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Athabasca Minerals Inc V.ABM

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Athabasca Minerals Inc is a mineral exploration and management company. It acquires, explores and develops mineral claims located in the Fort McMurray area for the purpose of extracting salt, silica sand and other minerals.
Price: $2.79 | Change: +$0.51 | %Change: +22.37%
Volume: 1.5m | Day High/Low: 2.93/2.26 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.20/0.92

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Does this read right?

ABM) is pleased to announce that it has received approval from Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development ("ESRD") for the right to work and remove sand from SML 130021 for a term of .. ...read more
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From the IV BB

An interesting assessment from another BB. GLTA Re: ABM    That's a little more simplistic than I would like, but here's my take.   500,000 tonne per year operation.   Margins of $40/tonne...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:here come the know it alls.....

the sooner the better... i agree with you, if dundee or someone came out with a positive note tomorrow, stock could easily pop thru all time highs i cant imagne anyone selling a large amount of stock...read more
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RE:RE:RE:here come the know it alls.....

You could be right but I doubt we are talking weeks. I think we will see all-time highs by end of week or early next week. Not really all that far to go and the story will get out and momentum should...read more
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RE:RE:here come the know it alls.....

i agree... but whether or not it goes up tomorow is immaterial.... this stock will hover around 2.50-3$ till the short sighted longd are gone, could be two ro three days then this stock takes off, we...read more
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RE:here come the know it alls.....

fib: they are just trying to get in as cheap as they can. Guys, hate to tell you but this boat has sailed. More upward pressure tomorrow I imagine.  rate and reply
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here come the know it alls.....

right on schedule glta  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Now Capex needs to increase

There is a glut of frac sand on the market now here in Canada. Its Also only a pilot program . First sales won't be until 2016 so no rush to get franchising done.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Now Capex needs to increase

My thought as well. I'm sure there is enough demand from the oil industry that someone would advance funds to lock up supply. It's not like there is much risk left in moving to production.  rate and reply
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RE:Now Capex needs to increase

Can't they sign up some buyers and raise debt? the required Capex is not massive, I would have thought.  rate and reply
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Now Capex needs to increase

Lots of work ahead to get this producing - Any thoughts on SP for first issue of additional stock? $2.50 - $3.00 I think although I believe Dundee at one point thought the first financing would be at...read more
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lining up at 2.80$......

show me the $$$$$$ glta  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Firebag has been approved

Excellent news  rate and reply
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RE:Firebag has been approved

YES!!  rate and reply
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Firebag has been approved

Athabasca Minerals Inc. Receives Approval for Firebag Silica Sand Project EDMONTON, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Aug 26, 2014) -  Athabasca Minerals Inc. ("Athabasca" or the "Corporation") (TSX VENTURE...read more
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yes thank u betbigger.... i have been increasing my position with confidence glta  rate and reply
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BETBIGGER thanks for the adavance info. Great source  rate and reply
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lets go abm longs.....

get your rally caps on, this has got to be permit news, the only thing better would be a merger/jv/buyout from a big american frac sand player glta  rate and reply
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stock has been halted

EOM  rate and reply
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RE:betbigger: financing will be done for lower than current

yeah, usually these come at a small dioscount, but if the opt for flow-though financing it may actually come at a small premium. I would think if they have offtake agreements in place the bulk of...read more