Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wolf Minerals LSE:WLFE London Ordinary Share AU000000WLF3 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -3.12% 3.875p 3.50p 4.25p 4.00p 3.875p 3.875p 106,106 10:09:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 4.8 -35.4 -4.2 - 42.15

Wolf Minerals Share Discussion Threads

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17/8/2017
07:11
Operational Update Specialty metals producer, Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX: WLF, AIM: WLFE) ("Wolf" or "the Company"), provides the following update on operations at its Drakelands open pit mine ("Drakelands") at the Company's Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in Devon, southwest England. In the June Quarterly Report released on 28 July 2017, the Company announced the implementation of a detailed operating turnaround plan designed to achieve a sustainable production platform by the December quarter. In recent months, the Company has progressed the operating turnaround plan with a particular focus on: · improving processing plant reliability in the crushing circuit; · improving performance of the refinery to enhance production levels; and · reducing noise emissions from the processing plant including low frequency noise ("LFN"). The improvements are being implemented whilst the Company has voluntarily shutdown the vibrating screens in the processing plant on weekends. Wolf has continued to develop technical solutions with its lead construction contractor, GR Engineering Services Limited ("GRES"), to expedite a comprehensive LFN solution whilst meeting operational requirements during this important period of production improvements. The Company has assessed the costs of ongoing LFN rectifications and has decided to notify GRES of its intention to recover these costs from the £7.5 million Performance Bond under the construction contract. The Company is confident that the Performance Bond will be sufficient to cover the costs of implementing the technical solutions required to deliver a successful LFN outcome. Richard Lucas, Interim Managing Director, said: "We are encouraged by the progress being made on the operating turnaround plan at this early stage, with further improvements planned for the coming months to achieve a sustainable production platform before the end of the year. We are also encouraged by an improving tungsten price which supports the opportunity for Drakelands to be an important part of the global supply chain for such a critical industrial metal. Managing our operations successfully also requires us to maintain strong relationships with our local communities, which includes further reductions in low frequency noise emissions. Therefore, after extended discussions with our lead construction contractor, GRES, we have decided to notify them of our intention to call upon the Performance Bond to ensure an LFN solution is achieved as quickly as possible." ENDS
skinny
09/8/2017
16:57
As stated in the quarterly cash flow report (Appendix 5B), also released today, the Company had A$8 million cash at the end of the Quarter and A$12 million in available loan facilities to support revenue, on a forecast cash outflow of A$34 million for the coming quarter. Beware a placing...
sleveen
01/8/2017
14:43
And, let's face it, we are sure going to need a lot of lithium, going forward.
fardels bear
28/7/2017
07:46
Quarterly Activities Report For the Three Months Ended 30 June 2017 Specialty metals producer, Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX: WLF, AIM: WLFE) (Wolf or the Company) provides the following update on progress at its Drakelands open pit mine (Drakelands) at the Company's Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in Devon, southwest England, for the three month period to 30 June 2017 (the Quarter). Highlights ü Processing plant operating turnaround plan developed and starting to deliver improvements in production. ü Resource Capital Fund VI L.P. bridge loan additional £10 million extension approved. ü Drakeland's ISO 14001 environment management standard accreditation retained for the third successive year. ü Tungsten price improved by ~5.9% in the Quarter. ü Interim CFO appointed. ü Interim MD and leadership team now based in UK at site. more.....
skinny
04/7/2017
09:19
Has the company ever looked at the Lithium content of the problematic soft ground and byproduct from production. A lot of the Cornish and Devon Granites contain Lithium rich mica. I know some of the waste from kaolin production is considered to have potential. Must be worth a look.
hyper al
26/5/2017
14:29
GoodGrief Cool programme, particularly because it was all filmed on mobile phones! A first for the BBC.
hyper al
26/5/2017
14:25
more dilution to come
phillis
25/5/2017
13:53
Interesting programme, thanks for the link.....
ashbox
25/5/2017
12:49
Featured Wolf Minerals... hTTp://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08rv9r6/secrets-of-the-super-elements
goodgrief
28/4/2017
08:27
Most likely the purchase contracts are subject to Chinese law?
sleveen
28/4/2017
07:44
WLFE share price may yet go lower, until the problems are fixed and a refinancing is announced.
sleveen
28/4/2017
07:41
The current W production will be costing more than WLFE receive in revenue. Have a look at the cash outflow forecast: projected A$15m production outflow for current quarter. WLFE really do need a new funding source: Debt facility A£49m, drawn A$37.5m,which gives headroom of A$11.5m but cash outflow for the current quarter is projected at A$26.5m. That's A$15m financial black hole to plug.
sleveen
20/4/2017
20:49
Obviously none of us knows what is happening behind the scenes in Australia with the institutional investors. I find all the issues worrying and I suppose they feel the same. Until we know the amount of concentrate being shipped and its value I cannot form a firm opinion as to the future. As I understand from listening to Mr Clarke speaking in London the Chinese built plant problems have been severe and everything possible seems to have broken. Thus said, this is not underground mining in the third world,in fact it's little more than a large glorified gravel pit in Devon.
dogdays
16/3/2017
15:36
the grades being achieved are obviously way too low
phillis
13/3/2017
14:51
phillis filtered Just clutters the BB
quepassa
13/3/2017
07:42
More funding needed Nothing about current levels of output Disastrous
phillis
25/2/2017
15:29
A nice little rise in APT Http://www.metal-pages.com/metalprices/tungsten/
tradermel
10/2/2017
10:20
Re the RNS wonder who has resigned?
phillis
10/2/2017
08:53
Tx Toz Why doesn't the Company include this normal info in their reports?
phillis
09/2/2017
15:50
Approx. costs can be worked out from the quarterly reports All in cost per mtu (US$) Dec Q 769 Sept Q 724 June Q 1156 taking out finance & development costs gives Dec Q 647 Sept Q 351 June Q 566
tozinowski
09/2/2017
14:21
Stale holder Stuck - waiting for signs of a miracle If things improve I will hold If they dont- it will be too late
phillis
09/2/2017
13:07
I'm happy buying around these levels.
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