Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc LSE:CDT London Ordinary Share US18449C3025 COM SHS USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 117.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:32:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 9.48

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Wiganer, you still in ARTA they,ve been resurrected this morning and are way up.
Some folks probably did become extremely wealthy.
Anyone out there know whats going on with clean Diesel? We were all supposed to be extremely wealthy by now.
who was ill-informed David? stu31 - 29 Sep'06 - 19:56 - 360 of 458 edit I wish you luck with this David, but I believe you are going to be sorely disappointed..MC £16m turnover £0.5m hmm, based on jam tomorrow..hmm, seen that before..turnover about to explode blah blah, usual story of every AIM stock that ever floated..until the profit warning..yes this might be the 1 in a 1000 stock we all dream of..but the graveyard is littered with the bones of companies like this..look at RPP, TRK, TDM, AVT, SEO, SYM, DGP, SCE, and the list goes on and for MC of £500m within 4 years..I'll go for £10m max, if the prospects were as bright as that there would be 10 companies with a diesel filter/additive in the marketplace by lunchtime on monday. You reckon they could get 10% of the market in China..I'll go for 0.001%, 30 vehicles worth $7500. I see they will be running out of cash before the end of this calendar year, lets see at what level they manage to raise funds to gauge market confidence. I hope you have only invested money you can afford to lose. stu31 - 2 Oct'06 - 01:18 - 362 of 457 edit Atlantic, IMO having a fantastic product is only 5% of the story (for early shareholders to make money anyway). Management with the ability to market and sell is 95%. RPP was a typical AIM story wasn't it. You can make a lot of money on these stocks, but only using the 'greater fool' method of investment, hardly any of these 'start ups' produce the goods in the long run. David15 - 3 Oct'06 - 15:43 - 363 of 457 How can you possibly suggest the CDT does not now have a top marketing team in place. The CEO was appointed to commercialise the technologies after the technical people had developed and patented the technologies in the vehicle emission field including the use of platinum with cerium in fuel/combustion additives; the airless Advanced Reagent Injection System (ARIS)which is being adopted by the industry to meet the in-coming NOx reduction requirements and EGR/SCR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation/Selective Catalytic Reduction), in which CDT holds key US and European patents and which several leading industry figures, including the CEO of Daimler Chrysler, have said is the only way to meet the Euro 2007 and US 2009 emission control standards. Bernhard Steiner has an enviable track record having, as CEO, taken new products from start up to market leadership for a division of Motorola; Wayfarer Systems AG of Sweden and NXT Plc in the UK. The respective COOs for North America and International that he has brought in both have impressive track records in marketing as well as technical expertise in the emission control field. It is true that the marketing experience of the former COO for North America was weak but the CEO has rectified this and we now have a top man in the field in place. Any fool should have realised that emission control is driven by legislation. But legislation is in place, although the legislators have allowed industry far too long a lead-in to enforcement, but the lead-in times are now running out and enforcement programmes are coming into place worldwide, viz the London Taxi retrofit programme which started on July 1, over the next 18 months all London Cabs will be required to reduce pollution by a rolling retro-fit programme - CDTs product is an integral part of both approved retofit systems. Copenhagen buses are being retrofitted with CDTs technology as have several Belgian bus fleets with more to follow and a large retro-fit programme has been initiated in the Netherlands; in Australia buses in Sydney are being retro-fitted using CDTs technologies; orders in Scandinavia have now required the appointment of a large Nordic company as distributors; Transport for London are now using CDTs products on all their heavy duty track laying locomotives to mention but a few and the list is growing almost daily. I was not going to bother any more with this board but one cannot let such ill-informed and un-researched comment pass. stu31 - 3 Oct'06 - 19:06 - 364 of 457 edit LOL, you are right, "one cannot let such ill-informed and un-researched comment pass" cap £500m within 4 years..LOL.
delisting from aim to save money is a red herring. look at the results they are abysmal. This has proved to be one of the many 'in two years time stories. time has run out.
so they are delisting from AIM
hyper al
What the hells with the spread here...?
Well results out today more hope and tomorrow we will make it. The Competition is hotting up and i suspect cdt are running out of time. Sound alert , etc
Promising share price movement
Also look at latest Commodity Watch Radio: China Energy Recovery. Same, same, but different
The progress made in finanical terms has probably not met investors expectations. Markets are jittery and any shares trading on hope are likley to be hammered.The market will only rerate upwards when profitability is acheived. If the markets were generally going up then they would give the benefit of the doubt to cdt but not in these markets.
what's going on? this is in freefall.any ideas?
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There are much larger shareholders. Some 85% of the outstanding stock is in the hands of large shareholders who well understand the potential and the level of business which will certainly be coming to the company over the next eighteen months/two years and is already starting as the now mandated regulations on diesel emissions increasingly apply. Major shareholders include the Ruffer Group Funds (with over 10%), Cadogan Estates, Fuel Tech Inc and Avenir Finances SA to mention but a few.
Sidewinder this does seem to be an emerging giant.I think one or two have very substantial stakes eg Simon Cawkwell and I think D Hunter.Yet the share price now if you allow for the consolidation is less than it was 3 years ago when i think it hit the equivalent of £12.50 when it just had potential and no orders. Im tempted to increase my stake lets see if frr hit the black stuff TO Free up some funds. It would be good to hear Simon's views on cdt today.If you still read this bb please contribute Simon.
