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Kodal Minerals Plc LSE:KOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH3X7Y70 ORD 0.03125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.02 -6.67% 0.28 626,398,128 16:35:18
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0.27 0.28 0.305 0.2675 0.295
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.63 -0.01 44
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:25 O 17,853,932 0.28 GBX

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18/5/2021
09:20
Kodal Minerals Daily Update: Kodal Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KOD. The last closing price for Kodal Minerals was 0.30p.
Kodal Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.12p and a 12 week average price of 0.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.03p.
There are currently 15,732,363,511 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,784,880,522 shares. The market capitalisation of Kodal Minerals Plc is £44,050,617.83.
18/5/2021
11:26
simon121simon: I'm not sure why certain people on here only post when share price is down,these very same people don't say a word when the share price rises by over 60% in a small space of time yet takes a fair few days to fall by just over 10%,what is their motive,Kodal shares are doing really well at moment and has been consistently over the past year dispute government and covid issues which is a direct result of progress being made by Kodal.Now granted this pace may not be to the liking of some people but it is momentum in the right direction.Apart of me wonders why when people criticize Kodal and platently do so for their own personal gain then why don't they make it constructive criticism instead of the childish and sometimes offensive comments that is so blatantly obvious on this board.My advise as always is don't listen to others,do your own research and make a decision and stand by your conviction.
18/5/2021
08:47
arrynillson: 12bn - I’m surprised you’re back posting on this share after your disastrous previous foray where you ramped this ridiculously ( at the wrong time ) and made a massive loss for yourself and anyone foolish enough to believe your childlike tosh. I wish all KOD investors well for the future - the share price has recovered hugely since 12bn hitched his wagon to the company and then abandoned it, clearly prematurely! 12bn is a disgrace to the human race!
14/5/2021
09:18
bmwman3: Kodal Minerals plc('Kodal Minerals', 'Kodal' or the 'Company')Update on Mining Licence Application for the Bougouni Lithium ProjectKodal Minerals, the mineral exploration and development company focused on the Bougouni Lithium Project and its gold assets in West Africa, is pleased to provide this update on the Mining Licence application that is in progress for the Bougouni Lithium Project ('Bougouni' or the 'Bougouni Project').The Company reports that a committee meeting has been held in Bamako, Mali, at the Direction Nationale de la Geologie et des Mines ("DNGM") to review the feasibility study and proposed mining development for Bougouni. The meeting was attended by the Company's representatives, including its Country Manager, Senior Geologist, Environmental Consultant and economic advisors. The Company has received confirmation that the feasibility study and mining development plan have been ratified and approved by the DNGM committee, subject to the Company making some minor corrections to bring the mining licence application in line with the new Mali Mining Code of 2019. The Company then expects to receive a formal notification from the DNGM requesting payment of the Mining Licence fee prior to the formal production of the "Exploitation Decree" (Mining Licence) for approval by the Prime Minister. Further details of the next steps to granting the Mining Licence are set out below.Bernard Aylward, CEO of Kodal Minerals, commented: "We are very pleased with this development in our Mining Licence application, which again confirms the high standard and full range of our completed feasibility study and mining plan at Bougouni. We continue to work closely with the DNGM and Mali Government representatives to finalise the grant of the Mining Licence as soon as possible. This will be a major milestone for Kodal and one which will significantly de-risk our project as it will then be fully permitted to commence site development works."This application process has taken longer than originally anticipated due to outside influences in the year of 2020; however, it is very positive timing for Kodal to be in control of a high-quality, pre-production lithium asset with the market dynamics as