Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Txo Plc LSE:TXO London Ordinary Share GB00B3SYR037 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.045p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.0 -0.2 - 0.66

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21/1/2017
17:57
Hooray! Tim is still reading my posts, now stop wasting time spamming the thread and get the annual report out. I am sure Karolina will be a great help to you in doing that now she is on the board.
sweet karolina
21/1/2017
17:20
OPEC To Meet In Vienna This Weekend For Oil Cut Compliance By Damir Kaletovic - Jan 20, 2017, 6:30 PM CST Offshore platform This weekend the representatives of OPEC and several other major oil producers outside of this group, including Russia, are meeting in Vienna for their first meeting to monitor compliance with the oil output cut agreement. The meeting will establish a compliance mechanism to verify that producers are sticking to a deal to reduce output by 1.8 million barrels per day, said OPEC's Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo. Their plan is to figure out how to confirm that all 24 signatories of this historic deal are keeping to their pledges to reduce output and keep the agreed on amount of supply off the market for six months. OPEC is keen to demonstrate that it has shed its hard-earned reputation for cheating, and that the group is serious about tackling the supply glut and lifting oil prices. OPEC’s agreement to reduce output in tandem with non-OPEC Russia and several other producers in December was the first such move in 15 years. "I have no doubts in Russia's commitment to continue to participate with us and solidify this platform effectively establishing a stabilizing forum for the short, mid and long-term," Barkindo said. International oil prices rose to an 18-month high of more than US$58 a barrel after the OPEC and several non-members agreed on December 10 to end two years of unfettered production and instead cut output. Crude has since slid back down some 5 percent as speculators are concerned that commitments will not be met. Related: Oil Slides After Massive Rig Count Gain In December, OPEC’s production fell by 220,900 barrels a day to 33.085 million barrels a day, with the biggest drops coming from Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, according to secondary source data in the group’s monthly report published on 18 January. The organization agreed to reduce its output to 32.5 million barrels a day, although that total included about 740,000 barrels a day of output from former member Indonesia. Russia has pumped an average of 11.1 million barrels a day so far in January—108,000 barrels a day less than official government figures for November and December, according to initial data from the Energy Ministry, compiled by Bloomberg. Russia agreed to cut 300,000 barrels a day by April or May. OPEC will meet in May to decide whether to propose to extend the output cutting measures together with non-OPEC countries.
lofuw
21/1/2017
17:20
OPEC To Meet In Vienna This Weekend For Oil Cut Compliance By Damir Kaletovic - Jan 20, 2017, 6:30 PM CST Offshore platform This weekend the representatives of OPEC and several other major oil producers outside of this group, including Russia, are meeting in Vienna for their first meeting to monitor compliance with the oil output cut agreement. The meeting will establish a compliance mechanism to verify that producers are sticking to a deal to reduce output by 1.8 million barrels per day, said OPEC's Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo. Their plan is to figure out how to confirm that all 24 signatories of this historic deal are keeping to their pledges to reduce output and keep the agreed on amount of supply off the market for six months. OPEC is keen to demonstrate that it has shed its hard-earned reputation for cheating, and that the group is serious about tackling the supply glut and lifting oil prices. OPEC’s agreement to reduce output in tandem with non-OPEC Russia and several other producers in December was the first such move in 15 years. "I have no doubts in Russia's commitment to continue to participate with us and solidify this platform effectively establishing a stabilizing forum for the short, mid and long-term," Barkindo said. International oil prices rose to an 18-month high of more than US$58 a barrel after the OPEC and several non-members agreed on December 10 to end two years of unfettered production and instead cut output. Crude has since slid back down some 5 percent as speculators are concerned that commitments will not be met. Related: Oil Slides After Massive Rig Count Gain In December, OPEC’s production fell by 220,900 barrels a day to 33.085 million barrels a day, with the biggest drops coming from Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, according to secondary source data in the group’s monthly report published on 18 January. The organization agreed to reduce its output to 32.5 million barrels a day, although that total included about 740,000 barrels a day of output from former member Indonesia. Russia has pumped an average of 11.1 million barrels a day so far in January—108,000 barrels a day less than official government figures for November and December, according to initial data from the Energy Ministry, compiled by Bloomberg. Russia agreed to cut 300,000 barrels a day by April or May. OPEC will meet in May to decide whether to propose to extend the output cutting measures together with non-OPEC countries.
