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Kibo Energy Plc LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.001 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01 -4.35% 0.22 14,543,595 12:02:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.21 0.23 0.23 0.22 0.23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -6.42 -0.30 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:05 O 1,000,000 0.23 GBX

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18/9/2021
09:20
Kibo Energy Daily Update: Kibo Energy Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KIBO. The last closing price for Kibo Energy was 0.23p.
Kibo Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.21p and a 12 week average price of 0.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.54p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.17p.
There are currently 2,475,348,737 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,739,872 shares. The market capitalisation of Kibo Energy Plc is £5,445,767.22.
17/9/2021
03:27
lurker5: Its as well to read EQT's announcement. And to note as well how investors on the EQT boards have been uneasy for some time. Its as I said before. THis is another cash guzzling LC wheeze for Kibo shareholders to swallow (or cough up)while he adds (probably quite a lot) to his salary. (And by the way, capital cost for Billingham is stated at £170m - not the £120m I guessed) EQTEC plc (AIM: EQT), a world-leading gasification solutions company that is building the future of a cleaner waste-to-energy industry, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Heads of Terms (the "Agreement") with a strategic investor, Kibo Energy plc ("Kibo") (AIM: KIBO), for the proposed 25 MWe Billingham waste gasification and power plant ( the "Project") at Haverton Hill, Teesside, UK. The Company will continue to lead the development of the Project SPV, Haverton WTV Limited ("Haverton"), providing development strategy and services for integrated planning, commercial negotiation, funding and delivery readiness. Kibo's 54.54% investment and participation is intended to accelerate development progress, support pursuit of a wider range of commercial opportunities and de-risk the subsequent construction and commissioning phase. Kibo and EQTEC rapidly identified a clear synergy and shared outlook on how energy infrastructure projects should be robustly developed and project managed successfully, making Kibo an ideal investment and development partner in the Company's anchor RDF-to-energy plant at Billingham. The proposed investment by Kibo is subject to, inter alia, finalisation of a Share Purchase and Shareholders Agreement and the securing of the requisite funding by Kibo. Highlights -- It is expected that Kibo will acquire a 54.54% equity stake in the Project SPV; -- EQTEC will retain 45.46% equity in the Project SPV; -- To acquire its interest in the Project SPV, Kibo will contribute GBP3 million, subject to securing such funding, to be paid as an equity subscription to acquire shares in the Project SPV; -- Kibo will have the option to provide additional convertible shareholder loan facilities to the Project SPV and/or convert future project development fees into further equity in the Project; -- Project rights, held by Haverton, include all technology licence agreements, all equipment supply and maintenance agreements with EQTEC and all rights to the site under the existing agreements with Scott Bros. Enterprises Limited; -- Following the completion of the transaction, EQTEC will invoice for its project development services to the SPV; and -- EQTEC will remain as the lead development manager on the Project, providing the design and core Advanced Gasification Technology and retaining the maintenance portion of the O&M contract upon commissioning.
16/9/2021
08:51
tomboyb: Thursday 16 September, 2021 Kibo Energy PLC Strategic Investment in UK Waste to Energy Project RNS Number : 9903L Kibo Energy PLC 16 September 2021 Kibo Energy PLC (Incorporated in Ireland) (Registration Number: 451931) (External registration number: 2011/007371/10) Share code on the JSE Limited: KBO Share code on the AIM: KIBO ISIN: IE00B97C0C31 ("Kibo" or "the Company") Dated: 16 September 2021 Kibo Energy PLC ('Kibo' or the 'Company') Strategic Investment in UK Waste to Energy Project
04/9/2021
08:20
cj41: Which bit of 'anyone buying in here needs their head examining' are you struggling to understand? I am not sure how I can make the point any clearer. Any investment case for KIBO has long gone. Most others agree with this based on the share price and market cap. But you just carry on assuming 'most others' are all just one person if that makes you happy. As I said, the shares are flyers off the shelf, the share price is rocketing and LC is doing a great job. Anyone who believes that is frankly delusion. All IMO. Last post from me. I will put my 'millions' of shares into a virtual drawer and forget about them for a while. Good luck to all investors here.
