Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hydrodec Group LSE:HYR London Ordinary Share GB00B02FJF09 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.075p 1.05p 1.10p 1.075p 1.075p 1.075p 150,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 13.2 -3.2 -0.4 - 8.03

Hydrodec Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/8/2018
08:30
ditto 1savvyinvestor
corrientes
08/8/2018
12:30
Thanks for the update 1savvyinvestor.
tonytyke2
07/8/2018
17:17
Had a long chat with a guy who is involved with HYR yesterday . It seems that Lord Moynihan is taking an ever increasing interest in the success of HYR. He has flown to the States several times recently and also to the Australia Plant. All options on the table for Australia including I presume divesting themselves of the operation. The strategic review is hugely significant to the future of HYR and there is obviously some excitement and enthusiasm around. They have no idea who has been selling. There is no obvious culprit!! No new CEO will be appointed until after the review is completed as it would be pointless appointing somebody who is not on board with any changes. All sounds pretty positive to me.
1savvyinvestor
07/8/2018
16:16
Well let's hope next month's announcement of their strategic review can sort out this long standing feedstock problem. At least, I take a small crumb of comfort from not seeing too much of the 'difficult environment','challenging conditions' which means more of the same again.
corrientes
06/8/2018
16:37
Lord Moynihan is a pretty solid guy, met him at one of the Hydrodec functions. He can connect with the US team and do everything that is needed at this stage. Also, it’s not like the team have done nothing for six years, whilst out of the blue, they continued to improve operationally. Obviously longer term, and in an ideal world now, a full time CEO would be preferable but I imagine there is a cost saving. Cash is tight, if they can get one closed deal, this should improve things nicely, Time then to search for a replacement. As output has been reduced by feedstock constraints, they have increased margins and improved quality. Any deal that adds to the output will have a significant impact... so everything hinges on those feedstock deals.
capricious
06/8/2018
14:48
With his various political and business interests, you have to ask just how dedicated this particular Lord is to the company. These sort of individuals can get fees from just putting their name to an organisation (high profile in another sphere helps), giving it more credibility, but actually they do little or nothing, and have no real interest in a company's future. Maybe this Lord is different ; who knows !
corrientes
06/8/2018
13:10
Maybe it is time to question the management. Lord Moynihan has been chairman for over 6 years and it has been a dreadful investment for anyone owning these shares. The company as a whole has consistently under performed on his watch. Time for a change.
truffle
06/8/2018
13:07
Maybe it is time to question the management. Lord Moynihan has been chairman for over 6 years and the company has consistently under performed on his watch.
truffle
03/8/2018
11:33
Agreed capricious
tonytyke2
03/8/2018
11:26
But that isn’t anything new. I don’t want a fund raise but if there is one, it’ll be tied to a growth strategy. Ideally you don’t seek one when your share price is this lows. I would much prefer they can show the market that US operations are cash generative at the central cost level. Given the low share price level, if they achieved the above, even a small move has a relatively large impact.
capricious
03/8/2018
11:06
The key is this statement The focus of our considerations has been how best to both strengthen the balance sheet and address the growth options we see ahead of us. - how do people on here think they will strengthen the balance sheet? One would imagine that it would involve discounted fundraising or rights issue (unlikely) which means serious dilution. Would odd not to wait until they get that funding away - the key is at what price. A significant discount to today's price would seem the most likely
trentendboy
03/8/2018
10:25
To my mind explains why we had a consistent seller recently, seems likely they got wind of something. With that said, I don’t actually see this as being a bad RNS. My estimates are that operationally, they needed around another 1.5 million to cover central costs. The increased feedstock is encouraging, as that is the only thing holding them back. US operations look good. I posted before that closed loop is the way to go, I think the recent transformer oil accreditation, plus the carbon credits, has unlocked negotiations with utilities. Otherwise without that logic, it begs the question why there hasn’t been many to date. Australia has always been limited, the geography, the disparate market, don’t offer much in the way of growth potential. The move reduced cost but if it’s a drain on the main growth area, sell it, some license deal, or simply close it. There was a major supply agreement but that was delayed, will need to find out the status of that.
capricious
03/8/2018
09:17
thanks 1savvyinvestor, that would be great. I agree with your Australia comments.
tonytyke2
03/8/2018
09:09
Trentendboy is right to point out negatives. I have planned a phone call with one of the team on Monday. Will report back. I like the tone of the RNS. Maybe Australia should be ditched.
1savvyinvestor
03/8/2018
09:06
"this is not just a closed loop, it is a virtuous circle for Hydrodec and its counterparties." and on the same theme.... sounds like someone's talking out of their ring.
mortimer7
03/8/2018
09:02
Usually they spike up after announcements and then reverse sharply Could it be the other way round this timeI won't hold my breath
vitamal
03/8/2018
08:44
so why cant i buy online not even 50k but allowed to sell
timmy11
03/8/2018
08:29
Are we reading different results?Clearing major review of operations.May need more cash - dilutionAUS looking on last legsClosed loop only theoretical
trentendboy
03/8/2018
08:27
Tree shake to all time lows but should be good recovery play from here
1savvyinvestor
03/8/2018
08:25
Hmmmm….latest reported performance is good and I like the sound of this closed loop refining model. Could be good!
tonytyke2
27/7/2018
09:47
Someone has been reducing but there hasn’t been enough buying to match
capricious
27/7/2018
09:22
Anyone feeling brave enough to have a dabble?
targatarga
24/7/2018
11:16
what is going on here? You can sell large amounts of stock but can't buy anything. Any explanation?
1savvyinvestor
22/6/2018
14:36
Yep, site access, at least for me, for around 6 months, has been atrocious. Doesn't connect, or when it does, it's often unbearably slow. Edit: Their data centre had a major outage, and no date is given for the fix. Regarding sp The price action looked odd, or the spread which didn't reflect the trades going through... now jumping around.
capricious
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