Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aminex LSE:AEX London Ordinary Share IE0003073255 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -2.82% 1.725p 2,496,694 12:06:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.70p 1.75p 1.775p 1.65p 1.775p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 4.91 -1.69 -4.44 62.8

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21/8/2018
09:20
Aminex Daily Update: Aminex is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEX. The last closing price for Aminex was 1.78p.
Aminex has a 4 week average price of 1.65p and a 12 week average price of 1.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.65p.
There are currently 3,643,458,062 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,672,152 shares. The market capitalisation of Aminex is £62,849,651.57.
09/8/2018
12:56
dunderheed: Absolutely they've got this so wrong for so many years it beggars belief. The whole reason that there weren't any other interested parties with the Zubs in place is self perpetuating and prior to Zubs was also so, in that no-one was interested in touching AEX with a bargepole, because of misguided 'mgt' 'operated' aspirations or other limitations lol! All imho of course. But we are where we are so let's try and make the best of this - which means BOD halved plus salaries of 'remainers' reflect their performance to date and be incentivised to future share price growth or institutional investors coming onboard! The fact this will not happen is likely to hold the share price back for potentially a long time. Again all imho.
07/8/2018
08:33
blackgold00: full marks to andy, Dunder keep it over at lse, and I don't think the aex share price is being overly ramped up in recent days, do you?
18/7/2018
12:46
red rook: Don't see what's odd with the trades! People are selling and the share price is moving down. Malcy mostly gets things wrong. I have had AEX on my watchlist for a while. I think the assets have great potential. However, I am happy to remain on the sidelines and see what transpires. Going by the reaction to the shareprice after the announcement of the deal, and corporate presentation, I suspect many other potential investors are doing the same and existing ones not topping up! I watched Jay's interview. I have a few issues with it, but the issue that I think needs to be cleared first is the SOLO problem, as I pointed out in my previous post. Just because the Zub's will be the senior partner and operator will not mean that they can dictate to the other partners, what, when and at what cost operations will be done. They have to get agreement and consensus between ALL the partners. Otherwise they can end up in court. I suggest people read up on the example I gave regarding Panoro Energy. They were the junior partner with ony around 6%, who took the senior partner & operator, as well as the other partner (MXO), to court and got them to agree to their terms ! That is why, IMHO, Jay made a mistake not to enter any negotiations at the start with SOLO. I do not think there would have been any resistance from SOLO in this approach. This would have removed any potential issues from occurring in the near future, as well as strengthening their hand in any negotiations. With the C1 drill expected to occur by the end of the year, if SOLO 'do a Panoro' and timelines are extened it will be AEX that will suffer most. The Zubars are a private company and will not be effected. They are not answerable to PIs and the market to the same extent. The current market reaction may be in part due to the uncertainty that all this has created. AIMHO.
13/7/2018
10:11
stonefold: SOLO. has 468,895,303 shares in issue AEX has 3,643,458,062 shares in issue So Solo's share price will be 7.77 times more frisky than AEX's when considering the same perceived change in project asset value in £. Also there is the possibility that AEX is now too entwined in the parasitic embrace of the Zubairs.
09/6/2018
11:31
dunderheed: Its not f'ing me responding continuously, lol. I said exactly that - he has been very right to date with regard to share price (that's all I was commenting on). I'm also v honest - I should have listened - sold out when he said and bought in now but... 1. I'm too lazy and 2. the share price would probably have shot up had I tried to be 'clever' 3. It's share price who continues the conversations not me, ffs buddy, I just say yes you're right to date on share price only - which in fact he is and left it at that!
07/6/2018
08:59
dunderheed: Stinky let's be really clear he's been saying this stuff since aex was 3.25p. He's been very right to date. Admittedly it's not difficult with this mgt to criticise and say the share price will drop so let's hope this doesn't continue? Actually I apologise perhaps it is since share price has been 4p perhaps Ronny can remind us?
31/5/2018
21:26
bunbooster2: Yes, but why does the board focus so much on dropping the share price to entice new investors? I understand the reason but existing investors should be AT LEAST as important to a board of a COMPETENTLY MANAGED COMPANY. When the share price goes down so does the monetary value of your stake in the company. Cold hard cash. It's like I used to say to salespeople don't sell on price, sell on value... seems like the board have never had any sales training and keep lowering that share price to attract cheap charlies.
26/5/2018
13:21
blackgold00: Haider "I know of at least one experienced PI (used to post on TMF) who sold out when Stuard Detmar left AEX, the share price was around 10p at the time IIRC" more like 4p-5p jan 2013, yes i think i know who you talk of, not heard much of him since,he was very fond of ophr back then, interesting how both the aex/ophr share price has preformed. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/aminex-AEX/share-news/Aminex-PLC-Board-Change/55932502
06/11/2017
12:55
blackgold00: from Malcy this morning Http://www.malcysblog.com/ Aminex "AEX is down this morning after an announcement that has spooked the market regarding gas production from Kiliwani North-1. Following a power outage a few days ago in Dar es Salaam gas demand fell and has reduced flow rates to around 1 mcf/d and their is some technical validity to the thought that the well is draining a compartment within the Greater Kiliwani North structure and ‘exhibiting slow recharge’." "Solutions include installation of compression facilities, which should boost production at minimal cost, in the meantime the current, lower production should have beneficial effects on maximising long term recovery and better reservoir management." "AEX has no debt, cash in the bank and whilst problems at Kiliwani North are irritating, investors should be concentrating more on the Ruvuma PSA where a 25 year development licence has been applied for. It should be noted that the announcement from Solo, who are not the operator, is probably slightly more accurate and that a 20% fall in the AEX share price is way overdone and an opportunity to buy some cheap stock…"
01/11/2017
14:17
lfdkmp: Ronwilkes Is the AEX share price now subject to antigravity?
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