Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kibo Mining LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.015
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.875p 5.75p 6.00p 5.875p 5.875p 5.875p 25,347 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.6 1.0 5.9 21.38

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17/8/2017
19:21
Meanwhile .... there are more admissions today at the psychiatric ward in Brighton where declared in 'meltdown', hapless & non invested 'paid Chimp' carried on his slanderous assault on soon to stratosphere Kibo Mining. Never engage a paid deramper is my view - meanwhile let's 'discuss' this quality post from 'respected poster Gillie' who by the way is an actual holder in Kibo:) Today 12:23 Price: 5.50Gillie2 432 postsDancoteRe Dancote - Kibo have a reciprocal agreement with Dancote Cement to supply them with coal initially (and later with power and fly ash) in exchange for concrete to allow the project to be built. It may not be a massive amount but a positive reduction in project Capex will be achieved, with this reciprocal agreement of coal for concrete, resulting in a reduced project capex and a further increase in the NPV. Dancote as far as I remember have a mining licence I wonder who is, or will be, mining their coal for them? The other reasons for the NPV differing from the original PFS figures are: 1. Reduced coal consumption will increase the Power profit and NPV 2. The current Power DR of 15% may reduce to 10% to 12% as the project continues to de-risk and this will yield an increased NPV. 3. The reported reduction of 21.1% in total Capex required, (I assume this includes the reduced coal Capex to $17m) increases the total NPV. Of course we have already had Beaufort's NPV projections and 30p a share on the first 300MW phase, which included a 50% risk factor so this should double after FC in the longer term. Interesting Beaufort used 10% in their recent research note. The NPV incorporating offtake agreements should prove interesting and following the MoU with Dancote Cement discussions on other similar initiatives were underway. From memory, we have already seen from EDL's Feasibility Study figures that they increased their NPV from $220m (at flat rate tariff) to $322m (with commercial offtakes), which is a 46% increase, although this may well have changed by now. Sunny here in Northumberland.Off TopicGreat post Gillie - Hurrah
guitars4stars
17/8/2017
18:57
Meanwhile .... there are more admissions today at the psychiatric ward in Brighton where declared in 'meltdown', hapless & non invested 'paid Chimp' carried on his slanderous assault on soon to stratosphere Kibo Mining. Never engage a paid deramper is my view - meanwhile let's 'discuss' this quality post from 'respected poster Gillie' who by the way is an actual holder in Kibo:) Today 12:23 Price: 5.50Gillie2 432 postsDancoteRe Dancote - Kibo have a reciprocal agreement with Dancote Cement to supply them with coal initially (and later with power and fly ash) in exchange for concrete to allow the project to be built. It may not be a massive amount but a positive reduction in project Capex will be achieved, with this reciprocal agreement of coal for concrete, resulting in a reduced project capex and a further increase in the NPV. Dancote as far as I remember have a mining licence I wonder who is, or will be, mining their coal for them? The other reasons for the NPV differing from the original PFS figures are: 1. Reduced coal consumption will increase the Power profit and NPV 2. The current Power DR of 15% may reduce to 10% to 12% as the project continues to de-risk and this will yield an increased NPV. 3. The reported reduction of 21.1% in total Capex required, (I assume this includes the reduced coal Capex to $17m) increases the total NPV. Of course we have already had Beaufort's NPV projections and 30p a share on the first 300MW phase, which included a 50% risk factor so this should double after FC in the longer term. Interesting Beaufort used 10% in their recent research note. The NPV incorporating offtake agreements should prove interesting and following the MoU with Dancote Cement discussions on other similar initiatives were underway. From memory, we have already seen from EDL's Feasibility Study figures that they increased their NPV from $220m (at flat rate tariff) to $322m (with commercial offtakes), which is a 46% increase, although this may well have changed by now. Sunny here in Northumberland.Off TopicGreat post Gillie - Hurrah
