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Quadrise Fuels International LSE:QFI London Ordinary Share GB00B11DDB67 ORD 1P
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  +0.375p +3.57% 10.875p 10.25p 11.50p - - - 173,530.00 16:35:24
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Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.9 -0.6 - 93.76

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10/12/2016
08:20
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 10.50p.
Quadrise Fuels International has a 4 week average price of 10.84p and a 12 week average price of 11.41p.
The 1 year high share price is 16p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 862,204,976 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,224,197 shares. The market capitalisation of Quadrise Fuels International is £93,764,791.14.
07/12/2016
15:28
tongosti: Deutsch3 - 07 Dec 2016 - 10:40 - 35310 of 35312 - 1My worry is that Maersk will be the first to know how successful the trials are ........then whoever they choose to share the information with...... then the Directors of QFI ....... probaly then the MMs.....and so on until the individual investors when they (QFI)choose to issue a notice of results - By then the share price will have gone through the roof or through the floor. ( or Maersk will have put in a bid) - This whole thing of trial and 'LONO' is rigged. there should be regular reports on progress for 'ALL' to see ( good, bad or indifferent)Too many people in the driving seat before the private investors! - not healthy!Not sure you are aware but if there is any significant piece of news which has yet to go public, you need not worry. The share price tips you off most often than not. Example: the share price has warned you for more than three years that QFI is a dog with fleas. If however you see QFI shootings to 25p tomorrow for no reason then you jump in and ask questions later. Easy peasy eh
04/11/2016
12:57
tongosti: What an amazing self promoting article from QFI - in the meantime share price 80% down hovering around three year lows. Hopefully such articles would do the trick and propel share price to Saturn!
23/10/2016
16:16
elrico: IC September update. Not that I rate IC given the frauds they have tipped over the last 3 years. QPP being the biggest of them. Quadrise: disruptive technology on a budget Most investors will opt for 'blue-chip' over 'blue sky' any day of the week - and with good reason. The most successful portfolio strategies are usually bound up with long-term investments in sound (largely predictable) companies with proven earnings and vigilant management; companies whose prospects aren't obviously imperilled by the evolving commercial environment or through rapid technological change. Stack your portfolio with investments that largely fulfil this criterion, preferably with some well-backed income streams into the bargain, and let compounding do the rest. Essentially, it's a question of eliminating unnecessary risk, where possible, and resisting the temptation to time markets. But staying invested doesn't always mean a passive investment strategy. Many investors, at least many investors on the right side of 40, are willing to seek out value plays in a bid to turbocharge their portfolios, or will apportion a certain amount of their capital in favour of blue-sky investments. By definition this is obviously a higher risk/reward scenario, all the more so when the company in question isn't generating cash flows. Without some idea of how much cash a given company can generate, the determination of its intrinsic value (it's estimated worth in the future) becomes all the more subjective - and therefore illusive. Which brings us on to Quadrise Fuels International (QFI); an Aim-traded alternative fuels producer that has been on the IC's radar since its debut on London's junior market 10 years ago. We feel Quadrise provides a prime example of the type of company that can galvanise and frustrate retail investors in equal measure; a function of a potentially lucrative product offering that - by necessity - has been subject to lengthy lead times to fruition. This is reflected by the intermittent surges in trading volumes throughout Quadrise's tenure on Aim, as a slow news beat and delays towards commercialisation have meant that periodic clamour for the shares has given way to profit-taking. Oil and water do mix apparently The company's commercial proposition is based on industry acceptance and subsequent rollout of its proprietary MSAR (Multiphase Superfine Atomised Residue) oil-in-water emulsified fuel. The production process, which was pioneered by a group of former British Petroleum (BP) specialists in conjunction with the national oil company of Venezuela, makes heavy hydrocarbons easier to use by producing a low viscosity fuel oil utilising water instead of expensive oil-based diluents. This treatment of the raw resource adds significant value to the refining process at a low capital cost allowing the MSAR fuel to be priced competitively, while providing financial incentives to the user to switch from conventional heavy fuel oil (HFO). In addition to significant cost savings, the fuel also delivers enhanced combustion and environmental benefits. Put another way: it provides a commercially viable alternative process for handling the sludge out of a barrel of crude oil without recourse to expensive additives or combination with lighter grades of hydrocarbons - thereby increasing profitability for both refiners and end users. The progressive tightening of combustion emissions standards by regulatory bodies, at national and international levels, has positive implications for MSAR fuels in the company's target markets. Heavyweight friends abroad Part