lofuw
21/1/2017
17:19
OPEC To Meet In Vienna This Weekend For Oil Cut Compliance By Damir Kaletovic - Jan 20, 2017, 6:30 PM CST Offshore platform This weekend the representatives of OPEC and several other major oil producers outside of this group, including Russia, are meeting in Vienna for their first meeting to monitor compliance with the oil output cut agreement. The meeting will establish a compliance mechanism to verify that producers are sticking to a deal to reduce output by 1.8 million barrels per day, said OPEC's Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo. Their plan is to figure out how to confirm that all 24 signatories of this historic deal are keeping to their pledges to reduce output and keep the agreed on amount of supply off the market for six months. OPEC is keen to demonstrate that it has shed its hard-earned reputation for cheating, and that the group is serious about tackling the supply glut and lifting oil prices. OPEC’s agreement to reduce output in tandem with non-OPEC Russia and several other producers in December was the first such move in 15 years. "I have no doubts in Russia's commitment to continue to participate with us and solidify this platform effectively establishing a stabilizing forum for the short, mid and long-term," Barkindo said. International oil prices rose to an 18-month high of more than US$58 a barrel after the OPEC and several non-members agreed on December 10 to end two years of unfettered production and instead cut output. Crude has since slid back down some 5 percent as speculators are concerned that commitments will not be met. Related: Oil Slides After Massive Rig Count Gain In December, OPEC’s production fell by 220,900 barrels a day to 33.085 million barrels a day, with the biggest drops coming from Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, according to secondary source data in the group’s monthly report published on 18 January. The organization agreed to reduce its output to 32.5 million barrels a day, although that total included about 740,000 barrels a day of output from former member Indonesia. Russia has pumped an average of 11.1 million barrels a day so far in January—108,000 barrels a day less than official government figures for November and December, according to initial data from the Energy Ministry, compiled by Bloomberg. Russia agreed to cut 300,000 barrels a day by April or May. OPEC will meet in May to decide whether to propose to extend the output cutting measures together with non-OPEC countries.
lofuw
21/1/2017
17:19
OPEC To Meet In Vienna This Weekend For Oil Cut Compliance By Damir Kaletovic - Jan 20, 2017, 6:30 PM CST Offshore platform This weekend the representatives of OPEC and several other major oil producers outside of this group, including Russia, are meeting in Vienna for their first meeting to monitor compliance with the oil output cut agreement. The meeting will establish a compliance mechanism to verify that producers are sticking to a deal to reduce output by 1.8 million barrels per day, said OPEC's Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo. Their plan is to figure out how to confirm that all 24 signatories of this historic deal are keeping to their pledges to reduce output and keep the agreed on amount of supply off the market for six months. OPEC is keen to demonstrate that it has shed its hard-earned reputation for cheating, and that the group is serious about tackling the supply glut and lifting oil prices. OPEC’s agreement to reduce output in tandem with non-OPEC Russia and several other producers in December was the first such move in 15 years. "I have no doubts in Russia's commitment to continue to participate with us and solidify this platform effectively establishing a stabilizing forum for the short, mid and long-term," Barkindo said. International oil prices rose to an 18-month high of more than US$58 a barrel after the OPEC and several non-members agreed on December 10 to end two years of unfettered production and instead cut output. Crude has since slid back down some 5 percent as speculators are concerned that commitments will not be met. Related: Oil Slides After Massive Rig Count Gain In December, OPEC’s production fell by 220,900 barrels a day to 33.085 million barrels a day, with the biggest drops coming from Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, according to secondary source data in the group’s monthly report published on 18 January. The organization agreed to reduce its output to 32.5 million barrels a day, although that total included about 740,000 barrels a day of output from former member Indonesia. Russia has pumped an average of 11.1 million barrels a day so far in January—108,000 barrels a day less than official government figures for November and December, according to initial data from the Energy Ministry, compiled by Bloomberg. Russia agreed to cut 300,000 barrels a day by April or May. OPEC will meet in May to decide whether to propose to extend the output cutting measures together with non-OPEC countries.
lofuw
21/1/2017
08:51
I see Tim has appointed his girlfriend as a director of CTA. A promotion from sending out e-mails on his behalf with inside info to non insiders trying to convince them to take part in fundraises with the line that the fundraise is already subscribed but if you let Tim know quickly he will still get you in. The salary may not be what she is used to though as she used to get £40k pa in the heyday when there was plenty of shareholders' cash to throw around for doing nothing. At least the Annual Return has finally been filed - only 6 months late, just the Annual Report for the 18 months to 31 Mar 16 to do now. Only 4 months late with that one. Seeing as the Annual Report to 30 Sep 14 (released nearly 6 months late in Sep 15) is still under investigation by ICAEW, we may have a while longer to wait for the next instalment if indeed we ever see it. I am expecting an update from ICAEW very soon on how their investigation is going. They are good, they do look into things thoroughly, but they move at the pace of a comatose 3 toed sloth. Just over a year ago, In a desperate attempt to get trapped investors to exercise warrants, Tim said GBG had secured a lease on the land they needed for the plant and had finance sorted and the long awaited plant was expected to be operational in 2016. Well it is 2017 now and I can't find anything that says work has even started - no great surprises. However £14,837 warrants were exercised shortly before the company gave up all pretence of ever getting a listing and became a private company. Perhaps, had the accounts not been a complete work of fiction the mugs who fell for that trick would have not been so keen to part with more of their money. Cleaner Fuels do not seem to have done the placing that Tim was trying to get trapped TXO/CTA holders to subscribe to - he did say it was already covered by other investors, but we know that is one of his standard lies. It does look like the mug punters are finally wising up. At Marine Oil recycling there seems to have been a bit of a boardroom coup. First of all the other 2 directors resigned leaving Tim on his own, then Tim resigned with the other 2 coming back. There were no free shares for trapped holders in the end for this one.
