Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Equat Palm Oil LSE:PAL London Ordinary Share GB00B2QBNL29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.00p 2.75p 3.25p 3.00p 3.00p 3.00p 0 06:31:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 0.1 -2.2 -0.6 - 10.69

Equat Palm Oil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2017
14:23
Having regard to the ever present problems that face EPO,I have decided to exit from my holding in PAL. Good luck though to the Company and to remaining investors.
mudbath
30/10/2017
08:53
Whilst I am pleased that it resonated with you Dave,we do try to stay on message here,as opposed to your IBS thread.
mudbath
22/10/2017
11:05
This, dear readers, is what your intelligent thread host - mudbath - posted on my LEG thread earlier this morning. Obviously, he is missing out as he has no LEG shares, so rather than post something constructive he resorts to personal attacks and this. It's you that's the mug mudbath. https://www.findmeagift.co.uk/site_media/images/products/p_main/teg001-c-unt-mug-lifestyle.jpg
professor pettigrew
12/10/2017
22:44
Hard to see why KLK would bother buying out the minorities. They control the jv and put up all the debt for its operations. They are probably going to take the crude at a cheap price anyway so why bother parting with cash to get rid of them? As the debt holder they could just default the jv and take the asset. You might also wonder if the jv/EPO structure is related to paying off the local "partners" that must be lurking some where.
troublingtimes
12/10/2017
17:52
I think that EPO exists only to fulfil an exploratory role as a stalking horse for KLK.On this basis LEG would lose its independence just as soon as it could demonstrate the potential for surmounting all local problems from politics through to disease. The man to ask is Lee Guo Zhang !
mudbath
12/10/2017
14:03
I think if you look at Mirabaud's number you will find some problems. For example, Mirabaud's report suggests plantings produce in year 3. It is true you get a few bunches but your hectare is not break even until year 4 and only profitable in year 5. You replant at maybe year 20. They take a theoretical npv per hectare value and multiple it by all the possible hectares that can be planted. Somehow they forget that you are not even half planted until 10 years from now so we need to discount that again. If you do that, you probably wipe out more than half the business valuation - and after debt you are left below the current share price (not counting the above factors). On top of all this, the actual asset is held in a jv. Will any money pass up from the JV to the listed company and then out as dividends? With all this, maybe 1p-2p per share might be fair ... but will you actually get any money out of the company?
troublingtimes
12/10/2017
14:00
EPO just got another chunk of cheap loan money from their major owner. You have to wonder what side deals there are? What sort of discount price KLK has on the crude that will be produced? Presumably KLK are supplying the equipment for the mill - any price padding I wonder? So with all that will any money come up from the JV to the shareholders? Come to think of it, how do the numbers for the mill stack up ? Even if you believe EPO's inflated production forecasts there is not enough production to keep it busy. And they have not shown they can plant much more than 2000 ha a year so that won't change any time soon.
troublingtimes
04/7/2017
11:53
hTTps://www.trustnet.com/Fundswire/News/palladium-will-a-liquidity-squeeze-create-price-volatility/744091/?fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Trustnet%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Forensic-News&utm_campaign=Fundswire%20Alert
davebowler
13/5/2017
20:08
No mention for PAL, but an interesting insight into the problems two other companies.. Sime Darby and Golden Veroleum have had developing palm oil concessions in Liberia... hTTps://news.mongabay.com/2017/05/in-liberia-a-battered-palm-oil-industry-adjusts-to-new-rules/
shrout
10/5/2017
20:44
great 20 liter sold lol
jovi1
30/3/2017
10:51
The Bank of England is to consider using palm oil in the production of the new £20 note, following criticism of the use of animal fats in the plastic £5. (BBC News)
mudbath
17/3/2017
15:59
Http://www.epoil.co.uk/uploads/epo-sustainability-report-2016.pdf
mudbath
22/2/2017
10:04
Nice chart though jovi1. Those who invested over recent months should be comfortable with their holdings. Although upward movements in the PAL share price tend to be erratic,we do keep seeing good occasional buying.
mudbath
21/2/2017
10:57
Not the most exiting one I think On RNS 2 trade transactions Still
jovi1
24/1/2017
10:22
Already happily in profit with this one Muddy :-) As you say a move into the 4p range would confirm the upward momentum of the share price Not taking anything for granted though... Best of luck with AEG. I'm in a similar area with Velocys.. VLS.. which has done very nicely so far this New Year.
shrout
24/1/2017
09:34
Positive momentum is continuing to build here shrout. When the share price moves into the mid 4 pence range at least you can feel secure with an initial tranche of worthwhile (paper) profitability.
mudbath
19/1/2017
22:38
Thanks for your input shrout. Although the link might be tenuous,Palm Oil does have a direct link to my latest investment,AEG, for the Active Energy Group intend to utilise the tens of millions of tonnes of waste pulp generated by the palm oil extraction mills to convert this bi product into their unique biomass pellets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTAx7MWLito
mudbath
16/1/2017
16:42
More on the ongoing Nutella safety discussion.. hTTps://news.mongabay.com/2017/01/nutella-manufacturer-palm-oil-in-product-is-safe-despite-cancer-concerns/
shrout
14/1/2017
10:07
Adverse press comment over recent days might well serve to temporarily affect the PAL share price,possibly significantly so.The "scare stories" contain nothing new however;they have just been deemed newsworthy,with Nutella, possibly unfairly,singled out for special attention. Palm oil is the most consumed vegetable oil on the planet, appearing in just under half of all packaged products found in supermarkets. It is the most efficient source of vegetable oil and its use is expanding rapidly – which is a threat to habitats in tropical rainforests, where it grows. The fears that palm oil cause cancer are due to compounds called glycidyl fatty acide esters (GE), that are produced when palm oil is heated above 200 degrees celsius. The oil is heated above this temperature during the processing of many foods, but Nutella has received the bulk of negative press. Demand for palm oil is skyrocketing worldwide. The recent spike in use by the US snack food industry is due in large part to Palm Oil being used as a replacement for controversial trans fats.One might draw the conclusion that the strong upward trend in consumption will continue . Possibly any significant short term weakness in the share price will present an opportunity.
mudbath
13/1/2017
12:03
IKA Interesting.
mudbath
12/1/2017
12:28
Nice informative thread Muddy.. I wish I'd found it earlier. My entry price is double yours so maybe I'll hang on for the 14p :-).. assuming everything goes to plan that is, and we eventually get to the Mirabaud target. PAL is one of 14 stocks I bought in the new year.. nearly all of them for the potential shown in the chart, but also helped by reading useful threads such as this. I'm revamping my portfolio after a couple of fairly disastrous years when I abandoned my basic principles .. ie listening to too much bb and other hype, holding on to stocks when the chart says sell etc etc. New year new beginning for me. (still holding BYOT btw, for my sins :-!) atb
shrout
11/1/2017
16:26
Thanks shrout for your post which is the first since I opened the thread last May. My target is 14 pence,in line with earlier valuations,although I will probably exit at 6.5 pence which will be a nice uplift from my 1.25 entry point.
mudbath
09/1/2017
21:55
Looks like KLK showing interest again.Very leaky.
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