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Aura Energy Limited LSE:AURA London Ordinary Share AU000000AEE7 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.50 9,965 08:00:11
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9.00 10.00 9.50 9.50 9.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.02 -1.62 -0.73 46
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:16:01 O 9,965 9.675 GBX

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07/7/2022
09:20
Aura Energy Daily Update: Aura Energy Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AURA. The last closing price for Aura Energy was 9.50p.
Aura Energy Limited has a 4 week average price of 8.75p and a 12 week average price of 8.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 22.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.75p.
There are currently 483,825,028 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 105,361 shares. The market capitalisation of Aura Energy Limited is £45,963,377.66.
12/5/2022
15:34
masergt: dan. 430. Agreed, and timing is key. Closed 10.4p in Aus this morning, currently 10.25p here. Update from Peter Reeve on Tasiast gold or from Will Goodall on EPC contract might spark brief interest but the recent financing presentation showed timescales slipping from previous ones and didn't do us any favours. It shows Tiris AISC is around three times that of our three Canadian "peers" who are ten times our size and in a much more friendly mining jurisdiction. Our resource grades are not that great either. "Four trucks and an excavator" does not come across as a serious commitment to getting things moving so I can't see any of our assets in production for at least three years. WG is a metallurgist with no CEO experience. Interim since 13th January while they appoint a proper one but still there four months on. What is this new BoD playing at? hxxps://newsnreleases.com/2022/01/13/dr-will-goodall-appointed-as-acting-ceo-of-aura-energy/ Loss of shareholder value is my main concern. On 1st April, of all days!, they confirmed authority to issue another 60m shares including 20m 'freebies' placed in escrow for various directors and consultants: hxxps://cdn-api.markitdigital.com/apiman-gateway/ASX/asx-research/1.0/file/2924-02455354-3A581698?access_token=83ff96335c2d45a094df02a206a39ff4 "Freebie" shares? Yes, imo. See 5.3 Shareholder Loans p14. Company will lend interest free money "on limited recourse terms" to directors so they can buy 20% discounted shares from escrow with "accelerated vesting" should they leave the company. Worth reading in full. There are still ~126m options to convert taking us to 606m shares in issue. The recent placing diluted us a further 8%. We'll have gone from ~400m to 606m, >50% dilution, since 21st December AGM by the time they clear. Is that worth the funds gained? This was a poorly run company before and despite my hopes doesn't seem to be much better now.
10/5/2022
07:33
danmart2: The share price will likely drift while the resource upgrade works take place, you will not want to be out by the autumn when they announce the additional resource and production commencement
02/4/2022
00:25
papillon: You pick some excellent shares to invest in TCofMC! I remember when the uranium price peaked at US$140 per lb back in 2007. I had shares in Uramin (UMN) at the time. They had a massive low grade uranium deposit in Namibia. UMN was bought back in 2007 by the French state uranium company for US$2.6bn. My best ever investment. Pity it was all a fraud! The uranium deposit turned out to be uneconomic even at US$140 per lb and the takeover was just a ruse devised by the French to pay an illegal commission to a South African wheeler dealer, who had a substantial shareholding in UMN, for his services in arranging a deal in the Central African Republic. Needless to say UMN's Namibia deposit proved to be worthless. The legal ramifications of the UMN deal are still ongoing after all these years. The AURA chart is very bullish. I like the look of the company and will have a punt. Nuclear fission as a source of "green" baseload electricity generation is back in fashion again after the collapse in confidence following the Japanese disaster of 2011.
11/3/2022
13:21
the count of monte_cristo: Surprising share price action this week considering how strongly the uranium price has moved and how the West are now going to be searching for uranium supply away from Russia. But I find that usually it takes a while for these things to play out and sink in and the market to factor in and understand the situation. I was thinking to trade this on the small upticks, as I have done previously, but now want to sit tight and see how this plays out over the coming months. It's a very cheap company when compared against its peers.
