Diskussionsforum der stw-boerse: Auslandswerte: Vangold Resources
chinaman - Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 - 12:20
Vangold wird unter VAN an der Hauptbörse TSX (Kanada) gehandelt. Unter der WKN 358668 wird die Aktie auch in Deutschland gehandelt. ISIN: CA92202C1068.

Heute früh bin ich für mein Musterdepot mit 10.000 Stk. in Frankfurt zu 0,26 Euro eingestiegen.

VAN ist eine Explorationsfirma die sowohl nach Öl, Gas als auch nach Mineralien (z.B. Gold und Kupfer) sucht.

Wie viele Explorationsfirmen kann Vangold noch nicht nach Kriterien wie KGV etc. beurteilt werden, da noch kein stabiler Umsatz und damit ein kalkulierbarer Gewinn existiert.

Für Vangold spricht m.E. das Potenzial der Projekte, man beteiligt sich als Aktionär gewissermassen an der Schatzsuche.

Vangolds Hauptaktivitäten sind in Kanada, den USA, Papa Neuguinea und Uganda beheimatet.


chinaman - Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 - 12:22
Vangold is a diversified natural resource company with a large portfolio of projects in various stages of development. Vangold has advanced stage mineral projects in Papua New Guinea, Canada and Uganda and revenue generating oil and gas projects in Canada and the United States.

Exploring for World-Class Mineral Deposits

Located in the South Pacific, Papua New Guinea is considered to be vastly under-explored and highly prospective for the discovery of new mineral deposits. Vangold holds interest in six gold projects and one copper/gold project, totaling 1,700 sq km in area.

Uganda is located in central eastern Africa. Vangold will earn a 100% interest in gold and copper/cobalt prospects and has acquired a 90% interest in seven rare metal mines in Uganda.

Papua New Guinea

Mt. Penck Project: (40% Vangold)

Mt. Penck is located in West New Britain and is situated within an eroded strata-volcano. Drilling is underway and will continue through 2006. Gold mineralization was defined to the east of the previously drilled mineralization at the Kavola East prospect (News release August 2,/06).

Feni Islands Project: (50% Vangold)

Located within the Lihir Corridor, which hosts the world-class copper-gold deposit at Bougainville and the world’s largest gold porphyry, hot spring gold deposit at Lihir Island. Fieldwork is anticipated for end of August /06. The Dome prospect located on Ambitle Island, is considered to be highly prospective for the discovery of either blind Lihir style gold mineralization or structurally controlled high-grade mineralization (see News Release November 3,/05).

Mt. Allemata Project: (50% Vangold)

The Allemata Property is located at the eastern end of the New Guinea mainland – 20km southwest of Alotau and is easily accessible by road. Six holes have been drilled totalling 764.9m. All holes encountered gold intersections, mainly at depths of less than 50m down-hole (see News Release October 3,/05).

Bismark Project: (50% Vangold)

A geochemical soil program is planned for the last quarter of 2006 to attempt to extend the 300m long gold zone defined earlier this year (see News Release March 1, /06).

Fergusson Project: (50% Vangold)

86 drill holes on 6 prospects. Awaiting geochemical results on the Igwageta prospect.

Mt. Nakru Project: (25% Vangold)

Porphyry copper/gold system. Assessment of data was undertaken and drill targets defined for action in the last quarter of 2006, subject to drill availability.

Yup River Project: (50% Vangold)

Covers the historic Amanab goldfield. There are at least 10 separate and defined areas of gold mineralization.


Vangold has licenses covering over 60 sq km in the prospective Kilembe copper/copper/cobalt belt, licenses covering over 300 sq km in the Kilo Moto extension region and licenses covering over 287 sq kms in the Kafunzo area which is the extension of the Tanzanian Nickel Belt. Vangold also recently announced (News Release June 25, /06) an acquisition of 90% of seven rare metal mines through its 51% owned subsidiary Horn Rare Metals Ltd.


Rossland, British Columbia

The Rossland camp is one of British Columbia’s major gold mining districts. Vangold has 113 claims covering approximately 1,500 hectares. A joint venture partner will spend $1.8 million in exploration over the next three years to earn 70%.

