Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Corac Grp LSE:CRA London Ordinary Share GB0030591514 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:32:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 21.7 -3.9 -0.9 - 24.29

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10/11/2017
14:06
. . 0.74157 Q3 2,874 pgm/onz Q4 +25% = 3,593 pgm/onz + £73.73/onz better basket etc. Q3 PROFIT = £496,000 Q4 PROFIT = £884,998 Tailings PGM Project Project Project Project Jubilee Jubilee Unit processed ounces revenue revenue(2) earnings(3) earnings attributable attributable cost tonnes delivered (1) (ZAR'000) (GBP'000) (ZAR'000) earnings earnings / PGM (GBP'000) (GBP'000) (ZAR'000) oz (USD) -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ------------ ---------- ------------- ------------- ------ Total Q3 105 2017 673 2 874 1.539 26.581 496 8.592 496 8.592 476 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ------------ ---------- ------------- ------------- ------ 45 Oct-17 596 1 427 763 13.771 368 6.647 368 6.647 406 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ------------ ---------- ------------- ------------- ------ . . . COST TO PRODUCE -VERSUS- PGM OUNCES DELIVERED $ 530 $ 520 #$ 510 $ 500 $ 490 $ 480 $ 470 # $ 460 $ 450 #$ 440 $ 430 $ 420 $ 410 $ 400 #$ 390 $ 380 $ 370 $ 360 $ 350 #$ 340 $ 330 $ 320 $ 310 $ 300 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 ...........COST TO PRODUCE -VERSUS- PGM OUNCES DELIVERED$ 530 : $ 520 : #$ 510 :$ 500 :$ 490 :$ 480 :$ 470 : #$ 460 :$ 450 : #$ 440 :$ 430 :$ 420 :$ 410 :$ 400 : #$ 390 :$ 380 :$ 370 :$ 360 :$ 350 :$ 340 :$ 330 :$ 320 :$ 310 :$ 300 :........................................................................................................................... :800...1000....1200....1400....1600....1800....2000....2200....2400....2600 = = .
bullster
25/6/2015
08:07
alimo This thread is dead, try TPG Corac's new ticker
weeeck
24/6/2015
18:22
Hello (hello...echo!) whatsup? Is this ready to take off?
alimo
15/6/2015
12:26
Thanks Cerrito 'Also CEO recognized that having a bespoke unit for every well which was at the end of its life did not make sense and also fact that only works out with wells that are dry and not always practical to establish before hand which wells are dry' The latter two points were always valid, so why did they ever bother?
stocktastic
14/6/2015
20:37
david77, What price was gas when Hillcorp came in, out of the blue, financing the down hole tests ?.
bullster
14/6/2015
07:12
I bt into Corac for its DGC project but it has been killed by the American share gas revolution. They now have so much gas in America that the price has fallen and the DGC is no longer a viable project.
david77
13/6/2015
15:40
No Bullster. Those responsible for the design and specification have yet to be dispensed of. Those responsible for the 'design', 'checking' and 'approving' will hang around for a short while, until someone realises that the wrong decisions have been made. They all know who they are. I do. Corac has a history of keeping the incompetence and showing the door to those who possess the real knowledge and skill, hence why CET is in the dire state that it is. For me, this is a real shame, as CET is the Corac which I bought into and it's now a lifeless sorry wreck.
dashcroft70
13/6/2015
10:52
Dashcroft70, Firstly you tell us about Corac getting rid of all these indispensable engineers. Then you tell us about the shaft breaking. So tell us who designed the shaft or specified the grade of steel to be used. Yes, those same incompetent lot who have been shown the door.
bullster
12/6/2015
22:34
" 'E's not pinin'! 'E's passed on! This parrot is no more! He has ceased to be! 'E's expired and gone to meet 'is maker! 'E's a stiff! Bereft of life, 'e rests in peace! If you hadn't nailed 'im to the perch 'e'd be pushing up the daisies! 'Is metabolic processes are now 'istory! 'E's off the twig! 'E's kicked the bucket, 'e's shuffled off 'is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible!! THIS IS AN EX-PARROT!!"
