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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
  -0.006 -1.81% 0.325 11,865,709 09:37:47
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0.32 0.33 0.341 0.325 0.34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -3.90 -0.40 8
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11/5/2021
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 0.33p.
Kibo Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.31p and a 12 week average price of 0.31p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.54p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.17p.
There are currently 2,410,072,391 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,758,805 shares. The market capitalisation of Kibo Energy Plc is £7,832,735.27.
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.
04/5/2021
15:11
yaki: re power project skills/experience etc - what about the Exec Director Chris Schutte From Kibo's website Chris Schutte B(Eng) Mech, MBL, Age 59 Capital Projects’ Director (Executive) Chris has more than 30 years’ experience in the Energy Sector in Southern Africa. This includes 27 years working for Eskom (Electricity Utility in South Africa) in various positions including Power Station Manager and Senior General Manager. He also worked for Tongaat Hulet as Energy Consultant developing a bagasse fired power station. In 2012 he joint an Energy Development Company that works in Mozambique and is Aim listed. He was appointed as non-executive director and later as Executive Director for a period of 5 years. Chris has extensive experience in power station development, construction and management. He also understands the Southern African energy environment and has extensive of experience in EPC processes and negotiations. lurker5 4 May '21 - 15:05 - 5702 of 5702 cj41. You're right. LC has never had an end game in mind (or not one that he either understands, or is willing to share with his benighted shareholders.) eg For his 'flagship' power projects, he has allowed shareholders to think the projects will all belong to them (ie him) whereas their enomous financing needs means outside funders will take the overwhelming share of whatever profit they generate leaaving Kibo a minority shareholder with no clout, while Kibo shareholders always were going to be diluted almost out of existence funding their planning and development. In addition to which there is no 'game plan' for monetising whatever is left. Cash generated won't necessarily come to little old minority shareholder Kibo, without which any 'profit share' LC boasts of and will appear in Kibo's P&L account, won't ever benefit Kibo directly. The truth is that he stumbled upon Rukwa back in 2014, which was all he was left with after all his other mining 'opportunities' evaporated away, and decided he would become an energy magnate ! He has no qualifications or experience in the skills required to bring such projects to fruition. He is a 'lawyer'. (anyone who has had dealings with the breed will know what I mean) and lawyers think they are masters at manipulating a company and its shares in such a way as to benefit hemselves only. (As I've said elsewhere, an amalgam of Walter Mitty, Robert Maxwell, and Pinocchio) All obvious to anyone following Kibo over the years.
04/5/2021
15:05
lurker5: cj41. You're right. LC has never had an end game in mind (or not one that he either understands, or is willing to share with his benighted shareholders.) eg For his 'flagship' power projects, he has allowed shareholders to think the projects will all belong to them (ie him) whereas their enomous financing needs means outside funders will take the overwhelming share of whatever profit they generate leaaving Kibo a minority shareholder with no clout, while Kibo shareholders always were going to be diluted almost out of existence funding their planning and development. In addition to which there is no 'game plan' for monetising whatever is left. Cash generated won't necessarily come to little old minority shareholder Kibo, without which any 'profit share' LC boasts of and will appear in Kibo's P&L account, won't ever benefit Kibo directly. The truth is that he stumbled upon Rukwa back in 2014, which was all he was left with after all his other mining 'opportunities' evaporated away, and decided he would become an energy magnate ! He has no qualifications or experience in the skills required to bring such projects to fruition. He is a 'lawyer'. (anyone who has had dealings with the breed will know what I mean) and lawyers think they are masters at manipulating a company and its shares in such a way as to benefit hemselves only. (As I've said elsewhere, an amalgam of Walter Mitty, Robert Maxwell, and Pinocchio) All obvious to anyone following Kibo over the years.
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.
13/4/2021
18:06
cj41: 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.
30/3/2021
08:25
edgein: Micell, KIBO will remain majority shareholder of MAST/MED once listed holding 55.4% of the issued shares. KIBO holders will benefit as it grows its production and cash flow and will eventually be in a position to pay dividends to shareholders, including KIBO in the future. So KIBO will benefit in two ways, increasing MAST share price as it grows to 300MW capacity and also eventually from cash flow. So its very similar to the equity position that KIBO holds in KAT also. The difference being MAST is very close to being a cash generative subsidiary of KIBO, Blyvoor will hopefully follow that at some point too which KIBO has an indirect interest in through KAT. LC's plan seems to be to remain majority shareholder in MAST. Fast paced growth plans for it over the next couple of years too. Sure we're all looking forward to KIBO's interests/value growing. MAST about to list and our share is worth more than the current cap, KAT over due news on Blyvoor and Haneti, and then there's 3 elephants in the room with the huge national scale CTP projects. Only a matter of time until some of this is reflected in the share price. Regards, Ed.
