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27/9/2016
09:20
Everfor Diamonds Daily Update: Everfor Diamonds is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVE. The last closing price for Everfor Diamonds was 2p.
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18/2/2009
16:05
cyberpost: Share Price Movement (Everfor ResourcesPLC) TIDMEVE RNS Number : 5415N Everfor Resources PLC 18 February 2009 AIM: EVE PRESS RELEASE 18 February 2009 Everfor Resources Plc Share Price Movement Everfor Resources Plc has noted the recent movement in its share price and confirms that the Board is not aware of any reason for this movement.
26/8/2008
09:17
seagreen: oi I am a shell leave my share price alone it cant go any lower............8-)
14/6/2008
14:53
magnus9: tt14 I'm puzzled by the consolidation. As far as I know there are 200 million authorised 1p shares. If we have say 100 million 2p shares wouldn't the present share price be too low to allow fund raising? It all looks a bit of a mess really. Dr.Kurzin and Petro Mychalkiw must be working overtime at the moment due to Lero Gold's "business combination" (whatever that is) with European Minerals Corp. Lero were due to hold a shareholders' meeting in Vancouver on 10 June concerning the business combination but it had to be postponed to 12 June due to legal action being taken against European Minerals. There doesn't appear to be any further news. I doubt if Everfor is top of their agenda at the moment! It was interesting to see that the authoritative Russian newspaper Vedomosti said that Everfor had simply run out of money for further exploration work. This wasn't mentioned in any English reports as far as I can tell. I might be reading too much into things but it's curious that Vedomosti makes specific and repeated mention of the Central Kola Expedition and that it is a State concern. I wonder if Mr.Dubyagin was the CKE representative providing the quotes – after all he's the General Director of CKE and he's a consultant mentioned on Everfor's website. To me, they seem to be suggesting it's the Russian government that's pulling the strings here. Could it be that the exploration work that has been done has in effect shown where commercial diamonds are NOT located, thereby making the licenses even more attractive? Call me cynical but put another way, I wouldn't be surprised if the new license holders (odds-on a Russian controlled Alrosa/De Beers entity) discover commercial quantities in the same license areas. If my theories are correct I doubt if the Everfor board had any option in the matter of the licenses. Let's not forget these licences are going to be re-auctioned and there's still an estimated 100 million carats on the Kola peninsular. http://www.vedomosti.ru/newsline/index.shtml?2008/06/06/606098 Everfor Diamonds simply did not have sufficient funds for further exploration work, said a representative of the State company Central Kola Expedition, which carried out exploration work commissioned by the British company. Over two years 100 million roubles were spent on exploration. Two non-commercial diamond pipes were discovered, said the Central Kola Expedition representative. According to preliminary estimates the Central Kola Expedition representative thinks the Kola peninsular could contain about 100 million carats of diamonds. The licenses for the Kharlovskaya, Khibinskaya, Murmanskaya and Kovdorskaya sites which belonged to Everfor Diamonds will be re-auctioned by Rosnedra.
06/6/2008
23:05
tt14: Magnus9 What ever happened to the missing two diamond deposits in the Kola region (ie the ones that Norlisk didn't bid for)? As for the share price, it fell on no volume! A hugh tree shake if ever there was one! A bid for/an investment in Eurasia? Anything's possible in this game...
05/6/2008
22:45
magnus9: tt14 Well, there's a turn-up for the books! Shame really – I quite fancied having shares in a diamond mine. Must say I'm not all that surprised because in the last Interims they seemed to be deliberatley leaving all options open. That's when it crossed my mind the Varzugskaya gold deposit (one of the areas EVE was looking for diamonds) wouldn't be a bad option, but that's only a wild guess. Apparently it contains 30 tonnes of gold which means it's below the "strategic" level of 50 tonnes which presumably means there would be fewer government controls on foreign ownership etc. The fact that Petro Mychalkiw and Dr.Kurzin will be on the new board is very encouraging. They've brought value to a lot of companies and Dr.Kurzin seems very well connected in Russia. Plus, they seem to have made the announcement in a serious way i.e. not after hours on a Friday before a Bank Holiday! It will be interesting to see what happens to the share price in the morning – might be a chance to nip if they drop a lot. If the share price goes up would that indicate the insiders know of some decent prospects? You never know, perhaps we could put a bid in for Eurasia Mining and put them out of their misery – I bet Dr.Kurzin could get the wheels moving there. Exciting times!