02/3/2022
02:24
the count of monte_cristo: CEO saying that the company want to sell the story to investors and get the story out there, but then can't be bothered replying to PI's emails, lol:)) I think some of these companies look down on us PI's, but would bend over backwards for funds and meals with these types, at shareholders expense but end up with no investment. Meanwhile, us lowly PI's are the ones who make up the daily trading and day to day share price movements, increasing or decreasing the companies market cap and making it more likely to raise funds if the share price increases and therefore the market cap. It has always been this way and will always be this way. The average PI is looked down on as a nuisance by many of these CEO's, but actually we are the life blood of these exploration companies. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0tqLnh9QY0
11/11/2021
09:23
solo4yous: Great trend in Aura hey! Timely reminder Angus Energy 0.90p Positives • Equipment should be arriving on site Nov 21 – Feb 22 proving this isn’t hot air! • Permitting and Approvals expected early December 2021 • First time in 2 years a Project is about to become a reality early 2022 • Huge rise in Gas Prices (300-400%): 51% stake in onshore Saltfleeby Gas Asset • 52% recent upgrade to NPV10 from a revised CPR of Gas Asset now £25.5m (£9m market cap) • £12m fully funded for Saltfleeby • Sidetrack to Gas Project Planning Permission in place to try and double output • £1.4m Convertible Loan Note holdings extended deadline to April 2023 for final payment! • 2x Director Buys of 1m each mid 2021 • £8m potential funding with Aleph and Associates for a valid Geothermal play • 165m Warrants of £2.1m at 1.36p average potentially available • 26m Employee Options at 1.5p but fully vesting at 2p too Negatives • A group of Locals persistently fester on UK Share Forums to stop any buying momentum, the success in market cap makes it harder to stop any of their projects dead in its tracks! • A substantial undercurrent set of Short Sellers who seem to be betting against delivery and pre-gas price rally; now hurting and desperate to close out their positions – towards First Gas Q1-Q2 2022. Their short positions could create a dramatic squeeze to 2p alone IMO. • Legacy Oil Assets and failed projects knocked share price and confidence of Long Term Holders • Geothermal Progress Seems Slow • Delays seem to bother some impatient traders but Aleph have stumped £12m loan! Share Price Predictions? • Harmonics showing 2-3.5p target? • Management believes 3.5p per share is Fair Value vs. 0.90p share price GLA WTFDIK DYOR
05/10/2021
06:53
h2owater: Recently relisted Aura Energy has entered a trading halt ahead of the finalisation of an offtake financing agreement, as it progresses flagship Tiris uranium project. Aura’s (ASX:AEE) (AIM:AURA) securities on the ASX are expected to remain in the halt until the beginning of trade on Thursday October 7 or when an announcement is made. The company recently relisted on the ASX and is advancing the Tiris Uranium Project in Mauritania on Africa’s Atlantic coast. In the past few months the company has been putting in several more building blocks as it seeks to be the first new uranium project to commence construction since the uranium price started its stellar rise. Firstly, the project was the recipient of a 10% resource upgrade in August, taking its total JORC resource to 56 million pounds at a 100-parts-per-million uranium oxide cut-off grade. It also had a capital estimate update completed that month and subsequently updated its definitive feasibility study with 2021 figures – making its DFS one of if not the most current compared with its ASX listed uranium peers. Work at Tiris is now advancing with stage two activities currently underway, including an opportunity review with the aim of further lowering costs, a resource conversion, and further exploration discovery and drilling with the aim of expanding the existing resources, with a vanadium by-product review also providing potential to further lower costs. Aura is also undertaking a net-zero emissions study at Tiris and beginning a review of the steps required to initiate the project’s development. The company was recently flagged by Stockhead as a uranium play ready to pounce when the price is right. Aura recently stated that the improved uranium price was driving its review of Tiris, and also influenced the financing options available to the company. Plenty of progress for Aura On relisting late last month, Aura said it had completed its first successful drillhole during a water drilling program on Tiris. The drillhole encountered good flows of water commencing from 35m depth, with a preliminary assessment indicating a flow rate