Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Helium One Global Ltd LSE:HE1 London Ordinary Share VGG4392T1075 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.58% 8.60 1,221,677 08:33:51
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8.50 8.70 8.65 8.60 8.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -5.16 -1.33 53
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:38:14 O 175,000 8.525 GBX

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Helium One Global Daily Update: Helium One Global Ltd is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HE1. The last closing price for Helium One Global was 8.65p.
Helium One Global Ltd has a 4 week average price of 7.85p and a 12 week average price of 7.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6p.
There are currently 621,391,259 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,923,792 shares. The market capitalisation of Helium One Global Ltd is £53,439,648.27.
city chappy: Interesting to see the Chairman and CEO both bought shares last September, after the last drilling campaign. 3 September 2021Helium One Global LtdDirector DealingsHelium One (AIM: HE1) announces that it was notified on 2 September 2021 that Ian Stalker, Non-Executive Chairman of the Company, has purchased, on 2 September 2021, 243,900 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 8.3p per share and that David Minchin, CEO of Helium One, has also purchased on 1 September 2021, 110,000 ordinary shares at 9p per share. Following these purchases their total beneficial ownerships in the Company are respectively 10,891,343 (1.77%) and 210,000 (0.03%) ordinary shares .
idriveajag: Share price could triple once they confirm the drilling rig.
cymrurhydd: Lol rich or is that poor2006 being an Aex ramperAll you need to know is 1 HE1 share bought 10 AEX shares at the beginning of the year.Today 1 HE1 share buys 12 AEX shares.....Plus HE1 doesnt have a 300m share overhang currently.......lolPoor2006 keep up the great ramping you are doing a fab job........
porky9: Also, hope during the presentation that there is a small section on the Addressable market size and the dire state of the current Helium Supply market. That's a superb link compliments of poster InvestingGoals:- Link to Edelgas discussion on YouTube video regarding the state of the helium market: [...] We already knew that Helium prices were in squeeze going from $280 USD per mcf to between $450 USD to $500 USD per mcf. I noticed one supplier at just over $600 USD mcf last week. The prices are getting ridiculous. The guys on the Edelgas discussion are talking about price's as high as $1,800 USD per mcf. I mean can you just imagine that?? Just obscene. But we have to accept that Helium is a finite resource at the end of the day. Helium is the only element on the planet that is a completely nonrenewable resource. Russia was intending to supply 35% of the market which was going to support a reduction in prices but, even that resource is screwed due to fires and distribution issues and anyhow, lets face it, the West won't touch that supply now due to the political situation, hence supply will get squeezed even further now. The resource here at HE1 is the cure really to the supply issue. Worlds biggest Helium Resource. If David can prove that the seams are sealed capturing the Helium and accessible, i believe the Share Price upside here will be stratospheric. I know brokers last year were suggesting north of £1.20 but i really think its going to be just massive. This remains a speculative play but risk / reward here i just love. Looking forward to a really positive meeting on Monday afternoon. Lets get this resource proven and online asap now. The world needs it. GLA
porky9: You are always going to get traders and those out to try and screw a few percentage points and talk stocks down to try and meet their objectives for buying back in. Frustrating but just how it is. Once David completes the ERT and puts the plans out on drilling, the position here will be materially different. The share price will be much higher. Wednesdays RNS issued are really just housekeeping frankly IMO. It needed doing and at least we no longer have to put up with posts saying, “I’m not investing because the accounts are late, what are they hiding” and other such nonsense. That’s done and dusted now. The main take for me is that David and the team have a certain confidence about them. They are confident of this being the Discovery Year and the data they hold is clearly endorsing that. The snippets we have had so far are really positive and once that’s all mapped up with the ERT data and put before shareholders we are onto a winner. Not long now. Every day a day closer. I stand by my call that options for new management were a good thing, they didn’t award free shares or even award options at discount. The award is HIGHER than the current share price, in fact the share price needs to go up by 20% from tonight’s 11p just to match the management options. Anyone buying now is getting a cracking deal. Anyhow, each to own but you know the reality and potential here, they are on the cusp of greatness. It will come. Short matter of time I continue to add here GL
