Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aminex LSE:AEX London Ordinary Share IE0003073255 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.02p -0.74% 2.68p 2.65p 2.71p 2.775p 2.65p 2.70p 13,078,422.00 16:24:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.2 -2.6 -13.6 - 93.15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2017
23:23
yes, well lets hope Aminex hasn't run out of steam just yet.
skinwalker
19/1/2017
23:13
VOG flow rates and therefore sales rates much lower and seasonal
edgar222
19/1/2017
17:10
" do we know what the current production is" Do we even know if it is producing - the last update with any reference to KN-1 was ambivalent on the matter to say the least. When summat ain't specifically mentioned by AEX, safest to hope for the best but assume the worst.
warbaby43
19/1/2017
17:05
VOG is also a gas producer and sels the gas at $9-16 per scuff which is way above what Aminex gets. VOG's market cap is £38 and VOG is a profitable company.
highasakite
19/1/2017
17:04
Market Cap will soon be a lot higher.
888icb
19/1/2017
17:02
Market cap here of close on £100 million is way too high.
highasakite
19/1/2017
10:22
Aminex and baggers in the one sentence. I never thought I would see the day. Oh well back to the meds.
jamiedodge
19/1/2017
09:47
ah right, then maybe, like you have been saying its stop and go with the possesing plant
blackgold00
19/1/2017
09:36
It's in this RNS: http://www.investegate.co.uk/aminex-plc--aex-/rns/kiliwani-north-well-reaches-30-mmcf-per-day/201607040700080669D/
ngms27
19/1/2017
09:32
"stepone6819 Jan '17 - 09:21 - 59305 of 59306 1 0 I always thought that if you buy something for £1 and sell for £10, it's a ten-bagger. By that logic, edgar was correct to claim 3-bagger status." Correct stepone. Evidently some Aminex holders are a little rusty on how to calculate baggers!!
impvesta
19/1/2017
09:27
ngms, "Then consider we were told in RNS that the Gas Processing Plant requires a throughput of 23mmscfpd to be operational. How does AEX's 15mmscfpd fit in with that." i'm not 100% sure but i don't think that statement came from an AEX RNS, I think it came from an NR interview or even via twitter from LG
blackgold00
19/1/2017
09:21
I always thought that if you buy something for £1 and sell for £10, it's a ten-bagger. By that logic, edgar was correct to claim 3-bagger status.
stepone68
19/1/2017
08:44
edgar that may be true now but back in Septemebr on a relative value basis Solo looked "cheaper" than AEX - I bought into Solo at the end of September since when Solo have increased by 100% and AEX by 30%..... I now belive the relaticve value pendulum has swung back in AEX favour so I have now top sliced my Solo shares and increased my AEX holding.
stinkypeet
19/1/2017
08:39
edgar222, do we know what the current production is? do we know that they are being paid? The answer to all these is NO. Simply because until the commercial agreement re flow rate is sanctioned the payment guarantees and take or pay doesn't come into force. This was meant to have happened 6 months ago, why the delay? Then consider we were told in RNS that the Gas Processing Plant requires a throughput of 23mmscfpd to be operational. How does AEX's 15mmscfpd fit in with that. So in my opinion forget the income, it's all about NT-2 and then NT-3 for potential short term upside.
ngms27
19/1/2017
08:30
I wish our partners Solo well and I hope their shareholders make a lot of money but I don't get how anyone analysing Tanzania thinks it is better to be in Solo than Aminex. Totally accept you might be in Solo for other reasons (Horse Hill, say). But if you want to play Tanzania (and Ritson says it is the main event) then its Amnex surely. Operatorship, huge licence, relationship with govt and authorities, decision-making. Oh yes, and that large income stream from KN1.
edgar222
19/1/2017
07:52
Isn't it strange how some people hang around (59297 and 59299), even when they have sold their AEX holding (twice) and placed the proceeds in a much more attractive receptacle called SOLO. Must be something to do with empty bags, or some would say uncharitably: "disreputable bags".
lfdkmp
19/1/2017
07:50
LFDKMP If you look back a week I was admitting Maths wasn't my thing. Though .9 times 3 is 2.7 to be fair. Maybe its the silly bagging language. Ahh well.
edgar222
19/1/2017
07:44
2 BAGGER at 2.7p
temmujin
19/1/2017
07:40
Can someone help a confused old bag man. "My lowest purchase was at 0.9p and if you got in there its a 3 bagger.." That's when the share price is 2.7p. Presumably then 1.8p would have been a 2 bagger. By that reckoning, buying at 0.9p and selling at 0.9p should be a one bagger? Sounds like a get rich quick scheme to me!
lfdkmp
18/1/2017
22:17
i sold half my solo today but will buy back if it dips tomoro
temmujin
18/1/2017
22:04
Obvious profit taking. My lowest purchase was at 0.9p and if you got in there its a 3 bagger (shame my average is not quite as low!) To be expected.
edgar222
18/1/2017
21:45
profit-taking? What on earth is that?
skinwalker
18/1/2017
15:45
Profit taking no surprise. Up significantly recently. Plenty of profit on the table for many, and no drilling program has known outcome in advance.
greyingsurfer
18/1/2017
15:37
Far too early for the target reservoirs to have been penetrated IMHO
ngms27
18/1/2017
15:37
I think a straight 3 day rise was a first one for shareholders. Punters jumping ship now because they got their 2%.
slepy
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