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CTM, CENTAURUS METALS LIMITED
nipper
post Posted: Mar 29 2021, 09:01 AM
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Oct 19 2020, 09:57 AM

Scoping Study completed ... Market cap $250M

Base Case
➢ Production of nickel concentrate via a conventional 2.7Mtpa nickel flotation circuit
➢ Base Case nickel price assumption of US$7.50/lb (US$16,530/tonne)

Strong Financial Returns
➢ Post‐tax NPV8 of ~US$453 million (~A$604 million)
➢ Post-tax IRR of ~54%
➢ Post-tax capital payback of ~1.9 years from first nickel concentrate production
➢ Net Revenue totalling ~US$2.42 billion (~A$3.23 billion)
➢ EBITDA totalling ~US$1.23 billion (~A$1.64 billion)
➢ Average Annual Free Operating Cash Flow (Pre-tax) of ~US$109 million (~A$145 million)

Physical Parameters
➢ Production Target of 32.8Mt @ 0.84% Ni for 275,600t of contained nickel
➢ Production Target comprises 61% Indicated Mineral Resources and 39% Inferred Mineral Resources
➢ Initial 10-year Mill Feed2 of 24.0Mt @ 1.08% Ni for 260,300t of contained nickel
➢ LOM recovered nickel of 203,300t (~20ktpa annual average nickel in concentrate grading 15.8% Ni)
➢ First production is targeted for the end of 2024, based on current environmental approvals timeline
➢ Ideally positioned to meet forecast growth in demand for Class 1 nickel from the EV battery market

Operating Costs & Capital Costs
➢ Low LOM C1 cash costs of operations of ~US$2.41/lb
➢ LOM AISC of ~US$2.97/lb
➢ Pre-production CAPEX (including contingency) of ~US$178 million

Uniquely Positioned to be a Long-Term Sustainable Nickel Producer
➢ Power for the Project to be delivered from predominantly renewable sources (hydroelectric and solar generation) through the Brazilian power grid
➢ Significantly lower carbon footprint from processing of sulphide ore compared to laterites



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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
nipper
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In Reply To: ejcstars's post @ Feb 22 2018, 07:59 AM

There is a good review on Home page


https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2020/10/16/cen...aguar-prospect/



Key Catalyst

Drilling at the Jaguar Central Deposit intersects thick semi massive to massive nickel sulphides, confirming downdip extensions of previous high grade intercepts which remain open.

CTM is reaping the rewards of maintaining focused exploration activity, following its recent company making acquisition of Vale's 100% owned Jaguar Nickel Sulphide Project in Brazil. Jaguar represents an at surface nickel sulphide project, where a maiden JORC 2012 compliant resource of 48.0mt @ 1.08% Ni for 517,500 tonnes of nickel was recently announced to the market.

The Jaguar Deposit is unique in the nickel sulphide space, as the high grade nickel sulphide mineralisation comes almost to surface, whilst also continuing at depth. More than 80% of the nickel metal in the maiden Resource lies within 200m of surface, demonstrating the strong open pit potential of the Project. Jaguar is already one of the largest near surface undeveloped nickel sulphide projects in the world and CTMs deepest hole to date extends to a depth of just 300m, which in a nickel sulphide context means CTM has only just scratched the surface.



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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
ejcstars
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In Reply To: ShareScene.com's post @ May 3 2010, 03:46 PM

CTM has huge potential- get ready for an awesome ride...currently 1.2c

watch this space!!!

 
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CENTAURUS METALS LIMITED (CTM)

Thankyou
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Blueballs
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About time something happened, was beginning to think they were going to sit back and get fat on that $10 million.

Glengarry Resources appoints new CEO, on prowl for acquisition
With a relatively strong cash position of just under $10 million, Glengarry Resources (ASX: GGY) is the envy of many junior mining companies. Finding a new project that fits the company's acquisition criteria will be the interesting part given competition for deals involving near term development projects. Assisting the cause, Glengarry has appointed a new Managing Director Darren Gordon, formerly Chief Financial Officer of Gindalbie Metals Ltd (ASX: GBG). With 15 years in the resources sector, 9 years of which were at Gindalbie, Gorden has staked his claim acquiring a 15% interest in Glengarry. Glengarry is focussing on securing a new project that is capable of being developed within 18 to 24 months to deliver a strong cash flow to the Company. The preference is for gold, iron ore or base metal projects that already have an established resource and which can be acquired at the asset level. The company ...
Proactive Investors - 11:48 a.m. 16th June 2009

 
Blueballs
post Posted: Apr 20 2009, 10:32 PM
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Well a few things happening on the GGY front. KZL sells and no wonder:

Kagara has $50 million of debt maturing in June and another $100 million maturing in November. This zinc and copper company has already closed out its copper hedges, and had a small capital raising. A lower commodity price environment means thinner margins. Kagara may have to sell a project or two, such as Lounge Lizard or Admiral Bay, to reduce debt, but it’s unclear what these projects would fetch in the current climate.

And they appoint a new director that owns 7,000,000 shares. And the new director ( Didier M Murcia, LLB, BJuris ) just happens to be a Non-Executive Director of Gindalbie Metals.

With drilling of the Citadel project supposidely starting soon, and having director of a gold producing company at the helm, we might finally get some of this "shareholder wealth" they keep harping on about. Time will tell, but it was good to see the s/p hit 5 cents today........


 


kiwi kid
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In reply to: james938 on Wednesday 25/06/08 03:15pm

So will I . I have over 500000 of them!
KK

 
james938
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In reply to: tonyfarr on Tuesday 24/06/08 07:48pm

grrr.gif please count me in,i'm incensed at ggy management,have a substantial holding woul definitly vote NO AGAINST SALE.[COLOR=blue]

 
tonyfarr
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In reply to: Blueballs on Tuesday 24/06/08 07:36pm

hi Blueballs, we are trying to form a group, 9 of us, to share ideas for a plan to see if we could get a better deal for Maitland & of course GGY
regards, tony

my email
tonyfarr@aapt.net.au

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Blueballs
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In reply to: tonyfarr on Saturday 21/06/08 11:51am

Yes Tony, I'm really at a loss to explain the share price action of GGY after the announcement sadsmiley02.gif

 
 


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