12/2/2021
14:33
yaki: John Some interesting points here raised Btw, I passed this note with your (at least) TWO avatar names you use here, to the company. I am sure they will be interested in allegations of fraud that you claim LC has committed. Let me answer a few I know. 1) Plutus Powergen corporate mess, now a cash shell, diesel generators that would cost fortune to convert to gas. A have a few good examples of signs why the market is buoyant, but later on them 2) Financing Vendor financing? 3)Free cashflows .09 pence per the 3.5bn Kibo shares Great. At 10-20 x multiple - share price of 0.9p-1.8p. Way higher than current share price lurker5 12 Feb '21 - 13:07 - 5270 of 5271 Having got hold of the Clear Capital 'prospectus' I can see why MED couldn't get its £5.5m on any sort of public market. (Can only reproduce snippets on here because its a pdf) Among a number of abysmal broker puffs I've seen in many years, this is the worst. If River is to prepare one to raise cash for Med on the standard market it will have to be much more honest and open. 1) Med isn't investing in 'the clean energy' market which CC uses as a 'comparator'. Its investing in a tiny sub-set of 'energy' markets - being power generation. 2) CC's comparators are a) Pineapple Power - a tiny start-up cash shell planning to 'invest in clean and renewable energy' - a long way from reserve power b) Powerhouse Energy - a large company planing a plant to generate hydrogen from waste plastics - again nothing to do with reserve power c) Invinity Enery - a manufacturer of energy storage batteries. These, conveniently, have shown good share price growth recently because much more attractive to investors. d) a chart of a global 'clean energy' ETF showing impressive growth and a puff from a "Clean Energy Market Forecast to 2027" projected to grow at 13% cag. Covering major world companies in Hydro and Ocean Power, Solar Energy, Bioenergy, Geothermal Energy, and Wind Energy) and EndUser (Residential, Commercial, and Industrial)markets. Just how relevant is that to Med's prospects ? And of course Surprise Surprise - no mention whatsoever of any company in the UK reserve power market such as Plutus Powergen and the more than 350 other similar companies to be found on Companies House - all of whose operating profits have been decimated in the last four years by upsets in their UK market. As for Med itself - why ? - surprise surprise once again ! We have LC's statement that "Financial modelling indicates projected IRRs of 13-16% and NPVs of GBP16-19 million for the initial assets" - which is exactly the same as his puff three years ago - in turn exactly the same as the puff in 2016 by Plutus Powergen in its prospectus, which has turned out to be misereably unachievable (in it case less than 1/4 its 'projected' profits) - In other word LC, as is his wont, has done absolutely no research into his own market - or if he has is fraudulently concealing the fact that Med's market is dodgy. In fact Mr Yaki seemed to have accepted some time ago, that Bordersley's NPV wouldn't be £16m, but more like £5m. As for LC's promise of "£25k of free cash flow per month per 5MW generation, and therefore £6m pa from the 100MW he 'expects' will be operating by year end - it looks more realistic (less) than would be produced by a claimed 13-16% irr. BUT what he fails to mention is how his 100MW is to be financed. Look up PPG and its relatioship with Rockpool Investments to see the funding structure likely to be used, which will involve MED and Kibo) having to raise a least £25m in equity and another £25m in loans to pay for 100MW capacity. And even if 100MW is achieved, how much will the claimed £6m pa 'free cash flow' (I haven't worked out what the loans will cost) be worth to Kibo shareholders ? If it has is claimed 55% - it will be .09 pence per the 3.5bn Kibo shares it will be issuing over the next few years - NOT COUNTING what it will have to issue (a very large number more shares) to finance its power projects in Africa. You have been warned to do your sums very carefully, and to wait to see whether the Standard Market prospectus pulls any rabbits out of Kibo's very tattered hat, before believing that Med will rescue Kibo from the hole LC has dug for it. As for the rest of CC's'prospectus' I don't have the time to list the other misleading and irrelevant statements in it. In fact the only part that is honest is the list of risks. (Can't copy here I'm afraid)
04/2/2021
13:27
yaki: cj I agree with most of what you say and this is why KIBO is trading so low compared to lots of players out there, eg NCCL However, I disagree strongly with "...or all we know the IPO has had no significant interest and it gets away at way below expected share price " My sources close to the sole broker for MED are telling me that they reached the 4.5m and now aiming for a 1m extra. The book expected to close pretty soon, if hasn't, as my info is from y'day. Also I expected much lower valuation, at 10m, valuing KIBO assets at 5m, valuation of 23.5m and KIBO share of 55% of that is way higher than I expected. Let's say that 13m MED valuation for KIBO is c 0.7p vs 0.3p now! Also on MED, the CEO is actually highly regarded chap who has tons of energy experience! cj41 4 Feb '21 - 12:40 - 5151 of 5153 To be honest Yaki this has the potential to go somewhere but due to the management also has the potential to go absolutely nowhere as it has for the last 6 years. It remains a very high risk share. For all we know the IPO has had no significant interest and it gets away at way below expected share price Where is the Baobab PPA which was due at the end of September? What is happening with MCPP if anything? What is happening with Bots? No one actually knows but the company has and always will use the ‘progressing well’ line which has worn extremely thin. LC remains devoid of credibility as he has still achieved zero other than massive destruction of shareholder value.
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