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African Battery LSE:ABM London Ordinary Share GB00BYWJZ743 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 1.40p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/12/2018
09:35
Mr Murphy to do a Charlie Wood and clear his desk. New appointment when still suspended?
aidenabettin
11/12/2018
21:19
It may turn out to be unfortunate for long term holders but they may just be sacraficed for very dodgy reasons. Portfolio is still good and may be sold off to cover debts in liquidation if thats where they end up. All very sudden and its almost as if they are in a hurry to shutdown.
aidenabettin
11/12/2018
20:51
Utter rubbish, and has been ever since it listed in its latest guise.
the deacon
11/12/2018
17:00
Its time for KKME(Botswana) to do a RTO. Shareprice has been walked down for a reason. KKME were going to IPO but a RTO is always a possibility. Might not have any money here but the portfolio is good. KKME are due to issue Botswana results mid december. Hope those who have been here long term get their money back but nothing is certain with the guys involved. Good luck
aidenabettin
17/11/2018
21:52
Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqxukLsECCA&feature=youtu.be
excellance
15/11/2018
14:51
Cameroon will be #2 for Cobalt in Africa
aidenabettin
15/11/2018
10:51
African Battery Metals* (ABM LN) 2.2p, Mkt Cap £2.9m – update on exploration activities African Battery Metals (“ABM”) commenced exploration work on their Cameroon licences, acquired as part of the purchase of Cobalt Blue Holdings Ltd, which are close to and in part contingous with the Nkamouna cobalt-nickel-manganese project historically owned by Geovic Mining Corp. Geovic conducted an extensive exploration programme over several years, identifying seven plateaus in the region where cobalt and nickel mineralisation was recorded and have become analogous for ongoing ABM exploration. Focusing on Nkamouna and Mada plateaus, Geovic discovered cobalt and nickel mineralisation between 5-20m depth in the deeply weathered profile or laterite that overlays ultramafic intrusions which represent the source of the metal. Laterites are frequently sources of cobalt and nickel mineralisation in equatorial regions of the world, including SE Asia, Australia and Latin America as well as Africa. Over time, this laterite profile has been eroded away by the rivers with transect the area and is only preserved in a series of plateaus between the rivers. Nkamouna hosts one of the world’s largest undeveloped cobalt resources outside the DRC, with the final NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resource declared totalling 323.2Mt @ 0.21% cobalt, 0.63% nickel and 1.36% manganese. Subsequent Technical Report work completed by SRK in June 2011 determined an Ore Reserve of 54.7Mt @ 0.25% cobalt, 0.69 nickel and 1.33% manganese. Utilising Geovic evidence, ABM exploration programme focused on topographic and geophysical data to identify mineralised targets. Aeromagnetic data provided rapid coincident anomalies associated with highly magnetic ultramafic rocks which signal the presence of a series of intrusions. Areas where topographic highs coincide with aeromagnetic highs also provide the strongest likelihood of preservation of cobalt-nickel mineralisation. On the ABM Cameroon Licences, it is evident that the northern end of Ngoila North (which is a continuation of the Messea cobalt-nickel block), and much of Ekok and Ntam East all have elevated areas which coincide with aeromagnetic anomalies. These areas will become the focus of ABM’s anticipated next stage of exploration. Given that mineralisation at Nkamouna is found from around 5m to 22m in depth, ABM will need to devise an exploration approach which involves either deep pitting or use of a man-portable auger. The company hosted a team of Sahara geologists in July 2018 to assess the work necessary for a systematic exploration programme focused on the targets identified by the topographic and aeromagnetic data. Disappointing results from ABM’s auger programme of two transects across the Kisinka licence in DRC follow changes in the Mining Code and administrative delays. Cobalt grades of 0.002% to 0.021% and copper of up to 0.058% appear unrepresentative of Roan rocks which host most of DRC’s cobalt, especially considering seven producing cobalt and copper mines within 30km of the licence. The results do not invalidate Kisinka as an exploration target, but further work will be assessed in the context of the opportunities ABM management sees in its projects in Ivory Coast and Cameroon. Conclusion: Analogous geophysical and topographic anomalies are positive for the discovery of consistent cobalt-nickel-manganese mineralisation within the vicinity of one of the world’s largest undeveloped cobalt resource, Nkamouna. The work gives clarity for the subsequent auger exploration programme and we look forward to the first results. *SP Angel act as broker to African Battery Metals
cpap man
14/11/2018
14:57
Pactrol on lse: .Lame duck shareToday 12:22Well Im new to investing But this has been a real eye opener Thankfully I only invested £300 Which is now worth £20.00 if I were to sell after commision fees I would get back less than £10 99% Loss total rip off.Account been registered for 4yrs.Where do they dig these guys up? Pathetic
aidenabettin
14/11/2018
08:09
No need to worry here. Cameroon is the big one and has a very substantial port facility built by the chinese. All will come good but you just have to read between the lines. Very disappointed is a very rare statement associated with mineral discovery in DRC. The country itself though is in chaos and probably best left for a few years.
