer noch bei über -50%.
Mir war von Anfang an klar das ich Geduld mitbringen muss.
Nehme Gewinne mit wenn der Kurs dieses Jahr auf über 3€ steigt.
Vielleicht investiert ja Rumpel nochmal nachdem er hier raus ist.
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Vor einem Jahr gab es bei schlechteren Fundamentaldaten mehr Diskussion. Jetzt ist das positive DEIS da und äußerst wenig Kommentare
Sieht ja ganz gut aus.Goldpreis ist auch gestiegen.Fehlt nur noch greatbull.
Allen viel Glück .
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PR Newswire

VANCOUVER, Feb. 20, 2019

VANCOUVER, Feb. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE American: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") announces that the US Army Corps of Engineers (the "Corps") has posted on its website the Draft Environmental Impact Statement ("DEIS") for southwest Alaska's Pebble Project, as required under the National Environmental Policy Act ("NEPA").

The US Army Corps of Engineers will facilitate a formal consultation and public comment process with respect to the Pebble Project DEIS this spring. Further information regarding the EIS process can be found on the Corps' website at www.pebbleprojecteis.com.

"Our preliminary review of the DEIS shows no major data gaps or substantive impacts associated with a mine at the Pebble site. We see no significant environmental challenges that would preclude the project from getting a permit and believe this shows Alaska stakeholders that there is a clear path forward for this project," said Pebble Limited Partnership ("Pebble Partnership") CEO Tom Collier. "I also commend the Corps for their efficient, comprehensive and transparent management of the process thus far."


"The DEIS is an important milestone and positive development for the Pebble Project," said Ron Thiessen, CEO of Northern Dynasty. "We want to express our appreciation to the Army Corps of Engineers, the State of Alaska and all of the cooperating agencies and communities."

About Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

Northern Dynasty is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, Canada. Northern Dynasty's principal asset, owned through its wholly-owned Alaska-based US subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership, is a 100% interest in a contiguous block of 2,402 mineral claims in southwest Alaska, including the Pebble deposit. PLP is the proponent of the Pebble Project, an initiative to develop one of the world's most important mineral resources.

For further details on Northern Dynasty and the Pebble Project, please visit the Company's website at www.northerndynastyminerals.com or contact Investor services at (604) 684-6365 or within North America at 1-800-667-2114. Review Canadian public filings at www.sedar.com and US public filings at www.sec.gov.

Ronald W. Thiessen
President & CEO

Forward Looking Information and other Cautionary Factors

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future events that the Company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in its forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements should not be in any way construed as guarantees of the ultimate size, quality or commercial feasibility of the Pebble Project or of the Company's future performance or the outcome of litigation.

Assumptions used by the Company to develop forward-looking statements are that the Pebble project will be evaluated based on technical and scientific criteria free from undue political or legal interference. The likelihood of future mining at the Pebble Project is subject to a large number of risks and will require achievement of a number of technical, economic and legal objectives, including obtaining necessary mining and construction permits, approvals, licenses and title on a timely basis and delays due to third party opposition, changes in government policies regarding mining and natural resource exploration and exploitation, the final outcome of any litigation, completion of pre-feasibility and final feasibility studies, preparation of all necessary engineering for surface or underground mining and processing facilities as well as receipt of significant additional financing to fund these objectives as well as funding mine construction. Such funding may not be available to the Company on acceptable terms or on any terms at all. There is no known ore at the Pebble Project and there is no assurance that the mineralization at the Pebble Project will ever be classified as ore. The need for compliance with extensive environmental and socio-economic rules and practices and the requirement for the Company to obtain government permitting can cause a delay or even abandonment of a mineral project. The Company is also subject to the specific risks inherent in the mining business as well as general economic and business conditions. For more information on the Company, Investors should review the Company's filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and its home jurisdiction filings that are available at www.sedar.com. Northern Dynasty does not have control over the contents of the USACE website and therefore Northern Dynasty cannot either endorse the contents or assume responsibility for the website's contents other than for submissions thereon actually made by Northern Dynasty. The National Environmental Policy Act EIS process requires a comprehensive "alternatives assessment" be undertaken to consider a broad range of development alternatives. Accordingly, the final project design and operating parameters for the Pebble Project and associated infrastructure may vary significantly from that currently being advanced. As a result, the Company will continue to consider various development options and no final project design has been selected at this time.

