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Bluejay Mining Daily Update: Bluejay Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JAY. The last closing price for Bluejay Mining was 11.14p.
Bluejay Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.66p and a 12 week average price of 8.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.32p.
There are currently 971,629,460 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,321,604 shares. The market capitalisation of Bluejay Mining Plc is £106,879,240.60.
jackhenleo: luffness I don't agree with your wording of "they have just moved on" this agreement is still ongoing and the specific /possible customer being RTIT. Dundas Bulk Sample Completed and Being Shipped 09 September 2019 RNS: 6250L Bluejay Mining plc, the AIM and FSE listed Greenland focused company is delighted to announce that the 42,000t bulk sample from its 100% owned Dundas Ilmenite Project ('Dundas' or the 'Project'), the world's highest-grade ilmenite mineral sands project, has successfully departed Greenland destined for the Port of Contrecoeur in Canada. This material will be stockpiled at Bluejay's processing facility to undergo further refinement of up to ±10,000t of heavy mineral concentrate ('HMC') from which half (with an estimated ilmenite content of 4,500t) will be sent to Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium Canada Inc ('RTIT') for testing at their Sorel-Tracy Plant in Quebec ('Sorel') as set out in the agreement announced on 28 May 2019. Once delivered this material will undergo large scale smelter test work designed to confirm suitability for long term commercial use at this facility. Operational Update 14th April 2020 RNS: 4693J "Regarding our Agreement with Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium (RTIT), Bluejay have been advised of RTIT's intention to delay the agreed smelter trial until 2021. Bluejay Mining's pilot plant located in Contrecoeur commenced operation in February and had been running at full capacity for several weeks. The first batch of the bulk sample made for RTIT has been stored by Bluejay at RTIT's request. The smelter test is a key part to our joint Agreement, and we look forward to progressing the joint activities and the overall assessment of the components of the Dundas Ilmenite Project once things subside. Due to recent events and in line with advice from the Government of Quebec to reduce business activity to a minimum, Bluejay has suspended operations and placed the plant on care and maintenance. RTIT has also advised the Company of their decision to delay the smelter trial of Bluejay's ilmenite until 2021. So with an estimated 4.5kt at an average rate of US $210 per t =US$945,00 possible revenue I don't think JAY would just move on.
mike290: For information: The number of "Watchers" on the BLLYF discussion thread of stocktwits.com is now 290. Not bad considering that the thread was set up a couple of hours after the "Bluejay Mining PLC JV with Bill Gates & Jeff Bezos backed Company" RNS on Monday 9th Aug. Just to keep new shareholders aware, I posted the following note on Stocktwits yesterday: "As the excitement surrounding the tie up of Bluejay Mining with Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Jack Ma (via KoBold Metals) fades, don't forget what investors prior to that announcement were concentrating on. They were concentrating on Bluejay's Dundas project in Greenland. Brokers share price Angel and Hannam Partners calculate that Dundas will be worth several times the current price of Bluejay which is currently 12.5 GBPence to sell and 13.0 GBPence to buy on London's AIM market and around 17.5 cents on OTCQB." We don't want new shareholders to think that Bluejay is only about the Disko project. I have tried to outline the investment case for Bluejay, on stocktwits's BLLYF thread, over a series of posts and I will keep adding information. However, any other info added by others, would prove very helpful. It would be great to have others' take on Bluejay over at Stocktwits also. I see that someone recently set up a discussion area on Reddit.com (which can be found by searching on "Bluejay Mining") too. Good Luck to all. Mike.
