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02/12/2020
08:20
Edenville Energy Daily Update: Edenville Energy Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EDL. The last closing price for Edenville Energy was 0.03p.
Edenville Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.02p and a 12 week average price of 0.02p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.07p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 8,145,575,095 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 69,694,311 shares. The market capitalisation of Edenville Energy Plc is £2,647,311.91.
27/11/2020
10:39
whoppy: Need EDL coal power for this project. Https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/tea/news/east-africa/tanzania-zambia-electricity-project-team-gets-down-to-work-3209960?view=htmlamp&__twitter_impression=true
25/11/2020
12:52
therealtonythetiger: Not sure mate the price was dropped 15% but the spread was 20%. It couldve been a drop to fill a big buy or MMs just fishing for some end of month action. If there are big enough orders in at a lower price the MMs could drop it to fill em. aimho
30/10/2020
08:51
therealtonythetiger: Edenville Energy plc (AIM: EDL), the company developing a coal project in southwest Tanzania, announces the Company's unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2020. The reporting period has been characterised by: - A complete restructuring of the operation of the Rukwa Project ("Rukwa") and finalisation of two agreements with the Company's new strategic partner, Infrastructure and Logistics Tanzania Ltd ("ILTL"). A third agreement was signed in August 2020; - The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Rukwa and Tanzania as a whole; - Two fundraisings in January and June to raise in aggregate £1.2 million (before expenses) via the issue of new equity, predominantly to existing shareholders; - Adverse weather events that impacted production until April 2020; and - The appointment of Nick von Schirnding to the Board to coincide with the departure of Rufus Short. Post Period End Developments - Recommencement of mining operations at Rukwa in early August 2020; - Ongoing discussions with Lind Partners LLC regarding the status of the Funding Agreement; and - Proposed hand over of day to day operations to ILTL under the conditions of the Coal Mining Agreement expected during November 2020. Jeff Malaihollo, Chairman of Edenville, commented : "2020 has been dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic throughout the world. During the second quarter, a Tanzania-wide lockdown forced the Company to suspend operations at Rukwa. However, the third quarter saw a recommencement of mining, processing and sales of coal from Rukwa and also the completion of three related agreements with our strategic partner ILTL, designed to address mining, sales and the Company's capital position. These three agreements form a new business model which we expect to improve the fortunes of the Company by freeing up the capital need for operations. In June 2020, the Board also welcome the appointment of Nick von Schirnding as an Independent Non-Executive Director who replaced Rufus Short. Nick has 25 years of experience in coal mining and natural resources including strategic development, M&A, driving operational change. Looking ahead, we believe the three agreements with ILT, the new business model, the renegotiation of the Company's debts and the Board changes have put the Company in a stronger position to achieve its goals."
06/10/2020
15:47
therealtonythetiger: Late RNS https://www.investegate.co.uk/edenville-energy-plc--edl-/rns/corporate-update/202010061639442871B/ Edenville Energy PLC Corporate Update RNS Number : 2871B Edenville Energy PLC 06 October 2020 6 October 2020 EDENVILLE ENERGY PLC ("Edenville" or the "Company") Corporate Update Edenville Energy Plc (AIM: EDL), the AIM quoted company operating the Rukwa Coal Project in southwest Tanzania ("Rukwa") is pleased to provide an operational and corporate update. Current Operational Situation The Rukwa mine has been operating since operations recommenced on 3 August 2020 and continues to fulfil its pre-purchase orders. The Company successfully restructured its staffing requirements during the summer and can confirm that employee numbers on site have been reduced by circa 50%. No major production issues have been experienced. Transition to Coal Mining Agreement As previously announced, the commencement date for the Company's strategic partner Infrastructure and Logistics Tanzania Ltd ("ILTL") to take over Rukwa operations pursuant to the Coal Mining Agreement ("CMA") was 1 September 2020 (the "Commencement Date"). The CMA contains a provision for a mobilisation period of up to 60 days from the Commencement Date to ensure both ILTL's equipment and personnel are at site. Both Edenville and ILTL have been working towards an earlier hand over date and had expected the transition to have taken place during September 2020. However, given administrative issues relating to work permits between the Tanzanian Government and ILTL, principally as a result of a backlog caused by Covid-19, the transition is now expected to take place during October, ahead of the 1 November 2020 deadline. ILTL and EDL