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Habe in dunkler Erinnerung, dass hier mal Riesenpotential schlummern sollte, danach lange nichts mehr gehoert.
Hat jemand jegliche aktuelle Infos ueber den Wert?
Vielen Dank.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.407.341 von ooy am 18.11.09 03:20:53
Hi Ooy,

Nur als kleine Warnung:


Manila freezes Intex's permit for $2,4bn nickel project
www.miningweekly.com/article/manila-freezes-intexs-permit-fo…

Gruß,
Popeye
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.416.752 von Popeye82 am 19.11.09 10:09:49Danke Dir, habe einen Kollegen, der da noch investiert ist, allerdings auf 80 oder 90% Verlust sitzt, bin dadurch wieder auf den Wert aufmerksam geworden.
Werde jetzt erstmal den Bericht lesen.
Hier ist doch was im Busch! Der Anstieg der letzten Tage geht komplett unbeachtet vonstatten. Würde wetten, dass es hier die Tage eine Hammermeldung gibt! Oder hat schon jemand die Ursache für den enormen Aufschwung gefunden?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.061.706 von Paulos am 04.03.10 18:13:56v. 26.02.2010:
http://www.newsweb.no/newsweb/search.do?messageId=255145

The Mindoro Nickel project matures significantly

· The Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) concludes that Mindoro Nickel can be a major, low cost producer close to the biggest markets for nickel for many decades. The study was released on 19 February 2010. The results indicate an IRR of 23.6 % and an NPV (10%) of USD 2.3 billion with a cash cost after credits of USD 0.56 per pound of nickel metal produced, based on a long term nickel price of USD 8.25/lb

· 126 million tonnes of Proved and Probable JORC2 compliant laterite ore reserves of 0.95% nickel and 0.06% cobalt, containing approximately 1.2 million tonnes of nickel (represents a 70% increase)

· Total ore resources of 315 million tonnes of 0.83% nickel and 0.06% cobalt, containing approximately 2.6 million tonnes of nickel (represents a 50% increase)

· An Environmental Compliance Certificate was issued on 14 October 2009, and in a letter dated 18 November the DENR notified the company that the ECC was suspended for 90 days. The company has not received any further notification and the suspension period ended on 16 February.

Für weitere Details, siehe Link oben.
Hört sich doch gut an, danke!

Ich habe so das Gefühl, hier ist noch einiges zu erwarten. Leider gibts hier bei Intex keine große Aufmerksamkeit, aber das kommt sicher noch. Das Management kauft ja auch schon eigene Aktien. Man verspricht sich offenbar was von der nahen Zukunft. Gutes Zeichen!

ITX - MELDEPLIKTIG HANDEL


11. mars 2010 har Anne Katrine Lieng Jacobsen,
Accounting Manager i Intex Resources ASA, kjøpt 6 000
aksjer på kurs 9,70 kr.

Ny beholdning etter kjøpet er 10 000 aksjer.

Erlend Grimstad
Administrerende Direktør
Intex Resources ASA



For ytterligere informasjon, vennligst kontakt:

Andrea Båsen, Vice President Corporate Development &
Investor Relations
Mobil: 41 23 97 04
E-post: ab@intexresources.com


Intex Resources ASA
Munkedamsveien 45A
0250 Oslo
NO 976 094 875 MVA

Telefon: 23 11 33 44
Telefax: 23 11 33 45
Aussichtsreich ist Intex definitiv, aber solange die EEC nicht erteilt ist, ist das ganze Geschäftsmodell hinfällig. Die Recherche von philipinischen Zeitungen und Blogs ergab, dass das wohl einiges an Negativer Stimmung gegen Intex besteht. Auch besteht ein 25 jähriges Moratorium, dass jeglichen Bergbau in der Region Mindora untersagt. Also Gewinne sichern und abwarten, bis EEC ersteilt ist.
Woffelbaer
Seit Februar verdreifacht, und keiner kriegts mit? Noch! Werft mal einen Blick auf den Jahreschart, so lob ich mir das. Ja, Intex ist im Norden!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.385.996 von Paulos am 22.04.10 19:03:01Ja, der Spuk kann aber ganz schnell vorbei sein!
Schaut mal Philippinische Tageszeitungen im Internet.

