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AXE, ARCHER EXPLORATION LIMITED
blacksheep
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Bartels gold discovery update
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Highlights
• Widespread alteration geochemistry indicates that Bartels is located within
a low sulphidation hydrothermal (epithermal) alteration system.
• The area of known alteration covers 1.5km x 1.2km within a larger
exploration target area of 25km2
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• Previous drilling by Archer at Bartels intercepted gold from the surface.
• Bartels is located close to main roads, power, water and other critical
infrastructure


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Commenting on the Bartels Project, Archer Executive Chairman Greg English said, “We have
known about the Bartels Gold Project for a while but have been focussed on other projects and
our growing Advanced Materials Business. The recent sharp increase in gold price and renewed
investor interest in gold projects has prompted us to review the Bartels Gold Project.


“We believe Bartels to be a low sulphidation epithermal style gold project. Bartels is a very large
gold target covering an area of 25km2 and Archer will be seeking a partner to assist in the
exploration of Bartels”
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Love it when companies trot out projects they've done little about until there's "renewed interest" rolleyes.gif good day for a gold ann with gold producers the only stocks in the green



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blacksheep
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Campoona derived spherical graphite ready for Li-ion battery optimisation
Highlights

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• Spherical graphite derived from Archer’s wholly-owned Campoona
Graphite Resource has been successfully tested in lithium-ion (Li-ion)
battery configurations.
• Testing confirmed that Campoona graphite is suitable for next-stage
optimisation in lithium-ion battery manufacturing processes with potential
off-take partners.
• Archer to request a 12-month extension for the submission of a Program for
Environmental Protection and Rehabilitation (PEPR) for the Campoona
Graphite Project to allow Archer to pursue downstream partnership and
development opportunities with lithium-ion battery manufacturers and
end-users.
• Spherical graphite materials are a high-value (US$3,400 to US$4,400 per
tonne)1 materials entry point for the Li-ion battery market.


Next Steps
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Archer plans to investigate high-value added graphite product processes (spherical graphite
coating; and graphite purification) and other market opportunities (end-use integration) to
ensure that the Company can successfully add value to Campoona, and that the project can be
successfully developed to return maximum benefit to shareholders and the community.

Thus, Archer has drafted a request to a further 12-month extension to submit a proposed PEPR
to the South Australian Government Department of Energy and Mining. An extension to 4
December 2020 would allow Archer to pursue downstream partnership and development
opportunities with lithium-ion battery manufacturers and end-users prior to the completion of
a PEPR.

In addition to the Campoona graphite project, advanced materials and the development of
quantum computing technology remains a core focus of the Company. It should also be noted
that graphene materials can alternatively be produced from the Carbon Allotropes inventory
and not only from Campoona graphite.




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blacksheep
post Posted: Jul 24 2019, 10:34 AM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jul 1 2019, 03:16 PM

Received a Price Query yesterday - response as follows....

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In response to the specific questions of the price query and using the same numbering;
1. The Company is not aware of any information concerning it that has not been announced
which, if known, may explain the recent trading pattern in the securities of Archer
Exploration Limited. However, the Company has noticed an increase in share price and
share trading activity since the Company announced:
a. The assembly of the first nanoscale materials components of the 12CQ qubit
processor (chip) prototype (ASX announcement 26 June 2019).
b. Completion of the sale of the Sugarloaf farm land for $1.35 million cash (ASX
announcement 1 July 2019).
c. Identification of scheelite hosted tungsten on Archer’s Broken Hill tenements and
the application for a new tenement over a historic tin mining area (ASX
announcement 10 July 2019).
The Company has not provided any earnings guidance for the 12 months ending on 30
June 2019 and is not aware of any analyst forecasts regarding the same. The Company is
not aware of any information regarding earnings for the period ending 30 June 2019
that, in the Company’s opinion, “is likely to come as a surprise to the market”.
2. Not applicable.
3. The assembly of the first nanoscale materials components of the qubit processor
prototype was a major achievement of the Company. The technical development at the
heart of 12CQ is a world-first. The 12CQ developments and the identification of scheelite
hosted tungsten on the Company’s tenements may explain the recent trading in
Company securities
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 26 2019, 10:46 PM

Sold Sugarloaf and banks #1.35m - eliminates the need for cap raising in near future. SP 13c up 18.18% currently

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Sugarloaf land sale completed
Highlights
• Completion of sale of Sugarloaf farm land.
• Archer has received $1.35 million cash from purchasers.
• After receipt of funds, Archer has over $2.0 million in cash and is well funded to
develop its Advanced Materials and Exploration businesses.

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SP up 16.28% @ 10c on the back of today's announcement ...

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First-stage assembly of nanoscale qubit processor
Highlights
• Archer team assembles first nanoscale materials components of the 12CQ qubit processor (chip) prototype at the University of Sydney.
• Qubit processor chip components built on a silicon substrate to accelerate prototype development and facilitate the use of well-established siliconcompatible chip fabrication technology that is available at the Research and Prototype Foundry at the University of Sydney.
• Chip commercialisation to continue by prototyping materials componentry for integration to a proof-of-concept minimum viable chip product.



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The Graphene Promise - Disruptor or Disrupted
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By Bob Kohut | 15.10.2018

What’s the “next big thing” to hit the market? This question has tantalized rabid investors in search of the big payoff since forever.