porky9: Really Like this award. They have a fully vested interest in the share price climbing AND a Takeover needs to be at a significant premium to the strike price to be worth while. So Remember, they would only gain on the share price uplift. To put figures on this 2 million shares in twelve months time at 13p. Not sure how many new member of the team this is split between, think its four or five, but let's keep it simple and work on the entire 2m in year one for the calculation. For the management team to share £1m Bonus before tax, collect £200k each gross if five of them the Share Price needs to be north of 65p inside of 12 months. I can well live with that frankly, i would go as far as to say that if they can get the share price north of 65p they have earnt their bonus. They prove this basin and the share price will be material, I think the options are fair and reasonable. I know a lot of businesses in this situation that could have taken the option to issue options at a 20% or 30% discount to closing price on Monday. IE vested options at say 8.5p to 9p - They didn't do that, clearly they have confidence in success. So good on them. Thumbs up from me Pork's
porky9: Further reasons why i like this play: When the first wrong drill was set up in the wrong location and the project failed, as you know the share price and value of the business crashed from 30p to 6p. BUT IMO whilst not great, it wasn't a total disaster. We then knew the true composite of the ground and learnt from that so that was at least something that could be built and factored into the data going forward. They have since gone into precise additional detail with the Quantitative Evaluation of Minerals by Scanning Electron Microscopy ("QEMSCAN") study on drill cuttings collected from the Tai-1/-1A wells at its Rukwa (100%) project area for further clarity and analysis of rock type. Add to this the last year of surveys, 2d Seismic and the current ERT which are the icing on the cake ensure a much clearer picture. Now you could rightly argue that all that preparation should have been done the first time around and i would agree with that but it wasn't and we are where we are now. The reality is the Helium is there and its looking like the right clay seals are there, in fact many. The last 2d Seismic confirmed many clay seals that trap the Helium and from the updates its looking like shallow drilling in the right locations is going to be the way forward. Now you probably know this already, so expert geologists and those with ERT survey experience ignore here but the survey data is bloody impressive stuff if you ask me. This is an ERT image example:- ERT on the target sites identified will clarify the ground structure for Shallow Helium drills down to 200m at numerous points across the Rukwa basin - this again points to shallow drills for success imo. So in my considered opinion, what i guess I'm getting at, is that is that this time around David is getting all his ducks in a row, frankly lining them up with precision this time, he is making sure everything is right and as such i consider the risk of failure much reduced here as a result. Now don't get me wrong; I'm not saying its risk free, heck as i keep saying its an exploration penny share stock on the AIM, you want risk free you play FTSE 100, not AIM exploration but the rewards on getting it right, well you can't put into words can you, talking pounds per share not pence here but i really believe in David, everything is lining up superb and backing them by buying at 11-12p is certainly worth a shot IMO. Hell anything under 50p will look mighty cheap on a confirmation and that's why I'm adding as funds permit. Confidence in the sector with the failure of ADV doesn't help. I do feel the HE1 share price is depressed further as a result of that and traders dipping in and out for little gains on what is a high risk reward play BUT they are VERY different plays, different businesses. Personally i never liked ADV, it's hard enough mining on land and shallow waters let alone trying to do it, was it something like in 35 metres deep Anyhow, good luck guys, see how events unfold..