danessex: Bluejay Mining PLC TR-1: notification of major holdingsSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMJAY TIDMHSBARNS Number : 5153IBluejay Mining PLC12 August 2021TR-1: S tandard form for notification of major holdings NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR HOLDINGS (to be sent to the relevant issuer and to the FCA in Microsoft Word format if possible) (i) 1a. Identity of the issuer or the Bluejay Mining PLC underlying issuer of existing shares to which voting rights are attached (ii) : -------------------------------------------- 1b. Please indicate if the issuer is a non-UK issuer (please mark with an "X" if appropriate) Non-UK issuer ---- 2. Reason for the notification (please mark the appropriate box or boxes with an "X") An acquisition or disposal of voting rights X ---- An acquisition or disposal of financial instruments ---- An event changing the breakdown of voting rights ---- Other (please specify) (iii) : ---- 3. Details of person subject to the notification obligation (iv) Name HSBC Holdings PLC City and country of registered office London, United Kingdom (if applicable) 4. Full name of shareholder(s) (if different from 3.) (v) Name HSBC Bank plc -------------------------------------------- City and country of registered office 8, Canada Square, London, E14 5HQ (if applicable) -------------------------------------------- 5. Date on which the threshold was 11/08/2021 crossed or reached (vi) : -------------------------------------------- 6. Date on which issuer notified (DD/MM/YYYY): 12/08/2021 -------------------------------------------- 7. Total positions of person(s) subject to the notification obligation % of voting % of voting rights Total of both Total number rights attached through financial in % (8.A + of voting rights to shares (total instruments 8.B) held in issuer of 8. A) (total of 8.B (8.A + 8.B) 1 + 8.B 2) (vii) ------------------ --------------------- -------------- -------------------- Resulting situation on the date on which threshold was crossed or reached 6.824 % 0.000 % 6.824 % 66,304,298 ------------------ --------------------- -------------- -------------------- Position of previous notification (if applicable) 7.728 % 0.000 % 7.728 % ------------------ --------------------- -------------- -------------------- 8. Notified details of the resulting situation on the date on which the threshold was crossed or reached (viii) A: Voting rights attached to shares Class/type of Number of voting rights % of voting rights shares (ix) ISIN code (if possible) Direct Indirect Direct Indirect (DTR5.1) (DTR5.2.1) (DTR5.1) (DTR5.2.1) ---------------------- GB00BFD3VF20 66,304,298 6.824 % --------------------- ---------------------- -------------------- ---------------- SUBTOTAL 8. 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gawain boilyer heid: I am new here; someone on the PANR website recommended a look.I have taken a small position in the shares today. This what the broker share price Angel said yesterday about Bluejay: Bluejay Mining* (JAY LN) 14.07p, Mkt cap £136m – Strong demand for titanium concentrates expected according to major buyers BUY – Valuation 37.7p Bluejay Mining are looking fortuitous in their timing for optimising and financing the Dundas ilmenite, titanium mineral sands project, in Greenland. After many years of depressed prices for titanium concentrate ‘Tio2’ feedstock strong demand has depleted stocks as global production is struggling to keep pace. The major TiO2 producers have just completed their second quarter results this week with all expecting strong demand through the third quarter. Domestic Chinese demand remains strong but rising freight, energy and ilmenite costs are making exports of pigments to Europe less attractive indicating that prices will rise further. Kronos Worldwide reported a 38% rise in net income to $25.7m yoy.due to the impact of higher TiO2 sales prices and volumes though partially offset by higher manufacturing and other production costs. Tronox saw a 67% yoy increase in adjusted EBITDA in Q2 to $237m on a 60% rise in sales to $927m. TiO2 volumes rose by 45% yoy in Q2 driven by double digit growth in all regions. Tronox average selling prices for TiO2 rose by 9% yoy or 6% on a local currency basis. Venator EBITDA rose by 16% yoy to $43m in Q2 driven by a 24% increase in sales to $567m. Average selling prices rose by 4% qoq while maintenance programs cut sales volumes of TiO2 by 3%. Venator expect ‘further price improvement to recover increased costs of raw material and energy.’ Chemours saw a massive 120% rise in Adj EBITDA driven by a 51% increase in sales to $1,655m. Chemours saw higher Ti-Pure pricing across all selling channels, higher Ti-Pure pigment volumes and APM volume growth across nearly all products and regions driving a $298m improvement in EBITDA. Conclusion: The stage is set for a further rise in ilmenite prices driven by strong expectations for demand and restocking through the third quarter. Strong demand for paint ahead of further lockdowns in China and elsewhere looks likely to keep the major TiO2 pigment producers busy for some time.
