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Altona Rare Earths Plc AQSE:ANR Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share GB00BFZNKV91
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  0.00 0.0% 6.10 0.00 16:29:58
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6.00 6.75 6.10 6.10 6.10
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- 0 6.10 GBX

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Posted at 02/8/2021 07:24 by ctaylorw1
Altona Rare Earths is currently listed on Aquis but is planning to move to the LSE Standard in September 2021.

The Company has posted its first set of accounts as a rare earths mining company on 2 August 2021 - for the year ended 20 June 21:

Posted at 02/8/2021 07:12 by ctaylorw1
Final Results posted today:
Posted at 31/3/2021 12:48 by napoleon 14th
With all due respect, could wassaper upgrade the thread to include usual data
for share price, news etc?
Also, ANR has changed its' targets, away from oil, then coal, to REE in Africa.
I've been (profitably) in RBW for a while.
Just wondering if this is worth a go.

Posted at 17/3/2021 09:08 by haff1
One buy today...first activity for days....and..... of course...the price drops on the buy!!!
Posted at 02/6/2020 12:56 by cpap man
ANR gone into Rare Earth Minerals by all accounts
Posted at 04/1/2020 11:00 by konil
sorry for my ignorance but how is it possible to buy or sell this stock? what ticker and what exchange? i have some anr stock but not sure how to move/re-register them?
Posted at 09/1/2019 11:40 by ctaylorw1
Taken from a post on lse:
The share price is now at an all time low under Nick Lyth. As you know, a number of long- term shareholders have been in touch with Mr Zhang to ask what his plans are for Altona for 2019, and why shareholders should vote against the resolutions to remove him and Mr Ma Chi from the Board.
Here are his reasons to remain as a director:
" 1. Altona's most valuable resource is the coal resource in Australia. Nick Lyth was trying to find a mining expert to explore around the edge of the three tenements, with shallow buried coal seams. The plan was not supported by Wintask and Sino- Aus, who are still focused on UCG technology and coal-chemical production which is very popular in China. Sino -Aus is still very supportive of UCG and is prepared to invest the $Aus 35m which it set aside in 2015 for the project.
2. Currently, we have good news, which is that Leigh Creek Energy has done UCG successfully at their site close to Arkaringa, and the production of the first syngas occurred on the 10th October 2018. It means UCG is developing under the support of the South Australia Government. Mr Zheng, from Leigh Creek Energy, has invited me to visit their demonstration on site.
3. We have to wait for the opportunity and make a breakthrough in our coal resource in Australia, because under the support of the South Australia Government, Leigh Creek Energy has completed the preliminary work of UCG, and soon they are going to the stage of commercial production. We have 7.8 bn tonnes of coal, which is suitable for the development of UCG, and if we focus our efforts on the UCG project, we may get incalculable benefits. We will enter into discussions with Tri Star Energy who hold the PELA which we require.
4. I have also made a proposal to the Board before about investing in a vanadium mine with Altona. There is a very big vanadium mine in China with very good quality of ores. Currently, the price of vanadium pentoxide is 460,000 RMB per tonne. I'm not familiar with the international price but I think it will be more than this price. I suggested the Board include this project into Altona, and I also sent documents and information to the Board. However, they did not recognise it.
5. I get the feeling that they wanted to be involved in the plastic to power ( pyrolysis) generation project. I do not recognise this project because many poisonous gases are released when processing waste plastics, including dioxin which is a big headache of environment protection organisations all over the world.
6. Both this and the new Leinad are involved with John Zorbas's company in Canada, and Leon Hogan and I do not think they are acting in the best interests of shareholders, but for themselves. I am trying to prevent this continuing."

Posted at 22/11/2018 14:57 by cheekyfella
All it would've taken was a a steady dribble of news or even a holding update & that would have propped the share price up - too much like common sense.
Cynically, I get a feeling that those in the know are being primed for the usual ANR pump and dump routine.

Posted at 07/10/2018 08:37 by cpap man
The Inconvenient Truth Of Rising Coal Prices

Coal prices are not supposed to be rising as governments tighten environmental controls, but that's precisely what is happening at the premium end of the coal market where prices have soared.

Over the past six months, the price of top quality thermal coal exported from the Australian port of Newcastle has risen by 25% to $115 a ton, a move reflected in the share prices of Australian coal exporters, such as Whitehaven Coal, which is up 27% over the same time, and Stanmore Coal, which is up 16%.

The increase is more dramatic when looking back two years to a time when premium thermal coal exported from Newcastle was selling for $50/t, less than half its current price. Whitehaven's share price is even more impressive over a two year time frame; up 140%.
Interestingly, the price of lower quality coal has not risen over the past 12-months, stuck at around $65/t.

The net effect of recent events in the coal market is to create a wide gap between the best quality coal, which is also the least polluting, with lower-quality coals that are cheaper but more environmentally damaging.

Flight To Quality

What could be happening is part of a change being seen across the world's mining industry, where there is a flight to quality as environmental regulations tighten around gas emissions and the disposal of waste generated in manufacturing processes. As a general rule, high-quality raw materials create less pollution.

But there might be another factor at work in the coal market, which is potentially more significant; declining supplies of premium coal as exploration for the fuel slows and government mining approvals become harder to get.

China has been a key player in the high-quality drift, which can also be seen in the market for iron ore, where limited supplies of top quality material fetch up to $90/t, whereas the benchmark price is closer to $70 a ton, and low-grade ore has dropped to $40 a ton.

Coal has always had two primary markets, material classified as coking, which finds its way into steel-making, and energy (or thermal) coal used to generate electricity.

Steel-making coal has not featured in the latest price moves, which is all about demand for electricity in Asia.

Shortage Developing

The price difference between high quality and low quality coal has become so wide that investment banks, such as Morgan Stanley, have noted the potential for a shortage in premium material as well as environmental factors being behind the difference.

In a recent research report, Morgan Stanley said the widening of the price gap from a 22% difference between low-grade and high-grade coal two years ago to a 90% gap earlier this year.

"One could argue this to be similar to the flight-to-quality seen in iron ore, the rise in price is comparable, but unlike iron ore, we believe the spiking energy differential is not just a China demand story but about weak supply of premium coal," Morgan Stanley said.

Over the next year, the price gap is expected to narrow as producers of high-quality coal in countries, such as Colombia and Russia, are attracted to the high prices on offer in Asia.

In the longer term, however, the drive for reduced pollution from coal burning could turn out to be a factor in coal prices staying high because tough environmental protection laws in a number of countries are limiting the development of new coal mines.

In other words, demand for coal remains high and is growing in some countries, but supply is struggling to keep up.

In effect, efforts to limit coal production has become a significant factor in lifting the coal price for companies already producing.

That certainly appears to be the case in Australia, one of the biggest exporters of high-quality coal and home to some of the toughest rules governing mine development.

Not only is the situation an example of flight to quality, it could also be an example of unintended consequences.

I studied geology in the 1960s and worked for a small mining company before getting a start in journalism during the 1969 nickel boom. Since then I've covered repeated booms and busts in the commodities sector for a passing parade of newspapers, magazines and website. I am a... MORE
Tim Treadgold has been writing about the mining and oil industries for more than 40 years

Posted at 04/10/2018 08:02 by cpap man
ANR could well be a TAKE OVER target now or as i have already stated the ANR directors will just try and grab ANR as cheap as possible.

My advice is TO VOTE DOWN THE RESOULTIONS as ANR have well over 100 MILLION TONNES OF THERMAL COAL in Australia with the Chinese market on it's door step!

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