Garibaldi Resources Corp
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Tijdje niet gevolgd dit fonds,wat een glijvlucht deze ook.
idd, maar was een mooie trade tot een tijdje terug.
Jammer dat de hele sector negatief is.
Vast een keer andere tijden in de toekomst.
Rebound is sinds enige weken aan de gang, was CAD 0,70 eind mei, CAD 1,27 nu. Men speculeert op assay resultaten 1/2 juli tot begin augustus.
ik blijf er ver van weg. Enkele high grade pods, maar lijkt niet economisch en noteert duur vr het eventuele succes (vinden van meer en grotere pods). Traden op eigen risico, investeren, nee bedankt.
CAD 1,77. MTS in de slipstream op CAD 0,90.
Waarom de nikkelprijs zo snel stijgt.
Door REDACTIE DFT
Gisteren, 18:45 in FINANCIEEL
De vraag naar nikkel is naar het hoogste punt in een jaar tijd gestegen. Nikkel wordt gebruikt voor batterijauto’s en de enorme vraag naar stekkerwagens heeft de prijs opgedreven.
Donderdag ging de dagprijs door de grens van $15.000 per ton heen.
Dit jaar scoort een belegging in nikkel 41% rendement en presteert daarmee onder basismetalen beter dan zink en koper, veel gebruikt in woningbouw. De voorraden zijn in zes jaar niet zo gering geweest.
Vrijdag reageerde de markt met een hoog volume in termijncontracten, handelaren voorzien in september een nieuwe periode met krapte.
Veel nikkel komt uit Indonesische mijnen. Dat land heeft een volledige stop op export van mineralen tot 2022 ingesteld.
Na zeven winstdagen op rij is dit de sterkste opmars in prijs sinds oktober vorig jaar geworden.
Het metaal nikkel is nodig om roestvrijstaal te produceren. De prijs fluctueert sterk. Vooral de opkomst van batterijauto’s zou de behoefte aan het metaal hebben versterkt.
Het verbruik op het totaal is nog beperkt, zo’n 4% voor de hele sector van elektrische autoproductie.
Sinds begin deze maand is het tarief op de termijnmarkt met een vijfde gestegen. De prijs speelt leveranciers als Glencore, Vale en Norilsk in de kaart.
GARIBALDI DRILLS 18.2 METERS OF 7% NICKEL
AND 3.8% COPPER AT NICKEL MOUNTAIN
Vancouver, British Columbia, September 12, 2019 - Garibaldi Resources (TSXV: GGI) (the “Company” or “Garibaldi”) is pleased to provide the following Nickel Mountain update including additional assay results as 2019 diamond drilling continues to build out Northwest British Columbia’s first magmatic nickel-copper-rich sulphide system in the heart of the prolific Eskay Camp.
• Drill hole EL-19-53, filling a gap on the northwest part of the Lower Discovery Zone (LDZ), has cut 30.2 meters of 4.74% nickel and 3.22% Cu (plus cobalt and precious metals) including 18.2 meters of 7.04% nickel and 3.81% copper within a broader intercept of 86.5 meters (65 m to 151.5 m) averaging 1.88% nickel and 1.32% copper (true width estimated at 69.2 meters);
• Drill hole EL-19-48 has intersected 7.12% nickel and 3.34% copper over 4.76 meters within 44.5 meters of 1.20% nickel and 0.79% copper (true width estimated at 35.6 meters), widening the LDZ by 12 meters to the northeast;
• Drill hole EL-19-54 (assays pending) has extended the Lower and Upper Discovery Zones to the west by 14 meters and 33.5 meters, respectively. Significantly, it has also intersected strongly mineralized olivine gabbro at depth (302 m to 324.7 m) in a second magma chamber that plunges toward the southeast where a potential feeder zone may exist. EL-19-54 cut six separate intervals of mineralization totaling 142 meters including a total of 8.9 meters of massive sulphides and 133 meters of mineralized gabbro and sediments;
• Additional assaying by SGS and Actlabs of selected interval samples reported in 2017 and 2018 has revealed that the Nickel Mountain massive sulphides are unusually enriched with rhodium, iridium, osmium and ruthenium compared to global magmatic sulphide mineralization.
Steve Regoci, Garibaldi President and CEO, commented: “The improved structural understanding of the known zones at Nickel Mountain is leading to increasingly robust results and new discoveries. It has also aided us in developing strategic new drill pad locations that now allow our crews to explore the E&L from a different geometry.
“We eagerly anticipate providing investors with additional updates including multiple new assay results during the second half of September,” Regoci added.
Drill Hole EL-19-53
EL-19-53, processed on a rush basis, represents the widest massive sulphide intercept (18.2 meters) and the longest section of continuous mineralization (86.5 meters) east of the historic E&L deposit since Garibaldi discovered the high-grade Lower and Upper Discovery Zones in its first-ever drill program at Nickel Mountain in 2017.
Dr. Peter Lightfoot, Technical Adviser to Garibaldi, commented: “The spectacular 18.24m interval of high-grade massive sulphide from the Lower Discovery Zone in EL-19-53 demonstrates the continuity of the mineralization, and encourages further drilling to establish the vertical and lateral extent of this exceptionally valuable style of mineralization.
“Drilling from a strategic new platform is also very significant as Garibaldi takes this unique Northwest British Columbia discovery to an even higher level,” Dr. Lightfoot added.
GARIBALDI FOLLOWS NEW HIGH-GRADE PATHWAYS BELOW LOWER
DISCOVERY ZONE AT NICKEL MOUNTAIN
Vancouver, British Columbia, November 4, 2019 - Garibaldi Resources (TSXV: GGI) (the “Company” or “Garibaldi”) is pleased to report that the latest assay results from Nickel Mountain continue to build on high-grade nickel sulphide mineralization near-surface in multiple zones while significant new potential is being identified at depth with EL-19-54’s confirmation of a mineralized chamber and the discovery of another mineralized chamber, both in addition to the main E&L chamber.
