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  +0.06p +2.07% 2.96p 2.92p 3.00p - - - 189,631 16:35:00
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19/8/2017
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 2.90p.
Quadrise Fuels International has a 4 week average price of 2.63p and a 12 week average price of 2.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.40p.
There are currently 862,204,976 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,806,739 shares. The market capitalisation of Quadrise Fuels International is £25,521,267.29.
20/7/2017
17:15
kreature: 74 year old respected poster (and long term holder?)on LSE: psilaq3 Posts: 175 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 2.875 bp's 1189 postToday 17:11Shush benny, (lower case) your much too young to be trying to teach me how to suck eggs. A little respect, and empathy would be more appropriate, in this case I think These people on here, do not expect, nor appreciate your supercillious collage boy response's, to important and genuine queries ....'"However, we will not issue RNSs every time a shareholder demands one in response to a share price move" In case you haven't been at QFI long enough to notice benny , and are not quite up to speed? it wasn't so much ....'a share price move' , more like a share price disaster!!! Before, and during your tenure, you and the people around you, allowed this share to plummet from 51.456 pence, to barely 2.456, so between you, and, presumably all working together.......(wait, i'm sorry, how does the kap-i-tan phrase it? Oh yes.....'all working HARD together) you managed to totally mismanage, and massacre this once promising company within an inch of it's life, and drive it into a place where it should, with a modicum of common sense, never have been, and still is!!!! (a bit of mm fiddling with the price, doesn't add value, not permanently anyway) You were handed GOLD, and have turned it into LEAD That's what happens when you have no back up plan, there appears to be a lack of motivation,or urgency in your ideas for QFI, and, how best to drive it forward, for the benefit of all. In two years your board.....(not you personally benny, you seem to be a bit too low on the totem pole to make half witted, important decisions!!.....but don't worry you'll learn...........and........I'm sure you'll find it easy!!) ;........have not secured one order nor contributed one brass razu to the pot. Mind? your pretty nifty at taking, your HARD earned wages, every month! Lastly. benny I hope 'the project' you mentioned isn't like the last one? is it??you know......the one that stated....... "The project in KSA continues to progress ? until it doesn't .....and remains on track to commence in the second half of 2017 ? until it changes, or canceled. We will provide an update on this as soon as we can' ? will you really.........because if it is I can see at least three causes for concern there, and, seeing as how me 'n' you are buddies, let me try and help........see the question marks I've taken the liberty to insert,
07/7/2017
22:17
tongosti: For your eyes only Indigo (as I don't post on 3i):Buffett indeed says price is what you pay and value is what you get. Key word is "value" (as low share price DOES NOT equal value necessarily [ever hear BUffetts' cigar butt concept - obviously not...]What Buffett means by "value" is an EXISTING cashflow number (relative to enterprise value) as a proxy for value. How does that apply to QFI sunshine? Challenge you to name one investment Buffett ever made on a "story" stock?Yep, exactly. Re Soros - you have failed to understand the meaning of his words. Ever come across his Reflexivity theory? Obviously not because a crucial part of it is that there is a two way feedback loop between business prospects and share prices. Aka share prices convey A LOT (unless your unheard of comment that markets are always wrong) of info re underlying businesses. Re exact Soros' comments you quote - discounting the obvious and betting on the unexpected: The way that applies to QFI is - Discount stupidity (all the way up 50p) and bet the other way (go short all the way down). Half knowledge is clearly very damaging to a few (demonstrated by buying at 14p and doing a 10bagger in reverse). PS. Those you refer to as shorts are calculated risk takers not Millwall FC fans. Translation: unless the zealot crowds who take UNLIMITED risk (and live on a prayer like yourself) professional longs and shorts take only LIMITED risk which is quantified well in advance. In other words, the market never ever surprises them on the risk side. Only on windfalls! Consequently - the market will never ever shock anyone's finances if one knows how to play the game. Suggest you do some more reading (another useful tip in educating yourself - read anything you can get your hands on from Ed Thorpe) and write far, far less sport.
