Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infrastrata LSE:INFA London Ordinary Share GB00B28YMP66 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.075p +7.69% 1.05p 1.00p 1.10p 1.10p 0.975p 0.975p 5,653,303 12:03:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 0.5 -0.2 0.0 26.3 3.95

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20/6/201717:57DICKO BUYS INFA @ 30p, TARGET 165p15

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Infrastrata Daily Update: Infrastrata is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INFA. The last closing price for Infrastrata was 0.98p.
Infrastrata has a 4 week average price of 0.53p and a 12 week average price of 0.53p.
The 1 year high share price is 26.77p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.35p.
There are currently 376,041,599 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,959,673 shares. The market capitalisation of Infrastrata is £3,948,436.79.
thosewhocando: Some reasons someone might regularly post negative comments on a the BB of a micro cap - They were previously a holder but because of poor trading skills sold with a large loss and now feel the need to bash the stock to make themselves feel better - sore loser. - They were previously a holder but after having sold don't want others to benefit from any share price appreciation - envy. - They are bashing the stock hoping others will sell causing the price to fall so they can buy at a lower price - bully. - They know comments will attract attention - sad and lonely and needing attention. - They are paid to do so by the industry to cause others to sell and generate commissions.
thosewhocando: Https:// Peter Wale, 20 years of diverse investing experience, joined SML as a director in July 2016 with the share price at 0.37p. Price subsequently hit a high of 3.7p in May 2017, multiplying an original investment 10 times. SML at the time stated "It also wishes to welcome Mr Wale onto the Board and believes that, as our current second largest shareholder and an experienced investor, he will bring considerable commercial and corporate acumen to the Board." Wale holds 2.63% of the company and is one of the recent directors. He will be hoping to emulate his success at SML.
x54v: Agreed. The price is exactly where it was a year ago. But things have changed in a big way. The old board has been ousted and a new board which is aligned with shareholders interests and much more driven is now in place. Peter Wale was certainly a good influence with SML and after he joined the share price rose by more than 10x in a year. With a favourable wind and with AP and PW at the helm, this could well be SML Mk II.
x54v: Could be a case of history repeating itself right enough. Peter Wale joined the SML board in July 2016. Http:// This led to very significant share price appreciation in the SML share price with it multiplying in price over 10x. He's just joined the INFA board so if he can do it once, then he can do it again.
x54v: Looks like it. That's that overhang gone and the share price should now be free to move back up without it in the way.
x54v: Peter Wale joined the SML board in July 2016. Http:// This led to very significant share price appreciation in the SML share price. Http:// A repeat at INFA could certainly be a possibility. Baron Day certainly thinks so. And he is a man worth following if ever there was one. "Scope for explosive moves ahead - my take anyway." Https://
cl0ckw0rk0range: Harry PotterYou clearly have not done your research on the individuals that are proposing the EGM.Why don't you do some proper research starting with the share price of #SML prior to Peter Wale joining the board and the share price now.Case in point.
cl0ckw0rk0range: Peter Wale of #SML fame look where he took that share price not your run of the mill AIM director and he has significant skin in the game here..
cl0ckw0rk0range: Looking at the chats and depressed share price when news lands this is going to fly. I had a 2.5p target but with 10p broker target have revised this higher.
howdlep: 2 April 2015 InfraStrata* (INFA LN) – Gas storage sector newsflow Buy CP 2.9p TP 36p Key Points: There have been two pieces of newsflow lately in the UK gas storage space that pertain to InfraStrata and the company’s Islandmagee project in Northern Ireland. First is news that due to technical issues with some of the facility’s wells Centrica is shutting in 29% of storage capacity (c.1,000mcm) at its Rough facility in the North Sea. Second news that SSE has decided to mothball a third of the 18mcm/d of withdrawal capacity at its Hornsea facility in Yorkshire given the operating, maintenance and upgrading costs of the older parts of the facility compared to contemporary storage prices. At first glance these developments can look negative for UK storage and this perception may have been a contributory factor to the drift in the InfraStrata stock price in the past few days. There are several points we would make here as to why this does not apply to InfraStrata however and hence why the price fall is unjustified. First both Rough and Hornsea are facilities that operate by taking in gas in the summer when it is cheaper and withdrawing this in the winter when it is dearer. As such the spread between summer and winter UK gas prices is the key driver of profitability. We know that this spread has fallen sharply from the highs of 2006/07 and this shutting in of capacity at Rough and Hornsea could be the result. It’s worth noting that both facilities are ageing and hence costs may be higher than for new facilities squeezing margins and possibly helping drive the shut-in. Second InfraStrata’s Islandmagee facility is aimed at a completely different section of the market to Rough and Hornsea. The project is specifically designed to allow fast injection and withdrawal on a daily basis. This is helpful for the UK in that with the decline of the North Sea reliance is increasingly on pipeline and LNG imports. When supplies are squeezed these can take time to come through so fast acting storage is ideal to help in plugging this gap (where summer/winter storage has been marginalised). Islandmagee is well placed to profit here and we would expect the analogous Stublach facility in Cheshire (owned by GdF) to be experiencing solid demand since it began to come onstream in late 2014. Indeed were market conditions to warrant it Islandmagee could potentially increase its injection/withdrawal capabilities in the final facility design. As such the shut-ins at Hornsea and Rough are of little direct relevance to Islandmagee other than that they could draw attention to the UK gas storage sector and potentially persuade the government to provide more assistance which could have a positive spillover effect into InfraStrata’s section of the gas storage market. Third and finally InfraStrata’s specific position in Northern Ireland makes it even more valuable from the point of view of providing fast response gas when supplies are squeezed. Both Northern Ireland and Eire get the majority of gas via export pipelines from the rest of the UK (complemented by some indigenous production). There is no LNG import capacity and all of the interconnectors run from Moffat in Scotland. Capacity at Moffat is limited and this could create even more acute supply constraints at times of relatively high demand going forward particularly as Northern Ireland and Eire’s reliance on renewables (and hence gas fired power to plug any gap) increases. As such it is not just Islandmagee’s general location in the UK but its specific location in Northern Ireland that gives value to the project’s fast cycle design as it allows the project to both support general short-term supply issues in mainland UK and the specific issues found in Northern Ireland and Eire. InfraStrata is due to release its interim results on Tuesday 28 April. Forecasts: Jul 2015 Sales £0.25m, PBT (£1.09m), EPS (0.87p) Jul 2016 Sales £0.25m, PBT (£1.14m), EPS (0.75p) Valuation: Risked SOTP NAV of 36p/share (149p/share unrisked) Conclusion: We remain with our positive stance on InfraStrata. As detailed above in our view the shut-ins at Hornsea and Rough do not imply pressure on the fast cycle section of the gas storage market that InfraStrata is aiming at. Indeed the continued progression of construction at Stublach supports a buoyant market here. We continue to expect newsflow from the test well on Islandmagee to spud in May followed by engineering work and hopefully FID in early 2016: this work programme is fully funded. There is also an exploration well planned on PL1/10 in Northern Ireland in October and another on P1918 in Dorset in early 2016. As such we are entering an increasingly busy period for InfraStrata with increasing material newsflow that could drive the share price. We have a Buy recommendation and 36p price target. Analyst: Daniel Slater 020 7614 5947 *Arden Partners acts as broker to this company
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