aidenabettin
14/11/2018
07:55
By all accounts they quite like you!!!!
cpap man
14/11/2018
07:45
IGS have mapped all of the DRC and know exactly where the minerals are. This news gives them an exit and moves focus to Cameroon. The unfortunate thing about the people involved here is that you never read anything they say as being the truth. It is almost always far from it
aidenabettin
14/11/2018
07:42
DRC is just not ETHICAL for Cobalt. Once they took on Cameroon the DRC was dead
aidenabettin
14/11/2018
07:28
African Battery Metals plc / EPIC: ABM / Market: AIM 14 November 2018 African Battery Metals plc ("ABM" or the "Company") Update on Exploration Activities African Battery Metals plc, the AIM listed African focused exploration company developing projects in strategic battery metals, is pleased to provide an update on its exploration activities in Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo, (the "DRC"). Overview ● Commenced exploration work on the licences in Cameroon acquired as part of the purchase of Cobalt Blue Holdings Ltd (see release of 8th August 2018), ("ABM's Cameroon Licences" or "Cobalt Blue Permits" in figures 1, 2 & 3)), which are close to and in part contiguous with the Nkamouna cobalt-nickel-manganese project1 which was historically majority owned by Geovic Mining Corporation ("Geovic"). Nkamouna hosts one of the world's largest undeveloped cobalt resource outside the DRC2: ◦ ABM has acquired key geophysical data, which helps identify the source of cobalt-nickel mineralisation observed in the region of the ABM Cameroon Licences; ◦ Commissioned desk top report and site visit to AMB Cameroon Licences by Sahara Natural Resources Ltd ("Sahara"), a highly qualified independent group specialist in African exploration; and ◦ Identified a series of targets on ABM's Cameroon Licences for follow-up work, which exhibit the same geological signature displayed by the cobalt-nickel licences historically held by Geovic. ● Received assay results from the auger programme on ABM's part owned Kisinka licence in the DRC, which provide minimal evidence of cobalt or copper mineralisation. References to figures relate to the version visible in PDF format by clicking the link below: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2549H_1-2018-11-13.pdf ABM CEO, Roger Murphy, said, "I am very excited by the opportunity we have acquired in Cameroon. We know from Geovic's past exploration work at Nkamouna, that this area hosts one of the world's largest non-DRC cobalt resources2, and that we are in 'elephant country' for cobalt and nickel. We believe we understand why the mineralisation is where it is in the licences historically held by Geovic and, as the charts in this release show, we have similar areas within ABM's Cameroon Licences. I look forward to implementing an exploration programme, which I believe should confirm the presence of cobalt and nickel on ABM's Cameroon Licences. At the same time, I'm disappointed that our work so far on Kisinka in the DRC has not yet provided significant evidence of cobalt or copper mineralisation. However, Kisinka is a large licence area in the right area on mapped Roan geology, with large copper-cobalt mines nearby. Our work to date has only covered a small fraction of the licence so we therefore cannot rule anything out yet. We will assess our next steps on Kisinka relative to those for our licences in Ivory Coast and Cameroon."
cpap man
14/11/2018
07:27
Change to board next rns?
aidenabettin
25/10/2018
09:31
oh no, the pickled egg was putrid, may need toime to explore the pickled cukes.
the crypt
25/10/2018
09:28
lol - lol may yer eggs be wilted by the beef of steak an a lttle pork sausage!
the crypt
19/10/2018
08:41
Who will get the Geovic licences?.https://www.businessincameroon.com/mining/0603-7848-cameroon-could-withdraw-geovic-mining-s-license-for-nkamouna-nickel-cobalt-deposit
aidenabettin
19/10/2018
08:40
https://www.mining-technology.com/projects/nkamouna-cobalt-nickel-manganese-project-haut-nyong-cameroon/
aidenabettin
18/10/2018
16:17
News must be due?
aidenabettin
18/10/2018
16:16
Just shorts closing
aidenabettin
18/10/2018
15:50
TOP RISER today are ABM And to think that it is just the start @ ABM
cpap man
18/10/2018
10:08
https://globalriskinsights.com/2018/10/drc-cobalt-a-potential-achilles-heel-of-electric-vehicles/
aidenabettin
16/10/2018
15:14
TSI sell Cameroon assets to ABM for 11% of the company at a shareprice of 3.25p and almost immediately they dump the shareprice to put of any buying.Same is happening in every share you find lenigas where raising money is secondary to the shifting of assets.Watch out for circum assets being moved from PREM
aidenabettin
16/10/2018
14:53
We unfortunately will now have to put up with all the lenigas scum followers and their are many on AIM.Colonialism #2 is now in full swing with upgraded search tools available.We will get what we missed last time and more. With lenigas on the scene colonialism and environmental issues will not be a problem.All being done to support Brexit
aidenabettin
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