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Last A$0.21 AUD
Change Today +0.005 / 2.50%
Volume 1.2M
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Market Cap
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kibaran resources ltd (KNL) Details

Kibaran Resources Limited engages in the exploration and evaluation of mineral resources in Tanzania. The company holds 100% interests in the Mahenge graphite project located south-west of Morogoro in south-east Tanzania; the Merelani-Arusha graphite project, which consists of 7 tenements covering an area of 973.4 square kilometers located to the south-east of Arusha; and Tanga graphite project covering an area of 84 square kilometers. It also holds 100% interest in the Kagera nickel project that covers an area of 864 square kilometers located along the western border of Tanzania. Kibaran Resources Limited was founded in 2005 and is based in Subiaco, Australia.

Founded in 2005

kibaran resources ltd (KNL) Top Compensated Officers

Managing Director and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: A$154.1K
Company Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: A$64.0K
Executive Director of Projects and Non-Execut...
Total Annual Compensation: A$108.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

kibaran resources ltd (KNL) Key Developments

Kibaran Resources Limited Announces Testwork Demonstrates Superior Graphite Quality

Kibaran Resources Limited provided the results of recent testwork to determine the suitability of Kibaran's Epanko Graphite Project's graphite for the production of Expandable Graphite Salt, also referred to as Graphite Intercalation Compound. The testwork was undertaken by an independent, specialized German graphite laboratory and standard test parameters were applied. The testwork is being run in parallel to the Bankable Feasibility Study process design testwork to support further graphite sales to the Company's existing graphite offtake and sales partners. The testwork was undertaken on two samples that represent the initial natural flake graphite concentrate produced from the Eastern and Western mineralized zones of the Epanko deposit. Both samples were processed by conventional flotation and the resulting concentrates were divided into four different screen fractions, being jumbo to medium flake size (+32, +50, +80 and +150 mesh). Each size fraction was tested separately. The testwork utilised potassium permanganate (KMnO4) as the oxidizer and sulphuric Acid (H2SO4), both of which are commonly used for the commercial production of GIC on an industrial scale. Results are measured as the expansion volume after heat treatment of the expandable graphite with greater volumes per unit of mass being the objective. The results for the commercially important fractions for the two samples are: Jumbo (+50 mesh) 490 ml/g and 420 ml/g; Large (+80 mesh) 380 ml/g and 310 ml/g. These results are superior to those achieved from graphite produced in China which is currently the dominant supplier of expandable graphite to the world market. Typical expansion volumes for quality grades of expandable graphite from China are 370 ml/g for +50 mesh material and 280 ml/g for +80 mesh material, measured under similar test conditions to those applied to Epanko graphite samples. Expansion rates are linked to the flake size, hence Jumbo (+50 mesh) and Large (+80 mesh) are desired fractions with increase in volume the most important measurement. The superior quality of Epanko's graphite also extends to other properties including a higher ash melting point of 1,305 C and ultra-high purity (99.98% C). Graphite produced in China and used in refractory applications has an ash melting point between 1,150-1,250 C. The outstanding quality characteristics of Epanko's graphite provides significant competitive advantage and paves the way for it to be used in a wide range of applications, from the basic uses such as refractories to the sophisticated applications of anode grade graphite for Lithium-Ion-Batteries and expandable graphite for graphite foil production. The future growth in demand for expanded graphite is considered significant given its electrical and thermal conductive properties for use in applications such as building products, fire retardants and military applications. The metallurgical testwork samples were selected from the 7 diamond holes drilled as part of the BFS diamond drilling programme.

Kibaran Resources Limited Appoints John Conidi as Non-Executive Director

Kibaran Resources Limited announced the appointment of Mr. John Conidi as a Non-Executive Director to the Kibaran Board. Mr. Conidi is a successful businessman who brings to the Company a wealth of knowledge in key areas which will add shareholder value Mr. Conidi is a Certified Practicing Accountant and Managing Director of ASX-listed Capitol Health Ltd. which he co-founded. He has over 14 years of experience developing, acquiring and managing businesses in the technology and healthcare sectors. Mr. Conidi’s role in strategy, management and business development has driven the sustained expansion of Capitol Health, increasing its market capitalisation from $20m to over $500m in the past 8 years.

Kibaran Resources Limited Announces Consolidated Earnings Results for the Half-Year Ended December 31, 2014

Kibaran Resources Limited announced consolidated earnings results for the half-year ended December 31, 2014. For the period, the company reported loss before income tax of $2,338,317 against $445,213 a year ago. Loss for the period was $2,338,317 against $445,213 a year ago. Loss attributable to members of the company was $2,338,317 against $445,213 a year ago. Diluted loss per share was 1.93 cents 0.66 cents a year ago. Net cash used in operating activities was $1,146,138 against $400,927 a year ago. Payments for exploration activities was $1,547,448 against $276,843 a year ago. Payments for purchase of property, plant & equipment was $2,766 a year ago.

 

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