compelling as they are now. Kodal continues to monitor the lithium market and notes that the lithium (spodumene concentrate) price has risen strongly from its lows in 2020 and further, that there is widespread analyst consensus of supply deficits from as early as next year. The powerful lithium demand drivers linked to battery production include Government stimulus, as well as from major vehicle manufacturers and public utilities, and we believe that the Bougouni Project is ideally positioned to capitalise on this window of opportunity to become a strategically located high-grade and low-cost lithium producer in the near term. I look forward to reporting on further developments in due course."Further InformationMining Licence ApplicationThe ratification and approval of the Company's lodged feasibility study and mining development plan is a major step toward the granting of the Mining Licence for Bougouni. The next steps are summarised below:i. Kodal to finalise minor changes to the lodged licence application to bring it in line with new Mining Code 2019, which is expected to be completed this week.ii. After filing the updated application, Kodal is expected to then receive a formal notification from the DNGM with a request to pay the fee for the Mining Licence of 100,000,000 XOF (approximately GBP135,000)iii. Upon payment of the fee, the DNGM will then draft the Exploitation Decree (Mining Licence) which is forwarded to the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water.iv. If all is in order, the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water will then forward the Exploitation Decree to the office of the Prime Minister for formal signing, which is the final step in the process.At the completion of this process, the timing of which is uncertain, a new Mining Licence would be issued to Kodal Mineral's subsidiary company in Mali, Future Minerals SARL. At this point Bougouni will be fully permitted for development, with the Environmental Permit having previously been granted in November 2019 following approval of the Company's ESIA study.Separate to the granting of the Mining Licence and as required by local law, the Company will subsequently negotiate a shareholders agreement and operators contract ("Mining Agreements") with the Government to establish a new company that will be the mining entity. It is noted that the Government cannot take its position in the mining entity until the Mining Agreements have been finalised and approved by the Mali Government Assembly.Summary of the Bougouni Project Feasibility StudyThe Bougouni Lithium project feasibility study has demonstrated the potential for a robust mining operation with attractive economic fundamentals. Further studies continue with a particular focus on optimising the processing plant flow sheet to further improve lithium recovery and lower capital and operating costs.The key highlights of the Bougouni Project Feasibility Study are:o Minimum 8.5-year mine life, producing on average approximately 220,000 tonnes of 6% spodumene concentrate per annum, at life of mine lithium average metallurgical recovery of 71%, based on laboratory metallurgical recoveries of 75%;o Total life of mine production of 1.94Mt of concentrate and revenue exceeding US$1.4bn, with an initial assumed concentrate sale price of $680/t increasing 2% year-on-year;o Proposed 2Mtpa processing plant utilising a conventional flotation circuit to maximise spodumene recovery;o Estimated C1* cash costs of US$431 per tonne of concentrate (US$466 including royalties and sustaining capital);o Capital requirement for development estimated to be US$117M plus contingency; ando Forecast payback period of 1.7 years and IRR of 58% (51% post tax).*C1 is the net direct cash cost that represents the cash cost at each processing stage from mining through to recoverable metal as indicated in the Company's announcement on 27 January 2020.
12/5/2021
09:08
the chairman elect: Well worth a listen over on Tw*tt*r - to as John Meyer @ share price Angel knows his stuff and they are both brokers and NOMAD to KOD
06/5/2021
13:50
shanew48: #BCN have just received an offer that values the bonchara lithium asset at £226m #KOD are sat at £30m MC which means officially means that the #KOD share price should be at least 700% higher than it currently is!
06/5/2021
09:08
deanmatlazin: The share price was low due to uncertainty of obtaining mining licence. Therefore the market cap was lagging far behind IRR. Now the uncertainty has been removed, we are doing catching up and the share price is too low compare to its peers. am looking for 3 bagger from current price . Fingers crossed.
