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Alba Mineral Resources Plc LSE:ALBA London Ordinary Share GB00B06KBB18 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.015 3.85% 0.405 36,265,645 12:33:30
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.39 0.42 0.405 0.38 0.385
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.31 -0.04 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:55 O 195,323 0.409 GBX

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22/1/2021
08:20
Alba Mineral Resources Daily Update: Alba Mineral Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALBA. The last closing price for Alba Mineral Resources was 0.39p.
Alba Mineral Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.38p and a 12 week average price of 0.31p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.56p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.05p.
There are currently 6,200,953,989 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,405,987 shares. The market capitalisation of Alba Mineral Resources Plc is £25,113,863.66.
07/1/2021
10:18
ciminna: I'm not saying Alba is as big as GGP but the same thing happened there for a couple of years until the results showed, with no doubt, the massive resource they had. On expected/good news the share price would rise early then fall back. At this early stage share price will be volatile even when you think a great RNS has landed (not this one obvs!) Hold long term and don't look at it every day like I do!
24/12/2020
09:54
rakepat37: I'm hear to make money like everyone else, hype equals momentum on share price, Alba has all the hype via news papers and podcasts etc this equates to share price rise. Anyone would of thought u got a short position on the share
08/12/2020
21:03
johncasey: Now listen guys i want you all to see this tweeted by Alba resources and join us investing in this quality stock..take abit of profit out of greatland and come and join us for another similar greatland ride...and have the satisfaction in being part of british history..im going to north wales soon to take a look..only about 100 miles from me in a beautiful area Thread See new Tweets Conversation Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h By way of introduction to our new Board members: Elizabeth Henson: - Senior Int. Tax Partner for PwC (2007-19) - Founder & Leader of PwC UK’s International Wealth business - A leader in her field, with contacts to some of the wealthiest entrepreneurs and HNWs across the globe Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h Lars Brünner: - Arctic Mining & Environment Bus. Dev. Leader for Golder Associates (2014-20) - Environmental Consultant for >25 years - Expertise in environmental legislation & natural resource management & surveillance. - Involved in 30 projects in Greenland in past 10 years. Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h Our Chairman: "Liz has had a stellar career rising to a very senior position at one of the world’s foremost accountancy firms. Lars has an exceptional knowledge of environmental regulation and of Greenland, having worked on around 30 projects there in the past decade alone." Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals Replying to @AlbaMinerals “These appointments are indicative of our determination to strive for excellence on all levels, both in the quality of our projects and technical work and in the depth of our management team." #AmitsoqGraphite #TBSIlmenite #MelvilleBayIronOre #ClogauGoldMine #GwynfynyddGoldMine
08/12/2020
20:45
johncasey: Thread See new Tweets Conversation Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h By way of introduction to our new Board members: Elizabeth Henson: - Senior Int. Tax Partner for PwC (2007-19) - Founder & Leader of PwC UK’s International Wealth business - A leader in her field, with contacts to some of the wealthiest entrepreneurs and HNWs across the globe Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h Lars Brünner: - Arctic Mining & Environment Bus. Dev. Leader for Golder Associates (2014-20) - Environmental Consultant for >25 years - Expertise in environmental legislation & natural resource management & surveillance. - Involved in 30 projects in Greenland in past 10 years. Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals · 9h Our Chairman: "Liz has had a stellar career rising to a very senior position at one of the world’s foremost accountancy firms. Lars has an exceptional knowledge of environmental regulation and of Greenland, having worked on around 30 projects there in the past decade alone." Alba Mineral Resources @AlbaMinerals Replying to @AlbaMinerals “These appointments are indicative of our determination to strive for excellence on all levels, both in the quality of our projects and technical work and in the depth of our management team." #AmitsoqGraphite #TBSIlmenite #MelvilleBayIronOre #ClogauGoldMine #GwynfynyddGoldMine
08/12/2020
07:10
