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#303

Venter vi ikke få at de kan begynne med lånefinansiering istedet for emisjoner?


#304

Den hugser eg meget godt, RGT var spinnvill, mangen som ble rike der, eg var ikke en av dem :slight_smile:


#305

Increased resource estimates for the Engebø deposit

As a result of the limited drilling program at Engebø in January/February 2018,
the estimated mineral resources in the measured and indicated categories have
increased by around 5%, to approximately 98 million tonnes, based on a cut-off
of 3% TiO2. The average grade of rutile and garnet is 3.87% and 44.4%,
respectively. The main purpose of the drilling program was geotechnical
investigation within the open pit area, and in this respect the campaign has
provided valuable information for the mine planning.
Main results

In January/February 2018, a limited drilling program of around 1,580 meters was
carried out at Engebø. Information from the drilling program has been used to
update the resource model of the deposit. The total estimated resources in the
measured and indicated categories have increased to approximately 98 million
tonnes at a cut-off of 3% TiO2. This is an increase of 5 million tonnes compared
with the 2016 estimates. Of these tonnes, 22.3 million tonnes are in the
measured category, up 7.3 million tonnes (+49%) from the previous estimate. The
average rutile and garnet grades are 3.87% and 44.4%, respectively. The average
TiO2 grade is similar to the 2016 estimate. The garnet grade is slightly
elevated compared with the previous estimate.

The geotechnical investigation has confirmed the Engebø eclogite deposit to
contain a competent lithology ideal for mining at a high recovery.
The estimated resources in the inferred category represents an upside potential
which will be evaluated in the further project development.

The table below summarises the 2018 resource estimations compared to the 2016
figures. The TiO2 grades in the table represent total contained TiO2.

Resource
classification

  • Engebø
    rutile and
    garnet
    deposit* (3%
    TiO2 cut-off
    grade)
    Class 2018 2016
    Tonnage TiO2 Garnet Tonnage TiO2 Garnet %
    Mt % % Mt %
    Measured 22.3 3.95 44.9 15.0 3.97 44.6
    Indicated 75.2 3.85 44.2 77.5 3.87 43.6
    Measured & 97.5 3.87 44.4 92.5 3.89 43.7
    Indicated
    Inferred 132.2 3.82 42.5 138.4 3.86 43.5
  • Resource
    estimates
    completed by
    Competent
    Person Adam
    Wheeler
    corresponding
    to the
    guidelines
    of the JORC
    Code (2012
    edition).

The increase in the classified resources is mainly in the central and southern
part of the pit area where the grades of TiO2 and garnet are highest within the
open pit.
The resource estimations have been carried out by the independent Competent
Person, Mr. Adam Wheeler. A technical report will be produced as a basis for the
ongoing definitive feasibility study. The technical information in this stock
market release has been approved by Mr. Wheeler.
Comments from management

CEO Ivar S. Fossum comments: “The drilling program has provided positive
geotechnical information which will enable us to move on with the optimising of
the mine planning. In addition, the increased mineral resources may extend the
mine life of the project.”
Drilling program and analytical methods

The aim of the 2018 drilling program was primarily geotechnical investigations.
4 drill holes at a total of 830 meters was drilled intersecting the future pit
slope after recommendations from the international consultancy company SRK.
These drillholes were logged and surveyed by SRK. Acoustic and optical surveying
was done on these drillholes in addition to 3 drillholes from the 2016 campaign.
6 drillholes on a total of 750 meters were drilled with the aim to upgrade ore
in the open pit area from inferred to measured and indicated categories.

The drilling was carried out by the Norwegian drilling company Arctic Drilling
AS between 20 January and 15 February 2018. After the 2018 drilling campaign,
the data in the resource model and the revised resource estimates is based on
approximately 23,000 meters of drill core from a total of 3 drilling campaigns
(1996/1997, 2016 and 2018).

The 2018 drilling campaign included recovery of 1,581 meters of drill cores. The
cores were logged and sampled at the company’s core storage facility in
Naustdal. 367 whole rock chemical analyses (XRF) rutile specific analyses (ME
-ICP41) were carried out by ALS Minerals in Sweden. A total of 180 samples
analysed both by QEMSCAN (Scanning electron microscope analysis) and XRF have
successfully been used for correlation between bulk rock chemistry and garnet
grade in deposit.

