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  0.05 1.9% 2.675 1,713,385 16:35:16
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22/9/2020
09:20
Quadrise Fuels Daily Update: Quadrise Fuels International Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QFI. The last closing price for Quadrise Fuels was 2.63p.
Quadrise Fuels International Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.51p and a 12 week average price of 1.58p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.22p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.10p.
There are currently 1,053,900,774 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,283,500 shares. The market capitalisation of Quadrise Fuels International Plc is £28,191,845.70.
16/9/2020
08:40
under the radar: OT ... Heads up - it’s time to invest in BOR !! Borders and Southern :- 1)465m barrels of condensate (light sweet crude) 2)Own 100% of all acreage 3)Darwin (discovery) costs are under $35 a barrel 4)474m shares in issue 5)£3m mkt cap = nothing at all priced in and priced to fail 6)Bod own over 10% of shares 7)Rkh sea lion will get sanctioned next year which will do wonders for BOR 8)Bottomed - no sellers left as all flushed out 9)Bullish divergence on chart with bullish white candles being formed and it’s totally oversold on stochastic rsi 10)Enough money to last until April 2023 11)Update due in next 2 weeks The Market was over pessimistic and now a correction is due (it’s JUST starting now) Share price 0.7525p - it won’t be under 1p for long imho Put it on your watch list at the very least and see for yourself what happens I wish you luck whatever you decide! ATB
25/8/2020
21:55
brookemia: foxm Posts: 349 Price: 3.30 No Opinion RE: HOLDING STEADYToday 14:44 I'm a troll?? Really? So you're happy with the Bergen deal then? Let me remind you that the share price was 7.5p last summer, at EXACTLY the time funding was being looked into. So far Bergen have converted just over 58 million shares at an average price of 1.29p, add in the 8 or 9 million shares they got up front for free, and you think Mike did a great job? That's one hell of a discount from 7.5p, it's one of the worst funding deals in history. And it was predicted, two days after the RNS, by you know who. A standard fundraising for £2m last year at 3.96p would have been just over 50 miilion shares. Bergen still have £1.4m to convert, how many do you think they will end up with? But I'm not allowed to criticise him? Being too harsh am I? If you don't like what I post DP, filter me.
20/8/2020
07:25
ducky fuzz: Hello Tidy .. Will the placing effect the share price ? Will the sale of the 18,750,000 shares start right away ? QFI's share price has done really well of late. But like every other company needs money to progress.
09/7/2020
17:31
rmart: from l s e Top QFI projects in my humble opinion: Morocco = Modest but very important Ecaudor = Sounds very interesting and obvious share price changing on its own Shipping Companies x 2 (LONO) = Sounds very interesting and obvious share price changing on its own European Oil Refiner = Sounds very interesting and obvious share price changing on its own Saudi = Retirement Valkor/Utah = New and probably bottom of the list until about a month or so ago (personally speaking). Speed of project exciting, just need to know the terms if deal done (we do not yet) and if/whom the end users could be...... Jury out but possibly very nice
19/2/2020
10:30
brookemia: Notice of Interim Results and Business Update Quadrise Fuels International | QFI | 2.5 0 0.0% | Mkt Cap: 25.1m London Stock Exchange RNS Number : 1315D Quadrise Fuels International PLC 17 February 2020 17 February 2020 Quadrise Fuels International plc ("Quadrise", "QFI", the "Company" and together with its subsidiaries the "Group") Notice of Interim Results and Business Update Quadrise Fuels International plc (AIM: QFI) provides the following update ahead of its interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2019, which the Company intends to announce on 30 March 2020. The results announcement will be followed by an investor conference call, further details will be provided in due course. Business Development Overview The Company has continued to make progress across its portfolio of business development opportunities with global partners. As highlighted previously, the strategy of pursuing a