Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Senterra Egy LSE:SEN London Ordinary Share GB00BYX0MB92 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.125p 2.75p 3.50p 3.125p 3.125p 3.125p 114,360 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 0.84

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21/4/201716:40SENTERRA....the cheapest listed shell?!?!?46.00
12/11/201212:57SCREEN PLC: Fools Gold, what do you think?10.00
01/9/200511:18WHICH DIRECTION FOR SEN ? 2P OR NOT 2P310.00
20/12/200415:59SCREEN RESULTS 16Apr2003 - up up & away?937.00
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Senterra Egy Daily Update: Senterra Egy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEN. The last closing price for Senterra Egy was 3.13p.
Senterra Egy has a 4 week average price of 2.63p and a 12 week average price of 2.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.13p.
There are currently 27,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 102,185 shares. The market capitalisation of Senterra Egy is £843,750.
leedskier: Interesting connections Http:// conveniently the brokers has the same chairman and the head of corporate finance at Optiva is also a director (more about which below) Http:// for a closeup of one of the Optiva broker named in SEN's RNS below Https:// Http:// Jeremy King Head of Corporate Finance The head of corporate finance at Optiva and also the named director of SEN in that RNS is not so visible Http:// Http:// Chris Oil,who has his critics, provides commentary on his website about Optiva Http:// (Optiva's website may impress, but as photographs at the foot of the page on Chrisoil's blog demonstrate the offices do not, though they are conveniently located above a barber's shop for those looking for a real haircut and next to a strip club) incidentally the creator of this BB is also a fan of another Lenigas company and of course he is a fan of CUBA too Http:// I say linked because of the connection with Lenigas CUBA which Optiva also raised money for Http:// --- Will I find a prospectus for SEN if I search on the Company's website or anywhere else for that matter? How much cash does SEN actually have in its war chest? Please tell us Liquid Millionaire, what first attracted you to SEN or indeed the other companies linked to Optiva?
mr rusty: Does anybody know what has happened to Screen's shares today? They appear to have been removed from AIM. See above box for todays share price which is blank. What is going on?
seanworld: As u wish dmhzx. This fallen angel from the booming security sector has the chance to double your money. This is one to watch in 2005 One day, back in November, I had meetings with four different companies. And the one that really interested me was Screen - not to be confused, by the way, with a different AIM share, Screen FX. I was interested because Screen operates in security - an industry in a sweet spot of growth. But chairman Tim Wightman made no secret of the fact that the real purpose of his visit to London that day was to prevent Screen from going bankrupt. So let me describe how this company, which made its AIM debut in January 2002 at a share price of 55p, got into such a mess. The directors received bonuses for completing deals and then failed to manage them. Newly-acquired businesses were not integrated. Inadequate financial controls allowed sales to be overstated. Weak contracts with customers meant that Screen was not paid in the event of the failings of third parties. And it was losing out on a ton of extra revenue by selling equipment without any maintenance contracts. Inevitable board changes followed. Adrian Merryman became chief executive in December 2002, but he did not move fast enough to satisfy Tim Wightman, who became chairman in June 2003 - Merryman left in November 2003. With fresh money and management - the rot should have stopped Wightman has now recruited a new finance director Chris Langridge, and new MDs for the two subsidiary companies Petards and Joyce-Loebl. They are David Hayes, who founded and subsequently sold specialist software business FSS, and Bill Conn who was previously MD of Alstom Transport and Siemens Power Generation. Now, seven subsidiaries working autonomously from seven locations have been integrated into two companies at two locations. Overheads have been cut, customer contracts have been overhauled, and proper financial controls are in place. Remarkably, despite all this, Screen managed to grow its turnover by 13% in 2003 over 2002, and a further 10% in the first half of 2004. This, though, resulted in the drain of working capital, which left Screen at death's door in November. In a moment I will tell you what Screen does. But first, let's look at December's capital raising. Screen issued 557m new shares at 1p each which after expenses, brings in £5.1m. Screen warned that its net assets were no more than half the value of its issued share capital, i.e. around £300,000. The new boys have a great incentive to get this firm back on track So after this issue, net assets will be c£5.4m, equivalent to 0.86p per share. And net debt should be around £4m. The directors have personally stumped up £275,000 for new shares, but have also been awarded options over 20.3m shares, with a further 28.1m options going to senior management. Now, these options can be exercised after three years, but only if Screen achieves earnings per share of "not less than 0.275p" in any of the next three years. If it hits that figure, shareholders will be winners also, because the shares would surely command a PE of 10, implying a doubling of the share price to 2.75p. The placing announcement alluded to the steady improvement in revenue, the reduction of overheads, and offered optimism that the gross margin will rise in 2005. And that potential customers, deterred by Screen's parlous state, will now be prepared to commit orders. So now to the business, and next time you are chased by a police car, think of this. That police car has a camera. It is recording every move you make. It has an automatic number plate recognition system that can tell the officer in an instant if you are driving a stolen car. Subsidiary Petards is a developer of security management and control systems. It has over 250 installed systems in local and central government, police and security forces, ports, airports and railway stations. It does not make the hardware. In a typical job, for the Metropolitan Police, it integrated the monitoring of 3,500 surveillance cameras, previously watched from 50 separate control rooms, into just two 'super-centres'. These machines monitor the monitors In case you are wondering how many pairs of eyes are needed to follow 3,500 cameras, these are smart systems which automatically spot, and can instantly replay, anything suspicious such as the striking of a match. Petards also supplies mobile camera systems, incorporating passive infrared movement detectors, that can be mounted on trees or lamp-posts and transmit pictures via a wireless connection to another Petard product, a rugged laptop computer. The other subsidiary Joyce-Loebl is also a well established company working mainly for the defence industry. Recent contracts include a missile approach warning system for the Lynx helicopter and the supply of radio equipment to the Ministry of Defence in the UK. But it also has a video surveillance business that overlaps nicely with Petards, concentrating on the rail industry. The Paddington rail disaster, and fears that trains are soft targets for terrorism, has prompted the UK rail industry to introduce CCTV systems onto trains, both to monitor the passengers and driver, and to provide a 'black box' in the event of an accident. The Madrid rail bombing has added impetus, and Joyce-Loebl is working on a £2.7m order for Portuguese Rail on the Lisbon suburban line. Security is in a massive bull trend Governments are allocating extra cash to surveillance systems. Companies, afraid of being sued, are also spending in this area. Telecom utilities see surveillance and video streams as a good way of utilising broadband capacity. And with the number of monitors growing beyond the level that human guards can effectively monitor, automated threat identification and management systems are becoming essential.
