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|Potus rolling back coal regulation in states...
Can't harm rosa....
|Agree with you on both points. Good luck :)|
|Dr Jekyll so have I, it is of course a matter of buying these sort of shares as close to the bottom as possible imo not always easy to time it right! but I feel very positive at present in both.|
|I have monitored these two for years Gravylyn1. Been invested in both in the past with not much success but these new coal ventures do look hopeful.|
|Yes the coal with RGM looks very good, near term too! and RGM have a few other strings to their bow.
RRR worth looking at as well, as they also have several good projects.
|Bought a few of these this morning. I like the look of the investments in coal.|
|Video Cape Town South Africa
|Over 1p by the summer imo.
(maybe a lot sooner)|
|A raising at market price, some said it cannot be done in this sector! Shareholders need have no qualms about the warrants, in the scenario whereupon such are exercised today's buyers would see a two-fold return. Lets hope they do indeed get exercised.|
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|REGENCY MINES PLC
("Regency" or the "Company")
Rosa Mine - Update
Further Coal Investment
6 February 2017
Regency Mines Plc announces, further to the announcement of 10(th) January 2017, progress at Carbon Minerals Corporation's Rosa metallurgical coal mine ("CMC" and "Rosa") located in Alabama, United States of America, in the Warrior Coal Basin. Regency owns 20% of CMC.
Regency also announces an agreement to invest $150,000 for a 20% shareholding of Vali Carbon Corporation ("VCC"), a new Delaware company set up to pursue metallurgical coal investments in the Appalachians.
-- Progress continues on schedule at Rosa towards recommencing coal sales in Q1 2017;
-- Contract washing of coal in the preparation plant will continue meanwhile;
-- The auger drill is on site and a highwall miner has been sourced and is being delivered, which will enable increased production levels and increase volumes of mineable coal;
-- New joint venture company Vali Carbon Corporation has been set up to develop metallurgical coal production at other sites in the Appalachians.
Andrew Bell, Chairman of Regency Mines, comments: "We believe that we are in the right commodity in the right place at the right time. Metallurgical coal had already seen a sharp recovery from what we believe were extreme cyclical lows at the beginning of 2016, and the new U.S. administration has already permitted new pipeline construction and is committed to heavy infrastructure spending. We have identified with our partners a range of opportunities to ramp up production and diversify our sources of saleable coal.
At Rosa, the sourcing of a suitable highwall mining machine enables us to plan for tripling the depth of penetration beyond that envisaged in the Reserve report, and potentially tripling the rate of production."
Investment in Vali Carbon Corporation
Regency has agreed with UK Carbon Resolutions Limited ("UKCR"), a company controlled by coal entrepreneur Stephen Moscicki, to invest $150,000 in VCC for a 20% shareholding. The purpose of VCC is to put together and bring into production metallurgical coal projects in the Appalachian coal belt in the Eastern United States. The Appalachians have long been one of the world's largest sources of coal, and some areas contain high quality metallurgical coals.
The co-venturers in VCC have agreed within three weeks to sign a definitive shareholders' agreement with normal shareholder protections and to set an agreed budget for the coming year. Regency has a put right to UKCR should this not occur.|
|Latest presentation Feb 2017 hxxps://www.regency-mines.com/|
|Andrew Bell buys 2million #RGM shares at 0.525p on the open market investegate.co.uk/regency-mines-... @teathersapp #LiveMarketBookbuild|
|Would have cost him 360 times as much a few years ago, about Oct/Nov 2010.|
|A big buy as well!|
|Bell buys on open mkt at 0.525.|
|#RGM Chairman speaks with Stephen Moscicki. Interview carried out last week worth a listen. share-talk.com/share-news/and...|
|Has covered RGM for some months & hear our our last two updates.[Link Removed]http://[Link Removed]/share-news/steve-shares-27-january-2017/Regency Mining (LON:RGM) Announced last year on its coal plant at Rosa Coal Project and presented at our show in Birmingham about it. This week holders have been putting some figures together which if met should see a major news flow and a potential re-rating of the stock and more importantly a possible low market cap company that might not possibly need any funding for its other future projects. The figures for production of coal at 2000 tonnes per day and at $100 margin per tonne (30% lower that current coal values) are $200,000 per day and RGM has a 20% deal in place. So changing into GBP that equates to around £32500 profit to RGM per day. Assuming production around 200 days per year that is £7.5MN plus per year income. There is still capacity at the plant to wash others coal and a lot more production days are possible as well. Is the case for investment clear? I will let you decide...|
Shots of the Rosa met coal mine and wash plant #Coal #duediligence #metallurgicalcoal|
|#RGM an investment opportunity?Posted on January 30, 2017 | Leave a commentRegency Mines this month completed its acquisition of a 20% shareholding in Carbon Minerals Corporation ("CMC").This acquisition is significant as CMC own the Rosa coal mine in the United States and is going to provide near term revenue.This has the potential to be a major revenue stream for RGM with significant coal outputs.The last brokers note from Dowgate (see here) doesn't mention the Rosa mine, as deal not done giving a share price target without this asset of 31.8p.|
|The Rosa coal project
From the latest video from AB yesterday it would seem 1500 to 2000 TPD is possible with the new equipment. If you assume working 300 days a year that’s between 450,000 to 600,000 TPY. Does anyone have any thought on what profit that could produce for the Metallurgical Coal?|