Previously the eclogite has been subdivided into ferro, leuco and transitional
eclogite. In the current drilling campaign, a further subdivision of these rock
types has been done to better understand the textural and mineralogical
variations in the deposit.
Resource potential at lower cut-off grade

By decreasing the cut-off grade applied in the resource estimate, an increased
tonnage of eclogite ore will become available. The table below shows the 2% TiO2
cut-off tonnages for the 2018 and 2016 resource estimates. The TiO2 grades in
the table represent total contained TiO2.

Resource
classification

  • Engebø
    rutile and
    garnet
    deposit* (2%
    TiO2 cut-off
    grade)
    Class 2018 2016
    Tonnage TiO2 Garnet Tonnage TiO2 Garnet %
    Mt % % Mt %
    Measured 29.6 3.61 43.5 19.0 3.68 43.9
    Indicated 102.1 3.49 42.8 105.7 3.51 43.0
    Measured & 131.6 3.51 42.9 124.7 3.53 43.2
    Indicated
    Inferred 255.8 3.15 40.1 254.5 3.22 42.5
  • Resource
    estimates
    completed by
    Competent
    Person Adam
    Wheeler
    corresponding
    to the
    guidelines of
    the JORC Code
    (2012
    edition).

For questions please contact CEO Ivar S. Fossum on telephone +47-930 96 850.
Oslo, 8 June 2018
Nordic Mining ASA
Nordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com)
Nordic Mining ASA (“Nordic Mining” or “the Company”) is a resource company with
focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally.
The Company’s project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a
significant economic potential. The Company’s assets are in the Nordic region.
Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebø on the
west coast of Norway where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial
eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project have been
granted by the Norwegian government, and a prefeasibility study was completed in
October 2017. Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber in Finland is in the
process of completing its definitive feasibility study and preparing for
production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and
production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Norway. Further, the Company
holds exploration rights at Reinfjord in northern Norway where a prospective
area of sulphide mineralisation has been discovered. Nordic Mining is also
exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources.
Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker symbol "NO

Ekstern link: http://www.newsweb.no/index.jsp?messageId=453241

Nyheten er levert av OBI.

http://www.netfonds.no/quotes/release.php?id=20180608.OBI.20180608S18


#306

Var smart å kjøpe Nom igår :


#307

Mens vi venter på DFS Keliber :slightly_smiling_face:


#308

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#309

Firda :

NAUSTDAL: Arctic Mineral Resources krev stogg i arbeidet med detaljreguleringa av Nordic Minings gruveprosjekt i Engebøfjellet. Sjølv har utfordraren tenkt å sende søknad om driftsløyve for granatutvinning innan 2020.


#310

Blir for dumt. Men sånn er sunnfjord, som har omkamp og kverulering som nasjonalsport.


#311

Noen som har limt inn artikkelen fra Firda på Hegnar Sirkus, jfr. http://forum.hegnar.no/thread.asp?id=2434136


#312

Eg er litt redd det kan skape litt trøbbel for Nom i form av at ting kan trekke ut litt i tid, håper eg tar feil


#313

New webpage launched today; www.nordicmining.com

Nordic Mining has today launched its new webpage with expanded IR tools and
designed appropriately for various devices (PC, tablet or phone).
You are welcome to visit our webpage at www.nordicmining.com.
Oslo, 13 June 2018
Nordic Mining ASA

Nordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com)
Nordic Mining ASA (“Nordic Mining” or “the Company”) is a resource company with
focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally.
The Company’s project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a
significant economic potential. The Company’s assets are in the Nordic region.
Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebø on the
west coast of Norway where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial
eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project have been
granted by the Norwegian government, and a prefeasibility study was completed in
October 2017. Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber in Finland is in the
process of completing its definitive feasibility study and preparing for
production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and
production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Norway. Further, the Company
holds exploration rights at Reinfjord in northern Norway where a prospective
area of sulphide mineralisation has been discovered. Nordic Mining is also
exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources.
Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker symbol “NOM”.

