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Curzon Energy Plc LSE:CZN London Ordinary Share GB00BD97ND60 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.775 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.86 -0.90 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.775 GBX

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28/6/2022
09:20
Curzon Energy Daily Update: Curzon Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CZN. The last closing price for Curzon Energy was 0.78p.
Curzon Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 99,639,565 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Curzon Energy Plc is £772,206.63.
29/10/2021
08:11
adi27: Although... Poseidon Plastics Ltd.: Pre-Issuance Certification for £200m Climate Bond Launch- First of its kind Certification awarded by the Climate Bonds Standard Board- Initial proceeds to be deployed for construction of Teesside demonstrator facility- Further proceeds to be used for first integrated 75,000 tonne p.a. commercial facilityOctober 27, 2021 04:00 AM Eastern Daylight TimeREDCAR, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Poseidon Plastics Ltd. ("Poseidon" or the "Company")"We are delighted to have received pre-issuance certification and are looking forward to launching our first Green Bond in the coming months. We have enjoyed working closely with the CBI and share their vision of mobilising the global bond market for the promotion of a climate resilient economy."Tweet thisPoseidon is pleased to announce that it has been awarded pre-issuance certification for the Company's proposed Green Bonds (the "Bonds") under the global Climate Bonds Standard which is an overarching science-based, multi-sector standard overseen by the Climate Bonds Standards Board that allows investors and intermediaries to easily assess the climate credentials and environmental integrity of bonds and other green debt products. This Certification is a first for a European plastic recycling business and provides verification that Poseidon's Bonds will meet international best practice for climate integrity, management of proceeds, and transparency.The Bonds themselves, when launched, will help to meet the significant demand for environmentally and socially focused projects and assets, with the Climate Bonds Initiative's (CBI) Market Data estimating that green, social and sustainability ("GSS") bonds worth over $1.45tn have been issued since 2006, with $360bn issued this year alone. To date, over 389 companies have achieved Climate Bonds Certification including UBS, SNCF, Porsche, and Volkswagen.Poseidon intends to launch up to £200 million of Certified Climate Bonds, the proceeds of which will initially be used to fund the design and construction of a continuous demonstrator facility and Poseidon's first integrated 75,000 tonne per annum commercial erPET© facility in the Northeast of England. The first commercial facility will act as a blueprint for Poseidon's global expansion with multiple locations planned in the European Union and the United States to meet the Company's target of one million tonnes of recycled erPET© by 2027.Currently, around 80 million tonnes per annum of PET is produced globally and less than a quarter is recycled. This is where Poseidon hopes to make a significant environmental impact by using previously unrecyclable PET waste, currently destined for incineration and landfills, as feedstock. Successful implementation of Poseidon's proprietary enhanced recycling technology will deliver a circular economy for PET, which will no longer be considered as a 'single-use' plastic, but rather a valuable and fully recyclable feedstock.The Bond offering will complement the Company's intended reverse take-over ("RTO") of Curzon Energy, which is listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. By offering Green Bonds, as well as equity during the RTO process, the Company expects to have access to the external funding required to support a rapid global commercialisation of industrial volumes of erPET©.Lasse Wagene, CEO of Poseidon Plastics, commented:"We are delighted to have received pre-issuance certification and are looking forward to launching our first Green Bond in the coming months. We have enjoyed working closely with the CBI and share their vision of mobilising the global bond market for the promotion of a climate resilient economy.""As the eyes of the world turn towards Glasgow for COP26, demand for high-quality, sustainable debt instruments remains significant. It is only through the growing partnership of capital markets with innovative green businesses like Poseidon that the world's economies can meet their essential climate targets."About:Poseidon Enhanced Technologies Group Poseidon is an enhanced recycling company focussed on developing and commercialising its best-in-class PET waste recycling process. Poseidon breaks down waste PET in all forms, including textiles, carpets, films, and bottles, to its base building block, to create its proprietary feedstock, Poseidon rBHET©. The feedstock is then remanufactured into virgin-like erPET© for food-grade plastic packaging, bottles, and containers. In February 2021, Poseidon entered an RTO process with Curzon Energy, a company listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. The transaction is expected to complete in Q1 2022.About the Climate Bonds Initiative Climate Bonds Initiative is an investor-focused not-for-profit, promoting large-scale investment in the low carbon economy. Climate Bonds undertakes advocacy and outreach to inform and stimulate the market, provides policy models and government advice, market data and analysis, and administers an international Standard & Certification Scheme for best practice in green bonds issuance. For more information, please visit www.climatebonds.net.ContactsPoseidon Plastics Via Vigo Consulting Lasse Wagene, Chief Executive Officer John McGoldrick, Executive Chairman Vigo Consulting Chris McMahon / Charlie Neish poseidon@vigoconsulting.com +44 (0)20 7390 0226 POSEIDON PLASTICS LTD.
