Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infrastrata Plc LSE:INFA London Ordinary Share GB00B28YMP66 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005 -1.71% 0.2875 24,282,027 15:30:43
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.285 0.29 0.2925 0.2825 0.2925
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution -1.18 -0.09 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:13 O 100,000 0.288 GBX

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Infrastrata Daily Update: Infrastrata Plc is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INFA. The last closing price for Infrastrata was 0.29p.
Infrastrata Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.28p and a 12 week average price of 0.28p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.28p.
There are currently 3,682,856,289 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 24,427,390 shares. The market capitalisation of Infrastrata Plc is £10,588,211.83.
whitedukejay: Been there before,Rns flagged ,your spirits rise,open it and its another trip to the well. With the current share price and performance i think a matched purchase option scheme would have been more appropriate aimho would be no surprise to see another dilution soon GLA
turbocharge: Result of Placing 11/11/2019 12:35pm InfraStrata announces that, further to its announcement at 7.00 a.m. today, it has successfully completed the Bookbuild which is now closed. John Wood, CEO of InfraStrata, said: "We are very pleased with the result of the placing bookbuild as this will provides us with the necessary capital to complete the acquisition of the Harland and Wolff assets. We wish to welcome our new institutional investors into the Company in what is going to be a very exciting period for the growth and development of the overall business. Equally, we wish to thank our existing shareholders for their on-going support. Subject to shareholder approval at the upcoming General Meeting and upon admission of the new shares on AIM, the Company will have an excellent mix of institutional and retail investors, which we expect will provide long run share price stability and liquidity respectively. The fact that key institutions have sought to make their investment in the Company is a vote of confidence for our future growth plans and overall business strategy that focuses on completing the Islandmagee project and asset development, construction and operations management and asset life-cycle management." "The Company remains on track to complete its debt capital raise to complement this equity raise. Debt capital will take the form of asset backed finance and working capital trade finance, both of which we expect to come to fruition soon after completion of the acquisition." "The Company is now on the cusp of a transformational change. Along with the cost savings that will accrue to the Islandmagee gas storage project, this multi-purpose fabrication facility in the heart of Belfast is expected to provide multiple revenue streams. Upon completion of the acquisition, the Company will seek to enter into contracts as soon as possible with a view to kick-starting revenue generation, which will be a significant milestone in the Company's history. We are bullish about the acquisition as it provides immediate and near-term revenue generating opportunities as well as significantly increasing the value of the Company's balance sheet."
whitedukejay: Nice to see Linsey back,plz keep your share price predictions secret dont want you putting the kiss of death on it for " US" shareholders :-) price action suggests another rns in morning,we`ll see GLA
unconscious: The sad thing is that Rumobejo actually believes his persistently negative posts can affect the share price. Face palm!Like most on here, Ive had him on ignore for a long time as nothing he posted was worth reading.
manuman1: Absolutely brilliant. What a vote of confidence in the project. Government fully behind this so any issues with licenses etc will be overcome Project clearly ready for delivery stage. Let’s hope share price reacts accordingly.
snowman100: SP should fly tomorrow on release of the Gas Storage Agreement......... I'm pretty sure we've seen the last of sub 1p. Here's my post from LSE few days ago..... Meanwhile....we're in for a white knuckle ride Monday as the share price smacks the gear-cogs into warp factor six......IMO it will be well up over 1p by midweek if the GSA looks as good as has been previously stated......... 11th June RNS....'Once the entire working volume of 500mcm is made available to Vitol, this would translate into projected annual revenues of between £50 million and £65 million at project level before operating, maintenance and other costs'. 3rd July RNS....'The Company announced that it had agreed a term sheet with Vitol SA that, once converted into a full gas storage agreement in due course, will underpin cumulative Project revenues for the first 12 years of operation of the gas storage facility, expected to be approximately £600 million to £780 million before costs at full operating capacity. Over the 40 year lifetime of the facility operations, cumulative revenues are expected to be between £2 billion and £2.60 billion before costs at full operating capacity.' Allenby Capital 11th July ..............."We are retaining our valuation of £56 Million or 3.3p per share.....(reflecting a premium of 3 times the de facto spend on the project of £20.5 Million....and risked for residual uncertainty" .........................I'm having a bit of all that !!!!!!!!!!!!!
soultrading: Happy to continue to build a stake while the price is down here. Share price undervalued.