johncasey: SAYS IT ALL...ALBA GOING PLACES RNS Number : 8399H Alba Mineral Resources PLC 08 December 2020 Alba Mineral Resources plc ("Alba" or the "Company") Board Changes Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Non-Executive Directors to the Alba Board with immediate effect. Elizabeth Henson Elizabeth Henson was, from 2007-2019, a senior international tax partner for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), based in London. She was the Founder and Leader of PwC UK's International Wealth business and is considered a leader in her field. Elizabeth has an established and substantial contact base consisting of some of the wealthiest entrepreneurs and high net worth individuals from the UK and across the globe. Elizabeth has a Master of Laws (LLM), Tax, from Queen Mary, University of London, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Rhodes University, South Africa and a Bachelor of Art (BA), also from Rhodes University, South Africa. She was the 2018 Spears Private Client Accountant of the Year and won the Citywealth Powerwomen Awards Silver award for Woman of the Year - Leadership (Large, Institutional) in 2016, 2018 and 2019, among other awards. Lars Brünner Lars Brünner was, from 2014 until May 2020, the Arctic Mining and Environment, Business Development Leader for Golder Associates A/S, the leading international mining and environmental consultancy firm. Lars has been an Environmental Consultant for more than 25 years, during which time he has conducted numerous Environmental and Social Impact Assessments for a broad range of projects and developed a wide-ranging expertise in environmental legislation, natural resource management, monitoring and surveillance programmes. Much of Lars' work in recent years has been associated with the mining sector in Greenland. Lars has an M.Sc. in Biology from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Manuel Lamboley is stepping down from the Alba Board and will take up a consultancy role for the Company, advising Alba on access to European markets and joint venture partners. The Alba Board extends its sincere gratitude to Manuel for his several years of service as a director of the Company and looks forward to continued collaboration on these other projects. George Frangeskides, Executive Chairman, commented : "I am delighted to welcome Elizabeth Henson and Lars Br ü nner to the Alba Board as independent Non-Executive Directors." "Liz has had a stellar career rising to a very senior position at one of the world's foremost global accountancy firms. She has a huge amount of professional experience across a wide range of sectors and countries. I am certain that her advice and input will be of huge benefit to the Alba Board as we look to grow the Company in the coming months and years." "Lars comes from a senior position at another leading international consultancy firm. I got to know Lars well during our 2018 field programme at Thule Black Sands, in which he led the Golder environmental team. Lars has an unrivalled knowledge of environmental regulation and resource management, and an exceptional knowledge of Greenland having worked on around 30 projects there in the past decade alone. Environmental compliance plays an ever increasing role these days in the process of progressing mineral exploration and development projects through to commercial exploitation, and with Lars' expert guidance we know that we are now very well placed to advance our projects both in Greenland and elsewhere." "These appointments are indicative of the Alba Board's determination to keep pushing Alba in the right direction and to strive for excellence on all levels, both in the quality of our projects, in our technical work and in the depth of our management team."
02/12/2020
07:09
uknighted: Alba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to announce that the first phase of the Company's underground drilling programme at the Clogau-St David's Gold Mine ("Clogau" or the "Mine"), which was completed in October 2020, has intersected what Alba believes to be the westerly extension to the Clogau Main Lode, representing a potential 550-metre extension to the Main Lode. The Main Lode is the source of most of the historic gold production at the Mine. Key Points · The first phase of an underground drilling programme was successfully completed on 30 October 2020, with seven drillholes completed for a total of 559.5 metres. · All seven drillholes intersected quartz veining, the known geological setting of all historic gold production at the Clogau-St David's Gold Mine, validating Alba's geological model. · Drillhole L002 returning significant gold assays of 1.16 metres at 0.653 grammes/tonne ("g/t"), including 0.25 metres at 1.79 g/t. · Drillholes L002 and L003 have intersected what Alba believes to be the westerly extension of the Clogau Main Lode, representing a 550-metre extension to the Main Lode, the source of most historic production at the Clogau-St David's Gold Mine. · Infill surface and underground drilling is now planned to confirm the continuity of the Main Lode extension. Alba's Executive Chairman, George Frangeskides, commented: "The intersection of quartz veins along strike from the Main Lode is a potentially significant discovery. The Main Lode has provided most of the gold production at the Clogau-St David's Gold Mine historically, so finding a continuation of the Main Lode which has never previously been exploited would constitute the most significant discovery at the Mine in many decades." "What is more, intersecting representative gold grades at Clogau solely from drilling is always going to be a challenge given the nature of the deposit, which is why our methodology has always involved drilling and bulk sampling working hand-in-hand. So, for our drill team to hit a really solid gold intercept in our very first underground drilling campaign of just seven holes is a very positive outcome indeed." "We intend to undertake infill drilling from surface early in the new year, followed by phase 2 of our underground drilling programme in Q2 of 2021, both being aimed at confirming the continuity of this Main Lode extension. Subject to that confirmation, this will become a primary zone for underground development and extraction."
