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Krm22 LSE:KRM London Ordinary Share GB00BFM6WC61 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 107.00p 104.00p 110.00p 107.00p 107.00p 107.00p 0 08:00:00
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Presented at Equity Development last evening. This company should not be listed, it is much too early in its development to be attracting hopeful punters imv. I don't think Aim is the place for acquisitive start-ups.
Agreed - interesting space after yesterday's results / deal / placing you can read all about this pioneer in the rapidly growing RiskTech space: free access to full research note here:
Don't understand lack of upside movement on this stock since coming out of administration. Co is debt free, cash positive, producing gold and great potential for further production growth at Talang Santo, plus Way Lingo. Hanging in for the long term here.
First acquisition of many made today. A very interesting play in a risk management sector that is en vogue right now. I've dipped my toe in this morning.
Marty What’s your view on KRM? Seems to be an interesting play
The Market Open Ceremony - London Stock Exchange welcomes KRM22 plc to AIM Https:// KRM22 makes strong debut following AIM flotation 15:15 30 Apr 2018
Investor relations: Https:// Admission document: Corporate Documents: Https:// Https:// KRM22 To Raise GBP10.3 Million As It Seeks Float In London Next Week (ALLIPO) [26 Apr 2018 11:56] Http:// Schedule One Update - KRM22 Plc Released 07:00 26-Apr-2018 Http:// Schedule One - KRM22 Plc Released 08:00 16-Apr-2018 [KRM22 provides further details on float plans] 27 Apr 2018 Https:// {Investment firm lines up AIM float} 17 Apr 2018 Https://
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Looks as if KRM has turned the corner, a buy at these levels will be well rewarded IMHO.All to play for now assuming Talang Santo permit comes in and production from open pit is similar if not greater than the current Way Lingo. Its a far bigger prospect.
I still have a few of these- does anyone have a positive view, the share price has gone sideways for almost two years, production is behind but reserves are increasing. Lots of cash annual dividend etc but some set backs eg death in mine, lower production than forecast, retirement of Peter Cooke, no news on acquisition, high taxation, potential divestment. It all sound bad put like that but KRM is producing at a very low cost has a potential bonanza at the new mine and many aother targets. I am confused!!
Yes I saw that, Bimas licence was withdrawn, but I gather KRM is confident of its relationships locally with 15% already in local hands.
holism, There are background problems in Indonesia following the temporary suspension of Arc Exploration's mine at Bima Gold Prospect by The Regent of Bima on 3rd January. G-Resources at Matarbe and Kingrose at Talang Santa were mentioned in several articles in Indonesia and Australia. It seems many towns are now pushing for greater returns from projects. Indonesia's laws are not advanced enough and many companies agree to settlements on disputes in Singapore, NB White Energy and Batan's recent dispute.
Is anyone following KRM? Another good announcement today, share price has gone sideways for a year. Success and promise of dividend have not been recognised by market. Any views?
This is a new Kingsrose thread. I hope you find it useful. K
Kingsrose Mining Ltd (Kingsrose) was listed on the ASX in December 2007 under the epic KRM. Kingsrose's main objective is to become a significant gold producer. Kingsrose completed its acquisition of the majority interest in the high grade Way Linggo gold/silver mining project in February 2009. This asset covers 10,540 hectares of highly prospective land in Sumatra Indonesia. Kingsrose has an 85% interest in the Way Linggo gold operation in Sumatra Indonesia. Indonesian geologist Mr Herryansjah Husinsjah owns the other 15% interest. Kingsrose is one of the world's lowest cost gold producers. This status is achieved through a combination of high quality narrow seam mining in a low cost country and also the additional income that comes from simultaneously producing silver. Production costs are being targeted at US$150/ounce of gold after silver credits. KRM is currently targeting annual production of 45k ounces of gold and 500k ounces of silver. This level of production generates a margin of $1500/oz and free cash flow of over US$60 million. When the mill is expanded they will be targeting 64k ounces of gold and 710k ounces of silver. The average gold grade of processed ore is 15 g/t. Kingsrose has the potential to capitalise on various 'massive' growth opportunities over the next few years: 1. The 12 drilling rigs currently operating should generate lots of high grade intersections 2. As additional these intersections are modelled resource upgrades are expected. 3. The mill is currently capable of processing 400 tonnes of ore per day but can easily be upgraded so that it processes 600 tonnes per day. 4. An inaugural dividend of 5 cents a share is expected to be announced shortly free stock charts from
have just listened to the AGM presentation on the web. Sorely tempted to increase my holding. The new SAG mill is now operating well and there seems to be plenty of spare milling capacity, so the bottleneck is now the availability of ore. They are establishing a new Mine at Talang Santo where they have established veins with a strike length of 500 metres to a depth of 300 metres. An adit is being driven into the hillside and was said to be close to the accessing the veins. Also expecting initial resource from Talang Santo around year end. So extra ore should be available from Talang Santo above what they are extracting from Way Lingo next year to fill the mill and process plant. In September qr milling rate was around 330tpd giving about 10,000 oz gold, plus silver. Capacity of the mill said to be 600 tpd so plenty of scope to increase production with no major increase in capital other than mine development costs. We could see production rising significantly in calendar 2012.
Holism, You are absolutely correct that the reserves at Way Lingo do not cover much forward production. I'm not sure how much of their drilling campaign is devoted to expanding the Way Lingo resource. Hopefully as with MML the vein structure continues with depth. SM
at S44 an oz of silver cost of production ZERO!! Resource figure before the end of October should confirm a significant increase in mine life.There are at least 11 drills in operation. KRM has its own assay laboratory manned by an independent outfit giving daily feed back on progress so important to a vein miner.This looks an exciting prospect. Everything appears to be on the increase- resource production and cash flow.Excellent management etc.
Plus good article dated 13th August also on website. "Low-cost ...than others". seems to me the company needs to spend some time and money increasing the resource figure. In these difficult times production isn't necessarily going to propel the share price. However a new commercial discovery increase in production and potentially a dividend before the year is out should.
There are a number of new postings on the KRM web site. Here is link to their 9th August 2011 Presentation.
I don't expect it would be possible to cover up a fatality at Co-0.
Interesting comment Hectorp- one of the reasons I sold my MML was the strong rumour of fatalities at the Co-O mine. I think Bill Philips and for that matter Peter Cooke are both mindful of this aspect. If you ask around the rumour at Co-O is toally believable, it was never confirmed by the company and I dont intend to expand. Your point though is well made.I am confident that the management at KRM are totally committed to the local people.
Nice bit of coverage h. My only concern is probably with the primitive mining methods , 600 locals and only 6 western mining people around, there will be a serious accident one day. It does appear the gear and costs are cheap, the wages are cheap and maybe life is also cheap there. This seems very different from the much more up to date organisation at Co-O by MML.
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