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VML, VITAL METALS LIMITED
nipper
post Posted: Feb 22 2021, 09:22 AM
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VITAL SIGNS CONTRACT TO COMMENCE MINING AT NECHALACHO IN MARCH 2021


low cost pathway to RE production




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nipper
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from under 1c, in the 6 month it has risen to 5c


there is a good summary of where Vital is at, in the following: https://investorintel.com/markets/technolog...oducer-in-2021/

Highlights of the Quarterly:

activities during the December 2020 quarter including at its 100%-owned Nechalacho Rare Earth Project in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, where it is targeting to commence rare earth oxide production in 2021.
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Binding term sheet for offtake agreement executed with Norwegian REE separation company REEtec for a base of 1,000 tonnes REO (ex-cerium) per year for five years
REEtec has developed a proprietary and sustainable process for the manufacture of rare earth elements
Term sheet includes option to increase offtake volumes up to 5,000 tonnes REO (exCerium) per annum for a 10-year long-term supply agreement
$8M Placement completed




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nipper
post Posted: Sep 28 2020, 11:27 AM
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Sep 28 2020, 11:25 AM

and, just prior:
Vital Metals and Saskatchewan Research Council have signed a binding Term Sheet to negotiate definitive agreements for the construction and operation of a Rare Earth Extraction Plant to produce a mixed rare earth carbonate product
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In August 2020, the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Research Council announced a C$31 million funding package for the construction of Canada's first Rare Earth Processing and Separating Facility in Saskatoon, Canada
The Vital Metals Rare Earth Extraction Plant is planned to be located adjacent to the SRC Separation Plant which will convert mixed rare earth carbonate to commercial grade separated rare earth oxides
The SRC facility will require mixed rare earth carbonate product for separation making Vital a likely customer.
Capital cost estimate of the Rare Earth Extraction Plant is A$5.25M.




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VML has received firm commitments to raise A$8.0 million (before costs) in new equity via a fully committed share placement to institutional, sophisticated and professional investors. The Placement comprises the issue of approximately 400 million new shares in the Company at an issue price of A$0.02 per Share.

Net proceeds from the Placement will primarily be used to progress the Company towards commencing processing operations in Q2 CY2021 including the purchase of the ore sorter, sampling and met testwork, extraction plant EPCM and for general working capital.

Strong demand for the Placement resulted in additional funds being raised which will be used to accelerate further exploration and development work at the Tardiff zone within the Companys Nechalacho Project. Vital Metals Managing Director, Geoff Atkins, commented:
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We are pleased with the support from new investors and existing shareholders. This equity funding coupled with the recent announcement that Vital has executed a binding term sheet to construct its rare earth extraction facility adjacent to Canadas first rare earth separation facility underpins VMLs plans to become the newest independent supplier of clean rare earth feedstock outside China.




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blacksheep
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Received a please explain SP /volume movement - see below - prior to the company's announcement - Vital to Transform into Rare Earth Oxide Developer. Evan Cranston - Tolga Kumova's mate in several mining ventures - is to take up a Board position, as is Geoff Atkins (former Corporate Planning Manager, Lynas Corporation). No sign of TK on the register as yet. One bright note with this transaction is it doesn't require immediate CR - VML has approx $14.6 mil in kitty from the sale of it's Watershed Tungsten Project in July 2018. Capital structure .......

Ordinary fully paid shares (VML) 1,742,611,288

2.0 cent options expiring 30 April 2021 50,000,000
2.3 cent options expiring 30 April 2021 27,000,000
1.0 cent options expiring 17 November 2021 25,000,000
1.2 cent options expiring 14 November 2019 28,931,825

The above does not include the issue of shares to the vendors of this deal... No doubt there will be "consolidation" when the deal goes through

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Key Terms of the Acquisition:
Consideration:

Vital has agreed to acquire 100% of the issued capital of Cheetah for the consideration outlined below. The
consideration is subject to shareholder approval and is comprised of the following:
• issue of 400,000,000 fully paid ordinary shares (“Ordinary Shares”) on completion;
• issue performance shares comprised of the following:
(i) 400,000,000 Tranche 1 Performance Shares which will convert into Ordinary
Shares in the Company on entering into binding offtake for a minimum of
1,000 kgs of contained REO in respect of the Thor Lake Project or Wigu Hill
Project within 2 years of the Acquisition completion date; and
(ii) 400,000,000 Tranche 2 Performance Shares which will convert into Ordinary
Shares in the Company on commencement of mining operations at the Thor
Lake Project or Wigu Hill Project.
(together, the “Performance Shares”)
Vital will separately seek confirmation from ASX with respect to the Performance Share terms.



