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|Thanks duxy, the BB for GRPH is
It looks like this ...|
|For those that missed yesterday's Special "Tomorrow's world" programme...Graphene was the big story. Catch it on iPlayer
FYI The ticker for BIP has changed to GRPH
|what happened to this?has it come to market?|
|We leave you BIP with a market cap of £11.63m. Tomorrow we hope to start the day with a market cap of £163m.|
|yep! working fine now. ta|
|Goodbye to another thread!|
|Mick, if you go the Free BB list you will see the new BB ...
or retry this link now ...
Yep you access it now from the link above ... ;|
|Mick, I have asked ADVFN for their help on this.|
|OK I will create a new one ... which is free ...
I think the problem maybe that ADVFN is cross-referring GRPH and BIP at the moment ...
If go to L2 or the quote of financials from the new GRPH, it redirects to BIP.
So I will wait until BIP is formally switched to GRPH.|
|You can get to it ...
Premium BB Broadcast Thread with READ/WRITE options on the Free BB
It is open to all ...|
|leeds that link is premium only ?|
|In view of the announcement above ... and that the new name of the company and its website is to change during the course of today ... the new BB is now open...
|25 March 2013
Biofutures is pleased to announce that at the General Meeting held earlier today each of the resolutions set out in the Notice of General Meeting annexed to the Admission Document was duly passed. For further information please view the Admission Document and Notice of General Meeting.
In accordance with the timetable contained within the Admission Document, at 8.00 a.m. on 26 March 2013, it is expected that the Share Consolidation will take effect, the Acquisition will complete and Admission will occur. The Company, which will be renamed Graphene NanoChem Plc today, will trade under the trading symbol GRPH and its ISIN will be GB00B9BBJ076.|
|Graphene Nanochem is a UK based company that holds the exclusive license to a process known as Catalyx which uses a catalyst to extract graphene from biogases (such as methane). This process can potentially mean low-cost graphene production. They are also developing graphene-enhanced lubricants for used in the extraction of shale gas.
Graphene Nanchem will start trading in the UK's AIM stock exchange towards the end of March 2013 with a valuation of about £160 million.
UK public company to focus on graphene production technology, graphene lubricants
Financial Graphene applications Graphene production
Biofutures (a publicly-traded UK company) is going to focus on low-cost graphene production. It will change its name to Graphene Nanochem. Biofutures raised money at the UK AIM stock exchange and the market capitalisation is £162 million, but was suspended from trade in December 2012.
Graphene Nanochem holds the exclusive license to a process known as Catalyx which uses a catalyst to extract graphene from biogases (such as methane). This process can potentially mean low-cost graphene production.
|Thank you leedskier, I would imagine it will be more readily available after ii's interests satiated ;)|
|Frank1e, I said I will see if I can get a copy of it.
I was told that it was only able in hard copy to those who had acknowledged in writing that they would not publish it.
That could be something to do with publishing it in the US, Canada or elsewhere.
Perhaps after the RTO has been voted, Panmure may be more relaxed about it.|
|leedskier, I think I remember you saying you were promised a copy of that report at some stage. If so, will you be able to c&p it for all to see?|
|Including a brokers note from Panmure Gordon given they have produced a full analysts report circulated only in hard copy to potential ii investors for the purposes of the £35m fund raising which forms part and parcel of the RTO.|
|I'm hoping for some share price boosting newsflow from Tuesday onwards.|
|I never sold any of my BIP shares...good luck all, wondering what will happen next ...fingers crossed.
gone a bit silent on here....??/|