25/11/2020
10:55
spawny100: I tend to prefer companies with fewer shares and higher share price. Not keen on sub 1p shares with billions in issue. I'd like Alba more with 60 million shares and 40p share price. The market probably would too. Perhaps irrational but markets are fickle things. Anyway still got my punt here from 0.2p.
03/11/2020
10:53
lhoskins: Alba Mineral Resources PLC Clogau Gold Mine: Update on Work ActivitiesSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMALBARNS Number : 0944EAlba Mineral Resources PLC03 November 2020Click on or paste the following link into your website browser to view the associated PDF document (including maps and images): http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/0944E_1-2020-11-3.pdfAlba Mineral Resources plc("Alba" or the "Company")Completion of Underground Exploration Phase atClogau-St David's Gold Mine and Commencement of Surface Drilling CampaignAlba Mineral Resources plc (AIM: ALBA) is pleased to provide an update on the Company's work activities at the Clogau-St David's Gold Mine.Key Points-- Underground drilling programme successfully completed, with seven drill holes completed for a total of 559.5 metres-- Underground bulk sampling programme successfully completed, with seven bulk samples collected for a total of 36 tonnes of material-- Surface drilling campaign has commenced Alba's Executive Chairman, George Frangeskides, commented:"We are delighted to have successfully concluded our 2020 underground drilling and bulk sampling programme. I would like to thank our underground teams for their skill, dedication and hard work. We now move straight into our surface drilling campaign. The surface drill rig is on site and our team has started collaring the first hole."Underground DrillingAlba has successfully completed its underground drilling programme, with seven drill holes completed for a total of 559.5 metres of drilling (see Figure 1 in the PDF version of this announcement, which also shows the length of each completed hole). This includes two drill holes (L003 and L004) completed since the Company's last announcement on 21 October 2020.Bulk Sampling ProgrammeAlba has successfully completed its underground bulk sampling programme, with seven bulk samples taken for a total of 36 tonnes of material (see Figure 2 in the PDF version of this announcement, which also shows the total mass of each bulk sample).Surface Drilling Programme CommencesOur contractor's surface drill rig has been mobilised to site and the planned first phase of a surface drilling campaign of up to 1,500 metres in total has commenced.As announced on 5 October 2020, the surface drill programme has been designed to target mineralisation below the existing mine workings at the Llechfraith mine area (see the diagram at Figure 3 in the PDF version of this announcement), thus testing the continuation of mineralisation at depth.This is the first phase of a longer-term drilling programme of up to 5,000 metres to test areas of interest that cannot be easily or safely accessed from underground, which further phase shall be separately notification to the planning authorities in due course.This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014.GlossaryCollaring The formation of the front end of a drill hole, or the collar, which is the preliminary step in drilling to cause the drill bit to engage in the rock.Forward Looking StatementsThis announcement contains forward-looking statements relating to expected or anticipated future events and anticipated results that are forward-looking in nature and, as a result, are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, such as general economic, market and business conditions, competition for qualified staff, the regulatory process and actions, technical issues, new legislation, uncertainties resulting from potential delays or changes in plans, uncertainties resulting from working in a new political jurisdiction, uncertainties regarding the results of exploration, uncertainties regarding the timing and granting of prospecting rights, uncertainties regarding the timing and granting of regulatory and other third party consents and approvals, uncertainties regarding the Company's or any third party's ability to execute and implement future plans, and the occurrence of unexpected events.Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, uncertainties also exist in connection with the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which may result in further lockdown measures and restrictions being imposed by Governments and other competent regulatory bodies and agencies from time to time in response to the pandemic, which measures and restrictions may prevent or inhibit the Company from executing its work activities according to the timelines set out in this announcement or indeed from executing its work activities at all. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may also affect the Company's ability to execute its work activities due to personnel and contractors testing positive for COVID-19 or otherwise being required to self-isolate from time to time.Actual results achieved may vary from the information provided herein as a result of numerous known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors.Competent Person DeclarationThe information in this release that relates to Exploration Results has been reviewed by Mr Mark Austin. Mr Austin is a member of SACNASP (Reg. No. 400235/06), Fellow of The Geological Society and Fellow of the Geological Society of South Africa. He has a B.Sc. Honours in Geology with 38 years' experience.Mark Austin has sufficient experience that is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity being undertaken to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration targets, Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves', also known as the JORC Code. The JORC code is a national reporting organisation that is aligned with CRIRSCO. Mr Austin consents to the inclusion in the announcement of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which they appear.
