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Advance Energy Plc LSE:ADV London Ordinary Share IM00BZ7PNY71 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.015 5.66% 0.28 20,951,327 14:51:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.27 0.29 0.285 0.275 0.275
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -0.98 -0.09 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:12:37 O 750,000 0.28 GBX

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Advance Energy Daily Update: Advance Energy Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADV. The last closing price for Advance Energy was 0.27p.
Advance Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.21p and a 12 week average price of 0.17p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.34p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.11p.
There are currently 1,718,417,116 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,590,248 shares. The market capitalisation of Advance Energy Plc is £4,811,567.92.
fund1: These little price gains will do me keeps under the radar from all the nutters.
cal57: Managed a top up.Paid full price again.
fund1: Bought a few other stocks on Friday for a quick trade I hope. if I can get out with a profit in next few trading days and this is still around this price will buy some more.
cal57: Must be short of stock had to pay top price 0.026p
therealtonythetiger: stolen from LSE hxxps:// Looking through the fog of energy transition This current “oil crash” is the 6th that has occurred since the start of the 1980s. Some were deeper, some were longer, but on average these events have occurred every 5 years one way or the other. by Leslie Peterkin Renewables are an increasing part of the energy mix, but hydrocarbons will inevitably continue to play a major role in the global energy mix for decades to come. This current “oil crash” is the 6th that has occurred since the start of the 1980s. Some were deeper, some were longer, but on average these events have occurred every 5 years one way or the other. The industry’s behaviours are always largely the same – and hence predictable, which is why the sector is cyclical. However, now with Energy Transition gathering pace as a result of collective global consciousness and pressures of ethical investing, the industry is facing a unique situation that presents challenges, but also opportunities for those who know how to find value. The biggest recent ‘problem’; was not a price crash but the period of ‘$100’ oil in the noughties. This triggered in many respects the glut we appear to suffer from now, as it encouraged the industry to go out and ‘spend, spend, spend’. Those were heady days indeed without a great deal of focus on real returns. What one doesn’t normally hear in the Energy Transition debate is that global oil production has increased steadily by ±1% pa during the last decade and global gas consumption increased at ±3% pa in the same period. Excluding the current difficult world situation this trend can be expected to continue. Natural gas, the ‘clean’ hydrocarbon, is helping developed and developing nations reduce their emissions by switching coal-fired plants over to a significantly cleaner fuel. Many hundreds of millions of people in the developing world still do not have access to reliable electricity, and when it comes, it cannot all come from renewable sources. Certainly, renewables are an increasing part of the energy mix given improvements to efficiencies and reduced costs, however hydrocarbons will inevitably continue to play a major role in the global energy mix for decades to come – ensuring demand. It is very tough out there in the oil sector – particularly for shale and offshore. A huge “boom” in US shale has since earned a deserved reputation for severe value destruction making access to capital challenging, and industry consolidation inevitable. Offshore, the high costs and high risks of exploration and development activity, especially in deep water and mature basins, expose long-life developments that do reach FID to producing at a loss in future price downturns or even early abandonment, with the high costs that that involves. So, where in all this does opportunity lie for the likes of Advance Energy? Our answer is to focus on discovered, undeveloped resources, or those that have not been developed to their full potential. The reason for these opportunities lying unrealised may be commercial or technical, or both. What is key is to be able to see through the ‘fog’ and identify the ‘hidden’ value. If you have a sound, existing gas or oil discovery, or partially developed field, now, and can persuade people to support you, then in 2-3 years’ time it can be expected to be producing in a sweet spot, delivering solid cashflow at an anticipated oil range of $55-$65. Exploration is not dead, but is certainly diminishing, and now largely only for ‘big boys’. The investment community tends to follow herd instinct – right now in terms of E&P it appears to be a gas lurch, or otherwise towards renewables. If one is an established entity caught in the cross-wires of the current dynamics with a strategy that is not delivering, adopting a new one at best takes time, or may not be possible. And more importantly, it takes capital. Discovered, undeveloped, or underdeveloped resources are out there, and oil and gas demand will continue to grow, especially as Big Oil follows through on transition, meaning there are significant opportunities for investors if they can back the right teams with proven track records to deliver outcomes through unlocking value, which others have passed over. Advance Energy’s investment thesis is tailored to this market dynamic. By leveraging our team’s 100+ years of collective experience with NOCs and independents around the world, we believe there is a compelling opportunity to play a pivotal role in assisting the Energy Transition by unlocking value from existing resources, and creating value for shareholders who see the merit in financing small-mid cap E&Ps that can deliver significant value multiples in the near-term. Energy Transition needs to happen to create a sustainable planet for future generations, however demand for hydrocarbons will continue to climb for the foreseeable future, and the resource will continue to fuel socioeconomic