have continued to work closely since the last update, finalising the procedural aspects of the transition and identifying how to optimise operational efficiencies to increase production at Rukwa. ILTL has also been undertaking marketing and sales activities for Rukwa coal, as foreshadowed in the Sales and Marketing Agreement, with a number of positive developments with respect to additional contracts. These are expected to be formalised and announced following the transition. Funding Agreement with Lind Partners LLC The Company also provides an update regarding its outstanding funding agreement with Lind Partners LLC ("Lind"), that was first announced on 6 November 2018 and further detailed in the Company's announcements of 29 April 2019, 23 January 2020 and 7 April 2020 (the "Funding Agreement"). Following the recent conclusion of the deferral period and given the brief period of COVID-related mine suspension and subsequent ongoing production ramp up , Edenville notified Lind that it wished to make the July, August and September 2020 repayments in shares, as is its right under the Funding Agreement. However, to date, Lind has not taken delivery of the shares, so no additional monthly payments have been made. These three-monthly payments represent approximately US$150,000 of the total outstanding balance of the Funding Agreement, which is currently US$580,000. Lind has subsequently requested that Edenville repay the total outstanding balance of the Funding Agreement by 30 November 2020. The Company does not accept the proposed date of repayment as under the terms of the Funding Agreement the loan expires in June 2021. The Company is holding further discussions with Lind in order to agree a way forward. A further announcement regarding the status of the Funding Agreement will be made as soon as practicable. Annual General Meeting The Company will shortly announce details of its AGM, which will be structured in accordance with the UK Covid-19 guidelines. Commenting, CEO of Edenville Alistair Muir, said: "The Company has made good progress at Rukwa since the last update, with production and sales continuing. Both Edenville and ILTL are preparing for the transition to take place at the earliest possible opportunity. To date administrative delays have hampered the relocation of ILTL staff into Tanzania, although we have been advised these issues will be resolved by mid-October, enabling the transition under the terms of the CMA to take place before 1 November 2020". "The transition will see us entering an exciting new phase for Rukwa and we look forward to a fruitful relationship with ILTL." This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 596/2014.
26/8/2020
10:56
amrishbhim: Coal prices are low than before like most commodities in the world but if you look at today average index price into dollars and understand the four type of coals that are used I've done the basic calculations.Turnover for this agreement is around $4 million dollars a year as to a small margin of error and price sold would work out at around $300-600 thousand gross profitIf you look at the higher end than the turnover could be seven million and gross profit margin around two and half million, One good reason here is, that east Africa as in general could buy EDL coal and in 24 months the numbers be very big for a company of this size. Break even should be the first task and I feel it be end 12 months, I'm expecting this as a 2p share price but short term will hit 0.5 if the company updates us regular or double.
26/8/2020
06:33
therealtonythetiger: NICE............. 26 August 2020 EDENVILLE ENERGY PLC ("Edenville" or the "Company") Sales and Marketing Agreement entered into with Strategic Partner Anchor Tenancy of up to 5,000 tonnes per month confirmed Edenville Energy Plc (AIM: EDL), the AIM quoted company operating the Rukwa Coal Project in southwest Tanzania (the "Project" or "Rukwa"), is pleased to announce that the Company's subsidiary Edenville International (Tanzania) Limited ("EITL") has entered into a Sales and Marketing Agreement with MarTek Global FZ-LLC ("MarTek"). MarTek is a Dubai-based sister company to Infrastructure and Logistics Tanzania Limited ("ILTL"), with both having the same principal shareholder. The Sales and Marketing Agreement follows on from the recently announced Coal Mining Agreement ("CMA") with ILTL, which provided for a fixed rate mining and processing contract at Rukwa and which is scheduled to take effect from 1 September 2020. The CMA has a contract term of four years and will be automatically renewed for further period of four years unless terminated by either party (for further details please see RNS of 8 June 2020). The CMA was complimented by a recent US$1m Loan Agreement with ILTL, which further aligned the respective interests of both parties. The Sales and Marketing Agreement is the final piece in the previously announced strategic partnership. Sales and Marketing Agreement Highlights Sales and Marketing Agreement comes into immediate effect and remains in place for a minimum of four years. MarTek to provide an anchor tenancy at Rukwa, of 3,000 tonnes per month of washed coal, increasing to 5,000 tonnes per month over the first 12 months. MarTek's purchase price for Rukwa