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Jubilee Metals LSE:JLP London Ordinary Share GB0031852162 ORD 1P
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  -0.025p -1.09% 2.275p 2.20p 2.35p 2.30p 2.20p 2.30p 562,627 10:47:09
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Mining 9.8 -20.4 -1.1 - 25.44

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20/10/2018
22:21
Glencore currently using Sable facility for experimental leaching process. Http://www.albionprocess.com/en/downloads/LatestNews/Hydroprocess%20Glencore%20Technology%202018%20-%20Preso.pdf BACKGROUND Glencore has an operating plant, Sable Zinc, in Zambia that was being un-utilised due to the lack of excess oxide copper/cobalt ores available in the region and wanted to prove up the concept of sulphide copper leaching at a commercial scale using the Albion ProcessTM. A very cheap retrofit was undertaken on the existing oxide leach circuit and then fed a predominantly chalcopyrite/bornite concentrate (28- 30% Cu). After a very short commissioning stage of around ~6 weeks, it achieved recoveries in excesses of 99% out of the leach vessels. As a greenfield project or an existing plant retrofit at a larger scale, the plant would have purpose designed tanks similar to the images shown on slide 3, or the feed rate would match the tanks existing capacity. Sable Zinc utilised the existing equipment that was not necessarily fit for purpose or matched the capacity requirements. This proves that even with this site’s equipment, the Albion ProcessTM still managed to achieve
gsg
20/10/2018
14:45
Sounds good, have a good-un Bullster
plat hunter
20/10/2018
14:27
Spot on imo Bullster. Have a good weekend.
lostabillion
20/10/2018
14:23
. . In my mind, this is the plan: JLP lease the Sable zinc facility so that they don't need to build it at jlp/kabwe thus speeding up getting into zinc production. JLP put in the footings of a zinc and lead facility but only building the lead circuit fully. JLP extract zinc at Sable then send the expended precipitate over to jlp/kabwe for lead extraction and vanadium. JLP build a zinc circuit on the footings at jlp/kabwe at their leisure. JLP lease the Sable zinc facility until the jlp/kabwe zinc facility is finished JLP now have flexibility and depending if Star Zinc ore or other acquired tailings come into play,#1/ option to extend the lease for extra capacity, #2/ expand jlp/kabwe after it's built. That's me done, will look in on Monday, hagwe. .
bullster
20/10/2018
13:53
It makes perfect sense too Bullster.. Having our own plant at Kabwe, means we're not so vulnerable to Glencore turning the screws, which is what would have been behind BMRs decision to build the plant at Kabwe in the first instance, i would have thought. If for whatever reason we lost access to the zinc plant, the circuit could at least be added to the lead plant on Kabwe, albeit to some disruption to operations but at least not all the eggs would be in one basket.
plat hunter
20/10/2018
13:36
. . From my previous post (about directorstalk audio) below and reviewing the old BMR lease details, Leon's words are making more sense.....i think. TO ME, it sounds like Leon is saying that the zinc circuit will be at Sable using existing plant thus speeding things up whilst a the lead circuit gets built at jlp/Kabwe Bullster 19 Oct '18 - 14:50 - 4927 of 4974 #1/Making sense of Leons comments regarding the zinc and lead circuit build proves challenging. "We concluded that we could possibly convert this zinc refinery to suit our process, this holds of course great potential for our project because it shortens the construction time for this project. We of course would still construct the lead refining component of our project, but it would be able to accelerate the implementation of our zinc refining component quite rapidly". . .
bullster
20/10/2018
13:16
Arrghh... D'oh! The fatal decision made back in 2015
plat hunter
20/10/2018
13:08
... . 16 October 2015 | 14:34pm StockMarketWire.com - BMR Mining will not be proceeding with leasing of land and equipment from Sable Zinc Kabwe deciding to construct the operational plant on the company's own land. The company says that following a review of operations the directors had determined that the location of the initial pilot plant should be secured for the medium term and under the company's direct control and have decided to construct the operational plant on the company's own land. . .
