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  +0.00p +0.00% 2.375p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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22/12/2009
14:27
themoneymonster2: Put another way, this share price is valueing the Amber assets at £5.6 million on top of LMY's £2.6 million market cap today. 411 million shares at 2p = £8.2 million.
21/12/2009
15:43
humbugg: for what its worth i dont think they'll be any movement in the share price when they start trading 23/12, unless we get a flood of buyers.
29/10/2009
09:20
zangdook: By my calculation, ignoring all other assets, and at the current share price, the carry-through value per EXT share is around £10.42. So this is not a strong candidate as a proxy investment in EXT, especially given the substantial discounts available by investing in KAH, URU or EML, or the smaller premium at PRL. Any opinions on the value of Amber's assets, apart from its shares in URU?
15/10/2009
13:09
themoneymonster2: http://www.lithicme.com/top20.asp The shareholders in the recent holdings list own 93.8% of the total shares in LMY meaning that there are only 6.2% in free float which is 7,778,079 shares. I own nearly 600,000 of them. How many has everyone else got? Trying to work out how many shares are in free float as there seems to be hardly any yet share price never really moves. Any good news and this really could go up multiples in one day. Expect a 100-200% increase on the day a merger is announced. That is the potential, with limited downside. I will continue to buy at up to 4p.
22/9/2009
13:09
jester jim: out today Annual Financial Report (Niger Uranium) TIDMURU RNS Number : 4539Z Niger Uranium Limited 22 September 2009 For immediate release 22 September 2009 Niger Uranium Limited ("Niger Uranium", "NUL" or the "Company") Audited Results for the year ended 31 March 2009 The Company announces its audited results for the year ended 31 March 2009. The Company will be posting a copy of the report and accounts to shareholders on or before 30 September 2009. A copy will be available from the Company's website, being www.niger-uranium.com, from Thursday 24 August 2009. CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT I am delighted to present to our shareholders and stakeholders the second annual report and accounts from our company. This annual report is the first one that I have been able to deliver since my appointment as your Non-executive Chairman in February of this year. Over the past 12 months, the world has been affected by great economic uncertainty, in part created by a collapse in confidence within the financial services sector, which has triggered a global downturn in consumption. As with most public companies operating in the natural resources sector, the share price of Niger Uranium Limited has suffered a decline that, broadly speaking, has fallen in line with the rest of the market. Today, I am pleased to report that our share price has recovered to be more reflective of the value of our investments, the status of our projects and the sector in which we operate. Despite a fall in the value of most commodities during this period of global economic slowdown, the price of uranium, U3O8, has recovered relatively quickly, from a two-year low of US$38/lb to US$44/lb. This price increase reflects the increasingly positive attitude that several governments have adopted in relation to the role that nuclear energy can play in the modern world, in which the production of energy has to be undertaken with environmental concerns in mind and with the minimum of greenhouse gas emissions. Later this year, world leaders, scientists, environmentalists, academics and policy-makers will gather in Copenhagen, Denmark, to participate in the United Nations' climate change conference, COP15. I am confident that one of the outcomes from this gathering will be to reaffirm the significant role that nuclear power has to play in the energy production sector as the world moves away from fossil fuel-generated energy to a low carbon economy. According to the World Nuclear Association, as of June 2009, 47 nuclear reactors are under construction and proposals exist for another 282. Between 72,000 and 81,000 tonnes of U3O8 is required annually to satisfy current demand. Over the last 12 months, your company has continued to make steady progress with regard to the development of our projects, particularly those in Niger and at the Henkries Project in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. A full roundup of the current status of our investments and projects is set out in the Acting CEO's report. The company's recent placement of 4,340,052 new ordinary shares raised GBP911,411 before expenses, equivalent to approximately US$1.5 million. The company intends to use the placing proceeds to provide additional working capital for the development of its uranium interests. Notwithstanding our focus on projects with near-term potential, Niger Uranium continues to look for new locations, opportunities and assets to enhance our portfolio of commercially viable uranium properties. I would like to re-affirm our strategy, which governs all of our operations: Niger Uranium will act as a pure uranium investment, exploration and mining development company, one that will move into production earnings through the development of a diverse portfolio of uranium properties. Our mandate can be summed up in five key points. We will: 1. Develop existing concessions and deliver cash flow as soon as possible 2. Expand the geographical portfolio of uranium assets by acquiring new properties with proven uranium reserves, on a standalone, earn-in, joint venture or partnership basis 3. Continue with the drilling and exploration programmes at our existing properties and in support of the