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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.555.042 von MONSIEURCB am 16.04.18 16:47:32
Zitat von MONSIEURCB: .. und dieses Blockchain-Abenteuer wirkt ein bisschen arg marketing-geil ... oder genial?


So recht transparent ist das alles nicht ...


Was für eine Clownshow :laugh:
Musste noch jemand spontan lachen?
Wenn interessierts...
Mich nur der letzte Satz...
Sorry aber für mich gehört das rot markierte nicht in einen ernsthaften NR.

Giyani is pleased to announce the appointment of Rotsdrill Exploration as the main drilling contractor for Phase 1 after a competitive bidding process, in which 4 reputable drilling companies were invited to participate. The Company provided all contractors with a specific scope of work as well as access to the drill targets in order for them to develop comparable proposals.

Rotsdrill Exploration is an experienced, Botswana based, drilling company that is best known for drilling difficult rock conditions in the Debswana owned kimberlite diamond mine at Jwaneng, ~70 kilometres north of the K.Hill prospect. Debswana is a joint venture between De Beers and the Botswana Government.

Mobilization of equipment is underway and the drill program is planned to commence the week of April 16, 2018.
..ich schau mir das Ganze jetzt mal ohne Invest von der Seitenlinie aus an .. allen hier viel Erfolg!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.554.808 von MONSIEURCB am 16.04.18 16:25:59Najaaa, Das wollte ich "Maigret" schonmal Ähnlich schreiben.
M.E. können Sie noch sehr, sehr interessant werden,
und ich finde Die haben tlw "echt geile Indikationen",
aber für Mich wären Sie für die long WL.
Das würde ich; ggf.; dem HutMr. auch anraten.
Also echt Respekt vor dem Kerl, aber hier ist Meine Meinung/Einschätzung deutlich, deutlich Anders als Reiners.

Lass Sie erstmal ein paar prospects "an"stechen...........................................
.. und dieses Blockchain-Abenteuer wirkt ein bisschen arg marketing-geil ... oder genial?


So recht transparent ist das alles nicht ...
THANKS für's Reinstellen!

Nett - aber ...

Hmmm ... sieht noch nach einer längeren Durststrecke aus ... vielleicht in 1-2 Jahren neuer Versuch?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.299.704 von Popeye82 am 16.03.18 14:51:46

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.533.666 von H2_Gewinner am 13.04.18 09:06:23wieso das? oder hast du einfach nur das wort nicht vergessen?
sowas wünsche ich mir hier:

Klingt alles gut. Bin dabei.
Liefere demnächst weiteren Input ...
"High-Grade Manganese Project Moving to Production

When investors think of “battery metals”, the first words that likely come to mind are lithium and cobalt, and perhaps even nickel – primary inputs in the lithium-ion battery. In turn, these batteries are immediately associated with the electric vehicle market.

The leading battery chemistry for the electric vehicle market is the “NMC” battery, representing the nickel, manganese, and cobalt that are required for the cathodes of these batteries. The cathode is the single largest cost component of the Li-ion battery. So why don’t more metals investors think of manganese when they think of battery metals?

In large part, this is because there are two markets for manganese: a low-tech market that can be (and is) supplied by lower grade deposits. Then there is the new hi-tech manganese market – primarily for Li-ion batteries. Given the current price structure for this sector, the EV market requires high-grade manganese as a manufacturing input.

It’s all in the numbers. Battery-grade electrolytic manganese dioxide (EMD) at 99.7% purity or higher is needed in order to provide the required performance parameters as set by the battery and cathode makers. Processing manganese to this level of purity is a significant cost in itself, and the lower the grade of manganese the higher that cost.
With the current price of EMD gravitating around US$2 per kilogram, this means that a manganese mining operation needs to yield roughly 420 kg of EMD per metric tonne, translating into a grade of 42% manganese or better.

A purity level of 42% or greater for any metal/mineral implies a very high-grade deposit. Enter Giyani Metals Corp. (TSX: V.WDG, OTCQB: CATPF, Forum). The Company’s mandate is to put a high-grade manganese project into production, with production targeted for the end of 2018.