Da ist einiges an Betrugsvorwürfen unterwegs.
Hier nur mal die Highlights
So soll der Vertrag, mit dem das Land gekauft wurde nur mit einem Fingerabdruck unterschrieben sein.
Ein Aktivist gegen Intex wurde erschossen.
Die Kirche und mehr als 10 kommunen machen gegen Itex mobil.

Es gibt ein Moratorium, dass für 25 Jahre den Bergbau in diesem Gebiet verbietet.

usw.

Nochmals: Solange die EEC nicht erteilt ist, ist das Geschäftsmodell von Intex hinfällig.
Auch dürfte - wenn überhaupt - eine EEC nur mit Auflagen erteilt werden, was definitiv zu Lasten von Intex gehen wird.
Gerade weil der Kurs so schön gestiegen ist, sollten die Gewinne jetzt mitgenommen werden. Aufgrund der Fehlenden EEC hat sich bereits jetzt die Startphase um min. 5-6 Monate verzögert. Und noch ist kein Ende in Sicht. von 40 Cent auf 1,35 sind ermal genug.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.386.290 von Woffelbaer am 22.04.10 19:44:10Haupversammlung ist angekündigt und Jahreszahlen 2009 wurden veröffentlicht, können auf der Webseite runtergeladen werden. Bin gerade am durchlesen, vielleicht/sicher findet sich hier die Erklärung für den ungebremsten Kurs-Anstieg der letzten Monate.


NOTICE OF ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

Shareholders of Intex Resources ASA are given notice of the ordinary general meeting which will take place on Friday 14 May 2010, at 13:00 at Thon Conference Vika Atrium, meeting room “Aker”, Munkedamsveien 45, 0250 Oslo, Norway.

The 2009 Annual Report is released today, and is available on the company’s website.

The notice of the annual general meeting, the attendance form, and the annual report will be sent to the company’s shareholders by post.

Erlend Grimstad
President & CEO
Intex Resources ASA




For further information please contact:
Andrea Båsen, VP Corporate Development & IR
Mob: +47 41 23 97 04
Email: ab@intexresources.com


Intex Resources ASA
Munkedamsveien 45 A
0250 Oslo
NO 976 094 875 MVA

Tlf: +47 23 11 33 44
Fax: +47 23 11 33 45
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.386.290 von Woffelbaer am 22.04.10 19:44:10Der Kursverlauf sagt was anderes. Hier scheint man keine großen Bedenken zu haben, was die Projekte in Mindoro angeht. Der Kurs steigt weiter, bedeutet man erwartet positive Signale auch von der anstehenden Hauptversammlung.
So wie ich das gelesen habe, ist das Projekt auch eine große Chance für Mindoro. Intex hat Zusagen gemacht, das betroffene Gebiet wieder zu renaturieren, nachdem die Resourcen abgebaut wurden. Der wirtschaftliche Aufschwung, den man sich von dem Projekt erhofft scheint wohl schwerer zu wiegen, als der Eingriff in die Natur. Aber das ist eigentlich überall so, wo es etwas abzubauen gibt. Rohstoffe sind gefragt, darum erhoffe ich mir weiter steigende Kurse. Schaun mer mal...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.479.614 von NAGADA am 07.05.10 12:22:40Was geht heute, -60%!!!
Was ist passiert??
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.156.329 von ooy am 15.09.10 17:04:36ist die Bude pleite??

Bitte um Info
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.261.522 von ramei am 04.10.10 19:56:04Geht gut ab die Woche, ueber 100% vom Tief, Nachrichten hab ich aber auch keine...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.456.020 von ooy am 04.11.10 17:19:24Schau einfach mal bei www.intexresources.com rein.
Alle notwendigen Infos zu den Kursbewegungen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.460.934 von grenzwall am 05.11.10 10:11:19Ich stells mal rein, hochinteressante Sachen, ich werde meine restlichen 3.000 Stueck wohl laenger halten...

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UPDATE ON THE MINDORO NICKEL PROJECT

As previously announced, Intex Resources ASA has, together with its advisors, continued its strategic process regarding the Mindoro Nickel Project, also after the indication by Lybica Holding B.V. of its intended voluntary offer to acquire all the outstanding shares of the company.


