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GTC Getech Group Plc

9.875
-0.375 (-3.66%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getech Group Plc LSE:GTC London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZVP95 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375 -3.66% 9.875 9.75 10.00 10.50 9.875 10.25 411,147 14:00:19
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 5.07M -2.83M -0.0419 -2.36 6.66M
Getech Group Plc is listed in the Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GTC. The last closing price for Getech was 10.25p. Over the last year, Getech shares have traded in a share price range of 4.125p to 15.125p.

Getech currently has 67,474,375 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Getech is £6.66 million. Getech has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.36.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/10/2023
14:25
Most Probably, the data value is close to zero because it was obtained from available sources to the public.
But the other three items have value
The problem is that R&D is not always profitable in the short term. We could go under in a couple of years if all the new investment does not have a decent return

book5
18/10/2023
13:33
With the Market Cap less than the sum of its assets (cash + Kitson + data + software) someone doing price discovery in prep a takeover offer?
tbrian318
18/10/2023
08:34
Apologies for the slightly trivial question But does anyone know why the market makers as they did late yesterday keep putting through trades of just 1 share ?
workingfromhome
17/10/2023
23:02
H2green needs billions of investments, so it needs commitment from the leading industrial groups of this country and support from the Government.

We are a tiny service company that can only act when the phone rings asking for a service for a fee.

So, our H2green project should not have passed the elicitation of requirements stage.

book5
17/10/2023
17:46
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.

yump
17/10/2023
16:06
To those that blame the company for H2G grinding to a halt, here's an article in the Times which points the finger of blame for the UK falling behind everywhere else squarely at the governments door https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/why-hydrogen-industry-fears-uk-is-lagging-behind-europe-h890kj00m
32campomar
17/10/2023
09:56
It seems there is a reason why we haven't seen any buying from the CEO...Looking forward to hearing news soon
workingfromhome
17/10/2023
09:05
To partly answer the question, this is on the GTC website:

“ The resolution of this (magnetic) dataset is an order of magnitude better than the public domain EMAG2 dataset over most parts of Africa (figure 5) enabling geological mapping and modelling in far greater detail.”

The implication is that GTC add a significant level of detail to publicly available datasets. Clearly that would stay with GTC.

yump
17/10/2023
08:56
Book5

Good point about the IP - depends what form it takes I guess.

GTC must own the process, whatever that involves. They also have a massive base of data - that’s not open source.

Presumably there might be an agreement about specific use of data provided for a client if its new and they paid for it.

A straight question for GTC I think.

yump
17/10/2023
07:10
32cam- U are up early!!
pugugly
17/10/2023
07:09
It would seem I wasn't the only one who took advantage of these ridiculous levels yesterday, Stuart Hawthorne now holding 14%
32campomar
17/10/2023
07:04
Stuart Hawthorne over 14% now. He’s confident. 👍
battlebus2
16/10/2023
23:33
I am pleased with the Twitt, however:

-Where is the RNS informing us on this three-year project's investment/cost/revenue, opportunities and threads?

-Our current AI program does not sell on its own to locate copper in Europe and needs input from two combined universities and a European field study.

-It is a three-year project; in the end, would we acquire new capabilities that demand a higher price? What about the two universities? Would they become our competitors?

-If the lessons learnt are worthwhile, the consortium will allow us to update the AI model for other projects worldwide.

GTC is a risky company. We may not get anything at the end of the three years, as it happened with the hydrogen.

Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. A truly AIM company on its knees until an RNS reports we become profitable.

There is hope: we are in an R&D project; finally, I see a feasible objective

Gla

book5
16/10/2023
20:46
In my many years of investing I see the same patterns over and over again.The same people selling here are the same people who buy at the top That's not how to make money, unfortunately some people never learn.
workingfromhome
16/10/2023
20:02
3 weeks ago the CEO stated 2 million already taken out of costs Break even by the turn of the year Implication is that any new business will make the company profitable Over 2 million in the bank A property under offer worth 2 million You say the business is going under?Oh and by the way the market capitalisation is 4.5 million You talk nonsense
workingfromhome
16/10/2023
20:00
Hopefully a bargain at these prices camponar.

Greenman I’d also like to think it will be to our benefit else like you say what’s the point.

battlebus2
16/10/2023
19:45
Evening book5 from this tweet I would say the benefit for GTC is the incorporation of AI (machine learning)on to our software.
Re the IP one would like to think that GTC would have that otherwise what is the point ?


“ This 👇 3-yr project will bolster
@getech
#MachineLearning capabilities for #Mining by reinterpreting the #permian Kupferschiefer in the Central European Basin using a Mineral Systems Targeting approach to find prospective #copper deposits essential for the #energytransition #GTC”

greenman11
16/10/2023
19:15
So who owns the IP
And how we benefit

book5
16/10/2023
18:45
From another report
Howard Golden, senior advisor, Critical Minerals at Getech and technical advisor for the CET, said in a news release.

“The process and data from this project can be replicated globally for the exploration of copper and subsurface resources including lithium, potash, phosphates and even gold and naturally occurring hydrogen,” Golden said.

“It’s a potentially revolutionary approach to finding resources.”


BHP Billiton Group: have funded the project not sure on other partners
A$326,850.00



On a side note another holding company set up by Getech on 22nd September

greenman11
16/10/2023
17:48
Who will own the IP produced? Probably the miner.

Is it worth sharing all our global models for very little cash? For sure, there will be unauthorised release of our worldwide models by others. What then?

Where are our clients queuing to get our reports? It appears that for copper, we need others more than they need us.

book5
16/10/2023
16:53
Bought more today Too good an opportunityIn my opinion
32campomar
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