Ekstern link: http://www.newsweb.no/index.jsp?messageId=453618

Nyheten er levert av OBI.

http://www.netfonds.no/quotes/release.php?id=20180613.OBI.20180613S118


#314

Keliber’s definitive feasibility study confirms profitable lithium project

Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber Oy (Nordic Mining 22%) has completed
the definitive feasibility study for the lithium project in Finland. The study
confirms a profitable business case and outlines the plans for execution of the
project. Keliber targets to be the first vertically integrated producer in
Europe of battery grade lithium carbonate. The main results from the definitive
feasibility study are provided in this release.
For further information of the definitive feasibility study please see Keliber’s
webpage at www.keliber.fi.
Key DFS outcomes
The main results presented in the DFS are:

· Strong project financials:
· Pre-tax [email protected]% of EUR 295 million
· Post tax [email protected]% of EUR 225 million
· Pre-tax IRR 24%
· Post tax IRR 22%
· Pay-back period: 5.5 years

· Significantly increased mineral resource and ore reserve estimates

· Average battery grade lithium carbonate sales volume of 10,745 tonne/year

· Average lithium carbonate sales price of USD 12,357 per tonne

· 13 years of open pit and underground mining operations followed by 7 years
of production based on purchased spodumene concentrate

· Upfront capital cost of EUR 199 million for mines and production facilities;
additional capex of EUR 56 million during the production period

Additional information
Keliber’s press release today provides additional information. The press release
and the executive summary of the definitive feasibility study are available at
Keliber’s webpage www.keliber.fi.

Keliber will host a video conference on Friday 15 June 2018 to present the
results of the definitive feasibility study; please see Keliber’s press release
for further information.

For questions, please contact:
CEO Ivar S. Fossum, telephone +47-930 96 850
CFO Lars K. Grøndahl, telephone +47-901 60 941
Oslo, 14 June 2018
Nordic Mining ASA
Nordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com)
Nordic Mining ASA (“Nordic Mining” or “the Company”) is a resource company with
focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally.
The Company’s project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a
significant economic potential. The Company’s assets are in the Nordic region.
Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebø on the
west coast of Norway where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial
eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project have been
granted by the Norwegian government, and a prefeasibility study was completed in
October 2017. Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber in Finland is in the
process of completing its definitive feasibility study and preparing for
production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and
production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Norway. Further, the Company
holds exploration rights at Reinfjord in northern Norway where a prospective
area of sulphide mineralisation has been discovered. Nordic Mining is also
exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources.
Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker sy

Ekstern link: http://www.newsweb.no/index.jsp?messageId=453641

Nyheten er levert av OBI.

http://www.netfonds.no/quotes/release.php?id=20180614.OBI.20180614S21


#315

https://www.keliber.fi/en/investors/news-releases-and-publications/721403E47E168F32/

Keliber will host an open presentation to be held in Talonpojankatu 6, 67100 Kokkola, on Friday 15th, at 2 p.m. in Finnish and 2.30 p.m. (EEST) in English. The presentation is streamed live at http://live.limetv.fi/keliber_eng.html. We invite investors, analysts and media to attend the presentation.


#316

Vedtak i Naustdal kommunestyre vedrørende mineralstrategi. Se http://forum.hegnar.no/thread.asp?id=2434759


#317

Nordic Mining driver mineralutvinning på norsk fastland. Administrerende direktør Ivar S. Fossum har lenge arbeidet for å få avklarte rammer for å utvide til sjøs:

– Vi startet dialog med myndighetene i 2008. Jeg syntes Norge, med avklarte grenser for myndighetsområde på kontinentalsokkelen, burde ha en forpliktelse til å kartlegge hva som finnes. Vi begynte å stille spørsmål fordi vi ønsket å få undersøkelsesrett, sier Fossum.

Selskapet har sammen med NTNU og Equinor startet et forprosjekt med sikte på å se på forekomster langs den undersjøiske fjellkammen eller ryggen mellom Jan Mayen og Svalbard.


#318



Dagens


#319

Helt utrolig. Sunnfjord i et nøtteskall.


#320

POLITISK ANALYSE: Stemninga i Naustdal kommunestyre er giftig, så giftig at kommunestyresalen eignar seg betre som deponi for gruvenæringa enn til politisk debatt.

Det er på tide å spørje om politikarane i Naustdal er skikka til å handsame saker knytt til gruvedrift.

Kjenslene er så sterke, og nervane så tynnslitne, at det ikkje er mogleg å føre ein seriøs debatt.

Fløyene i kommunestyret har satsa alt på kvar sin hest. Sjølv er dei mest som esel. Det finst ikkje eit einaste argument som kan rikke dei.

Førre veke braka politikarane saman i endå eit munnleg slagsmål. Dei skulle diskutere og vedta ein mineralstrategi. Debatten var ein giftig runde med medvitne misforståingar og kvasse ord.

