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Quadrise Fuels International LSE:QFI London Ordinary Share GB00B11DDB67 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 13.875p 13.75p 14.00p 13.75p 13.75p 13.75p 308,471 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -5.0 -0.6 - 112.33

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25/5/2016
09:20
Quadrise Fuels Daily Update: Quadrise Fuels International is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QFI. The last closing price for Quadrise Fuels was 13.88p.
Quadrise Fuels International has a 4 week average price of 14.14p and a 12 week average price of 13.14p.
The 1 year high share price is 23.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9p.
There are currently 809,585,162 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 276,351 shares. The market capitalisation of Quadrise Fuels International is £112,329,941.23.
25/5/2016
10:24
tongosti: Brooke - of course MSAR is an interesting proposition (otherwise Maersk would have not been involved at all). The question is, will it ever go commercial?If it does, then the share price will go supernova. All I am saying is that, at the moment - for reasons which have been explained to death over and over again on this board - the long case is fairly shaky. The share price does not lie. Price is a truth teller (as you rightly point out) not the wannabe Buffett's of this board. As you have may have seen here most folks on this board prefer to take sides and stick with it (pretty much like supporting Millwall or Chelsea for life) regardless. Blind conviction is the enemy of truth. I am a mercenary trader and happy to switch long and short sides as am in to make money and have no allegiances. Happy to go long (as have been a very long while ago) if things change but the case for doing so has become unbelievably difficult.
21/4/2016
22:39
argyll eagle: Brookies/Yodhaha's posts (read them in chronological order) a little one sided for someone purporting to "establish the truth" Pathetic schoolboy mentality. LOL Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 21:57:19 - 32426 of 32429 Argyll Eagle Thank you for your reply, I shall invest in QFI, unsure about who my alter-ego is,but will defer to you as you are a self-proclaimed psychologist. Questions are asked to determine the truth and to separate fact and fiction, after all you have stated that one has to do one's own research and ergo, one needs to cut through the hyberbole expressed on both sides of the argument So to sum it up, QFI's problems have been caused by-in your words- by both naïve Directors and Investors. Have I got that right please ? One last question, are we to assume that-by your "The reality is that naive investors, who know little about investing and company appraisal, pile in and create a bubble"-you are a very skilled and successful investor (possibly unlike many other punters including myself). I would therefore welcome any advice from your good self as to timelines for share price increases in the immediate future so I might plan my strategy. Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 19:49:12 - 32418 of 32429 kreature, you have pointed out the "calamitous" disparity in timelines issued by QFI, which are indisputable. How do QFI devotees answer these "FACTS" and what is their rationale please ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 19:22:10 - 32416 of 32429 pcjoe, I am simply trying to sort out the wheat from the chaff, Brian has been accused of being a Heretic and worse, and seemingly one of his "disciples" as you refer to him-is reluctant to answer my simple question, to restore balance. For clarity Argyll Eagle: 1. Did you get hoodwinked along with others by Brian? and were you complicit in encouraging others because of this subterfuge 2. Is he still part of The Forum, and if so, does he post? 3. Is there any truth in the fact that he has made his killing and done a Lord Lucan ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 16:39:18 - 32410 of 32429 AE, read your post 32374 thank you, but you did not answer my question, specifically-did Brian, hoodwink a number of you, make a pile and vanish? or is he still on "The Forum", which would rather negate the post about him hyping it up and scarpering! Please be candid as candid in your reply, as others have been Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 13:26:27 - 32395 of 32429 lots of angst here, some desperate people, maybe overspent on QFI? Argyll Eagle, you have not answered my question regarding Brian (Bryan). Did he hoodwink you and others, make a mint and disappear, or is he still active please? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 21 Apr 2016 - 08:32:38 - 32387 of 32429 Argyll Eagle, thank you for your reply and it appears that there could be mileage in QFI, however it has fallen from its dizzy heights, you must agree. Is there any truth in the statement that Brian Bryan hoodwinked you and others on the Forum and cashed in his chips when he had made enough, and is he still on the forum please ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 20 Apr 2016 - 22:05:42 - 32372 of 32429 TradeYodha, just read the interesting history behind Brian, who allegedly hyped QFI up, made a fortune and disappeared ? Argyll Eagle, is any of this true please ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 20 Apr 2016 - 20:12:15 - 32366 of 32429 Argyll Eagle, as you are obviously an advocate of The Quadrise Forum, do you have any stated position on there please ? Also, if that forum is so worthy of your like-why do you post on here please ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 20 Apr 2016 - 15:17:28 - 32345 of 32429 For serious QFI insight and discussion many shareholders now use a moderated forum which can be reached through the link below. Http://quadriseshareholders.freeforums.org/ Is this serious or a wind-up please ? Quadrise Fuels. Fuels for the future - QFI brookemia - 20 Apr 2016 - 11:53:37 - 32335 of 32429 Trade Yodha Your "correlations" do seem to-in the main-track the price of oil, well spotted. If Argyll Eagle is a psychologist then it is no wonder the lunatics are running the asylum.he is very disparaging, and obviously does not accept contrarian views. He must be of the anti-democracy school of analysts and counsellors
20/4/2016
16:46
tradeyodha: On that OIL correlation study, I think few people did not get it as expected. Let me clarify. It does not follow the ratio of the price they are suggesting. It is more about sentiment. While oil price has been going down, the whole sector including oil related projects, services, projects, jobs almost everything has been getting hit. Hence the investor sentiment has been going down too reflecting in QFI share price. Simple rule, whatever happens in a sector affects companies in it. Few sustain the pressure and survive while others perish. That is why every business keep their eye on their sector all the time. They are aware of it. Again, I did this study to show the sentiment of investors and its affects on QFI share price and its market capitalisation. QFI also admitted this: hTtp://bit.ly/1QmN9hC
18/4/2016
23:01
tradeyodha: What a retard! Does not even know which Oil price to check :-) "Imbécile spécial" And for QFI Share price, read today's trades. They are being manipulated for a bigger player to get out again. Sorry I forgot you can not read. You are Retired errr! retarded.
04/4/2016
10:13
tongosti: hotfinance14 4 Apr'16 - 09:10 - 32004 of 32009 The oil price is forecast to go back over $70 a barrel by 2020...that's what Maersk will be looking at. Saudis themselves (+ US shale) do not agree with those oil price prediction, hence their $2 trillion SWF announced last week. fact. in addition, am afraid your track record of making a case for qfi is fairly poor facts suggest. you are indeed the oldest active shareholder on this board as you got in 10 years back but but have unfortunately been beaten by the lowest interest rate on cash on record (going back 300 years in this country) with your qfi investment. 2006 QFI - 30p 2016 QFI - 12p Has anyone thought whether management's total compensation packages have decreased proportionally with share price fortunes over the last 10 years?
02/4/2016
15:15
persimon: No doubt at all that the BOD are motivated (stock options, bonuses etc) to support the share price with their announcements. I think this BOD no different. Go back to the fundamentals; 2 years ago HFO cost $600/ton. Today its $160/ton and Maersks fuel bill is only 30% of what it used to be. So much of the cost pressure is off Maersk. 2 years ago the HFO/gasoil spread was $350/ton. Today it’s a little over $200, so less potential for savings. Environmental issues are hotting up after the 2015 COP 21 Paris meeting. The residue from which emulsion is made has higher carbon and sulphur than HFO so carbon dioxide and sulphur emissions will be higher. This is not to say QFI wont succeed. Just swimming against the tide right now. And its reflected in the share price.