17/8/2021
22:03
grimreaper2019: The insanity at Kibo Mining started way before 2016, it started in 2012 when LC 'acquired' the Rukwa coal deposit for a value of £20m, paid to his Mzuri Group chums in Kibo shares, the 'asset' was never independently valued. However, a nearby coal resource of a similar scale was acquired by Intra Energy for a tiny fraction of the £20m paid to Mzuri. Once those Kibo shares were distributed the share price plummeted by 90% as Mzuri investors dumped them by the millions, Kibo shares fell below par value leading to the 1st consolidation. The shrewd saw this event, never ever gave Kibo the light of day again, the rest is history.
25/6/2021
21:27
yaki: "...But how does it repay it in a reasonable timescale without raising it from the market " As far as Kibo is concerned, it shouldn't matter. They could bring a number of plants in prod and do it via a cashflow; develp a plant and sell it - so from capital gains. Alternatively, given their more secure cashflows, maybe could borrow from a bank or specialist finance house? A number of options. Which should make Kibo a few mlns and hopefully not having have to raise cash in the markets lurker5 25 Jun '21 - 13:51 - 5960 of 5960 0 1 0 True. Mast does owe Kibo a few £m. But how does it repay it in a reasonable timescale without raising it from the market ? As for Mast's status as a 55% subsidiary, its income and profits will be consolidated into Kibo's accounts. But those will show 45% as a 'minority' share which is deducted from Kibo shareholders' earnings. Whether Kibo can lay its hands on Mast's cash income, will depend on a shareholder agreement between the two which, of course, we haven't seen. But given that Mast will need all the cash it generates and more to finance any other acquisitions, its unlikely any will come to Kibo. Rather it will be the other way round unless Mast raises more from the market leaving it free to pass some on to Kibo. The likelihood of Mast raising anything from the market without resorting to smoke and mirrors is remote.
18/5/2021
07:25
uknighted: RNS Kibo Energy PLC ('Kibo' or the 'Company') Agreement to Co-develop Renewable Energy Projects in South Africa Kibo Energy PLC, the multi-asset, African focused energy company, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with South Africa-based Industrial Green Solutions (Pty) Ltd ('IGES') ( hxxps://www.industrialgreenenergy.com/ ) to jointly develop a portfolio of Waste to Energy projects in South Africa ('the Agreement') with an initial target of generating more than 50 megawatts of electricity for sale to industrial users. The Agreement, which is subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions, is in line with Kibo's strategy to integrate renewable energy into its project pipeline, which includes three utility-scale power generation and mining projects. Highlights Targeting South Africa's chronic shortfall in electricity and high plastic waste disposal costs · Under the terms of the Agreement, Kibo will own 65% of Newco Energy (Pty) Ltd ('Newco'), which will hold the Waste to Energy Project Portfolio, with IGES holding 35% · Newco will initially develop a phased c. 8MW project for an industrial client, to be followed by six other projects at different sites, to a total generation of up to 50MW. · Initial Project Pipeline comprise of seven projects in place, and will utilise Pyrolysis technologies to convert waste non-recyclable plastics to syngas for the generation of energy: o Pyrolysis technology to be supplied by a local international technology firm in the form of a waste to energy conversion plant; o Syngas to be stored on site and fed into gas engines to generate electrical power; and o Off takers for all seven projects have been identified with Power Purchase Agreement (' PPA') negotiations underway Project 1 - Most Advanced in Project Portfolio and Involves the Development, Construction and Operation of a c. 8MW Base Load Waste to Energy Generation facility · MOU for the supply of energy signed with industrial client in Centurion (Pretoria, South Africa) - 1 0-year "Take or Pay" PPA negotiated subject to independent review; · Fuel feedstock supply agreement signed with waste management operator for 100% of project's fuel requirement - intention to operate from a 9 - 12-month stockpile; · Land acquisition and waste licensing completed, air emissions license submitted and grid connection approval process underway; · Capacity to be scaled up from c. 2 MW to 8 MW, in 4 x 2 MW phases over three years; · Project development duration for first phase of 2 MW expected to be no longer than 16 months including construction; · Kibo will fund NEWCO, commencing with an amount of R11,145,000 (GBP560,000) as an Equity Loan to Newco for the development of this first project (Project 1- referred to above); and · Kibo will be developing the project portfolio with Lesedi Nuclear Services (Pty) Ltd ( hxxps://lesedins.co.za/) as strategic partner for EPC and Operations and Management services Louis Coetzee, CEO of KIBO said: "This opportunity to enter the South African waste to energy market in strategic partnership with Lesedi and IGES, is a win - win for all parties. For Kibo, today's Agreement is in line with our strategy to integrate sustainable environmentally friendly energy generation into our portfolio, which could shortly include waste to energy projects in the UK currently the subject of a due diligence investigation. The 50MW project pipeline also positions Kibo squarely in the new and exciting renewable energy industry in South Africa and places us firmly on a programme to production and revenue in the short to medium term.
