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Clean Air LSE:CAP London Ordinary Share BMG2287M1047 COM SHS USD0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.62p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 6.8 -6.3 -2.6 - 1.59

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wajai1986: How come some people on other forum think that 6179000 share trade on Wednesday was a sell? I am sure it was a buy. I just don't know why it came up after market closed and affected the aftermarket share price.
bckttsim: Yeh, like issue shares to a long serving employee and then tank the share price by selling the company for peanuts.
ukmassy: Breaking News. gsx Share price goes up from going down! Breaking News.
priceisright2: I'm happy. I said back in September this was an acquisition target by Westport, i still think that. Ricardo will want to be at the party, if this effects relations with the OEM then Ricardo will look bad. Delphi or Bosch might want a slice... Along with the Russians or Americans, i can see there being a lot of competition here. The offer will not reflect the current market price, they will have insight into the global truck manufacturer, and all the other potentials. Be nice to see the true value of Cap reflected in the share price. how do you value this company, no debt, £68m tax shield, valuable patents stopped other entering markets, Major deals with unknown OEM ( way too price sensitive), $90m already invested, working with Volvo Russia, "game changing technology" ... Of course there will be expressions of interest, CAP could always go and get some debt from a bank - it's not about that - it's the consolidation of the industry and positioning themselves to grow the technology and opportunities the best they can - to do that requires a financial business partnership or buy-out, an opportunity to be part of something bigger. Like i said before if somebody comes in and offers 10p+ (25m MCap) {that's peanuts for the type of companies we are thinking of} the major shareholders would be hard push not to say okay - would still be a steal at that price
priceisright2: Overview on current thinking - Please DYOR. - i fundamentally believe that this "financial stability" is more than just Money, we have seen consolidation and partnerships occurring throughout the NGV industry. I would not be surprised if this is what we are seeing here, a financial partnership with somebody, the likeliest i see is: Ricardo, Delphi, Bosch, Westport, Woodward, or major OEM. It's more than money which is required here, it's further credibility, a financial business partnership that can be part of the success of "MicroPilot is an industry game-changer" and ability to open doors quickly and increase resource. - a small company with limited resource may need further credibility from a major player, but CAP up to now has done incredibly well and worked with the biggest OEM in the market. - the NGV market is growing and has hit a tipping point back in 2014 - the time is now for major players to want to take a slice of the action - CAP needs to make sure they don't give away the company at such low Market Cap. The partnership will be a liberty of the OEM and all the other work going on in the background which other investors will not. They will have a better understanding of the true value of CAP. Major developments in China, Japan and America on C02 reductions all point to policies of LNG. - KPMG pulled in as financial adviser "KPMG Corporate Finance has been appointed to assist the Board in its review of the Group's strategic options" - this phrasing is very deliberate "Group's strategic options" not "short term financial options". We know Jonathan Boyers has won "deal Maker" of the year and his work mainly includes M&A, Angle investors, MBO and other financial restructuring. Panmure Gordon was their financial advisers - this requires specific advice. - A MBO would not be on the cards, managers have already invested too much into CAP, 11m share options (John owns 3.7m shares plus 5m options), salary sacrifices. - Why announce a separate RNS 3 days later on KPMG - surely they knew it was KPMG on the 23rd June - No major sell off's from Major shareholders (£20,£30k sell offs) but share price tanked on few thousand - A fundamental question in this process is "how do we value CAP", could range from current Market cap £3m to £100m+ if they get their technology on multiple OEM lines. $90m already invested. No debt. Big TAX shield. Valuable patents. Industry game changer. More than a concept. over Billion mile in use. currently working with Major global truck manufacturer in South east Asia and other markets. sights on second OEM for micro-pilot - probably America. exposure on multiple markets. only real dedicated dual fuel company. - Market does not know who the South East Asia partner is. Ricardo will. that is extremely price sensitive information, and has been deliberately kept from the market. - "The extension, which is being finalised" - should be additional money if task are outside the original scope. Management was very confident of progressing to stage 2. - this is the next biggest strategic move in cap's story - it needs to be the right one. this is not simply a fundraising issue. They are finally going to choose who they want to get into bed with. Not simply a paper recognition or a friendly hand shake but going into financial partnership, sharing the risk, money where your mouth is business. - too many opportunities with Volvo in Russia - Gazprom - be nice to see Abramovich join the party.
