Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wasabi Energy LSE:WAS London Ordinary Share AU000000WAS9 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 1.0 -7.8 -0.3 - 9.30

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10/2/2014
16:25
bam bam rubble: More ransacking of shareholder value from John Byrne Feb 2011 Wasabi share price @3.0p Jan 2014 failed rights issue@0.25p to repay debt Feb 2014 conversion of debt @0.03p (including $1 million to Byrne)
10/2/2014
13:37
voodoo priest: Also the new shares are being issued at $0.50, or c.27p each. So if the company needs to raise $15m, that would add 30m shares to the 4.3m post-consolidation, giving a nominal share price of 26.9p (based on the 0.25p before suspension). Ndogg, don't think you'll be far out with your 20p prediction.
23/12/2013
15:32
induna123: flashheart 23 Dec'13 - 12:56 - 1130 of 1132 0 0 Although not ideal I know, what's to stop them just implementing a normal placing at a discount to cover any shortfall. Further dilution but at least keeps things trading. So they ask a load of people to buy shares at 0.225p and then ask somebody else to make up the shortfall buy taking on shares at an even lower price? How would that make those who just bought at 0.225 feel? Ripped off perhaps? They just didn't find demand at that price. There ws no appetite at that price. Like I said hardly surprising seeing the share price performance over the last 12 months has been dreadful. Why throw good money after bad?
29/11/2013
14:13
illuminati1: I'll wait for sub 0.2p level...Sp hit 3c last night in Oz ~ 0.166pClosed at 4c ~ 0.22pThis company has no major production, no big revenue per month coming in and is burning cash.Which says the share price will always be dripping downwards apart from when it gets ramped or there is a bit of news - but the trend is going to be down apart from those spikes.
27/11/2013
16:18
reverendglutton: Hold on...a share price collapsing out of control....and Induna inevitably a shareholder in that stock talking nonsense....no...everything is normal lol... Tell us all what your next 'hot pick' is so we can go shorting...
27/11/2013
13:40
firefox6: Wasabi Energy chairman: Rights issue required to realise potential By Jamie Nimmo November 27 2013, 1:23pm Wasabi is hoping to raise £8.7mln through the rights issueWasabi is hoping to raise £8.7mln through the rights issue Wasabi Energy's (LON:WAS, ASX:WAS) chairman John Byrne insists the discounted rights issue was necessary and will ensure the power specialist fulfils its potential. The company, whose Kalina Cycle technologyturns excess heat back into power, outlined plans to raise up to £8.7mln at 0.4 cents per share (0.225p), sparking a 20% fall from the share price, which now stands at 0.227p. The rights issue will be offered to shareholders on the basis of one new ordinary share for every one ordinary share held. Only investors based in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and the UK can take part in the offer. The funds will be used to complete the purchase of the Tuzla geothermal power project in Turkey, redeem the secured debt and for working capital. "The market's known we've been unfunded for a while and we wanted to put an end to it," chairman Byrne told Proactive Investors. "So rather than do a little one, we've said we're going forward full-on, one-for-one, all shareholders." As a major shareholder – he owns 11.1% of the company's issued share capital – Byrne says he understands the pain felt by shareholders on the receiving end of the discount. "I'm up there, I've bought more than anybody. I'll be taking up my entitlement and I think some of our biggest shareholders will as well." Byrne reckons it will be the last time it comes to the market for funding. Once the company becomes cash generative as its power plants come online, it will fund itself. "I think this gets us through," he continues. "We've tried to put it off in the hope that we'd get the other things done, but that has not occurred. "Everyone's an expert in hindsight. I was obviously holding off to do it higher and what's happened is that it's gone the other way. That's my responsibility, but I've got to say I'll be taking up my interests." He adds: "We need to be in a strong financial position and grow from here and that's the plan." Wasabi has an option to acquire up to 50% of the Turkish company which owns Tuzla. A recent financial draft of plans at Tuzla showed an indicative net present value (NPV) of A$142 million, an internal rate of return (IRR) of 57% and EBITDA (underlying earnings) of A$19.6mln. The potential of the Asian business, which is gearing up for an IPO, is thought to be even greater as demand for power soars in China. Management hopes the funds raised from the rights issue will help it deliver its goal of having 25MW of power generation under its watch by the end of 2015 and growing this by 25MW a year thereafter. "If we achieve this growth, every 25MWe of owned power generation (assuming 10c per kwh feed in tariff and 8% discount rate) represents an estimated increase of approximately $120 million NPV per annum," Byrne explains.
06/11/2013
15:29
diggerking: jwoolley,I wholeheartedly agree with what you say. I think things are coming together very well and I hope the share price will soon start to reflect this. Next year should be the start of a big recovery as WNEA and SSNE make big inroads in their respective areas.Not to mention if Hinkley nuclear gets the go ahead with a Kalina cycle. This really is the time to be loading up IMHO.