Cision View original content:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/northern-dynasty-us-army-corps-of-engineers-releases-draft-environmental-impact-statement-for-alaskas-pebble-project-300799115.html

SOURCE Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.809.092 von xoocoo am 06.02.19 20:58:31Du könntest recht haben, ich bin auf die heutigen Umsätzegespannt. Es wäre eine Überraschung, falls der Bericht für die Umweltfaktoren negativ ausfällt. Man kann davon ausgehen, dass das Ergebnis ohnehin schon jetze feststeht und einigen bekannt sein dürfte.
Evtl wissen einige bereits jetzt was im DEIS steht...
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Also wer anfangs November...kann sich über eine Verdoppelung freuen...bitte die Hälfte verkaufen...auch wenn noch eine Ver-98-fachung fehlt...die Hälfte mal 98...wäre doch schön (Taube)...mal 2....auch schön, ihr gierigen Säcke (Spatz). Jede(r), wie er/sie will. Selbstverständlich sind die Transen auch gemeint.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.753.241 von walle1fc am 31.01.19 09:14:35Danke. Ich bin gespannt.
hab es übers handy weitergeleitet...

Lucky No.7 for Pebble?
Northern Dynasty Minerals is laser focused on re-joining forces with a deep-pocketed partner to develop the large and often contentious Pebble project, in south-west Alaska.

he project ranks among the biggest undeveloped copper-gold-molybdenum deposits in the world and has collectively seen more than US$800 million sunk into it to date.

"There have been no technical constraints that had influenced any of Northern Dynasty Minerals' six former partners to walk away," CEO Ronald Thiessen told Mining Journal.

Thiessen believes in the axiom that for a project to be successful, it must have had at least six previous owners. "I want to be lucky owner number seven, so that the previous owners have done enough work for me to find the solution.

"You can count Pebble's previous owners and partners - Cominco, Teck, Rio Tinto, Galahad, Anglo American and most recently First Quantum. Now we're at the seventh, which means we can be successful."

He explained each of the previous partners had their own unique reasons for leaving the Pebble Partnership, Northern Dynasty's subsidiary vehicle created in 2007 to design, permit and build a long-life mine at Pebble.

Anglo pulled out in September 2013 due to being "cash constrained".

"Rio decided to leave because of what I believe was grounded on commercial underpinnings. First Quantum followed a similar scenario," Thiessen said.

In First Quantum's case, the company signed a framework agreement that essentially gave it an option on an option. First Quantum bought the framework agreement for $37 million which gave it 90 days to complete due diligence and move forward.

If First Quantum exercised the option, it would have had to commit to a further $150 million payment and to exercise the full option for a 50% Pebble stake, it would have had to spend $1.35 billion.

"Like with Anglo, it was an all or nothing deal. But because they didn't [move forward], they walked away with 0%."

Thiessen explained First Quantum was in the midst of a capital-intensive strategy with the $6.3 billion Cobre Panama copper project under construction in Panama. He said the company asked for several extensions to the framework deadline, which Northern Dynasty at first agreed to.

But following another 90 days of due diligence, Northern Dynasty had to move on because of the exclusivity language in the framework agreement. It was running out of money with no means to top up the coffers.

"We were both constrained and as a consequence agreed to go our separate ways. I still believe First Quantum is probably one of the best mine builders in the world and following the execution of Cobre Panama might look at Pebble again. Anglo too - I still talk to the Anglo guys and provide updates on the project.

"I'm not so sure I would have made a different decision than they had made, given the market constraints at the time," Thiessen said.

Anecdotal evidence suggests the falling out with Rio Tinto was anything less than acrimonious, which saw Rio donate its 19.1% shares in Northern Dynasty to two Alaska charities in April 2014 - one for and one against the development of Pebble.

However, since the charities needed cash, they sold the shares which led to the company gaining "one of our best shareholders".

Thiessen said there had always been interest in Pebble. "Raising money has never been an issue - it's the dilution that we're concerned about.

"I've met half a dozen of the major mining companies over the past four or five months. There are always two questions: ‘why did former partners leave?' and, ‘can this project get a permit?'" he said.

He said there were majors that wanted to do something on a standalone basis, there were miners that wanted to form some sort of consortia or joint venture, there were private funds watching, there were offtakers interested and high-net worth individuals on the sidelines eyeing a large stake, he said.

"Pose a difficult question and I'll give you an answer. Who in their right mind would spend $575 million on an asset only to find there's something wrong without saying the reason? This asset represents a tremendous amount of value.

"Why was Freeport fighting so hard for Grasberg? Why are Rio/BHP fighting so hard for Resolution in the US. Why has Kennecott been such a tremendous success? It's because they are all great mines like Pebble can be. It's an Escondida; a Chuquicamata in the making," Thiessen said.

Political cycles
According to Thiessen, Pebble is a large, complex project in an area that has "some sensitivities", which the company has had to deal with.

"We have the added complexity that because of its scale and proximity, Pebble is also going through political cycles, as well as the metals price cycles," he said. "Sometimes they're aligned, sometimes not."

When Northern Dynasty acquired Pebble about 20 years ago, Thiessen thought it was a ‘nuclear winter', which was the only reason the company could acquire the project. Zinc was at 28c, copper was 62c and gold was $275/oz. "In a bull cycle we wouldn't have been able to buy it. But we were then in a good political situation."

At the height of the ensuing bull cycle, Northern Dynasty ran up to a market capitalisation of $2.2 billion while only owning a 50% stake in Pebble and with $500 million spent on it at the time.