Venstre og SV har heilt rett i at dokumentet er tydeleg farga av Nordic Mining sitt prosjekt. Noko anna ville også vere rart, då det er Nordic Mining sitt prosjekt som har vore tema i mange, mange år. Venstre og SV ville ha ein språkvask og gjennomgang som fjerna fargen. Spørsmålet er om det eigentleg er så farleg.

Utfordraren, Arctic Mineral Resources, har så langt berre komme med fagre ord, gull og blåe fjordar

Mineralstrategien er eit ganske ufarleg dokument. Strategien seier litt om korleis kommunen skal jobbe for å få mest mogleg ut av mineralverksemda.

Stort sett er det snakk om overordna mål som alle er samde om: Best mogeleg resultat for lokalt næringsliv, relevante utdanningstilbod, god handtering av restmassar, og utvikling av infrastruktur.

Strategien er ikkje bindande og kan lett endrast. Den største utfordringa er kanskje at strategien er så tiltakslaus at måla blir vanskelege å nå.

Erlend Herstad (Sp) fortvilar over splittinga i kommunestyret, ei splitting som går tvers gjennom hans eige parti. Han forsøkte på kompromiss, og bad kommunestyret om å vedta strategien med eit lita helsing: Politikarane er positive til nye miljøvenlege løysingar utan fjorddeponi.

LES OGSÅ
– Vi er ikkje miljøfantastar. Vi vil tene pengar. Så kyniske er vi
Men Herstad var blind for at hans eige forslag ville hatt sterkast signaleffekt, eit signal om at Arctic Mineral Resources sine løysingar er å føretrekke.

Ap og Høgre er livredde for å sende signal om at dei er svekte i trua på at fjordeponi er den beste og einaste løysinga

Utfordraren, Arctic Mineral Resources, har så langt berre komme med fagre ord, gull og blåe fjordar. Sånn sett er det forståeleg at Høgre og Ap ikkje vil sende signal som kan få konsekvensar for Nordic Mining.

Ap og Høgre kunne likevel tatt seg tid til å lese gjennom mineralstrategien ein gong til. Med små grep i teksten kunne dei begynt arbeidet med å reparere det politiske klimaet. Det kunne dei gjort utan å så tvil om Nordic Mining sitt prosjekt.

Høgre og Ap sine skylappar hindrar dei frå å sjå at mineralstrategien er farga av Nordic Mining. Dei vågar ikkje reise tvil om fjorddeponi er den beste og einaste løysinga. Dette lovar ikkje godt for den politiske prosessen som framleis står att.

Politikarane i Naustdal har misforstått rolla si. Deira jobb er å lage ein reguleringsplan som balanserer mineralnæringa sine interesser opp mot omsyn til miljø og samfunn. Gjer dei denne jobben godt, treng det ikkje vere stor motsetnad mellom desse interessene.

SV og Venstre stolar blindt på eit kvart alternativ, og er så hissige at det blir vanskeleg for stolte politikarar å inngå sjølv små kompromiss

Fleirtalet av politikarane meiner dei har gjort jobben. Mindretalet meiner at det burde vore stilt strengare krav. Med eit selskap som lovar drift utan fjorddeponi, blussar diskusjonen naturleg nok opp att. Men dette er ute av politikarane sine hender. Det er Direktoratet for mineralforvaltning (Dirmin) som skal gje driftsløyve.

Arctic Mineral Resources hevdar at dei vil vinne direktoratet sitt hjarte. Utfallet er umogleg å spå. Men om det nye selskapet pressar Nordic Mining til å finne meir miljøvenlege løysingar, så bør det vere likegyldig for politikarane kven som får drive.

Gruvekonkurrenten: – Drifta kjem til å bli optimal uansett kven som skal drive
Farlegare enn ein mineralstrategi som er litt til fordel for Nordic Mining, er eit kommunestyre som ikkje fungerer. Mineralførekomsten i Engebøfjellet blir omtalt som unik og enorm både på granat og rutil. Skal politikarane lykkast med å hente vinst frå sitt El Dorado, må dei lære seg å jobbe saman om det som trass alt er felles interesser.

Dessverre er Høgre og Ap er meir opptatte av å vere lojale mot Nordic Mining, enn å sikre at den beste løysinga blir valt. SV og Venstre stolar blindt på eit kvart alternativ som dukkar opp, og er så hissige at det blir vanskeleg for stolte politikarar å inngå sjølv små kompromiss. Senterpartiet lykkast ikkje med å bere sprikande staur.

