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Kennt sich jemand gut mit Lydian International Limited aus? Scheinen ein interessantes Goldprojekt in Armenien zu haben und die Bewertung ist tief. Weiss jemand, wann realistischerweise mit der Umsetzung gerechnet werden kann? Die politischen Risiken sind wohl auch nicht ganz ohne und der Kursverlauf zeigt keinerlei Euphorie an...
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.141.215 von SmallCapTrade am 07.04.16 17:39:11Schau doch einfach mal auf die website:

Finanzierung des Projektes ist fast abgeschlossen:

$325 Million Amulsar Gold Project Financing…

Wenn ich es richtig gelesen habe fehlen noch 25 mio, welche per erneutem PP eingeholt werden sollen (letztes PP war im März über 33 Mio). Dazu bedarf es der Zustimmung der Aktionäre:

Lydian International Announces Details of Shareholder Meeting and Mailing of Proxy Materials

Minenbau könnte also noch dieses Jahr starten...

Finazierung scheint zu stehen. LYD explodiert gerade ~ + 25%

Lydian holders approve $80-million (U.S.) in financings
Lydian Receives Updated Approval for the Amulsar Mining Right

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 24, 2016) - Lydian International Limited (TSX:LYD) ("Lydian" or "the Company") is pleased to announce it has received approval from the Republic of Armenia for amendments requested by the Company to the Mining Right for its 100% owned Amulsar Gold Project. This is a milestone event, re-affirming the Armenian government's support for Lydian to begin development at Amulsar this summer. The duration of the Mining Right was also extended to align with the current project schedule.

The amended Mining Right was granted to Geoteam CJSC, Lydian's wholly owned subsidiary, by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of Armenia. The approval covers i) all project infrastructure, including the location for crushers, the conveyor and heap leach facility, ii) a mining permit applicable to all three pits, iii) definition of the area within which operating activities may take place, and iv) a mining agreement that outlines the nature and duration of mining operations.

Howard Stevenson, President and CEO, said "With the Mining Right in hand, we can move forward with confidence as we complete other pre-construction work and prepare for full-scale construction this summer. Receiving approval of the amended Mining Right was a rigorous process that necessitated engagement with a multitude of stakeholders. We are pleased with the outcome and grateful to the many individuals who contributed throughout the consultation and approval process. All of us at Lydian look forward to seeing Amulsar advance as planned for the benefit of our shareholders and the host country. Lydian is committed to implementing best international practices at Amulsar by complying with IFC and the EBRD environmental and social standards throughout the project's duration."
Lydian Makes Formal Construction Decision at Amulsar

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - June 8, 2016) - Lydian International Limited (TSX:LYD) ("Lydian" or "the Company") is pleased to announce a formal decision has been made to proceed with construction at its 100%-owned Amulsar Gold Project in Armenia. This action by the Company's board of directors follows recent receipt of an amended Mining Right from the Republic of Armenia and the previously announced closings of a C$38.3 million public offering and US$80 million in private placements.

The development plan for Amulsar demonstrates a compelling opportunity for value generation. Upon completion, Amulsar is expected to be the largest gold mine in Armenia, producing an average of 243,000 ounces of gold per year over the initial five years of operations. With this scale of production and a 10-year life-of-mine total cash cost estimated at US$509/gold ounce, Amulsar will be a highly profitable operation. First gold pour is expected within approximately 20 months from the start of construction. Lydian will also be evaluating future expansion potential from currently defined inferred mineral resources and, ultimately, from open extensions at depth.

Financing for Amulsar has been established, most notably through the comprehensive US$325 million financing package announced in late 2015 (see Lydian's news release, dated December 1, 2015). Amulsar's construction capital is estimated at US$370 million. Funding for more than 80% of this is in place; equipment financing is expected to fill in the remainder.

Howard Stevenson, Lydian's President and CEO, stated, "Lydian is now rapidly advancing on a number of fronts to achieve a summer start to construction at Amulsar. Basic engineering is advancing and we plan to tender several key contracts during the coming weeks in anticipation of breaking ground. We expect to accomplish a number of milestones this year and will outline our path forward at Lydian's upcoming annual meeting."

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