diversified range of opportunities provides Quadrise with access to a rich body of experience through its various partners at negligible cash cost, combined with opportunities to fully leverage its in-house business development capabilities. The Company remains focused on translating the opportunities being progressed during 2020 into projects with clear commercial revenue potential. Developments Post-AGM Progress has been made in a number of areas that has enabled Quadrise to increase the breadth and depth of its business development programme, addressing the vast majority of the potential MSAR® market opportunity. Developments by MSAR® market segment are summarised below. Industrial Applications Morocco - Two site visits to Morocco took place, in December and January respectively, concluding with the completion of a Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study of the pilot kiln and the associated QFI equipment that will be used to undertake the trial. The pumping and heating unit fabrication at our Quadrise Research Facility ("QRF") is now close to completion and the fuel for the trial is due to be manufactured at QRF this month. The fuel and equipment will then be transported to site in time for the trial to commence in March 2020. Pending the positive outcome of this first phase, which we are anticipating should be completed in early Q2 2020, the intention is to progress to the second phase of paid feasibility studies for larger trials that are a precursor to commercial roll-out in the partners' facilities. Power Applications, Refinery Refuelling, & Co-Development Opportunities · Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Al Khafrah Holdings and Aleph Commodities) - In conjunction with the Al Khafrah Holding Group, work continues to deliver high level engagement with major stakeholders in KSA to agree, as soon as possible during 2020, project details for a power plant trial. As mentioned during the AGM, this work includes the opportunity to consider MSAR® manufacture in KSA at a lower cost. · South America (Freepoint Commodities) - QFI and Freepoint jointly met with senior management of a national oil company in South America, where there is an MSAR® opportunity for refinery refuelling, leading to domestic power generation and export opportunities that would reduce distillate import requirements for the client. · Mexico (Redliner & Freepoint Commodities) - Quadrise continues to engage with key stakeholders and decision makers in the energy sector to initiate MSAR® technology testing and deployment in Mexico. MSAR® opportunities include refinery refuelling, domestic power generation and fuel exports that reduce distillate fuel imports. QFI has recently met with a major independent power project developer, who is supportive of MSAR® deployment, to provide economic and environmental advantages to new build power projects. · European Refiner -The client is now comparing the economics of MSAR® with another refinery solution (which requires complex refinery testing during Q2 and Q3 2020) to enable IMO 2020 compliant fuel supply. It is anticipated that the client will make a decision at the end of Q3 2020. If MSAR® is selected, the Company would expect to finalise the site trial agreement, including schedule, for refinery refuelling during Q4 2020. · Nouryon - We have held positive discussions regarding business collaboration opportunities between Quadrise, Nouryon and related companies within the Carlyle Group. · Kuwait (Aleph Commodities and Hawazin) - An MSAR® refinery refuelling opportunity is being explored for the new refinery and information is being exchanged with the client team to review this in more detail alongside with Hawazin. If the project economics are positive, Quadrise will undertake a feasibility study and develop an implementation plan to present to the client team in Kuwait. Marine Applications · Marine - The implementation of IMO 2020 compliance remains the main focus for shipping companies and operators during Q1 2020. The Company has had positive meetings with senior management of two major shipping companies, each with major fleets and leading positions in scrubber implementation in their segments of the shipping industry. Further meetings with these companies are being planned during H1 2020 to investigate potential MSAR® Letter Of No Objection ("LONO") testing and