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botswana diamonds plc (BOD) Details

Botswana Diamonds plc, together with its subsidiaries, operates as a diamond exploration and project development company with exploration licenses in Botswana, Cameroon, and Zimbabwe. It holds 100% interest in the prospecting license, PL170/2012, that covers an area of 249 square kilometers located in the Orapa area of Botswana; and has an 85% share in an 8,087 square kilometers diamond reconnaissance license in the eastern area of Cameroon of which 430 square kilometers were converted to an exploration license. Botswana Diamonds plc is based in Dublin, Ireland.

7 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/26/13

botswana diamonds plc (BOD) Top Compensated Officers

Finance Director, Secretary and Director
Total Annual Compensation: 40.0K GBP
Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: 20.0K GBP
Commercial Director and Director
Total Annual Compensation: 48.1K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

botswana diamonds plc (BOD) Key Developments

Botswana Diamonds plc Announces Unaudited Consolidated Financial Results for the Six Months Ended 31 December 2013

Botswana Diamonds plc announced unaudited consolidated financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2013. Operating loss was £222,000, compared to £256,000 for the last year. Loss before taxation was £206,000, compared to £259,000 for the last year. Loss after taxation was £206,000 or 0.15 pence per basic and diluted share, compared to £259,000 or 0.19 pence per basic and diluted share for the last year. Net cash used in operating activities was £404,000, compared to £213,000 for the last year. Payments for intangible assets were £74,000, compared to £214,000 for the last year.

Botswana Diamonds PLC Announces Completion of Initial Fieldworks at PL117 Licence

Botswana Diamonds PLC announced that the initial, planned fieldworks at its joint-venture prospecting licence, PL 117/2011, in the Orapa region of Botswana have been completed on schedule and on budget. PL 117/2011 is a small, 2.9sq km, area of ground that was identified as the high level priority target under the joint venture that Botswana Diamonds operates with the Russian diamond major, Alrosa. A combined team of senior geologists and geophysicists from both companies embarked upon a rapid and intensive work programme designed to identify drill targets on the licence. Work carried out on the ground included magnetic, electromagnetic and geochemical surveys. The geochemical samples are now being shipped to the Alrosa laboratory in St Petersburg, Russia, for mineralogical analysis. Simultaneously the interpretation and modeling of the geophysical fieldwork is ongoing. PL 177/2011 is well-known to Botswana Diamonds as it was previously drilled in collaboration with De Beers between 2004-2007 whereby the diamondiferous kimberlite pipe, AK10, was discovered on this ground. Current work programme has been designed to re-evaluate the potential of this ground and possibly drill successfully to augment the existing resource. As anticipated the correct indicator minerals were discovered during this phase of work. The outcome of the analysis work in St Petersburg is expected to be produced within the coming two months and this should give the joint venture clear drill targets. As soon as the results have been analysed a drill programme will be implemented by the joint venture.

Botswana Diamonds Announces PL117 Exploration Work Underway

Botswana Diamonds announced that work on licence PL117 in the Orapa area has commenced. The Company's geologists have completed the advance work and procured the necessary equipment. The geologists of its joint venture partner, Alrosa, will join them, in the Orapa region, in the coming weeks. The licence is small, 2.9 sq km, and is close to the Karowe Diamond mine. Botswana Diamonds and Alrosa identified licence PL 117 as a key target. The Botswana Diamonds team previously discovered a diamondiferous kimberlite (AK10) on the same licence in 2004. Following a successful fundraise in December 2013, the initial Alrosa/Botswana Diamonds joint exploration project will focus on a work programme at the PL117 licence area. The joint venture team will carry out further soil sampling, geophysical and geochemical work to define exact drill targets, with drilling expected to commence before the end of quarter one this year.

 

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