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AEX Aminex Plc

1.65
0.125 (8.20%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aminex Plc LSE:AEX London Ordinary Share IE0003073255 ORD EUR0.001 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.125 8.20% 1.65 1.60 1.70 1.65 1.50 1.53 9,132,428 16:16:10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 112k -1.12M -0.0003 -55.00 69.48M
Aminex Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEX. The last closing price for Aminex was 1.53p. Over the last year, Aminex shares have traded in a share price range of 0.70p to 2.05p.

Aminex currently has 4,211,167,024 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Aminex is £69.48 million. Aminex has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -55.00.

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30/4/2024
17:13
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rangenoresources
30/4/2024
16:05
Great work Blunderheed/Closet with the new poster name. I am mightily proud of the new poster you have created and appreciate your efforts. I look forward to more posts from RangeoResources.


Let’s hope they know how to use filter buttons and can use emoji’s


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rangenoresources
30/4/2024
15:38
Tanzania have absolutely loads of energy projects on their list, many will need our Gas. The project list includes our pipeline. Worth a read of the whole document. Copy and paste the entire link into Google Chrome and it should automatically translate it.

WORKS TO BE PERFORMED BY THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY 2024/25

haggismchaggis
30/4/2024
12:28
https://twitter.com/AminexPLC/status/1785229549833232566?t=x5jPOmYX_d7Bb4j0YC1d_A&s=19
goggin
30/4/2024
09:42
Mjapac32 - I thought you would enjoy my post. Slightly disappointed you feel I could do better. I will try next time to impress you if you are filter isn’t working.
rangenoresources
30/4/2024
07:08
Excellent stuff haggis
blackgold00
30/4/2024
00:13
One kilometre ?
Is that long enough ?

skinwalker
29/4/2024
23:19
Also from the same document:
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"The works planned to be implemented include building a natural gas pipeline from the Ruvuma (Ntorya) block to Madimba with a length of one kilometer that will have the capacity to carry 140 million cubic feet per day. In addition, TPDC has acquired a Lead Consultant for detailed design and engineering. A total of 101.6 billion shillings in local funds have been allocated to facilitate the implementation of these works."
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TZS 101,600,000,000 = US$39,227,798
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So the money to pay for the pipeline has already been allocated from the budget. No funding is needed from ARA or AEX.

haggismchaggis
29/4/2024
23:13
From the Parliament Budget document published last week:
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"Honorable Speaker, preparations for the construction of the Ntorya gas pipeline to the Madimba gas processing plant are ongoing where the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) has been completed and the Engineering and Construction Lead Consultant is completing the engineering feasibility study to facilitate the construction tender of the pipe to be announced."

haggismchaggis
29/4/2024
21:46
Is that all you got surely you can better that ?
mjapac32
29/4/2024
21:42
Filter not working again Mjapac32?

You really must be struggling as you can’t get Emoji’s working either


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rangenoresources
29/4/2024
20:44
Skin, At least they don't borrow at a 70 percent discount to share price like some Range would fail to mention
mjapac32
29/4/2024
20:19
Skin - it looks a Wonga style loan to me where they had little options. Couldn’t do a placing as billions of shares already.
rangenoresources
29/4/2024
13:11
As always, in business secure loans or funding when you don’t need them.

Otherwise when you do need them, the terms will be onerous.

bhoddhisattva
29/4/2024
11:38
Skin we all know what onerous finance terms look like and these don't fit that bill. That's all that matters, not how long the queue was.

hmh - point taken.

haideralifool
29/4/2024
11:35
HAF,.A loan of dollars from ARA or Eclipse to TPDC doesn't have to involve AEX. It can be an independent financial deal, not linked to the field development. .Tanzania would have to start paying the loan back whether the field is developed or not, so that cannot be given as a guarantee or basis for the loan, in case something halts it..Tanzania want a pipeline, ignore what it's for. ARA need dollars to pay for it. ARA lend them dollars.
haggismchaggis
29/4/2024
11:00
...I imagine they've got no choice.
Who else would lend them money ?

skinwalker
29/4/2024
09:51
Eclipse owns Ara Petroleum and just under 30% of Aminex.So it is our Major, the operator of our field and our major investor giving a sub on preferential terms. More support. If evidence were needed of the continued intention to keep Aminex in existence, as opposed to taking us out, this is more of it.Preferential because there is no repayment. The loan is set off against the farmout.All good with me. Removes a doubt for the numpties out there.Also all good with me is how much of our farmout carry is left. Future looks bright.
edgar222
29/4/2024
09:29
hmh we are 25% partners, so I would imagine if ARA are providing help of any description we would be expected to stump up 1/4 of it.

I also wonder whether this might be linked to issues around forex (and the government not wanting to spend what little they have of it).

But as I said this is something to perhaps ask about at the AGM.

haideralifool
29/4/2024
09:20
The Government want to own the pipeline outright, so they have to pay for it. It's possible that ARA could loan them the dollars to get it in quickly. I don't see ARA asking us to pay for it and then give it to them for free.
haggismchaggis
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