|Upside momentum and excitement building in run up to news on Brockham's side track and Greenland's graphite and gold. gla ;-)
Potential transformational news imminent with fast-track plans ahead. Gla ;-)
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|
|James Puttock @Jamzyee
How's the progress for listing on main market going Dave? Hopefully not as slow as the brock sidetrack!! @DavidLenigas @DoriemusPlc
@Jamzyee @DoriemusPlc Brockham side track before year end. Nothing has changed. Otherwise I would have to advise. Relax.
He didn't say what was going to happen to the sidetrack though talking about planning/permit stages is insider information!
Ian @ukbigdaddyian Oct 23
Ian Retweeted David Lenigas
@DavidLenigas please can you state exactly where we are in the planning/permit stages for the Brockham side track? Surely not insider info?Ian added,
David Lenigas @DavidLenigas
Great discussions with Angus Energy yesterday and plans for Brockham and Lindsey #oil fields in the #UK. Exciting times ahead. @DoriemusPlc
@ukbigdaddyian @DoriemusPlc It is indeed insider information. Sorry!|
|Pmsl, so says the snide resident share basher, who had the same negative at 0.15p......last month's placing at 0.2p has seen the share price bounce to 0.3p plus as investors take up their positions on a fully funded Alba with potential transformational news expected now on both Brockham and Greenland. .....THEY DON'T WANT YOU INVESTED for the imminent re-rate on the next Rns or two......Gla holders, significant upside ahead and continued upward momentum. ....On and Up!!! :-)|
|Classic AIM pump and dump. A placing at 0.2p a few weeks back but private investors paying 60% more than that just now. 60%!!! Just think about that. It would take you 60 years in a bank account to earn that sort of return. And you wonder why most small investors lose money?|
|News on Brockham's sidetrack will see the share price sail past 0.6p in a blink imho......and Greenland graphite and gold could surprise everyone. Gla holders, a major re-rate beckons from this bargain low as a fully funded Alba's gets ready for some serious upside. ;-)|
|Over the last few years, the global thaw has made it clear that Greenland has on- and offshore mineral wealth that could change the game for the country’s economy. The island has resources ranging from iron, zinc, uranium, and rare-earth elements buried underground to hydrocarbon assets off its western coast and the potential for oil and gas fields in the northern and northeastern regions.
Melting ice has made all this more accessible by improving access to locations and facilitating prospecting operations, fuelling the hopes of developing a fully-fledged mining industry. “It will be cheaper for companies to get out minerals,” says Ole Geertz-Hansen, a senior scientist at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resource.
Extraction of raw materials offers the most realistic opportunity to expand Greenlandic business sector. That’s why the country is seeking a territorial opt-out from the Paris climate deal, agreed by nearly 200 countries in December 2015.
|Alba Mineral Resources 'on course to re-test 2016 highs’
06:15 27 Oct 2016
Chartist Zak Mir reckons the stock could almost double its price IF it can break the 0.35p resistance
Horse Hill oil and gas project in Gatwick
It's thought that Horse Hill - near Gatwick - could be host to billions of barrels of oil
Alba Mineral Resources (LON:ALBA) has the potential to double its current price, with all the technicals suggesting that the junior explorer is set to re-visit this year’s previous highs.
Chartist Zak Mir told Proactive that the stock could reach the 0.5p/ 0.6p mark it hit earlier in the year after a decent recovery in recent weeks.
“We’ve had quite a nice recovery from the end of June through the summer,” Mir said.
“This looks like it’s back on to re-test the highs of the year, [around] 0.5p to 0.6p.”
He did add that the share would need to break through the 0.35p resistance which it has so far failed to do on three occasions.
“We need to get through this 0.35p resistance, but if it gets through that over the next couple of weeks it could look quite good.”|
|Ps the opposite to frjdevn is an OUD
...it's fretless .....Gla holders we're far from worried. :-)|
|Good food and wine in Twickenham by moon light , but slumming it on the 281 back to Surbo, where the Sun always shines. Gl beebop :-)|
|Still awaiting news on Alba's aerial survey over Titan, Saturn's largest moon. Has anyone heard anything? It's a bit worrying there has been no news.|
|That was a mirror ;o)|
|Pmsl....I've got visions of Stinky Pete, a red neck with a purple face, and I bet your donkeys got bow legs to match yours. Gl holders Big news coming. :-)|
|But these were your predictions for UKOG Q4 earlier this month.
"a BIG Q4" then "a VERY BIG Q4" now becomes "the most exciting Q4" and now only a "A BIG Q4 ahead".
I probably saw over 1000 wells yesterday travelling between Austin and El Paso. A real pretty sight.
Perhaps Surrey is becoming the new Texas; enough cowboys live there!
Will the share price re-rate up or down when they announce planning permission of Brockham sidetrack has been applied for?
ALBA have said sweet FA since August on the subject. I wonder; Due diligence perhaps.|
|Lol beewrong you desperate snide basher cohort, Ukog's share price hit 2p plus on both examples and the current retrace is on market perception that the real action for Ukog will not happen until the EWT is underway in 2017...Ukog's current share price offers amazing value and will be buying plenty soon.....in the meantime watch and weep as Alba re-rates and re-rates from their tiny market cap on Brockham's sidetrack news and Greenland's graphite and gold. Gla holders THEY DON'T WANT YOU INVESTED. :-)|
|You said the same thing when you had shares in UKOG and look what has happened!!!!!
moneymunch - 04 Aug 2016 - 16:32:32 - 5343 of 6210 UKOG strikes oil 2016 - UKOG
HO HO HO and back to the 1.5p placing price...Gla holders get ready for some serious upside, Good news coming. ;-)
moneymunch - 24 Jun 2016 - 15:32:53 - 4415 of 6210 UKOG strikes oil 2016 - UKOG
Get ready for some serious upside on the reserves upgrade from Nutech/Xodus and then the upside of all upsides
Or are you expecting news on planning for Brockham sidetrack?