bullster
20/10/2018
12:50
So what fell through for BMR then? If that was signed and announced in 2015, it was post Glencore's decision to pull the plug on Sable's activities. Should it not have been all engines go at that point from BMR's perspective?
plat hunter
20/10/2018
11:04
. . kryptonsnake, Thanks for the information,I have found an article that confirms a BMR and Sable Zinc connection, which you mentioned. It does look like Sable have spare facilities on their land so i am now of the opinion, and because a contact is already established, the Sable tie-up is most likely. Article below with link: BMR Mining signs lease agreement with Glencore’s Sable Zinc Kabwe BY ZWELI SIKHAKHANE ON OCTOBER 5, 2015 BMR Mining has signed a lease agreement with Glencore’s subsidiary Sable Zinc Kabwe for land and certain key equipment at the company’s Kabwe tailings treatment project in Zambia. With an initial term of one year, the agreement will see BMR sign a $1,000 per month lease for the land and equipment it needs for its proposed pilot plant. The agreement also provides lease of a concrete apron, which it proposes related equipment such as a 300m³ partially rubber lined reservoir, three 90m³ rubber lined leach tanks, a 60m³ rubber lined clarifier and rake mechanism, as well as a filter press. Under the agreement, BMR will also use Sable Zinc’s sulphuric acid storage facilities, office and additional storage space. “This is a particularly valuable agreement for BMR as it provides us with access to prime space for our pilot plant and access to good quality equipment, which we would otherwise have had to purchase, and most likely transport to Kabwe,” says Alex Borrelli, BMR Mining Chairman. hTTps://www.biznisafrica.com/bmr-mining-signs-lease-agreement-with-glencores-sable-zinc-kabwe/ . .
bullster
20/10/2018
10:13
Actually, I've grown quite fond of Lypton Iced Tea over the last couple of days.. He is knowledgeable of Kabwe and quite witty to boot. Deme1 offers nothing apart from being another Jonathon1
plat hunter
20/10/2018
09:58
feel free to filter me but you will miss out on updates of what Plat Hunter gets up to in his personal life, and my superior knowledge of the Kabwe mine
kryptonsnake
19/10/2018
23:14
The fine chrome at DCM should be worth about £7.5m, I think... 300,000 tonnes of fine chrome to produce. Historic project earnings £7.5 m and they produced 147,973 tonnes of chromite. So assuming the same costs etc. 300,000 tonnes would give £15m, of which we get half.
1madmarky
19/10/2018
19:47
LOLsss deme. Some say it's still stuck up there
kryptonsnake
19/10/2018
19:45
That's only the zinc, what about the lead and the hugely valuable vanadium? Don't forget it's 12.5% to BMR, we wouldn't want to leave off the 2.5% as its very valuable LOLsss
kryptonsnake
19/10/2018
19:39
Deme1 got his fingers crossed for some jam tomorrow so he can pay the rent.#TheDesperateOne
plat hunter
19/10/2018
19:37
. . Wash plant tailings (the highest metal content) 10,000t (after upgraded) per month x $416.84 zn/t $4,168,400 X 30% Profit = $1,250,520 Less 10% to BMR . .
bullster
19/10/2018
19:15
He also once tried to put his tongue through a circular hole....and found Leons banana.
choppernoel
19/10/2018
19:08
The JORC estimates for Zinc and Lead for the Kabwe wash plant tailings are 10.66% and 7.21% respectively per tonne. At today's spot prices that's $286.43 worth of zinc and $143.62 worth of lead contained in one tonne of tailings Leon is going to upgrade this material by over 50% 100 - 17.87zn/pb = 82.13 gangue 82.13 + 17.87/2 = 91.06 x 50% = 45.53% SO now we get $416.84 worth of zinc, $209.01 worth of lead from one tonne of upgraded tailings that is fed into the acid. NOW it's all down to the tonnage per hour the acid bath can take. Because you are removing more of the gangue by extra upgrading your acid doesn't have to work as hard thus prolonging it's efficiency. . .
bullster
19/10/2018
18:55
He also once tried to put his tongue through a circular hole . . . Colin had a shock
kryptonsnake
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