of 17,000 litres per hour. The testing followed up a water drilling program started by Aura at the project in 2019. “The company is very confident in the process it has developed for identifying and targeting water bearing structures and we aim to continue testing further targets, as Aura further develops the project and advances towards near-term production,” Managing Director & CEO Peter Reeve said at the time. Aura Water drilling at Tiris. Pic: Supplied. Aura is also drilling bedrock at the Nomads JV tenement within the Tasiast South gold project, also in Mauritania, where it is earning up to a 70% stake. hTtps://stockhead.com.au/resources/aura-energy-enters-trading-halt-with-offtake-financing-news-approaching/
13/2/2021
11:13
city analyst1: Danmart, Aura’s fair value (employing a DCF valuation model) sits at around 1.56pence per share or £40m market cap. However, when you set this fair value against the current peer valuations (following the recent mini rally in uranium stocks), the company is materially mispriced. By way of background, the company’s shares have been in a state of paralysis since the May 2020 trading halt on the ASX. The emergence of the heavyweight activists (Axel Sartingen, Asean Deep Value, Florian Hoertlehner, and John Bennett) triggered the action under Listing Rule 17.1. Thus, since then, the share price has stagnated and not mirrored the wider movements in the uranium and vanadium space. However, on January 29, 2021, and after 9 torturous months, things took a massive turn for the upside with this announcement from the company: “With the assistance of a major shareholder (Lind Global), Aura Energy commenced settlement negotiations on the outstanding legal disputes with the shareholder activists and this has been largely successful.” That announcement, which went largely unnoticed by the wider market, was a real ‘game changer’ for Aura shareholders. The activists’ demands, once revealed, will be highly bullish as they will be predominantly focussed on expediting delivery of shareholder value after almost five years of perennial underperformance. So, against the backdrop of a highly valuable asset base, a highly aligned management team, a highly sophisticated institutional share base (see the links below), a bullish uranium, vanadium, and gold sector, and a spectacularly low market capitalisation, the Aura share price is now starting to play catch-up. And catch-up it will.
10/8/2020
14:06
tomboyb: Aura Energy Limited Update on gold funding transaction 10/08/2020 2:00pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Aura Energy (LSE:AURA) Intraday Stock Chart Monday 10 August 2020 Click Here for more Aura Energy Charts. TIDMAURA RNS Number : 6828V Aura Energy Limited 10 August 2020 10 August 2020 AURA ENERGY LIMITED ("Aura" or the "Company") Update on gold funding transaction Aura Energy Limited (AEE:ASX, AURA: AIM) is pleased to advise that it has moved to the final documentation stage of the C$4.5 million (A$4.8 million) gold funding deal it signed recently. Aura's Tasiast South tenements over 435 km(2) are in a highly prospective area lying on two lightly explored mineralised greenstone belts in Mauritania. The areas lie along strike from Kinross' giant +20 Moz Tasiast Gold Mine, where Kinross has recently announced that it will expand gold production to 530,000 ounces per year. As part of the initial termsheet the creation of a joint venture vehicle (PubCo) was required and was to be sponsored by TSX-listed Chilean Metals. Further to the announcement of 7 July 2020 and in order to improve timing and simplify regulatory requirements, the transaction will now be executed directly between Aura and PubCo, now named Achean Gold Inc. The transaction, which is subject to due diligence, remains the same in all aspects as outlined in the 7 July 2020 announcement and will see Aura progressively vend its Mauritanian gold and base metal licences into Achean Gold Inc. Achean Gold will receive the four scheduled payments totalling C$4.5 million before October 2021 and following which Aura Energy will own 50% of Achean Gold. Given the non-binding nature of this agreement, there can be no assurance at this stage that the transaction will proceed. [1] +20 M.ozs refers Tasiast's gold "endowment", i.e. current reserves + resources (9.8 M.0z - refer Kinross 2019 Annual Report) plus gold previously mined. In confirmation Kinross's published Tasiast resource at December 2011 was 20.5 million ounces at 1.2 g/t gold based on cut-off grades of 0.6 g/t gold for CIL ore, 0.25 g/t Au for heap leach ore and 0.1 g/t Au for dump leach ore. For further information please contact:
07/7/2020
08:11