of the reason why retail investors have been willing to buy into the MSAR narrative is that Quadrise has been able to establish a succession of commercial agreements with Akzo Nobel and Maersk. Saudi Aramco has also approved the use of Quadrise's technology in its refineries under a partnership deal, although commercialisation in the Desert Kingdom is some way off. A 'production to combustion' pilot programme has been delayed due to the launch of Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 economic reform plan in April of this year, although subsequently Quadrise has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to advance the production to combustion trial in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The MoU is said to "define the basis of collaboration" between Quadrise and its clients to progress the trial at refinery and power plant facilities within Saudi Arabia. Management remains confident of demonstrating the value of the MSAR technology in Saudi Arabia on a commercial scale with combustion testing at a major power utility well aligned with its Vision 2030 Programme. After all, burning off high-grade distillate to power the Kingdom's air conditioners probably isn't the most effective use of a finite resource. The good news is that Quadrise is in the home stretch with regard to its marine version of MSAR. The first batch of the emulsion fuel was successfully produced at the CEPSA San Roque refinery near Gibraltar, and is now being used in final sea trials on a vessel owned by Denmark's shipping giant, Maersk, with the sign-off expected during the first quarter of 2017. The operational trial is expected to run to 4,000 hours of engine operation on MSAR, over a period of approximately nine months. The fact that companies of this magnitude are willing to back the development of MSAR adds considerable ballast to Quadrise's investment case, although one suspects that the immediate commercial imperative weighing on the UK company isn’t shared by its overseas partners. A tortuous road towards commercialisation The aforementioned 'industry acceptance' is predicated on both contractual and technological terms, so MSAR's road towards commercialisation, while not exactly tortuous, has been punctuated by lengthy trial periods and drawn-out negotiations over future commercial terms. And there's the rub: Quadrise and, by extension, its shareholders are effectively enthral to the diktats of its heavyweight partners - and there's no getting away from that reality. That's obviously frustrating for investors, but in a sense the sheer thoroughness of the trial procedures firms up the business case for MSAR. These have included seaborne trials involving units from the world's leading marine engine manufacturers in Wärtsilä and MAN Diesel & Turbo, together with a detailed production review of an MSAR manufacturing unit at the San Roque refinery. Shareholders may have also felt frustrated by the company's share price performance once crude prices locked into reverse midway through 2014. That's because MSAR's commercial proposition isn't directly linked to the price of Brent crude, but rather the price differential between HFO and distillate fuels. The economics of the MSAR emulsion bunker fuel held up in the face of chronically low oil prices, but it's the spread between those two fuel prices that is the chief determinant of commercial viability. IC VIEW: In some respects the MSAR product straddles the UK's heavy industrial past and its increasingly high-tech future. But, essentially, Quadrise's founders saw a significant market opportunity but chose a route through to commercialisation that involved a limited capital commitment through the formation of key partnerships. The involvement of global titans such as Maersk helped to firm up the investment case for Quadrise, but it also meant that the timetable for the development of the fuels was effectively taken out of the UK company's hands. You could certainly make the case, however, that this measured approach will eventually prove beneficial for shareholders as it reduces the danger of stock dilution through corporate actions. Those shareholders will be holding their breath for the next piece of news out of Copenhagen. Last IC view: Buy, 13p, 22 Mar 2016 http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/09/16/shares/news-and-analysis/quadrise-disruptive-technology-on-a-budget-apwokd029Gnj8DnMpHqh9K/article.html
28/7/2016
17:33
brookemia: Numpty: don't know which contracts you are on about, but on the subject: Show me on public record that Maersk will guarantee to buy MSAR Did KSA have a written contract with QFI to install/commission/produce MSAR, if so what has happened? Why are they not urging QFI to ramp up the process. No one is disputing The LONO is underway, I mean, even you can see that QFI have over-promised, and under delivered. Senior people have left, is that the norm for great innovative ground-breaking technology. The markets dictate share price based on current knowledge, they are totally unimpressed. Obviously, you could always call them and tell them they have got it wrong, and to avail themselves of your investing strategy, I am sure once they do due diligence your phone will be red hot!and they will change the share price to at least £2 per share at a stroke. I suppose in your mind, the surges in share price were only caused by un-savvy get rich merchants, and not unfulfilled RNS's and updates. If that is the case, would you please advise us mere mortals when to buy and sell QFI in order that we might be as successful as you. Much obliged ! By the way most people on here are wise to PT Barnum and snake oil salesmen so don't bother to reply. Filtered for the sake of boredom, sanity and mankind!