Crews have just completed drill hole EL-19-80, the 34th of this season, as they continue to expand the scale of Northwest British Columbia’s first nickel-copper-rich magmatic sulphide system in all directions. This update includes assays for 11 additional holes through EL-19-61, following previously reported EL-19-53, EL-19-48 and EL-19-47. Jeremy Hanson, Garibaldi VP-Exploration, stated: “Many more assays are yet to come. 2019 will unquestionably be our most productive and significant season yet at Nickel Mountain.”
• For the first time at Nickel Mountain, massive sulphide mineralization has been intersected below the Lower Discovery Zone (LDZ) in a second new chamber starting 202 meters downhole and 50 meters below and 40 meters north of the LDZ in drill hole EL-19-65 (see below, assays pending);
• Drill hole EL-19-54 cut four separate intervals of massive sulphide mineralization totaling 9.7 meters core length, at depths starting from 35 meters, 82 meters, 114 meters and 147 meters, including 4.9 meters grading 5.46% nickel and 3.21% copper. This important hole extended the Upper and Lower Discovery Zones westward and, significantly, intersected 51.2 meters of disseminated nickel sulphide mineralization in a chamber starting 290 meters downhole. In total, EL-19-54 cut 142 meters (core length) of mineralization in multiple intervals (84.4 meters above a combined 1% nickel-copper threshold) including 52.3 meters grading 0.65% nickel and 0.49% copper starting just 32.5 meters from surface;
• The two mineralized chambers greatly expand the potential scale of the E&L system at depth, providing a vector into potential new massive sulphide zones as these chambers exhibit sulphide textures similar to those previously seen only at shallower levels.
Dr. Peter Lightfoot, Technical Advisor to Garibaldi, commented, “One of the grand unifying features of magmatic sulphide deposits is their tendency to occur in differentiated intrusions with chaotic textures. The crystallization products of the magma in these chambers form pipe-like intrusions that provided the magma highways from the mantle to the surface. Examples from the central Asian nickel belt include Karatungk with structurally complex pathways, similar to those now being unraveled at E&L. Strategic deeper drilling at Nickel Mountain has successfully encountered important new intervals of mineralized gabbroic rocks with E&L-style mineralization.”
GARIBALDI DRILLS 15 METERS GRADING 5.25% NICKEL
AND 3.2% COPPER AT NICKEL MOUNTAIN
Vancouver, British Columbia, December 20, 2019 - Vancouver, British Columbia, December 20, 2019 - Garibaldi Resources (TSXV: GGI) (the “Company” or “Garibaldi”) is pleased to announce that the latest assay results from Nickel Mountain include continued robust nickel values and the highest copper and precious metal grades to date at the project. More extensive zones of shallow mineralization are also being outlined at Northwest British Columbia’s first magmatic nickel-copper-rich massive sulphide system in the heart of the prolific Eskay Camp.
• Drill hole EL-19-71 has cut 7.94% nickel, 5.85% copper, 0.16% cobalt, 7.05 g/t palladium, 2.73 g/t platinum, 1.75 g/t gold and 15.81 g/t silver over 4.43 meters within 14.99 meters (estimated true width of 12 meters) highlighted by 5.25% nickel and 3.21% copper in the upper section of the Lower Discovery Zone (LDZ). This hole cut massive sulphides from 142.5 meters to 157.5 meters including a total of 4.9 meters of dykes with mineralization;
• Drill hole EL-19-65 indicates there may be a distal mineralized zone enriched in copper and precious metals as 7.92% copper, 6.33 g/t palladium, 2.69 g/t platinum, 3.0 g/t gold, 40.0 g/t silver and 1.49% nickel were intersected in a chalcopyrite vein between 132.5 and 132.8 meters downhole within one of three wide intervals of mineralization in this hole. EL-19-65 also confirmed (for the first time) nickel-rich massive sulphides 50 meters below the LDZ starting at a depth of 212.4 meters, providing a vector into potential new chambers along structural corridors;
• Drill hole EL-19-64 has produced the widest mineralized intercept to date east of the historic E&L deposit – 103.98 meters grading 0.56% nickel and 0.51% copper starting just 16.7 meters downhole, confirming there is a shallow and well mineralized gabbro directly north of the LDZ. Importantly, EL-19-64 is also the third drill hole to intersect a known chamber 170 meters below the LDZ. This southeast dipping chamber is considered highly prospective for potential concentration of massive sulphides and exhibits high nickel-copper tenor (metal concentration recalculated into 100% sulphide).
Dr. Peter Lightfoot, Garibaldi Technical Adviser, commented: “We’ve made very important strides at the E&L. The plunge extent of the mineralized E&L gabbros are now being tracked by geology and the geochemical signature of the intrusion. Exploration beneath the E&L and to the east has now identified multiple intercepts of gabbro that are possibly segments of the original E&L intrusion. These newly discovered segments of the E&L intrusion are likely parts of a structurally disrupted primary magma chamber which tapped magma from the mantle along an elongated pipe shaped conduit.”
Jeremy Hanson, Garibaldi VP-Exploration, commented: “These latest results emphasize persistent widespread nickel-copper mineralization at Nickel Mountain. Both deeper chambers, in holes 64 and 65, were found utilizing geological and geochemical interpretation as opposed to the use of borehole geophysics alone. These chambers hold excellent exploration potential. Hole 71, drilled to test geometry and compare metallurgy, tenor and grade, shows the propensity of the LDZ to host high precious metal values and very enriched copper to go along with top tier nickel grades.”
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