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Mason Graphite is a Canadian mining company focused on the exploration and development of one of the highest grade graphite deposits known in the world. Its 100% owned Lac Guéret graphite property is located in northeastern Québec near the main service center of Baie-Comeau and currently hosts a NI 43-101 compliant Measured & Indicated mineral resource of 7.6 million tonnes grading 20.4% Cg (carbon as graphite). 20.4% Cgr is the equivalent to about 9.1 g/t gold (assuming graphite price of $1,750 and gold price of $1,250. Source: Craig Miller at TD Securities). Tremendous exploration potential exists on the property with the current mineral resource based on exploration of only 17% of one well defined zone. By the end of 2015, the Company intends to have developed the Lac Guéret project into one of the world’s highest grade graphite producers. Mason Graphite is led by Benoit Gascon, CA CMA, who has held 20 years of executive positions at Timcal, including over 6 years as CEO. Timcal, now owned by Imerys, is the largest graphite producer in the world.


A National Instrument 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate for the Lac Guéret property was completed in July 2012, which was based on the 24 drill holes completed by Quinto in 2006 (for a total of 2,284 metres cored). The results, using a cut-off grade of 4% carbon as graphite (Cgr), were as follows:

Measured & Indicated mineral resources

Approximately 7.6 million tonnes grading 20.40% Cgr

Inferred mineral resources

Approximately 2.8 million tonnes grading 17.29% Cgr

The graphite occurrence on the Lac Guéret property occurs in two zones, the GC zone and the GR zone.

GC Zone - Graphite mineralization in the GC zone has been mapped on strike up to 1.2 km and at width up to 240 metres. The current NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate is based on the exploration of only 17% of the GC zone area. An initial +/- 18,000 metre drilling program targeting the full length of this zone was initiated in July 2012 and is expected to translate into mineral growth in an updated mineral resource estimate targeted for the end of 2012.

GR Zone - Graphite mineralization in the GR zone has been identified on an area of up to 1 kilometre and up to 110 metres wide. The company intends to conduct a drilling program in this zone following proper definition drilling of the GC zone.
2012 Exploration Program

+/- 18,000 metre drilling program on the GC Zone initiated in July 2012
12,500 metres completed as at September 18, 2012
Completion of program expected by the end of 2012
Results are expected to translate into mineral growth in an updated mineral resource calculation expected by the end of 2012


TORONTO, Nov. 21, 2012 /CNW/ - Mason Graphite Inc. (TSX.V: LLG) ("Mason Graphite" or the "Company") reports assay results for 23 drill holes (4,355 metres) from the mineral resource expansion program at its Lac Guéret project in northeastern Quebec. Results and the corresponding map are presented below. These holes are part of a drilling program initiated in July 2012 that was designed to delineate additional mineral resources along strike of the GC zone, which hosts the current National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource of about 300,000 tonnes at 24.4% Carbon as Graphite ("Cgr") in the Measured category and 7.3 million tonnes at 20.2% Cgr in the Indicated category (effective as of June 22, 2012). The Company is awaiting results from an additional 34 drill holes (about 6,500 metres), which along with the 23 holes presented below will be included in its database to calculate an updated mineral resource estimate that is planned for completion in early 2013.

Significant graphite intercepts in this round of results, include:

Hole LG-44 intersected 96.0 metres at 16.9% Cgr

Hole LG-50 intersected 52.3 metres at 22.4% Cgr and 12.4 metres at 17.5% Cgr

Hole LG-53 intersected 43.5 metres at 20.0% Cgr, 16.5 metres at 15.7% and 88.5 metres at 21.0% Cgr

Hole LG-61 intersected 13.5 metres at 20.2% Cgr, 13.5 metres at 17.5% Cgr and 13.5 metres at 24.7% Cgr

Hole LG-231 intersected 33.0 metres at 19.1% Cgr

Benoît Gascon, CEO of Mason Graphite commented, "We are very pleased with the progression of our drilling program with over 26,600 metres completed since July. We plan to include approximately 11,000 metres of this program in an updated mineral resource which is expected for completion in early 2013, and the remaining results will be included in a second mineral resource update later in the first quarter of 2013. The initial results from 23 holes were all drilled at the border and beyond the boundaries of the July 2012 mineral resource calculation and we are very encouraged by the apparent continuity of high quality graphite mineralization extending to the south-east and south-west of this area."

Roche Ltd. Consulting Group, who completed the Company's National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource estimate in July 2012, has been retained to complete the upcoming mineral resource update.

See "Technical Report on the Lac Guéret Graphite Project" dated July 3, 2012 under Mason Graphite's profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com for additional information, including exploration information and data verification.

Table 1 - Best results from each of 23 drill holes (4,355 metres)
Hole From
(m) To
(m) Width
(m) Carbon as Graphite
(Cgr) (%)

LG-40 90.45 143.35 52.9 11.6
LG-41 23.75 34.6 10.85 17.1
62.4 119.2 56.8 11.8
LG-42 37 46.3 9.3 12.2
78.55 102.1 23.55 12.2
108.2 139.85 31.65 16.5
LG-43 46.5 58.5 12 15.8
108 132 24 18.1
LG-44 40.5 136.5 96 16.9
LG-47 17.2 22.55 5.35 21.1
120.25 145.8 25.55 16.5
LG-48 18.1 38.7 20.6 14
97.5 133.8 36.3 10
153.25 159.1 5.85 14.4
LG-49 4.95 19.4 14.45 12.3
57.65 151 93.35 17.1
LG-50 16.5 68.75 52.25 22.4
100.5 112.85 12.35 17.5
LG-51 32.3 43.6 11.3 13.3
72 95.7 23.7 20.6
LG-52 30 49.5 19.5 10.4
LG-53 16.5 60 43.5 20
106.5 123 16.5 15.7
144 232.5 88.5 21
LG-54 37.5 48 10.5 14.7
58.5 67.5 9 14.6
165 180 15 12.1
LG-55 51 79.5 28.5 14.6
127.5 157.5 30 11
168 175.5 7.5 19.3
LG-56 25.4 33.2 7.8 11.5
59.55 69.65 10.1 14.5
141 154 13 16.4
LG-61 15 28.5 13.5 20.2
36 49.5 13.5 17.5
57 69 12 8.3
103.5 129 25.5 14
171 184.5 13.5 24.7
LG-62 11.6 17.85 6.25 14.8
43.5 50.8 7.3 13.3
70.35 96 25.65 13.2
LG-63 38.5 52.25 13.75 14.3
74.8 83.6 8.8 14.3
151.3 165.45 14.15 12
LG-64 9.8 15.95 6.15 11.3
42.65 52.1 9.45 32.1
66 76.5 10.5 11.8
129.9 142.85 12.95 14.5
LG-65 44.1 53.85 9.75 13.3
57.5 65.4 7.9 24.2
137.7 161.35 23.65 19
LG-84 94.5 100.5 6 17.9
109.5 117 7.5 16.5
172.5 187.5 15 28.3
LG-97 78 88.5 10.5 20.2
94.5 105 10.5 11.7
LG-231 31.5 64.5 33 19.1

