Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Salt Lake Pot LSE:SO4 London Ordinary Share AU000000SO44 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +10.00% 27.50p 27.00p 28.00p 27.50p 25.50p 25.50p 36,257 11:22:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 0.0 -6.3 -3.6 - 48.14

Salt Lake Pot Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/10/2018
08:52
Even higher in Australia. I have shares in both.
aspex
18/10/2018
08:13
Good to see a strong start to the morning +8%
adorling
13/10/2018
20:53
https://twitter.com/tmsreach/status/1051198288718905344?s=21Vote for a write up!!
burtond1
03/10/2018
08:06
Accepted the take off is significantly larger than before.Just need the UK price to build to 30p - closer to the ASX price
aspex
02/10/2018
08:06
Sinofert is for up to 50% of ALL production from all lakes. Mitsubishi was 50% of demo plant only. Good progress.
eswr
02/10/2018
07:54
Yes pilot plant build money is last part of the jigsaw. Pressure on. L.
lenses
02/10/2018
07:25
Therefore potentially 100% of output committed if both taken up. Now need the backing finance. Any partner tie up may complicate it all.
aspex
02/10/2018
07:19
MoU to TorP with Sinofert. 50% of all future production. L.
lenses
01/10/2018
08:54
My post #64 already covers a 50% take off for a MOU from Mitsubishi.Not much room for another MOU unless accompanied by hard cash input.
aspex
01/10/2018
08:36
Lets hope its a top name that is bringing more than just its name to the table. They definitely need another fund raise so an equity investment alongside would be welcome. Hopefully at a decent premium to current price.
horndean eagle
01/10/2018
07:55
Trading halt. MoU sales agreement. L.
lenses
20/9/2018
07:35
The Saltlake PR firm put a tweet up yesterday compared with Sirius Minerals, which the Telegraph says could be in trouble. Saltlake Potash a much better project by all accounts https://twitter.com/Brand_UK/status/1042378341058265090
kenwrong
16/9/2018
16:18
Thanks Brian. May have to rely of on of these promotions to unload. Been progressing far too slowly for my liking. I guess one of the key reasons for being on board is track record of management. They seem to have delivered in the past. Hopefully can again.
horndean eagle
15/9/2018
09:41
HE, I did a bit of work on this a couple of months ago, and put a number of Qs to management. Most were answered satisfactorily, but the big one for which there wasn't a satisfactory answer was resource/reserves, and project economics after the 'easy' near-surface brine is extracted. The pilot scheme relies heavily on a trenching system to both collect and transport brine to the evaporation ponds. There are a number of deep extraction pumps, but these seem token in comparison to the surface trenches. The resource calculations assume around 100m depth, which is way beyond the shallow trenches evaluated. There is talk about rain replenishment, but that only replenishes water, not the near-surface minerals. Given there is no BFS that properly evaluates resource and recoverability, and no convincing explanation of post-initial phase recovery, it feels something like a promote.
briangeeee
14/9/2018
08:03
RNs. APC mou on sharing at Wells. Expect the two will merge in time. 100mt+ of jorced sop at Wells. L.
lenses
31/7/2018
13:52
Looks good but its obvious needs funding. Would hope they can tie that in with signing up an offtake which helps part fund the project.
horndean eagle
31/7/2018
09:44
SO4 published updated Scoping Study and updated Company Presentation in Australia today. These retrieved the fall in price from yesterday's Quarterly.
aspex
21/6/2018
12:17
MOU not binding.... therefore who would loan at a good rate? I also wonder if there will be at least 2 equity raises = 2x chances for shareholders to be rolled over? 1. to get the test plant up, 2. the main plant and maybe even one before this to keep the light turned on as the cash is running low? The project does have a number of other risks. Having said all that I can see there is potential but entry will be key as any rises will be sold into for the next placings ala SXX. GLA
greg the grinch
20/6/2018
22:25
The MOU with Mitsubishi Australia gives SLP a useful access to finance since They have a commitment to 50% off take at an agreed price. Not suggesting that equity raise is avoidable but that the pathway to profitability is eased from a demo plant with 50000 ton output. It is worth following at hxxps://hotcopper.com.au/asx/so4/ for Australian perspective.
aspex
20/6/2018
21:33
Hmm... after some extra research... the cash in hand and burn rate I cant see how there will not be a placing around the corner. GLA
greg the grinch
20/6/2018
18:03
Hi L. I have done a decent amount of research and having been on the wrong side of a placing more times than I can count it seems to me that one is more likely than not. Lots of talk about comparisons with SXX, which I hold, but SXX bit the bullet with a large placing to get things moving... cant help but think that would be the best thing to do here as Mitsubishi are going to want too large a chunk and it all becomes complicated with various constaints? Thanks for the info.
greg the grinch
20/6/2018
16:47
Hi Greg. From 30/4 RNS: "MOU for Offtake with Mitsubishi The Company executed a MOU for an Offtake Agreement with Mitsubishi for the sales and offtake rights for up to 50% of the SOP production from a Demonstration Plant at the GSLP, for distribution into Asia and Oceania and potentially other markets. Salt Lake Potash is progressing its GSLP development strategy, initially involving construction of a Demonstration Plant producing up to 50,000tpa of high quality SOP, with it plans to distribute production through a small number of global distribution partnerships. The Mitsubishi MOU is non-binding and sets out the key terms for a subsequent formal Offtake Agreement as the Demonstration Plant is developed. As well as quantities and target markets, the MOU's other terms include: -- Market pricing and commission mechanisms; -- Specifications and delivery parameters; -- Mitsubishi to provide strategic advice on marketing within the region; and -- The parties to continue discussions regarding funding requirements for the GSLP. " =============== I expect Mitsubishi to provide cash in exchange for a chunk of SLP. The production facility at Wray then gets built and cashflow arises. PDYOR. L.
lenses
20/6/2018
12:27
How much cash left and when is the next placing? TIA
greg the grinch
25/5/2018
04:45
Hi mullaned. Name change was 27 11 15. Check so4 news feed here. Fmu your certificate is valid. A broker will tell you. Best to enquire to a UK or AUS co. The consolidation was 30 to 1 Dec '14. So 1.1p in old money. L.
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