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Greenroc Mining Plc LSE:GROC London Ordinary Share GB00BLD3C518 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.75 5.50 6.00 5.75 5.75 5.75 13,692 07:30:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -1.1 - 6

Greenroc Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/6/2022
07:47
What he doesn't say is that the EIA requires a minimum of 2 years baseline studies - so no chance of a licence application next year...As I have said for months 5-10 years to production if they ever get there....
luffness
27/6/2022
20:12
Thule sands significant resource upgrade expected imminently 1-2 months. Amitsoq EIS/SIA commencement winter 2022.
oapknob1
27/6/2022
15:41
Presentation uploaded today: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsoTd_3C_qo
sicilian_kan
24/6/2022
20:57
But just a couple of years to wait for the EIA and SIA.....
luffness
24/6/2022
20:56
The permafrost situation is not the same - Alba as was then had to stop at 1m. JAY stopped because of the length of the drills
luffness
24/6/2022
18:26
luffness, the claim was not about permafrost. Your claim was that (paraphrased): - JAY walked away from the GROC licence because of issues to do with permafrost and walruses / narwhal populations; and - that these issues were not issues that JAY have [in their license next door]. Have a look at this document from the JAY environmental report (that led to environmental approvals for them next door at Dundas): hTTps://dundas.gl/files/eia/eia15.pdf At page 4, "The Project is located in a region of permafrost which extends well below the current base of the proposed pits" At page 5, "Shallow groundwater flow occurs in the active layer during summer months...The depth of the active layer varies spatially and temporarily...with an average of 1.1m" At page 9, "The upper most layer of ground that seasonally thaws above the permafrost is called the active layer". Conclusion: The level of permafrost at JAY's Dundas (who got their environmental permits) is identical to the level of permafrost at GROC next door. Yet for some reason, you seem to assert, unevidenced, that the permafrost situation is different at GROC is different to JAY and that JAY walked away for that reason. You provide no evidence of these assertions which on the face of it look factually wrong. So, I ask you again, what evidence do you have in support of any of your claims?
sicilian_kan
24/6/2022
17:58
2018 mineral resource was limited to 1m depth because of permafrost just look at the rns's from then....
luffness
24/6/2022
11:26
You've provided no evidence, just an assertion. Show me anything that backs up your claims. E.g. a link or an article proving what you have said.
sicilian_kan
21/6/2022
16:58
Eg permafrost and walrus or is it narwhal poulations
luffness
21/6/2022
13:39
Re your first paragraph - where is your evidence of this, do you have any?
sicilian_kan
21/6/2022
09:59
CoCM you are right Thule has enviromental and geographic issues which JAY just dont have - which is why JAY walked away from the Thule licence. You are also correct on timescales - GROC are probably 5-10 years away from any production - assuming they ever get there Lots of fund raising before then and very likely many opportunities to get in lower if you really want to...
luffness
16/6/2022
09:58
TCMC, Blujay's Dundas Project, which is next door to Greenroc's Thule Black Sands, has been granted all political permits necessary. These include the Exploitation Licence, Environmental & Social Impact Assessment, Exploitation & Closure Plan, an Impact Benefit Agreement approved by the Government of Greenland and the municipality of North-West Greenland, Avannaata Kommunia. All granted.
sicilian_kan
15/6/2022
14:38
How likely and realistic is it that they will be allowed to mine the black sands? Seems like it could be a difficult one to get approval for and that this project may take longer than people expect. Just looking at the pictures and location it would seem that there maybe obstacles for this mine. The Graphite mine seems much more viable. Europe needs all of these mines, but they don't want them in their backyards. Better they export the so called pollution and eyesores to Africa. Europe really needs to wake up. It's one thing which puts me off some of the European explorers, because you just know that even if the grades are their that some of these companies will never get a mine going.
the count of monte_cristo
15/6/2022
12:31
There has not been enough volume to acquire over 1 million shares. Hopefully someone has sold the remainder of their holding. A holding of over 5% does take some of the liquidity out of the market though.
bobdown2
14/6/2022
15:03
"But my key takeaway from this year is that Greenroc has not yet broken a single one of its targets for this year " Well not surprising as all targets were given as 0-12 months or 12-24 months....
luffness
14/6/2022
13:31
As stated above....."Just my thoughts...." A fund raise is a given. They will need more funds soon as they start to run low. Any news that comes out on a positive side, any company would hope that would increase the share price, especially if they know they are going to need more funds soon. I will say again....Just my thoughts.
jwoolley
14/6/2022
12:52
Exploration target upgrades are not issued to increase the share price for the fund raise due later this year. They are issued because the likely resource has grown in size due to the successful drill campaigns and other work, which is reportable to the market. We are also likely to get the Black Sands drill results upgrade very, very soon. Yes there will be a fundraise later this year - the 2023 campaigns need to be funded. But my key takeaway from this year is that Greenroc has not yet broken a single one of its targets for this year and there have been some positive surprises along the way too. I have more faith in the company now than when I first invested at the time of the the IPO last year and I have been increasing my holding at these low levels. At some point, the market will get this company and it will come good. It is dealing in an excellent resource, in two critical global needs. Right place, right time and as I say, a company that generally does what it says it will do. All very promising and I would be staggered if we were anywhere near current prices in 12 months time.
sicilian_kan
14/6/2022
12:50
They are looking to prove the asset and possible joint venture. A fund raise is not a given yet.
bobdown2
14/6/2022
12:25
Any news coming out now I feel is to increase the share price for the probable fund raise around September time. Just my thoughts and still happy to sit on the fence whilst waiting for this to happen.
jwoolley
14/6/2022
11:15
The lack of posts here show the lack of interest. Mostly brought about by the continuous unloading of the ipo shares at what looks to be at losses. How ever the recent rns statements as highlighted in the above post shows the potential here. There are not many shares issued and the share price will rise quickly once the ipo has gone. The rising share price should then push alba up.
bobdown2
13/5/2022
09:14
The Exploration Target[1] has increased from a tonnage range of 1.7 Mt-4.5 Mt at a grade range of 24-36% Graphitic Carbon ('Cg') (as announced by Alba Mineral Resources plc on 7 May 2021) to a tonnage range of 5-15 Mt at a grade range of 18-22% Cg. The long and short of it is that they have more than doubled the target graphite in the ground at world leading grades. At the lowest end they have gone from 0.408MT to 0.9MT, 2.2x the last Exploration target. You see this by taking 1.7MT x 24% [0.408] and comparing it to the new lowest target of 5MT x 18% [0.9]
sicilian_kan
10/5/2022
05:21
The share was issued at 11p to buy, Kirk has left due to disagreement, since issue it's lost almost half it value, it badly undersold meaning in lacks the initial cash it wanted and after wages barely half of that. Recently it's fallen more and the share chat shows two things - There's barely any Investors. This has failed badly!
ryanrhys
09/5/2022
07:51
No one is here or reads what you say. The company barely had a handful of investors and the broker threatening to pull the plug. Yep more news is destined to come if they can't sort this mess out.
ryanrhys
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