wertyi13: I once went to an egm, had a few drinks with the ceo etc, all very nice, reassured about the future an all that, bstrds lost me a small fortune, share price dropped 400% over following 6 months.
dmhzx: In June 2004, the board of screen stated that they were likely to need more working capital. At the time, the mid share price was 6p. By the time a placing was announced in December 2004, the share price had collapsed to 1.75p. Since the announcement it has fallen by a further 48%. The announced placing was at just 1p. This represents a massive 82% discount against the price on the day that fundraising was first announced. (AND 90% discount if you compare the price the privileged few will pay for the placing and the price they would have had to pay on the open market) On the face of it, this is either total incompetence by the existing board, or a deliberate walking down of the price, in effect to steal the company from its existing owners. Existing shareholders have been denied any say in the way negotiations have taken place and have been denied any possibility of taking part in that placing. Share dilution is approaching 90%, and with the various options given and placing shares taken up, the current board after the placing will own nearly as much of the enlarged company as all current shareholders put together. The existing turkey shareholders however still get the chance to vote for Christmas and the placing cannot progress unless it is voted for at an EGM. My concerns about this affair, apart from the orchestrated theft of the company, and assuming that the board were being truthful at the interims, are as follows. The merchant bank acting as agents for the placing just happen to have a common director with Screen, and are getting £75000. Collins Stewart, as nominated advisor to screen has been paid £300,000 for advice. Advice that has lead to a collapse of shareholder value. And advice that also looks incompetent at best. It also seems very odd that this placing has been announced perfectly timed to limit shareholders chances of responding, coming just as the Christmas break begins If the shareholders vote for this placing they lose 90% of the company. The placing has been recommended by a board that has presided over a 90% fall in value during a six month period when the underlying business has been at its strongest ever. If the shareholders vote against the placing, the board have already threatened to call in the receivers. The implication being that without this particular placing, HboS will suddenly turn from 'supportive' and demand all their money back. Therefore, if the company is to be saved for its present owners, we need to do ALL of the following at the EGM. 1) Vote against all the proposals 2) Sack the entire board and replace it with one that will work for the company. 3) Replace Collins Stewart as advisors. It is after all their 'advice' that has led to a placing at 90% discount from the start position. 4) If HboS is going to pull the plug, we need to get rid of them as bankers and find someone else So this thread is intended to see how many votes we can get together in time for the EGM. – Anyone prepared to come to the EGM or let me have their proxy, please post here. If it looks as though we have a chance, my input would be up to £65K, which would represent just under 10% of SEN at today's price. THERE ISN'T MUCH TIME. ACT NOW TO STOP YOUR COMPANY BEING GIVEN AWAY.
pylon: So that's how they get the Share Price down to the 1p level. Guess what folks, it closed today at just over 1p - 0.50p to sell; 2.00p to buy. Getting awfully near that 1p placing price that the AFX today mentioned. Unless there are a hell of a lot of brave punters out there who can spot a bargain.
rmart: I would say 5 million will be plenty. 300 million shares at 1.75p. pay off creditors and 2 mill off borrowings. This will leave the co in a very good position and the share price will recover dramatically IMO.
jailbird: Shocking this should be slaughtered. From what 70/80p after consolidation and back to a penny share again is unbelievable. Divina U need to divorce yourself, U have been married too long to this one. Hope for U it comes good but it looks like the fall in the share price because another cash call is sought and this time they only gonna get if the big boys get them at rock bottom. Personally cannot see the logic in that.....retail punters will lose again.
responsible lad: No way hozay. My shares in BPRG and BUC are up as well as my newly purchased SEN, which everyone is hoping for a much further share price recovery in.
divina: taffee - Agree totally I have stuck with SEN a long time the news from joyce-loebl should of been released as a RNS it is an article that has a reaction on the share price Any news that could have an effect on a company share price should be released. I think its OUTRAGEOUS I notice on the screen website the email link does not work. Really getting annoyed with this company.
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