Stonecap gives the company an outperform recommendation and a $1.40 target price, which would give investors a projected return of 100% from the $0.70 price at the time the report was issued
Upcoming Key Milestones:
1) Q3 2012 – ± 18,000 metres of definition drilling on the GC Zone will aim to outline more than 50 Mt of graphite ore
2) October 30, 2012 - Mason Graphite begins trading on the TSX Venture under symbol “LLG”
3) Q4 2012 – Completion of preliminary metallurgical studies on 500 kg of material (Met-Chem)
4) Q1 2013 – Publication of 1st
Mineral Resource Update
5) Q4 2012 – Publication of PEA (Met-Chem) on the current 7.6 Mt portion of the GC Zone
6) Q1 2013 – Updated Mineral Resource
7) Ongoing – Baseline Environmental Studies in Q4 2012. See complete environmental permitting schedule in the Appendices.
8) Q3 2013 – Completion of feasibility-level metallurgical testing
9) Q3 2014 – Completion of a Bankable Feasibility Study
10) Q4 2015 – Expected graphite production at the Lac Guéret Project
Shares: ~57 Millionen

MK aktuell: ~37.55M$

Cash (Ende September 2012): 565 000$


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.905.060 von Kongo-Otto am 07.12.12 23:12:09Servus Otto :)
die LLG ist nur auf meine WL,finde sie sehr interessant,auf die PEA bin ich sehr gespannt. Ein gewaltiges Resources Update steht noch vor der Tür,erwarte ca.30Mil.t high grade(ca.15%) das Management sieht sehr kompetent aus,vor allen Benoît Gascon!Mal sehen, wo "die Reise" hingeht!

Benoît Gascon, CEO
Over 20 yrs of experience in the Graphite & Carbon industries. He was the CEO of Stratmin Graphite which operates the Lac-des-Iles deposit;
one of North America's only producing graphite mines. He was responsible for negotiating the complete take-over of Stratmin Graphite by Imerys SA, a world leader in Industrial Minerals, to form Timcal Graphite & Carbon.

Corporate Structure (November 01, 2012)
Stock Symbol V.LLG
Shares Outstanding 56,896,645
Options 500,000
Warrants 16,627,653
Fully Diluted 74,024,298
Market Cap ~$39M
Cash Position ~$6 M

Major Shareholders

F&M & Insiders ~20M shares
Institutions ~25M shares
GCIC Ltd -5.0M
PowerOne -Capital 2.7M
Fahad Tamimi ~8,634,000 shares

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.905.394 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 08.12.12 09:18:31Hallo Sepp,

wie sind eigentlich die Resourcen zu bewerten? fairer Wert/Potenzial?


Zitat von reini81: Hallo Sepp,

wie sind eigentlich die Resourcen zu bewerten? fairer Wert/Potenzial?



Servus "Alter",

Vergleiche Focus PEA mit LLG Resourcen!LLG hat grössere Resourcen höheren Grades 7,6 Mil.t a.20.40%(Resource Update Q1/13)


"Lac Knife is a world-class resource and the publication of our Preliminary Economic Assessment confirms Focus has the potential to become one of the highest-grade lowest-cost producers of graphite in the world.

"We enter a new phase now, where we can expedite our financing, advance customer off-take agreements, and construction of our purification and anode facilities."

The proposed life-of-mine production is seen at of 6.0 million tonnes of mill feed at a grade of 15.66% graphitic carbon, based on the initial mineral resource estimate disclosed in January.

With a mine life of 20 years, the open pit operation is seen yielding 300,000 tonnes per year, with life-of-mine production of 928,000 tonnes of concentrate at 92% graphitic carbon on average, or approximately 46,600 tonnes of concentrate per year.

Pre-tax net present value - at a 10% discount rate - is seen at $246 million with a 32% pre-tax internal rate of return and pre-tax payback period of 2.8 years.

Initial capital cost is seen at $154 million, inclusive of $33 million and $24 million in working capital and contingency (25 per cent), respectively.

Focus Graphite's PEA also showed an undiscounted pre-tax cash flow of $926 million, $3.7 billion total net revenue and average unit operating cost of $68 per tonne, rising to $435 per tonne assuming thermal purification on a contract basis.

Noch ein interessanter Punkt;
Laut StonCap ist LLG mit $14.42 per tonne of contained graphite bewertet und die Konkurrenz mit ca.$72.55 per tonne."

Hallo Sepp,

vielen Dank für die Infos zu Mason. Das liest sich schon sehr interessant!
Vorgestern kam die News, dass sie ihr Managementteam weiter ausbauen:

Grundsätzlich ein gutes Zeichen, da es dokumentiert, dass es vorangeht.

Nachdenklich stimmt mich der relativ niedrige Cashbestand von ca. 6 $Mio. In den nächsten Monaten müssten laut Planung einige Kosten auf Mason zukommen. Weißt du von Überlegungen zur Finanzierung der nächsten Schritte?
Servus tpnl,

LLG ist nur auf meiner WL,mMn gehört sie zu den top 5 in diesem Sektor.Die 6 Mil.$ + Warrants müssten reichen dieses Jahr,danach wird sicherlich ein PP kommen.

Warrants: 16,627,654 warrants are outstanding with exercise prices ranging from $0.20 to $1.00, with expiry dates ranging between July 18, 2013 to April 5, 2014. If exercised, 16,627,653 common shares would be issued for proceeds of $15,511,737.

