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Landore Resources Limited LSE:LND London Ordinary Share GG00BMX4VR69 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 35.50 35.00 36.00 35.50 33.75 35.50 756,771 16:26:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.1 -0.0 - 32

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14/4/2016
14:46
Electrochemical water splitting is a clean technology that can store the intermittent renewable wind and solar energy in H2 fuels. However, large-scale H2 production is greatly hindered by the sluggish oxygen evolution reaction (OER) kinetics at the anode of a water electrolyzer. Although many OER electrocatalysts have been developed to negotiate this difficult reaction, substantial progresses in the design of cheap, robust, and efficient catalysts are still required and have been considered a huge challenge. Herein, we report the simple synthesis and use of α-Ni(OH)2 nanocrystals as a remarkably active and stable OER catalyst in alkaline media. We found the highly nanostructured α-Ni(OH)2 catalyst afforded a current density of 10 mA cm–2 at a small overpotential of a mere 0.331 V and a small Tafel slope of ∼42 mV/decade, comparing favorably with the state-of-the-art RuO2 catalyst. This α-Ni(OH)2 catalyst also presents outstanding durability under harsh OER cycling conditions, and its stability is much better than that of RuO2. Additionally, by comparing the performance of α-Ni(OH)2 with two kinds of β-Ni(OH)2, all synthesized in the same system, we experimentally demonstrate that α-Ni(OH)2 effects more efficient OER catalysis. These results suggest the possibility for the development of effective and robust OER electrocatalysts by using cheap and easily prepared α-Ni(OH)2 to replace the expensive commercial catalysts such as RuO2 or IrO2.
dawkinsp
14/4/2016
14:40
dawkinsp ... 18p+ ... yes please!
hugus maximus
14/4/2016
14:10
........ there is plentiful water and the planned link into the Hydropower system should be available now.
lochlea
14/4/2016
13:46
"Efficient Water Oxidation Using Nanostructured α‑Nickel-Hydroxide as an Electrocatalyst"
dawkinsp
14/4/2016
13:08
btw my post above is NOT a de-ramp. Far from it. I am confident LND will be sold off soon and it'll be 'happy days' all round for those holding. If that's considered a ramp then I make no apology.
lochlea
14/4/2016
13:06
I contacted Panmure Gordon back in 2013 as I felt their 'stuff' put out into the public domain was misleading in the extreme. I received a nice friendly reply from a Alison Turner at Panmure Gordon on 30 July 13 and I won't divulge any confidences contained in her email but I would c&p verbatim what I consider to be a salient comment made by her:- "However what I am able to disclose is that as of May this year I no longer cover Landore Resources. As such I will not be updating my research and my previous price target should be regarded as being out of date."
lochlea
14/4/2016
11:45
I would like to see how Panmure Gordon came up with their target of 12p. It seems to me that Humphries has a plan to monitize the resource and ride off into the sunset into a well deserved retirement. I wonder if his figures are in the same ballpark as Panmure's?
pixi
14/4/2016
11:42
My "adventurous spirit" is sadly lacking here GleenRCharles! A friend in the know got me involved here several years ago and suggested last summer that if I were to "bring down average share price by throwing another £10k at it ... I would be in profit by autumn!" The share price went up with great excitement to 3.5p and then dropped. According to the note with reference to Mr Humphries, it sounds as if the safe game to play might be to keep a close eye on the LND gold rush over the coming week or so, and if things do indeed start to look good, jump then.(albeit clearly fighting with others who might have the same plan!) My adventurous spirit is sitting at home watching tv with a nice mug of Horlicks GLA. HM
hugus maximus
14/4/2016
09:19
Indeed Hugus Maximus - and I guess if you were of an adventurist spirit you might be able to make up the difference at these 'hopefully' low prices. Good Luck indeed
glennrcharles
14/4/2016
09:08
They've suggested 12p for a while. So you'd think target price be a fair bit higher than that after last week's news.
idle jack
14/4/2016
08:46
Good morning GlennRCharles ... so Panmure Gordon suggest 12p. That's a little closer to 18p than has been the potential of late. Good luck!
hugus maximus
13/4/2016
09:02
Let us hope the gold find will compensate for the bad decision to dispose of the lithium property.
