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  +0.00p +0.00% 0.385p 0.37p 0.40p 0.385p 0.385p 0.385p 52,452 07:48:43
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Mining 0.0 -0.4 -0.0 - 8.29

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13/12/2017
08:20
Alba Mineral Resources Daily Update: Alba Mineral Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALBA. The last closing price for Alba Mineral Resources was 0.39p.
Alba Mineral Resources has a 4 week average price of 0.36p and a 12 week average price of 0.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.79p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.22p.
There are currently 2,154,121,089 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,910,165 shares. The market capitalisation of Alba Mineral Resources is £8,293,366.19.
04/12/2017
10:05
25wbh: The RNS from primorus, They seem happy with Alba,s holdings in HH and Thule black sand Primorus Inv. (LSE)Prima Industrie SpA(BATSEU)Prima Industrie Spa(CHIX)Primoris Services Corp. (MM)(NASDAQ)Primorus Invs Plc Ord GBP0.0001(NEX)(PSE) Primorus Inv. Share News (PRIM) 5  Follow PRIM Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description Primorus Inv. LSE:PRIM London Ordinary Share GB0002673332 ORD 0.01P Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade +0.00p +0.00% 0.175p 0.17p 0.18p 0.185p 0.175p 0.185p 7,104,168 08:29:19 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) General Financial 0.0 -0.7 -0.1 - 4.89 Print Alert Primorus Investments PLC Sale of Gold Mines of Wales Investment 04/12/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Primorus Inv. (LSE:PRIM) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Monday 4 December 2017 Click Here for more Primorus Inv. Charts. TIDMPRIM RNS Number : 2181Y Primorus Investments PLC 04 December 2017 Primorus Investments plc ("Primorus" or the "Company") Sale of Gold Mines of Wales investment to Alba Mineral Resources PLC Primorus Investments plc (AIM: PRIM, NEX: PRIM) is pleased to announce it has, by way of a sale and purchase agreement and loan assignment, sold its entire holding of 49% of the issued share capital in Gold Mines of Wales Limited ("GMOW") to Alba Mineral Resources PLC ("Alba") for a total consideration of 83,333,333 shares in Alba. At Alba's closing share price on December 1 2017 of 0.38p, these shares had a market value of approximately GBP316,667 and will represent 3.6% of the so enlarged issued capital in Alba. These shares are subject to a six month orderly market agreement and are due to be issued immediately upon completion of this agreement. Alastair Clayton, Executive Director commented: "We are pleased to have found a natural home for our minority stake in GMOW and in doing so gained a significant stake in Alba. We believe the project fits well with Alba's portfolio and expertise in directly managing natural resources projects and represents the best execution of our investment mandate for shareholders." "Pleasingly we now have a more readily valued investment in Alba and through this retain some exposure to GMOW over time as well as a portfolio of Oil & Gas and Mining projects." "Furthermore we, through our shareholding in Alba, gain more exposure to the Weald Basin via Alba's 18.1% holding in HHDL and significantly in Alba's 100% owned Thule Black Sands Project in Greenland where Alba recently reported 65 samples collected from the Thule 1 target showing a weighted average Total Heavy Mineral ("THM") content of a high-grade of 46.7%." This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014. For further information, please contact:
04/12/2017
07:37
moneymunch: Acquisition of Interest in Gold Mines of Wales RNS Number : 2182Y Alba Mineral Resources PLC 04 December 2017 Click on or paste the following link into your website browser to view the associated PDF document (which includes maps and images): http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2182Y_1-2017-12-3.pdf Alba Mineral Resources plc ("Alba" or the "Company") Alba Acquires 49% of Clogau Gold Mine in Wales Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that it has acquired a 49 per cent interest in Gold Mines of Wales Limited ("GMOW"), the ultimate owner of the Clogau Gold Project situated within the Dolgellau Gold Belt in Wales, United Kingdom (the "Project"). The Project comprises the Clogau Gold Mine and includes a large number of highly prospective gold targets and former gold workings within a total option area of 106.94 km². HIGHLIGHTS · Alba acquires 49% of the Clogau Gold