Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo Pacific Group LSE:APF London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.65% 154.00p 154.00p 155.00p 154.00p 154.00p 154.00p 21,436 09:17:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 19.7 28.3 15.6 9.9 278.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/8/2017
12:32
QP, when you state that coal is in decline, are you talking about the absolute amount or do you mean the %? Because as far as I can see more coal is being produced than ever before.
rcturner2
27/8/2017
12:00
...and their last big acquisition was...... YES...... MORE COAL. THERMAL COAL - not even metal-making coal aka Narrabri. 2015. Thing about SpectoAcc is that he just sickeningly regurgitates whatever he sees or hears as he doesn't have the nous to think about it beforehand. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
11:32
Lovely write-up in the IC on Friday, will type some when I've got time - suspect responsible for Friday's move. An interesting comment about them looking for royalties that will benefit from the electric car revolution.
spectoacc
27/8/2017
09:54
no . already into decline. and pace of decline quickening as renewables are more and more embraced - and cheaper and cheaper to produce. the cost of solar energy/photo-voltaic panels are for example a fraction of what they were a decade ago. qp
quepassa
27/8/2017
09:06
So you agree that world consumption of coal is currently increasing?
rcturner2
27/8/2017
08:57
...only because of..... telling words. Demand for electricity UP UP UP. But the fuel used to make has already reduced to 40% from a near 100% at outset. roll that forward 10/20/30/40 years ... and your " only because of" will translate to hydropower, renewables, nuclear, wind-power wave-power. sure. whilst the demand for electricity has been off the graph for the last 100 years, the stuff used to make electricity is rapidly evolving away from coal. coal is yesterday's fuel. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
08:46
i don't think that anyone is writing history off the map. i think that society increasingly values the importance of history. but i do understand why certain parts of society do not think it is right to celebrate or commemorate with statues the appalling atrocities of the African slave-trade which was a truly evil episode in recent European/American colonial history. Perhaps you think otherwise? qp
quepassa
27/8/2017
08:41
hxxps://ourfiniteworld.com/2012/03/12/world-energy-consumption-since-1820-in-charts/ Quite an interesting chart in there. If coal has fallen as % it is only because of the massive expansion in the use of oil and gas. Coal consumption in absolute terms is still increasing.
rcturner2
27/8/2017
08:37
I did not liken coal to the slave trade: I was merely pointing out the current fashion of wiping history off the map.
semper vigilans
27/8/2017
08:29
Do you have a political bent? great at not answering the question about PERCENTAGES. percentages of energy mix, dear boy, percentages. QP
quepassa
27/8/2017
08:22
50 years ago coal production was about 1/3 of what it is now? Coal production has increased rapidly since 2000, if anything the rate of growth is increasing. hxxp://www.energytrendsinsider.com/2014/07/30/king-coal-deposed-in-west-but-reigns-in-east/ (2014 figures so may have changed more recently)
rcturner2
26/8/2017
20:47
QP, are you backing your conviction with your money? SO are you shorting apf? Is your short position as big as your conviction? Don't be all mouth and no action and try so hard to make all the rest on this board to short.
riskvsreward
26/8/2017
18:31
yes. we know that. but 50 years ago in the 1960's what was the global percentage then? and what will it be in 50 years time?
quepassa
26/8/2017
17:54
QP, coal provides 40% of the worlds electricity, the largest source, twice the size of the next largest.
rcturner2
26/8/2017
15:42
No. Just whiling away some idle moments by feeding the minnows for fun on a lazy Bank Holiday weekend. QP
quepassa
26/8/2017
14:55
Rose to the bait! Lol
sogoesit
26/8/2017
14:33
Wow. First someone likens coal to the slavery trade Second someone compares coal to the tobacco industry and now someone writes some utter garbage about snake oil which is meant to be clever but in fact is nonsense. This apart from our permanently Resident Neanderthal. No more coal mines in the UK. no more coal-fired power stations by the 2020's. Beijing has closed all its fossil fuel power plants due to extreme pollution. Fact. fact. fact. hard to swallow for most. But actions speak louder than words. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
26/8/2017
14:04
The end of the oil age is now predicted and, so it seems, is the coal age. A lot of this prediction is politically motivated, neither scientifically nor economically based. As usual the supply of snake oil is rising on this trend. Snake oil, otherwise known as talk, is currently cheap. Will its price, or value, ever increase? I doubt it. Will political activism impoverish the developing world as political correctness has been impoverishing Western European energy consumers? And for how long? Long fossil fuels, long term or, until my death, whichever comes sooner. Good luck all investors, snake oil or otherwise! Be careful when you follow a herd. If you're not wearing spectacles they could turn out to be lemmings!
sogoesit
26/8/2017
12:50
8370 refers.
quepassa
26/8/2017
09:37
QP, you have a view, you expressed your view, what is the point of repeating the same view for ages? If you have conviction in your view,act on it, short apf and other companies that invest in coals,like apf, glen etc. Just like you, others are entitled to have their bullish views on coals and they act on their views with their money. At the end of the day the ones are right will make money and those are wrong will lose money. So far this year you are on the losing side as apf just made a year high. From the growing eps and dividend forecast for the next two years for apf, and the momentum of share price movement, your loss may last longer and get greater.
riskvsreward
26/8/2017
07:49
Wow nice rally lately. Congratulations to those who hold on.
ruethewhirl
26/8/2017
06:07
2014 World electricity generation (23,816 TWh) by source (IEA, 2016) Coal/Peat (40.8%) Natural Gas (21.6%) Hydro (16.4%) Nuclear (10.6%) Oil (4.3%) Others (Renew.) (6.3%)
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