Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goldplat LSE:GDP London Ordinary Share GB00B0HCWM45 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.625p 5.25p 6.00p 5.625p 5.625p 5.625p 5,249.00 07:51:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 16.6 -0.8 -0.5 - 9.42

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18/1/2017
11:01
The 10% is a free carry and at present that is all that goldplat is expected to cede of kilimapesa gold, however, one of the law firms, that counts kili gold as a client, bowmans I think, feels that it is unconstitutional to expect property to be taken from owners without payment, so a challenge is underway. The 35% requirement was broken down into two parts.. the 10% govt free carry - that kili is subject to and 25% listed on a local exchange for large entities, which would result in the 35% requirement.
sea7
18/1/2017
10:55
sea You will know this better than me but what is the arrangement for the Kenyan government and their share of Kili? I seem to think the mining bill eventually settled at 10%, as opposed to the 35% originally mooted. Is it the case that the Kenyans actually pay for the stake? I am only thinking about this because I am considering the possibility of financing phase 2. $5m isn't a great deal of money after all. Gerard was discussing getting debt finance before Christmas, and they did buy 2 crushers rather than the 1 they actually need at the moment. They were also mooting before Christmas for others miners, or potential miners, to come in with them on the plant. Presumably the size can be scaled up if more material is available. I am sure the Kenyans would be keen. Just wondering if something might come out of the blue on this, while waiting for news of the CIL.
kimboy2
17/1/2017
10:47
Yes with Trump ascending to the throne in a few days this may also help the POG which indeed will really help Kili. But I have long since given up trying to guess the Gold price.
michaelfenton
17/1/2017
10:12
Gold seems to be on the move which will help Kili; htTps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-01-17/gold-burnishes-haven-credentials-ahead-of-brexit-speech-trump
kimboy2
17/1/2017
09:18
Yep, must admit though KB, most companies do not usually miss out on an opportunity for fanfare, bunting, showcasing, canapes, champers and self congratulatory speeches. So I would not be surprised to see a ceremony of sorts. Whilst I did not think that goldplat would waste time on it, perhaps they will.
sea7
17/1/2017
08:52
That is what I would do. Just wondered if the Kenyans had different ideas.
kimboy2
17/1/2017
07:52
I would be surprised if they wasted the time and money on a ceremony. Can not see the point in it myself. Start it up and get going.
sea7
16/1/2017
18:49
Does anyone know if there is an opening ceremony for the new CIL plant? ISTR they rolled out the bunting and some bigwigs appeared when they opened the first plant.
kimboy2
16/1/2017
15:24
Good to see share price holding at this level. Very nice. lots more to come.
qazwsxedc69
15/1/2017
16:11
looks like the residents TWEEDLE DUM and tweedle DEE DEE are waking up at last to the POTENTIAL; of Kili only about ten years too late. See how easy you suckers are to bluff.
danielmiller1
15/1/2017
15:22
Also noticed that VSA are forecasting something like 4-4.5kozs from the new CIL at Kili. If they use their own ore at 2.5g/t they will produce something like 2,300ozs. That would suggest that they are getting quite a bit of artisanal material. ISTR Migori was mentioned. If they can produce their own material around $650/oz then the CIL will produce £1m pa profit. As for the imported material it all depends what they are paying for it but processing will be about $20/t.
kimboy2
15/1/2017
14:32
Thanks KB, As kili has its own elution plant, it would only be sending gold for final refining to rand, so it would seem like they are not charging a great deal for final refining based on your numbers.
sea7
15/1/2017
12:31
No way stupid7 where do you dig up the rubbish you post. Kiki has always been what it is. The problem for GDP has always been pins poor useless management. If agree can make it work then why could not Mortitz and Visausage? I will tell you why it was because they were totally useless. Of course Gerard's strategy looks good his heart is in his job not the vineyards of France sea713 Jan '17 - 17:23 - 3422 of 3426 0 0 It will be good to actually see Kilimapesa turn a real profit for the first time, since its inception in June 2007 - nine and a half years ago and just about ten years ago since the j/v with IGE was formed to explore this "opportunity" It has been a millstone around this company's neck since the day it was begun. Perhaps, after all this time, the new team at Goldplat/Kili will finally be able to say that they have salvaged something from what was an unmitigated disaster. The less said about the money spent on this and the other two explo projects by demetri the better. Still, we are where we are and Gerards strategy looks far more promising than any that has been put to work at Kilimapesa to date. Just waiting for that all important rns!!