WDG’s operations are located in the global nexus for manganese mining: the Transvaal Supergroup. This geological formation straddles the border between South Africa and Botswana. It presently hosts more than 75% of the planet’s known manganese reserves.

Giyani’s flagship property is the Kanye Project in Botswana, with three high-grade manganese prospects identified thus far: Kgwakgwe Hill or K.Hill, Otse, and Lobatse. The total area size of the Kanye Project land package is 8,135 square kilometers, which is approximately the size of Puerto Rico. Within the boundaries of this property are several past-producing (high grade) manganese mines.

These mines shut down in the 1960’s. This occurred during the economic chaos that ensued in Botswana in the years immediately after it achieved independence. But those dark days are firmly buried in the past.

Today, Botswana is a model for other African jurisdictions. In 2016; the nation was named as the “most attractive economy for investments” in Africa, in Quantum Global’s Africa Investment Index 2016.

In 2017; Botswana was cited as the least corrupt country in Africa for the 22nd year in a row. This came from Transparency International in Berlin, in its 2017 Corruption Perception Index. Indeed, Transparency International specifically noted that Botswana scored higher than several European nations, including Italy and Greece.

In 2018; Botswana is known as a mining nation, but not for its manganese mining – yet. Instead, Botswana has become the African capital for diamond mining, displacing its neighbour to the south, South Africa. It currently hosts the world’s two largest diamond mines.

This lucrative diamond industry has lifted the Botswana economy, translating into one of Africa’s highest per capita incomes. Along with this rising prosperity, the diamond industry has spurred considerable investment into mining-related infrastructure. This is one of the factors that makes manganese mining in Botswana economically attractive.

The primary factor, however, is sky-high grades. WDG has assayed 168 surface samples at Kwgakwge Hill, reporting up to 73.4% MnO at its “K. Hill Prospect” and up to 67.4% at its “Otse Prospect”. These numbers are not a great surprise given the history of high-grade manganese mining within this land package.

The second factor that strongly favors manganese mining at K. Hill is mining-friendly geology. Much of the manganese mineralization contained in the Transvaal Supergroup is locked into hard-rock formations. These deposits can still be mined economically but require more extensive mining infrastructure.

The geology at K. Hill is sedimentary in nature. This is part of the reason why the manganese grades are so high. As this sediment collected, this has served to concentrate the level of manganese mineralization. In a meeting with Stockhouse Editorial, the Company’s CEO, Robin Birchall, went into greater detail on the friendly geology at K. Hill, "Results from the preliminary metallurgical testing we performed in the fourth quarter of 2017 indicated that the percentage levels of deleterious elements in the test sample does not affect quality or recovery."

Equally, extracting manganese from this sedimentary geology is much more cost-effective. Not only is the manganese easy to extract, the simple form of extraction necessary to mine this manganese deposit requires minimal capital expenditures.

Experienced mining investors may view the graphic above and ask: where is the rest of the equipment for mining operations?

The above simple flowsheet represents all that is needed for the first stage of the supply-chain. Once the manganese bearing sedimentary rock is passes through basic crushing and screening it can be quickly and economically upgraded to a higher grade. This product is subsequently fed into a gravity separation stage, followed by hydrometallurgical processing to produce battery-grade EMD.

The Company also benefits from abundant infrastructure. K. Hill is situated with nearby access to a rail line that can provide cost-effective shipping via five different ports, several of which are strategically located for servicing the important China and India markets.

With no defined resource in place, achieving production by the end of 2018 may seem like an overly ambitious target. Investors need to grasp the ease of moving to production here.
Giyani is planning 1,000 to 2,000 meters of diamond drilling in Q1 2018 on the K. Hill and Otse prospects. Given the near-surface mineralization, management predicts that this is all the drilling that will be required to produce a resource estimate and define the mineralization sufficiently for extraction to commence.