porky9: I always think its better for new visitors to pick up on a quick precis of where we are at, rather than having to wade through loads of idiotic posts such as "I will buy if the share price falls to x (put in any figure at least 20% less than the current share price on that day)" on the same old same old de-ramp messages from rich2206 and one-ferkle, before they get to the information they need. So yes, can be a tad repetitive here currently. Obviously, soon as that update lands we will have loads new to talk about then. In the meantime, all we can do whilst waiting is update on the Helium markets, comment on other factors we know and anything in the sector that could point to deals. I thought the tweet from Midak was very interesting just over a week ago as they work with HE1 on the wells:- It's evident to me that news has to be fairly imminent Remain ultra positive as you know, not interested in feeding trolls. I consider the stock a red hot buy at this level and so as i say, worth squirreling a few away at these levels. They get it right and we are looking at stratospheric upside, i like that but appreciate the share is only for the adventurous. Here's to a really week ahead. GLA
porky9: US production of Helium is in decline and IMO the world needs resources such as HE1 to come online. The price of Helium has also gone from $280 / MCF up to $450 - $500 / MCF plus its in limited supply. “US production of helium is rapidly declining and is expected to be 35% of world helium production by 2026. The two principal countries which will offset the decline in US production are Qatar and Russia. By 2026, they will account for up to 60% of the world’s helium production. However, USGS should not assume that both countries will be reliable sources of helium. Qatar was the target of an embargo between 2017 and early 2021, which halted its helium production for a month and upended the global helium market. Even absent any embargo, Qatar’s helium passes through the Straits of Hormuz, which has among the highest geopolitical tension in the world. Meanwhile, Russia has long withheld its natural resources for political ends. It repeatedly withheld natural gas from Ukraine between 2006 and 2014 and is withholding gas from Europe now. Finally, Algeria, the world’s fourth largest helium producer, has been in political crisis for years.” HE1 is IMO potentially a HUGE asset that will be the subject of significant attention. Once they conclude analysis of all of the data collected along with the 2D Seismic reports they will update us together with a road map of the next stages. That update is due any moment. Personally i believe this update will be massive. I have posted here that DM has already said in interview that shortly they will be Signing an MOU with a rig provider And moreover, Confirming in DMs words “What we’re drilling, where we’re drilling, who we’re drilling with & When we are drilling” Should they move towards a JV then you can forget investing at anything like 10-15p that level will be long gone frankly. As such, I remain totally positive here. The investment comes with risk granted, its a high risk reward play but its one i'm more than happy with. They get it right, the share price upside will be stratospheric. This will be the stock that many say, "God, i wished i had brought shares in HE1" So in conclusion; you have potentially the worlds biggest Helium resource about to be proven, production of Helium in decline yet increasing demand, worldwide political reasons for control of Helium assets. This is the calm before the storm, i'm telling you. its about to get red hot here imo and that's why i'm a buyer of the stock. If there wasn't de-rampers, naysayers and negatives here, there wouldn't be an opportunity. The share price would already be materially higher. As they say, invest when others are fearful GL
porky9: The way i see it is DM was looking really confident to me, heck I'm no body language expert but if he is feeding us a pack of lie's he's bloody convincing. They are currently analysing that data coupled with the 2D Seismic Data and about to update us further together with confirmation of the Rig provider they are signing an MOU with. In DMs exact words he said they will confirm “What we’re drilling, where we’re drilling, who we’re drilling with & When we are drilling” Now we don't know when that RNS is going to land but we do know it's fairly soon. When it does the share price will move up and start climbing right up to the drill dates. That's the nature of these mining stocks. I can't see it being anything other than positive for the share price because put simply we will be in a better place then, than where we are now. So really the gamble, if i can call it that, really comes down to chancers here that post de-ramps hoping investors will get bored and sell rather than wait, hoping to benefit from a further minor retrace in the share price. Alternatively, smarter investors may ADD further during this period to gain that first move advantage knowing that update could land any moment. Its all part of the fun. Of course the big elephant in the room here is if something left of field lands, so to speak. Could that partner turn out to be a Major? Could they be confirming more than one drilling location? Did the middle east talks result in anything? Might they also move forward on a tai-3 ? From my own perspective there are too many positive variables that could hit this stock shortly to risk being out when they start to land. As such i continue adding to my position but accept its a high risk/ high reward play and not for everyone. We have been stuck in this 10-12p corridor this last week or so, each day now is a day closer to news. My call is that we will commence the next leg of the journey to 22p next week. I just think any impatient investors that sell now will be quickly met with buyers who are aware of what's coming. Lets see how events unfold. Finally, the price of Helium is still rallying up, gone from $280 / MCF up to $450 - $500 / MCF plus its in limited supply. The backdrop climate to this stock is also positive for us. Not to mention HE1 are sitting on what could prove to be the biggest Helium reserve in the world, as such there are so so many parties that would be interested in controlling that, it doesn't bear thinking about. It's all to play for as far as I'm concerned. GLA
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