coal, is the highest EITL has achieved to date and should provide the Company with a healthy margin on tonnes sold. EITL and MarTek will share marketing and sales responsibilities in Tanzania for any sales above the anchor tenancy. MarTek will have exclusive rights to market Rukwa coal internationally at the pre-agreed sales price, with any transport costs to be added to the sales price. MarTek expects to leverage its logistics capabilities to supply these new markets. EITL, MarTek and ILTL have agreed to focus on maximising production from Rukwa with a target of increasing capacity in the near term to circa 12,500 tonnes per month. Initial marketing efforts from both MarTek and EITL suggests sufficient demand for Rukwa coal exists to utilise any additional supply. Status of Operations at Rukwa The anticipated despatches of coal have now commenced following the recent arrival of the first trucks at Rukwa. Commenting, CEO of Edenville Alistair Muir, said: "I am delighted to confirm this third and final contract is now in place and brings to conclusion the restructuring of our Tanzanian operations. We believe these agreements will collectively address the previous challenges, particularly in mining, processing and sales, that Edenville has experienced in recent years. Feedback from ILTL and MarTek has been encouraging with respect to the appetite for Rukwa coal and all parties are now focused on adding to the order book, which has been underpinned by the anchor tenancy and MarTek's purchase price. Whilst concluding all three agreements has taken longer than envisaged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to have now reached this point. Mining and processing is underway again at Rukwa and I look forward to providing our shareholders with further updates in due course.
20/8/2020
17:15
zxie: 75m buys today are in red. Edl controls the share price. Hope more news in.
10/8/2020
06:59
nasarsaddique: RNS Number : 5705VEdenville Energy PLC10 August 2020 10 August 2020 EDENVILLE ENERGY PLC("Edenville" or the "Company") Exercise of Warrants  Edenville Energy Plc (AIM: EDL) announces that it has received notices of exercise from a number of existing shareholders in respect of certain pre-existing warrants to subscribe for, in aggregate, 83,333,333 new ordinary shares of 0.02 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 0.06 pence per share.Application will be made to the London Stock Exchange plc for the admission of the 83,333,333 new Ordinary Shares to trading on AIM ("Admission"). Admission is expected to become effective at 8.00 a.m. on 14 August 2020.Alistair Muir, CEO of Edenville commented:'The exercise of these warrants, at a 33% premium to the most recent mid-market closing price, clearly highlight the belief some of our larger shareholders have in Edenville's ultimate potential, particularly following the recently announced restart of operations at the Company's flagship Rukwa Coal Project in Tanzania. This aggregate cash subscription of £50,000 will be used for general working capital purposes.'Total Voting RightsOn Admission, the Company will have 8,145,575,095 Ordinary Shares in issue. The Company holds no shares in treasury. Accordingly, the figure of 8,145,575,095 can be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company, under the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency.  This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 596/2014.  For further information please contact: Edenville Energy PlcJeff Malaihollo - ChairmanAlistair Muir - CEO
10/6/2020
09:57
burtond1: Is this a new dawn for @EdenvilleEnergy ? " The Edenville share price has already begun to move this week. With the physical and financial conditions in place it may be time to take advantage of the #EDL share price currently no more than 0.05p..."https://total-market-solutions.com/2020/06/10/edenville-energy/
23/1/2020
08:50
therealtonythetiger: RNS Number : 6588A Edenville Energy PLC 23 January 2020 23 January 2020 EDENVILLE ENERGY PLC ("Edenville" or the "Company") £0.7m Placing with Existing Stakeholders Corporate Update Tender to Rwandan Power Station Proposed Changes to the Board Edenville Energy Plc (AIM: EDL), the AIM quoted company developing the Rukwa coal project in southwest Tanzania, is pleased to announce that the Company has now completed its previously outlined fundraising initiative, thereby securing the necessary working capital to meet the current contracted production demands of up to 12,000 tonnes of washed coal per month from the Company's flagship Rukwa Coal Project ("Rukwa" or the "Project"). Placing and Proposed Loan The Company has raised £700,000 (before expenses) by way of a placing of 1,750,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.02p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a placing price of 0.04p per Ordinary Share (the "Placing Shares") (the "Placing Price") with existing stakeholders through Brandon Hill Capital Limited ("Brandon Hill") (the "Placing"). In addition, subscribers in the Placing will be issued with one warrant for every two Placing Shares subscribed for (the "Warrants"). The Warrants have a 2-year life and will expire on 23 January 2022 and have an exercise price of 0.06p per Ordinary Share. The issue and