This process is still ongoing, and Intex Resources ASA has, among other indications of interest, on 30 October received a proposal letter from a global private pension fund with public pension partners (“the Fund”) regarding project funding for the Mindoro Nickel Project.

The Fund has in the proposal letter stated their firm indication to fund the Mindoro Nickel Project with no less than USD 2 billion in project financing at a preferred yield, for ownership of 50% of the shares in Intex Resources AS, which holds the Mindoro Nickel project.

The proposal is subject to an insured EPCM contract, either by an investment grade EPCM party or a reputable insurance company, operational guarantees for a minimum annual production and long term off-take agreements from investment grade companies, with a minimum income covering cash costs and the required annual yield for the Fund.

Intex Resources ASA would be required to raise the remaining project financing of the Mindoro Nickel Project, currently estimated to USD 500 million.

At a discount rate of 8.6% and a long term nickel price of USD 8.25/lb, the Mindoro Nickel Project has an estimated net present value of approximately USD 3.1 billion. Assuming that Intex’ USD 500 million funding of the project can be made on equal terms, this would imply an estimated net present value of USD 1.55 billion for Intex Resources ASA’s remaining 50% shareholding in Intex Resources AS.

Negotiations for a Term Sheet and subsequently an agreement shall commence within December 2010.

The global private pension fund with public pension partners is Australia – US based, and invest partner equity in a broad range of infrastructure assets. It encompasses assets in Asia, Europe, United Kingdom, North America, Australia and New Zealand.


Further, the company has also received a time limited and conditional offer (the Mindoro Offer) for all of the shares in its subsidiary Intex Resources AS from the Philippine listed company Atok-Big Wedge Co., Inc. (“Atok”).

Atok offers to buy 100% of the outstanding shares in Intex Resources AS for a cash consideration of USD 10 million payable on closing plus a deferred settlement in shares consisting of 300 million new shares in Atok (“the Consideration Shares”). The current market price of the Atok share (AB) is PHP 64.45 (USD 1.50).

The Consideration Shares would be subject to a lock-up period of approximately 40 months. After the end of the lock-up period, Atok is offering Intex Resources ASA a put option where Intex can resell the Consideration Shares to Atok or its assignee for a consideration of USD 100 million. As security for the put option, Atok undertakes to provide a bank guarantee.

As part of the offer, Atok also undertakes to complete a transaction with a major international company which has the capability to provide financing for the Mindoro Nickel Project. If Atok is unable to complete such a transaction within 12 months from closing, Intex will have the right to reverse the initial transaction with Atok, but retain the cash consideration of USD 10 million.

The Mindoro Offer implies a nominal value of the Mindoro Nickel project of at least USD 110 million, with an additional potential upside. However, as the Mindoro Offer initially was subject to a final agreement being entered into prior to the extraordinary general meeting (the “EGM”) of Intex Resources ASA scheduled for 5 November 2010, the Board of Directors of Intex Resources ASA decided not to further pursue the Mindoro Offer at this point based on, among other things, that an agreement along the lines of the Mindoro Offer would require more time and work to be in an acceptable form to Intex Resources ASA, as well as the fact that a topic for the EGM is the withdrawal of the authority to sell Intex Resources AS or the Mindoro Nickel Project.
Atok-Big Wedge Company, Inc. is registered with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission. Since 1996, the company’s corporate primary purpose has been general investment, with mining, real estate management and development, manufacturing, food products processing, and lending and borrowing money listed among its secondary purposes. In November 2009, Boerstar Corporation, a Philippine holding company, became the controlling and majority shareholder of AB.


Based on the indications of interest received so far, the Board of Directors of Intex Resources ASA is of the opinion that the value of the Mindoro Nickel Project far exceeds the intended offer for the shares in Intex Resources ASA as previously presented by Lybica Holding B.V.

The Board of Directors of Intex Resources ASA is pleased with the continued interest for the Mindoro Nickel Project, and the implicit value of the Mindoro Nickel Project illustrated by these indications of interest.

