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TTW - TopTung Limited

Discussion in 'Stocks Q-Z' started by Miner, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. Miner

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    Hi
    Has any one got news about the forthcoming Krucible Metals ?
    It seems the directors are holding 50% and public will have 50% of total shares.
    It is already open but not sure how cold or hot the issue is.
    Does any one know the promoters, lead manager or underwriter of the issue ?

    Regards

    Miner
     
  2. Miner

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    Re: KRB - Krucible Metals

    Poor Me :mad:
    Looks like I am the only reader and contributor for Krucible Metals post since one month.
    Any way if any one has punted on this the share is going to be listed on Thursday 11.30 AM Sydney time.
    I got some allotment . Hope it will not follow the trend of IRL which commenced at 40 cents on listing and dived to 18 cents now.
    Regards
     
  3. bvbfan

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    Re: KRB - Krucible Metals

    Google it and you'll probably find another forum that its been discussed on

    Even did the search for you...
     
  4. springhill

    springhill Make the drill work for YOU

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    Re: KRB - Krucible Metals

    No post on KRB for 4 years.

    They have a host of projects outlined below.

    KORELLA PHOSPHATE DEPOSIT
    Environmental approval issued for Korella Mining Lease.
    http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20120504/pdf/4262j1tymsprcz.pdf

    Final Stage of mining lease application completed.
    http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20120627/pdf/42726td758k78g.pdf

    The Korella Phosphate Deposit (5 million tonnes @ 30.8% P2O5) is located close to the Government rail line and the Phosphate Hill Mine and Processing Plant (owned and operated by Incitec Pivot) and other important infrastructure such as accommodation, sealed roads, gas pipeline and airport.

    After the grant of the Mining Lease and assuming an injection of funds into the Project
    Krucible will embark on the final stages of the Feasibility Study – this will involve
    *Infill and Geotechnical drilling to define an upgraded JORC Resource
    *Pit Optimisation and scheduling by Independent Consultants
    *Revised costings for CAPEX and operating costs to determine the economies of the Project
    *Bulk Sampling supplied to potential customers for Offtake Agreements for Direct Shipping Ore

    The current F.O.B. price of rock phosphate from North Africa is quoted at about $185- $200 per tonne. It is believed that Korella rock phosphate could offer competitive advantages to customers in Australia and South East Asia because of security of supply, purity of product and closer geographical proximity.
    A Scoping Study for the Korella Phosphate deposit gave an indicative Net Present Value (NPV) of $83million (based on rock phosphate price of $200/tonne and a minimum mine life of 6 years at 600,000 tpa (this is a good fit with Queensland Rail Scheduling).
    Krucible is actively engaging with a number of companies, who have signed Confidentiality Agreements, in an effort to secure funding for the Project. Discussions to date have been positive and should advance when the Mining Lease is granted.

    OTHER AREAS FOR PHOSPHATE EXPLORATION
    Krucible has recently completed a Study of Regional Potential for Phosphate Resources that covers a number of tenements, including Corella Bore, Pilgrim Fault, Stranger Creek, Merlin Tank and Isa West (see FIGURE 1 for Phosphate tenements).
    It is concluded that there is potential for over 100 million tonnes of phosphate enrichment zones within the prospective Cambrian host (the Beetle Creek Group) in the Krucible tenement package. Further drill testing will be required to test the validity of these projections.

    As has been reported previously a JORC Inferred Resource of 7MT @ 0.93kg/tonne Yttrium Oxide (Y2O3) has been outlined at Korella, with scope to add to this resource.

    OTHER AREAS FOR RARE EARTHS
    Work to date by Krucible has outlined a number of areas enriched in Rare Earths (mainly valuable heavy Rare Earths – HREE, such as Yttrium, Dysprosium, Neodymium and Europium as well as Uranium). The Company objective is to outline over 15 million tonnes of enriched material at shallow depths, to justify a Rare Earth processing operation.
    These areas are Yttro, Coorabulka and Isa West – it is anticipated that the Company will outline more areas utilising the geological models for sedimentary enrichment that have been developed at Korella and Yttro

    GARNET DRILLING / SQUIRREL HILLS
    A total of 7 R.C. percussion holes were drilled at Garnet for 1,284 metres. The program was cut short (9 holes for approximately 1,650 metres planned) due to the onset of wet weather in black soil country.

    The best results are outlined below;
    SQRC20 4m @ 1210ppm Copper from 116m
    & 2m @ 120ppm Uranium from 174m
    SQRC22 4m @ 77ppm Uranium from 168m
    SQRC23 3m @ 1960ppm Copper from 129m
    SQRC24 2m @ 85ppm Uranium from 125m
    2m @ 1940ppm Copper from 145m
    2m @ 1475ppm Copper from 180m
    SQRC25 3m @ 74ppm Uranium from 77m

    COWIE MAG
    Further extension lag sampling is planned at Cowie Mag in the next Quarter. This will be followed up by infill soil sampling surveys, to better define the Copper, Molybdenum, Zinc and Gold lag anomalies outlined to date (on 400 x 400m spacing) as well as outlining possible Silver anomalies. The depth of basement bedrock at Cowie is generally only 1-10 metres (beneath ground cover) and its’ proximity to the Cannington Mine and the Cowie
    Lead/Silver working make it an attractive target area that has not yet been properly drill tested.