20/4/2006
16:32
seagreen: 23-May-2005 Everfor Diamonds plc - Holding(s) in Company Everfor Diamonds plc ("Everfor", or the "Company") (Ofex: EVE) announces that on 23 May 2005 it received the following notification by RAB Capital plc ("RAB Capital"), that in accordance with the provisions of the Companies Act 1985, RAB Capital, acting as investment manager for a number of commingled funds, currently holds 3,333,333 ordinary shares representing 5.74% of Everfor's issued share capital. RAB Capital does not act as custodian for its clients and therefore the shares are held in the nominee name of the custodians of its clients, which are CSFB Nominees Ltd and Morgan Stanley & Co. International Ltd. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 20-Oct-2005 Everfor Diamonds plc - Operations Update Six months on from the April report there have been significant advances made by the company in the exploration of its Pulongskaya, Varzugskaya, Ermakovskaya and Tulomo-Teriberskaya licences in the Kola Peninsula. All of the results from the 3100 stream and soil samples collected throughout the licences in 2004 have been received and the 2005 sampling season is now complete. Indicator mineral grains, whose chemistry strongly suggests a diamondiferous source rock, have been recovered from over twenty samples. The remaining airborne geophysical survey in the Pulongskaya licence was successfully completed; interpretation of all of the data from the three surveys flown has highlighted over one hundred anomalies of interest. Work is underway in planning a major drilling campaign in early 2006 which will reveal the sources of the targets generated from both the indicator mineral grain and geophysical survey results. SAMPLING The season began in early June, in all four licences. Work this year was split into two phases – the follow-up of results of interest from the 2004 programme and the continuation of reconnaissance sampling in the remainder of each licence area. As results were received during the season from the laboratories, so the number of follow-up areas increased. There were no changes made to the methods of sample collection but trenches and pits were excavated in the areas of most interest to try to gain as much information as possible on ice transport directions and distances. In addition, where warranted, samples were collected from horizons within the pits to recover additional indicator minerals. A grand total of 2521 soil and stream samples were collected by the end of the season in late September. Priority samples are en-route to the South African laboratories. SAMPLE RESULTS All of the 3071 samples collected in 2004 have been visually examined for kimberlite indicator minerals in the three size ranges +1.18mm, -1.18+0.6mm and -0.6+0.3mm. Due to their size, many of the samples were split into four aliquots; only 1 aliquot per sample was examined in the interests of swift sample turnaround. If the aliquot was positive, no further visual examination was undertaken of the remaining aliquots. If the result was negative, a decision was then taken on whether a second aliquot should be sent for examination. Many samples contained one or more species of indicator mineral, with approximately 10% of the total samples being positive. The visual results are as follows: - Licence Total Positive Samples Garnet grains Ilmenite grains Chrome Diopside grains Spinel grains Pulongskaya 62 5 40 23 56 Varzugskaya 54 5 30 19 327 Ermakovskaya 129 12 50 28 116 Tulomo-Teriberskaya 54 11 12 64 113 After visual examination, the surface textures of the grains were examined for evidence of distance (or duration) of transport. Approximately 350 grains of interest were noted, with 195 being flagged as close to source or relatively unabraded during transport. The glacial nature of much of the transporting medium requires that the geologists' field notes be examined for remarks made at each sample site on the probable transport distance and direction. All of the grains recovered have been subject to microprobe examination. This allows their individual mineral chemistries to be compared and contrasted to the chemistry trends exhibited by grains from known kimberlites. Conventional mineral chemistry interpretations are summarised below, although it must be noted that major advances have recently been made in this field of study by Mineral Services Limited of Cape Town. Professor John Gurney believes that much more information on the diamondiferous nature of the source rocks can be obtained using proprietary interpretive techniques. Accordingly, the grains have been submitted for further analysis. At least 24 samples contain kimberlite indicator minerals whose chemistry suggests a diamondiferous source rock; there are frequently additional minerals in the same sample whose chemistry is of lesser interest. These numbers do not include chrome diopsides whose sources span such a wide range of rocks that they are of limited interest if they alone occur in a sample. Licence Samples with Garnet Samples