Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centurion Energy International Inc LSE:CUX London Ordinary Share CA1559051026 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 517.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.00

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06/7/2007
02:23
http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20070706/pdf/313b503g0q7kfm.pdf
mr ashley james
02/7/2007
16:02
http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/view/mineweb/en/page55?oid=20262&sn=Detail AUSTRALASIA SA NEW MINE DEVELOPMENTS Olympic Dam expansion could be world super mine with huge copper, gold and uranium production. Among prospective new mine developments in South Australia, a plan to make Olympic Dam the world's largest single mining project, with major copper, gold and uranium production, stands out. Author: Ross Louthean Posted: Monday , 30 Apr 2007 ADELAIDE - Statistics released today show the expansion of BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam copper-uranium mine will be on a magnitude greater than any big new iron ore mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region and perhaps the biggest costing mine in the world. If protracted and costly studies by BHP provide the green light for developing a huge open cut over this big underground mine - where the sterile cover is at least 300 metres deep - then the projected cost of the expansion will be $A7 billion ($US5.18 M) and the pit would measure 3.6 kilometres by 3.65 km by 1 km deep. Commercial ore has been determined to depths of 2.5 km. In a presentation to Paydirt's South Australian Resources & Energy Investment Conference in Adelaide, Paul Heithersay, executive director of Primary Industry & Resources South Australia (PIRSA), said the expansion would make Olympic Dam the biggest single mining project in the world. The expansion would also put this remote South Australian mine in the big league of Australian gold production. As well as lifting from 10 million tonnes per annum to 40 mtpa the mine would produce annually 500,000 ounces of gold, as well as 500,000t of copper and 15,000t of yellowcake. The big gold lift (from a current 80,000 oz pa) indicates what market observers have been saying for some time that BHP now has some sweeter spots for development, at least for gold. Heithersay said that full production at the fourfold increased rate was set for 2014 and this would see the population of the town of Roxby Downs increase from 4,000 to between 7-9,000. He said the open pit mine would haul 350 Mtpa, while a new airport would accommodate Boeing 737 jets and have night flying capacity. There would also be a new coastal desalination plant and a pipeline of 320 km. Other major South Australian developments detailed by Heithersay were: •· OneSteel Ltd's Project Magnet to utilise magnetite ore to extend the life of its Middleback Range operations near Whyalla to extend the life of its iron ore mines would see capital works completed mid year, so as to extend the life from 2020 to at least 2027. Over the next 10 years OneSteel will sell over 30 Mt of haematite ore, 3.2 Mt of iron pellets and about 1 Mt of steel slab. •· Oxiana Ltd's Prominent Hill copper-gold mine is in the production phase for an open cut mine with an initial life of 10 years, based on a resource of 102 Mt @ 1.45% copper, 0.51 g/t gold and 3.25 g/t silver. Annual production for the first four years would be 8 Mtpa for 104,000t copper, 115,000 oz gold and 400,000 oz silver. •· Australian Zircon's Mindarie mineral sands project in the SA sector of the Murray Basin is scheduled to start in June with the first shipment out in September. The projected life is 14 years with treatment to produce 150,000 tpa of heavy mineral concentrates containing 30,000t of zircon, 6,000t rutile, 4,000t leucoxene and 60,000t ilmenite. •· The Angas zinc project near Adelaide for Terramin Australia is in the construction phase and production will ramp up to 65,000t of Zn and 16,000t of silver-lead. •· SXR Uranium One's Honeymoon uranium project has been approved and will be producing 12 months after financial commitment. Based on the current resource of 1.2 Mt at 0.24% it will produce 880,000 lb of yellowcake. The projected mine life is 6-7 years.
mr ashley james
02/7/2007
02:31
Yikyak, Interested to see Canadian Institutional Reaction to ASX:CUX this week Normal Australian Economics for Uranium Mining BTW 0.10% to 0.40% U308 ie 1,000 to 4,000 parts per million (ppm) plus (Uranium =1.179 x for U308) http://www.wise-uranium.org/uoaus.html Cigar Lake CAMECO Canada grades were 20% to 22% U308! ALL imho, nag, dyor etc Cheers Ash:)
mr ashley james
28/6/2007
01:19
Last Day of the 30/06/2006 to 30/06/2007 Australian Tax Year tomorrow effectively!
mr ashley james
25/6/2007
01:16
Steric Incredible bears must be wanting larger longs than I considered likely. No Gaps any longer in that chart.
