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Katoro Gold Daily Update: Katoro Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KAT. The last closing price for Katoro Gold was 2.25p.
Katoro Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 2p and a 12 week average price of 1.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.75p.
There are currently 323,698,310 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,051,534 shares. The market capitalisation of Katoro Gold Plc is £7,898,238.76.
edgein: Graham, Well he's on the board of KIBO (25% owner of KAT), and KAT as we both know demerged from KIBO and CS was behind these assets in the first place. I'm sure you've watched the youtube vid of CS and LC discussing Haneti. So while he's not directly on the board of KAT he'll be still involved through KIBO and LC and he's still a consultant to KAT too as far as I know. Regards, Ed.
uknighted: This is the article: Katoro Gold (AIM:KAT) is exploring Blyvoor, a near term gold production opportunity in South Africa, and Haneti, a polymetallic prospect in Tanzania, with potential for nickel, PGMS minerals (platinum, palladium, rhodium and others), copper, gold, lithium and rare earth elements. Blyvoor, located some 75km south west of Johannesburg, was one of the country’s most prolific gold producers during its peak years in the mid-20th century, with recovered grades averaging more than 14 g/t from 1937 to 2013. Katoro shares a 50/50 interest in the licence with its joint venture partner Blyvoor Gold Operations Pty Ltd. The partners plan to exploit potentially viable deposits of gold and any other minerals from six gold tailings dams, which contain an aggregate JORC Code compliant resource of 1.34Moz of Au at an average grade of 0.30g/t Au. Subject to funding, they are targeting initial production of up to 250,000 tonnes per month of material from the tailings, with the possibility of ramping-up production to 500,000 tonnes per month within two years. Forecasts suggest Blyvoor may sustain a mine life of 25 years, building to a production capacity of 500,000 tonnes per month and 35,000 ounces of gold production per annum. Total production of 661,171 ounces of gold over 25 years would generate revenue of US$992m. The partners forecast total project capital costs of US$110m across the life of the project, with a peak funding requirement of US$36.4m. Earlier this month preliminary resource update results from Blyvoor exceeded expectations, recording a 10pc update in the total resource and placing 62pc into the Measured and Indicated category. Some 90 to 94pc of the total diluted resource for TSF 6 and 7 is expected to be marked as a Potential Proven and Probable Reserve. The polymetallic Haneti prospect, covering an area of approximately 5,000 km2 in central Tanzania, is a joint venture with Power Metal Resources, in which Katoro holds a 65pc interest. The partners have announced details of a planned initial drill programme to enhance their understanding of the project’s geological characteristics, and – possibly – identify the existence of nickel sulphides. Pre-drill rig mobilisation now underway, and a drill contractor has been confirmed. With a share price that has hovered around 2.5p for most of the year, it’s worth keeping an eye on both of Katoro’s promising prospects, which we discussed in greater detail earlier this year.
dozyduck: GW Re projections. Yes I might have doubled counted into costs some of the items in an AISC or AIC. But I don't think what was used for the scoping study could have included financing costs, since these couldn't have been known. And the point anyway is that, regardless whatever the 'average' 25 year figures are, the project cash earnings will be dented in the first ten years or so by the loan repayments (or capex, whichever way you look at it) So the average is of no use for what investors will want to know, which is cash flow in the foreseeable future which I would say is the first five years, with the next five not given much credit for. I was about to rerun my figs assuming all possible costs were in the AISC when I saw the scoping study total free cash flow projection (which one can take to be accurately taking account of everything) of $267.4m over 25 years. That saves the bother because at $1,800/oz the FCF after tax becomes $410.2m or an average of $16.4m pa. But in practice will be substantially less in first ten years while capex and loan repayments are incurred.(not to mention that output won't reach max until year four) So we can take it that Kat's share in he first 5-10 years will be substantially less than $8m ! - most of which will probably beploughed back into the $110m ttal capex (And by the way, the study total output states 661,000 oz over 25 years - ie 26,440 average pa, and not the 35,000 LC states.) All in all, very little info so far for investors to work out the likely share price even when construction starts. If gold stays at current levels, yes at the end of 25 years shareholders will have earned a lot of cash. But will they be around to see it ? And will Kat have spent it meanwhile on Haneti ?
uknighted: gw LC has reduced the share price from the float price of 5p. I am in profit because LC was able to depreciate the share price to a value at which it was worth an investment for me.
someuwin: 16 November 2020 Katoro Gold plc ('Katoro' or the 'Company') BLYVOOR TAILINGS PROJECT UPDATE Katoro Gold plc (AIM: KAT), the AIM listed gold and nickel exploration and development company, is pleased to announce a further update on the Blyvoor Gold Tailings Project ('Blyvoor Project'). All technical work related to the upgrade and restatement of the Blyvoor Project resource statement has now been completed, with specific reference to the resource and geotechnical drill programme. A total of c.1,500 samples was produced from the now completed resource drill programme and submitted for assay analysis. These assay results have now all been received back from the laboratory. The assay results in conjunction with the confirmatory metallurgical test results and geotechnical results are now being interpreted and integrated into the various key technical reports referred to in the RNS of 30 September 2020. The final reports, with an updated Resource and Reserve statement and SAMVAL valuation report, are expected to be received by the Company during November 2020. Louis Coetzee, Chairman of Katoro Gold plc commented: "I am pleased to announce the positive operational progress at Blyvoor where we remain on course regarding the key project objectives as we target early gold production generating considerable revenues for Katoro and our partners. Blyvoor is a substantial opportunity for Katoro and with each step in our work completed our excitement rises, particularly as we now approach completion of the technical work. I look forward to providing further updates to the market in the near future."