with Ilmenite Chrome Diopsides Samples with Spinel Pulongskaya 2 3 2 discrete populations 3 Varzugskaya 2 0 2 populations 4 Ermakovskaya 2 0 2 populations 2 Tulomo-Teriberskaya 3 1 3 populations 2 (Note: - only the indicator mineral variety of the greatest interest is tabled) GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYING AND RESULTS The airborne electromagnetic survey in Pulongskaya, rescheduled from November 2004, was completed in late April. A summary of the interpretations carried out on all of the surveys indicates: Licence Priority 1 Targets Priority 2 Targets Priority 3 Targets Pulongskaya 2 11 31 Ermakovskaya 2 12 16 Tulomo-Teriberskaya 4 10 32 Priority 1 targets are recommended for immediate drilling; Priority 2 targets are recommended for drilling if is there is some direct supporting (e.g. sample result) evidence and Priority 3 targets generally require both additional work and supporting evidence before drilling can be recommended. Drilling is strongly recommended for the Blue Lake target in the Pulongskaya licence, where two Priority 1 geophysical anomalies have been interpreted, one underlying the lake in question. OTHER WORK Drilling was attempted on a geophysical anomaly, ERM 41, in the Ermakovskaya licence, but the drill did not reach the required depth to explain the anomaly. A visual inspection of the site was carried out in August by both Everfor's Managing Director and Chief Geophysicist and a decision made to re-drill the anomaly in early 2006 with a different drill rig. In the Tulomo-Teriberskaya licence, a single sample containing one garnet of moderate chemistry and three chrome diopside grains was taken in close proximity to a circular lake. The lake was a marked feature on a satellite image of the area, being blue in colour whereas surrounding lakes were black. Surface textures of the grains indicated that they had travelled only a short distance from source. Four holes were drilled around the lake as it was not possible to drill in the lake itself or to drilled inclined holes under the lake. Three holes intersected granite, but the fourth hole, to the south of the lake, encountered pyroxenite, indicating that some invasion of the bedrock has taken place by deep-seated igneous rocks. Additional sampling has since taken place, the results of which will determine the requirement to re-drill within the confines of the lake. Rock samples were obtained from Ermakovska 7, one of the two known kimberlites lying within the Ermakovskaya licence. A sample was submitted for examination to E M W Skinner of Rhodes University in South Africa, a noted expert in kimberlite petrography. Skinner concluded that the rock was of high interest and assigned a diamond grade, on petrographic evidence alone, of the same magnitude as the grade obtained through bulk sampling. He also concluded that the presence of olivine melilitites in the Ermakovskaya licence was not a downgrading factor in the search for kimberlites either in this or other licences within the Karelian Craton. IMMEDIATE FUTURE WORK The samples taken as follow-up to grains of interest recovered from the 2004 work or over geophysical anomalies have been prioritised for shipment to the South African laboratories. The results will be used, together with all existing or expected data, to prioritise targets for a drilling campaign planned to start in mid-February 2006. CONCLUSIONS Results of significant interest have been generated from both the 2004 indicator mineral sampling and geophysical surveying programmes. These results confirm the diamondiferous potential of the ground within Everfor's licences. In 2005, further sampling in the areas defined by these good results was undertaken to assist in prioritising targets for a drilling campaign to begin, on schedule, in early 2006. D J Duncan Managing Director 27th October 2005 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 15-Mar-2006 Everfor Diamonds plc - Private Placing and Proposed Move to AIM The Directors of Everfor Diamonds plc ("the Company") are pleased to announce that a private placement of 12,500,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company ("the Initial Private Placement") has been made to RAB Special Situations (Master) Fund Limited ("RAB") at the issue price of 4 pence per share. The Initial Placement will raise GBP500,000 which will be used to fund the current drilling programme which is scheduled to commence in April. The drilling programme will test each of the Company's most prospective targets and results are expected to be available in the third quarter of this year. The Company has requested that the additional shares be admitted to trading on Ofex. After the Initial Private Placing RAB will have an interest in 15,833,333 shares or 22.43%, an increase from the current interest of 3,333,333 shares (5.74%). The directors' holding will decrease to 10.27% of the issued share capital after the Inital Private Placing (from 12.38%). The Company also intends to complete a second private placement of