04/5/2021
11:15
the chairman elect: Kodal Minerals* (KOD LN) – 0.16p, Mkt cap £24m – Bougouni lithium project feasibility ratified subject to minor corrections Kodal has received confirmation that the feasibility study and mining development plan have been ratified and approved by the DNGM committee, subject to minor corrections to bring the mining licence application in line with the new Mali Mining Code of 2019. “The Company then expects to receive a formal notification from the DNGM requesting payment of the Mining Licence fee prior to the formal production of the "Exploitation Decree" (Mining Licence) for approval by the Prime Minister.“ Next steps are: Finalisation of minor changes to the licence application in accordance with the new Mining Code 2019 expected this week. Formal notification from the DNGM and payment of ~£135,000 mining licence fee DNGM to issue the Exploitation Decree (Mining Licence) to be forwarded to the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water. The Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water should then forward the Exploitation Decree to the office of the Prime Minister for formal signing. At this point Bougouni will be fully permitted for development as the Environmental Permit was granted in 2019. Kodal are currently engaged with Sinohydro (Power China) on the potential development of Bougouni and are in contact with Suay Chin and Shandong Ruifu Lithium Industry Co Ltd, which are expected to take the Bougouni spodumene concentrate. Shandong Ruifu produces lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide in China. Bougouni lithium project key stats: 220,000tpa of 6% spodumene concentrate over an initial 8.5 years 71% recovery rate of contained lithium based on laboratory metallurgical recoveries of 75%; >USD$1.4bn of total revenue at $680/t starting H2 2021 and rising 2%pa 2mtpa throughput with DMS and conventional flotation circuit. Recoveries are acceptable with the DMS on its own. USD$431/t C1 cash costs or USD$466/t inc. royalties and sustaining capital. US$117m Capex est. plus contingency: 1.7 year payback est. LoM production of 1.94mt of concentrate. Sales >$1.4bn assuming spodumene concentrate sales price of $680/t increasing 2% year-on-year; 58% IRR pre-tax 51% IRR post tax US$300m NPV7% pre-tax US$200m NPV7% post-tax *SP Angel acts as Financial Advisor and Broker to Kodal Minerals
04/5/2021
07:28
the chairman elect: Kodal Minerals Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: KOD / Sector: Mining 4 May 2021 Kodal Minerals plc ('Kodal Minerals', 'Kodal' or the 'Company') Update on Mining Licence Application for the Bougouni Lithium Project Kodal Minerals, the mineral exploration and development company focused on the Bougouni Lithium Project and its gold assets in West Africa, is pleased to provide this update on the Mining Licence application that is in progress for the Bougouni Lithium Project ('Bougouni' or the 'Bougouni Project'). The Company reports that a committee meeting has been held in Bamako, Mali, at the Direction Nationale de la Geologie et des Mines ("DNGM") to review the feasibility study and proposed mining development for Bougouni. The meeting was attended by the Company's representatives, including its Country Manager, Senior Geologist, Environmental Consultant and economic advisors. The Company has received confirmation that the feasibility study and mining development plan have been ratified and approved by the DNGM committee, subject to the Company making some minor corrections to bring the mining licence application in line with the new Mali Mining Code of 2019. The Company then expects to receive a formal notification from the DNGM requesting payment of the Mining Licence fee prior to the formal production of the "Exploitation Decree" (Mining Licence) for approval by the Prime Minister. Further details of the next steps to granting the Mining Licence are set out below. Bernard Aylward, CEO of Kodal Minerals, commented: "We are very pleased with this development in our Mining Licence application, which again confirms the high standard and full range of our completed feasibility study and mining plan at Bougouni. We continue to work closely with the DNGM and Mali Government representatives to finalise the grant of the Mining Licence as soon as possible. This will be a major milestone for Kodal and one which will significantly de-risk our project as it will then be fully permitted to commence site development works. "This application process has taken longer than originally anticipated due to outside influences in the year of 2020; however, it is very positive timing for Kodal to be in control of a high-quality, pre-production lithium asset with the market dynamics as compelling as they are now. Kodal continues to monitor the lithium market and notes that the lithium (spodumene concentrate) price has risen strongly from its lows in 2020 and further, that there is widespread analyst consensus of supply deficits from as early as next year. The powerful lithium demand drivers linked to battery production include Government stimulus, as well as from major vehicle manufacturers and public utilities, and we believe that the Bougouni Project is ideally positioned to capitalise on this window of opportunity to become a strategically located high-grade and low-cost lithium producer in the near term. I look forward to reporting on further developments in due course."
16/4/2021
12:04
bullrun1: Courtesy of Ron on LSE board KodToday 11:49Now a little recap to keep our spirits up:*The Lithium Ion Battery Market is projected to be worth $76 Billion by 2026 and will fuel the electric vehicle market for years to come When Kodal's get mining licence approved:* The mine in Mali has an estimated total revenue of$1.43bn over 8.5 years, which is $160m a year! This represents a revenue increase of roughly 18,000%!* The mine could produce a total of 1.94Mt of concentrate whuch would equate to pre-tax projects of around $300m. In short, when KOD secures the rights to this mine we will see huge share price movements as a company with a current low market cap and $1.4bn contract soars...
14/4/2021
13:15
12toes: Who needs viagra when you can just look at the KOD share price falling BWAHAHAHA
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