26/7/2016
16:40
tigerbright: This is how I see it: 1)The secrecy involved in the negotiations and the lack of communication with shareholders (something we were promised would change at the last AGM)is highly suspicious and indicative of us being given (yet again) the run-around. 2)Saudi is dead in the water - we've known that for a long time. Any chance of it being resurrected is just a pipe dream. 3)Fund raising more than likely round the corner as we're strapped for cash by any metric due to the fact we're way behind schedule on ALL projects. This will likely be dilutive for existing shareholders as it's always been. 4)If commercial roll out does indeed take place, it won't happen until at least 2020, as millions will have to be spent on upgrading the refineries in Singapore etc. QFI is quite keen to hush-up this little fact. 5)Strange stuff going on with Jason Miles and his options. The long-termers on the shareholder forum say that it's a worrisome sign that he's cashing in now at an incredibly low point for the share price rather than waiting for the share price to recover. I tend to agree. 6) Lots of "gifts of shares" to directors children. Could be harmless but it could also allow directors to offload some shares without having to inform the market and effect sentiment. 7)10p support seems to have been lost and we seem to be preparing ourselves for an extended period in the single figures. 8)IR stone-walling any questions put to them and another person leaving the company (albeit a non-executive but one who has been around for a long time). In hindsight it was bad news that Ian Williams stepped down whhen he did, just before what was said to be "his moment of glory". We now know of course that he knew exactly what the score was - Saudi dead, Maersk delayed and uncertain. 9)No news until LONO has finished (likely Spring 2017). I believe LONO will be a success but the steps afterwards remain unclear. We have no idea if the agreements in place with Maersk include any get out clauses whereby they can wriggle out of committing themselves to buying the fuel. We are supposed to have blind trust in QFI but look where that has led us so far. 10) BOD have proven themselves to be incompetant at almost every stage and have led us down the garden path more times than we care to remember. 11) Finally, my gut feeling has been telling me this is a stinker for some time. Love story stocks but this one looks unlikely to produce a happy end. I have therefore sold down my holdings and retain a token amount, which I plan to sell on the LONO success bounce and before the three extra years it will take to commercialise it to anywhere near the volumes we've been promised (if we get that far at all). GLA!
23/6/2016
10:01
tongosti: Brooke - what has been factored in is that the lono process will start - AT SOME POINT. Exactly what the company has said. This is what I meant earlier. If you mean, commercial rollout after lonos has been priced in the answer is probably not. Why? It's simple - the company has an unbelievable track record in dragging things and the market simply does not have any confidence in QFI's ability to proceed to the commercial phase smoothly (remember 2014 worldwide commercial rollout?). In addition - and irrespective what the diehard supporters hope - placing is getting far more realistic with each passing day. This too holds the share price back. Finally, people need to ask themselves the question: how come not a single city institution (remember Banker's Day event in spring 2013?) has come on board after years and years is "partnering up" with some of the biggest companies in the land?The answer to this question is found in the QFI price chart and raises very awkward questions regarding the confidence the big boys (btw the ones who make possible small floats like QFI leap in price 20 -30 times) have in the future of the company. Unless there is a material improvement in how the company is proceeding from here QFI shouldn't be touched with a barge pole (unless one falls in love with it of course). Never wise to move in unless the market is indicating to you that the probability of success has increased materially (not my words these but the philosophy of some of the world's best traders ever). Good luck all and hope you have all cast your referendum votes by now!
21/4/2016
21:39
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
15:46
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
22:01
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.
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.
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