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Petaquilla Minerals Ltd T.PTQ

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold
Alternate Symbol(s):  PTQMF

Petaquilla Minerals Ltd explores for gold in Panama. The Company operates the Molejon gold mine in Panama and owns exploration and development stage projects in Spain and Portugal.
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Volume: 121,791 | Day High/Low: 0.105/0.095 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.51/0.09


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RE:Cobre Panama shut down

Nothing,it's overpriced at a dime....  rate and reply
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Cobre Panama shut down

"Minera Panama, a subsidiary of Canada’s First Quantum Minerals Ltd, said on Thursday it has shut down until further notice a $6.4-billion copper project in the country, citing labor disruptions" So...read more
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RE:debt

NO...worse that can happen is your shares being worthless.  rate and reply
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debt

A question: As shareholders can we be held responsible for the bank debt?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Show Me The Money

as I said before - the whole management team must be fired including the board, credibility is the major issue here, I said that years ago.  rate and reply
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Next Disaster - Year End Financials

I guess we won't hear anything from the company until late August when the year-end financial statements are due.  Then we will know the liabilities balance after DB and other bank payoffs.  How much...read more
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RE:RE:Show Me The Money

Not only has Fifer ran the company into the ground,requiring huge injections of cash,raised through "equity finacing" ,resulting in massive dilution,to add insult to  injury,he has collected his...read more
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RE:Show Me The Money

The first thing you need to come to grips with is this management sucks and has nothing to be concerned about but themselves. MJK is right there with them and of course very pleased with their record...read more
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Show Me The Money

That's right Paul, if we assert our rights to develop Lomero Potayos with the Spainish Government, what's the government going to say?  Sure, go ahead. just make sure you meet the develpment...read more
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First Things First

Before you spend a lot of money German Investor.  The shareholders need to know if it's a waste of time or not.  You can argue that certain liabilities on the balance sheet are cash related or not...read more
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To the frogs in boiling water

Jump!  rate and reply
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RE:As Usual

I think we're skinned and cooked for the reasons you gave. Currently we don't even have the rights to Spain to mine and how he would get the money to start it up is beyond me because nobody in their...read more
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As Usual

Very few facts and no details what so ever.   Par for the course.  The $850 cash cost per ounce doesn't sound understated. So 48,000 ounces per year starting October 1 meens cash profits of $22...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

Not being a geologist or mining expert, I don't know if it would have been feasible or not. I'm just saying the two types of dirt would have been very different and most likely the plant would have...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

If shipping the ore to Panama never was feasible in the first place a legitimate question was why did we even go into the LomPoy to start with?Was it to facilitate the very profitable "flip" Fifer...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

Yes, the ore in Spain would be much different than that in Panama. In fact, all the BS about sending the ore from Spain to be processed at Molejon would most likely have not worked either or the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

Good points especially the one about fifer trying to hang on as long as he can.  I've been reading up on the processing of gold from massive sulfide deposits and it differs from the carbon-in-pulp...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

I think Fifer wants to move the plant.  Qualified people within the Company say that won't work. I guess that may be explained in whatever this plan is they have for moving  forward. At any rate it...read more
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RE:RE:Go German Investor, Go

Thanks goldpet, that's two sources now that say the plant is going to be moved.  rate and reply
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RE:You made my Ignore List

Hammer, not sure who your post is directed at.  I know I am one of those who sometimes pokes fun at shareholders of PTQ and other doomed companies.  But there is a point to it: to shake people out of...read more