allotment of the Placing Shares will utilise the majority of the Company's existing share authorities. As such, the Company will shortly be calling a General Meeting in order to seek renewal of share authorities in order to enable any Warrant holder to exercise their Warrants. Specific details of the General Meeting will be announced in due course. On 29 November 2019 the Company announced it had entered into an agreement with a private lender, Brian McMaster, regarding a non-convertible £100,000 loan (the "November 2019 Loan"). The November 2019 Loan carries a fixed coupon rate of 20% per annum and must be repaid on or before 25 February 2020. Brian McMaster has agreed to subscribe for 750,000,000 Placing Shares, representing a cash subscription of £300,000 as part of the Placing on the assumption that the Company will repay the £120,000 that he is owed pursuant to the terms of the November 2019 Loan on or before 25 February 2020. To ensure sufficient access to working capital if required, the Company has been advised by Brian McMaster that, in addition to his direct equity of subscription for £300K, he would be willing to provide a loan of £300K to the Company (the "Proposed Loan"). The Proposed Loan is subject to the completion of formal documentation and the consent of Lind Partners LLC. The terms of the Proposed Loan are as expected to be as follows: · Funds under the Proposed Loan are callable at Edenville's request. · There would be no warrants or arrangement fees attached to the Proposed Loan or penalties ascribed in the event no drawdown is required by the Company. · Any funds drawn under the Proposed Loan will incur interest at a rate of 12% per annum, which is repayable in full, along with any drawn principal, upon the one year anniversary of the initial drawdown. A further announcement will be made in due course. Background to Capital Raise During 2019, Edenville funded and undertook several operational initiatives at Rukwa designed to expand production capacity and improve the Project's economic potential. These included significant upgrades to the wash plant and the opening up of the Northern Area for mining (the "Northern Area"), which has subsequently proven to have both a better quality of coal from previously mined areas and also better recoveries. Despite these improvements the lack of working capital has prevented the Project from operating effectively and has materially impacted production, with only a de minimis level of washed coal being produced between 30 November 2019 and 22 January 2020. A sustained marketing initiative took place in Q4 2019, following the appointment of Alistair Muir as the Company's new CEO, coupled with in pit and stockpile sampling highlighting the improved quality of Rukwa coal from the Northern Area. This was well received by existing and potential customers, culminating in the Company entering into two new long-term contracts, as announced on 11 December 2019, to supply a combined 9,000 tonnes of washed coal per month to industrial customers in Rwanda and Uganda, complimenting the Company's existing coal supply contracts. With the proceeds of the Placing and the additional support of Brian McMaster's Proposed Loan, the Directors believe Edenville is now able to address the shortfall in working capital and that the Company is in a position to begin supplying these coal contracts. In structuring the fundraising, the Company has sought to minimise dilution by including a standby debt component, which will only be utilised if required to bridge any additional working capital requirements as the Project ramps up its production to satisfy the current contracted demand for Rukwa washed coal, which is outlined below. Current Coal Contacts As announced on 11 December 2019, Edenville entered into a contract to supply up to 6,000 tonnes of washed coal per month with Tara Group Ltd and a separate contract for up to 3,000 tonnes of washed coal per month with Springwood Capital Ltd. These contracts compliment a standing order for 500 tonnes per month from a Tanzanian industrial user in Arusha and an up to 2,500 tonnes per month order from a cement manufacturer located near Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. In addition, the Company has received enquiries from a potential customer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for the supply of washed coal to a cement works on Lake Tanganyika. The Company is also engaged in discussions with several other potential purchasers of Rukwa coal and although no assurances can be given that long-term contracts will materialise, the Directors are confident that once additional stockpiles are at site, new supply contracts should be forthcoming. Funding Agreement with Lind As previously announced, it is the current intention of the Company to repay its outstanding funding agreement (the "Funding Agreement") with Lind Partners LLC ("Lind"), that was first announced on 6 November 2018 and further detailed in the Company's announcement of 29 April 2019, in cash. Since the repayment holiday ended in August 2019 all cash payments under the repayment schedule have been made to Lind to date. Consequently, a balance of US$737,437.48 now remains outstanding under the Funding Agreement, repayable on a monthly