Project in Wales for 83,333,333 Alba shares (valuing the total consideration at approximately £316,667 based on the Company's closing share price on 1 December 2017) · The Dolgellau Gold Belt has produced about 131,000 oz of gold, by far the most of any region within the United Kingdom. Most of this gold (81,000 oz) has been exploited from the historic Clogau-St David's mine that lies within the Project area ("Clogau Gold Mine"). · Alba's review of the Project concludes that there is a high potential to find unworked veins containing gold mineralisation of similar grade to that known in historic mines in the area. · Alba will use its expertise as an operator of mining projects to assist GMOW to fast-track development of the Project. · The focus will be on bringing the Clogau Gold Mine back into production and also making a push into the regional exploration of the wider Project area. · The Clogau Gold Project is highly complementary to Alba's suite of assets, and bolsters Alba's focus on the UK onshore natural resources sector (Horse Hill, Brockham). · Welsh Gold bullion is potentially worth between three and five times the spot gold price, which further enhances the attractiveness of the Project. · The British Royal Family has been using Welsh Gold to create their wedding rings for about a century. George Frangeskides, Alba's Executive Chairman, commented: "We are delighted to announce that we have secured a significant stake in the Clogau Gold Project. The Project fits squarely within Alba's strategy to identify projects which include former working mines which have both near-mine expansion potential but also have significant exploration upside in the wider project area." "The opportunity presented by this Project is pretty unique - high grade gold in the heart of the United Kingdom, the fact that Welsh gold attracts a significant premium over spot rates, the historic connections of Welsh gold with the heritage of the United Kingdom, the potential for finding more gold in the vastly under-explored exploration ground - all these are factors which together make a strong case for investment."
19/11/2017
08:41
moneymunch: The following resaerch note from Dowgate in June has a price target of 7p this coming year, this was complied before Alba's acquisition of their recently acquired ilmenite license and also before the recent discovery of further graphite zones at Amitsoq and the new graphite discovery on the adjacent mainland to Amitsoq which looks 10 to 20 times bigger than Amitsoq and also appears to be higher purity than Amitsoq's which has already been confirmed to be amongst the highest grade graphite in the world......the potential upside is obvious from their tiny market cap of £9m.....a multi-bag x 10, would give Alba a market cap of £90m which is still tiny to the potential of Greenland's graphite and Ilmenite alone,( Blue Jay's market cap is £180m on the back of the the potential and progress made for their adjacent ilmenite project in Greenland ) and Alba still have the transformational upside potential of Horse Hill and Brockham's oil.......Alba changed brokers 1st November to First Equity Ltd and so we should be getting a new and revised research note soon from them imho. Gla Holders....A potential stellar and transformational year ahead. ;-) 7p brokers target for 2018...Gla ;-) City broker retains punchy price target for Alba Minerals despite slashing forecasts for the Horse Hill stakeholder 08 Jun 2017 Even with the lowered target, Dowgate Capital still reckons Alba shares are worth 30 times more than their current value Dowgate had previously slapped a 14.7p share price target on Alba£s head City broker Dowgate Capital has slashed its forecasts for Alba Mineral Resources PLC (LON:ALBA), but still reckons the Horse Hill stakeholder is worth a whopping 30 times more than its current valuation. Dowgate analyst Jason Robertson had previously slapped a 14.7p share price target on Alba's head, but he's now trimmed that to just 7p, which he expects it to hit by the end of next year. htTp://www.albamineralresources.com/ul/Alba_Mineral_Resources_ALBA.L_DCS_Buy_Note_TP_7.0p_.pdf
08/11/2017
17:17