priceisright2: Joe, I can't see a MBO personally - look at the wording "more comprehensive review of the Group's short-term options" short term not long term - BOD have 11m share options in the company they have brought in at every opportunity plus "salary sacrifices" and have already lost a lot of money with forfeiting shares and they wouldn't put "potential to deliver significant value" if they were plotting to buy the company- they have a lot of money at stake themselves - back in summer they only did a 1m fund raise, as they don't want to give away the company at 4p. I have seen investors, invest in a idea brewed up in a pub and a hole in the ground - cap is not one of these types of companies - focus on the opportunities and potential that's what the major investors are focusing on and that's why your not seeing big £20k,30k sell off's - investors have already given $90m and major shareholders will not want to see their investment go down the pan over a few £m more to get this over the line. funding was always required even if they announced phase two, just would have been nice to use phase 2 as leverage for a better deal. But it's only a delay, which is highly likely with OEM - still showing commitment, with the engine and they may get paid for the next 4-6 months if the work is outside the original scope. Gas testing.... we have engines all over the world running..usa, Europe, Australia, Russia - but that was with dual fuel - maybe the gas makeup might be more sensitive in a micropilot engine - never read that as a major issue only that volvo and cap require natural gas to be over 80% methane (or something like that - for dual fuel) We know they are hiring over in America - fact. we know they have component orders that push on into next year - surely they would have had to satisfy that customer, that they would still be around. Russia does seem to be picking up - even with expression of interest from Russia is positive for loaning money - the company has no debt, and a massive tax shield. they have secured financing for past 25 years, they are the closest they have been to securing something really serious - ngv is developing year on year. ultimately you have to ask yourself the question do you think this company will succeed or fail - do you see this as a great buying opportunity or not. personally i am scratching around behind the sofa to try and find some more money, but that's me i have spent 1000's hours researching and i know the value of the company - he who dares win's - i think the share price will continue to drift until more news is announced or funding has been sorted and investors can see the next 12-18months finances secured. remember they could just issue a load of shares at 1.5p they have plenty they can issue - look at the AGM meeting - but they don't want to give the company away, take a small lump of debt on - but i think the problem is the % is too high for them to justify it - so i'm guessing they are bring in financial advisers to secure the best possible deal for shareholders.
hereford29: Hello Norbus CAP, why are the revenues dropping so much (a third drop in year on year)? the share price targets of the three analysts seem rather ambitious?? High: 448.00 +18,955.7 % Median: 226.50 +9,534.2 % I must have the wrong end of the stick here Norbs?
adamb1978: Had a read through the results given that until recently I held CAP. Really cannot see any rationale for owning CAP at the moment. They have about £4m cash - that will halve by year end so another equity raising needed in H1 next year. Even if the share price bounces, they'll still need to issue a massive volume of shares to finance themselves - perhaps about half the existing capital? Even if the share price bounces and, post a discount, they found investors to take shares at 3p (huge assumption), then issuing 100m shares (vs c250m in issue) raises £3m which would finance them for less than a year. Even with the current share count they need turnover to get towards £20m for the shares to look fair value....
illuminati1: David Thornton's comment on CAP Thursday 8th July During a quiet week for news, I took the opportunity to catch up with John Pettitt, the CEO of Clean Air Power (CAP). CAP's share price has suffered badly in the last month following a fundraising at 4p. When a micro-cap company decides to raise even a modest amount of money without offering subscription rights to existing holders, it needs to make sure there's enough competition from buyers for the new stock. Otherwise, it can end up taking a lousy price - which is what happened here. John Pettitt told me the £1m of fresh equity was raised to provide working capital headroom in advance of potential orders from Russia and the US later this year. He wants to be in a position to meet customer demand promptly if this business comes through as hoped. He's excited about prospects in Russia where trials have been conducted with CAP's partner Volvo. The system is also undergoing certification in the US, having passed emissions tests. This could lead to orders being announced in the coming months. Meanwhile management is spending a lot of time on the South East Asian dual-fuel engine project which was announced in February. If this progresses to the engineering development phase, it might bring in important funding. With the shares now languishing at the 4p level they should respond to positive news on any of these fronts. So I think they are a speculative buy here, but I am revising my targets. Buy up to 5p with a target of 12p (today's close 4.125p)
norbus: I wrote to CAP and was relieved to have a positive status update; I believe Navistar, post EPA certification, could well come back into CAP's world both on cost reduction and safety concerns reducing particulates emissions, once it had dug out, which seems to be happening now. Concern about the drift in CAP share price prompted me to write ; I do see both the EPA specification test results and the relevance of the new NED as positive It maybe a market update noting the UPS continuing trials and ongoing close relationship with Volvo can be useful to restore confidence
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