perfect choice: Well I always thought August was the quiet month for news and share action, JAY is certainly breaking that view! So 14.7M shares traded on USA OTC, clear majority being buys. The recent RNS has certainly woken up the huge Disko potential which JAY have said is their hidden gem in their portfolio. Plenty of new names here I see which is not surprising with the recent news clearly brining in investors. Well worth to check out the rest of the JAY portfolio, not least is Dundas their Ilmenite project which has gained all necessary approvals from the authorities so now ready to commence construction(only possible in summer seasons due to climate) in the spring of 2022 with production in 2024. Project finance is the current main activity (CEO mentioned it in a view interview today at Https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gkyl5y_K0k, 8.49 minutes into video) being addressed right now and only requiring something like $210M to construct. This being 100% owned by JAY via its 100% owned subsidiary is a primary target over the next 2 years to move to production while Disko is drilled and developed. But there are other projects in Greenland and archie222 made a very astute post earlier on the Thunderstone which is JAYs Gold, Zinc (+/- lead-copper-silver) and Nickel-copper-PGE potential prospect. I can certainly see the potential of using KoBold Metals technology as you indicates Archie. This prospect has just bene put on hold for now following the initial field work as JAY simply focusing on its other projects for now like Dundas and Disko. But this news could may well wake up this prospect earlier than had been planned as you indicate Archie. While Thunderstone is currently on the "back burner", there is one other 100% owned project which will also get going next year that being the Greenland Kangerluarsuk Zinc-Lead-Silver Project. JAY have recently stated they intend to start maiden drilling there next summer and its important to note a previous interview where JAY was asked if they were starting again which prospect would they first start with. The answer was this project and I am sure JAY feel they have a very viable and rich mine prospect here. Loads of detail on the JAY web site at Https://bluejaymining.com/projects/greenland/kangerluarsuk/ Those are just the Greenland prospects, Jays 4 main prospects are all now underway including one JC with Rio Tinto for one prospect (Enonkoski which is nickel-copper-cobalt based). These prospect are brown field extension prospect of former mining operations in Finland where they has a rather strange policy of only mining down to 600 metres, leaving viable resources below that untouched plus further potential to extend historical mining areas. Historical mining of these targets only ended fairly recently (1988 and 1994) with infrastructure and access still in place, meaning these can be rapid development prospects if viable resources are confirmed. We wait drilling results on 3 of these prospects now. Well worth a read of the JAY site at Https://bluejaymining.com/projects/finland-2/ and search JAYs RNS statements. So what this all means that as of next summer, JAY will have virtually every project in their portfolio progressing either directly or through partners, with only one (Thunderstone in Greenland) currently on hold due to obvious priorities (unless they bring in a partner?). So while this great news on Disko has woken up interest in JAY again, its multi-project portfolio is now getting underway on virtually all fronts. That is a remarkable situation to be in with an exploration and mine development "junior". The value of a share is never a straight line up for sure, but I do feel JAY is entering a steady news phase across it prospects and in Q4 2021 for example, I expect news on Dundas financing and the construction/mine plan will keep us busy, plus some of those drill results from Finland reaching go/no-go decisions, enjoy the ride now starting!
lovewinshatelosses: Well, that was an interesting RNS this morning! Not sure what to make of the news being in the papers before the proper market notification, but I assume it came too late to issue on Friday. On first glance, I think it represents a great deal for KoBold, but hopefully their expertise and their technology will mean it nonetheless turns out to be a good deal for us JAY holders too. A bit disappointing to see the share price flag as the day progressed and those huge sells printed, but hopefully we do not drift back down again in the coming days as we did the last time we hit 12p (and higher). I thought about slicing a few myself, but decided to wait and see how the next few days pan out instead. Also had I done so, no doubt this time the share price would indeed have reached 20p by Friday. As I did not, we will probably close the week sub 10p :) Positive and conclusive Dundas news will see Bo hit at least the first of his option targets quite quickly IMO, but I am hoping that today's new piece in the JAY jigsaw will provide better support at higher share price levels now. We shall see. GLA.
coxypete: Bluejay Mining* (JAY LN) 10.41p, Mkt cap £102m – Ilmenite prices set to rise higher on suspension of Sierra Rutile mineBUY - Valuation 37.7pConsumers of ilmenite may be about to find out what happens when the music stops in a market of musical chairs.Rio Tinto's Richards Bay mine is closed due to persistent threats and the murder of their general manager.The Sierra Rutile mine in Sierra Leone is due to halt production in November and stocks are thought to be at low levelsPigment producers are looking to restock inventory levels to avoid potential disruption to supplies despite higher shipping rates causing zircon, rutile and ilmenite prices to rise.Zircon has risen 14% to US$1,630/t since end March, Ruitle prices have risen 40% to US$1,753/t since last October.Reports indicate prices for ilmenite are trading around US$340-400/t as demand accelerated within recovering developed nations.Experts point to a longer term developing structural deficit requiring the development of new mines that are just not happening.Base Resources, Toliara project in Madagascar remains suspended on the ground as management negotiates with the government over Madagascar's Large Mining Investment Law.Chinese ilmenite imports rose 70% yoy to 395,948t in March highlighting the effect of GDP growth in China and the impact of stimulus programs on demand for pigments for paint.Chinese Titanium Oxide (Ilmenite) prices have ticked back to CNY2,300-2,350 ($360/t) from CNY2400-2450/t ($375/t) two wees ago.We currently assume a price of US$250/t for Bluejay ilmenite concentrate sales in our modelling with 70% of the concentrate shipped to Asia by bulk carrier.If we add $10/t to our assumed ilmenite price this adds a further $54m or 5p/s of value to the Dundas project in our modelling.We currently assume Bluejay sales at $250/t with 70% of the concentrate shipped to Asia by bulk carrier.Conclusion: Bluejay is well placed with the Dundas project permitted and ready for development. Management are busy optimising the engineering design of the mine and process plant and we believe are in discussions with major multilateral funds for the funding of the project.The agreed sale of Bluejay's black shale assets in Finland may be part of a strategy to separate the Greenland mining assets from the other exploration.*SP Angel act Nomad and broker to Bluejay. The analyst has previously visited the Enonkoski mine site in Finland. The analyst holds shares in Bluejay Mining.