04/5/2021
16:45
yaki: Agree with your sentiment here, I think management has failed big time to deliver anything here, apart from the 2 listed entities (and KAT is not looking great in terms of what was promised a year or so ago) Excuses that African govts are unpredictable etc are rubbish, as they are meant to be Africa specialists and needed to allow for that in their dealings and timelines My view though is that, based on listed assets - kibo share price should be 0.7p. And maybe 1p based on optionality of the other assets cj41 4 May '21 - 16:05 - 5704 of 5704 Yaki - I used to imagine the share price following Mbeya or Moz or Bots or Haneti or ....... happening but they are increasingly unlikely or have been given away for peanuts in the case of gold and Haneti. This looks like a worse bet as every year ticks by. 2021 has the making of another ‘nothing’; year with MAST adding nothing to KIBO along with the other assets. I find it almost beyond belief that LC remains as CEO and even more incredible how much he earns whilst persistently destroying shareholder value. KAT is heading the same way as KIBO and experience tells us MAST is likely to follow suit. I hope those heavily invested here, including me, get to exit with either a profit or limited damage but I am not expecting it. All IMO.
21/4/2021
15:39
yaki: cj41 given your stance - you must be non holder? cj41 21 Apr '21 - 15:29 - 5674 of 5676 KIBO does always live up to expectations and in this case even exceed them by MAST dropping 20% and KIBO 40% (and both still dropping) - Well done LC. Nice job. ‘I have to be honest and say that my expectation tomorrow is that the MAST price after IPO tanks and KIBO share price does the same. There is no point in expecting anything else as this is KIBO. I hope I am wrong though’ - cj41 21 Apr '21 - 15:31 - 5675 of 5676 I think you will find over the road is exactly the same. Rampers, Orr my cj41 21 Apr '21 - 15:34 - 5676 of 5676 That’s to say Rampers, derampers, loads of name calling, posts and posters being removed and some LTHs who believe the more shares they buy the more arrogant and dismissive they can be of anyone who disagrees with them. It’s all a car crash.
21/4/2021
15:29
cj41: KIBO does always live up to expectations and in this case even exceed them by MAST dropping 20% and KIBO 40% (and both stilldropping) - Well done LC. Nice job. 'I have to be honest and say that my expectation tomorrow is that the MAST price after IPO tanks and KIBO share price does the same. There is no point in expecting anything else as this is KIBO. I hope I am wrong though' -
19/4/2021
12:38
cj41: So KIBO will raise more cash through placings to buy waste to power companies and then create a separate company to offload them and end up with a tiny percentage in KIBO and billions more shares. Does that sound familiar? KIBO itself is destined to remain an absolute dog of a share. What about the last 10 years and shed loads of cash spent on CTP? Is that all just dead money? That's why we have a low share price LC thinks he has a clean slate and is starting afresh. What's that all about? Should the CTP projects all be written off now? The share price tells us that there is either no belief in the future of KAT or MAST or that KIBO will end up with a worthwhile share of either of them or that any of the CTP projects have any value at all. All IMO.
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