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CORO Coro Energy Plc

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14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coro Energy Plc LSE:CORO London Ordinary Share GB00BDCFP425 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.114 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Natural Gas Liquids 6.71M -4.12M -0.0014 -0.79 3.15M
Coro Energy Plc is listed in the Natural Gas Liquids sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CORO. The last closing price for Coro Energy was 0.11p. Over the last year, Coro Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 0.114p to 0.425p.

Coro Energy currently has 2,866,858,784 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Coro Energy is £3.15 million. Coro Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.79.

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i need 3p, not .3

Gap to 0.35p
This is just about to fly...along with EME.!!
Laz good job you don't do the Everton Fanzine Mag.

Digger I think you are right been a sea change in volume here,EME & Conrad lately somethings up.

From Times Online this morning:
"The disappointment was blamed on the government choosing not to adjust the scheme to account for inflationary pressures faced by wind power developers. The mounting price of steel and other costs has already claimed one casualty, a 1.4GW wind farm off the Norfolk coast."

"Companies have been warning government officials that the maximum price they can bid per megawatt hour — the minimum price guarantee — had been set too low given inflation."

I subscribe so I did read this but there was nothing new to me and absolutely nothing that diminished the efficiency or value of offshore will be sorted.

Also nothing to justify some mad "gotcha ....what about that them....explain that" outburst.

pavey ark
Volumes in CRD have increased recently. Although the share price ended down, trying to figure out why when looking at the ADVFN trades log is a bit of a mystery. The final trade was by my reckoning a buy costing the equivalent of £40k so someone seems confident.
Hopefully CRD are pushing hard to get this over the line.

Dropped on no volume yet moved up with volume. We all know major news is way way overdue and can drop anytime. Next week would be great ?
just telling it as it is...
Here's a fairly subtle point.....I know why offshore auctions have stalled....I have read about this before .....what is the relevance to Coro with their ONSHORE project on the other side of the globe?
That is the reason I gave for not bothering to open the is not relevant.

The main thrust of my argument here has been a kick back against people rubbishing renewables and yet continuing to invest in CORO.
By all means be here for the Duyung great day but many, many poster appear to think that renewables are somehow a trivial, meaningless side show...they're not....certainly not in CORO.

I hope that the last two posts don't represent the considered opinion of the majority or we are all in bother.....on any number of levels.

Happy to debate any measured, reasonable post but I think that most would agree that those two failed the test.

Plenty of other places to post.....leave me in my hippie !!!

pavey ark
What the hell has that to do with anything connected to Coro, anyone's investment in Coro or the prospect of anyone actually making money from Coro.

I have shown conclusively that Coro is a company heavily and increasingly involved in renewable energy generation.
Most Coro investors appear to have missed or ignored the change in the company they have invested in.

I believe that there is serious money to be made from investing in renewable energy project and I am invested in several renewable energy specific companies and these are certainly holding up well and paying very good dividends.

I haven't even opened the link as I know that there are many moving parts in these deals and high inflation and interest rate have made the price guarantees necessary will get sorted out.

Note to all the other Express/Mail reading..."Trump has the right idea" ...people out there...I am not interested in your views.

Hopefully I have made my point.......for good or bad Coro is heavily involved in renewable energy projects (I think "good" but that is just my opinion)

Anyone thinking "bad" obviously has a decision to make here.

pavey ark
normal service resumed here and at EME...rumours of progress, share price goes up, no news, drip drip drip back down to where we atarted!
Pavey Ark...

wind power is such a fantastic investment...please explain this?

The link is to the annual report and the statements are unequivocal:-

"Our strategy remains to monetise the Duyung PSC, repay or restructure our corporate debt, complete the sale of our Italian assets and then strategically invest to grow our South East Asian renewables business."

They hope to have a more appropriately sized gas involvement (not Duyung) as they see gas as a transition energy source and avoid being 100% renewables but they could not be clearer in their aims and strategy.

How could any serious investor have missed this ?

pavey ark
Truly win ....I give up !!
pavey ark
Yes mate I saw it to but its a bit of a vipers nest on the telegram
What a few solar panels in Vietnam? Please :)
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