Erlend Grimstad, CEO of Intex Resources ASA, comments: “The indications of interest received so far confirms that the Mindoro Nickel Project is a solid and economic robust project, and that Intex Resources ASA can create substantial values for its shareholders.”


Erlend Grimstad
President & CEO
Intex Resources ASA

Kjell Almskog
Chairman of the Board
Intex Resources ASA


For further information please contact:
Erlend Grimstad, President & CEO
Mobile: +63 920 970 7337


Intex Resources ASA
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.461.480 von ooy am 05.11.10 11:13:29Schau Dir mal die Liste der größen Aktionäre bei Intex an.
Da sollten Fragen zur weiteren Finanzierung des Projektes auch kein Thema sein.
Falls die Behörden vor Ort ernste Probleme bereiten, ist Intex mit diesen Investoren
im Rücken auch ganz gut aufgestellt.
Gruß grenzwall
Q3-Zahlen sind für morgen avisiert, mal sehen wie's gelaufen ist in letzter Zeit! Noch ist Zeit zum Handeln!
Quartalsbericht ist da:

http://www.intexresources.com/news.cfm?id=232

Außerordentliche HV für den 22.12. anberaumt, unsere Weihnachtsgeschenke werden geschnürt.
Gar keiner mehr interessiert an Intex Resources? Es gibt etliche News zu Mindoro.
Intex hat seinen CEO gefeuert, das deutet sicher darauf hin, dass es in letzter Zeit nicht optimal gelaufen ist. Vielleicht kommt mit einem neuen CEO auch mal wieder etwas Schwung in die Aktie und in die Diskussion hier auf w.o.

Hier die Meldung:
Erlend Grimstad resigns as CEO in Intex Resources ASA

The Board of Directors of Intex Resources ASA and Mr. Erlend Grimstad, CEO, has today agreed to terminate
Mr. Grimstads employment with Intex Resources ASA. Mr. Grimstad steps down from the position as CEO as of today.


Mr. Jon Steen Petersen and Mr. Sven Monrad Jensen will at the same time resume their positions as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President Exploration respectively. Mr. Petersen is appointed acting CEO of Intex Resources ASA until further notice.

Mr. Jon Steen Petersen has 40 years of experience as a geologist, both in the academic community and from the mining industry. He has been working with the University of Århus (Denmark) and the University of Oslo (Norway) as a professor, teaching economic geology and geochemistry. Mr. Petersen has further had a number of executive positions in mining- and exploration companies, and also a central position in development of all of Intex Resources‘ key projects.

Going forward, Intex Resources ASA will focus on strategic and operational development of several projects, with a preferential focus on Mindoro Nickel (Philippines), Maniitsoq Diamonds (Greenland) and Hurdal Molybdenum (Norway). These projects are part of the companys key portfolio, and are seen to represent promising commercial opportunities. To be able to develop these and other new projects, the company is currently in the process of re-hiring necessary geological and administrative competence both in Norway and in the Philippines.

Supplementary information regarding status of the companys projects will be given as part of the 2010 annual report.


The Board of Intex Resources ASA



For further information, please contact:

Jan A, Vestrum, chairman of the Board
Mob: +44 7766506422 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +44 7766506422 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Email: jvestrum@intexresources.com

Intex Resources ASA
Munkedamsveien 45 A
0250 Oslo

Phone +47 23 11 33 44 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +47 23 11 33 44 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax: +47 23 11 33 45
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To extend the repurchase program of own shares
19 Aug 2011

The Board of Intex Resources ASA has on Wednesday August 15th 2011 decided to continue the repurchase of 2.267.666 of their own shares.

The repurchased shares will be retired, or used as a share purchase program for employees.

The repurchase will be performed in accordance with the authorization given to the Board of Directors on the Annual General Meeting on May 27th 2011.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.553.991 von speku@1 am 05.01.12 13:30:42Intex Resources ASA is pleased to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop the Mindoro Nickel project was signed during a ceremony in Shenzhen, China on January-4 2012 with MCC8 Group Co Ltd.
MCC8 is a major Chinese state-controlled engineering and construction company, and is a former division of China’s largest nickel producer, Jinchuan Group. The company develops, and forms consortia that undertake project finance, plant engineering and construction (EPCM), mine and plant operation and equity investments. MCC8 possess a 57-year history of construction and completion of more than 80 non-ferrous metallurgical plants, including the construction of China‘s Nickel City in Jinchang.