progress throughout the world. We don’t see the ‘death of oil’, but rather the opportunity to employ a novel strategy to meet the steadily increasing global demand that is muted within the Energy Transition debate. As has been the case through all the previous cycles in this exciting industry, the downturns create a swathe of opportunities for those who know how to exploit them, and for investors willing to back them. This article was written by Leslie Peterkin, CEO of Advance Energy (AIM: ADV). Leslie has served the E&P sector during the past two decades as a senior Interim Manager and Advisor, initially in Australasia and more recently, based in Geneva, covering Europe, MENA, Central Asia and Africa. Key roles were as Woodside’s Director Browse LNG Development and MOL’s SVP Operations & Development. He entered the sector joining Shell International’s Petroleum Engineering stream in the early ’80s with a variety of international postings. A decade with international independent oil companies followed and exposed him to both General Management and M&A, of which the latter has formed an important aspect of his ongoing E&P activities. Leslie’s career has been defined by the ability to transform development assets and their values. He studied Physics at St. Andrews University, where a 1st Class Honours was followed by a PhD.
therealtonythetiger: Advance Energy plc ( AIM:ADV ), the energy company seeking growth through acquisition or farm-in to non-operated interests in discovered upstream projects, announces that it has raised £300,000 (gross) by way of a placing ("Placing") of 136,363,636 new ordinary shares of no par value in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 0.22 pence per Placing Share ("Placing Price") through Optiva Securities Ltd ("Optiva"), the Company's joint broker.
therealtonythetiger: It's been a year of tremendous change for the Company. We started the last fiscal year as Andalas Energy & Power plc and have undergone a complete change of identity and strategy in the first quarter of 2020 to create Advance Energy plc as we are trading today. The focus for the Company since this time has been solely on execution of the strategy set forth in our March Strategy Update, as this was the objective of the new Board and executive team when recapitalising the Company in February 2020. Our strategy is intended to create a sustainable business capable of exceptional growth, as well as delivering ongoing returns to shareholders via a dividend policy linked to cash flow generation from our project portfolio. Clearly, it is too early to elaborate on this policy but we feel it is important to state our intentions early. In fact, it is fully consistent with our founding philosophy of maintaining strong alignment between shareholders and management. At the current time Directors and executives own in excess of 20% of the Company and we want to keep our strong alignment as the Company grows. Strategic Focus The Board has articulated a clear, focused, and compelling strategy to deliver the Advance Energy vision: to provide exceptional returns to our investors by unlocking hidden value in discovered oil & gas assets. We seek to take non-operated interests either by acquisition or farm-in, and prefer joint ventures with only two parties where we have the ability to exert a significant degree of influence. Our model means that we only work with established operators eliminating many of the execution risks present for typical early stage, high growth companies. We can focus on what really adds value rather than day-to-day operational concerns leaving that to the operator. An additional benefit is that we have no need to build a large and complex operations team thereby keeping our overheads low and preserving value for our shareholders. We feel that our strategy is somewhat novel but perfectly suited to the current market trends where major shifts are happening in the industry to accommodate the "energy transition" and the pressure of the latest commodity price cycle triggered by the ongoing COVID pandemic. Nevertheless, these are uncertain times, especially for many investors, which makes the execution of our strategy more challenging, despite also providing a more compelling deal flow to consider. Key Objectives for the Current Fiscal Year This year we have a simple set of objectives - the primary one being to execute one or more transformative transactions. Ancillary to this and with an eye towards our ambitious growth goals we need to strengthen our Company in a number of respects. Firstly, we need to further establish our identity in the market and build up a loyal following of investors who understand our business, while seeking to diversify and deepen our sources of funding with both equity and debt providers. And secondly, we need to consolidate our alliances of technical support and services which are essential to our low-cost business model while remaining focused on strict cost control as we move forward. Outlook We are confident that we are on track to deliver on all of our ancillary objectives for the year. Our cost control is such that we have amongst the lowest G&A costs of all companies listed on the AIM. However, at this stage in the development of the Company there is only one real overriding question. Can the team deliver a transformative transaction? At the current time all I can state is that we are making progress in maturing our priority opportunities and have a positive outlook in that regard. We have also developed a pipeline of potential projects which we believe have the ability to deliver value in the longer term. This is a pre-requisite for reaching our longer-term objective of establishing Advance Energy as a material player in the sector with in excess of 20,000 barrels per day net production within five years. The Board is confident that it has the right strategy in place, and the right team to deliver on this objective. The complementary experience, extensive industry relationships, and tenacity of the current team provide a strong basis for that confidence. The first steps in our journey have already been taken, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board and the executive management for their hard work and commitment throughout this period and look forward to the exciting times ahead.