shares ("the Second Private Placement ") in the next few weeks to existing shareholders and selected institutional investors. This fundraising will be used for further exploration and working capital. The Second Private Placement will also be made at the issue price of 4 pence per share so as to allow existing shareholders the opportunity to participate on the same terms as the Initial Private Placement. RAB has indicated that it will also participate in the Second Private Placement, up to a maximum of GBP500,000. The board of directors have also commenced proceedings to apply for the Company's share capital to be admitted to the AIM of London Stock Exchange plc ("AIM"). The proposed timing of the AIM admission is dependent on regulatory and AIM admissions criteria, but the Company is targeting an admission date within the next four weeks. Executive Chairman, Dr Sergey V. Kurzin said: "We are very excited about the funding of the current drilling programme. We are very pleased to be able to include existing shareholders into the fundraising and taking the Company to an AIM listing is very gratifying. These events are all very significant in the Company's development". xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx RNS Number:1303B Everfor Diamonds PLC 06 April 2006 EVERFOR DIAMONDS PLC - COMMENCEMENT OF TRADING ON AIM AND #1.63m PLACEMENTS 6 April 2006 Everfor Diamonds PLC ("Everfor") (or "the Company") The Board of Everfor is pleased to announce that its ordinary shares have been admitted today for trading on the AIM market of London Stock Exchange Limited ("AIM") under the symbol EVE. The Company is also pleased to announce successful rounds of non-brokered private placements, raising GBP 1,630,200. Canaccord Adams Limited is acting as Nominated Adviser and Broker to the Company. PLACEMENTS AND ADMISSION * Following an initial private placement of 12,500,000 shares raising #500,000 on 14 March 2006, the Company raised a further #1,130,200 through a placement of 28,255,000 ordinary shares at 4 pence per share. This further placement was made to existing shareholders and institutional investors, providing for shareholders to participate on the same terms as the initial private placement * The total number of shares in issue at date of admission is 98,854,291 ordinary 1p shares. BACKGROUND AND STRATEGY The funds received from the pre-IPO placings will be used to further the Company's search for economic diamondiferous kimberlites and the directors are pleased to announce that a long-planned drilling campaign will begin on schedule in the second week of April 2006, ground conditions permitting. This programme is designed to test over 40 of approximately 130 targets generated from the sampling and geophysical work carried out in the previous two years. Drill- holes are planned for the Pulongskaya, Ermakovskaya and Tulomo-Teriberskaya licences. Executive Chairman, Dr Sergey V. Kurzin said: "We are very excited about having achieved this milestone of graduating to AIM. The funding that we have secured will provide for our current drilling programme and future working capital. Both the AIM listing and the level of funding achieved give the Company the opportunity to aggressively pursue its objectives." xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Well now you know the background to this Rusian Diamond exploration as with all Diamond explorations it is risky but as the data above shows there would appear to be more than a 50/50 chance of striking a diamondiferous kimberlite and if that happens the share price will shoot and if it turns out to be a potential commercially realistic prospect than the it will rocket......if it does not then I guess its hasta la vista........ I am a share holder since ofex days and took up my placement rights to average down. After an initital period when they had a huge number of targets (over 300) they have narrowed the number down to a more economical and realistic initial 90 targets to drill. The drilling started this April so cross fingers and hope for good news soon. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Oh by the way RAB capital own a large percentage of these which is nice
20/4/2006
11:10
seagreen: Well now you know the background to this Rusian Diamond exploration as with all Diamond explorations it is risky but as the data above shows there would appear to be more than a 50/50 chance of striking a diamondiferous kimberlite and if that happens the share price will shoot and if it turns out to be a potential commercially realistic prospect than the it will rocket......if it does not then I guess its hasta la vista........ I am a share holder since ofex days and took up my placement rights to average down. After an initital period when they had a huge number of targets (over 300) they have narrowed the number down to a more economical and realistic initial 90 targets to drill. The drilling started this April so cross fingers and hope for good news soon.
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