Under the MOU, MCC8 will be granted a Project Management Contract (PMC) and will form a consortium to undertake project finance, identify a project operator, evaluate EPCM contract options, structure off-take, and complete the Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for a staged project construction.

MCC8 and its strategic partners will have a first right of refusal/option to buy up to 90% of Mindoro Nickel in a staged process for USD 296 million. Intex Resources ASA will keep 10% of the project free carried and have the further right to buy back 10% for 60 million USD after completion of the project. The options are transferable to new financial or industrial consortium members being brought in. The MOU anticipates the project will be financed through a consortium of companies to be coordinated by MCC8.

In a comment Intex’s CEO Jon S Petersen added: “we are very pleased to see that Mindoro Nickel’s green mining concept has been met with genuine interest from one of Asia’s largest and most prestigious companies in the non-ferrous metallurgical industry, and a company that has a declared focus on modern environmental solutions. MCC8 has a strong financial background, but also a company that has a demonstrated capability for sustainable green solutions in its many recent projects. Intex is looking forward to see Mindoro Nickel be developed to the benefit of its many stakeholders, the Provinces of Mindoro Island and the Philippine Nation.”

Advisors:
Intex Resources ASA has been advised by Emerging Asia Capital Ltd.

Contact persons:
Jan Vestrum, Chairman, Intex Resources ASA. email: jvestrum@intexresources.com
William He, President, MCC8 Group Company Ltd, email: heyu@chinamcc8.com



Background MCC8:
MCC8, formerly Jinchuan Metals Nonferrous Construction Company, is a leading green infrastructure development company with engineering, procurement and construction experience for non-ferrous metallurgical industry projects in Asia and a partner of Jinchuan Group (JNMC), the world’s top-3 nickel, cobalt and copper multinational. As a pioneer in energy-saving technology business and cleantech industry investments, it is the sector‘s recognized leader in China and Southeast Asia. MCC8 has undertaken over 50 energy-efficiency projects and 300 other significant infrastructure projects. Last week, MCC8 announced the partnership with Jinchuan Group for a new copper and nickel plant in Guangxi at a total investment of 10.5 billion RMB (USD 1.67 bn) targeting annual production of 400,000 tons copper and 35,000 tons nickel smelting. The company is particularly focused on developing infrastructure projects in emerging markets while solving the problems of environmental degradation in the world.
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296 Mio wären 3.2 USD pro Aktie, 30 Mio sind noch aus dem alten Cashbestand vorhanden. 10% free carried sollte nochmal so viel wert sein (300+ Mio) bei einem NPV von 2500 Mio laut Feasibility. Das Rückkaufsrecht für 10% für 60 Mio wäre bei hohen Nickelpreisen ein weiterer Pluspunkt. Zu normalen Börsenzeiten wäre ein Kursziel um die 3 Euro angesagt, aber normal ist heutzutage nix mehr.
Bingo wäre natürlich gewesen, sie hätten das ganze Ding zun NPV in bar verkaufen können. Also 25 USD pro Aktie. Doch dergleichen passiert nur selten.
Was wurde auf der Hauptversammlung besprochen ?
Hab bis jetzt noch keine Meldungen entdeckt.
Es gibt ja nun bald wieder eine Hauptversammlung (13.5.) und auch einen Quartalsbericht (14.5.). Vielleicht erfährt man ja diesmal irgendwelche Eckpunkte. Ansonsten ist das alles hier nur ein Dahingedümpel und macht wenig Spaß. Aber man soll ja nie nie sagen ....
- MANDATORY NOTIFICATION OF TRADE

On 19 December 2013 CLH Invest AS, which is controlled by Christian L. Holst, Chairman in Intex Resources ASA, purchased 50,000 shares in Intex at an average price of NOK 2.0984 per share. Following the transaction, Christian L. Holst holds 50,000 shares and 100,000 options in Intex Resources ASA. This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act


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