Emas nya ada di negara kita , BUMN kita beli nya mahal banget . waktu Agincourt beli dari Newmont di tahun 2004 harga nya cuma $US80.25 million, SEKARANG ANTM beli 10 persen dari proyek Martabe dengan nilai USD66,5 juta .
SEDIH NGGAK SIH LIHAT HAL HAL BEGINI??? Ini link nya : http://economy.okezone.com/index.php/ReadStory/2008/07/03/21/124371/a ntam-beli-proyek-martabe-senilai-usd66-5-juta/antam-beli-proyek- martabe-senilai-usd66-5-juta Berdasarkan MOU tersebut, Antam akan membeli 10 persen dari proyek Martabe dengan nilai USD66,5 juta serta memperoleh opsi untuk membeli 10 persen tambahan dengan nilai USD66,5 juta, yang akan disesuaikan dengan perubahan harga pasar emas dan perak, biaya modal dan operasi proyek, serta hal-hal lain yang terkait dengan suksesnya commissioning proyek. Ini Link waktu Agincourt beli dari Newmont. http://www.theage.com.au/news/Business/Agincourt-acquires-Martabe- project/2006/07/24/1153593260442.html Agincourt acquires Martabe project Email Print Normal font Large font July 24, 2006 - 3:39PM Agincourt Resources Ltd has acquired the Martabe gold and silver project in Indonesia from Newmont Mining Corp for $US80.25 million ($A106.79 million). Perth-based Agincourt has announced that it had completed a $A150 million equity capital raising to fund the acquisition, as well as a feasibility study and environmental approvals cost. Martabe is an undeveloped project located in Sumatra with a resource of 5.3 million ounces of gold and 54.8 million ounces of silver hosted within a large epithermal system. Agincourt said the acquisition price represents a gold equivalent resource price of less than $A18 an ounce. Agincourt managing director Peter Bowler said the acquisition was a company transforming event. "The 5.3 million ounces is only part of the story - there's a lot more immediate resources to add on in the very short term," he said. "There's 17,000 metres of drilling that Newmont has carried on since this resource model was shut of in August, 2004, and we're very excited to get some geologists in there to include them into the resource model." There were also a lot of resources that are currently in Newmont's non-reserve mineralisation category, Mr Bowler said. Newmont vice president Indonesian and Australian operations, Bob Gallagher, said the company had sold Martabe as part of its strategy to focus on its core gold operations and development projects. "Martabe is best suited to a company like Agincourt, who will develop the project as soon as possible, in the best interests of both the government of Indonesia and its people." Agincourt has also formed a joint venture with an Indonesian consortium led by Dharmawangsa Group. The consortium has an option to acquire up to 30 per cent of Martabe through a pro-rata contribution to the acquisition and development costs. Local government interests in Sumatra will also be offered a five per cent interest in Martabe. However, Agincourt will retain a minimum 67 per cent interest in the project. Agincourt will make a placement of 86.96 million shares at $1.15 per share to raise approximately $100 million to fund the acquisition. Up to an additional $50 million is being invested by Newmont at the same issue price. That will make Newmont the largest shareholder in Agincourt with approximately 20 per cent of the shares on issue. Its shareholding in Agincourt will be placed in escrow for a term of 12 months. Agincourt will also undertake a share purchase plan, with eligible shareholders entitled to apply for up to 4,340 shares at the same issue price as the share placement. Agincourt said development of Martabe will become its focus for the next two years. © 2006 AAP