commercial deployment, on success, to reduce fuel costs further whilst improving environmental performance. Quadrise is also investigating the merits of establishing, or linking with, a physical bunker fuel supplier, to provide a supply network for high sulphur fuels in parallel with MSAR® for the LONO testing opportunities. Further updates in this regard will be provided, as appropriate, in due course. Upstream Applications · Merlin - Joint meetings have been held with an upstream developer with MSAR® potential in Africa, and parallel opportunities in South America are being jointly screened. · Other - Quadrise is also in preliminary discussions directly with upstream developers in Africa and North America, both of whom have concessions for extraction of heavy sweet crude oil / bitumen that potentially would benefit from the implementation of MSAR® technology. Other There are no material updates to report during the period to developments with the European Oil Major, Maersk, Bitumina, JGC or API Poly GCL. Funding Our existing cash resources continue to enable the Group to pursue our business development activities throughout calendar year 2020, with a further £2 million of funding potentially available to the Company from August 2020 pursuant to the previously announced convertible security instrument. If the Company is able to draw down this additional funding in August 2020, subject to conditions precedent being met, the additional funds would be expected to meet project expenditure that is currently anticipated. However, the Company is cognisant that in order to have a high degree of confidence that this additional funding is available, we will need to be able to demonstrate substantive progress on our projects and for this progress to be reflected in a steadily appreciating share price. The QFI Board believes that the business development pipeline above provides the platform needed to deliver our strategy of translating opportunities during 2020 into projects with commercial revenue potential, and we look forward to providing further updates on progress. For additional information, please contact: Mickey Mouse Disney world Florida 😂😅😂😂 8517;😂ԍ15;🤣 Gassyboy🐑28017;🐑€017;🐑㈁7;
24/1/2020
09:43
jaknife: There's an outstanding death spiral convertible out there that hasn't been converted yet Https://www.investegate.co.uk/quadrise-fuels-intnl--qfi-/rns/convertible-securities--issue-of-equity---warrants/201908230700060020K/ So on the one hand Quadrise has the cash, but on the other hand the shares haven't yet been issued and the price at which they're going to be issued hasn't been determined yet. The death spiral provider is Bergen, some examples of Bergen's work were pasted back here: Https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=25700341&from=44241 There was a conference call back in August last year where a chap by the name of Tim Kempster pointed out the damaging effect that death spirals have on share prices but the Chairman Mike Kirk reassured everyone listening that Bergen wouldn't sell into a falling share price and the longs all shouted "you shouldn't listen to Tim, he's an evil shorter". Trouble is that Mike lied and Tim was right, the QFI chart at the top of this page illustrates that point to perfection! JakNife
27/6/2019
10:00
becclesbasher: I am certainly an investor in QFI. What offends me are the self appointed"experts",the likes of Tongusting and Brokemaniac, taking such pleasure whenever the QFI share price drops. I expect the share price to continue on its upward trend and for both those morons to continue posting their poisonous drivel. Kreature is a different matter. He has a touch of whimsy about him.
20/11/2017
11:47
sb: Brookaemia has shown what an idiot he/ she is ... and is now trying to spin it that he /she has achieved something ... errrr.... yes ..... the QFI share price has gone UP ... but at a cost to QFI and its shareholders to rebutt the BS and issue a RNS, and someone should be made to pay. The intention of his / her actions over the weekend is obvious from comment 39818 to the kreature : "Have fun on Monday my "short" friend" ....it was price destabilisation .... and so I hope the book is thrown at him / her ... Oh ... and learn to write English ... what-if ... anything-is ... I guess it's a second language wherever you are ... ? My Saudi source ... hahahaha... oh dear...
