Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Marine Energy LSE:GME London Ordinary Share GB00B0SP6N19 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.60p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 11.28

Global Marine Energy Share Discussion Threads

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08/2/2010
13:39
what happened to BRENDAN LARKIN
solarno lopez
08/2/2010
13:38
is BRENDAN LARKIN still around
solarno lopez
12/5/2008
18:09
...The Owl has left the building. Happy hunting.
the_owl
08/5/2008
08:24
Goodbye and thanks for all the fishes!
magrew
14/4/2008
16:14
Pomp, I was told by Barclay's last month that the money wouldn't be available until at least the 1st May. thats why i bailed out. Good luck in your future investments anyway :-)all water under the old bridge now !
murtceps7
14/4/2008
07:37
Why did you sell out? The money is in the bank. I received mine on friday. The management had no say over the last few months, it was a done deal. With the lot i bought back in October at around the 7p and the loads i bought at 13p after they offered 16p, i have all but coverd my previous losses. Shame they screwed it up tho, Im not sure they always had control of what got screwed up, but another set of names to go on the directors black list!
pomp circumstance
14/4/2008
06:36
Thats the AIM for you. The chances of finding a legit management working for its investors is slim. This lot got away with murder and at our expense !! its a shame there is no regulatory body to watch and act on companies like this. I have sold out at 15.5 over the last few weeks because i wouldnt put it past this crowd to do something stupid even now !
murtceps7
19/3/2008
11:57
EMER says to hold EGM on March 17 for approval to buy Global Marine Energy LONDON (Thomson Financial) - TSC Offshore Group Ltd, formerly EMER International Group Ltd, said it plans to convene an EGM on March 17 to secure shareholder approval for its Global Marine Energy PLC (GME) offer. The company said the offer will be open for acceptance until March 21. On Nov 6, 2007, EMER upped its reverse takeover offer for GME to 16 pence a share from earlier 13 pence a share. Hong Kong-listed EMER, a product and service provider to the global oil and gas drilling industry, said it plans to fund the deal through its existing cash resources. TFN.newsdesk@thomson.com rda/slm
davidsheila1
18/3/2008
20:03
hvs lives in a sad little world of his own and is hated on most boards. His loses keep piling up and still he thinks people give a toss what he thinks...lol
murtceps7
18/3/2008
08:05
It gives me great pleasure to inform readers of this BB that in the past 12 months GME has massively outperformed two shares treasured by dear old hvs: GFRD (down 70%) and BTG (down 50%). GME, meanwhile, is down only 15%. Those losses couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.
pbracken
17/3/2008
19:27
I smell a RAT here.
hvs
17/3/2008
16:55
If these were not pegged at 16p with the markets as they are i think we would have been looking at 8p or less now.
murtceps7
17/3/2008
16:39
On Oct 19 2007, EMER had agreed a 13 pence per share reverse takeover offer for GME, valuing the latter's fully-diluted share capital at around 9.4 mln stg. note "fully diluted"
elephants drunk
17/3/2008
13:04
I think that the 13p refers to the old share issue, present holders get the full monty
elephants drunk
17/3/2008
11:35
wasn't the offer supposed to be 16p per share or is the 13p in the rns a typo? If not they are ripping us off!
brad1
16/3/2008
22:25
Evening all I heard on the grape vine that company founder is going to have a high position in the new gme/emer listing, company founder is this true?
chestnuts
04/3/2008
13:25
steve36 your 5549 That is a question I am looking into Speaking an an amateur, the receipt of cash is not the crucial issue ie you can sell a share on the last day of the trading year and that is still a sale for tax purposes even though the deal has not been settled. I guess that if you accept the offer on March 21 that will not be a sale because it is conditional on getting the 75% plus other conditions. I am assuming they will make an announcement this tax year that they have got the 75% which will be the main condition but that there will be other technical conditions to satisfy; the question is if by taking up the offer which has passed the 75% test but which is still not a firm legally binding commitment(ie because there are other technical conditions to satisfy) can be classified as a sale for tax purposes. I guess I will need to get professional advise but would appreciate hearing from others eager to take tax losses this rather than next year.
cerrito
29/2/2008
13:23
Does anyone know if we can keep shares or are they looking to purchase all GME shares?
steves2
29/2/2008
11:01
Does anyone know when cash would be paid under the offer? I could do with the CGT loss this year!!
steve36
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