danielmiller1
15/1/2017
10:05
While I am on Kili. Last year they produced 2005ozs gold and received £1560k for it. The average exchange rate during the year was $1.48/£ and the average gold price was $1167/oz. This means they received $2.3m or $1151/oz. That would suggest that any refining costs of the gold are pretty minimal.
kimboy2
14/1/2017
18:42
This comment is about a year old, however, it is by someone from anglogold at obuasi... hTTps://www.911metallurgist.com/froth_flotation/carbon-flotation/ The issue under discussion is a very thorny problem in the gold recovery industry. As the adsorption process with activated goes through many variable problem breaking the carbon to smaller size fractions. All the details suggested are good and tangible but at AGA (OBUASIMINE) we have decided to pass that carbon through a thickener to collect the carbon and send them to plant which have incinerators to burn and then we are charged treatments chargers and balance is paid to us calculating using 30 day average gold price. We are using GOLDPLAT processing plant in GHANA for that. .............. So this indicates that GRG uses the 30 day average gold price to calculate the value of gold recovered for AGA and then subtracts costs.
sea7
14/1/2017
00:01
Yes Kili hasn't been great but we are where we are. The real money will be made once the crusher plant is up and running, This was scheduled for February but may be running late as the commissioning of the first part is delayed. The output from the new plant is put at 2kozs for H2/17 by VSA. With the material coming from Migori as well I think it will be ahead of that because it will be much higher grade ore than their own. It will be handy if they can keep the old plant going for as long as possible as it is profitable and helps spread overheads. The limitation is tailings and they will have to find room for 9kt pa to keep it going. IMV there will be a political will to do so.
kimboy2
13/1/2017
17:23
It will be good to actually see Kilimapesa turn a real profit for the first time, since its inception in June 2007 - nine and a half years ago and just about ten years ago since the j/v with IGE was formed to explore this "opportunity" It has been a millstone around this company's neck since the day it was begun. Perhaps, after all this time, the new team at Goldplat/Kili will finally be able to say that they have salvaged something from what was an unmitigated disaster. The less said about the money spent on this and the other two explo projects by demetri the better. Still, we are where we are and Gerards strategy looks far more promising than any that has been put to work at Kilimapesa to date. Just waiting for that all important rns!!
sea7
13/1/2017
17:09
This is shy you have to be careful when dealing with idiots. Both S7 And Kimboy have spent years knock Demetri and his project at KILI Only dDAN had remained loyal to both Demi and his project at KILI. YOU SEE FOLKS......DAN really does do his homework and not just run off at the mouth. Later ou will all see some fabulous results. Which in Dan'sl world would reveal a criminal incompetence on behalf of previous management.x
danielmiller1
13/1/2017
13:06
Kimboy2 - can you elaborate on what you mean by" I get the impression something is happening on Kili with regards to Phase 2"?
michaelfenton
13/1/2017
12:42
Yes it increases processing capacity at Kili from 8,700tpy to 38,000tpy so that will have an effect. Given a net loss from Kili last year of £0.711m last year it will be good to see it in profit.
kimboy2
13/1/2017
12:27
The sooner we get some confirmation that the bleeding has stopped at kili with the CIL plant operational, the sooner the pressure on the rest of the group will ease up.
sea7
13/1/2017
11:58
We are waiting for the RNS to confirm that the CIL is fully commissioned. This is important to GDP because it will add £1m to the bottome line, but also because it makes Kili a more attractive product given that cash won't be flying out the window. I get the impression that something is happening on Kili with regard to phase 2. We shall see. I believe that there is also some progress on the pit for the stock dam and it may be nearing a resolution. The operating results for Q2/17 could be in the next fortnight, unless they intend to wait until the interims for a full report. It will be interesting to see how resilient they have been to a lower gold price. The contracts now have the price upon sale rather than the time of signing contract so it should be mitigated to some extent. There will be some effect because of the material that is bought in where the cost is obviously fixed. I would expect production levels to be pretty good based on the payables figure in the prelims. We will no doubt see.
kimboy2
12/1/2017
19:42
Stupid one I mentioned this to Mortitz years ago and a number of other innovated concepts.....sadly there is only so much you can see through the bottom of a glass.
danielmiller1
12/1/2017
19:36
This article is not about goldplat and does not reference it, however, it does contain a reference to liners... hTTp://www.africa.com/south-africas-mining-industry-turning-waste-into-a-profitable-business/ For example, steel is used in the liners that line equipment in the concentrator plant. Once they are worn out; they are discarded and replaced. Each liner weighs 2 tons and there can be 18- 34 liners per plant. We retrieve the liners from the dump and sell them to a recycler for R1,900 ($135) per ton. ................ Could be an idea for what goldplat pays for liners.
sea7
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