supernumerary
12/6/2015
21:45
What is interesting and a rationale I just do not understand is very recently, more Engineers were made redundant from CET just as the Slough site is being stripped down, equipment shipped off/sold off elsewhere and the doors to development and research being closed. These Engineers to go are those who have been involved in the development of CET machinery such as Spirax and Star and the only engineers who have the ability to build and test them. This comes after Star was shipped to the customer and rather disastrously the machine suffered a shattered shaft and now there is no one around to put things right. After all the money put into this project, it now lays a dead heap going no where, doing nothing. Are we just going to hang on to the tails of the rest of Corac to see any return on our investments? There is nothing significant left apart from owning a few companies, one of which merely breaks even.
dashcroft70
02/6/2015
13:34
AH Change of name to TP Group plc Further to the announcement made on 22 May 2015 the Company advises that it now expects the name change to TP Group plc to become effective on 3 June 2015 and on the following day the Company's London Stock Exchange Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonic ("TIDM") will change from CRA to TPG. TPG plc shares will continue to be traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
alchemy
01/6/2015
15:52
From the company statement 27/3 "initial income will be generated through consultancy services to establish a manufacturing supply chain and support Spirax's global roll out and through the technology transfer process. In addition, there is an option for Spirax to commission Corac to manufacture and assemble initial units to support launch during supply chain development. Long term income will be derived from Technical support to Spirax engineering teams for ongoing service management. Once production is established, Corac will receive royalty income for its equipment sold in packaged steam products. This is anticipated to be in excess of GBP0.5m per annum, and having a direct impact on operating profit. Royalty income is expected to rise from this level as the technology/products are adopted, and sales grow as they are introduced across Spirax's international customer base." Corac will continue its commercial collaboration with Spirax to explore opportunities to design additional products in the range, delivering greater returns to end users." Now that's what I call commercialisation. Corac's deal with a very large company like Spirax will not be lost on those currently testing the gas expansion generator in the US. It's rather ironic that Corac's technology, the main thrust of which was supposed to get more and more fossil fuels out of the ground, is now being applied in this way.(not quite the same technology but you get what I mean) It is difficult for companies, hospitals, local authorities, universities to resist this type of thing especially as they can then say "look how we are working to reduce our carbon footprint" I would imagine that the Spirax salesforce are pushing against an open door here. There are many other opportunities for this technology and my previous guesstimate of sum of parts value hasn't really taken this on board. Edit: with regards to the above £0.5m and rising, this is the royalty income once the third party manufacturing is set up and what we got today was an order to manufacture the first units. There is also the gain from consultancy work and assisting the set up of the third party manufacturing.
pavey ark
01/6/2015
14:27
azalea, fair point,I tend to forget that the time scale of my reinvestment here is different from others. Septblues, rather easy for any investor to take the three units and look at the figures from last year and then try and factor in what has happened since. lets say £8m cash and tax losses are then added and a picture should emerge. If an investor gets a figure less than say £50m then I suggest they give the old calculator a bang on the edge of the table and start again.
pavey ark
01/6/2015
14:21
RNS Number : 8468O : Corac Group Plc: 01 June 2015 Corac Group plc: ("Corac" or the "Company") Change of name to TP Group plc Further to the announcement made on 22 May 2015 the Company advises that it now expects the name change to TP Group plc to become effective on 3 June 2015 and on the following day the Company's London Stock Exchange Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonic ("TIDM") will change from CRA to TPG. TPG plc shares will continue to be traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
bullster
01/6/2015
10:18
PA. Everything is relative. In my book any company whose share price has fallen from over 80 to less than 5p, in 7 years, has effectively crashed.The mythical Phoenix is an apt way of describing any company whose share price now appears to be rising from the metaphorical ashes in which many investors got their fingers severely burned.
azalea
01/6/2015
09:49
Just heading out but certainly much more than £27m. I see the share price has now staggered back to where management were buying in September.
pavey ark
01/6/2015
09:30
Pavey please remind me what are your sum of the parts component valuations again
septblues
01/6/2015
07:50
Anyone any idea how much each one is worth?
iasike
01/6/2015
07:43
The Phoenix is testing its wings.
azalea
01/6/2015
07:25
As I remember the deal CRA will build these and get the ball rolling with the main manufacturer. After having built the initial batch I expect the third party (the main manufacturer) to be in a position to take over ,with the help of CRA. This looks like a sweet deal and one that should provide a very steady income stream in royalties and consultation fees. Just noticed the "further applications" bit. Again,this looks very good.
pavey ark
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