Producing And Developing Revenue Generating Oil And Gas Properties

Killam North Oil Field, Alberta, Canada

Vangold has a 26.25% interest in this oil field. This oil field has 16 producing wells providing revenues for continued exploration. The operator is considering further drilling in the fall of 2006.

Deep Basin Gas Project, Alberta, Canada

Another of Vangold’s Alberta gas projects is located in the Rocky Mountain House Deep Gas Basin close to Shell's recently announced discovery at Tay River. Vangold will earn a 21% working interest in a test well to will be drilled after permitting which is expected January, 2007. Vangold also has a 12% working interest in a second test well in the same area.

Sarcee Reserve Gas Project, Alberta, Canada

Vangold has a 6% working interest in this major deep gas play. This field is near Shell’s Sarcee No. 1 well drilled in 1953, which produced 92.4 billion cubic feet to date and is still producing.

Strachan Field Gas Project, Alberta, Canada

Vangold has a 9.166% working interest in this project which is located near Rocky Mountain House.

Chigwell Area Gas Project, Alberta, Canada

Vangold has a 6.5% working interest in a test well which is drilled and will be completed at a later date.

East Corning Field, California, USA

Vangold has a 3.75% gross interest in this Sacramento Basin Gas project which has generated monthly revenues for Vangold since 2003.

Henry Dome Prospect, Texas, USA

Vangold has a 7.5% working interest in the Henry Dome Gas Prospect located three miles northwest of Tilden, Texas.

chinaman - Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 - 12:31
Wegen aktueller Restriktionen in den Musterdepots muss bei der Eingabe der Transaktion ins Musterdepot ein Workaround erfolgen.

In Realität wurden 10.000 Stk. zu 0,26 Euro gekauft. Ins Musterdepot einbuchen werde ich 1.000 Stück zu 2,60 Euro.


chinaman - Freitag, 14. November 2008 - 16:36
Auch Vangold scheint die Zeichen der Zeit zu erkennen ...


Vangold Update

Last update: 6:45 p.m. EST Nov. 13, 2008
VANCOUVER, BC, Nov 13, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Vangold Resources Ltd. (CA:VAN: news, chart, profile) ("Vangold") recognizes the global financial crisis is affecting countries and companies. These are extraordinary and troubling times for all of us including our shareholders. We are determined to survive. We have cash on hand of $7.5 M (Cdn) and we have no debt. Thus, preservation of capital is our key goal! All projects in our portfolio were evaluated on the basis of cash outlay, projected cash flow, and time lines. We conclude our immediate area of concentration will be our gas projects in Alberta. The first program is due to spud in January 2009. We believe these projects will give us the earliest cash flow.

Head Office
Stock Option Plan
An amendment to the Stock Option Plan is planned to decrease the allowed numbers of options of common shares from 20% to 15% of the issued and outstanding common shares. We presently have granted stock options equal to about 8% of our issued and outstanding shares. The proposed amendment to the plan is subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange and our shareholders.

Warrants Outstanding December 2007

An application is being made to the TSX Venture Exchange to extend the December 2007 warrants for a further year and to reprice them from $0.60 to $0.465. This proposed amendment requires the approval of our shareholders.

Mr. Tim Mills tendered his resignation to the Vangold Board of Directors, effective October 31, 2008, to pursue other interests. We thank Mr. Mills for his contribution.

Pacific Kanon Gold Corp. Initial Public Offering ("IPO")
The amended prospectus for the IPO is in the final stages and we expect to be filed shortly. We expect to take it into market Q1 of 2009 provided the market is responsive to an IPO at that time.

Alberta, Natural Gas and Petroleum Resource Update
Vangold is pleased to announce that it has recently opened an office in Calgary, Alberta to facilitate management of its Canadian and International oil and gas assets. The office is manned by Mr. Jonathan Schroeder, P.Geoph., who was recently appointed Director of Oil and Gas Operations by Vangold. The office is located at Suite 2600, 144-4th Avenue SW, Calgary Alberta, Canada T2P 3N4. The telephone number is: 403-571-0853.
Mr. Schroeder is pleased to report that Vangold's long awaited Strachan Leduc gas prospect (aka Deep Basin) will commence drilling operations during the first week of January 2009. The well is anticipated to encounter significant remaining attic gas reserves in an existing natural gas pool that has produced in excess of 80 BCF of natural gas to date. Vangold holds a 35% working interest in the well before payout and 21% working interest after payout.