20/6/2017
20:07
brookemia: as promised: Alan Hall 10 Jun (10 days ago) to Mikkel.Elbek.L., stm Maersk and Danish PM Dear Sirs, I can only presume that my recent email, has not been fully investigated, as I have had neither a reply or courteous acknowledgement of receipt. I shall await your reply by Wednesday 14th June, and then shall escalate my involvement of The MEP's to the EU yours truly Alan & Wendy Hall ​Danish PM: 9/6/2017 Dear Prime Minister, I would draw your attention to the above-named collaborative, contractually-defined arrangement between The Maersk group, and Quadrise Fuels International. I shall be as brief as possible, some time ago in 2016, Maersk approached QFI for them to conduct a trial on board The Seago Istanbul, to trial a new ground-breaking emulsion fuel, which if successful would be an innovative fuel with great benefits to the environment and to marine shipping Companies. All was going well, but with the financial muscle and power that Maersk displays and uses, QFI were not allowed to disclose much detail, because of Non-Disclosure Agreements that Maersk have and continue to impose, rather excessively it is perceived. The vessel "allegedly" hit a buoy, although with modern technology/sonar/radar and on duty watchmen, this is rather surprising? Following this "collision", QFI were informed that the vessel was to go into dry dock, with little additional details as per Maersk's cloak of secrecy. QFI were subsequently advised in March 2017 that the trial had been suspended after remaining onboard MSAR had been consumed, DESPITE Maersk confirming that thus far The Trial was a success. QFI were subsequently advised that Maersk would only use compliant fuels from 2020, and that the use of MSAR along with scrubbers-which was/is the preferred option for many in the marine fuel and refining industries, that see the use of high sulphur fuel and scrubbers as the most economic option for 2020 IMO sulphur regulations. It is more surprising as Maersk have already installed scrubbers on some vessels. Also their intended use of Low-sulphur fuel would put them at a distinct disadvantage with their competitors. Maersk's actions decimated the QFI share price and have cost many UK/International shareholders, many thousands/hundreds of thousands of pounds in financial losses, with their unilateral action. I am not sure that this would be allowed to happen in Denmark, as there would be a public outcry. We were advised that Maersk would receive the Interim Inspection LONO reports by end of May 2017. Maersk also previously confirmed that they would work collaboratively with QFI to progress the commercialisation of MSAR to the wider global Marine Industry. I would be grateful, if you would seek assurances from Maersk, that this is still the case, given their contrarian views on the product, and also how they could address the financial plight of these unfortunate Investors, that have occurred, only because of the actions of Maersk. I would ask The MEP's if this question could be raised in The European Parliament as a matter of urgency on behalf of UK Investors. Thanking you Prime Minister for taking the time to read, this unfortunate, but avoidable situation. Hi (redacted)   QFI Director Cheers, and I shall keep to my word, however is it against the rules to just let me know if an MMU is in place either now/shortly, as to how could the trial take place without one? I shall, if, in receipt of a satisfactory answer, also postpone any escalation of MEP's involvement, which might be at the least-irritating. This is not an attempt at unethical behaviour (redacted), I assure you of that. I just need to know(redacted), if my investment is safe, along with my family and whether to-if possible-increase my holdings, in order to take advantage of any possible news uplift. Strangely enough The FT financial pundit gives a year-end share price of 29.75P, now, from where did he get that little nugget? Assuring you of my word kind regards Akzo Nobel/Danish PM/Maersk Public Relations: Dear Sirs, Would you please submit this to the correct department. Please advise me as a shareholder what are Akzo-Nobel's views on the way that Maersk have dumped QFI and Akzo-Nobel, in their public "divorce" of QFI and the MSAR Trial. They have decimated the Share price and nearly brought the Company to bankruptcy. They are holding out on The Wartsila Interim Report, having publicly stated that are not pursuing MSAR and scrubber options, having had the report for a week, and obviously in possession of the true facts, as they had publicly stated that- up to the mysterious "collision" with a buoy-the trial had been a success How do you feel- as a co-partner and renowned Company of good practice about this disgraceful behaviour by Maersk. yours truly Maersk/Danish PM/7 Eastern region MEP's: Dear Sirs, It has been a week since Wartsila have issued you with their Draft report and review. You were already in possession of most of the relevant facts as you have publicly stated that it was a success until The mysterious "Buoygate" affair, where- despite a modern ship with attendant sonar, radar, and watchmen- you were unable to avoid a "collision" and unable , surprisingly-given your massive resources unable  to continue with the trial ? You subsequently publicly "divorced" QFI pronouncing to the world that you would not be adopting MSAR with scrubbers as a viable way forward. This is despite contrarian views in the Marine environment, and the fact that you have installed scrubbers on some of your ships. How can you on one hand, say publicly, that you are contractually obligated to pursue the collaboration with QFI to a satisfactory conclusion, and on the other hand reduce our Share price to its knees, and destroy thousands of shareholder dreams and aspirations. I have made initial enquiries to MEP's, and in the absence of a courtesy acknowledgement form your Danish PM, and a satisfactory reply from yourselves, I shall escalate the involvement of British MEP's, as your usual "cloak of secrecy" persists, and your stranglehold and veto of QFI's ability to release news that might help us, prohibits QFI from any public positive announcements. I am not entirely sure of regulations in Denmark, but I suspect that this kind of censure would not be tolerated. yours truly Reply from Maersk 19th June Alan,   As previously stated we refer to Quadrise communication regarding MSAR – specifically on the receipt of the Interim Letter Of No Objection, I refer to this latest announcement on 8 June by Quadrise: http://hsprod.investis.com/servlet/HsPublic?context=ir.access&ir_option=RNS_NEWS&ir_client_id=4867&item=2816712567160832   Best regards Mikkel I have had calls from QFI-already stated-and they are not happy with my emails, I told them that I was not happy with their performance, and also the former and current Directors who have had made gains. I have tried, but a wall of silence and no reply from Danish PM or any Eastern region MEP, but Nigel Farage emailed me from Brussels, and said it was a legal issue and that we should pursue it from that perspective. I am at a loss now, but can only suggest pressure is piled on individually to QFI. regards Alan
15/6/2017
11:39
toby29: Kreature Well my hoped for reason is - see my post 37685 but I recognise this may be wishful thinking on my part. Might also be that Maersk are happy to see the QFI share price drift down to get the technology on the cheap and cut-out Quadrise completely. Would be rather controversial to effectively bankrupt a company and then buy it over but I'm sure they could dress it up to cover up the issue.
