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HGW presentation now up.

Itís all about tin and its widespread application

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Elementos is progressing development to fill a forecast supply deficit in the tin market and is focused on commencing tin production by 2025

......... operations in Spain and Australia

Cleveland Tin Project
Elementos Limited owns 100% of the Cleveland Tin Project in Tasmania, following a merger in 2013 with then unlisted company Rockwell Minerals Limited. The site is located 80km southwest of Burnie in the mineral rich northwest region of Tasmania, Australia.

An historic mine that already boasts excellent power, water and transport infrastructure, revised JORC Study results for the Cleveland Tin Project were announced on 26 September 2018, indicating a substantial increase in resources.


Oropesa Tin Project
Elementos completed the acquisition of the Oropesa Tin Project in Andalucia, Spain in January 2020. Oropesa is one of the world's largest undeveloped, open cut mineable tin deposits, with access to world class infrastructure and represents a near term development and cash flow opportunity for Elementos.


A May 2020 economic study found the project is a globally significant new tin development with a prospective annual production of 2,440 tonnes of tin metal over a 14 year mine life.

At a tin price of US$19,750/tonne, the mine could potentially generate an annual gross revenue of more than US$48 million against a forecast operating cost of US$28 million per year or cash cost of US$11,534/tonne of metal. The estimated capital development cost is approximately US$52.2m including a 20% contingency. Forecast financial metrics for the project are: NPV8 of US$92m and an IRR of over 25%.

Elementos plans to undertake a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) and finalise environmental permitting as its next steps in developing Oropesa



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post Posted: Jan 13 2015, 10:50 AM
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Wow... no posts for a long time.Anyway i'm in @0.007.Lets see how this pans out.They recently raised 2mill a few months back.



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Nice ann. today with significant extensions of mineralisation, sp correspondingly popped up out of the bull flag.

 
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In Reply To: triage's post @ Mar 19 2011, 10:27 AM

triage, yes exactly on all points. You covered nearology, the one thing I meant to mention and forgot, the fact that we are located next to Troy's Casposo project.

With unanticipated cap-raisings I guess the chance was there to do so, so they grabbed their opportunity. Always better to have more than enough cash to get you through the next GFC! In terms of the big-picture long-game the dilution is minimal.


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post Posted: Mar 19 2011, 10:27 AM
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In Reply To: denpal's post @ Mar 19 2011, 09:38 AM

hi denpal

We'll have to stop meeting like this. smile.gif

I'm a bit cranky at the CEO and board of ELT at the moment - partly because the CEO, Cory Nolan, went out of his way in mid-December to say that ELT had enough cash for them to get through the next couple of drilling campaigns only to then pull a cap raising, and partly because they did not distribute the shares from the cap raising the way the prospectus indicated they would.

But as you say their board is impressive. Also the yank nonexec-chairman of Orocobre (ORE), James Calaway, has just bought in big in ELT so he obviously likes what he hears about them. Orocobre and Elementos still share the same offices in Brisbane (actually Elementos are piggy backing off the offices and admin staff of Orocobre) so Mr Calaway would have had every chance to talk to the Elementos people even through chinese walls are presumably in place.

Mr McLennon must like the prospects. When he resigned from Norton Gold it was on the basis that he wanted to ease back on his workload but he is staying in there with ELT. Another good sign.

My guess is that their best shot at success is still what they have next to Troy's (TRY) Casposo project. The fact that ELT workers have to drive along TRY's roads to get to their Manantiales block suggests that any commercialisation of Manantiales would somehow involve Troy. If Troy ever get their new plant into steady state production - here's hoping within the next month - then they will be producing gold virtually cost free seeing how high the proportion of silver from there is and given the silver price these days.

They are also talking about getting hold of some rocks to kick in Peru and Chile so have big ambitions. One Andean type hit would be enough for me though.



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Worth a look, has on the board of directors ex-Andean geologist that was closely involved in the Cerro Negro discovery in Argentina. ELT is now elephant hunting in, you guessed it, Argentina.

ELT is a spinoff from Orecobre, ORE and has some proven people involved:

Neil Stuart - early securer of the ANDEAN (AND) Cerro Negro Project now +5m oz gold - years of Argentina geo experience!
Anthony McLennon - ex-CEO of Barrick Gold predecessor, plus NGF
Mark McCauley - director NGF, ex-CFO Felix Resources coal $30M to $1B under him.

http://www.elementos.com.au/Strategy.htm

MC post-raising 82M FPO's at 35c = $29M, less $12M cash = EV $17M.

This a a long-play, and patience is essential. We are looking for multiple gains over time. AND went from 10c> $7.00 or so in six years to give you an idea of what happens on finding an elephant or even a young elephant.

Chart looks good. DYOR, I hold.


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