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Cora Gold Limited LSE:CORA London Ordinary Share VGG2423W1077 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.00 7.80 8.20 8.00 8.00 8.00 2,332 08:00:00
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Mining 0.0 -1.1 -1.1 - 20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/3/2018
06:58
Interview with Dr Forster on Vox yesterday . The Hum gold plant can be seen from Tekeldogou: and he is hopeful of more discoveries very close to Tek. Also HUM will be exploring this year , using 15% of cash flow iirc.The 2kg assays will provide greater confidence of resources at Sana. But no mention of trucking to Hum plant. Personally I don't think they will. I think they believe they are sitting on multi million ounce resource
croasdalelfc
22/3/2018
17:38
if only hum was listed on tsx we would be able to see a technical report....
ukgeorge
22/3/2018
15:20
I think we had this discussion on the HUM board some time ago, possibly even involving chipperfrd at the time... I'm sure there is something in one of the HUM technical studies or the BFS about it...
bishan bedi
22/3/2018
15:01
I think this is quite a different process to what POG do with the roaster and refractory ore. I guess it would be crush/milled then maybe put through cyclones/thickner and then trucked to site.
ukgeorge
22/3/2018
14:38
No, cheaper and more efficient to crush at the mine site and then just concentrate in order to make the transport more affordable. The bulk of the processing is then done at the main process plant, which is the higher OPEX and CAPEX infrastructure. I think POG may well have used a similar method in order to utilise it's high OPEX kilns for processing refractory sulphide ores from some of it's satellites. Not a fan of POG so it is many years since I last looked at that stock. Chip
chipperfrd
22/3/2018
14:28
Hi Chip, thanks. I know the story but haven't seen it done elsewhere. Surely all the ore has to be trucked to site to be crushed/milled and then passed through cil tanks. Would it be at the pre leach stage that it gets transported? Should probably ask Hum.
ukgeorge
22/3/2018
14:21
UKGeorge, It's a perfectly logical way of utilising a central processing hub by trucking concentrated pay-dirt in from satellite mines. Hummingbird had already attempted to cut a deal to truck in gold concentrate from the Kobada project. However, that JV foundered late last year. But HUM already has a significant holding in Cora so it would appear highly probable that, if the economics stack up then, such a system might be put into operation from Cora resources that are close to Yanfolila. Clearly it vastly reduces the pre-production CAPEX required to exploit the new resources and also speeds up the whole mine development process. Still early days but decidedly an option for additional feed(s) to the Yanfolila plant. Chip
chipperfrd
22/3/2018
09:43
"crushed and concentrated on site and then trucked" Is this used anywhere else. I've never heard of it being done before. Have you seen any articles on it taking place?
ukgeorge
22/3/2018
07:57
Always nice to hear about lots of visible gold in the core samples with big globs of it so the assay has to be done in a way to reduce the noise from a small sample . With deep oxide this is going to be an easy and cheap heap leach and if the grades are high then it can be crushed and concentrated on site and then trucked to yanfolila ...
catsick
16/3/2018
13:20
Risk/reward advantageous at this price. Continuing involvement/stature of IPO backers reassures. Slightly woollier perhaps, but given CEO's background, and nearness to retirement, his body language, I feel, exudes the confidence of a man pretty sure of what he has got here.
bo doodak
16/3/2018
08:45
Adding a few here at 11.7 its cheap given the relationship with Hum, the fact they are drilling where there have historically been loads of artisanal mines means there is zero risk of not finding gold and as its at the surface and can be trucked direct to the hum plant there should be none of the usual massive dilution in getting to production.
catsick
14/3/2018
07:22
"Due to the close proximity of these targets to our ~34% shareholder Hummingbird’s producing Yanfolila mine, in the event of a significant discovery there is potential for early cash-flow by utilising the Yanfolila treatment plant. I look forward to providing assay results from Tekeledougou as they become available as we look to unlock the potential of this exciting project."
rickyhatton
16/2/2018
14:03
I just took the plunge as well.
luckyvince
16/2/2018
13:44
Just put an order in for 20k roll on hummingbird buying them in 6 months or so......
ukgeorge
15/2/2018
14:47
Cora Gold to present at Proactive One2One Mining Forum on 22nd February. For details and registration, click here: https://tinyurl.com/y92fb7bg
aim_trader
15/2/2018
09:58
Tempted to take a small first-entry position here.BTW I note that Cora management are taking the stage at ProActive investors next Thursday the 22nd at 6pm.
tightfist
14/2/2018
21:46
Probably in a joint agreement similar to the AGG deal that went sour. In any scenario it can only be good for both parties - the relationship and trust is on a whole new level to AGG
darola
14/2/2018
19:43
The two new targets much nearer to Hums mine are being drilled in this quarter. That's potential for some early cash flow from trucking ore to hums mine. Maybe to then apply that cash to getting a DFS done on the much larger target already reported on. We don't know what might be agreed between Hum and Cora. Clearly they are on good terms and must have some informal understandings. At some point Hum and Cora (the incubator) will have to formally clarify the terms of their relationship.
rickyhatton
11/2/2018
12:38
I bet you don't get back in at or below your previous average, Croas.
divmad
09/2/2018
12:15
When will stage 2 of the drilling be completed..
neo26
04/2/2018
17:05
It rose in anticipation of news and then sold on news. I bought and sold and made a few bob.With no new news expected for a while it could drift to 12p sell 13 bid , at which point I will buy again.
croasdalelfc
02/2/2018
18:34
No. It was in anticipation of good results. I'd argue they were better than good. Dropping 30% on £150k's worth of trades over 5 days is a bit fishy if you ask me. MMs trying to make a market when interest is limited. Not enough volume to trade it, and most 'investors' are in for the longer run and more positive results. One for the bottom draw for me, come back in a couple of years when it's a £1! Dare to dream!
darola
02/2/2018
14:05
was the 50% rise in the share price madness as well.....
ukgeorge
02/2/2018
14:01
This is madness! A 30% drop since the drilling results were announced. More results to flow in over the coming weeks. They have the Yanfolia plant to feed the ore in to so as far as I am aware there will be minimal financing to go through once they have completed they feasibility studies..
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