properties in which we have an interest 4. Work in partnership with local communities and regulatory institutions, and pay the utmost respect to the environment and the social welfare of the citizens and communities in our respective fields of operation 5. Operate under a sound fiscal and corporate governance framework At this point, I would like to thank the previous Chairman of Niger Uranium, James Mellon, for his sterling work in guiding our company from first listing to the position we are in today, a position of great potential. I would also like to thank the board, management, our shareholders and all stakeholders for their continued support as we look forward to another busy year of activity. David Weill Chairman ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S REPORT Like most companies across the world, we have had to face the challenges presented to us by the current uncertain global economic conditions, yet, despite economic events outside our control, we have remained rigidly focused on keeping our development and investment programmes on track. I am pleased to give you the following update of our progress over the last year. Investment Kalahari Minerals, Extract Resources and the Husab Uranium (Rössing South) Project, Namibia Utilising our in-house knowledge and experience of uranium mining in Namibia, Niger Uranium decided in late February 2008 to take a strategic 15.8% investment in Kalahari Minerals, in line with our stated objective to deliver shareholder value by acquiring stakes in viable uranium mining initiatives, particularly in Africa. Kalahari Mineral's principal asset was then a 40.6% stake in Extract Resources, held via the company's subsidiary Kalahari Uranium Limited. Extract Resources (EXT) is an Australian ASX and Toronto TSX listed uranium exploration and development company that owns and manages the Husab Uranium (Rössing South) Project, 45 kilometres northeast of Walvis Bay in Namibia. Drilling results from the Rössing South Zone 1 property so far show a resource estimate of 145 million lbs at a grade of 449ppm U3O8, clearly demonstrating that Rössing South has the potential to be a world-class uranium mine. Your board is pleased with the progress being made by both Kalahari Minerals and Extract Resources in respect to Rössing South and in particular with the recent mobilisation of Extract Resources' technical and managerial teams in Namibia. Increases in the share price of both of these companies has directly and indirectly added real earn-in value to your company and we look forward to Rössing South moving swiftly into the engineering, development and production stages. Henkries Uranium, Namakwa District, Northern Cape, South Africa The last 12 months has seen significant progress at the Henkries Project, particularly at Henkries Central and Henkries North. At Henkries North a total of 2,044 metres of drilling (109 boreholes) has been completed to date. Following an extensive drilling period, which involved sinking an additional 12 boreholes at Henkries Central (with 11 of these containing significant mineralisation) we released the maiden resource estimate for Henkries Central, following the completion of Phase-1 drilling at Henkries North. The SAMREC-compliant undiluted resources for Henkries Central of 2.97 million lbs U3O8 in the Measured and Indicated categories at an average grade of 501 ppm U3O8, and an additional undiluted 1.5 million lbs U3O8 in the Inferred category at an average grade of 294 ppm U3O8 using a cut-off grade of 100 ppm U3O8. The board and management are delighted with these results, which confirm the presence of a large-scale uranium deposit with a favourable grade and low strip ratio. These findings are in line with the results that Anglo Operations Limited reported in its historic feasibility study for the Henkries Deposit. We are confident that further drilling at Henkries Central and North will confirm that Henkries can eventually move to full feasibility and production. The acquisition of the Henkries Project was subject to regulatory approval in the form of the consent of the South African Minister of Minerals and Energy (the "Minister") as required in terms of Section 11 of the South African Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, No. 28 of 2002 (MPRD Act) pursuant to a 'change of control' occurring in respect of control of the prospecting license resulting from the acquisition. To date this approval has not yet been received and the next stage of the development of this project is subject to such approval being forthcoming. Exploration Progress Irhazer & In Gall, Tim Mersoi Basin, Niger Niger remains one of the world's most important sources of uranium. Niger Uranium is amongst a group of major global uranium investors and mining companies that have investment and mining operations in the country. Investors include Areva, Cameco, China National Petroleum Corporation, China National Uranium Corporation and Korea Resources Corporation. Two mines are under construction, including the Areva-managed mine that will be the world's largest open pit uranium mine, due to commence operations in 2012. We all share a common interest in making sure the investment environment in Niger remains harmonious. Niger Uranium holds eight prospecting licenses in Niger, covering a total area of 1,673,644 acres (6,773 square kilometres). Added together, the Irhazer, In Gall, Kamas 1, 2, 3 and 4 and Dabala 3 and 4 licenses represents one of the largest mineral property holdings in the Tim Mersoi Basin, the world's fifth most important uranium producing district. Large-scale radon and geochemical surveys commenced on the 100% owned Irhazer licence area. The exploration team targeted an apparent repetition of the type of geological setting present at Azelik, to the west of