Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Geiger Counter LSE:GCL London Ordinary Share GB00B15FW330 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 19.125p 18.75p 19.50p 19.125p 19.125p 19.125p 41,356 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 14.46

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31/8/2017
06:40
And now, an exciting new interview with Ross McElroy, CEO of Fission Uranium on the results of his summer drilling programme: HTtp://resourcestockdigest.com/archives/index.php?content_id=5725
shavian
30/8/2017
23:23
Next up, an enticing PEA published by NexGen on 31 July: Http://www.nexgenenergy.ca/news/index.php?content_id=304
shavian
30/8/2017
09:19
5% of GCL was invested in BKY as at 30.09.16
tightfist
30/8/2017
08:32
RNS Number : 2636P Berkeley Energia Limited 30 August 2017 Berkeley Energia signs US$120m sovereign wealth fund strategic investment to bring Salamanca into production Berkeley Energia ("Company") is pleased to announce that it has entered into an investment agreement with the sovereign wealth fund of the Sultanate of Oman agreeing to invest up to US$120m to fully fund the Salamanca mine into production. The investment will position the fund as a long term strategic investor in the Company as well as a potential offtake partner, and is structured as: · an interest-free and unsecured convertible loan of US$65m which can be converted into ordinary shares at 50p per share resulting in the fund owning approximately 28% of the Company; and, · three tranches of options convertible at a weighted average price of 85p per share contributing a further US$55m towards the later phases of the Company's development of the Salamanca mine resulting in the fund holding a further 9% of the Company. The investment is binding on the parties and is subject to approval by the Company's shareholders. The fund will have the right to appoint a non-executive director to the Board and has the right to match future uranium off-take transactions on similar commercial terms subject to certain limitations on volume. A summary of the key commercial terms of the investment by the State General Reserve Fund ("SGRF") is included below. Managing Director, Paul Atherley, commented: " "We are delighted to welcome Oman's sovereign wealth fund as a long-term strategic investor in the Company and look forward to working closely with them to realise the full potential of the exciting Salamanca project. The Salamanca mine is one of the only major uranium mines in development in the world today at a time when spot uranium prices are at a decade low. The project benefits from a rare combination of low up front capital cost and very low operating costs and due in part to its location in the heart of the European Union we are able to contract supply at prices well above the current spot price. The fund's interest in matching our future off-take contracts will further enhance our revenue stream." Mr Tim Keating, Private Equity Manager for Mining and Resources, State General Reserve Fund commented: "The Salamanca mine matches our investment criteria of being a long life, low cost mine development opportunity with outstanding economic fundamentals. We are excited to partner with the Berkeley Energia team to unlock the full potential of the Salamanca project." Canaccord Genuity London acted as corporate finance advisor to the transaction.
masurenguy
30/8/2017
08:11
GCL owns a largish chunk of BKY in its holdings.
dogberry202000
30/8/2017
08:08
Exceptional news at Berkeley Energia this morning. QP
quepassa
09/8/2017
13:16
Just enjoyed reading the ribbing I was given in late July, despite the fact the people who gave it seem to possess limited reading ability. I benefited from the Uranium rally of late July - mainly because I'd sold over-priced GCL shares to those prepared to over-pay for them and directly bought the miners who hadn't moved on the Questor tip (for those angered by this, re-read my earlier posts and take some time to digest them). Incidentally, it looks like the Questor buyers are now starting to become bored and sell out. Fortunately, holders of Cameco, NexGen Energy and Fission Uranium Corp didn't overpay for an investment trust and are not in such a rush to exit. The first GCL buy point for me will be support at 19.52 on the following chart: htTp://www.stockopedia.com/charts/shared/896f9cbd6abc81a5a5abb7fd7466d69d226f7ba51502280779/ There's also a not unreasonable probability that the gap between 18.60 and 19.19 is filled. Currently breaking lower from a 5 week H&S top anyway. Hope those who emotively vote me down enjoy the correction. :)
jimbo55
06/8/2017
19:32
So far 5 nuclear reactors in Japan have been re-started. 10 more have met latest safety standards and are being prepared for restart. The IEEJ give a low forecast of 10 and a high forecast of 17 units restarted by end 2018. Fukushima primarily caused the slump in uranium prices. One can but speculate that the restart of so many reactors in Japan combined with multiple new reactors coming on stream in many other countries within the next few years will significantly stimulate demand for uranium. hXXp://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NP-Japan-to-benefit-from-reactor-restarts-says-IEEJ-0308174.html ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/8/2017
10:04
Spot Uranium Prices See First Big Movement in Months By Leia Toovey -August 2, 2017 - 16:40 UTC Full article here. Good news. hXXp://www.economiccalendar.com/2017/08/02/spot-uranium-prices-see-first-big-movement-in-months ALL IMO> DYOR. QP
quepassa
31/7/2017
14:19
This is not a Bitcoin thread. Please go away
shavian
30/7/2017
14:53
thanks dog, does seem to be a lot of focus on a supply side deficit over the next couple of years
briggs1209
30/7/2017
11:18
htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDIpBOV2Mm8
dogberry202000
28/7/2017
08:27
"Nuclear construction reaches 25-year high" -World Nuclear News 28/6/17
quepassa
28/7/2017
08:17
I know a few people involved with the industry, and the clear view is that we are close to the point where it does not make sense to embark on projects to build nuclear reactors. By the time they are producing there is a good chance, not a certainty, but a good chance, they will be obsolete. But that doesn't necessarily impact GCL for 5-10 years. Longer term, however, there is a risk that there is no market for uranium.