01/3/2016
20:54
sallad3: Tony AE dost spout drivel. I have always supported, and continue to believe, the view that QFI will have a valuable transition product in the Marine sector, and that at some stage it is likely to be a time to buy shares for the upside. The problem is that as every day passes new technology arrives and with its current pricing LNG is a no-brainer for new build open ocean container ships which is why all are being fitted with dual fuel engines (and why Maersk has so recently formally tied up with Qatar to commercialise LNG for Marine). Power stations (particularly in KSA) are a different story. The new QFI man was very impressive and persuasive at the AGM for the pure logic and I suspect he will be proved right. BUT timing is all when it comes to investing and AE and his fellow secret squirrels would have you believe just buy now and tuck away as its all going to be worth billions. The members of the LuvFest and I disagree on the timescales and share prices. They seem to have a disconnect between Market Cap of a company and the relationship to share price. £100m is a heck of a value for a company that has a history of endless delays. That is why I think it best to buy on events and not before - if you miss 20% so? Just ask yourself why no-one has ever tried to use MSAR in any power stations since the successful Lithuania demo - until KSA came along and even there QFI is having to pay all its costs as the JV partner isn't paying anything but gets his 30% if it works. No need to rush. Just watch and wait (and ignore AE's tosh!)
26/3/2015
02:45
badger60: AE Your banging on sanctimoniously about how upset I'm going to be when QFI goes super nova isn't quite the same as putting your nuts in the mangle and giving us all the benefit of your undoubted guru-esque ability to predict a 2015 y/e QFI share price. It seems that you Cez and Bog, despite owning substantial QFI shareholdings, are clueless about what you feel your 5 star investment should be worth in 9 months time. Perhaps you should all consider taking up less complicated vocations which are more suited to your level of talents and qualifications........like kneading dough, ....because let's be brutally honest, if you were employed as trainee stamp lickers for example, you would all be out performed by, and reporting to a soggy sponge.
28/2/2015
13:42
argyll eagle: Kreature The share price is simply the market share price at a particular moment in time. The all important share price for investors will be the one when the company is either a great success or dismissal failure. What we have read from recent RNSs is that there are going to be delays. Long term investors in QFI believe that it will eventually be a great success, this is meaningless to traders who simply look at their charts and predict short term movements in share price So if you want to have a meaningful debate with long term investors you need to argue a well researched and documented case for QFIs eventual failure, not claim to be a wonderful share price predictor. If you want to engage in that level of discussion just refer to charts and have your discussions with other traders/shorters. I would recommend that all investors filter all traders and vice-versa.
13/2/2015
11:00
al h: Quadrise Fuels International PLC Stmnt re Share Price Movement Print Alert TIDMQFI RNS Number : 8730E Quadrise Fuels International PLC 13 February 2015 13 February 2015 Quadrise Fuels International plc ("QFI", "Quadrise" or the "Company") Statement re Share Price Movement The Company notes the fall in its share price today. The collapse in the oil price since Q4 2014, and related uncertainty in the energy sector, has clearly affected investor sentiment. While this has limited longer term relevance for the leading Quadrise projects and their prospects, this has understandably concerned shareholders. The continuing volatility of global crude oil prices has caused instability across the industry and consequential extensions to decision making processes. As previously noted, the Quadrise MSAR process adds value in refining by replacing high value distillates (principally diesel) with water and chemicals to create a substitute for conventional heavy fuel oil. The economics are therefore driven by the price difference (spread) between heavy fuel oil and diesel, not by the underlying price of crude oil. Whilst the spread between heavy fuel oil and diesel has narrowed, the economics of MSAR production in qualifying refineries remains sound. QFI is in advanced discussions with several refineries who see significant opportunity in producing MSAR despite the 60% fall in the price of crude oil. Pressure on refinery margins combined with the fall in oil prices have led to a large number of oil industry project cancellations and delays in capex related to diesel refining capacity. This could be beneficial to QFI as a reduction in future diesel supply capacity should lead to an increase the spread between heavy fuel oil and diesel and consequently improve the economics of MSAR production. A more comprehensive operational update will be provided to shareholders shortly.

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