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AEX Aminex Plc

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12 Jun 2024 - Closed
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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.65 1,260,980 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.60 1.70 1.65 1.65 1.65
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs USD 112k USD -1.12M USD -0.0003 -66.67 84.22M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:48:50 O 5,000 1.65 GBX

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12/6/202423:20AMINEX - roll up for the East Africa show!80,183
28/5/202413:19Aminex - Gas Exploration and Development in Tanzania232
30/7/202316:10TITS - This Is The Speculation Thread255
30/11/202106:21Aminex PLC - Exciting times ahead.356

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Posted at 12/6/2024 09:20 by Aminex Daily Update
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 1.65p.
Aminex currently has 4,211,167,024 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Aminex is £84,223,340.
Aminex has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -66.67.
This morning AEX shares opened at 1.65p
Posted at 11/6/2024 14:10 by skasher094
Or perhaps it's due to markets being down and share price taking a breather before next rise unfortunately can't say same for He1 who will now look at doing a share dilution of about 20 to 1
Posted at 03/6/2024 09:08 by fatfish
I hope so as I have joined the club.
Oh dear, you all best get out as when I invest the company Share price usually drops :-(
Posted at 29/5/2024 14:39 by haggismchaggis
We are at the highest share price since the end of 2018, a 5.5 year high, and the next target above 2p where there might be some resistance is 3p, but that resistance dates all the way back to H1 2018 so not likely to have any effect on the price now, as a lot of those holding the stock back then will have moved on in the meantime. The sky really is the limit.
Posted at 24/5/2024 14:27 by haideralifool
East Africa licence award triggers start of 3.5 Tcf gas project
Tanzania awards development licence for Ntorya discovery, sparking 27% surge n stock price of project partner Aminex

Full text courtesy of Ufufuo on telegram:

Omani independent Ara Petroleum has secured a critical development licence covering its big Ntorya gas discovery onshore Tanzania, which holds 3.45 trillion cubic feet of in-place resources.

Award of this licence, which was announced in mid-afternoon on Thursday, paves the way for privately-owned Ara and Aminex, its London-listed partner, to push ahead with long-awaited development work.

This news sparked an initial 19.8% spike in Aminex’s stock price, which closed at 1.75 pence (2.54 US cents) yesterday.

The company’s share price continued its upward trajectory this morning, peaking at 1.98 pence and settling at 1.85 pence at publication time, up 26.7% on the 1.46 pence is stood at before Thursday’s announcement.

The Ministry of Energy in Tanzania granted a 25-year development licence over Ntorya on Thursday afternoon, said Aminex.

This development licence divides the Mtwara exploration area into nine blocks, five containing the Ntorya discovery and the remainder described as “adjoining blocks”.

In these adjoining blocks, the partners must carry out geological, geophysical and geochemical studies, drill one exploration well within five years of the start of production at Ntorya, and also spend at least $10 million.

Gas from Ntorya will be fed to the growing domestic market, with a multi-year gas sales agreement signed earlier this year with the state-owned Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation.

Aminex, with a 25% non-operated interest, is carried by Ara throughout the ongoing work programme up to a maximum gross capital expenditure of $140 million.

This carry is expected to see the company through to the start of commercial gas production.

Now the development licence has been secured, the partners aim to charter a rig to drill the Chikumbi-1 exploration well, which will be completed as a gas producer, if successful.

The same rig will also carry out a workover of the Notorya-1 well, converting it into a production well, and carry out further testing on the Ntorya-2 well to refine the design of gas processing facilities.

Gas from Ntorya is expected to be sent via a new pipeline to the nearby Madimba gas plant.

First production is targeting up to 60 million cubic feet per day from three wells, with start-up hoped for in 2025.

Aminex executive chairman Charles Santos said: “The Tanzanian government has clearly said it would use the country's energy resources to eliminate energy poverty, spur growth and improve living standards.

“We believe Ntorya is a vital part of this vision and the development licence helps turn this vision into reality.”
Posted at 30/4/2024 23:07 by skinwalker
"No idea who McTripe is, but I've only ever seen that name used by bashers on the LSE QED board, so quite possibly RoJo is not trolling AEX, he's trolling this McTripe person on multiple boards under different logins. That certainly explains a lot, because there's some real pshycho's out there that will internet stalk others."

This is a post from StockCheque on the other board today. He claims that he doesn't know who McTripe is ! McTripe is of course our very own haggismchaggis. He's known as 'mctripe' because he posts more ramping nonsense than we've had hot dinners.

Of course it doesn't end there, haggismchaggis and StockCheque are the same poster. and haggismchaggis used to post using the avatar 'sueyou'. A very odd individual. I can only think he 'invested' a shed-load in Aminex when he was 'sueyou' and now pops up from time to time desperately ramping in the hope that he can shift the share price in a direction that will enable him to buy a new pair of pants.

Not to be trusted! Give him/them a very wide berth.
Posted at 13/3/2024 16:55 by geoff96
Apologies Haider, I was referring to the share price when I said that this has only gone one way, after all this is the reason you are all here?

And I think we know why we have seen such terrible performance.....the answer is in your list of achievements across a very long timeframe indeed. Your talking 6 years here to complete a farm out and do a 3d survey?

Hardly putting your head on the block to state you expect to see the licence in 2024, but I guess that's the expectations of a long term holder of this share?

My question to you is why do you think Aminex insist on continuing to use phrases like very soon or imminent, when they know damn well that none of that is in their hands? Surely that's being deceitful and clearly doesn't wash with investors anymore as there is no reaction?

The share price lows get lower, the rises fewer and shorter and you have yet to see a sustained rerate in all this time, resulting in the price below a penny! A very sad state of affairs for a company who have apparently discovered one of if not the largest onshore discovery in East Africa?

No PR company in the world is influencing the lack of news flow down to ARA/Aminex, therefore a nice earner for very little work.
Posted at 29/2/2024 17:38 by blackgold00
"Worth acquiring and waiting patiently rather than anticipating a huge rise in the share price, so far as I can see."

Well, we've certainly waited patiently for a more realistic valuation, though I think there could well be a tipping point, whereby the news that provides the absolute certainty to the market, that Ntorya will be developed, CH-1 will go ahead as stated, then the market will not know share price boundaries. At least for some time. Ntorya/Mtwara is vast
Posted at 29/2/2024 16:52 by pendragon2
A very interesting rns, upgrading potential reserves, which confirms the long term potential rather than immediate gains. With oil and gas a tricky investment area for institutions, my guess is the potential for invstors is in future dividends rather than increases in the share price.

As to long term investment there is no reason to suppose that it cannot be financed from revenue once production is under way and until then the existing credit should cover Aminex.

Worth acquiring and waiting patiently rather than anticipating a huge rise in the share price, so far as I can see.
Posted at 06/12/2023 18:03 by 888icb
The free fall at HE1 continues down 16.8% at 1.74p whereas AEX Up 5.9% at 0.9p. It really can’t be long before AEX share price going Up passes HE1 share price going down.
Posted at 06/12/2023 14:37 by 888icb
I see no celebration but Deranged should be celebrating the opportunity to buy Aex at 0.88 to start reversing his massive losses on HE1. He will soon find that HE1’s share price going down will pass AEX rising just as the Market Caps have.
Today AEX share price is unchanged and its Market Cap is £37.8 million
Today HE1 share price is DOWN 12.7% and its Market Cap is £14.8 million.
Aminex share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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