International Oil Concessions
Kenya, Blocks 3A & 3B Update
Chevron previously shot seismic data (1975) which was forwarded from their Iron Mountain storage site (Houston) to seismic processing company Sensor Geophysical, Calgary ("Sensor"). Reprocessing of the data, estimated to be completed on or about November 30, 2008, will result in better definition and structural control of the regional Cretaceous play. At Block 3, 11 prospects/leads were identified through interpretation of Chevron (1975) seismic data along with integration and interpretation reviews of Amoco (1986), Total (1990), Beicip (1980, 1984), Western International Atlas/CORELAB (1994), and AIconsult (1998).
The probabilistic productive areas covered by Vangold's prospects range from 4713 to 37,498 acres with an average of 21,000 acres and aggregating to 202,025 acres. Evidence of a working petroleum system in Block 3A, which forms part of the Anza Graben Basin, are oil shows in Sirus-1 well (drilled by Amoco in Block 10 A), Lundin Petroleum AB ("Lundin"). Block 10A lies to the northeast of Block 3A. China National Oil Company, (CNOOCs) Block 9 lies in between Block 10A and Block 3A. All are situated in the Anza Graben Basin. Please refer to the map on Vangold's website located at http://www.vangold.ca (See Asset Tab, Kenya Block 3A and 3B).
The gross unrisked prospective resources estimate in Block 3 are being evaluated in house by our Geotechnical Team with parameters being derived/estimated from the look-alike Melut Basin in Southern Sudan (the largest oil field in the Melut Basin is the Great Palogue Field with estimated reserves of 900 million barrels).
Lundin reported they completed an aerogravity survey over Block 10 A, and have targeted one exploratory well to be drilled at the Bogal Prospect, Block 9, in the first quarter 2009. The Bogal prospect in Block 9 is 120 km from Vangold's Block 3.
Preliminary reprocessing of two seismic lines over Blocks 3A and 3B show stacked, amplitude anomalies on one structural prospect. AVO analysis on one seismic line by Sensor further appears to show three P Wave Impedance and Fluid Factor anomalies that may further lower the perceived exploration risk.
Vangold's Geotechnical team has planned an infill seismic survey, likely to be undertaken early next year, to incorporate longer spread lengths to optimize seismic attribute analysis and display. Vangold's technical team acquired gravity and magnetic data from Edcon-PRJ Gravity & Magnetics, and recently completed in-house digitization of the same. This data will be integrated with the Leicester gravity data, and Paterson, Grant & Watson's ("PGW") magnetic data purchased by Vangold. Integration of all data will be performed after Sensor Geophysical reprocesses Chevrons data at the end of November 2008. The reprocessed data will be re-interpreted by consultants shortly thereafter.

