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Chill Brands Group Plc LSE:CHLL London Ordinary Share GB00BWC4X262 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.10 339,401 08:00:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.00 2.20 2.1775 2.10 2.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.32 -4.80 -2.51 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:48:55 O 137,000 2.00 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2022 08:20 by Chill Brands Daily Update
Chill Brands Group Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHLL. The last closing price for Chill Brands was 2.10p.
Chill Brands Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.10p and a 12 week average price of 2.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 20.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.70p.
There are currently 243,605,305 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 182,641 shares. The market capitalisation of Chill Brands Group Plc is £5,115,711.41.
Posted at 30/8/2022 12:35 by 7rademark
The price of expanding too quick imo , any other views why the share price has fallen from 105p to today's 3p
Posted at 30/8/2022 12:23 by suggster
Since this was announced the share price has fallen 75% though.
Posted at 30/8/2022 06:19 by aimmafia
If you havent looked at #CGO then you really should, 200-300 percent upside very near termCurrent Share Price: 7.5pTarget Share Price: 30p in Q4 when 2nd offtake agreement lands and we are earning $10million a year from 1st offtake.Offtake 1: 10,000 tonnes per month of washed coking coalSale Price: $120 Per TonneRevenue: $14.4 MillionEBITDA: $9.6 MillionReserves: 1.6 Billion tonnes Met Coal / Thermal Coal ( company can run for centuries )Offtake 2: in discussionAlso CGO has its Initial Modular coke Battery due to be installed in Q4 which will create even more revenue and expecting another offtake agreement to land for this also! Production will be up to 40,000 tonnes per year of raw coke with huge margins creating the below figures but I am expecting coke prices to go up even further.Modular coke battery will produce once installedMargin: $300 per tonneEbitda 2022 with module coke battery- $19.5 millionPE of 5: $100m Market Cap aprxPE of 7: $140m Market Cap aprxIn 2023 a further large battery will be installed and adding a further $45million Ebitda per year creating rough market caps of:PE5 $285 million Market Cap 2023PE7 $399 million Market Cap 2023This is obviously excluding value of gold asset and also hugely increased coking coal and coke prices.
Posted at 19/8/2022 15:06 by ken chung
Get out while you can imo. It will be loss making for years by my calculation and I can see no way to profitability, or even adding enough value to offset what seems to be the inevitable dilution.Just ask yourself why there aren't any analyst reports detailing projected profit and loss figures for each of the next five years. It's because each year will be negative imo.Don't play chicken with the share price and be the last one holding.Lemmings and mushroom s only.
Posted at 18/8/2022 14:29 by 3put
He has all the answers, except where is the gas!!

Recently answered questions

Why are targets being missed. First gas was supposed to be on the 1st of June.

Why has there been so much delay.

Asked on 1 August 2022

There have been specific issues around equipment but essentially the Company underestimated the installation hurdles arising from a sophisticated and all embracing computer control system and the sheer volume of testing, inspection and certification involved in dealing in very high pressure gas in the UK onshore.

There are no easy HSE parallels with offshore platforms in this regard – all of which have particular design and certification issues associated with dealing with confined spaces, yet we have found ourselves keeping pace with regulations which were largely designed for the offshore.

Equally the cost base for onshore high pressure gas is driven by transmission and distribution operators. Given they can recharge all their capital costs ulimately to the unlucky consumer, over the last two decades both timescales for build and costs have ballooned.

We note that we are the only onshore combined extraction and gas processing facility connected to the transmission system to have been constructed in decades and we had few parallels to follow outside of the refineries themselves.

Due to the delay of the first gas, do we have a date or month on when the sidetrack will happen ? Asked on 1 August 2022

We did advise in April that we require a “few weeks of steady-state production prior to works” commencing. This is to allow time to clear the site of post-commissioning personnel and focus the attention of the permanent site team on the drilling operation. We have not advised the market of a specific revised spud date but will do so at First Gas.

Hi, is the company still as upbeat and confident about the economics of the Saltfleetby field – particularly as it now has 100 ownership – as it ever was?

There is a lot of negativity on the chat boards about the delays and financial consequences. Asked on 1 August 2022

We are definitely more confident about the economics of the field. The forward curve is now considerably higher than at any time before in the history of prices at the balancing point. We have also been fortunate in that we have been able to roll a portion of the hedge into future periods that enjoy even higher forward prices – this is not possible to do without incurring large upfront costs when forward prices are lower than front month prices. Meeting hedge obligations had been a great concern of investors.

Could you please confirm
1/. that Angus have completed and submitted all of the necessary reports for National Grid approval for connection to theNational Transmission System?
These include, inter alia, a Gas Quality Schedule, a Metering schedule, and a Telemetry Schedule.
2/. Has National Grids written approval been received for these and all other requirements needed to start transmitting gas into the National Grid?
3/. Can you confirm that Nat Grid require a minimum of seven days to consider these reports before granting permissions?
Many thanks,
John Asked on 1 August 2022

Yes. All done

how are u going to meet your hedge requirements if u r not exporting gas by end of july Asked on 1 August 2022

The hedged volumes were lower in the first quarter but as advised we have a rolled a portion to give us leeway in the even that commissioning is more protracted. We have been fortunate enough to be able to roll hedged volumes into forward months with much higher prices without incurring upfront cost. This is not normally possible to do as generally speaking forward months are lower than front end months. So large is the difference at the present that this has been simple to trade.

You expect the 2 wells to produce 1.5 mil therms of gas a month. But am I correct in thinking those 2 wells could produce more?

And would I be correct in assuming there is enough capacity onsite for gas from the two wells up to 3 mil therms?