imperial3
13/4/2016
08:34
Thanks Hugus. Hopefully the CEO can maximise any shortfall and leave you smiling after all.
glennrcharles
13/4/2016
00:32
lets get out of this dog while we can.
dawkinsp
13/4/2016
00:26
Well 15million GB is not here ... is it?
dawkinsp
12/4/2016
19:30
looking for this to trend towards 8p
chutes01
12/4/2016
19:07
Proactive Investors For many years, it’s been all about the nickel for Landore Resources Limited (LON:LND). The company has made great strides at two major deposits at Junior Lake in Ontario, to the extent that Bill Humphries, Landore’s chief executive, reckons they will be ready for a development decision by mid-year. Much depends on the nickel price though. In recent years nickel has been very weak, and the current price of around U$8,700 per tonne isn’t far off the five year low. With that in mind, Humphries takes the view that renewed strength is likely within the next couple of years, and remains upbeat that the US$13,000 to US$14,000 per tonne level that it would take to make the two Junior lake deposits really pay their way isn’t that far off. In the meantime though, events at Junior Lake have taken an unexpected, but welcome, turn. In the final round of the most recent drilling campaign at the B4-7 nickel deposit, a geophysical target two kilometres east of the known mineralisation was tested, with the idea that it might turn up more nickel showings. Instead, what turned up was gold. This isn’t altogether surprising, as Humphries explains. “Junior Lake is a polymetallic property,” he says. “We’ve been concentrating on copper and nickel for some time, and we’ve been dedicated to advancing the nickel projects, but in the meantime, as we’ve been drilling on the greenstone we’ve frequently hit gold and sometimes at quite high grade.” Indeed, at the Lamaune deposit, which was subsequently spun out of the company, Landore hit as much as 130 grams per tonne gold; elsewhere at Junior Lake intersects running as high as 35 grams have been reported over the years. What makes the latest hits different is the potential scale. For a start, this intersection runs across more than 30 metres and grades just over 1 gram per tonne. Not bonanza grades, maybe, but across that kind of width, certainly attractive enough to consider a bulk mining scenario. There were also higher grade sections within that wider intersect, including 3.7 metres at 4.21 grams. So far so good. The question is: how big could this newly mineralised zone be? We won’t have long to wait for the answer. Five further holes have now been drilled in and around this initial intercept, and the results should be available next week. Early reports are that the drill holes have all turned up similar material to the first hole, although it would be premature to second guess the numbers. At the moment Landore is talking of a new mineralised “zone” rather than of a discovery. Even so, you can sense Humphries’ excitement. He’s found gold projects before that went on to become mines, and he knows what he’s looking at. “That’s good material,” he says. “If it does come up it’ll be a heap leach deposit. We’d go in there and move it fast. It’d be low capital, and it will pay for the development of infrastructure for the nickel operations.” On the whole there appear to be very few downsides. The next results will come in, sampling and trenching work will continue, and Landore will then consider when and where to initiate another round of drilling to flesh things out. Rigs are already on site. Humphries just has to give the command. Share Alastair Ford Panmure Gordon have a target of 12p.
pixi
12/4/2016
15:37
Apparently there is a considerable demand for Tesla cars which run on Lithium batteries.What a crying shame that the management chose to sell the lithium deposit.How short sighted of the management.Just shows their lack of vision for the future.
imperial3
12/4/2016
15:03
Hi Glenn ... I'm in for £11k at 18p (a folly many years ago), but I doubt your Chinese Nickel and Gold miner will fancy the plot for that! GLA HM
hugus maximus
12/4/2016
14:44
So, anyone have a realistic guess at what kind of price these may fetch if a Chinese Nickel and Gold miner fancies a plot in Canada? 10p higher? lower? ..haha we will see I guess.
glennrcharles
12/4/2016
08:01
Gold flying - they haven't woken up to the potential of Landore yet. Load up the truck! The rest of my gold stocks have broken out today: PAF, HGM and HUM. Whoopee!
pixi
08/4/2016
16:02
Good week. Something to have a Friday tipple for!
idle jack
08/4/2016
13:48
very quiet now, should move to nearer 4p over next week.
chutes01
07/4/2016
17:15
I can see this re rating or being sold.Could be uncomfortable for some.Things could move quickly. One to be long in imo.
idle jack
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