More information is required here. In the manganese mining that took place previously on this property, production came almost exclusively from very high grade “manganese nodules”: extremely high concentrations of manganese, but in smaller deposits.

The Company has seen evidence during its 2017 regional mapping and sampling program that there are still more nodules to be mined at K.Hill. Moreover, Giyani has also confirmed the existence of a manganeferrous shale unit, at K.Hill, that is rich in manganese and has not been mined before.

While the fundamentals for the manganese sector have been previously outlined, the specific dynamics for this market are somewhat more complex. In general terms, the “two markets” for manganese are divided between high-grade and low-grade manganese producers.

Muddying the waters here is China. China has been producing significant quantities of high-purity manganese (for the battery metals market), but via low-grade manganese deposits. Not only are the economics of such manganese production dubious, the low-tech processing used to reach this level of purity carries potentially catastrophic environmental consequences.
A report prepared for the BMO Capital Markets Global Metals & Mining Conference 2018 outlines the parameters here. BMO sees increasing tightness in this market due to a combination of supply and demand factors.

On the supply side, they report “environmental related stoppages” in China as well as rail disruptions in South Africa impacting production. In terms of demand, in addition to the strong demand for high-purity manganese for Li-ion battery production, high global steel output is adding to demand pressure with respect to the supply of lower-grade manganese.

Given its massive manganese reserves, South Africa’s share of supply is a given over the longer term. The “wildcard” here is China. There is not a lot of transparency in China’s manganese industry. Speculation within the world of mining is that manganese production in China may have fallen by as much as half.

How significant is this drop in China’s production, over the longer term? A July 2017 Bloomberg article (The Electric Car Revolution is Accelerating) puts this into context with this bold prediction.

Production of lithium, cobalt and manganese will each increase more than 100-fold.

With manganese production predicted to expand by two orders of magnitude over the longer term, this means that any cuts in production will put even more upward price pressure on this market. With Giyani’s low-cost/low cap-ex production, this simply translates into higher margins on future production.

Solidifying the fundamentals in this sector even further is the other market for lithium-ion fuel cells: the energy storage market. “Green” energy sources like wind and solar produce dramatically fluctuating power levels. To make this technology more cost-competitive with other energy sources requires highly efficient fuel cells to store the excess power produced during peak periods.

Ultimately, the energy storage market may end up as an even larger driver of manganese demand than the EV market. For Giyani Metals, it is immaterial which of these markets triumphs as the largest source of manganese demand. The real winners here will be the Company’s shareholders.

Appendix: Giyani Metals’ management team

FULL DISCLOSURE: Giyani Metals Inc. is a paid client of Stockhouse Publishing.
Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/news/newswire/2018/04/03/high-grade-manganese-project-moving-to-production#ABCjZCi6gJJXV6Qa.99"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.405.656 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 28.03.18 07:45:44
Zitat von links-zwo-drei-vier: D.P.: 25K!


Und wieder 25K!

Schöne Ostern!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.299.704 von Popeye82 am 16.03.18 14:51:46Warum geht's so abwärts
exploseitig wird Es ja laaaaangsam mal wärmer.

mal sehen was K.Hill liefert.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.273.526 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 14.03.18 11:28:21und da ist die Meldung "Büro" schon:

Auf stockhouse vom User Bipolar_ray:

PDAC Update

Overall, the PDAC was deemed a great success - over 25,000 people attended.

Duane, Robin, and Wajd were in attendance. They were busying meeting with institutions - Robin is extremely connected; around key parts of the world. Robin has the experience and connections to ramp up interest in Giyani. All the instituitions wanted to know if there was a 43-101.

Have to mention. Wisly attended as well; he told me that he has retired from posting on SH. Unfortunate, When you get a chance, look up Wisly past post were he calculated estimated value of ore on Giyani property. I mentioned this before; the calcs provide valuable insight.