Skal politikarane lykkast med å hente vinst frå sitt El Dorado, må dei lære seg å jobbe saman om det som trass alt er felles interesser

Politikarane i Naustdal klarer ikkje å leggefortida bak seg. Det kan gå utover kvaliteten på prosjektet, og vinsten som skulle komme heile regionen til nytte. Kanskje bør saker om gruvedrift handterast av fellesnemnda for Sunnfjord fram til den nye kommunen er på plass.

Frå Firda.no i dag.


#321

http://www.geo365.no/bergindustri/veien-til-helvete-er-brolagt-med-gode-intensjoner/

Regjeringen svikter

Det sterkt økende behovet som oppstår i årene framover reflekteres derimot ikke i den globale letevirksomheten (GEO 01/2017: «På vei inn i en ny steinalder»).

– Letevirksomheten etter nye forekomster er i global sammenheng på et meget lavt nivå. De aller beste forekomstene er allerede tømt, og malmene som det drives på blir stadig fattigere. Dertil kan vi legge til at tilgangen på nye ressurser nærmest er ikke-eksisterende, ganske enkelt fordi det letes for lite, hevder Nilsen.

Årsaken er, mener han, at gruvebransjen internasjonalt i stor grad eies av aktører som har et ønske om rask profitt. Ser vi på hjemlige forhold er det lett å forstå at rask profitt er en fjern drøm. Så langt har for eksempel Nordic Mining brukt mer enn ti år på å utvikle rutil- og granatforekomsten i Engebøfjellet, og enda vil det gå flere år før den er i drift (GEO 08/2017: «Fra prosjekt til langsiktig eksportindustri»). Til sammenligning kan en liten utbygging på sokkelen komme i gang bare få år etter at det er gjort et funn.

Frode Nilsen mener politikerne har mye av skylden for at det er tungt å utvikle ny gruvedrift i Norge.


#322

Keliber participates in international project for lithium-ion battery recycling

Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber Oy participates together with
Norwegian and international partners in a project aiming to develop and
commercialise a new lithium-ion battery recycling process.
Keliber is one of the industrial partners in a project aiming to develop and
commercialise a new lithium-ion battery recycling process that is suitable for
the expected larger future battery volumes, and with a higher material recovery
rate than today’s technologies. Other industrial partners in the project are
Norsk Hydro ASA (project leader), Glencore Nikkelverk AS and AS Batteriretur.
The R&D partners in the project are Elkem AS Technology, IME RWTH Aachen
(Germany), MIMI Tech (Germany), Agder University and NTNU (Norwegian University
of Science and Technology). The project has been granted financial support from
the Research Council of Norway.

The increasing use of lithium-ion batteries in mobile electronics, electric
vehicles and energy storage solutions makes recycling of materials commercially
attractive and environmentally important. Lithium-ion batteries contain valuable
materials such as lithium, cobalt, nickel, copper, aluminium, graphite and
special fluoride salts.

CEO Ivar S. Fossum comments: “Going forward, mineral recycling will become
increasingly important. Keliber’s engagement in lithium-ion battery recycling
confirms a strong commitment to sustainability.”

For further information please see Keliber’s press release today at
www.keliber.fi.
Oslo, 27 June 2018
Nordic Mining ASA
Nordic Mining ASA (www.nordicmining.com)

Nordic Mining ASA (“Nordic Mining” or “the Company”) is a resource company with
focus on high-end industrial minerals and metals in Norway and internationally.
The Company’s project portfolio is of high international standard and holds a
significant economic potential. The Company’s assets are in the Nordic region.
Nordic Mining is undertaking a large-scale project development at Engebø on the
west coast of Norway where the Company has rights and permits to a substantial
eclogite deposit with rutile and garnet. Permits for the project have been
granted by the Norwegian government, and a prefeasibility study was completed in
October 2017. Nordic Mining’s associated company Keliber in Finland is in the
process of completing its definitive feasibility study and preparing for
production of lithium carbonate. Nordic Mining has rights for exploration and
production of high-purity quartz in Kvinnherad in Norway. Further, the Company
holds exploration rights at Reinfjord in northern Norway where a prospective
area of sulphide mineralisation has been discovered. Nordic Mining is also
exploring opportunities related to seabed mineral resources.
Nordic Mining is listed on Oslo Axess with ticker symbol “NOM”.

Ekstern link: http://www.newsweb.no/index.jsp?messageId=454585

Nyheten er levert av OBI.

http://www.netfonds.no/quotes/release.php?id=20180627.OBI.20180627S33