basis at an amount of US$50,637.38 per month. Rwandan Power Station Tender The Company is pleased to advise that its subsidiary Edenville International (Tanzania) Limited recently lodged a tender for the supply of 12,000 tonnes of washed coal to a Rwandan power station. The Company believes it is geographically well placed to provide coal at a competitive price compared to other potential suppliers and is awaiting the outcome of this tender. Further announcements regarding this tender will be made as appropriate. Proposed Board Changes The Company announces that Rufus Short has indicated his desire to step down from his current role as Non-Executive Director before 31 March 2020. The Company would like to thank Rufus for his service to the Company during exceedingly difficult times in global markets, particularly for junior mining companies. The Company intends to appoint a new Non-Executive Director to coincide with Mr Short stepping down as a Director and will make a further announcement in due course. Edenville CEO, Alistair Muir, commented: "Firstly, I would like to thank all our existing shareholders for their patience and support. Whilst I have only been involved with the Company for a comparatively short space of time, I am encouraged by what I have seen at site and during the various discussions with potential customers. There is a clear demand for Rukwa coal and my energies are focused on translating this interest into sales and cashflow for Edenville. "Following the work undertaken at site last year, the coal seams have been opened up in the Northern Area and the wash plant has been upgraded to improve efficiencies. Now that the working capital issues have been addressed, I believe Edenville is well placed to be cash flow positive this year, as we start to deliver on our contracted orders. To ensure this happens I will be spending much of the next few months in Tanzania to both monitor the ramp up of the Project, whilst overseeing the proposed consolidation and expansion of our customer base. "Moreover, we are also looking at development scenarios that will enable us to further increase production beyond the current capacity of the wash plant, which we estimate is in the order of 12,500 tonnes per month (assuming a plant availability of 66%), in the event some of the targeted additional contracts come to fruition." Admission to AIM Application will be made for the admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM ("Admission"). Admission is expected to occur at 8am on or around 29 January 2020. The Placing Shares will rank pari passu with the existing Ordinary Shares. Significant Shareholder Participation Brandon Hill and its executives, namely Neal Griffith and Oliver Stansfield (collectively the "Brandon Hill Group"), who currently hold 1,201,000,500 Ordinary Shares representing 23.7% of the Company's issued share capital, have agreed to subscribe for, in aggregate, 225,000,000 Placing Shares representing a cash subscription of £90,000. Upon Admission of the Placing Shares, the Brandon Hill Group's revised holding of 1,426,000,500 Ordinary Shares will represent 20.9% of the Company's enlarged share capital. Pitchcroft Capital Limited and its executives, namely Alexander Fullard, William Orgee and David Thomas (collectively the "Pitchcroft Group"), who currently hold 1,053,959,224 Ordinary Shares representing 20.8% of the Company's issued share capital, have agreed to subscribe for, in aggregate, 150,000,00 Placing Shares representing a cash subscription of £60,000. Upon Admission of the Placing Shares, the Pitchcroft Group's revised holding of 1,203,959,224 Ordinary Shares will represent 17.7% of the Company's enlarged share capital. Brian McMaster, the provider of the November 2019 Loan and the Proposed Loan, has also agreed to subscribe for 750,000,000 Placing Shares, representing a cash subscription of £300,000. Upon Admission of the Placing Shares Brian McMaster's holding of 750,000,000 Ordinary Shares will represent 11.0% of the Company's enlarged share capital. John Story, who currently has a beneficial interest in 250,000,000 Ordinary Shares has agreed to subscribe for 625,000,000 Placing Shares, representing a cash subscription of £250,000. Upon Admission of the Placing Shares, John Story's holding of 875,000,000 Ordinary Shares will represent 12.8% of the Company's enlarged share capital. Related Party Transaction Both the Brandon Hill Group and the Pitchcroft Group are existing substantial shareholders of the Company (the "Related Parties"). Accordingly, the participation of the Related Parties in the Placing constitutes a related party transaction pursuant to Rule 13 of the AIM Rules for Companies. The Directors, having consulted with the Company's nominated adviser, consider that the terms of the Related Parties' participation in the Placing are fair and reasonable insofar as Edenville's shareholders are concerned. Total Voting Rights Following Admission, the Company will have 6,812,241,762 Ordinary Shares in issue, each share carrying the right to one vote. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in treasury. The above figure of 6,812,241,762 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
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