Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Graphene Nano LSE:GRPH London Ordinary Share GB00B9BBJ076 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.035p +2.99% 1.205p 1.11p 1.30p 1.30p 1.15p 1.15p 2,743,874 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 0.3 -11.1 -7.2 - 2.43

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/9/2017
22:54
TT.......LoL of the day!
telbap
21/9/2017
11:05
BUYS COMING IN TODAY
falia
20/9/2017
12:36
TYRU FLYING TODAY AGAIN GUYS
falia
19/9/2017
13:17
GUYS CHECK TYRU OUT
falia
19/9/2017
12:39
Correct he knows nothing about us just a ramper of the other dog HTTP://www.graphenenanochem.com/ Overview The Advanced Chemicals division employs a variety of technologies to manufacture a unique portfolio of oleochemicals and performance products. Our products provide enhanced performance when used as ingredients, additives or processing aids within a broad range of applications in multiple industries. Our manufacturing activities can be broadly classified into the following categories: Intermediate Chemicals, which are base oleochemicals and/or building blocks or an ingredient to specialty chemicals Functional Chemicals, which are value add chemicals that fulfil specific functional attributes; Performance Chemicals, which are customised chemicals designed and formulated for performance improvement and enhancement. The Advanced Chemicals division is currently focused on three market segments: Fuel Additives, Oilfield Chemicals and Performance Chemicals and our long term strategy for the division is sustainable growth through high value product innovation, capacity expansion and market diversification. Overview The Advanced Materials Division focuses on the commercial development of high value high performance products in targeted application areas, enabled or enhanced through the use of graphene nanomaterials. Graphene is a new class of nanomaterial with wide ranging properties, from enhanced electrical and thermal conductivity to exceptional load bearing capacity and performance. A potentially disruptive technology, graphene has the ability to transfer its intrinsic properties into other materials, creating an array of higher value products possessing specifically enhanced property values. A small quantity of this multi-functional, versatile material can enhance and bring new properties to established products such as plastics, polymers, lubricants, metals – from enhanced electrical and thermal conductivity to exceptional mechanical load bearing capacity and performance, for applications in a broad range of industries ranging from aerospace, automotive, composites, energy storage, marine and electronics, to construction, oil and gas, medical and telecommunications. At Graphene NanoChem, we leverage on our production and functionalization capabilities to focus on defined products and end market targets to realize the commercial value of graphene nanomaterials as an enabling technology for various end applications. The Advanced Materials Division is comprised of three core proprietary elements: the graphene nanomaterials unit for our in-house production of applications-specific nanomaterial products using our proprietary “bottom-up” chemical synthesis process, to suit our targeted areas of commercial applications; the graphene dispersion unit for the functionalization of the materials to enable its application for specific performance uses; and the product development unit for product commercialization. Whilst we have the capability to manufacture various types of graphene nanomaterials we do not intend to be a volume supplier of graphene nanomaterials. Our strategy is to provide graphene-enhanced solutions into our targeted market place including through strategic industry partnerships and our commercialization initiatives will be structured on a case-to-case basis, based on the following business models: the Integrator Model in which we own and manage the innovation process shouldering risks and also reaping the highest commercial value, primarily through wholly-owned or joint venture commercialization models; the Orchestrator Model in which we coordinate significant aspects of innovation but executes only part of the process through collaborations with strategic partners driving a clear path to revenue generation and commercialisation; and the Licensor Model where we are primary owner of the ideal or the intellectual property but is not directly involved in its realisation or implementation and enable us to generate higher margins with minimal risks. The combined product and end market approach is a critical component to our commercialization efforts, specifically in selecting our areas of focus and in developing quality collaborations with industry partners. The current priority application areas for the Advanced Materials platform are Nanofluids, Rubber and Polymers and Conductive Inks where we are at various stages of development and commercialization.
brotherhumble
19/9/2017
12:31
GRPH are not and have never been a supplier of graphene!
frank1e
19/9/2017
08:36
Well how did this alleged graphene supplier do in the government tender for graphene supplies to the CPI !! Oh nothing it all was won by VRS I did say the only graphene company any one should own !! You really should all go and switch this to VRS in my honest opinion ! ,
warwick69
18/9/2017
21:12
delisting or administration?
don chepe
18/9/2017
16:36
Simon.......mate this is aim, the wild west of investing. Without a huge top up I don't think you will ever see 5k back.....fyi, if you do see 14p, I will be a millionaire with the holding I have!
telbap
18/9/2017
10:16
Warwick and Filster are 'spot on' on this one. I've already been badly burnt. Was stupid enough to average down over the last two years. I'm still down about 93%. No point selling now, may as well just hope for a miracle so I can break even around 14p. Good job I never put more than £5k into a single share. There's little working capital (hence Darwin ripping everyone off by manipulating the market), presently very little turnover, and to round it off....large losses. The chances are it will continue to be a slow decline. Even in the unlikely event that a big contract is secured, where is the ongoing working capital going to come from to fulfil orders? I've basically given up on this one. If I'm proven wrong, it's a bonus.
simon666
18/9/2017
08:38
Please leave this well alone you will all get burnt
warwick69
15/9/2017
15:24
OK WE ARE IN DARVINS ALMOST OUT
falia
15/9/2017
08:45
Has to be soon or we will rrocket down
telbap
15/9/2017
08:03
RNS today or Monday saying Darwin are out perchance?
bernieboy
13/9/2017
19:19
Said this was volatile. The higher volume has helped clear some stock of course. It's a 20 to one stock in racing terms but still some of those win.
barnetpeter
13/9/2017
17:15
Stuff in the pipelinePolymer Division Paid Pilot + PlatDrill Deployment In MyanmarThe Polymer is going to be interesting, it's has already reached standards and already been used, foot is in the door and GRPH is about to walk in.Issue is cash flow, (hence Darwin) not products or customers. - now daily running costs are cover for almost 7 months, The company should be reporting over $590,000 in sales (minimum) DYOR
isa2020
13/9/2017
16:24
The only graphene game in town is VRS been to their AGM massive potential will most likely be the first to get ISO standards and prob no others will easily achieve This company can't even get close to the ISO standard just does graphite as a lubricant IMHO DYOR but VRS is far better way to profit from the future graphene market
warwick69
13/9/2017
14:14
The share price certainly swings massively each day so presumably is affected by trading as well as by the instit. sell off. The latter at least should end sometime.
maytrees
13/9/2017
13:10
Ken.....they traded like the rest of us.
telbap
13/9/2017
12:12
I must be missing something - there seems to be little to no cash reserves and little to no turnover and losses... Where's the potential for upside coming from?
filster
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