moneymunch: 7p brokers target for 2018...Gla ;-) City broker retains punchy price target for Alba Minerals despite slashing forecasts for the Horse Hill stakeholder 08 Jun 2017 Even with the lowered target, Dowgate Capital still reckons Alba shares are worth 30 times more than their current value Dowgate had previously slapped a 14.7p share price target on Alba£s head City broker Dowgate Capital has slashed its forecasts for Alba Mineral Resources PLC (LON:ALBA), but still reckons the Horse Hill stakeholder is worth a whopping 30 times more than its current valuation. Dowgate analyst Jason Robertson had previously slapped a 14.7p share price target on Alba's head, but he's now trimmed that to just 7p, which he expects it to hit by the end of next year. htTp://www.albamineralresources.com/ul/Alba_Mineral_Resources_ALBA.L_DCS_Buy_Note_TP_7.0p_.pdf
18/10/2017
16:09
stockraider2: More great after hours news..... Alba Mineral Resources PLC Agreement for Additional Interest in Horse Hill 18/10/2017 5:00pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Alba Mineral Resources (LSE:ALBA) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 18 October 2017 Click Here for more Alba Mineral Resources Charts. TIDMALBA RNS Number : 9984T Alba Mineral Resources PLC 18 October 2017 Alba Mineral Resources plc ("Alba" or the "Company") Agreement to Acquire Further Interest in Horse Hill Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that it has executed a binding conditional agreement ("Agreement") to acquire the 3.1 per cent shareholding interest held by Regency Mines Plc ("Regency") in Horse Hill Developments Limited ("HHDL") ("Sale Interest"). The total consideration payable is GBP630,000 including the assignment to Alba of the benefit of all accrued loans in respect of the Sale Interest. Acquisition terms The total purchase price of GBP630,000 for 31 ordinary shares in HHDL, comprising a 3.1% shareholding, shall be paid in a combination of cash and fully paid ordinary shares in Alba, with the proportion of cash and shares to be determined by Alba subject to a minimum cash component of GBP315,000. Any proportion of the purchase price to be settled in shares shall be settled on the basis of a deemed share price for Alba ordinary shares equal to the volume weighted average price of Alba ordinary shares in the 15 trading days prior to Completion. Any proposed disposal by Regency of Alba consideration shares shall be subject to a six month orderly marketing provision post-Completion. Completion of the acquisition is subject to the satisfaction, or waiver by Alba, of certain conditions precedent including relating to confirmatory due diligence to Alba's satisfaction in respect of the Sale Interest and receipt of all necessary third party or regulatory consents, approvals and waivers (including in respect of a first right of refusal which Alba has been informed was granted by Regency to UK Oil & Gas Investments Plc in respect of Regency's remaining holding in HHDL).
30/7/2017
14:04
graylyn1: ALBA MINERAL RESOURCES PLC (ALBA.L)* 8 JUNE 2017 Over the past nine months investor interest in UK onshore oil exploration companies has focused on activities at Brockham, where Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA.L) has a 5% licence stake. Attention is likely to switch back to the adjacent and much larger Horse Hill licences, which the media colourfully referred to as the ‘Gatwick Gusher’, after last year’s production tests. A decision by the local council’s planning committee on whether to approve longer term production tests should be known next month, which could then lead to test operations starting later this year, with the objective of moving into production at the end of next year. Alba is well placed as the second largest AIM listed stakeholder in Horse Hill and only listed company with holdings in both Horse Hill and Brockham. Along with its oil project interests, Alba is making encouraging progress on its 90% owned Amitsoq graphite project where recent results confirmed very high-grade graphite content, which is amongst the highest (at around 25%) of any project in the world. Further exploration work this Summer should improve our understanding of the project and allow us to assess the likelihood of it being fast-tracked towards resource definition and economic development. Key Anticipated Near Term News-Flow • July Decision Awaited from Surrey County Council on long-term production tests at Horse Hill. • 2018 Horse Hill Production – Production from both Kimmeridge and Portland pay zones at Horse Hill could commence at end of 2018, subject to finance and necessary approvals. • Brockham response – Decision awaited from the UK Oil & Gas Authority for field development plan addendum to commence production from Kimmeridge. • Summer exploration at Amitsoq - Work in June/July on main graphite targets especially around the former mine, along with gold and PGE anomalies. Valuation Rationale