Hallo Sepp,

vielen Dank für die schnelle Antwort!
Habe inzwischen noch eine Info gefunden, die mir eher weniger gefällt, wenn ich die folgende Passage richtig verstehe, kommen noch einige Meilensteinzahlungen auf Mason zu:

Mason Graphite is a private company incorporated pursuant to the Business Corporations Act (Ontario). Mason Graphite owns a 100% interest in the Lac Guéret graphite property (the "Lac Guéret Property") consisting of 11,630.34 hectares, which is located in the Côte-Nord-Nouveau-Québec region in northeastern Québec, which it acquired from Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. through its wholly-owned subsidiary Quinto Mining Corporation ("Quinto") pursuant to an asset purchase agreement dated April 5, 2012. The total purchase price for the acquisition was US$15,000,000 in cash, payable in instalments based on the achievement of certain milestones over a five year period and the issuance of 2,041,571 warrants to Quinto, each warrant being exercisable for one Mason Share at an exercise price of $0.75 until April 5, 2014. An aggregate of US$7,500,000 was paid on closing, with US$2,500,000 due following the completion of a feasibility study and US$5,000,000 due on achievement of commercial production. If the feasibility study is not completed by April 5, 2015, Mason Graphite is required to pay (a) US$1,250,000 on April 5, 2015, and (b) US$1,250,000 on the earlier of (i) the fifth business day following the day on which a feasibility study is completed; and (ii) October 5, 2015. If commercial production is not achieved by October 5, 2016, Mason Graphite is required to pay (a) US$2,500,000 on October 5, 2016; and (b) US$2,500,000 on the earlier of (i) the fifth business day following the day on which commercial production is achieved; and (ii) April 5, 2017. Pursuant to a general security agreement dated April 5, 2012, Quinto holds a security interest over all of Mason Graphite's personal and real property, including the mining claims that comprise the Lac Guéret Property, to secure payment of the balance of the purchase price and the performance of Mason Graphite's obligations under the asset purchase agreement.


Ist die PEA schon fertig?Was kommt am Montag oder nächste Woche?
Im Vergleich zu den Tagen davor,gestern ein deutlicher Umsatzanstieg!

Price Change % Change Volume
0.80 +0.00 +0.00% 1,122,100


Prices at 01.01.13

Date Open High Low Close Volume Adj Close*
Jan 25, 2013 0.80 0.82 0.79 0.80 1,122,10 0.80
Jan 24, 2013 0.81 0.81 0.78 0.80 396,400 0.80
Jan 23, 2013 0.79 0.84 0.79 0.82 295,100 0.82
Jan 22, 2013 0.80 0.81 0.79 0.80 341,700 0.80
Jan 21, 2013 0.83 0.83 0.80 0.80 218,000 0.80
Jan 18, 2013 0.81 0.83 0.80 0.82 418,700 0.82
Jan 17, 2013 0.80 0.80 0.79 0.79 64,500 0.79
Jan 16, 2013 0.80 0.80 0.79 0.79 53,200 0.79
Jan 15, 2013 0.82 0.83 0.78 0.78 81,100 0.78
Jan 14, 2013 0.82 0.88 0.79 0.79 159,000 0.79
Jan 11, 2013 0.75 0.78 0.73 0.76 77,000 0.76
Jan 10, 2013 0.73 0.73 0.73 0.73 107,600 0.73
Jan 9, 2013 0.71 0.73 0.70 0.73 71,500 0.73
Jan 8, 2013 0.73 0.74 0.72 0.73 144,300 0.73
Jan 7, 2013 0.75 0.75 0.74 0.74 120,300 0.74
Jan 4, 2013 0.76 0.76 0.75 0.75 263,500 0.75
Jan 3, 2013 0.73 0.75 0.73 0.75 44,700 0.75
Jan 2, 2013 0.70 0.73 0.70 0.73 41,600 0.73
Benoit Gascon: An Insider's Take on the Complicated Graphite Market


Source: Brian Sylvester of The Metals Report (1/29/13)

Ten years ago, Benoit Gascon would have said there's no money in graphite investment. But the former CEO of the only North American graphite producer to survive Chinese competition has changed his tune, thanks to increasing graphite consumption in China and India. Gascon, who argues that the graphite markets of the 1990s are gone for good, has thrown his hat back into the ring, this time as CEO of a junior player, Mason Graphite. In this interview with The Metals Report, Gascon gives us an inside look at the graphite space and explains why the cliché "the customer is always right" has extra resonance in this "inverted" market.

The Metals Report: Describe the typical relationship between a graphite producer and a graphite buyer.

Benoit Gascon: Graphite is an additive used in a myriad of products. Therefore, the graphite producer needs to have a close and continuous relationship with the customer in order to understand its current and future needs. Producers have to essentially partner with the buyers. They not only need to know the specific properties of the graphite needed, but also the logistics in getting the material to the buyers in a timely manner. Every producer-buyer relationship is unique.

TMR: Doesn't that limit the ability of junior graphite companies to create offtake agreements with buyers? If buyers are looking for something very specific and very consistent and junior companies have never produced anything, then is it too much of a risk for the companies to take?

BG: Yes, most firms won't take the risk. Traditional offtake agreements do not work in the industrial minerals in general and in the flake graphite sector specifically. [Editor's note: offtake agreements are typically formed prior to the construction of a mine or other facility to secure future production.] I've been in that business of producing and selling graphite for over 20 years; I never had one offtake partnership in place. Revenues will come when a company is already in production, has found customers and agreed with them on the specifications, pricing and logistics.

TMR: What should potential investors in the graphite space be watching for when evaluating a company's business plan?

BG: A company's business plan should focus on the traditional market that exists today. Traditional applications include refractories, carbon raisers, foils, thermal management, friction, lubricants, processors and, with additional processing, batteries, powder metallurgy, pencils, packaging and more. What they need to look at is time to money ratio in terms of when and where it will sell its graphite. Companies need to know specifically how many tons will be sold for a specific application. There has to be an understanding of the end-users and their particular needs.

TMR: The business is a lot more than mining, is that what you're saying?

BG: Yes—mining is the easy part. You have the market on the other end, where you're given a specification that you have to meet if you want to sell your graphite. Firms have to adapt their ore processing to make sure they can meet the customer requirements. It's not ore to market; it's market to ore. It's an inverted model.

TMR: How can a new graphite mining company break into the market?

BG: New companies will have to learn about the end-users/buyers. Companies will need to meet with buyers and show that they know exactly what the customer wants, what the needs are in terms of specifications and grade, and they must demonstrate sound logistics and a valuable deposit that will enable a close, reliable long-term relationship. At the same time, companies need to know what their competitors are doing in the graphite space so they can make potential customers a better offer.