07/5/2021
09:50
helpfull: Word on the street is that CZN is going to start selling hair care products. I don't believe it myself but they seem to have no trouble getting extensions.
09/9/2020
22:55
helpfull: You'd think that Chinese billionaire would have jumped in at CZN. What's he hanging about for? All that money to be made cornering the critical metals market. Nobody has thunk of that before. Muggins is going to start thinking he is being milked for his pocket money if this goes on any longer. Expect an extension of the December 1st deadline. Unless the milk runs out. Be careful.
18/8/2020
14:45
amrishbhim: This share is in the main market, I don't think speeding RNS apply
18/8/2020
10:40
newtoaim: Buy price dropping means sells are lined up
04/8/2020
12:26
helpfull: Worked it out yet? Sale of corporate debt by YA Global Investments to C4 Energy. One of the two directors of C4 Energy is James Parsons. Parsons is executive chairman of RGM where a certain Scott Kaintz is CEO. RGM owned 7% of the CZN shares which it sold when the shares of CZN spiked. Parsons sold shares in CZN and holds onto the debt. Did he not read that the billionaire was going to make all CZN shareholders rich? There was a £125,000 loan note(at 10%) for one year highlighted in the LOI. That allowed the froth to build and the RGM shares to be sold. Nice. Then the coup de grace. The £166,000 cash raise. That will keep the home fires burning. Warm the toes of Scott Kaintz. And will allow the payment of interest owed to the holder of the corporate debt. Luckily that is the friend of Scott. Parsons. $32,000 accrued by February 2020 and more to come. C4 Energy had £2 cash in its account at end of September 2019. The amount it paid for the corporate debt of CZN was unstated. But if it used all of its £2 that $32,000 would be a nice earner. And what about the RTO? Well the billionaire won't give his money away. Look at the critical metals. No market. Mug punters will be allowed to buy as many shares in CZN as they like. Heaven help them when the RTO falls through and they need to sell. Can you see what it is yet?
08/7/2020
08:24
helpfull: What comes next? Might be as well to look at a similar example. Where better to start than Nuog. Nuog is a shell company where C4 Energy bought the debt and placed its minions into BOD positions. A RTO was promised, never materialised, and the shares were suspended whilst the RTO was progressed. Today the RTO shareholders are told has fallen through.Might this be the future for CZN? Similar to CZN, the BOD was not why in raising cash, two before suspension.Understandable because these C4 Energy titans need to pay themselves.Luckily, at the moment, CZN shareholders can sell their shares. CZN is not suspended. Yet.
16/5/2020
21:17
texaschaser: legally required AIM rule 26 notice on website but not there. pumped dumped by action of share price. FCA should be notified as more suspicious than a
12/5/2020
22:24
profit7: potential is huge, as EU and USA have listed number of metals as Critical for the new economy and technology. Just the fees from critical metals trades would be worth billions of dollars, and even a small percentage of fees should bring CZN and its partner millions on revenue. Mcap is only £700k vs potential income through critical metals trades.
06/5/2020
11:11
kemche: The CLN which were to finance this, which cannot be repaid, was for this. Apparently. Supposedly. Or so I am led to believe. Allegedly. Maybe. 4 July 2019 Curzon Energy Plc ("Curzon" or the "Company") Loan Facility Curzon Energy plc (LON:CZN) the London Stock Exchange listed oil and gas development company, pursuing a targeted strategy of upstream North American natural gas appraisal and development assets, announces that it has agreed to issue secured loan notes of up to £200,000 ("Loan Notes") to high net worth investors. The Loan Notes yield 13% per annum, are due for repayment on 1 October 2019, carry a 5% redemption fee and are secured on the Company's interest in the Coos Bay coal bed methane project. Further, the Company will issue to these investors warrants over 1,000,000 shares in the capital of the Company, exercisable at a price of £0.02, for a period of 18 months. The proceeds of the Loan Notes will be applied to working capital and to finalizing negotiations and documentation associated with Pared Energy, LLC ("Pared Energy") and the Texas Gas Project, as previously announced on 29 March 2019, 20 December 2018 and 21 November 2018. Scott Kaintz, Chief Executive Officer, comments: "This facility assists the Company in bringing to fruition several months of work in laying the foundations for participation in the Texas Gas Project with Pared Energy. We look forward to making further announcements on these matters in due course."
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