Rwanda Oil Concession Update

The aerial survey for the measurement of the earth's gravity and magnetic fields over Lake Kivu and South West of Rwanda has been concluded. A total of 2,088 line km has been flown against 3,100 km planned, linearly achieving 70% coverage of the East Kivu Graben. The apparent lack of completion of the planned survey is primarily due to political unrest in the Democratic Republic of Congo region, despite the best efforts from the Rwandan side and Vangold.
Despite this difficulty, the contractor, South African based New Resolution Geophysics ("NRG"), was able to complete 100% of the southern survey covering Block 2 and 100% of Block 4 over Lake Kivu. Additionally NRG was able to achieve important coverage of the east-west flight lines over Block 1, and the southern and northern regions of the East Kivu Graben. The flight line coverage in Block 1 traverses across the dip geometry of the East Kivu Graben in the Northern area and Southern areas that mitigates border areas not covered.
The data quality is good, having met all survey and contractual specifications. The geological and geophysical objectives of covering the whole of Rwanda concession area have been partially met in Block 1, and 100% accomplished in the Block 2 survey areas. Further, gravity and magnetic data 5 km from the border with DRC in the northern lake area has not been collected as it was within the turning area of the airplane. This is however, mitigated by two east-west dip flight lines that cross the northern area and a further three lines in the southern part of the Lake.
The sedimentary basin development cannot be directly adduced from raw field data. The data needs topographical corrections in the rugged mountains/hills in the south and the bathymetry corrections of the water depth in the lake. Therefore, computer data room processing of the raw field data in Johannesburg has just been completed by NRG. In Toronto, Vangold's consultant, PGW, have embarked on interpretation and modeling of the data. In-house processing and interpretation by Vangold's geotechnical team is also currently in progress. Both work programs will be merged and integrated with the 1981 aeromagnetic survey data, and previously conducted ground gravity surveys. The expected result will be a depth and area model of the sedimentary basin in East Kivu Graben. This will be integrated with geology, ASAR study and geochemical data recently gathered from Rubona gas geochemical gas study for the evaluation of the hydrocarbon prospectively of Lake Kivu.
Uganda Mineral Properties
Vangold currently holds more than 2,200 square kilometers in exploration licenses in Uganda that are grouped into 6 projects: Kafunjo (Ni, Cu, Pt), West Nile (Au), Kilembe (Cu, Co), Kamwenge (Cu, Au), Fort Portal (Cu, Au) and Bugiri (Au). Vangold's website lists the current status, work completed to date, and proposed work programs for each of these exciting areas.
Current exploration work on the Ugandan mineral properties involves continued geological mapping and prospecting of concessions, including newly acquired licenses in West Nile, and soil geochemistry across highly prospective zones at West Nile (Kilo-Moto style host rocks), Bugiri (Banded Iron-Formations or BIFs) in Lake Victoria Greenstone Gold Belt and Kafunjo (Kabanga-style nickel sulphide potential) to delineate high potential mineral targets. The Ugandan team consists of national geologists and local laborers. Work is overseen by Danae A. Voormeij, M.Sc., P. Geo. QP under NI 43-101 and VP of Exploration for Vangold.