kenmitch: graham10k I only look at ADVFN JAY threads occasionally, but can’t resist replying to your post as I agree 100%! How can anyone not understand that high commodity prices now are meaningless for a Company still years away from selling anything! The same posters still make the same mistake year after year with shares like EDEN and before that ENRT. They simply cannot grasp the obvious; that what matters are sales, revenues, cash flow and profits. They are very clued up about these Companies but very limited with their investment skills. Companies producing right now are the ones cashing in on the boom in commodity prices. e.g Ferrexpo (427p) is on a lowly PE ratio and likely to pay around 50p dividends this year. That’s a yield of over 11% and over 30% for any who bought around the 120p lows last year. And they have already paid a lot of dividends and specials. And there are so many other Mining shares producing now who have seen very big share price gains......while JAY has been going down! And the thing is, based on what JAY falsely promised, JAY too should have had DUNDAS at full production now. And JAY shareholders would be cashing in while the ilmenite price is high. The share could have been well north of 50p by now if only, if only, their promises of full production at Dundas by now had been remotely true! It’s not just posters. share price Angel trot out their 37p target price time and again and also have done so (and higher from memory) for years. When do they expect to see that 37p? It’s unlikely to happen until JAY at last get Dundas producing I still hold JAY, because news of a big name partner could come out of the blue, and that too would lift the share price. But isn’t it looking now as though JAY haven’t the necessary skills to develop Dundas (simple mine that it is) without the help of a big partner?
perfect choice: Well JAY have several sources to contribute to future copper supply. Disko is a nickel-copper-platinum-cobalt project and to quote the JAY web site "Two primary areas now being targeted with results from polished material returned values averaging between 4.6%-9.3% nickel & 1.5-2.8% copper". Also, but clearly at an early stage and effectively mothballed for now, the Thunderstone initial field results did show Cu-Au-Ag-Mo-Zn and Cu-Ni-Cr-Co +/- Pt, Pd anomalies so copper will be one of the outputs there as well if progressed further. To add to those, all 3 Finland projects/prospects are stated as including copper as well, so 5 of JAYs 7 prospects are capable of producing copper as one of its mineral outputs. On the subject of Finland, nothing came out of the AGM itself on Hammaslahti, but with only 2 investors in attendance and Dundas and Disko being the main areas where questions were raised, then it just wasn't addressed. That said Hammaslahti is mentioned on pages 6, 5 and 15 of the annual report issued for the AGM, so it does sound still an active project with page 5 stating "In November 2020, we commenced, as part of our initial validation process, a drilling programme at Hammaslahti. The drilling focused on increasing and validating the understanding of the near-mine geological settings and structures as well as targeting high-grade and high-tonnage targets that represent possible repetitions from the Hammaslahti copper mine." So while you think something would come out by now, it does all seem work in progress still and maybe, as a guess, it just part of a wider programme of field work and they are not going to announce anything until it's all done. Further exploration in Greenland though will not be this year. Such exploration was for Disko and Kangerluarsuk. Now for Disko, my personal view is that JAY are now considering drilling paid for by their partner(s), once brought in via earn-in or whatever is agreed. Back in 2019 and after the last fund raising JAY announced their own plans to do the maiden drilling at Disko to find the most promising targets, see Https://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/7014P_1-2019-10-13.pdf. Since then though, JAY has been able to complete the first geochemical survey for Disko as announced in the 04 February 2020 RNS. That gave SGH(TM) (Spatiotemporal Geochemical Hydrocarbon) probability ratings of target areas. Of the 8 more prospective zones within the licence areas, 4 received a rating of 4 to 5, 3 received a rating of at least 3 and 1 received a 2.5 rating, where a SGH(TM) rating of >=4.0 indicates that the results predict that the zone(s) recognised by the SGH(TM), with good confidence, could be derived from mineralisation and warrant follow-up work. So my take is JAY now has enough "evidence" to bring partners in and that is their focus right now, rather than incurring the drilling cost themselves as that "evidence". Ultimately Disko needs partners, as its just a too big a prospect for JAY alone. The other point here is that JAY are still talking to more than one partner, and that could mean that while Anglo American are the obvious potential partner, there may be others. In fact if you consider the geographic spread of the Disko exploration area I could potentially see the region hosting several mining operations; its not a case on one "big" mine as the potential, not just for Disko island, but also the Nuussuaq Peninsula off the