mad foetus
28/7/2017
08:06
??? Post 432 "Nuclear construction reaches 25-year high" -World Nuclear News 28/6/17 hXXp://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NN-Nuclear-construction-reaches-25-year-high-2806171.html ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
28/7/2017
07:59
I still hold some GCL but in my view nuclear has a very limited future. Battery storage is on an s curve of development and within a short time will be able to store large quantities of electricity, which will erode base load concerns. The future is and will be renewables and small scale local production, not nuclear imo
mad foetus
28/7/2017
05:57
Australia has a substantial share - about 29% - of the world's uranium, Kazakhstan 13%, Russia and Canada 9% each. Known Recoverable Resources (in tonnes) of Uranium and the percentage of world reserves in 2015 was as follows. Australia: 1,664,100: 29% Kazakhstan: 745,300: 13% Canada: 509,000: 9% Russia: 507,800: 9% South Africa: 322,400: 6% Niger: 291,500: 5% Brazil: 276,800: 5% China: 272,500: 5% Namibia: 267,000: 5% Mongolia: 141,500: 2% Uzbekistan: 130,100: 2% Ukraine: 115,800: 2% Botswana : 73,500: 1% USA: 62,900: 1% Tanzania: 58,100: 1% Jordan: 47,700: 1% Other: 232,400: 4% World total: 5,718,400: 100% Source: World Nuclear Association The U.S.A. has 104 reactors which consume 55m pounds of uranium per annum. This constitutes 25% of global supply. However, the U.S. produces less than 5% of the global supply and imports over 90% of the uranium it uses. The US obtains 19% of its annual Uranium supply from Russia and 17% from Kazakhstan. It obtains circa 45% from Australia, Canada, South Africa and Namibia and 10% from its own production. Any Russian retaliation to sanctions could therefore cut US supply by around a 5th although they could probably make half of this up from other sources. The world supply of Uranium could be significantly increased by developing new mines but this would substantially increase the price in due course since the extraction costs would be much higher from these new mines.
masurenguy
27/7/2017
23:08
From tonight's Guardian: "Putin: Russia will retaliate if 'insolent' US lawmakers pass sanctions bill" “It’s impossible to endlessly tolerate this kind of insolence towards our country,” Putin said, referring to the sanctions. “This practice is unacceptable – it destroys international relations and international law.” Putin was vague on exactly how Russia might respond. The newspaper Kommersant quoted two unnamed sources saying a range of potential responses was under consideration in Moscow, including expelling US diplomats, seizing diplomatic properties, increasing restrictions on US companies working in Russia and halting enriched uranium shipments to US power plants." It's quite incredible but Russia has the ability to turn the lights out in much of the USA. The US imports most of its enriched uranium from Russia and its ally (Khazakstan) and there is little or no prospect of getting adaquate supplies from Canada or Australia as those countries have a large portion of their enriched urnanium under contract to China and India. Supply cannot suddenly be switched on. Japan is, of course, slowly increasing demand but probably has excess supplies right now. It's an intriging situation and the chess game has several moves to play. It is precisely these kinds of situations that make uranium highly volatile as they have in the past.
dogberry202000
27/7/2017
17:36
The UK going all-electric by 2040 for cars is telling you something. Renewables, renewables, renewables. QP
quepassa
27/7/2017
17:07
All grist to the mill. I added another 10k today. Climate change means nuclear is a no brainer. We can't meet the 2 degrees reduction target without it.
dogberry202000
27/7/2017
15:55
More reactor news hTTp://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NN-Three-Chinese-reactors-approach-commissioning-2407174.html Dyor etc. Etc...
energiser01
26/7/2017
06:51
Discount to NAV opening up a bit again, with Canadians pushing NAV up past 23p yesterday. Here's one reason, in a great interview with FCU's Ross McIlroy: Http://resourcestockdigest.com/archives/index.php?content_id=5587 Also we should get good newsflow from several miners at the Sprott conference in Vancouver this week
shavian
20/7/2017
15:33
I think kpo's post was being ironic! He was making fun of Jimbo's silly behaviour.
solonic
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