20/6/2017
20:07
brookemia: as promised: Alan Hall 10 Jun (10 days ago) to Mikkel.Elbek.L., stm Maersk and Danish PM Dear Sirs, I can only presume that my recent email, has not been fully investigated, as I have had neither a reply or courteous acknowledgement of receipt. I shall await your reply by Wednesday 14th June, and then shall escalate my involvement of The MEP's to the EU yours truly Alan & Wendy Hall ​Danish PM: 9/6/2017 Dear Prime Minister, I would draw your attention to the above-named collaborative, contractually-defined arrangement between The Maersk group, and Quadrise Fuels International. I shall be as brief as possible, some time ago in 2016, Maersk approached QFI for them to conduct a trial on board The Seago Istanbul, to trial a new ground-breaking emulsion fuel, which if successful would be an innovative fuel with great benefits to the environment and to marine shipping Companies. All was going well, but with the financial muscle and power that Maersk displays and uses, QFI were not allowed to disclose much detail, because of Non-Disclosure Agreements that Maersk have and continue to impose, rather excessively it is perceived. The vessel "allegedly" hit a buoy, although with modern technology/sonar/radar and on duty watchmen, this is rather surprising? Following this "collision", QFI were informed that the vessel was to go into dry dock, with little additional details as per Maersk's cloak of secrecy. QFI were subsequently advised in March 2017 that the trial had been suspended after remaining onboard MSAR had been consumed, DESPITE Maersk confirming that thus far The Trial was a success. QFI were subsequently advised that Maersk would only use compliant fuels from 2020, and that the use of MSAR along with scrubbers-which was/is the preferred option for many in the marine fuel and refining industries, that see the use of high sulphur fuel and scrubbers as the most economic option for 2020 IMO sulphur regulations. It is more surprising as Maersk have already installed scrubbers on some vessels. Also their intended use of Low-sulphur fuel would put them at a distinct disadvantage with their competitors. Maersk's actions decimated the QFI share price and have cost many UK/International shareholders, many thousands/hundreds of thousands of pounds in financial losses, with their unilateral action. I am not sure that this would be allowed to happen in Denmark, as there would be a public outcry. We were advised that Maersk would receive the Interim Inspection LONO reports by end of May 2017. Maersk also previously confirmed that they would work collaboratively with QFI to progress the commercialisation of MSAR to the wider global Marine Industry. I would be grateful, if you would seek assurances from Maersk, that this is still the case, given their contrarian views on the product, and also how they could address the financial plight of these unfortunate Investors, that have occurred, only because of the actions of Maersk. I would ask The MEP's if this question could be raised in The European Parliament as a matter of urgency on behalf of UK Investors. Thanking you Prime Minister for taking the time to read, this unfortunate, but avoidable situation. Hi (redacted)   QFI Director Cheers, and I shall keep to my word, however is it against the rules to just let me know if an MMU is in place either now/shortly, as to how could the trial take place without one? I shall, if, in receipt of a satisfactory answer, also postpone any escalation of MEP's involvement, which might be at the least-irritating. This is not an attempt at unethical behaviour (redacted), I assure you of that. I just need to know(redacted), if my investment is safe, along with my family and whether to-if possible-increase my holdings, in order to take advantage of any possible news uplift. Strangely enough The FT financial pundit gives a year-end share price of 29.75P, now, from where did he get that little nugget? Assuring you of my word kind regards Akzo Nobel/Danish PM/Maersk Public Relations: Dear Sirs, Would you please submit this to the correct department. Please advise me as a shareholder what are Akzo-Nobel's views on the way that Maersk have dumped QFI and Akzo-Nobel, in their public "divorce" of QFI and the MSAR Trial. They have decimated the Share price and nearly brought the Company to bankruptcy. They are holding out on The Wartsila Interim Report, having publicly stated that are not pursuing MSAR and scrubber options, having had the report for a week, and obviously in possession of the true facts, as they had publicly stated that- up to the mysterious "collision" with a buoy-the trial had been a success How do you feel- as a co-partner and renowned Company of good practice about this disgraceful behaviour by Maersk. yours truly Maersk/Danish PM/7 Eastern region MEP's: Dear Sirs, It has been a week since Wartsila have issued you with their Draft report and review. You were already in possession of most of the relevant facts as you have publicly stated that it was a success until The mysterious "Buoygate" affair, where- despite a modern ship with attendant