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Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK)

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0.4540 +0.00 (+0.49%)
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  • m
    mark
    I called NAK last Friday and left a vm. I got a call back 730 pm( after market close) as they are 3 hours behind us. I was told they are expecting an imminent decision on the court ruling and there would be upcoming announcements. Obviously no specifics were discussed. The PEA assessment was released this morning and it was an incredibly optimistic document showing huge economic viability. I was told that China had recently acquired huge copper deposits and mines around the world and were becoming the controlling party in world copper reserves . They bought and developed a huge mine in the serbia/Bosnia area . Did the whole thing in under three years. Have also purchased other deposits so they can control world supply. They reiterated that copper will become the new “currency” replacing fossil fuels over time and US will be forced to develop Pebble just to meet our own needs. Our prior biggest opponents, the lunatic greenie fringe might actually become our buddies if they want to accomplish a green economy. I suggested they get involved with heavy social media blitz especially with the new Platform DJT just announced as they have already had tens of millions of people sign up to register….it doesn’t go live until this winter. Getting the word out without censorship is the key. FJT JR really hurt us with his campaign last fall but Americans are feeling everyday the pain of losing our energy independence and losing copper independence is equally damaging. The economic potential of Pebble is absolutely enormous for the state of Alaska, the US as a whole and our energy and natural resource independence. Current administration has in months destroyed our energy independence and we can’t let it happen with other minerals. The guys at NAK were very upbeat and it seems we will get some resolution in the near future. The country NEEDS Pebble. Period. If we are denied the litigation will happen fast and furious and eventually we will get compensated. I would prefer the approval and development route. The guys are doing their jobs and know how to proceed. Unfortunately politicians from both sides have found a way to damage our cause. It is finally looking good. A great EIS would obviously make the day for us. Keep the faith! GLTA
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK 20 years of open pit mining with a processing rate of 180,000 tons per day ("Tpd")At forecast long-term[2] metal prices, Internal Rate of Return ("IRR") of 15.7% and Net Present Value at 7% discount rate ("NPV7")[3] of $2.3 billionAt prevailing[4] metal prices, IRR of 23.7% and NPV7 of $4.7 billionLife-of-mine ("LOM") metal production for this scenario: 6.4 billion lb copper; 7.4 million oz gold; 300 million lb molybdenum; 37 million oz silver; and 230,000 kg rheniumAverage annual metal production: 320 million lb copper; 368,000 oz gold; 15 million lb molybdenum; 1.8 million oz silver and 12,000 kg rheniumAverage co-product C1 Copper Cost of $1.65/lb CuEq and Gold Cash Cost of $753/oz AuEq; average by-product C1 Copper Cost of $0.69/lb and Gold Cash Cost of ($1,148)/ozAverage annual Net Smelter Return ("NSR") of $1.6 billion and LOM NSR of $32 billion
  • L
    LongTermTradie
    $NAK "The 2021 PEA forecasts strong economics for the Proposed Project and also demonstrates significant optionality for future potential developments," said Northern Dynasty President and CEO Ron Thiessen. "We have made a significant investment in the design of this project to ensure it can be built and operated with industry-leading environmental safeguards while generating significant financial returns over multiple decades. It has never been about the Pebble Mine Project or the Bristol Bay Fishery; it has always been about the Bristol Bay Fishery and the Pebble Mine Project. We look forward to more engagement, in the near future, on the expansive and financially rewarding opportunities for the communities and the residents of Western Alaska resulting from a potential Pebble Mine development."
  • F
    Frank
    "Republicans on the House Committee on Natural Resources held a forum Oct. 22 to discuss how (46) exit from (blankistan) left massive, untapped reserves of rare-earth metals, lithium, and other vital minerals in (blankiban) hands, potentially opening them up to exploitation by (commies)." ET
  • F
    Frank
    Westerman’s remarks were later echoed by Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-Wis.), who said that some of the environmentalist groups fighting mining “we think are getting money from Russia, China, and other countries that are foes of ours.”
  • F
    Frank
    “I know that my colleagues at this forum wish this important topic was something we could approach on a bipartisan basis, grounded in factual discussions focused on solutions. Unfortunately, our Democratic colleagues see all American mining as unnecessary, and are hellbent on seeing that it doesn’t happen,” said Gosar.

    “For some reason, they never can see the right mine or the right place in America for mining,” he added.
  • H
    Hiawabop
    World War Two lasted 6 years and 1 day. In automotive language C2C (concept to customer) for the P-51 Mustang was 102 days. Let’s return to love of Freedom. Rebuild our NATIONAL spirit and resolve. Develop Pebble under 1 year. Counter globalist EO’s and reopen USA oil/gas production. Defeat our enemies, both foreign and DOMESTIC.
  • F
    Frank
    "Rep. Massie: As far as we can determine, the individual who was saying he’ll probably go to jail, he’ll probably be arrested, but they need to go into the Capitol the next day, is then directing people into the Capitol the next day, is then the next day directing people to the Capitol. And as far as we can find. You said this is one of the most sweeping in history. Have you seen that video, or those frames from that video?

