Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurasia Mining LSE:EUA London Ordinary Share GB0003230421 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.375p 0.35p 0.40p 0.375p 0.375p 0.375p 899,010 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.1 1.0 0.1 6.3 6.97

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26/4/2018
15:54
Are you sure Stu, if MT comes into production as envisaged 4p would not be enough IMHO?
lew stules
26/4/2018
13:40
Above 4p A seller will be .... us all ROFL
stuart143
25/4/2018
13:04
Above 0.4p A buyer will be ... me!
charles clore
25/4/2018
12:57
Good point. If eua can use spare processing capacity at nearby facilities then that dramatically improves efficiency and economy of scale. Why build our own facilities if we can enter a JV or merge with others? I guess it depends on available spare capacity, and of course the willingness of all parties. From the outside looking in it seems like an obvious solution, but there's always someone wanting a bigger slice of cake than everyone else so I won't be banking on this until it actually happens.
excellance
25/4/2018
10:36
IMO if Norilsk could buy-out Monchetundra they would. The question is would EUA part with it. However, it is not necessary for a full buy-out. There could be a JV agreement or an off-take agreement, where Norilsk can source some of Monchetundra's ores as a feed-in for their plant (located 10 miles away). What I found interesting in Dshox's post on LSE was his pointing out Monchetundra's low sulfide ore content, and Norilsk's recent emphasis on getting cleaner operations at their sites due to environmental pressures. ALSO, there was a discussion here sometime back about the length of time before a plant was built and Monchetundra was in production. IF EUA can do a deal to process the ore from Monchetundra at the Norilsk plant they could start to monetize the asset very quickly. They could do a phased approach whereby they could go ahead with the building of their plant with SinoSteel whilst using Norilsk's plant to start their own processing. Monchetundra has certainly got a large enough resource to accommodate this, with further exploration potential to increase their resource.
red rook
25/4/2018
08:44
Indeed Milste time will tell and it's one of many scenarios with Sinosteel imo being the other as you say interesting and exciting times
stuart143
25/4/2018
08:30
PennStreet - No clues Just thought it was an interesting article. (-: stuart143 - time will tell regarding Norilsk, personally I do not see them buying us out, I agree with others that Monchetundra is certainly attractive. Interesting and exciting times...
milste1
25/4/2018
08:16
...Ct, I think "LEGO" was the magic word, as I personally would fancy Lego's model of a trommel ;-)
billyrayvalentine
25/4/2018
07:37
Can someone post the trammel link please ?
pennstreet
25/4/2018
01:17
and the Lego trommel link puts downwards mark on this share.
ekuuleus
25/4/2018
00:03
It all adds to the mix Penn There may not be many posters on here but the Youtube LEGO trommel has taken a lot of hits over the past few days, so I presume that there are plenty monitoring our ramblings .. I mean; It's a good watch but not the kind of thing people would stumble across? Rock and Roll?
cudgietoo
24/4/2018
20:00
ok milste1 - you're going to have to give me a clue regarding the connection to EUA ?
pennstreet
24/4/2018
16:24
hTTp://www.rosgeo.com/en/content/rosgeo-has-held-conference-prospects-development-mineral-resources-base-north-west-russia
milste1
24/4/2018
10:07
I said this a while back re Norlisk as they are Russian they would have no obstacles to buying us out just for what price. Continued comparisons being mad by EUA lead me to believe that DS certainly won.t let it go for wallies. Should Norlisk be interested I would imagine that the Russian ministries are already aware.
stuart143
24/4/2018
00:32
Good points made by Dshox on LSE. Highlighting again how attractive Monchetundra is as a takeover target by the much larger miners. Especially Nornickel, a Russian nickel and palladium mining and smelting company with large operations in the Kola Peninsula. Especially taking into account Monchetundra's very high grade and low sulphide deposits, which would be great fit for Nornickel's refinery in the area. The fact that EUA has already got in place an EPC contract with financing agreed with Sinosteel, and have West Kytlim to provide cashflow for the company, means that it will not be a low-ball take-over target by the big operators. Going with the comparision given in the recent company presentation regarding Kevitsa, bought for USD 712m by Sweden's Boliden in 2016, Monchetundra can certainly be classed as a company maker. Although it could be argued that Kevitsa was in production at the time it was bought out, the price of palladium and platinium (and commodities in general) were far weaker than it is now.
red rook
23/4/2018
00:22
Oopse . So good I said it twice! Sorry
cudgietoo
23/4/2018
00:20
on the "fortnightly basis" point, I reckon the new contractor are going to absolutely nail this mining season at WK: There's a schematic diagram on the website with an indicative throughput of 4000 cubic m per day .. whereas the latest Twitter pic of the trommel commissioning states 2000 per day. It don't take Sherlock to work out that there could well be TWO in operation in tandem in pretty quick succession .. providing volume for a fortnightly delivery Looks like a much lower maintenance recovery method too .. and from the latest pics all the oversized material is spat straight back into the pre-stripped area for the land rehabilitaion stage. These guys look to be right on the ball As long as this brings in short term cash-flow whilst the "BIG" one is sorted out, then it should be more than interesting for the foreseeable future .. it might even get exciting
cudgietoo
23/4/2018
00:20
on the "fortnightly basis" point, I reckon the new contractor are going to absolutely nail this mining season at WK: There's a schematic diagram on the website with an indicative throughput of 4000 cubic m per day .. whereas the latest Twitter pic of the trommel commissioning states 2000 per day. It don't take Sherlock to work out that there could well be TWO in operation in tandem in pretty quick succession .. providing volume for a fortnightly delivery Looks like a much lower maintenance recovery method too .. and from the latest pics all the oversized material is spat straight back into the pre-stripped area for the land rehabilitaion stage. These guys look to be right on the ball As long as this brings in short term cash-flow whilst the "BIG" one is sorted out, then it should be more than interesting for the foreseeable future .. it might even get exciting
cudgietoo
22/4/2018
20:12
PennStreet - you ask to many questions - Relax ((-;
milste1
22/4/2018
19:05
With the likes of Glencore in the frame there has to be mileage here surely?
pennstreet
22/4/2018
10:12
Meant to say reference again to the other mines and values thereof gives me an indication that the company aren't looking to sell on the cheap and also that material from WK being delivered to refinery on a fortnightly basis could be an interesting 5 months for a change'
stuart143
22/4/2018
10:07
Most interesting for me are EPCF (EPC+Finance) in place with Sinosteel. Mine operator negotiations in progress. Draft off- takes from Glencore and Sinosteel. So confirmation again that the draft off takes are in place and License now anticipated in summer 2018. So a fly in the room at the Russian Ministry maybe. Proposed mine schedule had a revamp and STP still seems to be a goer with potential Bankex input. Should the licence land as anticipated then an appreciation of price should be seen now if only we can sort out/get rid of the loan sharks it could get better.
stuart143
20/4/2018
15:31
The presentation has been posted on the EUA website. Looks good and progress well under way. hxxps://www.eurasiamining.co.uk/investors/presentations Contract mining at West Kytlim to provide cashflow for the company Monchetundra remains the ‘Company Maker’. 2million ounces in state approved reserves + resources Discovery Certificate granted - Mining license application progressing faster than anticipated, pre-approval from Rosnedra in February 2018. License now anticipated in summer 2018. EPC contract with financing agreed with Sinosteel.
red rook
20/4/2018
02:36
Palladium up 17% in 9 days on Russia supply concerns.
excellance
20/4/2018
02:33
Here's the LEGO version ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KV0EsERfRak
cudgietoo
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