TMR: What are some ways graphite producers can boost their profit margins?

BG: Again, I cannot stress enough the ongoing relationship with your customers. Firms need to tailor-make product for their customers. Chinese graphite producers do not have very close connections with North American end-users or European end-users, so that is an opening where North American companies can build a competitive advantage. That's what we did at my company, Stratin Graphite, in the 1990s. We evolved into a customer-oriented operation from top to bottom. That means selecting management with the right mindset, introducing flexibility in the production process and, as always, understanding the markets/industries of your customers and adapting to meet their requirements. The customer is king.

TMR: What's the biggest cost in jurisdictions like Québec? Is it labor, given the skill level required to meet very specific customer needs?

BG: Even though the business is not overly labor intensive, labor still is a high cost. You do need to find the right people, such as metallurgists and engineers, with a customer-oriented approach. Production personnel also need to be ready and to switch production campaign patterns because you have to be flexible to succeed in the natural graphite space.

TMR: Is it difficult to find those people these days?

BG: Yes, it is difficult because there are not a lot of people with this type of experience. Attracting them is not only a matter of writing a big check. Companies have to also offer them the opportunity to do something innovative and exciting in a new environment.

TMR: As an investor, what should I be most concerned about when I start to look into a junior graphite company?

BG: Grade is certainly one important long-term factor because the higher the grade in the ore, the lower production cost will be because a plant won't need to process as much ore to meet its production targets. The plant itself, given a high-grade ore body, could be smaller and cheaper. Production costs are especially important because companies need to weather the up and down cycles of the global economy.

The second factor is, as we discussed previously, management. Management needs to have experience dealing with graphite buyers first and foremost. They need to show that they understand the market, who the end-users are, what they need, what they're using today and where they're going. Customers need to be up there on the front stage and everything has to be aligned in order that producers meet their exact needs.

TMR: How much does the jurisdiction matter? Does, for instance, Québec—the graphite producing hub of North America—offer a better chance of success than other places in North America?

BG: Québec has very good history of graphite production since 1990 with high-grade deposits that carry a high proportion of large flakes. A lot of experienced professionals live there too. Québec is also close to the large U.S. market, so logistics are great, with the Port of Montreal offering shipping to anywhere in the world. Being close to end-users is the first step in building a close and continuous relationship, and there are also transportation costs to consider.

TMR: One of the topics that comes up when graphite is discussed is graphene. That's a single layer of graphite that is used in high-tech applications. So far, graphene has only been manufactured on a commercial level using synthetic graphite, which is made using petroleum coke or a petroleum byproduct. Do you believe graphene will ever be commercially produced using mined graphite?

BG: It's possible to produce graphene with natural flake graphite. But right now, the manufacturing process is still not commercially viable. That will happen eventually, but right now it is in the very early stages. It will take a lot of time before there is meaningful volume of graphene produced from natural flake graphite, but it could eventually be an attractive business that will have a material impact on bottom lines, the driving factors being increased volume and demand from new applications.

TMR: So if a company is now touting graphene as a revenue stream, it's something of a red flag.

BG: Absolutely. We go back to the basics: time to money, time to market. Is there a market today? You'll have to base your business on the market that actually exists today, not on some dream about a future market.

TMR: Are there too many graphite companies competing right now?

BG: Absolutely; not all of them can be put into production. If 75% of the gold juniors are successful in finding a deposit that is economically viable, they can go into production because their gold will be sold at whatever the market price is. This isn't the case at all in the graphite space. Even ten producers within the next two years would be too many, because the market will not be able to absorb that much added production right away.

TMR: Where are we in the graphite cycle?

BG: From 1990 to the beginning of the 2000s, the only thing we saw was increased competition from China and declining prices year over year. But while the Chinese had the production, they had virtually no internal demand. These conditions led to the shutdown of all the operations elsewhere that tried to start in the 1990s, except the one in Québec I was running.

But beginning in 2000, internal demand in China started to increase. Ever since, thanks to China's rapid economic growth, graphite demand has continued to increase every year. India's growth has also been a major factor.

The dynamics of the market really changed in 2008–2009. Prices increased significantly and have remained high, though they did decrease a bit this past year because of the state of the global economy.

The key point is that there is a continuing imbalance between supply and demand worldwide. That's kept prices from retreating back to those lower levels. My feeling is that prices will never go back to that level. That is due not only to demand from traditional applications, but also new applications for graphite coming online in the next 5–10 years.

So, to summarize, we bottomed up, increased a bit, and now I would say we have plateaued over the past year. But demand will continue to grow 2013, 2014, 2015 and beyond.

TMR: What's to keep the industry from replaying the 1990s again?

BG: The market dynamics are completely different from the nineties. Again, the internal demand in China that was not there in the nineties is there today. In the nineties, the Chinese were selling their minerals and then buying the magnesia carbon bricks, the steel, all those value-added products. Today, China is producing its own steel and will continue to do so.

China was also not producing cars in the nineties. Now it's the largest car market in the world. You need graphite for carbon brush in a car, for brake pads and for clutch facings, to name a few applications. China is also producing a lot of electronics, which need graphite for anti-static packaging material.

Don't forget: India is coming onstream too. India will grow as China has. Globally, the market for graphite is growing. Looking at the supply side, over the past twenty some years there was only one addition to supplies outside of China. The only supply source that survived the 90s is Stratmin Graphite. [Editor's note: Stratmin was acquired by Imerys (NK:PA) in 1996.] All the others shut down except for one in Brazil that mainly supplied the country's domestic market, which experienced strong growth over the past years. The bottom line is that you have increased demand worldwide particularly in China, meaning they have less graphite to export to buyers around the globe. There is room for additional supply—the market will dictate how much. Those companies with the right relationships will have the clear advantage.

TMR: How sensitive are graphite prices to global economic growth?

BG: It depends on the application. Steel demand is closely linked to economic growth, so in a slow economy, steel manufacturers need less graphite. But on a smaller scale, demand heavily depends on the agreement that a company has with its customer. One-year agreements are standard, so a company can enjoy some stability depending where it is between its contract renewal dates. But if that customer needs less graphite, the company will then need to find a new buyer for that excess supply.

TMR: Do you have any words of wisdom for anybody looking to invest some money into this sector?

