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GTC Getech Group Plc

9.375
-0.25 (-2.60%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Getech Group Plc GTC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.25 -2.60% 9.375 09:48:04
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
9.625 9.125 9.625 9.375 9.625
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Industry Sector
OIL EQUIPMENT SERVICES & DISTRIBUTION

Getech GTC Dividends History

No dividends issued between 26 May 2014 and 26 May 2024

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Posted at 14/5/2024 13:56 by 32campomar
Sorry link here https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/market-news/recommended-cash-acquisition/16469319Based on that valuation of ARR, GTC would be valued at approx 45 million or 70p a share !
Posted at 14/5/2024 13:53 by 32campomar
Really interesting development today highlighted on twitter by our CEO below Sad to see IQGeo leave #AIM, but awesome to see a valuation multiple of 14.9x ARR for a company similar to #GTC. @GETECHplc has an ARR of £2.9m and is driving value from applying AI to it's geoscience data and geospatial skills ?londonstockexchange.com/news-article/m...
Posted at 29/4/2024 18:21 by book5
There is a likely paradigm shift in the viability of CO2 capture projects using solid oxide power cells.
Demand for GTC services in the UK
should increase
Posted at 29/4/2024 15:21 by book5
Hopefully, Gtc will benefit from this fund.
Posted at 23/4/2024 07:32 by rivaldo
Excellent news, particularly being the first use of Globe to locate porphyry copper.

Hopefully this will lead to further contracts from the rest of the six participants in the BHP Xplor 2024 accelerator programme - GTC have already obtained work from Asian Battery Minerals, who are another participant.
Posted at 07/2/2024 11:23 by rivaldo
Interesting post from GTC's LinkedIn a few days ago:



"Lamborghini detailed the extension of its decarbonisation strategy on Tuesday, making the electrification of its lineup the most significant investment in the history of the company.

We are using our Globe earth model to identify sedimentary lithium deposits, crucial for the burgeoning electromobility sector. Discover how our cutting-edge methodology is shaping the future of sustainable lithium mining:

hashtag#GTC hashtag#Lithium hashtag#CriticalMinerals hashtag#BatteryMetals hashtag#Geoscience hashtag#Exploration hashtag#EnergyT"
Posted at 19/12/2023 21:39 by yump
Book5

Are you incapable of understanding that GTC don’t have to have a patent in order to have IP which has value ?

A patent is a form of IP.
IP does not necessarily mean a patent.

This is O-level maths. Sets, subsets, intersecting circles representing them to show which ones overlap, which ones are separate, which ones are inside another one. The pictorial representations so that youngsters understand.

I’ll try again: GTC can have something to offer (IP) that is not a patent.

It seems GTC are very unlikely to have something patentable - as I already explained. But they may well have IP.

You think they have nothing because they would have patented it.

No they wouldn’t, if it wasn’t a patentable invention. But that doesn’t mean they have nothing, which is what you claim.

Are you posting just to waste my tine or do you enjoy looking daft ?

Patents are a subset of IP. Not having a patent doesn’t mean they lack IP.

You may believe they have nothing, but not patenting anything is not evidence that they have nothing.

If you think it is evidence that they have nothing, then you are simply wrong in that assumption. It is an illogical conclusion resulting from an error in your thinking.
Posted at 17/12/2023 20:52 by book5
Yump
U said to me
“You’ve made an assumption that GTC have nothing special to offer.”
Then you said:
“The chances of GTC patenting anything is imo zero.”

My point was that GTc has nothing special to offer because it does not have a patent
It seems you agree with me.

You contradict yourself. It would help if you were honest with yourself. You should explain what GTC has to offer that is “special.̶1;

U divert the discussion by making personal attacks

I said before this would go to 5p, and I was right
This will reach to 3.5p during 2024
Posted at 15/12/2023 14:27 by yump
Book5

You’ve got a GTC price list then ?

Don’t know what your motive is but you seem to be making things up with no evidence.

GTC’s original business was doing fine until O&G exploration tanked. Nothing to do with pricing. Nothing to do with local preference. Nothing known about whether GTC are losing out to competitors.

Even if it was the latter, for a business as small as GTC’s, the market is big enough to get a decent share.

You’ve made an assumption that GTC have nothing special to offer. That isn’t borne out by their previous O&G success or the current order book.

Fair enough if you just don’t believe any of it.
Posted at 17/10/2023 17:46 by yump
Sigh! Again, please explain to us all, what would have happened with H2Green, that hasn't happened because of government. As I said, Inverness has millions from the Scottish gov, so what is the problem there ?

I don't recall any announcements from GTC. What were they hoping to achieve ? We just don't know, because it was all just paper plans with nothing specific on exactly how GTC were going to develop asset value. Apart from mentioning 'asset' a lot on the part of Copus.

What were GTC expecting to happen, that has been thwarted by the government ?
I'm interested in facts, I don't give a toss who is in power.

Where does GTC detail the plans and explain how government has messed them up ?

I think GTC may have suffered from unlucky timing, in that the rise in interest rates has made debt and raising money very difficult and/or expensive. (blame Truss if you like, even though they were rising before her October idiocy and continued afterwards).

(Anyone who thinks interest rates would have been nice and friendly without Truss, is living in cloud cuckoo land. Other much bigger things have been happening, haven't they ?)

So any plans to invest in the (virtual ?) H2Green projects, in order to get asset value at some point when the projects developed, will have been scuppered.

I think the comment in the RNS is a complete giveaway and an admission of a mistaken adventure on GTC's part.

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