Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alba Mineral Resources LSE:ALBA London Ordinary Share GB00B06KBB18 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.36p 0.35p 0.37p 0.36p 0.36p 0.36p 13,426,051.00 07:53:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.0 - 6.52

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2017
14:31
Looking very interesting.
thehitman1
20/1/2017
12:37
Another big buy 7.5m plus under the radar. ...sooner or later they're going to let this go. Gla holders :-)
moneymunch
20/1/2017
11:13
and the 2 x 5m buys from yesterday.....those in the know are in the know. Get ready for lift off. :')
moneymunch
20/1/2017
10:55
Wow....massive buys 11m and 5m x 2....the smart Money is mopping up. Gla holders :-)
moneymunch
19/1/2017
22:23
News from Brockham c3 weeks or so......a game-changer on free flowing limestones imho...Gla holders ;-) 18/1/17 RNS Brockham Update Angus has informed us that they anticipate the re-entry of the original Brockham-X1 well being completed within the week with the work to complete and case the well taking 2 to 3 days thereafter. We will update the market once we are informed that the well is complete and we then intend to make a further announcement once the results of the geological evaluation assessment have been fully evaluated, which is expected to be three weeks thereafter. 16/12/16 Rns Limerick Update........news expected soon Approximately 140 samples from the shallow soil survey area are currently being assayed at ALS (Ireland), and the results will be reported when available. Maps from the geophysical and geochemical surveys will shortly be available on the Company's website. Proposed Future Work on the Limerick Project Subject to the soil assay results, the next stage of work will be to conduct several Induced Polarization (IP) lines over potential targets. If warranted, follow-up exploration drilling will take place to explain the cause of the geochemical and geophysical anomalism. Mike Nott, Alba's CEO, commented: "We are extremely pleased with the success of the gravity study and the preliminary soil geochemistry on PL3824. The gravity study is interpreted to have identified possible brecciation, a feature that is associated with Irish-Type mineralization, whereas the portable XRF data suggests we are in an area of base metal anomalism." "We eagerly look forward to the soil geochemistry assays, and hope to tie the results in with previous studies conducted on the licence to further our exploration efforts." 3/10/16 Rns Greenland Update.......news now due. Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed an extensive airborne electromagnetic (EM) survey at the Amitsoq graphite project in southern Greenland, targeting graphite zones and extensions of the former graphite mine at Amitsoq, nickel and platinum group elements to the north of the former mine as well as potential gold targets on the mainland to the south of Amitsoq island. Our contractor has now commenced the processing of the data acquired in the survey. Further developments will be announced as and when they are available. ---------------------------------- The principal objective is to establish and prove up the continuity of the known graphite deposit and former graphite mine, both along strike and at depth The EM survey will also target: known Nickel-Platinum Group Element anomalies on Amitsoq island Gold targets further south along strike from a known gold deposit and former gold mine By the use of the deep penetration EM system selected, Alba seeks to fast-track the exploration and development of the Amitsoq Project 17/10/16 Rns Horse Hill - EWT Permit Approval Application - Public Consultation ends 2/2/17 and so news this coming month very likely. Mike Nott, Alba's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "This planning application is designed to move these already discovered assets into near-term oil production and the monetisation of our recoverable resources. It is also one of the key steps in furthering our knowledge of the Kimmeridge Micritic Limestone formations that also lie beneath our other oil and gas interests at Brockham (PL235), which is also in the Weald Basin some eight kilometres to the north-west of the HHDL site. We look forward to further engaging with stakeholders and to a successful planning outcome." The normal local planning authority cycle for an application not requiring an Environmental Impact Assessment, such as at Horse Hill, takes approximately 13 weeks. 13/1/17 Rns ...news at anytime. The Company has applied for the reissue of a uranium permit in northern Mauritania. The new Mauritanian permit will be on a reduced area, and is centred on known uranium-bearing showings. 13/1/17 Rns News at anytime. ;-) Those share options granted pursuant to the EMI scheme are subject to accelerated vesting in certain circumstances, including pursuant to a change of control of the Company following a completed takeover offer. Alba continues actively to review and discuss numerous other project opportunities which have value-enhancing potential for the Company whether by acquisition, farm in or joint venture in a range of jurisdictions around the world.