Next big thing candidates typically are involved in business operations that have the potential to make a significant impact on the way things get done in the world. Many are technology firms. As far back as 2012 an article appearing on the website of Canadian metals dealer Kitco heralded graphite as the “new black gold.” Active investors at that time know Kitco was not alone in touting graphite, in large part for its application potential in yet another big thing, the coming boom in Electric Vehicles (EVs).

Many investors focused on the robust demand projections for graphite. The following graph presents more recent data.

Yet that optimistic picture has not saved the fortunes of Australia’s largest graphite producer, Syrah Resources (SYR) from a volatile share price and third place on the ASX Top Thirty Short List.

As is typical of suddenly “hot” commodities like graphite, producers rush in to capitalise on rising demand, only to see commodity prices drop due to oversupply concerns. Demand is only half of the equation with which investors need to be concerned.


3 ASX listed stocks focused on graphene get a mention - TLG, FGR and AXE
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Buried in the graphite hype back then was a material made from graphite, hailed at the time as having applications so revolutionary the disruptive effect was compared to the advent of electricity—graphene. This “wonder” material also earned the accolade of “new black gold”.

For many investors, what the business world could do with graphene was more important than its composition or how it is made. And the list of applications read like something out of science fiction.


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Archer Exploration (AXE) is a diversified miner focusing on natural resources needed by modern technologies, like graphite, magnesite, cobalt, manganese, and copper. Archer has two graphite projects under development in South Australia.

The company was involved in the creation of the ARC (Australian Research Council) Graphene Hub at the University of Adelaide, an ongoing relationship. Archer is moving into graphene and other advanced carbon materials, working with the University of Adelaide for human health applications. Working together, Archer and the University recently announced the development of a graphene-based ink used to print electronic circuits with an inkjet printer. The company intends to pursue intellectual property rights for use of the graphene printing components in biosensor applications in human health.

In addition, the company acquired an online graphite and graphene market place, Carbon Alltropes. Archer’s intent is to use the site for distribution purposes once its graphite mines begin producing. Carbon Alltropes also offers project innovation and scientific services.

http://www.thebull.com.au/premium/a/77664-...-disrupted.html



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Today's ann ->
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• Initial purification work by Urbix has shown that Archer’s Campoona
graphite is suitable for purification to HF-equivalent purification
grades of +98% using non-HF purification processes.

• Potential capital cost savings for Archer of approximately $14M over
the life of the Campoona Graphite Project could result if toll
processing in North America is pursued.


• Archer’s Campoona graphite maintained its hallmark, structural nearperfection
down to the atomic scale after purification processing,
retaining its potential for commercial applications.

• The preliminary results provide encouragement for the continuing
joint development of additional purification process optimisation,
technology licensing, and toll processing services for the Campoona
Graphite Project with Urbix


Urbix recently announced a binding sales agreement with ASX- BAT for up to 11 000 t/y of graphite concentrate. In addition BAT has also signed a binding test-work term sheet and memorandum of understanding (MoU) covering toll treatment and technology commercialisation with Urbix.

https://urbixresources.com/about-us/
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Apr 27 2018, 02:56 PM

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As per my comments in the post below ->>> "Sounds like the new CEO's, Dr Mohammad Choucair, pet project? What ever happened to AXE being - "Focused on developing the company's advanced graphite and magnesite projects and continuing the development of new cobalt and copper discoveries" - as per their website?"


First non core asset being sold - Leigh Creek Magnesite - $2 mil, give or take, for a project described as follows seems cheap

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The Leigh Creek Magnesia Project is located approximately 20 kilometres northwest of Leigh Creek Township, South Australia (Figure 1) and is the world’s largest cryptocrystalline
magnesite deposit. The Magnesia Project is the world’s largest deposit of its type and hosts 48% of world cryptocrystalline (small grained) magnesite resources.


BTW - new website for their new focus - https://archerx.com.au/


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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jan 20 2018, 07:30 PM

As per my comments in the post below ->>> "Sounds like the new CEO's, Dr Mohammad Choucair, pet project? What ever happened to AXE being - "Focused on developing the company's advanced graphite and magnesite projects and continuing the development of new cobalt and copper discoveries" - as per their website?"

Looks like non-graphite assets are no longer a focus, as per today's ann - Strategic review of options for non-graphite assets,including IPO
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Apr 19 2018, 10:15 PM

SP up 23%, volume 1.9 mil, following announcement re the Jamieson Tank manganese project

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Jamieson Tank manganese project
Highlights

• Test work by independent laboratory confirms that manganese from
Archer’s Jamieson Tank project can make electrolytic manganese dioxide
(EMD).

• EMD is a critical component used in the manufacture of cathodes for
lithium ion, alkali and other types of batteries, and is the fastest area of
growth in manganese production.


• The development of the Jamieson Tank manganese project is consistent
with Archer’s new advanced materials and reliable energy storage focus.

• Jamieson Tank is within 2km of the proposed Sugarloaf Graphite
Processing Facility.

• Jamieson Tank was drilled by previous explorers and Archer expects to
announce a JORC compliant manganese exploration target in the coming
weeks.


A thread I created a while back regarding manganese - http://www.sharescene.com/index.php?showto...mp;hl=manganese
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