    MERLIN TANK
    Geophysical modelling of strong magnetic and conductive anomalies are currently being carried out on the PUMA Prospect – as mentioned in the previous Quarterly Report a SAM Survey (Sub Audio Magnetics) survey was carried out in late 2011 and this highlighted anomalies under cover (40-60 metres) which are considered to be similar to Copper/Gold mineralisation at the Selwyn and Houdini deposits (Ivanhoe Australia Ltd). A drill program
    will be planned for PUMA after the geophysical and geological interpretation has been completed.






    COORABULKA
    As well as known Rare Earth Elements at the surface, the Coorabulka tenement is considered to be very prospective for Broken Hill – Cannington style basemetal mineralisation at depth. This is because of the strong and complex magnetic anomaly outlined by the Government aeromagnetic survey. This anomaly is considered to be similar to Cannington. Surface sampling from sediments has returned Lead values up to 0.16% Pb – this may be leakage from primary mineralisation at depth.

    TOOMBA
    Field exploration is set to commence in June 2012 at Toomba. R.C. percussion and diamond drilling is planned at CHAMP and other Prospects. As reported previously first pass and shallow drilling by Krucible at CHAMP intersected up to 3% Copper – the maximum depth of drilling to date is 80 metres. It is planned to test the Copper/Gold/ Bismuth mineralisation both at depth and adjacent to the structure at CHAMP where magnetic anomalies, associated with listric faults (see below) have been identified

    KAMARAN DOWNS
    Krucible is having difficulty gaining access to this ground because of the required Compensation / Access Agreement with the Pastoral leaseholder – it is hoped to reach agreement in May 2012. Deep drilling (300-500 metres) is planned for August 2012, as part of the Government’s Collaborative Drilling Initiative ($150,000 contribution to drill costs).
    However a Joint Venture partner will be sought to fund the testing of this large Aeromagnetic/Gravity Anomaly (see below) which may be indicative of Olympic Dam style Copper/Gold/Uranium mineralisation



    TOBERMOREY
    Little work has been done to date on this tenement which is considered to be prospective for Carlin Style Gold mineralisation (see cover page) as well as Iron Oxide Copper Gold associated with magnetic anomalies. Field work is scheduled to commence in May 2012.

    Director Alston continues to add to his already sizeable holdings.
    http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20120606/pdf/426ppjbhfhmdv4.pdf
    http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20120606/pdf/426pmbqwkqw42c.pdf
    http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20120518/pdf/426brzmq2rlpkr.pdf
     

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  5. burglar

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    MD's statement to shareholders:
    http://www.asx.com.au/asx/statistics/displayAnnouncement.do?display=pdf&idsId=01311138
    Excerpt from statement:
    Nice rise in SP today!

    Last $0.095

    Up 23.38%
     
  6. Vader

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    Re: KRB - Krucible Metals

    Does anyone know the reason why the Managing Director (Allan Branch) had his allocation of directors options voted down at the recent shareholder meeting? The other two directors on the card had their allocations passed easily... so what did the MD do to get his voted down?

    I notice there have been a couple of directors leave recently... so is it just a clash or personalities or something along those lines? did he go all noble and say he didn't want them?... or is there some deeper issue why he would have had his options voted down?

    Just curious... there wasn't anything in his message to shareholders indicating any problems (in fact things seem to be progressing quite well towards starting production).

    Any ideas?

    EDIT: Nevermind... I think I've found the reason - he was only appointed in May (after the previous MD stepped down)... so I don't think it's anything other than he's only been there for 2 seconds and probably doesn't deserve anything yet.
     
  7. burglar

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    ?:confused:
     
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    On August 31st, 2015, Krucible Metals Limited (KRB) changed its name and ASX code to TopTung Limited (TTW).
     
  10. greggles

    greggles I'll be back!

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    TopTung Limited has announced the 100% acquisition of Australian Company Zeus Minerals Ltd, an Advanced Nickel-Copper Sulphide focused explorer with two principal project areas that encompass three highly prospective sub-projects located in Quebec, Canada.

    Zeus Minerals will be purchased under a Share Sale and Purchase Agreement which includes:
    • A non-refundable cash deposit of $50,000, which will be paid out of existing cash reserves, which will enable the Company to conduct 30 days due diligence at its absolute discretion.
    • $1,250,000 share consideration, payable by the issue of 35,714,286 fully paid ordinary shares at a deemed issue price of 3.5c each to the Zeus vendors (in their respective proportions), who are not related parties to the Company.
    The market liked the announcement and TTW is up 9.52% to 4.6c so far today.

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  11. Miner

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    Greggles
    Great posting.
    Plus you are keeping Joe on the job too. Since this thread was started in about three years back your posting is the first one after 3 years.
    What could be the lack of interest on this thread ? Is it related to the future of stock or something else.
    I do not hold but got interested now.
    Cheers
     

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