I do love the USA. You will even find a nodding donkey in someone's backyard.|
|Get ready for some serious upside on next Rns or two. .
Investor Chatter: Tracking Technical Indicators for Alba Mineral Resources PLC (ALBA.L)
October 25, 2016 Herald Staff|
|The chart is looking up for Alba Mineral Resources says Zak Mir
11:59 25 Oct 2016
The technicals are improving for Alba Minerals, so says chartist Zak Mir, who says the AIM share could retest the year highs around 0.5p to 0.6p.
Mir, in a Tip TV segment for Proactive Investors, did caution however that the share would have to first rise above a level of resistance at around 0.35p – something Alba has so far failed to get past three times.
“If it gets through that over the next couple of weeks it could look quite good,” he said.
Mir added: “We’ve had a recovery, quite a nice recovery, from the end of June through the summer … so this actually looks as though it is back onto retest the highs of the year.”
Video [...] http: //www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/6244/the-chart-is-looking-up-for-alba-mineral-resources-says-zak-mir-6244.html|
|This is ready for the next move up.|
|Pmsl....the snide lowlife basher cohorts are in desperate mode......BIG news imminent. ...Brockham or Greenland next......Alba is fully funded from last month's £900k placing and near term transformational upside now beckons. Gla holders. THEY DON'T WANT YOU INVESTED for the significant re-rate. Onwards and Up!! :-)|
Gulf of Mexico update?
Canadian oil sands update?
Moon update? The seismic on Alba's lunar acreage must be due.
You have a tiny company with hardly any funds, that survives from placing to placing, and they seem to have so many projects on the go at the one time. None of which will generate any funds any time soon. If ever. Why are they spreading themselves so thin? I though horse-hill was the game-changer? It looks to me like they are hedging their bets regarding horse-hill. And guess who will have to cough up the funds to keep all these projects alive? Moneymunch.|
|What a gem of a share.....a bargain low share price with multi-bag potential on many fronts....near term transformational news now expected on Brockham, Greenland and Limerick and the EWT for the world class HH oil discovery. Gla holders On and Up! ! ! :-)|
|Breakout on the daily chart opening above resistance.|
|Alba Min Res PLC
RNS Number : 3346N
Alba Mineral Resources PLC
25 October 2016
Alba completes gravity and soil sampling programme on its 100% owned licence in Co. Limerick in Ireland
Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that it has completed a detailed gravity survey and soil sampling programme on its 100% owned prospecting licence (PL3824) in County Limerick in the Republic of Ireland (the "Survey").
The objective of the Survey is to identify possible structural targets with associated gravity variations and soil geochemistry anomalies that may be associated with the concentration of base metal mineralisation, notably zinc and lead.
Alba's contractor has now demobilised from site and the detailed results of the Survey are being processed and analysed prior to expected release within the next few weeks.
· Survey completed over a total area of 400 ha.
· 240 gravity stations measured and the results from each station have now been sent to Alba's consulting geophysicist for detailed analysis.
· 277 soil samples taken. Following initial analysis by portable XRF, anomalous samples to be dispatched to laboratory for detailed multi-element analysis.
· Survey objective is to identify new structural targets for drilling.
The soil sample and gravity survey were completed over the same area with sample/station spacing of 100 m and a line spacing of 150 m. Gravity data was recorded using a Scintrex CG-5 gravity meter, with topographical data collected using a VRS (Virtual Reference Station) GPS system. Soil samples were collected from a depth of 30-40 cm within the B soil horizon. Field work was carried out by experienced staff from Aurum Exploration Services.
Photographs and maps from the Survey will shortly be available on the Company's website.
Previous work undertaken to date at Limerick
Alba's work to date on prospecting licence PL3824 has consisted of geological mapping, shallow soil geochemistry, lithogeochemistry, VLF geophysics and drilling. Alba's joint venture partner from 2010 to 2014, Teck Ireland, undertook a microgravity study on the central part of the licence, and completed four diamond drillholes.
The four diamond drill holes (totalling 956.7 m) were drilled in 2012. The holes were drilled to test the stratigraphy of the licence and the mineral potential within Lower Carboniferous limestone close to younger mafic lavas and intrusions (as present at the Stonepark project 9 kilometres to the north). Drillhole TC-3841-3 intercepted 6 metres of semi-massive and disseminated pyrite between 508 and 514 metres within the target limestone. A 2 metre mineralised interval within the aforementioned interval contained 0.58% Zn, and trace amounts of lead (208 ppm). The presence of pyrite is encouraging since it often indicates the presence of base metal sulphides at other properties in the Limerick basin.
As announced on 26 July 2016, Alba's 100% owned prospecting licence (PL3824) was renewed to 26 May 2018 and covers Base Metals, Barytes, Gold and Silver.
Mike Nott, Alba's CEO, commented:
"We are pleased to report the completion of the current work programme on our Limerick project, and eagerly await the processing and interpretation of the data collected."
"The geology of the Pallas syncline in Co. Limerick is highly prospective for zinc and lead mineralisation as exemplified by the discovery of Glencore's Pallas Green project and Teck Ireland's Stonepark project. We hope the results of our current exploration programme will identify additional mineralisation and lead to additional drilling on PL3824."|