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Velocys Plc LSE:VLS London Ordinary Share GB00B11SZ269 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +2.17% 58.75p 57.50p 60.00p 63.50p 57.50p 57.50p 307,788 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 2.0 -21.1 -14.1 - 84.54

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Velocys Daily Update: Velocys Plc is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VLS. The last closing price for Velocys was 57.50p.
Velocys Plc has a 4 week average price of 48.50p and a 12 week average price of 48.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 101p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25p.
There are currently 143,896,376 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 120,657 shares. The market capitalisation of Velocys Plc is £84,539,120.90.
thebigshortfella: haydock - thanks for this. There could be multiple reasons for the share price drag, but this could well be a factor. If the bond gets approved and (if we assume that VLS are awarded the Red Rock contract) do you have a view as to what would be a fair re-rating of VLS's share price? Thanks.
thebigshortfella: Brucie5 - thanks. I am hoping/expecting for something higher than that if new customers are announced. That said, you are probably being far more realistic! I am curious to see if an increase in the oil price moves VLS higher. I am pretty sure that some institutions trading systems had VLS classed as an oil sector stock as oil price movements over the past 2 years are highly correlated to VLS's share movements. It didn't make sense to me that the VLS "story" had significantly improved since 2014 yet the share price was going down (in line with the oil price). If I am correct (and obviously I may not be!) it will be interesting to see if those same institutions trading systems still have VLS classed as an oil sector stock and if they start automated buying on an uptrend in the price of oil.
pugugly: Another possible drag on the vls share price "More pipelines form part of a wider, deflationary trend of rising energy supply that is likely under President Trump (see this). That means not only gas markets, but also coal miners and even power generators will feel the effects as those ripples grow more intense" Declaration - A vls holder - and still partially under water so I need a higher share price but just looking a possilbe potholes on the way there - See also >
erogenous jones: Very overbought, beeezzzzzz IMO - hence my decision to sell a few on Friday in my sons respective SIPP accounts. That aside, and I am aware of your thoughts on charts, but even those with the eyesight of a myopic lynx can surely see a mirror of the decline in the share price from May 2015 to its lows and now the ascendency to (perhaps) repeat the turbulence of August through to late October that saw the share price bounce between 60p and 80p. I really believe that there will be a pull back to 60p, a retest of 80p, a return to 60p and a repeat. Provided that there is no bad news, I see no reason why the share price should not be back in 3 figures by June time and, dare I suggest it, perhaps even looking to return to 150p by the end of the year.
fluky: Velocys cannot survive this year without a cash injection. There are a few scenarios to get to year's end: 1. Another raise at approx 50p - probability: 5% - Will run into shareholders opposition because last round was at 225p unless VLS could grant them a deal. 2. An acquisition by a strategic partner - probability: 80% - would mean that the VLS shares are converted into cash and/or shares of the acquirer 3. VLS goes out of business - probability: 15% If VLS stays in business I'll go for 125p at Christmas 2017. I'll go for zero in the other cases. In the latter case, the shareholders will have cash or shares equivalent to 55p VLS share price. I discard the "going out of business" scenario. Thoughts?
erogenous jones: It is far easier to persuade fund managers to buy if the share price is rising. At the moment, the share price is bumping along at or close to lows and there is no new information for the share price to rise. If anything, the incentive is for market makers to reduce the price in an effort to attract investors to take up the slack. If there are a few days of sustained buying, the price might rise gradually, but until the flat trend is broken, I cannot see a compelling reason to deal in the shares in VLS in the absence of news.
gac141: The last time oil was $50 VLS share price was over 80p this shows what a massive disparity there is and how the share price could recover very quickly. There are signs that buying has started again it won't be long .....
gac141: Yes RR has been slow and legal procedures have dragged their heels .. However I think there are many things that could lift the share price significantly over the next month or so.. 1) East Oak complete..and in time commissioned 2) Abramovich Engineering study 3) The disparity on the price of Oil and VLS Share Price 4) Directors talked about many projects not in public domain..maybe they are about to hit us? 5) Ashtabula..once East Oak is up and running.. 6) Red Rock in time late September? I reiterate that I feel this is a buying opportunity...
gac141: Ok so here is the question. If you firmly believe that VLS share price is inextricably linked to the price of Oil (Which I do not but I'll come to that) Then on or about the 8th of December 2015 the price of Brent was $42...and VLS share price was 50p then why has the price languished at circa 30p? As I have said before we are not an Oil producer we make very high spec Diesel and Jet fuels and we also make Speciality Products that can sell for as much as $240/b. So with all this what is keeping it down...? I would like to see Velocys be more transparent about the projects not in the public domain and I will say this to them. Maybe the market thinks we will fail to get enough traction..I cannot see this with our first commercial plant in East Oak about to start in a few months producing all of the above... Maybe the market is waiting for that as a Catalyst perhaps the delays in the projects in the public domain have made people is possible. Red Rock has been months away from FID for quite a while now but they seem to have friends in Lake View so it must only be a matter of time. Ashtabula- The water permit has been granted. Product off-takers and gas suppliers have been identified and a number of letters of intent are in place. The company has secured letters of support from a major lender and a potential investor in the project. I guess watch this space- Exceptionally cheap feed stock from the Marcellus must make this a very viable proposition to make serious money. Greensky out but another to take it's place and British Airways still saying they will do something here. Oil price is rising and maybe will hit $50 once freeze is agreed on the 17th April. Results out in April so an opportunity for VLS to tell all or at least be a little more open. I shall be putting some my shares into an ISA quite a few more than last year so there are pluses as well as minuses so hope they do well. Exceptionally frustrating but also maybe a good opportunity to take a balanced punt over the next few months?
meijiman: Well the VLS share price has taken such a pummeling that he is probably the right man for the job -arf arf.....
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