"Clean Diesel Technologies Wins CleanEquity Monaco 2008 Award for Excellence" CleanEquity Monaco was sponsored by Barclays Wealth and Barclays Capital and brought together over 40 international environmetal technologu companies from around the worldand was attended by several hundred investors and journalists. The award nominees were selected by an independent panel of cleantech experts including members of the investment and corporate communication disciplines. "We are very proud to receive this award and to be recognized in this way by such a panel of environmental technology experts" said Dr. Bernhard Steiner, President and CEO of Clean Diesel Technologies "This award acknowledges not only our current success in commercialization through deals with Robert Bosch and Tenneco, but also, the certification to supply the London Low Emission Zone (LEZ) provided substantial revenue potential for our technologies ......." Yet another step to CDTI as a leader in this now emerging multi billion $/£/Eu market set to grow expotentially over the coming years and now finally starting by US and European regulations with the Euro emission regulations being adopted by China, India and other major Asian economies.
Atlantic - Another development which has, I believe, has far more significance than has so far been understood by the market and was reported the day before yesterday. That is the appointment of Dr. Klaus Schmidt as operations manager for Germany, reporting directly to Tim Rogers, the COO for worldwide operations outside the US. Dr. Schmidt has a high profile career in the motor industry including as an adviser to VW. Obviously the CEO, Dr. Bernhard Steiner, and Tim Rogers with the worldwide operations to cover, in Dr. Steiner's case also including the US where he works closely with Dr. Walter Copan the COO for North America, who himself joined CDTI from a top position at the US Departmrnt of Energy and was previously the CEO of the European division of Lubrizol. Clearly the German operations are now expanding at such a pace that a senior full time manager is required on the ground. Executives of the calibre of that have joined CDTI do not join a small company unless they are very sure that they are joining an emerging market leader. Following the Lake Champlain Transport announcement First Berlin have uprated their short term projection to significantly in excess of $20.
thanks sidewinder 2 i have been in for years with a small holding 800 shares.
The 3rd quarter results were published in November. The 2007 year end and fourth quarter results are due between the 15th and 31st March. As these will be audited figures the company is in the hands of the auditors as to the exact date. I follow the company closely and it is clear that business is now developing fast as vehicle emission enforcement legislation is now mandatory and tightening in the US and Europe, with LEZs to also be introduced in several major Asian cities within the next couple of years. So far as your question of share price in a two year time scale is concerned I am certainly looking at between US$75 and US$100 per share. The AIM quotation is now largely irrelevent since the company gained a full NASDAQ listing at the end of October 2007 and the AIM quote is generally just below the NASDAQ quote but with a wide spread to prevent more arbitraging which EK and I managed towards the end of last year on a small number of the "S" shares.
sidewinde i imagine that 3rd quarter results are imminent.have you a vlaution for cdt shares on say a 2year view...
Another important development for CDT announced in the US on February 14 has not yet been appreciated by the market. "Lake Champlain Transportation Company Chooses Clean Diesel Platinum Plus to Reduce Environmental Impact and Improve Fuel Economy". Some 5 billion (5,000,000,000) gallons of diesel fuel is used each year by US inland waterway and inshore marine vessels. Lake Champlain Transportation Company operate a fleet of 11 vessels including a tug; nine ferries including two car ferries and a cruise boat. The Marine Superintendent of LCT is quoted "---- implementing (these) solutions that are clearly beneficial to the bottom line of our business. Fuel costs are quite significant ----------we are keenly aware for the need for a greener and cleaner environment. ------- The combination of benefits that Clean Diesel delivers made the decision to deploy their solution throughout our fleet very appealing". Whilst LCT is a relatively small company these trials are being looked at as a showcase for the industry. CDTs COO for the US and Chief Technical Officer added "The progressive approach to protecting the environment while directly benefitting LCTs business, will certainly have implications throughout the water transport industry". It is clear that the implications for CDTs business are huge from this source alone. This follows on licensing agreements for CDTs other patented ARIS (Advanced Reagent Injection System) technology with Robert Bosch GmBH and Tenneco Inc (NYSE:TEN) (a leading international Tier 1 supplier to the motor manufacturing industry) which will undoubtedly come to be used in the majority of the 14+ million diesel engines manufactured each year, over 8 million diesel passenger cars a year in Europe. Add to that the leading role now being played by CDT in the London LEZ (Low Emission Zone) implementation to be followed by other cities across the UK, Europe and Asia and the current showcase demonstrations in California for diesel off-road equipment which causes high levels of regulated emissions and it is clear that we have a great business in the making, albeit that we have had a longer than anticipated wait for mandatory action to be enforced by government agencies but which is now happening on an accelerating scale.
Simon - I owe you an apology I managed to buy 2000 myself at £9.50. The MMs must be crazy. I sold 2000 in NY as soon as the US markets opened, about 2 hours later, at $23.65 (the $ was a tad under 2 to the £ at the time). The ridiculous thing is that the Registrars had to issue new unrestricted shares as the "S" shares no longer exist. However the number of shares on offer was very limited I wonder if anyone else, other than us, managed this gift arbritrage.
Simon could you post on the topps tiles board please. Your pearls of wisdom have not been availible on and your commenst on the trading update would be welcome.
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