sonar, radar, and watchmen- you were unable to avoid a "collision" and unable , surprisingly-given your massive resources unable  to continue with the trial ? You subsequently publicly "divorced" QFI pronouncing to the world that you would not be adopting MSAR with scrubbers as a viable way forward. This is despite contrarian views in the Marine environment, and the fact that you have installed scrubbers on some of your ships. How can you on one hand, say publicly, that you are contractually obligated to pursue the collaboration with QFI to a satisfactory conclusion, and on the other hand reduce our Share price to its knees, and destroy thousands of shareholder dreams and aspirations. I have made initial enquiries to MEP's, and in the absence of a courtesy acknowledgement form your Danish PM, and a satisfactory reply from yourselves, I shall escalate the involvement of British MEP's, as your usual "cloak of secrecy" persists, and your stranglehold and veto of QFI's ability to release news that might help us, prohibits QFI from any public positive announcements. I am not entirely sure of regulations in Denmark, but I suspect that this kind of censure would not be tolerated. yours truly Reply from Maersk 19th June Alan,   As previously stated we refer to Quadrise communication regarding MSAR – specifically on the receipt of the Interim Letter Of No Objection, I refer to this latest announcement on 8 June by Quadrise: http://hsprod.investis.com/servlet/HsPublic?context=ir.access&ir_option=RNS_NEWS&ir_client_id=4867&item=2816712567160832   Best regards Mikkel I have had calls from QFI-already stated-and they are not happy with my emails, I told them that I was not happy with their performance, and also the former and current Directors who have had made gains. I have tried, but a wall of silence and no reply from Danish PM or any Eastern region MEP, but Nigel Farage emailed me from Brussels, and said it was a legal issue and that we should pursue it from that perspective. I am at a loss now, but can only suggest pressure is piled on individually to QFI. regards Alan
08/6/2017
12:09
brookemia: as previously advised, this was sent to Danish PM, CEO Maersk, 7 MEP's and Qfi, Captain Kirk. Please feel free and would appreciate it being forwarded to your own MEP's(just google) UK MEP's: Dear Prime Minister, I would draw your attention to the above-named collaborative, contractually-defined arrangement between The Maersk group, and Quadrise Fuels International. I shall be as brief as possible, some time ago in 2016, Maersk approached QFI for them to conduct a trial on board The Seago Istanbul, to trial a new ground-breaking emulsion fuel, which if successful would be an innovative fuel with great benefits to the environment and to marine shipping Companies. All was going well, but with the financial muscle and power that Maersk displays and uses, QFI were not allowed to disclose much detail, because of Non-Disclosure Agreements that Maersk have and continue to impose, rather excessively it is perceived. The vessel "allegedly" hit a buoy, although with modern technology/sonar/radar and on duty watchmen, this is rather surprising? Following this "collision", QFI were informed that the vessel was to go into dry dock, with little additional details as per Maersk's cloak of secrecy. QFI were subsequently advised in March 2017 that the trial had been suspended after remaining onboard MSAR had been consumed, DESPITE Maersk confirming that thus far The Trial was a success. QFI were subsequently advised that Maersk would only use compliant fuels from 2020, and that the use of MSAR along with scrubbers-which was/is the preferred option for many in the marine fuel and refining industries, that see the use of high sulphur fuel and scrubbers as the most economic option for 2020 IMO sulphur regulations. It is more surprising as Maersk have already installed scrubbers on some vessels. Also their intended use of Low-sulphur fuel would put them at a distinct disadvantage with their competitors. Maersk's actions decimated the QFI share price and have cost many UK/International shareholders, many thousands/hundreds of thousands of pounds in financial losses, with their unilateral action. I am not sure that this would be allowed to happen in Denmark, as there would be a public outcry. We were advised that Maersk would receive the Interim Inspection LONO reports by end of May 2017. Maersk also previously confirmed that they would work collaboratively with QFI to progress the commercialisation of MSAR to the wider global Marine Industry. I would be grateful, if you would seek assurances from Maersk, that this is still the case, given their contrarian views on the product, and also how they could address the financial plight of these unfortunate Investors, that have occurred, only because of the actions of Maersk. I would ask The MEP's if this question could be raised in The European Parliament as a matter of urgency on behalf of UK Investors. Thanking you Prime Minister for taking the time to read, this unfortunate, but avoidable situation.
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