moneymunch
19/1/2017
15:01
Two late reported buys 5m each both at 0.38p. .......Smart Money....Gla holders ;-)
moneymunch
18/1/2017
16:42
Angus Energy Plc (LON:ANGS) has given investors an update on its operation onshore UK at the Brockham field where it is about to start the re-entry of an existing well bore. The company, in a concise statement, said that work to upgrade the existing well’s infrastructure (production bungs) are now complete. In the next few days it expects to start the re-entry, it then anticipates to complete and case the well in around two to three days. “The group will update the market once the well is complete and then make a further announcement when it is in a position to fully evaluate the results of the geological evaluation assessment, expected to be 3 weeks thereafter,” the company said. Angus is one of the onshore UK oilers invested in Brockham, a project that could replicate success seen at nearby Horse Hill. It is the operator at Brockham with a 55% interest in the field, alongside partners Doriemus and Alba Minerals which own 10% and 5% respectively. The current operation is a re-entry and sidetrack to a hole drilled by BP (LON:BP.) in 1987 that will first go into the Portland sandstone, host to a known oil play that is already generating 35 barrels a day. It will then push on into the Kimmeridge, before perforating a horizon called the Coralian. The Kimmeridge has the potential to really move the needle, for this was the source for all the excitement at nearby Horse Hill, which flowed at a better than expected 1,688 barrels a day. Horse Hill and Brockham are thought to share many geological similarities. The results will be eagerly anticipated from three discrete layers within the Kimmeridge. What the experts suspect is the Kimmeridge at Horse Hill is naturally fractured, allowing oil to accumulate, so that when accessed, it flows easily to surface under its own steam. If this model holds up then there would be no need for fracking to release this hydrocarbon bounty. “All the original BP wells at Brockham that passed through the Kimmeridge and Corallian formations were drilled without properly assessing their hydrocarbon potential,” said Angus chairman Jonathan Tidswell-Pretorius. “[We] look forward to update the market with the results of the assessment in due course." The same geology as Horse Hill? There is no guarantee that Brockham will enjoy identical geology to Horse Hill – but there is a suspicion it does; well more than that. It is a hunch based on drilling carried out by BP, which used to own the Brockham licence. One of Angus’ field partners, a firm called Doriemus, commissioned the consultant Nutech to make a comparative analysis of the Horse Hill-1 well and Brockham-1, sunk by BP in the 1980s. Angus believes the maturity and fracture analysis of the two have striking similarities. Re-entering the Portland should increase output by 150 barrels a day. If the Kimmeridge plays out in the same way it did at Horse Hill then you might add a further 1,400 barrels to production. That’s a big deal.
moneymunch
18/1/2017
11:35
Lol, yeah right share gimp.....Gla holders....Onwards and upwards , Brockham, Greenland, Horse Hill, Limerick and Mauritania.....News expected on all fronts, significant upside more than likely, and one of the best risk reward transformational multi-bag potential opportunities around.:-)
moneymunch
18/1/2017
10:51
The problem here is people have been buying at double the September placing price of 0.2p. Brockham simply MUST be a success now otherwise these shares will collapse in value.
frjdnverijtnhj8568934
18/1/2017
08:15
happy to be in this one; looking forward to next 2 weeks
[email protected]
18/1/2017
08:11
and News from Greenland anytime....a multi-bag in the making. ;-) 3/10/16 Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed an extensive airborne electromagnetic (EM) survey at the Amitsoq graphite project in southern Greenland, targeting graphite zones and extensions of the former graphite mine at Amitsoq, nickel and platinum group elements to the north of the former mine as well as potential gold targets on the mainland to the south of Amitsoq island. Our contractor has now commenced the processing of the data acquired in the survey. Further developments will be announced as and when they are available. ---------------------------------- The principal objective is to establish and prove up the continuity of the known graphite deposit and former graphite mine, both along strike and at depth The EM survey will also target: known Nickel-Platinum Group Element anomalies on Amitsoq island Gold targets further south along strike from a known gold deposit and former gold mine By the use of the deep penetration EM system selected, Alba seeks to fast-track the exploration and development of the Amitsoq Project. The Amitstoq prospect is here. Including maps and photos and history and future plans....gla holders. ..significant upside beckons. :-) hTtp://www.albamineralresources.com/page.php?pID=13 and no doubt the Chinese would be very interested in a JV with Alba if indeed the results are exciting and encouraging........a JV with a Chinese