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Highlights
• Vital to acquire Cheetah Resources, an unlisted REE business currently run by ex Lynas management
with substantial rare earth experience
• Cheetah’s business plan is to supply a high purity mixed rare earth feedstock to established thirdparty rare-earth oxide (REO) separation facilities and refiners, rather than end users. The plan has
been designed to result in lower Capex and shortened lead times to production to capture the
expected increase in demand for REOs
• Cheetah has agreements in place to acquire two significant REO projects
• Thor Lake Rare Earth Project (Canada) (acquire 100%, surface to 150m above sea level rights)
â–ª Mining leases, environmental and water approvals granted
â–ª Environmental permit and water licence in progress
â–ª NI 43-101 defined Indicated and Inferred Resource
â–ª The Nechalacho Property, of which the Thor Lake Project is a part has been the
subject of over $100M investment by Avalon Advanced Materials
â–ª Exploration potential to increase resource however initial focus will be on its high
grade core
• Wigu Hill Project in (Tanzania) (purchase of rare earths Intellectual Property with project
development and option agreement to acquire up to 74% by funding to a mining stage)
â–ª NI 43-101 defined resource with significant upside potential from identified
mineralised zones
â–ª Mining and Prospecting Licence application submitted with local company
• Transaction fully funded by Vital (cash on hand of $14.6 million as at March 31 2019)
• Highly experienced board and management with Geoff Atkins (former Corporate Planning
Manager, Lynas Corporation) and Evan Cranston (Chairman of New Century Resources),are joining
the board
• Cheetah also retains the services of a number of ex Lynas management responsible for the
development of its Mt Weld project and the successful operation of the LAMP in Malaysia
• Global demand for rare earths is growing on the back of demand for EV and clean power generation
• Acquisition subject to due diligence, shareholder and regulatory approvals

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Vital Metals Limited (“VML”): Aware Query
ASX refers to the following:
A. The change in price of VML’s securities from a low of $0.011 at close on Friday, 14 June 2019, to a high of
$0.0135 prior to the Trading Halt (defined below) on Monday, 17 June 2019, and the significant increase in
the volume of VML’s securities traded between 14 June 2019 and 17 June 2019 prior to the Trading Halt.

B. The pause in trade of VML’s securities released on ASX’s Market Announcements Platform (“MAP”) at
12.01 pm AEST on Monday, 17 June 2019, and the trading halt request that same day, released on MAP at
12.25 pm AEST (“Trading Halt”).

C. VML’s announcement entitled “Vital to Transform into Rare Earth Oxide Developer” lodged on MAP and
released at 09:55 AM AEST on 25 June 2019 (the “Announcement”), disclosing, among other things, that
VML has entered into a binding term sheet to acquire Cheetah Resources Pty Ltd (“Information”).

D. Listing Rule 3.1, which requires a listed entity to immediately give ASX any information concerning it that a
reasonable person would expect to have a material effect on the price or value of the entity’s securities.


Will the current buoyant REE sentiment continue or will it fizzle out? Time will tell
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crystal
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In Reply To: EMD's post @ Apr 19 2008, 10:07 PM

bit of upward movement from the swamp ,not for me yet unsure.gif

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EMD
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Anyone still around?

Still happily holding.

 
EMD
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Trading halt was in respect of announcement re Wetershed infill drilling. Some very nice intercepts, especially in the northern zone.

Updated resource statement should be nice reading.....not too long to wait now.

 
EMD
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In reply to: onefineday on Monday 25/02/08 03:10pm

For me, VML is all about Watershed. Until I see some favourable drill desults for Mt. Mulgine, I'm not ascribing any value to that operation (nor Mt. Alexander).

I am amazed at how little interest there is in VML....it must be the 'tungsten thing'...

Options package for the new MD....not a huge hurdle for sure. I'm expecting that Andy will be quite happy with the exercise prices, if the share price goes anywhere close to what I'm looking for over the next couple of years. rolleyes.gif

 
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In reply to: EMD on Monday 25/02/08 02:56pm

I agree , tungsten is not well known , so few people know this company.
The thing I like about them is that they aren't an explorer , but a developer.
They actually have 3 sites , so they have a resource , the only question is how much.

What did you think of the exercise price on the options for the new MD ?
I thought they were a bit on the low side.





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