"Then we entered the political bear market and were relentlessly attacked by the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency, which drove down our value to $25 million. The thing is, the fundamental asset didn't change, in fact, it got better," Thiessen said.

"Today, we're again in a good political climate. We've been able to settle with the EPA and enter formal federal permitting, while fundamentals for our metals look strong."

However, the proposed Pebble mine plan has been scaled down to a smaller, more palatable starter project.

"We've been able to make a simple proposal for a copper-gold porphyry. It entails a shovel, truck, crush, grind, float, concentrate, tailings-kind of operation.

"There are lots of them around the world creating enormous economic benefit and Alaska is hungry for some serious resource development. Alaska is suffering from pretty harsh realities with the oil and gas sector and a project like Pebble would probably spend around $400 million a year in the state alone," he said.

The currently proposed plan is for Pebble to be developed as a 183,000 tonnes per day openpit mine with associated on and off-site infrastructure that includes a 270MW power plant at the mine site; a 133.5km transport corridor from the mine site to a port site on the west side of Cook Inlet; a permanent, year-round port near the mouth of Amakdedori Creek on Cook Inlet; and a 300km natural gas pipeline from the Kenai Peninsula to the Pebble site.

Following four years of construction activity, the proposed Pebble mine would operate for 20 years using conventional drill-blast-shovel operations. The mining rate will peak at 75Mt per annum, with 66Mt of ore passing through the mill each year.

This gives the mine a low life-of-mine waste to ore ratio of 0.2:1.

Forecast annual production would be about 660,000t copper-gold concentrate containing about 315 million pounds copper and 350,000 ounces gold and about 16,500t molybdenum concentrate containing about 14Mlbs molybdenum.

Processing the pyrite ore using cyanide was off the table for now, Thiessen said, because it was a psychologically sensitive issue for some people.

However, cyanidation was being used at Kinross' Fort Knox mine and the process was just recently permitted at Barrick Gold-Novagold's Donlin mine.

"We said we'll take it out for now, but if the state says to us they want more revenue, we can always reconsider that optionality in the future," he said.

But Thiessen was optimistic on the role new technologies could play in unlocking Pebble's latent value. "Who knows, in three to five years there might be a new lixiviant that could enable the pyritic gold to be recovered without using cyanide. There is some work being done on benign salts that looks promising.

"We're looking at a completely different picture now. We've eased all embankments, we're using water treatment plants to eliminate the assumption that we'd be able to discharge effluent. We'll make the water quality targets whatever locals and regulators want it to be."

Permitting
The US Army Corps of Engineers is currently working on the draft environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act which is set for release by February 22.

This would be the first real answer to Pebble's permitting question, ever, Thiessen said.

The draft will be published in the federal register by March 1, which will trigger a 90-day comment period. The Corps is targeting publication of the final EIS either by late 2019 or the first quarter of 2020.

The all-important record of decision is targeted for the second quarter of 2020.

"This is a very robust timetable that we're loving."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.751.975 von walle1fc am 31.01.19 06:55:30Ich mach mal den Link richtig - leider habe ich kein Login. Kannst Du das hier nicht reinpassten?


https://www.mining-journal.com/events-coverage/news/1355286/…
https://www.mining-journal.com/preview_article?article[id]=12d2e19f-688e-4558-b4cc-8cad24f6520c&id=12d2e19f-688e-4558-b4cc-8cad24f6520c&king=king&print_article=true&submitted=0c9263f03614973d18a36e746c847626909299af853fcbd797668c9dbcad2a40?utm_medium=Social-Media&utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=Editorial
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.749.446 von jekruege am 30.01.19 20:18:33Das Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) wird für den 22.02.2019 erwartet.
Sollte nicht in Early 2019 die Ergebnisse der Zulassungsuntersuchung veröffentlicht werden? Ist das schon der Bullrun darauf?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.724.882 von xoocoo am 28.01.19 09:30:56Auch ich bin weiterhin dabei und werde es auch bleiben. Ich hatte vor einigen Monaten nachgekauft.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.726.853 von JeremyWendell am 28.01.19 13:32:22Ich ebenso.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.724.882 von xoocoo am 28.01.19 09:30:56
Zitat von xoocoo: Na wer ist noch alles da?


Bin nach wie vor dabei, habe noch nachgekauft.
Na wer ist noch alles da?
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.618.192 von xoocoo am 12.01.19 21:04:34aha!

die 150 mio. würde ich dem drecksaack in rechnung stellen!!

a....loch!!!!

solche leute zu den lachsen als fischfuter...die würden dann schöööön fett!!

mann-mann-mann-mann-mann----_!!!

und die epa grad dazu!!


ps. danke für den hochintersaante und gaaanz anders dargestellte situation!

kann dann endlich losgehen...
Interessante Hintergrundinfos

https://capitalresearch.org/article/two-gold-into-dross/
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