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CORO Coro Energy Plc

0.114
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/1/2024
12:07
Can't seem to find the link, I press on what's meant to be the link & nothing?
mebo2
23/1/2024
07:14
Jason90, thanks for that....a very good and informative video interview with Michael Carrington.
pavey ark
22/1/2024
15:47
Director's Interview update from Michael Carrington on Proactive.

Link in thread.

jason90
22/1/2024
09:55
Some more good news out today. Link in thread.
jason90
21/1/2024
14:02
Cant disagree with that Pavey.
10owen
21/1/2024
13:41
I know that most don't come close to appreciating the value in Coro's renewable project but I suspect that more than a few here do and are "singing from the same sheet"

Further very positive news snippet: the new wind monitoring system , recently installed , could provide wind data for more than one site.

This news is very significant as I have always thought that data collection accumulated a real cash value with each passing month.....a cash value on its own !!

If you can't get bank lending without this 12 month data set then it becomes very valuable (time is money)....if the data can be applied to further potential sites it , rather obviously, becomes even more valuable.

pavey ark
19/1/2024
17:20
https://x.com/coroenergy/status/1747906684226261492?s=52&t=7BldWq_6llew6gFnl5MCKw
man1
19/1/2024
16:27
Picture of the new mast on CORO Twitter.....I thought the 130m height was a misprint....it doesn't look like it was !!!
pavey ark
18/1/2024
17:57
I'm sure the 375 mil was entwined on his last interview re Capton of potential future revenue stream...
man1
18/1/2024
15:00
jason90. I don't remember that but the renewables business they are setting up has the ability to generate very substantial revenue streams.

This current Vietnamese programme is aimed at 50MW to 150 MW and their initial startup 3MW scheme generates $300k /year.
Not exactly comparing like with like as this initial project was entirely funded by Coro and the 150 MW will be funded by bank borrowing and possibly Captor but it gives an idea of the potential.

The large utility scale projects are 100 MW each and are expensive but it looks like the money is readily available.

Again it is difficult to get a clear view of things until Duyung is sorted....one way or another.

pavey ark
18/1/2024
12:41
Pavey, I remember seeing one of Michael Carrington's interviews last year stating that they are working towards building a renewables portfolio to generate £375 million revenue over a 25 year period.(£15 million/year revenue). Do you know much about this project, or does it relate to the current projects being discussed here?
jason90
18/1/2024
09:00
Amazed at zero trading so far today.Just like football managers are judged on instant results it seems shares well Coros anyway only advance with a today happening rather than strategic block building for the future.
10owen
18/1/2024
08:49
My take on this rather important announcement is that Coro have now secured an offer of funding for half the cost of the Mobile World deal and at the same time Capton are looking to buy into Coro's Vietnam solar business.

Obviously this offer of finance from a Vietnamese bank (after six months of negotiations and due diligence being carried out)does underscore the viability and value of the business.
50% of this deal is c.$15m so we have a bank willing to lend $15m albeit on staged payments .

Then at the same time we have Capton ....they've undoubtedly spent time and money and they are still here !!??

This deal can only make the Vietnam more important to Capton who as if by sheer chance are looking to invest in 50Mw of solar in Vietnam.....what are the odds !!?

The 3MW bit looks a little strange but that is the business as it stands. I am certain that an outfit the size of Capton is not interested in buying into a 3MW scheme on its own......this is just a way of buying into Coro Vietnam and after today Coro Vietnam has become more valuable.

pavey ark
18/1/2024
08:07
Am I seeing things or is that zero volume so far ?
njw2
18/1/2024
07:39
Good news guys.Gla.
10owen
18/1/2024
07:32
Wake up to good news guys.Gla.
10owen
18/1/2024
07:28
That's more like it very positive news imho.As always Gla.
10owen
17/1/2024
22:36
man1, no the mobile world deal and the Capton deal are not one and the same but look to be rather closely related.Capton come to CORO and say that they are interested in investing in Coro's Vietnam solar "The funding proposal received is for Capton to buy into Coro's current Vietnamese solar projects and provide investment into Coro's project pipeline of up to 50 megawatts" 3/8/23

Mobile World 10/10/23
"the potential to install 360MW of rooftop solar across all locations. The MoU grants Coro exclusivity on an initial 900 company sites (estimated at 50MW of rooftop solar capacity).
(Mobile World obviously think that Coro have the means to install solar on a large number of sites)

Vietnam renewables restructuring 24/11/23

Their Vietnam partner agrees to a reduction in their holding .....smaller share of a much bigger business?

Capton will have spent money on doing due diligence and as far as we know the deal is still "live" as is the mobile world deal.

The company haven't stated that the deals are related but I'm not sure Coro could go into a deal the size of the world Mobile deal without being confident they can get financial backing ....whither this backing comes from Capton is the question but things do seem to be lined up.

A few facts from company announcements and a bit of guesswork by myself !!!

pavey ark
17/1/2024
20:49
man1, It's a good question. I think Pavey is the best person to answer this.
jason90
17/1/2024
19:53
Is the mobile world deal and Capton not one in the same.The idea of a partner buying into the wind deal could see us on a real winner. Like being carried on a drilling campaign, benefiting from all the prior work .
man1
17/1/2024
17:44
Conrad is mentioned briefly near the middle of this recent article. (Link attached in thread).
jason90
17/1/2024
16:40
We need the gsa to be done as, I agree, that is holding Coro back. First accounts showing no debt and profits should waken the market up to, what should be, a cash cow.
barony
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