hedgehog 100: It's encouraging for KAT to see that Alien Metals (UFO) has now ten-bagged in 2020, to its current share price of 2.825p, market cap. £87.65 million. Because UFO's recent progress update brings to mind the progress that KAT is making on its own projects. 16/10/2020 13:17 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Alien Metals Limited Company Update "Alien Metals Ltd (LSE AIM:UFO) ("Alien Metals" or "the Company"), a minerals exploration and development company, noting the recent rise in the share price, is pleased to update the market on its current projects. The information provided below has previously been notified to the market and provides an overview of the Company's current operations. Highlights : - Recent field work at Hamersley Iron Ore projects completed with 95 samples taken and more detailed mapping completed - Negotiations with Capstone Mining for a Joint Venture on the Donovan 2 Copper Gold project in Mexico continuing - Ongoing work to secure drill permits to carry out maiden drill programs on the San Celso and Los Campos Silver projects in Mexico - Finalisation of trenching program on the Elizabeth Hill Silver project - Acquiring and processing new data set for new permit ELA 47/4422 surrounding Elizabeth Hill Silver project for exploration planning - Continued review of additional projects to add to the Company's existing precious metals and base metals portfolio ..." Alien Metals (UFO):
grahamwales: Katoro’s board believes that the project enters economic territory at a $1,300 an ounce (“/oz”) gold price. As such, this figure has used this to calculate economic fundamentals. Including an all-in-sustaining cost of just $664/oz for the first five years planned production and project capital costs of $30-35 million, the firm puts the project’s net present value (10) at $49 million and its internal rate of return at 31%. To put this another way, at an annual production rate of 35,000 ounces of gold, the project would generate around $22.3 million per annum for the JV ( (35,000 X 1,300) – (35,000 X 664) ). Katoro’s 50% share of this comes in at $11.15 million (c.£8.6 million per annum), a figure that compares very favourable to its current, c.£6 million market cap. This type of comparison begins to look even more favourable when you consider the fact that, in reality, gold prices currently sit much higher than $1,300/oz. If we use the $1,565/oz quoted by Katoro as the current gold price in its 30 January release, then Katoro’s annual take from the project at a 35,000-ounce per annum production rate comes in at $15.8 million, or c.£12.2 million per annum ( ( (35,000 X 1,565) – (35,000 X 664) ) /2 ). With many expecting gold prices to continue rising after climbing 20% in the third quarter of 2019, there is room for these figures to become even more attractive. Moreover, the project currently has a projected life of 33 years, demonstrating the long-term production and revenue generating potential. Current gold price $1,923/oz = $22 million per annum net profit. htTps://
hedgehog 100: So KAT have TWO projects each one of which could more than justify KAT's current market cap.: a modest £7.14M. at 2.2p And either one of which could potentially multibag KAT from its current lowly share price. The fact that we have both for this price is quite a bargain. Plus we have the extra benefits of two opportunities: double the newsflow, and risk diversification, including by countries and metals.
hedgehog 100: 30/01/2020 14:15 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Katoro Gold PLC Strategic Gold Production Opportunity & Financing LSE:KAT Katoro Gold Plc " ... Project and Resource The JV Partners plan to exploit potentially viable deposits of gold and any other minerals from six gold tailings dams ('the Tailings') owned by Blyvoor in South Africa ('the Project), which contain a JORC Code compliant resource of, in aggregate, 1.34Moz of Au at an average grade of 0.30g/t Au. ..." That 1.34 million ounces of gold, at the current gold price of US$1,920 per ounce, has an in-situ value of US$2.57 billion.
hedgehog 100: A reminder, with thanks, from the respected poster Edgein of just how good KAT's Haneti and Blyvoor projects are: Edgein 12 Aug '20 - 14:32 - 886 of 1011 0 2 0 "Casey, I don't know about far better holding KIBO over KAT, yes KIBO has around 30% of the shareholding in KAT. But those that buy KAT directly will have a greater exposure to Haneti and Blyvoor. Haneti has the potential (before drilling) to be world class given the rock chip grades and the length of the structure. So if Haneti on drilling turns out to be as good as it suggests currently then KAT have the bigger share of that, KIBO holders benefiting from about 30%. So it depends on the focus of the investor if they like straight mining assets then its KAT, if they like mainly energy projects with some exposure to mining (though the holding in KAT) then its KIBO. Impossible to say which will bag more than the other, both from what I can see offer multibag potential. However to be fair if KAT gets similar shallow grades to their rock chip samples for Ni and/or Pgms then they could outperform even KIBO with the higher direct exposure to the project. There's likely to be a lot of interest generated in the upcoming Haneti drilling and Blyvoor tailings look compelling at the current gold price. Yes there are free energy assets at KIBO currently but I would expect both of these to re-rate considerably over the remainder of 2020. Regards, Ed."
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