Kafunjo Drill Program
Phase 1 Drill Program Completed
* Vangold Resources Ltd. holds three adjacent licences which are located in southwest Uganda near the triple junction of Tanzania, Rwanda, and Uganda. At Kafunjo strong coincident low magnetic and high gravity anomalies occur on a magnetic trend which arcs from the ultramafic-hosted nickel-PGM deposits at Kabanga and Kagera in Tanzania. Similarities to the local geology and low magnetic anomalies at the Kabanga deposit strongly suggest that the anomalies at Kafunjo may be caused by an ultramafic body.
* A diamond drilling program, planned to test the central sector of a 4 km by 1 km anomalous zone at Kafunjo to depths of approximately 700 to 1000 metres (m) has been completed. A total of 2,317 m was cored in three holes. The three drill holes did not locate potentially economic mineralization. Ultramafic rocks were not intersected in Phase 1.
* The drill is now being demobilized and the site recontoured.
* Each of three holes crossed metasedimentary mica schist and silty mudstone. Sedimentary facies appear to change rapidly: crossbedding, scour channels, and soft-sediment slumps mark stratigraphic disruptions. Concordant metasedimentary graphite-pyrrhotite iron formation occurs in true widths of 30-40 m, with maximum pyrrhotite concentration of 10% in intervals of several metres. Occasional specks of chalcopyrite occur on the margins of pyrrhotite bands. Occasional kink folds indicate positions on fold limbs. Fracturing on bedding/foliation creates blocky zones of difficult drilling. Transcurrent faults are interpreted as both steeply and flat dipping. A potential host for nickel sulphide mineralization was not encountered.
* A ground magnetic survey was completed in early 2007 by personnel from the Geophysical Department of the Uganda Geological Survey in order to verify the results of previous surveys. The position and intensity of the magnetic low corresponds to the earlier information. Modelling of the magnetic low by various geophysicists has suggested the upper portion of the anomaly to be between 200 and 600 m below surface. The quantities of pyrrhotite which are present do not account for the intensity of the magnetic anomaly.
* In June 2008, a gravity survey was completed by a field crew from Kenya General Electricity ("KenGen"). A depth model of the gravity anomaly prepared by a geophysicist of KenGen shows a flat-lying dense body, with an upper surface 700 to 1,200 m below surface, extending 950 m in width northeast-southwest, 750-1250 m in vertical thickness, and with a flat to moderate northeasterly dip on both upper and lower surfaces. The specific gravity ("SG") of the dense body is estimated by the geophysicist to be 3.4 grams/cubic centimeter (g/cc), in comparison to a SG of 2.55-2.70 g/cc of the enclosing metasedimentary rocks.
* A SG test of 1.0 m of core from 655.75 to 656.75 m in hole K-03-08 of pyrrhotite iron formation was performed by a technician in the laboratory of the Geological Survey of Uganda. The core is representative of the highest average quantity of pyrrhotite in the hole and generally in all of the drilling, visually estimated at 10%. The SG is determined by the difference in weight in air and weight while immersed in water to be 2.90 g/cc. This compares with a first approximation calculation which substituted 10% of mica schist (SG 2.70 g/cc) by 10% of pyrrhotite (SG 3.65 g/cc), to arrive at a SG of 2.89 g/cc. The quantities of pyrrhotite that have been intersected do not explain the gravity high.
* The geophysical anomalies indicate the presence of a large, dense, and intensely magnetic body.
* The first hole, K-01-08, was drilled to 943 m prior to the collection and interpretation of gravity data. It was sited over the magnetic low, and as later determined is above the central portion of the gravity anomaly. At this location the top of the dense body is shown to be approximately 1,000 m below surface, and thus the hole may have been short of the target.
* K-02-08 was positioned to cross the centre of the gravity anomaly at approximately 700 m below surface and to continue to cross the magnetic low at approximately 1,000 m. The hole was ended at a length of 635 m because of caving of wall rocks.
* K-03-08 was drilled above the south central part of the gravity anomaly, oriented to enter the upper surface of the gravity profile at approximately 700 m below surface, and to continue to cross the magnetic anomaly at approximately 1,050 m. The vicinity of the gravity target was entered at approximately 680 m below surface. Walls of the hole began to cave and drilling had to be terminated at 739 m in the hole. Silty iron formation from 610-700 m in the hole contains the mineral chiastolite (andalusite) and small sheared fragments of garnetite, both of which indicate a slightly higher grade of metamorphism and are known to be present in the metasediments at Kabanga.
* Samples taken at regularly spaced intervals of the drill core will be analyzed geochemically for multiple elements. A 3-dimensional plot of values may indicate new or refined target locations.
* All core from the Kafunjo project, including the 1995 core from the first phase of drilling, will be stored at the Geological Survey in Entebbe. A storage container on cement pillars will house core for convenient future reference.
* Airborne geophysical surveys were funded by international monetary banking sources coordinated through the Geological Survey of Uganda. During 2007 and 2008, airborne surveys flown covered a majority of Uganda including areas where Vangold holds licences. The program consists of 700,000 line kilometers of magnetic and radiometric data collection, with selected high potential areas flown by helicopter and fixed wing aircraft for advanced electromagnetics. Flights over the Kafunjo licences during August and September 2008 included all three geophysical sensors. When the data is made available Vangold will acquire the CDs and commission services for interpretation.
* Future programs may include reinterpretation of the gravity model with incorporation of drill hole data, inspection of the new airborne surveys, and compilation of lithology and geochemistry into a 3-D model. Reverse circulation drilling, which is more able to complete holes in broken rock formations, may be considered for a subsequent program; equipment which can drill to +700 m is available in Tanzania.
* Dal Brynelsen, President and CEO of Vangold states, "Kafunjo continues to be an exciting project with good potential for a world-class nickel-sulfide deposit. Our team remains on the ground in Uganda and our exploration efforts carry on. Once the core is interpreted and assays are received, Vangold's geological team will determine the next appropriate step(s)."
To find out more about Vangold Resources Ltd. please visit our website at www.vangold.ca or contact Dal Brynelsen at 604-684-1974 or by email brynelsen@vangold.ca.
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chinaman - Donnerstag, 14. Januar 2010 - 09:46
Limitverkaufsauftrag für meine 10.000 Stk. Vangold Resources zu 0,40 CAD in Kanada. Gültigkeit bis Ende März 2010.

chinaman - Freitag, 15. Januar 2010 - 04:41
Vangold zu 0,40 CAD gestern in Kanada verkauft.

0,40 CAD = 0,2677 EUR
Quelle: Oanda.com

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