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|£10 party coming soon - you heard it here for the 1000001 time|
|Awwwwww, bless you little un.
Hopefully you have learned an important lesson here.
Don't buy into a share solely off the back of BB hype, do at least some basic research first.
|Thought so.You need help and l you best contact AAand can help.Once you have had help than you can deal with your rude and bullying behaviour. That's for free.|
|Have you been drinking .|
|Shorters beware approval will send you to the shorter graveyard with all those who borrow to trade.|
|I hope this is not a shorters bb as l was hoping to interact with some investors in this share with good knowledge of the investments.|
|Can someone explain to Beescunny on LsE that all his coal price articles are very nice, but unfortunately GCM has zero coal to sell & even if sod approval was given today it would be another 3 years before they were commercial.
|usual boomage here i see|
|You mean the one investment left out of all the other disasters they sold off just To stay alive, which has bore nothing in over a decade, lololololololol
Someones living with in fantasy world|
|Gary is lost again.|
|This company does not need ramping up because it's got its own momentum from picking good investments.|
|Beesmummy on lse trying his hardest to ramp this up. But alas, to no avail.|
|Really motoring forward
|Send a copy to GCM.
At least we'll get another RNS......|
|He said, ‘We may prefer underground mining if the aquifer over the coal deposits is not found manageable for open-pit mining.’
The power and energy ministry is planning to engage an Indian company to carry out a feasibility study at Phulbari and a part of Barapukuria in Dinajpur to extract coal leaving least impact on the environment and habitats, a ministry official has said.|
|Lazy journalism again
India is interested to develop coal mines in Bangladesh’s northern districts and import the high-quality bituminous coal.
India’s state minister for power, coal, new and renewable energy and mines Piyush Goyal expressed the desire to Bangladesh’s state minister for power, energy and mineral resources Nasrul Hamid at a meeting held in New Delhi on Wednesday.
‘India wants to buy our coal if it is possible to extract from the deposits in North Bengal,’ he said on Sunday.
He said, ‘We may prefer underground mining if the aquifer over the coal deposits is not found manageable for open-pit mining.’
The power and energy ministry is planning to engage an Indian company to carry out a feasibility study at Phulbari and a part of Barapukuria in Dinajpur to extract coal leaving least impact on the environment and habitats, a ministry official has said.
During bilateral talks with his counterpart, Nasrul Hamid said Bangladesh would consider the proposal, the official said.
On September 20, AKM Shamsuddin, an independent consultant and also a former official of state-owned Petrobangla, suggested that open-pit method should not be used for coal mining at Barapukuria deposit’s northern part.
Following the expert recommendation, the government backed from its decision to carry out a technical study for coal extraction using open-pit mining from northern part of the Barapukuria coal deposit.
Barapukuria Coal Mine Company Limited will continue coal extraction using underground mining method alone, the officials have said.
Barapukuria deposit with 390 million tonnes of coal reserve is located close to Phulbari deposit where the reserve has been estimated at 572 million tonnes.
Of the other three coal deposits, one is located at Dighirapara in Dinajpur with approximately 600 million tonnes of coal, one at Jamalganj in Jaypurhat with an estimated reserve of 1,054 million tonnes of coal and the other is located at Khalashpir in Rangpur with an estimated reserve of 523 million tonnes of coal.
In 2005, an investment proposal of India’s Tata Group to develop any of the coal mines, excepting Barapukuria, drew severe criticism.
Tata wanted the coal to feed its planned power plant and steel mills.
Later, Tata withdraw its proposal over the disagreement relating to contract.
A controversial move of the then Asia Energy, a UK-based company, to extract coal using open-pit method, was suspended in 2006 amid huge protest and resistance from the local people, leaving three youths killed in gun fire by law enforcers and several hundred people injured.|
|Coal on the up....
Peabody deal at $200/mt said to break Q4 coking coal impasse
London (Platts)--10 Oct 2016 411 pm EDT/2011 GMT
A benchmark coking coal accord at the upper end of expectations appears to be getting established, as Peabody Energy has sold North Goonyella premium mid-vol at $200/mt FOB Australia under contract for the fourth quarter to Nippon Steel, according to a source close to the matter.
The source described the sale as a benchmark deal, but this could not immediately be confirmed.
The Q3 benchmark was $92.50/mt FOB, and spot prices rose after key spot buyer China increased purchases, supply was disrupted in Australia and China, and mining curbs were imposed in China, along with limited exports from the US at a time of greater global spot trade exposure. Steelmakers were left stunned at the prospect of $200/mt benchmark, given tight availability of alternative coals, with one Atlantic buyer suggesting the likely outcome would be lower steel production in due course. European and Brazilian steel mills have bought some coals ahead to cover the year at potentially lower prices, reducing the exposure to the quarterly benchmark while also increasing spot and index-linked purchasing.
Talk of the settlement by US miner Peabody, which has US operations under Chapter 11 and mines met coal in Australia, surfaced Monday from the US, a public holiday in Japan. St Louis-based Peabody declined to comment on the matter. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. was not available for comment when contacted outside usual office hours.|
|wrong board gary|
|I will probably sell if it gets to 35p which is near resistance area.|
|11's probably the lowest you will get, seems to always have good support there.
|I'm back in at15.85 first time in 2years.buy more if drops under 11|