Regardless of the sidetrack. Asked on 1 July 2022

The field having been shut in for so long, all the technical experts expect increased deliverability during the first six months of production. Additionally it was always open to the old Operator to run the wells a bit harder. Generally there are technical risks to pushing a well too hard, but we think that we could do better than 1.5m therms and, likewise the site equipment has some flex in terms of capacity but it would require some thought and planning.

Will there be further sidetracks at SBY in future to reduce the hedged gas at these high prices. Thankyou, and keep up the excellent work. Asked on 1 July 2022

Yes, although none planned for 2022. We would like to open up the southern lobe of the field in 2023 where we see low cost side tracks for high potential returns.

Hi, can the existing compressors be upgraded to produce more gas if needed. Thankyou. Asked on 1 July 2022

We left space for a third compressor in order to handle any potential pressure drop in the two existing wells. If the sidetrack pressure keeps the average across the three high, then we could use the third compressor to increase flow rates. All of the units were sized around 10mmscfd (the target production after side-track) but were build with a degree of redundancy and subject to risk assessment we could increase flow beyond that amount. That assessment will be easier to do once we have steady flow

Hi as an investor I want to know how you feel about the war in ukraine and oil & gas commodity prices rising? Do you think its going to be good for you on the whole. Asked on 1 July 2022

The war in Ukraine has supercharged the continental European markets but in the UK we pay NBP not TTF. Our UK market is heavily reliant for marginal supply on LNG cargoes from US and Qatar. European markets facing supply constraints as a consequence of the Russia-Ukraine tragedy cannot easily switch to LNG because terminal capacity to receive LNG cargoes on the continent is limited. So the UK is not as affected by the conflict as many others.

The real problem is the global dearth of investment in new supply. Take it as read that the timelag from identfication to realisation of a decent gas field is a five to ten year affair. The period of 2015/16 to the end of Covid in 2021 saw the lowest levels of investment in new capacity in 40 years in part because of the commodity price slide in early 2016 and then as a consequence of the impact of climate change activism.

The result is that we are unlikely to see new capacity added in great quantity until 2026 whatever the Russians do. Unfortunately many of the largest fields were in Russia and smaller operators running smaller fields still struggle to raise funds – particularly for exploration or early stage development.

So Angus does see an ongoing high price for natural gas and, to help in our geothermal ambitions, for electricity production which still relies overwhelmingly on gas fired generation. This will be good for shareholders.

Posted at 09/8/2022 11:52 by terminator101
When will the whooshing begin ? As part of the agreement, Viridian has been awarded warrants over shares totalling 4.9% of the Company's fully diluted share capital, with an exercise period of five years and an exercise price of £0.01, which are exercisable on the Company's share price appreciating to an agreed level, or otherwise, exercisable at 25% per quarter following the 12-month anniversary of the grant date.
Posted at 22/7/2022 09:04 by kemche
From the classics section of the back catalogue:


echoridge - 25 Jan 2022 - 15:49:37 - 2873 of 3690 Chill CBD Products - CHLL

Putting CHLL's share price weakness in a bit of perspective, our smoking cessation pair trade continues to perform very well and has now returned 30% since recommending it at the end of November 2021, with TAAT doing most of the heavy lifting, down 50% in less than 2 months, -30% ytd. Despite this, TAAT is still capped at almost 5x CHLL and with the latter still in a far stronger position from both a product offering and balance sheet POV, the trade remains extremely attractive, though some are covering their TAAT short, as it has really has fallen too far too fast, and running the CHLL long into the interims.

Posted at 16/7/2022 11:13 by terminator101
Can Viridian start dumping their 25% of 1p warrants on 1 Oct?

Will that be the next whoosh?

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As part of the agreement, Viridian has today been issued warrants exercisable into 4.9% of the Company's fully diluted ordinary share capital (representing approximately 11,290,826 ordinary shares), with an exercise period of five years and an exercise price of 1 pence per ordinary share of 1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares"), which are exercisable on the Company's Ordinary Share price appreciating to 60 pence, or otherwise, exercisable at 25% per quarter following the 12 month anniversary of the grant date.

Posted at 18/3/2022 05:49 by terminator101
With just 6 months to go before Veridian get their 11.29 million 1p warrants just wondering how it's going? At least the chuckle brothers had the foresight to give an alternative path to exercising those warrants if the share price didn't hit the mythical 60p (although echowaffle did tell me it was nailed oh huh). But its ok as those 2.899 million warrants a quarter to be dumped are probably going to be totally worthless anyway. Renegotiation anyone.?-----30 Sep 2021"As part of the agreement, Viridian has today been issued warrants exercisable into 4.9% of the Company's fully diluted ordinary share capital (representing approximately 11,290,826 ordinary shares), with an exercise period of five years and an exercise price of 1 pence per ordinary share of 1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares"), which are exercisable on the Company's Ordinary Share price appreciating to 60 pence, or otherwise, exercisable at 25% per quarter following the 12 month anniversary of the grant date."
Posted at 02/2/2022 21:04 by kemche
God but I love him to bits:

echoridge - 25 Jan 2022 - 15:49:37 - 2873 of 3222 Chill CBD Products - CHLL
Putting CHLL's share price weakness in a bit of perspective, our smoking cessation pair trade continues to perform very well and has now returned 30% since recommending it at the end of November 2021, with TAAT doing most of the heavy lifting, down 50% in less than 2 months, -30% ytd. Despite this, TAAT is still capped at almost 5x CHLL and with the latter still in a far stronger position from both a product offering and balance sheet POV, the trade remains extremely attractive, though some are covering their TAAT short, as it has really has fallen too far too fast, and running the CHLL long into the interims.

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