11_percent: linesal2 9 Feb '19 - 13:51 - 4838 of 4850 0 1 0 we have EU funding for the first part and re-applying for the £40 million in March, UK guv guaranteeing 65% of debt, poss equity partners already stipulated they will take on all debt. £40 million is not needed but would help to get more equity (nice to have). 11% you really are clutching at straws and trying to make the 40 mill EU grant a game changer is pathetic, as all long termers know it does not change anything. Watch and learn- you would be a lot better off in than out. 11_percent whats your prediction for share price at 31/12/2019- that's if you got the balls? at least we will see who is right! ========================================= I have no interest in the share price at the end of the year……...its irrelevant. The share price here is being scammed in the order of 300%..........0.5 to 2p. I sold because it is going down……...will get back in around 0.7p…..or wherever it is taken….we will see. Please don’t try to project an image of the going up over time, as news is released…̷0;this baby is going to be going up and down………… Will let you know when I buy back in. AIMO....DYOR
lurker5: Looks like some others have been doing the calcs as well as me ! I said I wouldn't be in a hurry to buy, and promised to post this, written Jan 9th but didn't get round to it (its only one of a no of mining/energy shares I follow). It hasn't been updated over the week either - but the main gist stays the same Having come late to this party, and said I’m not buying yet, I’ve now read all the background. And I’m still not buying (except to maybe trade the spikes news could bring). So here are my projections for a share price once Islandmageee is fully up and running – in 7 (seven !) years time. That’s when the first decent cash flow arrives going by December’s presentation (that I hadn’t seen before). It seems to assume the full phase 1 and 2 , with phase 1 earning revenue from 2022 and phase 2 from 2026, but timing might turn out differently. Some investors just follow blindly what seems a good story. They’re welcome. But the fundamentals will affect a share sooner or later provided they’ve been calculated - and I can’t find any for INFA. Allenby’s is completely out of date, and uses a methodology that always grossly exaggerates a ‘target’ share price. The figures will obviously change – either a new plan will come along, or revised project economics and details of debt and equity funders ! They will need adjusting for whatever ‘retentionR17; INFA actually gets, (and any project management fees) which will have to be negotiated with the external investors. But I’ve based estimates (18% at present) on assumption INFA won’t be meeting any more of the £101m equity spend, and on industry practice where historic spend is a credit towards the total project spend and ‘buys’ a proportionate equity share. What will make a difference is the mooted £40m EU grant, and I’ve shown its effect (to add about 24% to earnings) But if enough equity investors come in, there won’t be one. I see the presentation quotes the £222m NPV8. But I repeat, NPV’s are not a guide to share prices because basically illogical. (NPV’s are today’s value of future cash flows. To pay it, means in effect paying up-front to merely get back all future cash flows plus the discount rate. What fool investor would do that ?) And neither does an NPV tell you when any ‘value’ (ie income) will start. What sensible investor would buy an ‘NPV’ that doesn’t start to deliver for 5-7 years ? And to bump up an NPV by taking in 35 years income instead of the 15 years any sensible investor would give credit for – is just PR and broker puff to lure in the unwary . A much more accurate guide to the likely share price is the cash flow shown in the presentation which is all we have to go on. INFA with its limited life will be valued in the market as a dividend paying annuity (and not on a PER), so we can project a price assuming how much cash flow is paid out as dividends. BUT – a big But. How many shares will be in issue when that happens ? And what project share will INFA have ? Fully diluted by warrants and options, there are potentially 1.32bn shares in issue now. It will be seven years before any significant cash flow starts (projected to be £30m in 2026, but maybe £10m pa from 2023). Cash burn is currently almost £1m pa, and will increase as construction gets under way. So £5m required at, say 2p, means another 250m shares, even if INFA doesn’t raise more cash to bump up its project equity share by joining in the initial project spend. Industry norms are to credit past spending towards a sponsor’s project share. So INFA’s £13m so far plus £6m FEED will ‘buy’ or ‘retain’ 15.8% of the total project equity of £120m. (If the P90 cost is actually achieved it would be 19%). Any more would diminish the other investors’ returns, so would have to be agreed by them. So I assume INFA’s ‘retentionR17; is 18% - which in 2026 will produce a £5.4m cash income, or 0.34p per the 1.57bn shares likely to be in issue then. If 2/3rds paid out as dividend, and if the market accords a 8% yield, the share price would be 2.9p. Because INFA is limited life (as it stands now) and won’t be growing, a yield basis is more likely than any PER. If a £40m grant were to be applied to reduce the phase 2 spending, (which is how I think it will be treated, and not as a ‘gift’ to INFA shareholders) INFA’s £19m historic spend would buy it 24% of the equity in the project, assuming the presentation’s 35/65 equity/debt split. In that case, the share price would be 3.8p. Seven years is too far ahead for me to buy that. That’s as things stand now, assuming the figures in the Dec presentation don’t change, and nothing else comes along. I think I’ve allowed for everything in the calculation. Its why I’m not buying – even though I expect the shares will spike on any news of project funding, or an EU grant, and I’m sure others will dispute my figures and assume INFA will find other projects to ensure growth or earlier income. But that would be speculation and will involve issuing more shares, which will diminish by price forecast. A snag is that I see some potential funders don’t want debt on Phase 1. ie they want a bigger equity investment rather than the higher return (on a smaller investment) that debt gearing would produce. If they take away this part of the project, INFA’s share will fall , and overall reduce its cash flow. It would also show that the return on the project is good enough to attract more equity funders than needed – another indication that any EU or other government grant would, I think, be unnecessary and unlikely. Note that the 8% NPV for the equity shareholders at the point (2026) when construction finishes and full revenues start, is about £500m. And for the first 15 years only, rather than for the full 35 years, it is about £330m. INFA’s 18% ‘share’ of the £500m would be £90m, ‘worth’ 5.4p per share – or double the true likely share price. So you can be sure a broker flogging you the shares will use this calculation ‘method’ to bamboozle you, rather than the accurate method I’ve used! An even less scrupulous (and less competent – there are plenty around) broker will use the shares in issue now (instead of those in issue then) and the 35 yr NPV to ‘calculateR17; his ‘target price’ (which would be 8.1p). Don’t be fooled. Institutional investors never are, which is why such ‘targets’; are never achieved in practice.
linesal2: One thing nobody can deny is share prices are sentiment driven and especially on Aim stocks.Projections at the minute are futile as fundamentals not known/realised.The CEO sees 11p share price and so far he has delivered everything asked of him so I am not about to doubt him,But it is a punt and everyone has there own strategy of entry and exit.With INFA there isn't much data (just projections and milestones achieved)to research, so many experienced investors rely on passed experiences which can cloud judgement. The fact remains INFA offer a solution to a major problem of gas supply to UK and Ireland, given the closure of rough it is an even higher priority and factor in Brexit an even higher priority. I am extremely happy to hold INFA for at least another 18 Months because the CEO is no shrinking violet, he is taking INFA to the top and I have 100% faith in him and his subordinates.
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