Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Edenville LSE:EDL London Ordinary Share GB00BD0S4T13 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -1.49% 0.66p 0.65p 0.67p 0.67p 0.66p 0.67p 2,168,508 15:49:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.2 -0.5 - 7.30

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Edenville Daily Update: Edenville is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EDL. The last closing price for Edenville was 0.67p.
Edenville has a 4 week average price of 0.62p and a 12 week average price of 0.62p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.33p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.25p.
There are currently 1,106,060,312 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,438,696 shares. The market capitalisation of Edenville is £7,299,998.06.
timw3: amazing RNS. got to be worth at least 100% to the share price with this tiny market cap
cricket mad: Great RNS. Looks like planning is going very well...LOI (as if they have a choice!). To say conservatively that LOI cover 5K to 10K per month of coal means that they have a high level of confidence. So if 5K at say $50 (price likely to be hire and could be up to $80 per tonne circa $250K per month or $3m a year(remember costs covered by $2m placing) and if 8k at $50 then $400k per month and $4.8m per year...also says 'long term' requirement...should put some energy into this share price though need to see if the 17th March still holds it back. Price should be in the 1.25 to 1.50p range...heres hoping :)
effiert: Can you imagime what the share price would done if the RNS stated Edenville were selling xxxxx tonnes of unwashed coal a month for $xx per tonne. Well, that's probably what the next RNS will tell us!!
wolfcub: I agree I have a short ish term target of 5 - 10p . Longer term who knows...but it will be many multiples of the current share price.
tidy 2: Share TalkEdenville Energy (EDL) This last few weeks has seen the share price raise substantially since the announcement of their Trial mining commencing. With coal being stated as being able to be marketed and an agreement in place with the customers requirements already known. The update on their Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) looking good for completion after final consultation with local communities and stakeholders what does the longer term production hold for share holders? What are your future hopes for news flow? Your thoughts and comments are welcomed as always.
glasswala: Something is amiss here.... I think a placing is being worked as previously posted! It however should be viewed as a positive( as long as it is not done at the detriment of the current share price) because I believe it will accelerate the works programme for the mining of the coal and assist in the wash plant purchase/hire and then the larger prize of the power plant!!
sausageonastick: Potential customers need to 'test drive' the coal. That's what they are doing right now, burning it, checking the energy output, and the residue left over. These customers have somewhere already in operation to burn and test the coal. These deals won't simply be to reserve the coal, Edenville appear to be talking to active users of coal in Tz, maybe it is Dangote Cement as Dangote appear to only have access to poor quality coal?? What the new twitter pictures show us is that Edenville don't need to spend a fortune on a mine at the outset to get coal out out the ground and off to customers. The overburden is shallow and easy to remove with a digger, a few more JCB diggers (other diggers are available) and a fleet of trucks and Edenville are away as a miner!! and a revenue stream generated. Another thought, and one for Rufus to read; I can only but hope that IF there is a placement to raise funds that it is done at a premium to the current share price, Edenville are so close, no more mates rates placings Rufus!!! Time to put on your big boy pants and tell people if they want to join the party now they have to pay a premium. Confidence is growing in what you are doing and saying Rufus, showing pictures and saying all the right things that you should be saying / showing at this point. Just don't stuff it up with a mates rates placement, a placement is fine if the funds are to move the business forward but we shouldn't need to grovel for funds anymore. Caol is going for $80 a tonne in Tz and we have 171mt of coal. A placing at 0.6p Rufus minimum, IF there is a need for a placing. I can only but imagine the sentiment expressed on this board if you pull a placement at 0.3p out of the hat, compared to a placement at 0.6p. These are, as Rufus states, exciting times for Edenville. Buys starting to appear now at full Ask, and the size of individual trades, although modest, are beginning to increase in size. I'm still hopefully of 20,000,000 buy turning up soon to kick start this off for the New Year. In fact a 1,400,000 buy just turned up, so the buys are getting bigger for sure. C'mon Rufus, dust off the big boy pants and stand strong, get a good price for our clean coal and a premium for any placement. A great great man once stood strong and said "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge (and controversy)." Stand up Rufus for your shareholders. Now up 10%
sausageonastick: Time for people to send in a collective email PR: EDL: ---------------------- Hello, I'm writing to enquire about various aspects of Edenville Energy's operations. Myself and several other private investors from London South East, ADVFN and III - who combined hold over 200,000,000 shares in EDL - have many questions that continue to go unanswered in any regulatory news. Given the ever depreciating share price, we feel that more information is not just a sensible idea, but an essential one. I will try to keep things as brief as possible, and I appreciate that regulatory restrictions may hinder your ability to answer some of these questions; however it is unacceptable to let a lot of these points hang in uncertainty due to a simple lack of communication. Why have the board of directors continued to abstain from purchasing any shares? How can any investor take this stock seriously when a single, three figure trade gets them more equity than the directors? Do the BOD see the share price falling further than its current value - if not, why are they not putting their money up? What funding options have been considered to continue operational proceedings? There's mention of Runh providing 'introductions to suitable financial institutions' in the December 1st RNS; which institutions, how did the meetings go, are there any viable leads, are we simply treading water before another placement. What is the nature of the multi-party agreement discussed in the September 8th Coal to Power Project update? Who are the 'interested' parties involved, what role do they have and why hasn't more information been provided to investors about the nature of the Q1 work schedule. Is there a less vague time frame for the geophysical consultancy work to be completed? In the January 11th update, it's noted that geophysical survey will be forwarded to a consultancy 'during 2016' - is there more of a concrete plan in place for handling this. What communication has EDL had from the Tanzanian government regarding the license? The application is a multistep process, it would be prudent to update investors on what step the application is at; stating that it has been listed on the cadastre almost a month after it first appeared is simply not good enough. What - if any - plan do the board of directors have in terms of share price recovery? It is time Mr. Short gave the investors a little more information than vague, repetitive and often frustrating releases. A simple letter to shareholders release covering some of the points above, and outlining a solid plan moving forward would have huge downstream effects on investor sentiment. Kind Regards,
tees maar khan: Jacksonpollack - either you have some underlying issues or perhaps you just get a kick out of posting utter nonsense. Positive news flow that everyone is waiting for will boost the EDL share price. TMK
bibdaddy: Interesting post from Jogonson on III board with reference to the recent KIBO RNS.... posts some decent opinions and sense.... so can't take the credit but thought I would share, I hope he/ she doesn't mind. Kibo language around the licensing is very fluffy and as such I read the situation as follows:. 1. Edenville's mining licence (once granted) will be one of only 3 in Tanzania. For whatever reason, the Tanzanian authorities may not want to grant another one so similar to Kibo thereby doubling administrative work but more importantly creating a competitive environment between two companies that should be working together for the people of Tanzania. 3. So once EDL have the licence they are in the driving seat and Kibo may even be told to speak to EDL. SEPCO will start the JV discussions and EDL will hold the Ace card. 4. SEPCOii & SEPCOiii will turn out to be related and say to Kibo we need you to do a deal with EDL. 5. A JV will be announced between SEPCO, EDL and Kibo. 6. EDL share price will rerate as RCPP is their main activity whereas Kibo have already had their surge of interest and other projects also balance out their MCAP. 7. So the big money to be made is here whereas Kibo is probably safer. 8. Every day this moves on EDL becomes more and more attractive. 9. These talks are probably going on right now but as with all things in Africa, until it is done, there is nothing certain.
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