To determine an estimated value for Alba’s oil project assets we continue to use a risked value for each potential oil barrel discovered based upon independent published technical data from Schlumberger, Xodus and Nutech. On a ‘Base Case’ scenario, we estimate a value net to Alba of $143.2m (prev. $333.6m) for its Horse Hill licences and net $25.3m (prev. $27.8m) for Brockham. The reduced Horse Hill value is mostly due to a lower discovery value per oil barrel assumption, because of higher production costs estimates at $21 p/b (prev. $10 to $20 p/b). Our recovery rate estimates are reduced, which is largely a function of identifying and securing permission for suitable well pad locations across the licence areas. Despite Brockham’s production licence status and recent side-track well results, we value the Horse Hill licences at 2.7x that of Brockham on a peer-to-peer comparison due to the much larger size of Horse Hill’s licence acreage and production potential of the vast underlying oil rich Kimmeridge zone. Alba’s other projects are valued at cost, amounting to $0.8m in total. Further work and positive exploration data from Amitsoq this Summer, may allow us to apply a value to this emerging project asset that holds potential of being a company maker for Alba. We estimate a ‘Base Case’ value of $169.8m (£131.6m), which amounts to 7.0p per share (prev. 14.7p) and forms our 18-month price target, by which time production could be underway at both Horse Hill and Brockham. Our shorter term (6-month) price target of 1.1p is derived from an ultra-prudent ‘Low Case’ valuation estimate of $26.7m. With such a compelling investment thesis and 18-month price target substantially higher (over 30 times) than the current share price, along with a short-term horizon price target 4x the share price, we continue to recommend Alba Mineral Resources as a ‘Buy’. We also believe the shares may rally ahead of the July planning decision being announced from Horse Hill, approval of field development plan addendum at Brockham and exploration results later in Summer from Amitsoq.
11/10/2016
12:42
moneymunch: Dowgate 5 May 2016 before Alba acquired 5% of Brockham. gla ;-) Our estimated valuation for Alba comes to $328.4m ( £231.3m), equating to a diluted value per share and 16.5p share price target, representing a 48% uplift from our previous 11.1p (1 Dec’15) target. This offers considerable upside from the current sub 1p share price. We believe as investors and wider public slowly begin to understand the near term oil production potential of the Weald Basin in Southern England and listed companies such as Alba with an interest in their future development, that the underlying share price will trade nearer our estimated valuation. Investors may also begin to appreciate the potential upside of Alba’s graphite project, when exploration results are announced in a few months time. With these considerations in mind and 16.5p price target, we continue to value Alba as a ‘Buy’. Unfortunately, investors still don’t seem to believe that a major oil find that could be strategic to meeting the UK's future energy demands lies on London’s doorstep. This perception has held back Alba’s share price and that of other listed Horse Hill consortium partners. As further technical data and reports are released by oil industry consultants,and other work completed over the next year, we believe the project value to investor understanding equation gap will rapidly narrow. This therefore provides today’s buying opportunity. In addition, Alba has a core non oil project in Greenland, which could hold potential to host a high grade graphite deposit. Finding new high grade commercial discoveries will be crucial to meet global graphite demand from new emerging graphite based technologies such as lithium -ion batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles, which typically contain up to 15 times more graphite than lithium. Exploration work planned this summer should help our project understanding and provide investors with an additional newsflow stream to Horse Hill. hTtps://gallery.mailchimp.com/5dfc606adf43e1854a128b73e/files/Alba_Mineral_Resources_DCS_Buy_Note_5_May_2016.pdf 10/10/16 INTERVIEW: Alba Mineral Resources Plc to be re-valued say Dowgate Capital Dowgate Capital Stockbrokers Analyst Jason Robertson talks to DirectorsTalk about Alba Mineral Resources Plc (LON:ALBA). Jason talks about the broker note issued on 5th May 2016, explains the difference between the target price of 16.5p and Alba’s current value of 0.3p, explains the different risk factors used to value Alba’s Horse Hill interest, the value given to the Brockham interest and why, the risk factors used to re-value Brokham, new values for the Graphite project in Greenland and finally when we can expect to see the new note published. hTtps:// www.directorstalk.com/interview-alba-mineral-resources-plc-re-valued-say-dowgate-capital/