sweet karolina
13/11/2016
21:32
Howesp, All the money has gone! Investors will never see a penny. TB has walked away from so many similar situations only to start the whole charade going all over again. I made a promise to a dying colleague to do all I could to prevent TB ripping off a whole new set of PIs and I intend to keep that promise. There is no need for others to join this crusade, but if I fail and he does come crawling back onto AIM then I hope I can count on the support of investors who lost money here and in his other train wrecks. A significant number of those train wrecks employed the same auditors, who clearly turned a blind eye to what was going on. I hope to have some good news from ICAEW in the new year that means that TB will have trouble finding another pliant auditor, which in turn will make it very difficult to come back. He was clearly hoping to suck trapped TXO investors into putting money into Cleaner Fuels and Marine Oil Recycling - both Ltd companies which cannot get a listing. It looks like he has given up on the Marine Oil Recycling scam and it does not look like his plans for Cleaner Fuels are going the way he hoped. However I will be keeping my eye on it.
sweet karolina
13/11/2016
16:25
If you (the people out there) are seriously trying to get something done by the authorities, then everyone should be doing their bit to help in this crusade. Personally and regretfully I think everyone is wasting their time, as I am sure TB has already got his hands on any money available and we will just be left "blowing in the wind". But I wish you well!!
howesp
13/11/2016
14:26
Good to see Tim is still monitoring the board and spamming after my posts. How about not wasting time spamming but instead getting the CTA Annual Return and Annual Report in to Companies House? Or are you having trouble getting anyone to audit the accounts after Kingston Smith have spent so long under investigation by ICAEW?
sweet karolina
12/11/2016
16:28
I note that Gary Taylor and David Morgan (yes the David Morgan who failed to deliver at Morgan Oil / GBG) have both resigned from Marine Oil Recycling leaving TB as sole director of that zombie company going no where, having also moved its registered office address back to the Northampton HIV clinic. Obviously still no sign of the CTA Annual Return and Annual report, both of which are now well overdue. How long before the first strike off notification arrives? How is that £150k fund raise for Cleaner Fuels going? No sign of an SH01 at companies house saying they have issued shares for actual cash, as opposed to just giving them away. A bit strange as TB basically said he was giving trapped CTA holders priority, but if there was not the take up he already had other investors lined up. But as that is one of TB's standard lies he trots out every time he is trying to squeeze a few quid out of people on his contact list, I guess it is not that much of a surprise.
sweet karolina
26/10/2016
08:04
Finally the Cleaner Fuels confirmation statement has been filed with Companies House. It lists all the holders of freebie shares, ie the trapped former TXO shareholders. It is worth noting that the freebies are B shares, which have no voting rights, and that all the A shares, which far outnumber the B shares are held by TB, Stuart Yates and John Taylor. HTTPS://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/09771304/filing-history
sweet karolina
26/9/2016
06:22
I note Chris Foster has left the sinking ship and that the annual return is well overdue. I wonder if results for the 18 Months to 31 Mar 16 will be out this week. Somehow I doubt it. I am still waiting to hear the results of ICAEW's investigation into the last set of lies that were laughably passed off as an audited set of accounts.
sweet karolina
23/9/2016
10:47
mmm corporate actions
pembury
10/9/2016
16:00
ADVANCED ENERGY CONVERSION PROCESSES2Investment in shares in Cleaner Fuels Limited (“CFL” or the “Company”;) must be regarded as speculative. This Information Memorandum is not a prospectus or a disclosure document under England and Wales, Australian or United States of America (“USA”) corporate law. It is not required to be lodged with, or reviewed by the London Stock Exchange (“LSE”). Potential investors should obtain their own independent advice and make their own assessment of the investment described in this Information Memorandum. This is not a Prospectus. "must be regarded as speculative...." no more to be said. No change here then Baldwin? If anyone is remotely considering investing hard earned cash feel free to ignore all the warnings you have read on this thread and look at his record....you will be shocked.
bili1946
02/9/2016
14:45
Baldwin's latest attempt to screw more money out of mug punters - are there any left who are stupid enough to fall for it? https://www.dropbox.com/s/5xb7zzyod3ngne4/CFL%20Presentation.pdf?dl=0
sweet karolina
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