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SER, STRATEGIC ENERGY RESOURCES LIMITED
blacksheep
post Posted: Dec 3 2018, 11:15 AM
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SER certainly making the most of BHP (New discovery in SA) nearology biggrin.gif Received a Speeding Ticket last week when SP surged from 0.004 to 0.013c. SP back down this morning 14.29% @ 0.006

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The Company is aware of an ASX announcement released by BHP Group Ltd (ASX:BHP) via the
ASX platform on 27 November 2018. This announcement details the identification of a
potential new Iron Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) mineralised system on the eastern margin of
the Gawler Craton in South Australia. Strategic Energy Resources Ltd (SER) is also exploring
for Iron Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) systems on the eastern margin of the Gawler Craton at our
Myall Creek Copper-Gold project.

The Company is also aware of recent articles referencing SER in light of the BHP discovery:
https://finfeed.com/small-caps/juniors/bhp-...ergy-resources/
https://smallcaps.com.au/strategic-energy-r...discovery-wave/


Followed by anns
SER Pegs Additional IOCG Targets in Olympic Dam Province, and

SER Awarded Exclusive Right to Apply for ELA 2018/185

SER hasn't had a great track record of achieving results for shareholders - took a big hit on the early graphite "boom" - Mega Graphite/listing/lapse, then VXL/listing/VA/ownership change QGL (currently trading @ 0.002) attempted t/o of QGL, which failed.

Hopefully for shareholders Myall Creek comes up trumps



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nipper
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In Reply To: fraz2's post @ Sep 23 2014, 03:47 PM

Ionic pins hopes on alternative to lithium-ion batteries
  • The Australian
The push for a better battery is continuing in Melbourne, with unlisted technology company Ionic Industries working on a way to commercially produce graphene supercapacitors as a safer, quicker charging alternative to lithium-ion batteries. Ionic, which has been working with Monash University's Nanoscale Science and Engineering Laboratory for the past six years, says it has developed technology that could pave the way for mass production of graphene supercapacitors.

...Graphene, which is a one-atom thick sheet of carbon, has conductivity and electrical density properties that, in laboratory settings, indicate it can cut the size of bulky supercapacitors to the same size as lithium-ion batteries. These could charge in next to no time, have a higher output, a longer life and would be safer than lithium-ion. But it has only been demonstrated on a small scale.

"History is littered with technologies that performed very well but failed because they could not be scaled up for economic mass production," Ionic managing director Simon Savage said. "Our recent breakthroughs are a critical step in bringing graphene supercapacitors out of the laboratory and into real-life applications."

Ionic, which is 15 per cent owned by listed Melbourne mineral exploration minnow Strategic Energy Resources, is trying to raise $2.8 million in a rights issue. The funding will be to commercialise water treatment technologies using graphene, in collaboration with Monash and the Robert Friedland-chaired Clean Teq, and to fund and develop a prototype of its graphene planar micro-supercapacitor technology.

Beyond this, Ionic wants a joint venture partner for its supercapacitor plans and will then eye a public listing...



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fraz2
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In Reply To: Dan1's post @ Jan 4 2014, 10:33 AM

It certainly has and is continuing to develop.

Not only does it hold a 1.5% royalty and 12.94% of VXL, it is in partnership with Monash uni and is going to spin off another company (Graphitec) to develop enhanced graphene products.

http://www.strategicenergy.com.au/pdf/11-9...Sept%202014.pdf



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Dan1
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In Reply To: fraz2's post @ Nov 9 2012, 12:58 PM

Hasn't this company changed since the last posts.

SER has a 14% holding in Valence Industries VXL which is being listed on Monday - article in AFR and todays Australian.

Initially purchased SER for its graphite so strategy for me will be to maintain my VXL and VXLO which I received from the float plus additional I took up and depending on what the market is doing look to sell SER when I get my initial purchase back.

Hopefully VXL will receive some love on Monday as the Chinese are looking to reduce their graphite sales.

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ASX Announcement
9 November 2012
MEGA GRAPHITE DEAL LAPSES
On 3 October 2012 we informed the market:
“The SER and Tarcoola boards have asked MEGA to provide a firm agreement for:
 Initial funding of approximately $5 million, to be made available to Tarcoola; and
 Further future funding for amounts sufficient to effect Tarcoola’s development plan in
respect of the Uley mine in the short to medium term; in both cases, at a valuation that SER and Tarcoola believe shareholders will find reasonable. “
MEGA has not provided a firm agreement nor any funding and this has not been rectified. Consequently the Merger Implementation Deed has been terminated.
MEGA still has an Agreement on Operations in relation to the Uley Mine and SER and Tarcoola are in the process of bringing this Agreement to an end as well.
SER and Tarcoola are now free to solicit interest in a merger deal from other parties as well as pursuing their own contacts.
MEGA, of course, is still free to submit proposals to SER and Tarcoola for future co-operation but now on a non-exclusive basis.



Well that's thrown the bones in the air I wonder where they'll land.
Must say it was not unexpected the way Mega have been dragging their feet



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nipper
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Strategic Energy Resources Limited (ASX: SER) is delighted to have been granted federal access to the prospective Commonwealth land known as Cultana Military Training Area (CMTA, Cultana).

The Cultana area is considered to be one of the best remaining blocks to explore for Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) type mineralisation in South Australia. It forms part of the Olympic Dam Province which includes Prominent Hill, Olympic Dam and Carrapateena ...

Mark Muzzin, Managing Director, SER stated: “We are thrilled to have ministerial approval to explore this area. It has been a very long process, one that I personally have pursued for more than six years and can now say that we have been rewarded.

“We believe this property to be one the best relatively unexplored areas in South Australia. “We have a number of targets lined up and are keen to get started, hopefully in December.”



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post Posted: Mar 8 2011, 09:01 PM
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In Reply To: wasabibarako's post @ Jan 18 2011, 01:59 PM

Found this article today:

6. Surprise material of the year will be graphite. To the graphite list I am going to add two other materials that will dominate. The first is lithium, which I have written about before and the other is manganese. These three in combination will become the next battery source with more power density than what exists today. There will be spectacular returns made if invested in the right junior mining companies. The key being to pick companies that have experienced management, well financed and have proven reserves.

http://seekingalpha.com/article/256767-upd...themes-for-2011

Me thinks SER fits the bill quite nicely




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wasabibarako
post Posted: Jan 18 2011, 01:59 PM
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In Reply To: fraz2's post @ Jan 18 2011, 01:34 PM

fraz2: Well done ! I am still holding my total SER stock acquired. Hoping to see a great future with this stock - it has been very good so far... Perhaps overbought in the short-term. But I plan to hold this one for the longer term. I do expect that SER can secure a better DEAL for the ULEY project. Would like to assume that news in this regard might come out sometime during February. Seems - to me at least - that the heavy accumulation going on right now MIGHT be by people/parties that know what will happen. JIMHO, of course and I might be wrong.
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In Reply To: wasabibarako's post @ Jan 5 2011, 11:20 PM

I sold a few and now am free carried on this one.
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wasabibarako
post Posted: Jan 5 2011, 11:20 PM
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In Reply To: Dan1's post @ Jan 5 2011, 07:44 PM

Dan1/others: To invest in SER is as close to a "non-brainer" as I can think of.... Of course, I might be wrong, but I really do not think so....
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