Robin presented the Giyani story in the Energy Materials and Technology category. This category attracted alot of people. I sat through a number of the presentations in this category; all focused on providing materials to the battery industry. Giyani is in an excellent spot. Robin did a great job presenting and promoting Giyani's potential, and highlighted next steps. An instituitonal rep asked Robin about Giyani's strategic position - he simply responded with 'Giyani will be bought out'. A key take away I had, was that North America is behind on the idea of EVs and power storage in comparison to Europe, Asia, and Australia. They are far ahead and see the need to secure the core ingredients for batteries with institutional support.

Drilling should be starting soon; it's scheduled for this quarter. Been told the drilling program will not take long - a bunch of shallow holes around the K Hill site. Most likely to have results by first week of June.

We wont have to wait much longer. It's been very frustrating I've been waiting 7 years as of this month.

If you didn't notice in last NR, Giyani now has a formal Botswana office. Should be news soon to annouce start of drilling and other activities. An initial resource estimate is in the scheduled for this quarter. Everyone should be reviewing the roadmap in February Investor update - a good way to see what is in the plan.

I see the glass as being half full, and soon the tap will turn on to starting filling it up.

Quelle: http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=v.wdg&p…

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.207.013 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 07.03.18 07:43:20PDAC 2018 Insights from Battery Metal Companies: Enertopia, Advantage Lithium, Fortune Minerals, Giyani Metals and Leading Edge

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.230.713 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 09.03.18 07:59:17man muss aber auch eingestehen, dass da manganese x aufgrund der vorliegenden bohrdaten und der extrem niedrigen MK ein kauf wert war. was die da nun nebenbei sich an die backe nageln gefällt mir persönlich so überhaupt nicht. aber was weiß ich schon. :rolleyes:

was eben gefällt sind hier die insiderkäufe. sicherlich niemals ein garant für einen positiven ausgang, aber schon mal ein vertrauensbeweise aus erster hand. so auch bei PLU, PLM und AGC der fall. auch wenn bei letzerem der kurs ebenfalls eher vergessenswert ist.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.230.713 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 09.03.18 07:59:17Was für ein Gemetzel!
Schönes Wochenende trotzdem!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.207.613 von Desmowilli am 07.03.18 08:47:11Also schön ist etwas anderes.

Einige sind sicherlich zu Manganese X gewechselt, da "Helmut" auch bei den Holzfällern zum Kauf geblasen hat.

Quelle: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui

Ein schönes WE wünscht

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.208.801 von Popeye82 am 07.03.18 10:26:40hatte ich was übersehen? bin davon ausgegangen die hätten aktuell nur gesteinsproben?
wann hatten die denn da RC bohrungen durchgeführt? ein NI liegt da offenbar auch nicht vor somit ist das für mich aktuell schwer zu bewerten.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.208.201 von sir_krisowaritschko am 07.03.18 09:38:48Klar kann man Das.
So "ungefähr bisschen".
Je nach Input Konfiguration.

Aber Sie wissen schon Was Die bis Jetzt gemacht haben?
Das waren Jetzt nicht gerade die Giga RC drillings.

Was -Jetzt können Sie Ihrer These PRAKTISCH Gewicht geben- sagt denn Ihre Taschenrechner GlasKugel: Wieviel sollte vermutlich uuungefähr -1. step- rauskommen??
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.207.973 von Popeye82 am 07.03.18 09:17:36naja ich denke man kann da schon während des bohrens anhand der veröffentlichten bohrkerne und koordinaten ableiten was da eventuell im nachklang an verwertbarer resource herum kommen könnte. wobei ich zugeben muss, dass mangan eher neuland für mich darstellt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.207.013 von links-zwo-drei-vier am 07.03.18 07:43:20gespannt bin ich; ab dann; wenn mal eine Erste Anständige(also nicht so "Test"material(/small scale) Verfütterung) Resource vorliegt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.207.613 von Desmowilli am 07.03.18 08:47:11Danke für die Blumen,

aber dann noch mit einem Song von RAMMSTEIN zu antworten, war natürlich für mich die Kröööönung!!



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