BG: Do your homework. Be selective. Don't look at it like it's the usual mining or junior mining company. The market is quite different. You need to understand the market. You need to be close to it so look at management, grades. Grade is key because of the long-term potential of being a low-cost producer.

TMR: Can investors make money in this sector?

BG: I believe so. If you would have asked me the same question 10 years ago, I would have said no, because the industry was close to rock bottom. It was very difficult—but it is still a difficult industry.

Benoit Gascon of Mason Graphite Inc. has over 20 years of experience in the graphite and carbon industries. He was the CEO of Stratmin Graphite, which operates the Lac-des-Iles deposit, one of North America's only producing graphite mines. Gascon was responsible for the complete takeover of Stratmin Graphite by Imerys SA, a world leader in industrial minerals, to form Timcal Graphite and Carbon.
Hallo Sepp, hallo tpnl,

bin seit gestern neu dabei mit einer kleinen Position.

Heute gings mit 16% ja schon gut nach oben - ohne neue Nachrichten, oder sehe ich das falsch?

Ich würde mal spekulieren, dass das erste Ressource Update nächste Wochen kommt und schon vorab etwas durchgesickert ist.

Ingesamt eine sehr spannendes Investment. Da die Aktie erst seit Kurzem gelistet ist, baut sich bei Anstiegen nicht so schnell ein Verkaufsdruck auf, da es keine Aktionäre mit höheren Einkaufskursen gibt, wie bei anderen Graphite-Aktien. Zu dem ist Mason generell noch nicht so bekannt, so dass ich da noch viel Potenzial sehe, vor allem mit einhergehenden anstehenden Nachrichten.

Außerdem finde ich die Besetzung des Managements hervorragend. Der CEO hat alle Qualifikationen um aus Mason einen Produzenten zu machen.

Gruß Flow23
Hallo Flow23,

in den letzten zwei Tagen habe viele kanadische Graphitexplorer einen enormen Satz nach oben gemacht.
Mit Mason hast du dir einen guten Wert ausgesucht. Ich bleibe noch in der Warteschleife, tendiere aktuell jedoch eher zu Stratmin Global Resources, da die Produktion bereits anläuft und sie von daher einfach zwei-drei Jahre Vorsprung vor der großen Masse haben.
Dir viel Erfolg und vielleicht bin ich ja auch bald dabei.
Mason Graphite reports excellent metallurgical test results


MONTREAL, Feb. 22, 2013 /CNW/ - Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV: LLG) ("Mason Graphite" or the "Company") is pleased to report the completion of metallurgical tests on its Lac Guéret graphite deposit in Quebec that highlight exceptional graphite recovery, excellent concentrate purity and very good particle size distribution. Result highlights include:

Graphite recoveries in excess of 96%

Concentrate purity of 96.3% for the +150 mesh cumulative

29% of +80 mesh cumulative, including 16% of +50 mesh

Approximately 1,400 kg of graphite-bearing mineralization were taken from across the different domains of the GC Zone of the Lac Guéret mineral deposit and sent to the independant laboratory, SGS Minerals Services in Lakefield, Ontario for testing. Priority zones were selected and composite samples were prepared for the tests.

A proposed flowsheet was developed and evaluated in two Locked Cycle Tests in order to demonstrate its robustness.

Lock Cycle Test #2 Results

Flake Size Distribution
(%) Carbon Content
(% Cg)
+50 mesh 16% 96.3%
+80 mesh 13% 96.4%
+150 mesh 14% 96.2%
-150 mesh 57% 91.7%
Total / Average 100% 92.6%

The Company will continue to test these minerals in order to further optimize the flowsheet and will also test other zones of the deposit in order to increase its understanding of the mineralization and validate the flowsheet accordingly.

The graphitic carbon and total carbon content of the head samples were quantified by Leco at 22.0% and 22.7%, respectively. The Carbon Grade was performed by Loss on Ignition (LOI) analysis at 1,000 °C.

"The results from these preliminary metallurgical tests along with the mineral resource estimate published last year confirms to us the robust nature of the Lac Guéret graphite deposit." said Benoît Gascon, CEO of Mason Graphite. "We are very pleased with the fact that our graphite deposit possesses key elements for mining, processing, and commercial viability; these being high grade, high recovery and flake size. These long-term factors generally contribute materially to the success of a graphite company by delivering a more efficient process and lower production costs."

Results from these preliminary metallurgical tests will be included in the Preliminary Economic Assessment, scheduled for completion in the coming months.....
Mason Graphite Announces Positive Drill Results including 31 meters at 24.3 % Cgr and 113 meters at 15.5 % Cgr


MONTREAL, Feb. 28, 2013 /CNW/ - Mason Graphite Inc. ("Mason Graphite" or the "Company") (TSX.V: LLG) reports assay results for 36 new drill holes (6,830 meters) from the mineral resource expansion program at its Lac Guéret project in northeastern Quebec. Significant drill intercepts in this group of results include:

Hole LG-038 intersected 60 meters at 13.2% Cgr and 36 meters at 15.8% Cgr

Hole LG-039 intersected 113 meters at 15.5% Cgr (including 11 meters at 38.7% Cgr)

Hole LG-057 intersected 55 meters at 16.4% Cgr (including 16 meters at 27.1% Cgr)

Hole LG-207 intersected 44 meters at 17.1% Cgr (including 12 meters at 31.4 % Cgr) and 28 meters at 16.9% Cgr (including 13 meters at 27.2% Cgr)

Hole LG-213 intersected 26 meters at 18.1% Cgr and 63 meters at 15.4% Cgr

Hole LG-215 intersected 31 meters at 24.3% Cgr and 17 meters at 18.3% Cgr

Hole LG-227 intersected 33 meters at 13.3% Cgr and 76 meters at 12.0% Cgr

Benoît Gascon, CEO of Mason Graphite commented, "We are very pleased by the consistently high grade intercepts in this group of results. The mineralized intersections to the South, South-West and North-East of the current mineral resource demonstrate strong potential for continued growth beyond the current resource envelope and we look forward to including these results in the calculation of an upcoming mineral resource update."

The 36 assay results reported below are part of an exploration program that was initiated in July 2012 and completed last November. This drill program consisted of 163 drill holes totaling approximately 26,500 meters and was designed to delineate mineral continuity primarily in the GC zone. This zone hosts a National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource of 300,000 tonnes at 24.4% Carbon as Graphite ("Cgr") in the Measured category and 7.3 million tonnes at 20.2% Cgr in the Indicated category (see Technical Report dated July 3 2012 for details). Complete results and the corresponding collar location map are presented below. Results for the remaining 104 drill holes will be published as soon as the data is compiled.