tomboyb: Aura Energy Limited Aura signs C$4.5m gold funding deal term sheet 07/07/2020 8:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Aura Energy (LSE:AURA) Intraday Stock Chart Tuesday 7 July 2020 Click Here for more Aura Energy Charts. TIDMAURA RNS Number : 2333S Aura Energy Limited 07 July 2020 7 july 2020 AURA ENERGY LIMITED ("Aura" or the "Company") AURA SIGNS C$4.5 MILLION GOLD FUNDING DEAL TERM SHEET WORK ON TASIAST SOUTH EXPECTED TO COMMENCE WITHIN 3 MONTHS TO VIEW THE FULL PDF VERSION OF THIS REPORT WITH FIGURES, TABLES AND FOOTNOTES CLICK HERE: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2333S_1-2020-7-7.pdf Aura Energy Limited (AEE) is pleased to advise that it has signed a C$4.5 million (A$4.8 million) funding term sheet for the creation of a joint venture vehicle with TSX-listed Chilean Metals Inc ("Chilean Metals or Chilean") for Aura's gold, base and battery metal tenements in Mauritania. The deal is subject to due diligence and as such is non-binding. Aura's Tasiast South tenements over 435 km(2) are in a highly prospective area lying on two lightly explored mineralised greenstone belts in Mauritania (See Fig 3). The areas lie along strike from Kinross' giant +20 Moz Tasiast Gold Mine, where Kinross has recently announced that it will expand gold production to 530,000 ounces per year. Aura maintains that these tenements, also with strong base and battery metal results, represent some of the best under-explored greenstone belt targets in the world. The transaction, which remains subject to due diligence, will see Aura progressively vend its Mauritanian gold and base metal licences into a joint venture vehicle (PubCo) with Chilean contributing four scheduled cash payments totalling C$4.5 million before October 2021. The third and fourth Chilean payments will be at their election. Assuming Chilean invests C$4.5 million in cash into PubCo, Aura will own 50% of PubCo and Chilean will own 50%. Aura will also receive 1,000,000 shares in Chilean Metals as part of the transaction. Chilean may source the required funding from its own corporate sources or individual investors with the payment schedule by Chilean into the new vehicle as follows: -- C$1.5 million - On or before 31(st) August 2020 (on execution of binding documentation) -- C$1.0 million - 30 January 2021 (or sooner) -- C$1.0 million - 1 June 2021 (at Chilean's election) -- C$1.0 million - 1 October 2021 (at Chilean's election) Given the non-binding nature of this agreement, there can be no assurance at this stage that the transaction will proceed. Aura Energy Executive Chairman Mr Peter Reeve said "Aura has maintained an exceptionally strong belief in these extremely under-explored greenstone belts given the high-quality preliminary gold and base metal exploration results achieved. This substantial funding package from a group of seasoned resource investors/developers will help reveal their true potential. With the Tasiast Gold Mine (+400,000 ozs pa) on the same belt just north of our project, the potential for multi-million-ounce discoveries is, in the eyes of our technical people, very conceivable". "The excellent base metal indications also revealed on these properties, particularly nickel and high-grade cobalt, also highlights the broader potential of these properties on a similar basis as the Kalgoorlie region in Western Australia where significant gold and base metal discoveries have been made in similar Archean Greenstone settings. "Aura is very pleased that Chilean Metals has recognised the attributes of this geological belt and welcomes Chilean into this project. Chilean's understanding of what it takes to enable mineral discovery and their connection to important gold investment sources will be important ingredients in this transaction. The current global economic environment is driving the gold price and provides the perfect environment for a separate vehicle to hold these strongly undervalued assets". The key terms of the deal are as follows: -- Chilean invests C$4.5 million before October 2021 into PubCo -- Aura contribute 100% of its gold and base metal tenements -- Aura receive 1,000,000 shares in Chilean Metals -- Aura and Chilean will eventually hold 50% each in the JV vehicle -- Aura will hold 3 board seats in PubCo and Chilean 2 board seats -- It is intended that PubCo will be listed on the TSX-V exchange -- Aura will provide the management and technical team for the vehicle -- Aura will receive a mutually agreed management fee for operating the vehicle -- The deal remains subject to due diligence and will remain non-binding until the definitive agreement is executed. Aura and Chilean will seek to finalise a definitive agreement for the transaction no later than 31(St) August 2020. Schedule of TIMCO/JV Transfer and Cash Contributions
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