coal

Mark Gordon

Following on from a robust PFS, Allegiance Coal (ASX:AHQ) has recently commenced a Feasibility Study on its 100% owned Telkwa Coal Project in British Columbia, for which the Company is targeting first production by 2020 and which has Saleable Reserves of 42.5Mt of metallurgical coal. Show More

Mark Gordon

Strong investor interest has continued in the junior and mid-cap resources stocks through 2017. Despite a relatively flat first half of the year, the second half has seen a 20-30% increase in the relevant ASX indices on the back of steadily improving metals prices, particularly in the base and battery... Show More

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Antipodes Partners

Electricity generation in Europe is undergoing a major transformation. Many investors think that the “new world” (i.e. renewables, batteries and smart grids) is going to wipe out the “old world” (i.e. centralised baseload generated from nuclear and fossil fuels). Whilst we do accept that there will be a transition we... Show More

Mark Gordon

The Telkwa Metallurgical Coal Project, into which Allegiance is earning 90%, has the potential to produce PCI or SSCC metallurgical products at FOB costs of ~US$55/tonne, within the lowest 5% of the global seaborne trade, and thus providing a buffer against adverse price movements. The potential for a low-cost operation... Show More

Mark Gordon

Despite a flat few months (and some EOFY selling), there continues to be strong investor interest and good value in the junior to mid-cap resources 18 months into the current cycle, particularly for those companies with quality management and projects. Gold is holding its ground at around US$1250/oz, and despite... Show More

Mark Gordon

The junior resources market is continuing the momentum that started in 2016. Although we saw the gold price, which has been one of the main drivers of the recovery in the sector, fall in the latter part of the year, it has now recovered and is trading back above US$1,200/oz.... Show More

John Robertson

Whitehaven Coal (WHC:AU), an expanding New South Wales coal producer, has been rated ‘3+’ on the PortfolioDirect five point rating scale. Strong share price gains have left the market price within 5% of the PortfolioDirect assessed value. There is now less scope for company initiated activities to precipitate a further... Show More