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1435 Postings, 4145 Tage njimkoAmerican Manganese Inc Prod. Q1/12 Mangan

 
  
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16.05.10 23:44
Der Titel wurde in die Explorer timeline aufgenommen:
http://www.ariva.de/forum/Explorer-timeline-411148

16 American Manganese Inc                              Prod. Q1/2012
http://www.ariva.de/american_manganese_inc-aktie?kx=s
WKN: A0YJSR
Symbol: AMYZF
57,4MioAktien outstanding, 83,7MioAktien fully diluted
Kanada, (nur Pink Sheet)
Mangan 1MrdIbs = 1,3Mrd$, Inferred 9,6MrdIbs, strip ratio 2,5:1, LOM 17Jahre, Kosten 0,44$/Ibs, Minenkosten 90Mio$, max 5$/Aktie
http://www.americanmanganeseinc.com/
http://www.americanmanganeseinc.com/press-releases/
http://amydata.com/data/NI43-101/AtilleryMtn_Aug04_09rev24.pdf
http://www.americanmanganeseinc.com/...illery-peak-manganese-project/
http://www.americanmanganeseinc.com/...-short-form-prospectus-filing/
http://www.ariva.de/american_manganese_inc-aktie?kx=s  

1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicProduktion angepeilt early 2014

 
  
    #2
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24.06.11 20:09
die Property wird aber immer weiter gebohrt und die Manganeseresourcen sind "sehr" groß. Die Grade relativ gering, aber die Produktionskosten können laut Fesibility sehr gering ausfallen.

LG

485 Postings, 4702 Tage zorrroSieht sehr gut aus

 
  
    #3
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25.07.11 17:23
meiens erachtens ein ten bagger..!!   Die Mangan story ist interessanter als der ganze rare earth hype.  

1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicGut erkannt !

 
  
    #4
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25.07.11 17:27
der frühe Vogel....

:D

LG
Marc

485 Postings, 4702 Tage zorrrohier ein Interview

 
  
    #5
29.07.11 17:55
recht interessant:  

485 Postings, 4702 Tage zorrroHier ist es

 
  
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29.07.11 17:57

1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicHier auch ein Interview

 
  
    #7
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10.10.11 18:39

eines Chinesischen 'insiders', sehr interessant, wie ich finde ;) interessanter, als diese Rare earth Sache XD

 

U.S. manganese supply a strategic necessity - Zhang

www.mineweb.co.za/mineweb/view/mineweb/en/page72102

 

LG

Marc

1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicstockhouse friends

 
  
    #8
10.10.11 18:42
CONVENTIONAL MANGANESE RECOVERY PROCESS ONLY ECONOMICAL WITH HIGH GRADE Mn ORE > 40% Mn !

•EXTENSIVE MILLING REQUIREMENTS
•ROASTING – ENERGY INTENSIVE
•DUST HANDLING REQUIREMENTS
•LOW RECOVERY OF Mn

That  grade comment alone should make it so clear as to how impressive it is  what Kemetco came up with. Kemetco used 3% grade and AMY is (  unbelievably )  less than half the cost to produce EMM world-wide.

AMY has done the impossible.

And this goes with above......

GOALS FOR ECONOMICAL RECOVERY FROM LOWER GRADE RESOURCES

•Minimize Milling Requirements
•Avoid High Temperature Roasting Requirements
•Improve Extraction of Mn from Resource
•Efficient Recovery of Water
•Economic Destruction of Un-Wanted By-Products
•ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS – GREEN PROCESS

That's 6 things AMY set out to do.....all 6,,,,check.

"one of a kind "

Gltua !!

Chris
 
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1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicsind alle gerade aufgewacht?

 
  
    #9
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10.10.11 19:17
oder warum steigen wir so extrem. :D

lg
marc

1841 Postings, 4749 Tage BioLogicBrisant

 
  
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13.10.11 16:11
U.S. Facing Supply Risk for Electrolytic Manganese Metal – Part One
by STUART on OCTOBER 11, 2011
[Commentary] We are all well aware of China’s stranglehold on the rare earth metals market, that they produce some 98 percent of global supply and how prices have quadrupled since Beijing began closing illegal mines and restricting exports in the name of environmental protection. Part and parcel of the furor around the US’ “at-risk” position regarding rare earth metals, firms like Lynas andMolycorp have found a much more receptive investor environment for their fund raising, enabling Molycorp to fast-track mine and processing development – not to mention use some of those dollars raised to diversify into investments overseas.
Well, guess what? The US isn’t only at risk on rare earths. An interview inMineweb with Peter Zhang, a Vancouver-based consultant with extensive experience in China and the US, details a potentially even greater risk for US steel and metals companies due to supply constraints of manganese.
The article leads with the rather damning advice that the US Department of Defense named manganese a strategic metal 30 years ago, but that the country is devoid of any electrolytic manganese production, importing it all from — you guessed it — China, with lesser amounts from South Africa. According to the International Manganese Institute, approximately 1.2 million tons of electrolytic manganese metal was produced in 2009, with China accounting for over 95 percent of production.
It is important to be clear we are talking about electrolytic manganese, not ferro-manganese or silico-manganese, which are produced in the US from manganese ores imported from Gabon, but mostly supplied as ferro-alloys imported from South Africa, China and elsewhere. Electrolytic manganese is used as an alloying element in aluminum and copper alloys, as a colorant in bricks, and combined with lithium or nickel in batteries. Indeed, its use in lithium-ion manganese batteries is its fastest and potentially most challenging application — if the US cannot access competitively priced and reliable supplies of manganese, a host of high-tech new applications will be lost to foreign competitors.
Although manganese has been used for years in conventional batteries, its use in the newest generation of batteries for electric vehicles is likely to grab the most attention. According to Resource Investor, one of the first new widespread uses for electrolytic manganese is in the cathodes of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles (EV). This technology is already in use by a number of leading automotive manufacturers.
The Argonne National Laboratory in conjunction with Envia Systems has developed a “high capacity manganese rich cathode” (HCMRC) battery, and they claim it holds twice the charge of other lithium-ion type batteries currently in use, can be recharged in a few minutes and is approximately half the weight of other EV storage batteries as well as having a lower production cost than other comparable lithium-ion type batteries currently under development. Lithium manganese dioxide batteries (Li-Mn2-O4) (LMD) contain 4% lithium, 61% manganese and 35% oxygen by atomic weight.
To be continued in Part Two tomorrow morning.
–Stuart Burns

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