31/10/2013
14:46
ivor hunch: The danger with a consolidation at these low levels is that it allows the share price to fall further. It would be a danger for shareholders and although I agree that at some point the shares will have to be consolidated (especially if they want institutions to buy) they should wait until the share price is higher, revenue is building and the news flow is better. I hope a consolidation is a couple of years off when things should be looking much brighter for the company. Ivor
22/12/2010
15:01
andrbea: summary dd Dec 3 LONDON (SHARECAST) - Australia-based cleantech investor Wasabi Energy has completed its secondary quotation on AIM and the shares ended the day at nearly double their placing price. ASX-listed Wasabi, whose main interest is in a business commercialising waste heat technology using the Kalina Cycle, raised £4.9m at 1.1p a share prior to joining AIM. The share price on ASX has risen since the placing was announced and was A$0.033 (2.05p) at the close of trading on 2 December. On AIM, the share price opened at 1.5p but soon moved up to 2.4p. The closing price was 2.13p. The Kalina Cycle process uses ammonia mixed with water so that the boiling point is lower. The technology can be used to create power from geothermal sources or from waste heat from cement plants and other industrial sites where waste heat is significant. This means that between 10% and 50% more power can be generated from the same heat input as other technologies. At the end of 2008, Wasabi's subsidiary Global Geothermal issued a licence to the Kalina Cycle technology to Shanghai Shenghe New Energy Resources Science and Technology. This government backed organisation intends to roll out the techno logy to cement plants and other businesses where waste heat can be used. Global Geothermal will receive a royalty based on the size in MW of each plant. Longer-term, Global Geothermal intends to build and operate its own plants because this will provide a higher return for its cash. Wasabi's other two main investments are a 50% stake in Aqua Guardian Group and 23.3% of ASX-listed Australian Renewable Fuels. Aqua Guardian is a water conservation company whose first product, AquaArmour, is designed to "minimise the effect of sun and wind evaporation losses on large water storages servicing cities, towns, agri-business and mining projects". This is a hexagonal shaped module that reduces the amount of light and heat entering the water as well as protecting against the wind. Wasabi claims that evaporation can be reduced by up to 88%. Loss-making Australian Renewable Fuels is a biodiesel producer with a capacity of 90m litres a year. Earlier this year, a merger between ARF and Wasabi was agreed but market conditions meant that it did not proceed. ARF has an impressive plant and it is currently investigating the use of waste from palm oil production as a feedstock. Wasabi's executive chairman John Byrne used to run Cambrian Mining, which merged with Western Coal Corporation, itself currently the subject of a £2.1bn merger with US-based coal miner Walter Energy. Byrne says that Wasabi has enough cash for its needs. http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=3880307
06/12/2010
08:24
peawacks: 1 HB Markets plc, Registered No. 2693942, 131 Finsbury Pavement, London, EC2A 1NT Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (Register No 155104) Members of the London Stock Exchange and PLUS Markets Speculative Buy 1.38p based on ASX price AIM: WAS(TBC) Sector: TBC Wasabi Energy has interests in three operations. It holds 96% of Global Geothermal, 50% of Aqua Guardian and 23.3% of Australian Renewable Fuels Ltd. Most interesting of these is Global Geothermal which owns the Kalina Cycle which increases the efficiency of thermal power generation technologies. With a wide target market of installed generation equipment, including a relationship that takes it into the growing Chinese market, as well as the surge in distributed/green energy generation, Global Geothermal has plenty of scope for growth. Encouragingly November 22nd saw Wasabi announce 2 contracts for the kalina cycle totalling 6.05MW of capacity. Wasabi's other core investments also offer upside (water evaporation control technology with Aqua Guardian Group about to start commercial sales) and its holding in an Australian biodiesel facility where a new agreement will see better capacity utilsation. Wasabi is already listed on the Australian market (WAS.AX) and is now seeking a joint listing on the markets. With capital appreciation expected from adoption of the Kalina Cycle, initial commercial sales of the Aqua Gaurdian and better capacity utilisation of the biodiesel facilities we rate the group a Speculative Buy. http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/snapshot/snapshot.asp?ticker=WAS:AU http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/sharewatch/small-talk-renewables-group-eyes-higher-profile-with-london-listing-2146378.html http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/214334/AIM-market-Wasabi-Energy-hopes-China-will-warm-to-Kalina-Cycle-technology Wasabi commences trading on AIM Date: Friday 03 Dec 2010 LONDON (ShareCast) - Australia-based cleantech investor Wasabi Energy has completed its secondary quotation on AIM and the shares ended the day at nearly double their placing price. ASX-listed Wasabi, whose main interest is in a business commercialising waste heat technology using the Kalina Cycle, raised £4.9m at 1.1p a share prior to joining AIM. The share price on ASX has risen since the placing was announced and was A$0.033 (2.05p) at the close of trading on 2 December. On AIM, the share price opened at 1.5p but soon moved up to 2.4p. The closing price was 2.13p. The Kalina Cycle process uses ammonia mixed with water so that the boiling point is lower. The technology can be used to create power from geothermal sources or from waste heat from cement plants and other industrial sites where waste heat is significant. This means that between 10% and 50% more power can be generated from the same heat input.
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