therealtonythetiger: Advance Energy #ADV are actively tracking oil & gas deals - expect an announcement 'within months'
therealtonythetiger: RNS RNS Number : 3831S Advance Energy PLC 08 July 2020 8 July 2020 Advance Energy plc ("Advance" or the "Company") Grant of Share Options Advance Energy plc (AIM: ADV), the upstream oil and gas company focussed on acquiring value accretive non-operated interests in established hydrocarbon projects, announces it has today granted share options ("Options") to subscribe for 25,000,000 new ordinary shares in the Company. The Options have been granted to recently appointed Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director Stephen West under an unapproved scheme. The Options have an exercise price of 0.3 pence per share, being a 66.7 per cent premium to the closing price immediately prior to the date of grant, with 50% of the Options vesting on the date of grant and the remaining 50% of the Options vesting on 1 February 2021. Vesting of the Options is subject to the option holder providing continuous service during the vesting period and there are no other performance conditions attached to the Options. Following this grant of the Options, Mr West will be interested in 3,799,101 ordinary shares and 25,000,000 options in the Company.
therealtonythetiger: Advance Energy plc is an international upstream oil & gas company with a fresh approach. Overview The Company was originally incorporated in September 2006 and in February 2020 announced Board changes and name change to Advance Energy plc. Whilst it has assets in Indonesia and interest in several licences in the UK, the Company’s main focus is now on growth through acquisition or farm-in to non-operated interests in upstream projects where there is an opportunity to add significant value in the short to medium term. Unlocking hidden value is our main objective – to the benefit of our shareholders as well as our joint venture partners, host governments, and broader stakeholders. Many upstream assets present challenges to existing operators. These difficulties may be technical in nature, mis-alignment in the partnership, sub-optimal commercial arrangements, or simply funding constraints. One, or a combination, of these issues can present the opportunity for realisation of added value. We look to identify such assets and maximise their value using our unique insights from original technical work, commercial acumen or advantaged relationships. Business Model We seek to take non-operated interests either by acquisition or farm-in, and prefer joint ventures with only two parties and the ability to exert a significant degree of influence. Our model means that we only work with established operators eliminating many of the execution risks present for typical early stage, high growth companies. We can focus on what really adds value rather than day-to-day operational concerns leaving that to the operator. We have no need to build a large and complex organisation keeping our overheads low and preserving value for our shareholders. Value Driven We have no need to be geographically constrained. We screen projects purely on value potential rather than specific play-type or basin. This provides us with a larger opportunity set than many traditional upstream companies. We target only discovered resources in good fiscal regimes, and projects with major value inflection points within a short timeframe. Generally less than 3-5 years out with clear line of sight from the onset. No high-risk exploration with long time lines to delivery of full value. Managing Risks We prefer one-on-one negotiation where we can tailor our approach and will not participate in bidding rounds or other openly competitive situations where value can be bid away upfront. Our focus on near term value creation means it is easier to control risks – limited exposure to long term commodity price trends, and no potential stranded value from the world’s changing energy mix or climate change initiatives. The Advance Energy approach – to support and enhance the performance of upstream operators to deliver exceptional project outcomes and exceptional returns!
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