the licence area, where a significant uranium resource is being developed. We believe that radon detection, coupled with conventional geochemistry and geological interpretation, is the best means of detecting a potential 'buried' deposit, which may be obscured due to the presence of a cover of younger sediments in the area. We await evaluation of this survey, following further exploration work on the ground in Niger, which we hope to commence later this year as and when the security situation in Niger improves sufficiently. UrAmerica Plc Salta & Chubut Provinces, Argentina/Paraguay/Colombia, South America On 21 April 2008, Niger Uranium acquired an initial 20.89% holding in UrAmerica plc, a junior uranium mining company engaged in the identification, acquisition and exploration of high-quality assets in Latin America, particularly Argentina, Paraguay and Colombia. UrAmerica has a strong South American management and technical team with more than 20 years' experience in uranium exploration throughout the region. Argentina UrAmerica has exploration permits ("cateos") in the Chubut and Salta provinces, which cover a total surface of approximately 270,000 hectares in areas with proven uranium anomalies and existing uranium mines (the Cerro Solo mine in Chubut province and the Don Otto mine in Salta). UrAmerica has recently finalised an advanced exploration Phase II.b in Salta, concentrating on three areas thought to be the most prospective, Isonza, Cerro Tin Tin North and Las Casitas with the objective to commence drilling operations in 2009. The independent mining and technical consultancy SRK Consulting was invited to conduct a review of the exploration activities undertaken during the Phase ll.b Salta Province Argentina programme and issued a report in June 2009. SRK has reported good potential for significant mineralisation over a widespread area at the property, evidenced by a uranium anomaly that stretches for several kilometres along the north-southwestern flank of the fold structure at Isonza and similar structures at Las Casitas and Cerro Tin Tin North. SRK issued a set of recommendations in the report that UrAmerica will follow up with in due course. Paraguay A 100,000-hectare area has already been granted in the Parana Basin, East Paraguay. The area contains known uranium mineralisation. CUE Resources and Wild Horse Energy have both undertaken drilling programmes in this region in the past. Colombia UrAmerica has filed for exploration permits covering 60,000 hectares with uranium potential in Santander Province. Our investment in UrAmerica holds much promise and we look forward to working with UrAmerica, when called for, to provide the technical support that the company requires. Board of Directors There have been a number of changes to the Board of Directors over the last year. James Mellon has left his post as Non-executive Chairman and David de Jongh Weill was appointed as Non-executive Chairman. John Sanders resigned from his position as Chief Executive Officer, and Wayne Beach as Non-Executive Director, in order to focus their attention on other business interests. I would like to express my appreciation to my former board members for their services to the company. I would also like to welcome Raphael Danon, who has been appointed Non-executive Director. I am confident that the Board of Directors we have in place will continue to work proactively to enhance the position of Niger Uranium as a dynamic force in the pan-African uranium mining sector.
10/9/2009
17:45
lizzie ii: OK, there are not any common directorships according to :- http://www.nwturanium.com/s/Management.asp -: and :- http://www.lithicme.com/directors.asp However LMY, from its connections, is clearly in the Dattels camp, and with NWT having a holding of 32.2% ownership of Niger Uranium (lse:URU), I think that NWT would be of interest to LMY. Market cap of LMY is currently £5.05m, whilst that of NWT is C$20.181m, which is £11.216m, and LMY has said its possible merger partner is a bigger company. And as I said before, NWT, currently quoted only in Canada, might find a London quote of interest, leading to a somewhat higher share price. So if I am right in all this, and only time will tell, I expect LMY to make an agreed "takeover bid" for NWT, and for the deal to be described as a merger. Don't forget the excellent data on the spreadsheet :- http://www.freesharedata.com/eml
17/6/2009
12:15
ghhghh: So is this hostile or a done deal ie the new directors have enough votes already. Tightly held shares, esp as now both sides will now presumably be holding on for the vote. If one side starts buying we could see a useful squeeze. Big question is how well good/connected are new team - apart from Kalahari I've not heard of other companies. I understood the current team to be well respected and seem to have done a good job so far. Intriguing and hopefully Minestite will pick on it and explain what's going on. About time something happened to inject life into this share price and a juicy corporate bust up would fit the bill nicely!
24/4/2009
08:41
induna123: OK, I've taken a punt on these. Current share price backed by cash + I like the sound of only 7% in free float. Means a very tight squeeze if positive news comes. Took ages to get these, 40 minutes to get 50k.
22/2/2009
08:37
fairdeal2008: Yes I have stock here and yes it is underwater. Not entirely sure what you getting at because with the spread you always start with your position sitting on a loss... Nothing wrong with this well funded organisation with very exciting prospects... Well other than the share price, but the same is true for quite a few explorers and they will come good. As for RGM and RRR I have a very detailed understanding of both thank you.
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