08/6/2017
12:09
brookemia: as previously advised, this was sent to Danish PM, CEO Maersk, 7 MEP's and Qfi, Captain Kirk. Please feel free and would appreciate it being forwarded to your own MEP's(just google) UK MEP's: Dear Prime Minister, I would draw your attention to the above-named collaborative, contractually-defined arrangement between The Maersk group, and Quadrise Fuels International. I shall be as brief as possible, some time ago in 2016, Maersk approached QFI for them to conduct a trial on board The Seago Istanbul, to trial a new ground-breaking emulsion fuel, which if successful would be an innovative fuel with great benefits to the environment and to marine shipping Companies. All was going well, but with the financial muscle and power that Maersk displays and uses, QFI were not allowed to disclose much detail, because of Non-Disclosure Agreements that Maersk have and continue to impose, rather excessively it is perceived. The vessel "allegedly" hit a buoy, although with modern technology/sonar/radar and on duty watchmen, this is rather surprising? Following this "collision", QFI were informed that the vessel was to go into dry dock, with little additional details as per Maersk's cloak of secrecy. QFI were subsequently advised in March 2017 that the trial had been suspended after remaining onboard MSAR had been consumed, DESPITE Maersk confirming that thus far The Trial was a success. QFI were subsequently advised that Maersk would only use compliant fuels from 2020, and that the use of MSAR along with scrubbers-which was/is the preferred option for many in the marine fuel and refining industries, that see the use of high sulphur fuel and scrubbers as the most economic option for 2020 IMO sulphur regulations. It is more surprising as Maersk have already installed scrubbers on some vessels. Also their intended use of Low-sulphur fuel would put them at a distinct disadvantage with their competitors. Maersk's actions decimated the QFI share price and have cost many UK/International shareholders, many thousands/hundreds of thousands of pounds in financial losses, with their unilateral action. I am not sure that this would be allowed to happen in Denmark, as there would be a public outcry. We were advised that Maersk would receive the Interim Inspection LONO reports by end of May 2017. Maersk also previously confirmed that they would work collaboratively with QFI to progress the commercialisation of MSAR to the wider global Marine Industry. I would be grateful, if you would seek assurances from Maersk, that this is still the case, given their contrarian views on the product, and also how they could address the financial plight of these unfortunate Investors, that have occurred, only because of the actions of Maersk. I would ask The MEP's if this question could be raised in The European Parliament as a matter of urgency on behalf of UK Investors. Thanking you Prime Minister for taking the time to read, this unfortunate, but avoidable situation.
07/4/2017
17:36
crippin24: maersk stabs pi,s inthe share price again.bouygate not continuing trial.scrubbergate .not using scrubbers.scrubbers have been a prerequisit of msar since the start .now maersk are not definetly going to use scrubbers.maersk not continuing trial share price crashes.maersk not going to use scrubbers maybe .share price crashes.if you posters can recall my other posts i definatly predicted that maersk would trump up any excuse to drop the share price{i thought it would be something engine related}i was wrong on the exact excuse .but the excuses are their.i also said maersk wanted control of qfi desperatly but as cheap as they can get it.can another report from maersk drop the share any more.do we realy believe that maersk will use most expensive fuel while their competitors use cheap msar.all the delays problems with the marine side of this fuel are maersk related maersk are the worst parners in the world qfi could have found to test msar.oh i forgot maersk came to qfi and offered their serviced.{that has turned out well hasn,t it}.my advice to bod dump maersk like they are poison.{because they are}i would feel more confident in qfi if maersk were totaly out of the picture and not allowed to have anything to do with qfi in the future,i believe maersk is buying as many shares in qfi as they can for a cheap take over.maersk will ruin qfi at the cost to the shareholders.i hope i am wrong.just my opinion.
10/3/2017
11:14
brookemia: QFI share price dropping ? Why, I ask, has there not been a decision-in view of the accident and close proximity to end of LONO- to make an interim assessment and say Yes the LONO has worked. We are-subject to mis/interpretation-over 75% done, so whatever has happened, has happened and is irreversible! The question is, if it was favourable then why has Maersk not said anything as they would gain a commercial advantage, or at the very least get royalties as per the tri-partite agreement? If it was unfavourable, would not Maersk say so, put it to bed and move on? One would have opined that Akzo-Nobel have a say as well as QFI, is Maersk so powerful-in this agreement-that they can order a complete news blackout
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.
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