mainland. All speculation of course but that is how I see Disko right now. Kangerluarsuk is a separate project but not that far away from Disko and this is the one JAY want to do directly themselves with initial targets identified for maiden drilling. So I am expecting this to be JAYs next "do it yourself" prospect after Dundas. RM likes this one for some reason and I recall a previous interview where he was asked if he was starting again in Greenland, which prospect he would start with first and it was this one. My take on this one is that whichever drilling contractors are brought in on Disko will also do the Kangerluarsuk drilling in the same season. So by doing both drilling programmes with the same contractor, it will keep JAYs costs to a minimum on its own direct drilling cost programme. But have to say it all sounds like this will be next year now for drilling. Not ideal yes, but with more focus on Dundas right now, I think it is just a case they cannot do anything at the same time, especially as they don't have the main partner on board yet at Disko; its just not cost effective to go it alone and drill themselves right now.
perfect choice: In line with others, I have really appreciated your input on this board bbb, your research has been excellent and found information I certainly would not have, so really grateful for your input and thank you for your contribution. Notice you say you shall continue to post observations (positive and negative) if you think they're relevant and will sit on the sidelines waiting. So as I am ultimately expecting, I do expect to see you back as an investor in the not too distant future. Agree March's chart looks poor but I've expressed my view of end year selling. This may not help those still in a paper loss situation I appreciate, but lets not forget JAY has actually come a long way over the past year. Thursday was the last day of trading this finance year with the early Easter break. That 8.9p bid price was in comparison to a 3.55p bid price exactly 1 year ago. Now admitedly that price a year ago had the impact of the stock market drop due to the pandemic, but that is a 150% growth from that low point, we've also secured the exploitation licence for Dundas (a major achievement in Greenland) and a MDA with a major partner for supply when production finally commences. So its actually been a decent year compared to where we were. Not saying everything is right though and time to bite the bullet on one negative in that I would say events this year with the delay of access to the Country, plus I suspect slower progress behind the scenes due to the election, will mean Dundas will not have a full year of production until 2024. Maybe a chance of some start up capacity in H2 2023 but only a chance. Other than that then its 2024 which is the date our new CEO Bo stated in the last press article I note. Lets not forget Disko as well, I believe we have our target partner but there is probably no urgency to sign an exploration and development JV until we know what can be done on the ground. There are drill ready targets to commence but until access to the country can be gained, simply nothing can happen. JAY can plan as I am sure they have, but they're just stuck until they can invoke those plans. We're probably going to hear something out of Finland with both the Rio earn-in JV and Jays own drilling activities, but all really early stages. Thunderstone is also mothballed for a few years after initial ground work proved it is a viable project to continue (see 22nd Sept 20 RNS). Not quite sure about Kangerluarsuk. May be it will be covered under the Disko drilling programme but at JAYs own cost (as a small volume of initial drill targets) or just held back for now. But as before irrelevant until JAY can get their drilling partners into Greenland. Other factor that needs to be considered on the news front is that I am certain the company is taking as more cautious approach to issuing news and will only say when they can be sure. So gone are the days of RM "easy forecasts" of what is next (which I'm happy with) and we will now seek news when it is firmed up. Agree we are close to announcing the financial plans for funding Dundas in full, but until the "last cog" is put in place, it will not be announced. Also with the mining and closure plans, where we will not know approval until the Company is sure of no slippages from the approving authorities. We're going to have to get used to getting news when it's secured going forward IMHO. So that is my take on how I see things are right now and appreciate individuals will make up their mind to stay with JAY or move on. If access to Greenland doesn't improve very soon, then 2021 may be another frustrating year for JAY and its holders for actual practical progress on the ground. JAY can plan and firm up areas like funding but invoking plans may be a challenge yet this year. I hope they can get some done at least in 2021 but we will just have to see. Ultimately I still have no doubt of JAYs significant share value potential, but its the old game of knowing which year that is! I'll be interested in how trading goes in the first few weeks of the new financial year, plus anybody else wanting another 150% gain for 2021-22?!
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