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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
  -0.05 -0.94% 5.25 5.20 5.30 5.30 5.25 5.30 1,374,389 16:20:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.4 -1.1 -0.3 - 44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/4/2021
13:47
3% in situ value did seem very low.
sportbilly1976
01/4/2021
13:46
His problem is probably his small tool. As such he has to transfer his erectile disfunction frustration to genuine investors!
the best is yet
01/4/2021
13:35
You're wrong. We don't have a new tool. We have an old tool. The same old tool that's infested this board for ages. His name's BT
bernymadoff
01/4/2021
13:25
We have a new tool to try get 2Mt So what he really means is We wont get anywhere close to 2MTWith these results Prepare yourself for a complete crash soon BT
btvitexcoinvxcryptowhale
01/4/2021
13:21
Most people are basing their valuations on John Cornford's article in Master Investor. There is good reason to believe he is grossly undervaluing the play. Firstly he applies a copper price of $8000 per tonne. Quite frankly, if CB were to accept that price in the current copper environment I'd want him hung, drawn and quartered. Cornford also applies a 3% buyout price for which he doesn't provide any rationale, although to his credit he does consider it to be conservative. And lastly his calcs are based on a sale of just 80% of the deposit. Well, CB has already knocked that one on the head in his last but one interview where he says no major will want just 80% ownership. My own valuation is based on what majors were paying in the last copper super cycle when copper was trading at $4 per pound (0.3-1 cent). Even applying 0.3 cents to 2mt gives you a share price well in excess of £1 for a 100% buyout. But again I'd be livid if on the cusp of a copper boom that's expected to last 10-20 years CB would accept 0.3 cents per pound of copper in situ in one of the safest, politically most stable, and most favourable mining jurisdictions in the world. Majors like AA and Newcrest know the Lachland Fold well and will be happy to pay a premium knowing they've acquired a project that will take just a handful of years to bring to production rather than the 15-20 years that's typically required to take a project from exploration to production. It's a seller's market and this is likely to be Colin Bird's swansong. He ain't going to be giving it away for peanuts.
bernymadoff
01/4/2021
12:57
bernymadoff, yes my valuation is on the conservatives side and based on just what might happen if we meet the AA targets. Read a really good article on Bloomberg today about how the US trillion dollar package is going to be excellent for copper, but how the Chinese have got there first in terms of buying as much copper recently at depreciated prices.
the count of monte_cristo
01/4/2021
10:06
Jamsie, that is what I remember too, something like it was going to be 'a brave step-out' Looks like it is going to be deep There seems to be a bit of a scramble to get in now - and not before time!
gowlane
01/4/2021
10:01
Currently 6.79p-6.55p Looking very very strong folks into the long weekend break!
chesty1
01/4/2021
09:22
If I recall, CB mentioned H6 was going to be 'ambitious' in one of his Sharetalk interviews. No news to date. What will they find? I look forward to seeing the 3D modelling and drill orientations. GLTA
jamesiebabie
01/4/2021
08:03
Looking very solid from the off today folks enjoy!!!
chesty1
01/4/2021
07:48
I think 10p is very possible by end of April. Then 15-20p by end of May and 30p by end of June. Is this a reasonable expectation? Obviously will depend on fair to good assays etc.
denjon
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 ;)
the best is yet
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.
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