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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.50 6.19% 60.00 59.00 61.00 60.00 55.50 55.50 341,372 16:35:26
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20/9/2022
06:09
Nice RNS. Would prefer funding news but all goes towards bolstering the sp
sirmark
16/9/2022
15:39
good post lewis.

otherwise ........yawn yawn yawn

quepassa
16/9/2022
14:17
Energy is separate, that has increased 300-400% over the last 18 months. In addition wealth isn't evenly distributed, Joe public have less of it, the rich are richer. The rich can afford the price hikes, the 150 billion weirdly is applied to them too. This is why it is flawed.
lewis winthorpe
16/9/2022
00:20
QP, Try learning a bit about Macro Economics ~ Cash is what the Public use in day to day transactions, there is now too much of the stuff in circulation because Governments around the World kept giving it away to people during Covid. Inflation is caused when People have too much free cash thereby allowing Retailers to push prices up.

The Energy crisis is artificially adding to the price rises as Power companies take the opportunity to make Windfall profits generating flow on effects to the cost of producing consumer goods.

Government Finance is a totally separate economic mechanism, Infrastructure investment creates long term wealth for a Country.

chinasyndrome
15/9/2022
11:23
Oh, ok then, yeah right, got it.

there's too much cash in the economy...

hmmmm........


1. If there's too much cash in the economy - why is the gov't about to borrow another £150 billion??

They are not borrowing that money to buy infrastructure projects but to subsidise electricity and gas bills for the poor and needy.

The man in the street doesn't have any money to pay his gas and electric bills - and 100% of the government subsidies will de facto go straight back to the power fuel suppliers.

2. Great Depression - employment to the masses.....wow!


Question please - what is the current UNEMPLOYMENT RATE in the UK.

Is it not the lowest for 50 years?

quepassa
15/9/2022
10:54
QP, Inflation is one symptom of too much cash circulating within the Economy, specifically cash in the hands of the Public; Converting cash into Infrastructure was one way Australia extracted itself from the Great Depression ~ Snowy Mountains and Murrumbidgee Irrigation projects etc were all Gov't financed and provided employment to the masses while adding Capital value to the Country.
chinasyndrome
15/9/2022
09:58
Very unlikely the Tories will allow their flagship 'levelling-up' policies to be affected by a small thing like inflation, when their political survival will be at stake shortly

Saltend (freeport) and associated Rare Earth and Lithium processing operations will be the absolutely last things to be abandoned for so many reasons including lessons (at last) learnt from Russia & gas situation

mikethebike4
15/9/2022
07:06
FT page 2 today.

Article headed:-

" Rising prices threaten levelling-up projects - Tory flagship policy under pressure as inflation eats into redevelopment funds".

Earlier posts refer

quepassa
14/9/2022
16:17
Good article from today.

hTTps://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/STATEMENT_22_5523

“Lithium and rare earths will soon be more important than oil and gas. Our demand for rare earths alone will increase fivefold by 2030. […] We must avoid becoming dependent again, as we did with oil and gas. […] We will identify strategic projects all along the supply chain, from extraction to refining, from processing to recycling. And we will build up strategic reserves where supply is at risk. This is why today I am announcing a European Critical Raw Materials Act.” ...

odsjp
14/9/2022
12:08
I need a 100% rose now just to break even ffs
sirmark
13/9/2022
14:56
I agree. Lots of upside if it works. We just need to be patient and hope that all the moving parts fall into place.
mwj1959
13/9/2022
10:41
Your not wrong there, but I am not going to quibble over a couple of extra percent interest over two or three years ($500M x 2% = $10-30M) when the share price should double on the announcement and then hopefully be around 10GBP within 5 years (US$1-2B)?
chinasyndrome
13/9/2022
08:53
I hope that you a right as raising the necessary financing for both PRE and ALK is the critical next phase of these projects. My point was that while these projects are likely to get funding through the bond market the terms of this funding are likely to be far less attractive than they were 12 - 18m ago. And that will ultimately impact LT returns for shareholders.
mwj1959
13/9/2022
00:20
Hi MWJ, There are at least 2,000 people on this Planet that could fund these Companies with their spare change !

With the cost of money going up, your average citizen can no longer afford to buy his next house; where will the people & Banks who have spare cash park their money ? Investments that have the potential to expand significantly will become Prime investment opportunities.

chinasyndrome
12/9/2022
18:05
In terms of funding it was interesting to hear PA at the Proactive Conference on the 8th when he was presenting on ALK. When asked about how the construction costs for Thames Valley Lithium were going to be funded he made it clear that it would not be by via the government, because it would take too long, but via the bond market (they think they will be funded by Q1 23). He said that he had already gone through this process with another company recently, which I presume refers to PRE. Not that we've seen any announcement on that from PRE yet (and I'm guessing that is likely to be before ALK). Won't be cheap given the sharp rise in borrowing costs in the past 12m, particularly in the HY market. And a lot of money to be raising between the two companies.
mwj1959
12/9/2022
15:26
All very positive

Pensana Chairman Paul Atherley meets with Equinor President and CEO Anders Opedal, to discuss the use of H2H low carbon hydrogen to recycle wind turbines.

Pensana was invited as partner to the H2H Saltend project to present to the Board of Equinor an overview of its plans to establish an independent and sustainable rare earth supply chain and the joint study with Equinor to use hydrogen to recycle end-of-life wind turbine nacelles.

H2H Saltend is Equinor’s flagship 600 megawatt low carbon hydrogen production plant with carbon capture which offers to reduce the site’s CO2 emissions by nearly one million tonnes annually; 30% of the Saltend Chemicals Parks’ total emissions.

Equinor is an international energy company operating across 36 countries and currently supplying over 25% of the UK’s gas requirements.

Pensana is currently in discussion with major offshore wind OEMs about providing an independent and sustainable supply of rare earths for the manufacture of the magnets to be used in the nacelles of the wind turbines going into the 50GW of offshore wind into the North Sea.

It is studying with Equinor, the use of low carbon hydrogen to be produced at Saltend, to recycle the 7 tonnes of permanent magnets in each of the 260 metre high 13MW Haliade X turbines being installed in the 3.6GW Dogger Bank windfarm.
For further information, please contact, CEO Tim George or Chairman Paul Atherley at contact@pensana.co.uk or visit www.pensana.co.uk

mikethebike4
09/9/2022
10:33
To early for any significant price movements

Would be nice to see a photograph of preparations for the construction underway at Saltend though

mikethebike4
08/9/2022
15:30
Yep been very disappointing px action for what this has the potential to be...think kwarsi in number 11 will be supportive.
dmitribollokov
08/9/2022
14:25
I'm grateful for any up-day !!!

Let's get back over a pound and we can't start to be a little happier... on 45p to go.

sirmark
08/9/2022
10:25
Nice rise today in advance of General Meeting tomorrow

Notice Liz Truss used the phrase 'spades in the ground' in her maiden speech

Kwasi used just the same phrase during his visit to Saltend

Significant I would say !

Ideal project for the Conservatives - even Rees-Mogg

They won't let it fail

mikethebike4
07/9/2022
09:52
I suspect he will be harder for PA to smooth talk than KK...
mwj1959
07/9/2022
07:40
Kwarteng gone.

Rees-Mogg takes over.

quepassa
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