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Xtract Resources Plc LSE:XTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYSX2795 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -3.6% 5.35 5.30 5.40 5.55 5.35 5.55 2,438,041 15:47:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.4 -1.1 -0.3 - 45

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31/3/2021
20:24
It did seem to be heading that way until the RNS imo. Im glad it didn't though .
jeanesy
31/3/2021
18:41
"Hurricane" or the "Company") Update on Competent Person's Report Timing Hurricane Energy plc, the UK based oil and gas company, announces that the Competent Person's Report ("CPR") on the Company's West of Shetland assets by ERC Equipoise Ltd is currently being finalised. The Company expects to issue a summary of the CPR during the week commencing 5 April 2021.
btvitexcoinvxcryptowhale
31/3/2021
18:41
"Hurricane" or the "Company") Update on Competent Person's Report Timing Hurricane Energy plc, the UK based oil and gas company, announces that the Competent Person's Report ("CPR") on the Company's West of Shetland assets by ERC Equipoise Ltd is currently being finalised. The Company expects to issue a summary of the CPR during the week commencing 5 April 2021.
btvitexcoinvxcryptowhale
31/3/2021
17:20
@ Berny and the Count I’d happily split the difference ;)
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31/3/2021
17:05
4:35 We know we've got multi opportunities around us, we've got the physical expression of porphyries where we didn't expect any 6:00 If there are racecourses (similar type porphyries), or alternatively which I strongly suspect, if racecourse is a tilted porphyry intrusion then the possibility is extremely strong that there's a solid core that leads to these porphyries and the core of the intrusive
thelung
31/3/2021
16:44
Still sticking with my 10p April
goforgold1
31/3/2021
16:35
Jeansy - care to explain your 'sub 5p' comments? Was a strange thing to say.
qazwsxedc69
31/3/2021
16:19
u got any more eggs Denjon!! Get chomping
chesty1
31/3/2021
16:17
A guaranteed blue finish today?
denjon
31/3/2021
16:13
jeanesy 10p will be hit before the end of April imho!
chesty1
31/3/2021
16:13
Preferably by close tomorrow evening!
denjon
31/3/2021
16:12
I think you are both getting well ahead of yourselves, 10p would be nice for starters !!
jeanesy
31/3/2021
16:09
Think you're under egging it a little there Count. All the major copper traders and analysts are calling copper above $10,000 per tonne by year end. Citibank and Trafigura are calling a new range for copper of $12-16k in the next few years. There's a global shortage which is likely to persist for the next 10-20 years driven by decarbonization and adoption of green tech (electrification using copper). In the last copper bull supercycle in the mid 2000s when the copper price was around the same as it is now majors were paying 0.3-1 cent per pound in situ for large copper deposits. Do the maths. 1 tonne is equivalent to 2205 lbs of copper. If you apply that formula at a price of 0.4 cents per lb you get a staggering in situ value of $2.11 per share fully diluted (835m shares). That's £1.53 per share excluding the African assets. Currently it costs explorers on average 4 cents per pound to find one pound of copper and an average Tier 1 mine takes 15-20 years to bring to production. Much easier for AA or BHP or whoever to just take a project like ours lock, stock and barrel.and they won't mind paying a premium. Have no doubts. Copper is going mental in the next few months and years as demand increases and supply contracts.. And to think we could have more than 2mt under our feet. People aren't getting the potential here yet. But those of us who are could be in for life changing returns.
bernymadoff
31/3/2021
15:53
A fair price, if they meet the AA targets would, in my opinion, be in the region of £250m GBP. If the resource has potential to get bigger, could be much more. A premium has to be expected because of it's location, in Australia, no land issues, easy to access with good infrastructure. Additionally, it's looking similar to Cadia Ridgeway in terms of how the ore would be mined. So just do the math on the shares in issues and a price of £250m.
the count of monte_cristo
31/3/2021
15:36
That is an amazing listen!
chesty1
31/3/2021
15:29
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jamesiebabie
31/3/2021
15:22
CB interview up on Share talk
vivgav
31/3/2021
15:07
Chart covered by Noel
vivgav
31/3/2021
12:31
haha James oops my bad! Tuesday it is then haha!
chesty1
31/3/2021
12:16
Chesty - No news Monday, maybe Tuesday.
jamesiebabie
31/3/2021
11:47
Has anybody had dealings CB before ? his interviews are very optimistic about XTR. Would he normally over promise something if he wasn't confident or has he got form for over promising but under delivering?
joycey1882
31/3/2021
11:09
Let Anglo have their 1st refusal and then CB can talk to others. BR would seem to be of more interest to Newcrest
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