Roche Ltd. Consulting Group, who completed the Company's National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource estimates in July 2012, has been retained to complete the upcoming mineral resource update.

Table 1 - Best drill intercepts from each of the 36 drill holes (6,830 meters)

Drill hole From
(m) To
(m) Length1,2
(m) Graphite
(Cgr %) Drill hole From
(m) To
(m) Length1,2
(m) Graphite
(Cgr %)
LG-038 39 99 60 13.2 LG-073 4 21 18 13.4
incl. 80 93 13 25.1 52 65 13 16.0
114 150 36 15.8 72 86 15 16.9
LG-039 25 35 10 15.3 141 161 20 19.5
70 183 113 15.5 LG-074 18 63 45 10.3
incl. 115 126 11 38.7 110 129 20 14.2
LG-045 17 52 35 12.2 LG-075 51 70 19 15.5
60 102 42 13.7 LG-205 4 77 72 8.7
incl. 65 75 10 22.4 LG-206 45 96 51 10.9
125 150 25 12.3 139 152 13 17.4
LG-046 73 110 37 11.5 LG-207 26 70 44 17.1
incl. 92 101 9 20.3 incl. 40 52 12 31.4
125 149 24 11.7 89 116 28 16.9
LG-057 25 89 64 10.9 incl. 100 113 13 27.2
110 165 55 16.4 LG-208 6 23 18 16.2
incl. 143 159 16 27.1 LG-209 8 22 14 9.9
LG-058 5 13 8 14.4 164 181 17 12.0
93 136 43 13.6 LG-210 22 28 7 11.0
incl. 118 130 12 25.7 LG-211 4 11 7 11.1
165 176 11 14.2 LG-212 No significant mineralization
LG-059 58 68 10 9.2 LG-213 15 41 26 18.1
83 100 16 15.3 102 165 63 15.4
LG-060 26 54 29 16.3 LG-214 57 89 32 26.5
LG-066 5 21 16 16.0 incl. 73 87 14 31.9
38 63 25 11.2 157 169 12 9.9
120 138 18 14.7 LG-215 5 26 21 13.3
LG-067 81 106 25 19.2 34 65 31 24.3
LG-068 15 36 21 10.3 incl. 47 65 19 30.9
LG-069 28 76 48 12.6 171 188 17 18.3
incl. 29 37 8 27.3 202 218 16 16.1
119 131 12 12.5 LG-216 4 27 22 10.2
LG-070 5 23 18 21.0 169 175 6 22.7
29 37 8 12.4 LG-217 No significant mineralization
42 49 7 21.6 LG-218 No significant mineralization
92 138 46 12.6 LG-227 50 82 33 13.3
LG-071 26 35 10 14.3 110 186 76 12.0
182 188 7 12.2 incl. 132 149 17 22.5
LG-072 9 29 20 17.6 LG-228 43 89 46 13.9
45 77 32 10.5 incl. 60 70 10 28.6
83 108 25 16.1 LG-229 44 68 24 12.5
145 165 20 14.7 75 96 21 10.7
LG-230 36 65 29 16.1
Mason Graphite announces robust preliminary economic assessment results, featuring 22 years of production at 27.4% Cgr and an IRR of 33.7%


Financial Highlights
● Initial direct capital costs of $89.9M:eek:
● Production costs of $390 per tonne:eek: of finished product
● $364M pre-tax NPV:rolleyes: (8% discount); $283M pre-tax NPV (10% discount)
● 33.7%:eek: pre-tax Internal Rate of Return
● Payback period of 2.5 years
● 22-year mine life:eek:
● Average sales price of $1,525 per tonne

Operational Highlights
● Annual production of 50,000 tonnes of graphite concentrate
● 27.4% average LOM graphite content in the mineralization
● Graphite recovery above 96%
● Up to 96.4% Cgr of finished product purity
● Stripping ratio of 0.76:1
Mason Graphite initiates new exploration program at Lac Guéret following completion of $5 million private placement financing

Zitat von SEPP_EIXLBERGER: Mason Graphite announces robust preliminary economic assessment results, featuring 22 years of production at 27.4% Cgr and an IRR of 33.7%


Financial Highlights
Initial direct capital costs of $89.9M:eek:
Production costs of $390 per tonne:eek: of finished product
$364M pre-tax NPV:rolleyes: (8% discount); $283M pre-tax NPV (10% discount)
● 33.7%:eek: pre-tax Internal Rate of Return
● Payback period of 2.5 years
22-year mine life:eek:
Average sales price of $1,525 per tonne

Operational Highlights
● Annual production of 50,000 tonnes of graphite concentrate
● 27.4% average LOM graphite content in the mineralization
● Graphite recovery above 96%
● Up to 96.4% Cgr of finished product purity
Stripping ratio of 0.76:1

Market Cap: 25,04m , Shares Out: 66,785,283

...als Vergleich,FMS PEA;


Highlights are summarized below:
Pre Tax Value
($ millions) After Tax Value
($ millions)
Net Present Value
8% discount rate 316.9 185.3
10% discount rate 250.1 143.3
12% discount rate 198.4 110.6

Capital Expenditure including a 25% contingency of $24m 125.95

Operating cost per tonne milled $67.61
Operating cost per tonne ofconcentrate produced $458.20

Pre-Tax IRR 36.4% 28.6%
Pre Tax Payback Period 2.4 years
Exchange rate US$1.00 = C$1.00
Strip Ratio 1.12

...base case using a weighted average price of:eek: US$1866 per tonne:eek: of run-of-mine concentrates.
Open pit mine life is 20 years

Market Cap: 32,98m , Shares Out: 106,392,184




The PEA estimates the economics of doubling mill throughput after three years of operation and demonstrates that Bissett Creek has very attractive economics even at or below current depressed graphite price levels.

The pre-tax internal rate of return ("IRR") is 26.3% (22.0% after tax)

pre-tax net present value ("NPV") is $231.1 million ($150.0 million after tax) in the base case which uses an 8% discount rate and a

weighted :eek:average price of US$1,800/tonne:eek: of concentrate.