08/10/2020
18:40
johncasey: IF there are buyers for JAY’s product you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be buyers for effectively the same product from ALBA. In this instance then, given the still de facto nil value in Alba’s market cap for their Thule ilmenite product, it is, we would posit, a “heads I win, tails you lose” proposition for Alba relative to JAY as the re-rating from a near nil value in the present market cap of ALBA for this element of their portfolio would be much, much more than JAY’s which is still, incredibly, valued near £200m today. Secondly, as per the RNS HERE released in July of this year, work is progressing apace at Thule with a view to converting their resource into the all important JORC compliant basis. We believe this will be transformational for the stock price for 2 reasons. Firstly, any commentary as to the supposed inferiority of the product relative to JAY’s will likely be put to bed once and for all and secondly, the release of a JORC compliant resource estimate typically acts as a major re-rating inflection point for junior miners as the path to commerciality progresses. It is worth reminding ourselves of the key elements of that RNS in July: “We are excited to get back into the field shortly for our first full field campaign at Thule Black Sands, whilst also embarking on our maiden campaign at Inglefield Land, a project which contains targets for a suite of commodities, including cobalt, gold, zinc and nickel. We will be able to benefit from logistical cost savings in exploring both sites in north-west Greenland at the same time and look forward to reporting material results as and when they are available.” As we highlight in bold, there is the added potential of finds at Inglefield including the commodity du jour cobalt. And “… Alba is pleased to report that a drilling and sampling campaign has been planned across the full licence strike length with the aim of allowing the delineation of a maiden mineral resource statement for the TBS Project.” We would expect that the results of this sampling will be released some time in September or October as the field season in NW Greenland comes to a close and so those looking to position for this news should be stake building now. In summary, any expectation of an offtake deal at JAY has now been well flagged and as the saying goes in the stock market – “it is better to travel than arrive” so we doubt there would be much of a move in that stock, particularly as, per our piece HERE highlighting 8 key questions to CEO Rod Mcillree (which incidentally have gone unanswered to), the current market cap is, we believe, way out of sync with any realistic DCF valuation. Indeed, the price action last week in which JAY fell by near 25% on the day illustrates just how much leveraged capital looks to remains in the stock – capital that is no doubt looking for a profit-taking opportunity. In contrast however, even if JAY deflates towards what is a realistic level we believe of circa 5p per share, this would still, if ALBA were to be given a similar value, involve a four fold increase in the price of ALBA EXCLUDING their other assets. To conclude, we continue to believe that the current stock price of ALBA provides material opportunity on numerous fronts – the disjoint with their quoted peers re the Horse Hill oil project, the opportunity as laid out here re relative valuations with JAY and also the other mining assets within ALBA’s portfolio that are, based on a simple SOTP valuation, presently valued at de facto nil in the current market cap. We remain resolute holders of ALBA and look forward to the modest re-rating that has occurred in recent months to build apace as we move through the autumn. DISCLOSURE & RISK WARNING A Director of Align Research Ltd holds a position in Alba Minerals and is bound to Align Research’s company dealing policy ensuring open and adequate disclosure. Full details can be found on our website here (“Legals”;).
30/9/2020
12:37
lhoskins: Alba share price goes through the roof lol
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