guitars4stars
17/8/2017
18:56
Meanwhile .... there are more admissions today at the psychiatric ward in Brighton where declared in 'meltdown', hapless & non invested 'paid Chimp' carried on his slanderous assault on soon to stratosphere Kibo Mining. Never engage a paid deramper is my view - meanwhile let's 'discuss' this quality post from 'respected poster Gillie' who by the way is an actual holder in Kibo:) Today 12:23 Price: 5.50Gillie2 432 postsDancoteRe Dancote - Kibo have a reciprocal agreement with Dancote Cement to supply them with coal initially (and later with power and fly ash) in exchange for concrete to allow the project to be built. It may not be a massive amount but a positive reduction in project Capex will be achieved, with this reciprocal agreement of coal for concrete, resulting in a reduced project capex and a further increase in the NPV. Dancote as far as I remember have a mining licence I wonder who is, or will be, mining their coal for them? The other reasons for the NPV differing from the original PFS figures are: 1. Reduced coal consumption will increase the Power profit and NPV 2. The current Power DR of 15% may reduce to 10% to 12% as the project continues to de-risk and this will yield an increased NPV. 3. The reported reduction of 21.1% in total Capex required, (I assume this includes the reduced coal Capex to $17m) increases the total NPV. Of course we have already had Beaufort's NPV projections and 30p a share on the first 300MW phase, which included a 50% risk factor so this should double after FC in the longer term. Interesting Beaufort used 10% in their recent research note. The NPV incorporating offtake agreements should prove interesting and following the MoU with Dancote Cement discussions on other similar initiatives were underway. From memory, we have already seen from EDL's Feasibility Study figures that they increased their NPV from $220m (at flat rate tariff) to $322m (with commercial offtakes), which is a 46% increase, although this may well have changed by now. Sunny here in Northumberland.Off TopicGreat post Gillie - Hurrah!
guitars4stars
16/8/2017
16:58
http://allafrica.com/stories/201708160148.html
guitars4stars
16/8/2017
10:33
Another assault at 6p resistance
m1tu
16/8/2017
08:17
Divmad I ams onlys asking questions to this aimchimps whichs I vant him to answersThis is all I am is askings
dudleym1975
16/8/2017
07:19
With replies like that, Dudleym, you are playing right into the bashers' hands. Stick to facts and beat them with objective analysis.
divmad
15/8/2017
17:48
Hard to argue with Dudley:Dudleym1975 - 10 Aug 2017 - 23:18 - 3497 of 3497 - 1Listen Aimchimp your nonsense is getting ridiculous now. Continual rambling of a Bafoon idiot. What planet are you on Come back to earth and let it be that kibo will wash away your sins Kibo will teach you right from wrongKibo will be rescuing tanzanias looming electricity crisisKibo mining is working closely with the government that magafuli manKibo will be seeing triple digits yes I said triple digitsKibo will be one hell of an Mcap company very very very soon
dudleym1975
15/8/2017
17:48
Hard to argue with Dudley:Dudleym1975 - 10 Aug 2017 - 23:18 - 3497 of 3497 - 1Listen Aimchimp your nonsense is getting ridiculous now. Continual rambling of a Bafoon idiot. What planet are you on Come back to earth and let it be that kibo will wash away your sins Kibo will teach you right from wrongKibo will be rescuing tanzanias looming electricity crisisKibo mining is working closely with the government that magafuli manKibo will be seeing triple digits yes I said triple digitsKibo will be one hell of an Mcap company very very very soon
dudleym1975
15/8/2017
17:39
Probably the results from the drilling are ready. It could easily double, especially given how small is the free float!
yaki
15/8/2017
16:10
At least Drax is predictable... yet 'dull' I'd rather meet 'paid chimp' in person - that would be a blast I'd buy the first round just to understand where on earth he is coming from :)
guitars4stars
15/8/2017
16:06
I guarantee he won't turn up with 'drax' on his name badge ;-)
s0n1cb00mb0y
15/8/2017
15:52
Possibly he will be....
guitars4stars
15/8/2017
13:10
Huge spike at Katro. Any ideas?
jimmya1986
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