    AG Garland: So as I said at the outset, one of the norms of the Justice Department is to not comment on pending investigations, and particularly not to comment on particular scenes or particular individuals.

    Rep. Massie: I was hoping today to give you an opportunity to put to rest the concerns that people have that there were federal agents or assets of the federal government present on January 5 and January 6. Can you tell us, without talking about particular incidents or particular videos, how many agents or assets of the federal government were present on January 6, whether they agitated to go into the Capitol, and if any of them did?

    AG Garland: So I’m not going to violate this norm of, uh, of, of, of, the rule of law."
  • m
    mondooraculo
    NAK NAK who's there? The need for NAK metals to fuel the Green New Deal!
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. engages in the exploration of mineral properties in the United States. Its principal mineral property is the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum project comprising 2,402 mineral claims that covers an area of approximately 417 square miles located in southwest Alaska. The company was formerly known as Northern Dynasty Explorations Ltd. and changed its name to Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. in October 1997. Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
    Bullish
  • F
    Frank
    “It’s almost like it’s intentional, to stop U.S. production of these critical minerals and elements,” said Ranking Member Bruce Westerman (R-Ark.).
  • m
    mark
    I wrote a long comment in response to Hiawabop’s comment but the yahoo cops decided to delete and not post my comments. They are in the same level with FB, Twitter, google etc. we are apparently on the way. I will attempt to re post my comment. I guess the people in charge are anti Pebble.
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK Key Projected Results for Proposed Project[1]

    20 years of open pit mining with a processing rate of 180,000 tons per day ("Tpd")

    At forecast long-term[2] metal prices, Internal Rate of Return ("IRR") of 15.7% and Net Present Value at 7% discount rate ("NPV7")[3] of $2.3 billion

    At prevailing[4] metal prices, IRR of 23.7% and NPV7 of $4.7 billion

    Life-of-mine ("LOM") metal production for this scenario: 6.4 billion lb copper; 7.4 million oz gold; 300 million lb molybdenum; 37 million oz silver; and 230,000 kg rhenium

    Average annual metal production: 320 million lb copper; 368,000 oz gold; 15 million lb molybdenum; 1.8 million oz silver and 12,000 kg rhenium

    Average co-product C1 Copper Cost of $1.65/lb CuEq and Gold Cash Cost of $753/oz AuEq; average by-product C1 Copper Cost of $0.69/lb and Gold Cash Cost of ($1,148)/oz

    Average annual Net Smelter Return ("NSR") of $1.6 billion and LOM NSR of $32 billion
    Bullish
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK Northern Dynasty Minerals Recently said it Expects a 'Massive Increase in Domestic Copper Demand'
    Bullish
  • J
    J Fred
    100 million plus volume today would be a nice signal to start our rally....
    Bullish
  • F
    Frank
    another important tit bit for those whom might like to write things down for future reference. when a stock explodes through the gates at the open on huge volume it will typical do a rhino horn pattern and then ease back and fill if you will into around lunch time eastern time. then if it is to be after lunch is over is the tell tale signs of what comes next. if momentum starts back up along with volume it is usually but not always another run up into the close. not exactly science but then again we seem to as a nation be ignoring that on steroids of late so take it for what it is worth............
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK Evaluates a Proposed Project and three potential Expansion Scenarios for the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum-silver-rhenium project
    Bullish
  • L
    LongTermTradie
    $NAK Pebble Mine is one of the largest undeveloped reserves of copper, molybdenum, and gold in the world. Its mineral deposits also include silver and other critical metallic minerals such as pyrite, chalcopyrite, molybdenite, bornite, covellite, chalcocite, digenite, and magnetite. Pebble’s copper production is expected to average 318 million pounds a year, which could supply as much as 25 percent of our country’s copper needs over the next century. It is also expected to produce 14 million pounds of molybdenum, 362,000 ounces of gold, and 1.8 million ounces of silver per year. The Pebble Mine contains billions of pounds of rare earth elements. It is rich in two important rare minerals—palladium and rhenium, containing enough rhenium to supply the entire world’s needs for nearly half a century. Rhenium is used in the construction of military jet engines and as a catalyst in high-octane fuel combustion.
  • D
    Declaud
    $NAK solid runner. Nice and steady climb to $.50's this week
    Bullish
  • M
    Micah
    What is in that mine is so valuable…time will prevail
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