mr ashley james
22/6/2007
10:35
Great post. Thanks Ash. Cheers, Steric
steric
22/6/2007
02:55
Orders in for AU$0.385 gap fill.
mr ashley james
21/6/2007
16:26
nice article Ash, what OZ uranium mines would you think they would buy if they take that road?
jonno1
21/6/2007
16:09
http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20070620/pdf/3131772h0z56yy.pdf
mr ashley james
21/6/2007
02:32
Looks like someone is now shorting before reversing long. Gap to fill AU$0.39 U308 Price up from US$90 Lb to US$135Lb since IPO ie 50%
mr ashley james
21/6/2007
01:48
Steric, Uranex NL ASX:UNX went from AU$0.16 to AU$1.33 in a few months then AU$0.40 to AU$2.25 in the next move, a twenty four month or less period 14 bagger, my view is ASX:CUX could well do the same, however we need drill holes, results, and I think ASX:CUX and TSX:CNA.H well cashed up to do so. Rainy Monsoon Season Over in NT lets see ASX:CUX go for it. Not even on the UK Hedgefund Radar Screen Yet IMHO All IMHO, NAG, DYOR etc Cheers Ash:)
mr ashley james
20/6/2007
18:23
Steric, The general view is that allowing Uranium mining in Queensland or Western Australia will take a Public Referendum and will take possibly more than a year to get through (some talk of 3 years) Resistance in WA to be stronger than Queensland IMHO. I still think one is better off concentrating on Northern Territories and South Australia with proven Uranium Mining Legislation, and behind people who know how to permit a Uranium Mine. There is a three mines policy in Australia currently and Ranger is flooded. The attraction of working with a team with true Uranium Exploration, Development, Permitting and Mining experience is obvious. As far as I understand it Chilling and Charley Creek in NT are Ranger/Jabiluka type Calcrete deposits whereas Kallabity in SA is an Olympic Dam style target. As ever in this sector 70% of the game is management, ASX:CUX is lead by Bob Cleary of Toledo Mining PLC AIM:TLM Board BTW. I am expecting this to behave like two of my other Uranium plays downunder Uranex NL ASX:UNX and Western Metals Limited ASX:WMT All imho, nag, dyor etc Cheers Ash:)
mr ashley james
20/6/2007
13:00
Hi Ash, This certainly looks like an interesting play - thank you for pointing it out! It looks like the labor govt is under considerable pressure to allow uranium mining in WA. If this happens do you see any adverse reaction with regard to CUX going forward given that WA evidently has the best potential for uranium in Australia - not sure whether that is proven? Cheers, Steric
steric
20/6/2007
02:26
Yikyak, I think Bukino Faso is extremely interesting a huge land package, but keeping our eye on nearer term Chilling, Charley Creek and Kalabity looking very likely plays, all from the team who found, developed, permitted and put Ranger into Production, in JV with the person who helped find Jabiluka. Important reality check EXPERIENCE in Uranium Exploration, Development, Permitting and Mining. Mind you after Uramin Plc TSE:UMN success in Central African Republic, Namibia and Senegal, well the Bukino Faso Project Base is bound to get some attention. http://www.crosslanduranium.com.au/Portals/www.crosslanduranium.com.au/pdfs/2007_0517_CUXFinal%20Media%20Release.pdf ASX:CUX will be presenting to Canadian Instutions and Investors in Canada on 6th and 7th July 2007 along with their JV Partners Centram Exploration Limited TSX:CNA.H all IMHO, NAG, DYOR etc Cheers Ash:)
mr ashley james
12/6/2007
01:51
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mr ashley james
25/1/2007
09:01
£5.15792 from Hoodlessbrennan. Puts me in second place 1. £5.157921 James Brearley 2. £5.157920 Hoodless Brennan 3. £5.157916 Pilling & Co 4. £5.157914 Selftrade Cheers, Niels ... Click
nielsc
24/1/2007
19:22
Hi chessfou "I would have done better to sell in December" I sold some in December for £5.80, though of course that was 2004 :-) - But not very many :-( Peter
greyingsurfer
24/1/2007
17:13
I can't complain too much about my lot then. Brearley, though last to cough up, provided a fractionally better rate (I am assuming they gave the same rate on all 3 accounts, ditto Pillings) than the other two concerned in the photo-finish (£0.00007 difference to third place): 1. £5.157921 James Brearley 2. £5.157916 Pilling & Co 3. £5.157914 Selftrade Then again, I would have done better to sell in December (I did sell a few then @ 520p and there were better prices available). ["You can be sure of" ... Schweppes?]
chessfou
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