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The investment case for Tharisa PLC has several powerful strands to it both on an absolute and relative basis. Pricing for PGMs remain relatively strong as does the chrome price which has risen 95% since the start of the year (the Tharisa share price has meanwhile fallen 13%). Optimisation and innovation at its large-scale flagship asset, Tharisa Mine, is delivering production growth and cost savings to offset inflation. Growth is also soon to accelerate with delivery of Karo, due in 2024, a tec
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Last week Tamesis visited a number of Tharisa PLC's assets including the Tharisa Mine and Arxo Metals Beneficiation Site (AMBS) in South Africa and the Karo Platinum Project in Zimbabwe. Overall it was an extremely well received trip with evidence of efficiency improvements at the Tharisa mine, unexpected cash generation from the Vulcan Plant, further cash from the Salene Chrome Plant and, it also impressed on us that the Zimbabwe risk to the build out of Karo is lower than the market perhaps th
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A typically strong operational performance at Kounrad and materially higher realised zinc prices at Sasa versus the year-ago period helped CAML overcome industry-common cost inflation pressure to post a 16% increase in EBITDA and widen its margin to an impressive 63%. This in turn has given the group confidence to declare a record interim dividend of 10p, which annualised puts CAML on a compelling yield of 9%. Despite increasing metals markets volatility and the potential for further inflationar
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Longboat Energy (LBE LN)C; Target price of £1.25 per share: Copernicus is dry - The Copernicus exploration well on licence PL1017 was dry. The well failed to encounter any effective reservoir. This was a high risk well. Drilling was much quicker than anticipated. As a result, the cost of the well was materially under budget, suggesting that the balance sheet of the company could be stronger than our current assumption. We reduce our ta
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H1 2022 results and farm out update
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Central Asia Metals (CAML LN) reported record H1 results on the back of robust production and higher commodity prices. H1 2022 net revenue of US$114m was up 13% YoY, EBITDA of US$75m was up 16% YoY and the EBITDA margin increased 2pp to 63%. An FX gain of US$7m, combined with the reductions in interest payments from debt reduction and higher profits meant net income was up 72% YoY to US$53m. With capex this year weighted to H2, the company’s free cash flow metric was up 7% YoY to US$52m enabling
Falcon's Beetaloo JV partner, Origin Energy has announced its intention to exit all of its upstream exploration permits as part of a strategic decision to focus on cleaner energy and customer solutions. As part of this strategy, Origin has agreed to divest 100% of its interest in the Beetaloo Basin to a JV of Tamboran Resources and Bryan Sheffield for an upfront consideration of A$60m and a 5.5% royalty on future production from Origin's 77.5% working interest. At US$60m the upfront consideratio
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H1 was a mixed half for Bushveld, the continuing strong performance of Vametco offset by unexpected challenges associated with the commissioning and subsequent ramp up of Kiln 3 at Vanchem. The latter has prompted the group to reduce full-year group production guidance (with unit cost expectations increased somewhat), though we still expect positive EBITDA for the full-year and H2 capex and debt repayment obligations look adequately covered. The year-exit production rate target of 5,000-5,400t p
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Condor Gold (“CNR”) has announced completion of the La India Open Pit Feasibility Study (“FS”), an important milestone as CNR advances the project towards development. The headline results show a post-tax IRR of 23% and NPV of US$87m using a gold price of US$1,600/oz and 5% WACC. Initial capital expenditure is estimated at US$105m and all-in sustaining costs of US$1,039/oz for annual average output of 82kozpa gold for the first 6 years of an 8.4 year mine life. The FS provides a solid base again
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Trinity has announced that the first two wells in its fully funded onshore six well drilling campaign have come in on prognosis, confirming Trinity%u2019s pre-drill models and expectations. Both wells are currently on production test, with all four low angle wells to be drilled as part of the campaign to be onstream before the end of 2022. It is expected that in aggregate, these four wells will contribute to an increase of 200-250bopd. Production is expected to continue to increase into Q1/23, s
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I3 Energy announced that it has commenced operations for the drilling of the Serenity appraisal well in the North Sea and that actual drilling operations are expected to occur later this week with the programme expected to last 30 days.
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