09/10/2016
18:08
moneymunch: 16.5p target by Dowgate, and before they knew that Alba were to acquire 5% of Brockham's imminent sidetrack.....the risk reward from their tiny market cap and bargain share price is some what exceptional given the potential and prospects at hand. Gla holders , exciting times and significant upside ahead. ;-))) Dowgate 5 May 2016. Our estimated valuation for Alba comes to $328.4m ( £231.3m), equating to a diluted value per share and 16.5p share price target, representing a 48% uplift from our previous 11.1p (1 Dec’15) target. This offers considerable upside from the current sub 1p share price. We believe as investors and wider public slowly begin to understand the near term oil production potential of the Weald Basin in Southern England and listed companies such as Alba with an interest in their future development, that the underlying share price will trade nearer our estimated valuation. Investors may also begin to appreciate the potential upside of Alba’s graphite project, when exploration results are announced in a few months time. With these considerations in mind and 16.5p price target, we continue to value Alba as a ‘Buy’. Unfortunately, investors still don’t seem to believe that a major oil find that could be strategic to meeting the UK's future energy demands lies on London’s doorstep. This perception has held back Alba’s share price and that of other listed Horse Hill consortium partners. As further technical data and reports are released by oil industry consultants,and other work completed over the next year, we believe the project value to investor understanding equation gap will rapidly narrow. This therefore provides today’s buying opportunity. In addition, Alba has a core non oil project in Greenland, which could hold potential to host a high grade graphite deposit. Finding new high grade commercial discoveries will be crucial to meet global graphite demand from new emerging graphite based technologies such as lithium -ion batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles, which typically contain up to 15 times more graphite than lithium. Exploration work planned this summer should help our project understanding and provide investors with an additional newsflow stream to Horse Hill. hTtps://gallery.mailchimp.com/5dfc606adf43e1854a128b73e/files/Alba_Mineral_Resources_DCS_Buy_Note_5_May_2016.pdf
11/4/2016
08:41
loobrush: from lse ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP SHOULD BE UP TO 4 TIMES HIGHER. With news on the value of Horse Hill due very soon, time to highlight again how MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA's share price is compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,043,907,000 shares @ 1.95 p per share is valued at £39.58 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.36 p per share is valued at £4.62 million UKOG has 30 % of Horse Hill ALBA has 15 % of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £39.58 million divided by 2. That is £ 19.79 million Which which means ALBA's share price should be 1.53p. That is 4.25 TIMES the current 0 .36 p share price of ALBA. If UKOG's share price increases, the corresponding ALBA's share price should be as follows. UKOG ALBA 2.5 p 1.98 p 2.75 p 2.18 p 3.0 p 2.38 p 4.0 p 3.17 p This illustrates how cheap ALBA's share price is.
01/3/2016
09:41
loobrush: lse post ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP UKOG up 13% ALBA up 9% ???? With excellent latest news on flow rates time to highlight again MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA share price of compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,030,284,000 shares @ 2.87 p per share is valued at £58.26 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.45 p per share is valued at £5.9 million UKOG has 19.5% of Horse Hill ALBA has 9.5% of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect the ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £29.13 million. A £29.13 million ALBA's share price should be 2.2 p That is 4.9 TIMES the current .045 p share price of ALBA. Buy Alba it's still too cheap and this will not last for long.
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