Summary of PEA Results
PEA FS Update
Reserves/resources (million tonnes)* 39.4Mt* 28.3Mt*
Feed Grade (% graphitic carbon) 1.85%* 2.06%*

Waste to ore ratio 0.24 0.79
Processing rate (tonnes per day - 92% availability) 2,670-5,340 2,670
Mine life 22 years 28 years
Mill recovery 94.7% 94.7%
Average annual production 33,183t 20,800t
Initial capital cost ($ millions - including 10% contingency) $101.6M $101.6M
Expansion capital $45.2M NA
Sustaining capital $58.7M $43.0
Cash operating costs ($/tonne of concentrate) $695/t $795/t

Market Cap: 33,41m
Mason Graphite reports 658% increase in measured and indicated mineral resources to 50 million tonnes, including 6.7 million tonnes grading 32.4% Cg



Highlights from the updated mineral resource estimate

Measured & Indicated ("M&I") mineral resources increased 658% from 7.6 million tonnes ("Mt") to 50 Mt
Inferred mineral resources increased from 2.8 Mt to 11.9 Mt
Overall M&I grade of 15.6% Cg; the main parameters of the preliminary economic assessment for the Lac Guéret project (the "PEA") are still valid: 22 years of production at 27.4% with a low stripping ratio at 0.76:1 and low operating costs at $390/tonne
Trading Date Ticker Insider Volume Average
Buy Price Average
Sell Price
Buy Sell Net
Dec 6/13 LLG 38,500 -38,500 $0.483
na geht doch +26% im moemnt... bin ich wohl grad rechtzeitig eingestiegen :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.121.145 von Rokky100 am 27.12.13 22:39:08achso... ok graphen und 3 d printing hab ich bisher auch noch nicht in einer schlagzeile geshen.

lomiko lebt also auch noch... die hat ich mal bei 2,5 cents im visier... schade :eek:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.121.145 von Rokky100 am 27.12.13 22:39:08was an lomiko seriöser ist als sonst so oft.
sie bieten die seite auch auf chinesisch an und nicht auf deutsch. spricht eigentlich für den wert.

ich denk mal mason ist der sicherste überhaupt. geringe kosten und wir bekommen hier eine mine.
dafür aber recht wenig tonnen produktion im jahr nach derzeitigem plan.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.120.631 von Boersiback am 27.12.13 20:52:50...schweigen und genießen,endlich Licht am ende des Tunnels,des "Rohstofftunnels 2013".....ich hoffe wir werden nicht zu gierig:p....
1 $ :cool::cool::kiss::kiss:

Happy New Year !

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.134.191 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 31.12.13 10:25:55Dir auch einen guten Start 2014 !!!

war ja witzig hier... erst neulich gekauft zu 0,55 cad...
mal sehen wie sie sich hält.
mir ist immer noch unklar woher der horrende anstieg bei einige graphitwerten kommt. scheint wohl der zusammenhang zu 3 d printing zu sein.
Es war m.E. das Jim Rogers Interview. Er sagte dort, bis Ende des Jahrzehnts krigen wir eine Krise die schlimmer sei als 1928 und 2008/2009.

Aber er agiere antizyklisch, d.h. Kauf Gold unter 1000 USD und Russische Aktien, weil die zur Zeit keiner haben will und er an politische Veränderungen glaubt.

Dann noch der Knaller: eine Ausnahme ist Graphit, von dem Fachleute sagen, es wird die Welt so revolutionieren wie damals der elektrisch Strom.

Er hat sich bei Mason eingekauft und wartet ab.

Ich überlge auch mal 3000 EUR Spielgeld reinzulegen, wenn der Dampf wieder etwas nachgelassen hat.
Des Weiteren würde ich SQM (aus Chile) kaufen, weil die die größten Lithium Vorkommen haben und nur wegen der Kalikrise am Boden sind.
Man sieht ja wo der Autobau hingeht --- Elektro und Carbonkarosse anstelle von Metall und Verbrennungsmotor.

Aber alles spekulativ.

grauer und gutes Jahr 2014 allen !!
Mit der Krise hat er wohl Recht. Ist doch klar, bei der Schuldenmacherei.
Für Gold hab ich gerade eine interessante Grafik gesehen. In London geht's ja fast immer runter, in Fernost wieder rauf. Dort wird wie verrückt gekauft. Physisch, nicht der Papierdreck. Wenn seit Jahr 2000 immer nur die UK Kursveränderungen gegolten hätten, wäre Gold jetzt bei ca 30 US$ die Unze.
Zum Kaufen nicht schlecht, aber sonst ein schöner Witz.
Warum hier Spielgeld? Mason hat hervorragende Funde. Die Größe der Graphitflocken ist wichtig. Bei kleinen ist die Verarbeitung zu Graphen viel zu unrentabel. Hab hier leider bislang den Einstieg verpennt, aber Focus ist auch Klasse.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.187.549 von Rainer811 am 09.01.14 01:12:46Focus hatte ich mal... ist auch gut.
bei mason hatte ich glück bei 0,55 cad vor kurzem gekauft.
hatte mir schon überlegt zu schmeissen bei 1 cad rum.. hat sich ja wieder erübrigt. für mich ein long.
mason wird am rentabelsten arbeiten können.
einzig die recht geplante geringe fördermenge pro jah (laufzeit aber 22 jahre)
reisst nicht so vom hocker.
sonst geht´s fast nicht besser...

hab derzeit noch energizer resources aus madakaskar. die halten noch zusötzlich ein risiges vanadiumdeposit. auch large flakes. so hochgradig wie mason ist natürlich keiner.
...ich habe mich bei 0,95 verabschiedet,halte sie aber weiter auf WL,zu zeit bin i mit einem andenen "Baby liiert",was ich schon letztes Jahr über LLG gesagt habe,gleich nach der IPO,wenn man in dieser Zeit auf die Börse geht und dann noch mit nur einem Projekt müßte man-ist man von dem Erfolg überzeugt!!(das gilt für mein neues "Baby" auch)
Wievielle machen das?Die meisten haben noch 1,2,3 oder mehr Projekte als Reserve,wursteln umanander,dort5 Löcher da 8 Löcher und am Ende haben nix brauchbares,oder besitzen das größte unterirdische "Aquarium der Welt"vergoldet mit eine 1/4 Mil.Oz.......csi....
Wer mir noch so spontan einfällt ist die Australische Talga mit guten Projekten in Schweden.....
Auf die ZEN´s PEA bin i sehr gespannt!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.195.227 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 09.01.14 19:17:41und wie heisst dein neues baby ? ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.195.227 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 09.01.14 19:17:41Talga kannte ich nicht..
die haben aber ganz schön was zu bieten für die 6-8 mios marktwert derzeit. vor allem sehr hochgradiges.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.195.705 von Boersiback am 09.01.14 20:08:01..mein neues "Baby" ist PRK.........
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.195.827 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 09.01.14 20:23:57ok, danke. hab ich was zu lesen nun ;)

