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Quadrise Fuels International LSE:QFI London Ordinary Share GB00B11DDB67 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.03p +1.31% 2.325p 2.25p 2.40p - - - 247,195 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -3.6 -0.4 - 20.05

Quadrise Fuels Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/12/2018
15:48
Just like your posts you s cumm bag,
h50j20t60
12/12/2018
12:28
Should be good
kreature
12/12/2018
11:07
Investor conference call only 17 days after the AGM? And they didn't know about fund raising at the AGM? This stinks. Methinks the board need to take cookery lessons available only in Melton Mowbray.
sallad3
11/12/2018
06:52
sallad,, will this not be sufficient for one or more of Jason's follies-sorry, I meant jollies?
brookemia
10/12/2018
14:59
Guess what Jeeves qfi is around this time this year. Sighhhh numbnuts strikes again
gaz6666
10/12/2018
14:04
So where is the new state-or-the-art research facility? Is it in the office toilet or something?
kreature
10/12/2018
10:02
One needs to read the open offer document.... No minimum acceptance for the Open Offer Pursuant to the terms of the Open Offer there is no minimum acceptance set by the Company. As a result,a small amount may be raised pursuant to the Open Offer which may extend operations of the Company by only a short period beyond 31 January 2019. In this instance, and in the event additional funds are not secured by the Company, the Board believes that it would be probable that the Company would become insolvent and would need ..... ..............to seek a winding-up order in the English Courts. So there is no Plan B.
sallad3
10/12/2018
09:29
I mad a los -don't you just love it? Obviously, your silly dot matches your silly moniker!
brookemia
10/12/2018
09:27
butler, good morning, how can you make this assumption, when our most insightful investor-gassyboy-is still very confident of success?
brookemia
09/12/2018
20:11
kreature... are you serious ? it's a multinational, so it'll be 500 euros surely ???
brookemia
09/12/2018
16:17
Could be Freepoint, or Akzo, anyone who could perhaps benefit from the total 100% failures, the offset tax loss thing in the UK. But I don't think they would need to pay 23m. Five hundred quid would be enough surely ? Give it a few weeks
kreature
09/12/2018
10:25
Flogging a dead horse and shutting the stable door after the horse ahs bolted comes to mind - Having watched this flea ridded dog for many years and the bullish postings with much cycnicism - if I was an investor - which I am not - I would try to salvage what funds were left - In a world of global warming what chance of progress ? Even Esso are pushing algae!!
pugugly
09/12/2018
10:15
Oh dear. Faster than even I thought. Looks like a Freepoint 100% takeout is the only realistic deal £25m tops. They have played a blinder.
sallad3
09/12/2018
09:20
kreature, not a bad summary, however, why is Jason-Air-Miles plus Captain Kirk going to Japan?....JGC contract negotiations perhaps?
brookemia
08/12/2018
14:13
So was the "MTP" (Empty?) RNS MOU with a) a 'European multinational integrated oil and gas company' b) 'a European Oil Major' c) ' the "Major" ' d) Not with an Oil Major at all. My guess is d), i.e. not with BP Shell or Total, or anything of the sort. Just like an MT Program, running on MT. IMO
kreature
08/12/2018
09:41
Morning gassyboy, can't read your post, would like another to re-post, for sure it will be illuminating! Getting ready for Chrimble Gassyboy, have you been helping with The Park Decorations, don't you be climbing those trees with decorations, that white cider might be a dangerous combination with slippery branches!
brookemia
07/12/2018
19:03
You certainly have the right name or should it be American nobhead?
gaz6666
07/12/2018
15:46
Reply | Recommend | Report VistaMan Posts: 56 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 2.36 RE: Hold your horses Today 13:43 ramblingsid, I disagree with your "cost cutting". I don't think the BOD have reduced the cost run rate significantly. In the RNS dated March 27 I quote: "During the reporting period a number of actions were taken to reduce expenditure, which collectively delivered annual cash savings in excess of £500,000, representing over 18% of the Company's fixed costs. So the run rate before reductions was £500,000 / 0.18 = £2.77MM. The current run rate of £220k / month is £2.64MM per annum. Not much sign of cost constraint there considering Thanawala has left and therefore one less director to pay. Is the remuneration of our 2 directors appropriate for a company that has never had any significant revenue? They are not running a mid cap company! That's correct Waldorf, they're running a MAD-CAP Company
brookemia
07/12/2018
15:44
Alan Hall 15:41 (0 minutes ago) to l.mutch, d.shah, h.thanawala, info, ir, j.miles, p.snaith, m.kirk Subject Header: Mr Jason-Dyson Air-Miles Is it any wonder we need cash, with Mr Air-Miles hoovering up all our funds with his totally non-productive "Jollies"
brookemia
07/12/2018
15:24
What happens if they only raise some of the cash, say half?
baloo99
07/12/2018
13:15
TWOAT following immediately the AGM 'Finally, a small group of us had an interesting discussion with the former FD after the meeting closed. This left me with a strong assurance that there was no immediate intention to raise on the back of recent news.........That217;s why I will be throwing some further cash at this if there is any price weakness whilst we wait.' TWOAT today on 3i : 'Yep, have to say I’m surprised that they have launched the fund raising so soon after the AGM as the BoD seemed very relaxed about the issue then, so maybe something has arisen which means they need cash sooner rather than later, like buying another MMU?'
kreature
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