multi-billion dollar rare earth specialist would send Alba's share price into orbit......Gla BIG news expected imminently from Brockham and Greenland......Significant upside very likely!!! ;-) 3/1/2017 2016 was an eventful year for China’s intensifying engagement with Greenland: A blocked attempt to buy a derelict naval base; controversy over the size of a state-linked company’s share in a uranium project; progress towards establishing the world’s northernmost mine. A year ago, no actual Chinese investment existed. Now money has changed hands, permits are being awarded and China is becoming a major player in Greenland’s development. That involvement is also starting to be received differently in Nuuk and Copenhagen. hTtps://international.thenewslens.com/article/58284 29/9/16 Recent strategic partnership Greenland Minerals recently agreed to issue a 12.5% equity stake to a subsidiary of leading rare earth company Shenghe Resources Holding Co Ltd (SHA:600392), which has a market cap of over A$2.5 billion. The agreement aligns one of the world's premier emerging rare earth projects, with one of the most technically-proficient, internationally focussed, and front-footed Chinese rare earth groups. 7/12/16 China to stockpile large volumes of minerals under new plan By Albert Li Published: Wednesday, 07 December 2016 Rare earths and graphite are to be warehoused in quantities at least 80% of the country’s domestic capacity as China looks to secure supply of materials where demand is on the rise. China will build 103 national resource bases to secure its supply of certain minerals under the new China Mineral Resource Plan 2016-2020. By 2020, quantities of graphite and rare earths stocked in these bases must exceed 80% of China's domestic capacity in each mineral, in order to hold a steady "bottom line"... hTtp://www.indmin.com/Article/3645694/Graphite/China-to-stockpile-large-volumes-of-minerals-under-new-plan.html
moneymunch
18/1/2017
07:29
boom! http://www.investegate.co.uk/alba-min-res-plc/alba/brockham-update/201701180700104096U/?fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Investegate%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Announcement%20Alert%20Mail&utm_campaign=Alba%20Min%20Res%20PLC%20Alert
temmujin
18/1/2017
07:24
Looking very good folks
datait
18/1/2017
07:18
6 zones to be evaluated and assessed......the deeper Great Oolite and Corillian Interval limestones, the three Kimmeridge interval limestones and lastly the Portland........3 weeks to confirm each interval flows.....a game-changer on free flowing limestones. Gla holders ;-)
moneymunch
18/1/2017
07:01
RNS Alba is pleased to announce that it has been advised by the operator, Angus Energy Plc ("Angus") that, further to the 15 December 2016 announcement, site upgrade works to the production bunds are now complete and well intervention continues on site at the Brockham oil field ("Brockham"), in which Alba is earning a 5 per cent interest. Accordingly, Angus has informed us that they anticipate the re-entry of the original Brockham-X1 well being completed within the week with the work to complete and case the well taking 2 to 3 days thereafter. We will update the market once we are informed that the well is complete and we then intend to make a further announcement once the results of the geological evaluation assessment have been fully evaluated, which is expected to be three weeks thereafter.
moneymunch
17/1/2017
16:07
Onwards and Up!!! BOOM BOOM $$$:-)))
moneymunch
17/1/2017
15:54
Imminently. Gl :')
moneymunch
17/1/2017
15:48
MM, when is news expected?.
theslimguy
17/1/2017
15:46
Let the profit takers sell their shares cheaply....a massive re-rate beckons on good data from Brockham and Greenland. Gla holders ;')))
moneymunch
17/1/2017
14:58
Back to 0.4p plus.......news highs on the way as news arrives......Don't Delay!!! ;-)
moneymunch
17/1/2017
14:55
Boom time....hold on to your hats!!! Gla holders BIG news expected on all fronts. ;-)
moneymunch
17/1/2017
14:33
Logging and testing here we come. Gla On and Up!!! :-)
moneymunch
17/1/2017
14:30
Tick up coming Drilling done, casing run, tankers leaving Brockham apparently ....buying volume picking up. Gla holders BIG news imminent. ;')
moneymunch
17/1/2017
07:16
Free flowing Kimmeridge limestones at Brockham will be a game-changer for Alba imho, and will focus investor and market interest on this year's planned extended flowtests at Horse Hill......results on the deeper Great Oolite and Corillian interval limestones at Brockham could also add significant value......the potential volume of recoverable oil across both license area's could be eye watering, and so Alba's 14.75% combined interest commensurate to their current bargain low share price and tiny market cap provides one of the best risk reward opportunities around for truly transformational upside and multi-bag potential, and with news also due on Limerick, Mauritania and especially Greenland, Alba's share price is set for a major re-rate or two or three as good news is delivered........ Gla holders.....Excitement building with news imminent on all fronts. On and Up!!! ;-)
moneymunch
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