Mason Graphite signs agreement to purchase up to 40% interest in Group NanoXplore Inc. and announces fully subscribed financing by its management and the management of Forbes & Manhattan

MONTREAL, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Mason Graphite Inc. ("Mason Graphite" or the "Company") (TSXV: LLG) (OTCQX: MGPHF) announces that it has signed a letter agreement with Group NanoXplore Inc. ("NanoXplore") whereby Mason Graphite would purchase up to 40% of the issued and outstanding shares of NanoXplore for $700,000 (the "Proposed Transaction"). In connection with the Proposed Transaction, a private placement for 875,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $0.80 has been fully subscribed for by members of the management teams of Forbes & Manhattan and Mason Graphite. The issue price represents a 12.7% premium to Friday's closing price of $0.71.

Mason Graphite Files Mineral Resource Update Technical Report for its Lac Guéret Project MONTREAL, Jan. 17, 2014

Report highlights:Large mineral resource increase in the Measured and Indicated categories from 7.6 million tonnes to 50 million tonnes and an increase in mineral resources in the Inferred category from 2.8 million tonnes to 11.9 million tonnes (see Table 1 below for details);Excellent PEA results maintained: first 22 years of production at 27.4 % Cg and low operating costs of $390/tonne;Environmental baseline study has been completed and the report contains the main conclusions showing that there are no environmental issues that would prevent the project from moving forward.
Sehr gute BE !

Mason Graphite Reports High Grade Intercepts in North-East Extension of Lac Gueret; One Hole Intersected 98m at 29.8% Cg Near Surface, Including 56m at 36.2% Cg


Results Confirm Continuity of N-E Extension in GC Zone

Intercept highlights from the assay results in the North-East extension of the GC Zone, include:

Hole LG-459 intersected 73 metres at 28.5% Cg close to surface (9 metres), including 41 metres at 39.0% Cg;

Hole LG-469 intersected 86 metres at 27.8% Cg, including 31 metres at 42.3% Cg;

Hole LG-472 intersected 70 metres at 28.8% Cg close to surface (4 metres), including 25 metres at 42.0% Cg;

Hole LG-489 intersected 66 metres at 30.0% Cg close to surface (4 metres), including 46 metres at 38.3% Cg;

Hole LG-491 intersected 98 metres at 29.8% Cg close to surface (4 metres), including 56 metres at 36.2% Cg.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.396.706 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 30.07.14 09:52:56jo, passt :cool:
Die BE's waren wohl einigen schon vorher bekannt wenn man den kursverlauf betrachtet
News vom 8.10;

Most relevant drill results from GC Zone,inside PEA pit envelope


Most relevant drill results from GC Zone,outside PEA pit envelope


...bin von ihnen nix anderes gewohnt,sehr gute BE !:rolleyes:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.035.662 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 14.10.14 19:43:15stimmt, allerdings Produktion noch in weiter Ferne. Schade das due guten Be's nicht zur Kurssteigerung führen
Management’s Discussion and Analysis
For the three months ended September 30, 2014


....the publication of the Feasibility Study is now expected in the second quarter of 2015

.... The results of the first two objectives of the second exploration program at the Lac Guéret were recently announced (see press release dated July 29 and October 8, 2014), and we expect that the results of analysis of the third objective and a resource update of the Lac Guéret project would be completed and disclosed by the end of 2014.

....As at September 30, 2014, the Company has a working capital of $10.6 million. Working capital included cash and cash equivalents of $14 million of which $0.3 million is reserved to eligible expenditures pursuant to a flow-through financing and US$2.5 million is reserved for the next payment to Quinto Mining Corporation.

Mason Graphite Reports 31% Increase in Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources to 65.7 Million Tonnes at 17.2% Cg Using 5% COG(1)


Highlights of the updated mineral resource estimate include:

Measured and Indicated ("M&I") mineral resources increased 31% from 50 million tonnes ("Mt") to 65.7 Mt; grade also increased from 15.6% Cg to 17.2% Cg at 5% COG;

Mineral resources in the Measured category increased 323% from 4.5 Mt to 19.1 Mt; with grade also increasing from 15.5% Cg to 17.9% Cg at 5% COG; and

The high grade mineral resources in the M&I category (see unit "U3" in Table 1) increased 45% from 6.7 Mt to 9.7 Mt, with an average grade of 31.2% Cg using a COG of 25%.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.579.587 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 15.12.14 23:21:11ok, dann bleib ich halt investiert... ;)
bei energizer müßte so langsam mal ne pfs anrollen sonst wird das nix mehr mit Q4. gezuckt hatse heut mal en bischen.
könnte man bestimmt gut zocken die studie.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.579.617 von Boersiback am 15.12.14 23:28:45..von mir aus,ich halte dich nicht auf :p

für mich
hat Mason das beste Projekt in N.America,
Talga in Europa,
Triton u Syrah in Africa,
Australien.....muß ich leider passen.....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.579.746 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 15.12.14 23:54:32sehe ich auch so.
platz 3 für Energizer in afrika.
Magnis bleibt (noch) eine unbekannte in tan. mal sehen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.579.755 von Boersiback am 15.12.14 23:56:58...in Africa wäre noch KIBARAN sehr interessant
- Agreement mit ThyssenKrupp
-Total JORC Mineral Resource Estimate:
22.7Mt at 9.8% TGC for 2.22Mt contained graphite
(Scoping study based on Indicated Mineral Resources
Estimate of 12.8Mt at 10.0% TGC for 1.28Mt contained graphite)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 48.579.818 von SEPP_EIXLBERGER am 16.12.14 00:15:28stimmt, schenkt sich aber alles nicht wirklich viel.
bewertungen sind nachvollziehbar soweit.

Energizer hat ein MOU mit Caterpillar Financial Services

und die DRA im Rücken für den minenbau

ob´s die alle schaffen... ob der markt sie alle liebhat... schaumer mal.
evtl. kommt zuviel auf den markt fürs erste ... auf ein paar jahre voraus gesehen.

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