Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scirocco Energy Plc LSE:SCIR London Ordinary Share GB00BF1BK408 ORD 0.20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.425 86,795 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.40 0.45 0.425 0.425 0.425
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -3.32 -0.57 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:21:12 O 16,298 0.401 GBX

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Scirocco Energy Daily Update: Scirocco Energy Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCIR. The last closing price for Scirocco Energy was 0.43p.
Scirocco Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.42p and a 12 week average price of 0.42p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.42p.
There are currently 825,203,178 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,646,483 shares. The market capitalisation of Scirocco Energy Plc is £3,507,113.51.
dhelect: Hi Think his name was Ritson he ripped this company off by millions in wages etc.Now he's past it on to these new idiots which promise share holder value but what are they doing except for paying there wages and millions to company's they are involved with? It's a golding opportunity now for what they are proposing why are they not taking the opportunity not to take advantage of the situation.
raisethestake1: Tomorrow for news as per previous RNS which promises news update by months end. Hope it's not usual spiel. This is dragging out and seriously affecting share value.
knightrider69: All the world class w@nk they talked about for years while they filled their boots. Meanwhile all cash is gone and share price in gutter. Bunch of ....
chopsy: AEX may be a buy, but SCIR needs funding or farm out to participate in CH-1. I guess complete divestment is also a possibility.
chopsy: Aex up and scir up. Maybe the 3D will be published soon?
raisethestake1: Exciting times for SCIR. Plenty of twist and turns on the way with possible sale of Tanzanian assets.
barony: Aex have a fee carry for their share of the development costs of Chikumbi 1 =$35m. How much will the seismic costs share be for Scirocco and do we have the cash? Why haven’t we managed to sell this yet?
knightrider69: Bring back ritson least he had price above 2p. These guys just suck cash out
johncasey: Scirocco Energy PLC Response to Investor Forum Speculation 05/07/2021 4:36pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Scirocco Energy (LSE:SCIR) Intraday Stock Chart Monday 5 July 2021 Click Here for more Scirocco Energy Charts. TIDMSCIR RNS Number : 2271E Scirocco Energy PLC 05 July 2021 5 July 2021 Scirocco Energy plc ("Scirocco" or "the Company") Response to Investor Forum Speculation Scirocco Energy (AIM: SCIR), the AIM investing company targeting attractive production and development opportunities within the European energy market, provides the response to erroneous speculation on investor forums regarding its intentions with regard to corporate activity in the oil and gas sector generally and with Block Energy PLC ("Block Energy") in particular. The Board of Scirocco wishes to categorically state that it has never had, nor currently has any intention to engage in corporate discussions with Block Energy. Scirocco has clearly stated a strategic intention to focus on the sustainable energy and circular economy and will therefore not consider new investments in Oil and Gas assets or businesses. As such any speculation that SCIR is considering any form of corporate engagement with Block Energy is completely false. Furthermore, the Board confirms that none of its Directors are looking to join the Board of Block Energy and any speculation to the contrary on the forums is also completely erroneous. Scirocco's non-Executive Chairman Alastair Ferguson and non-Executive Director Jon Fitzpatrick do have independent material shareholdings in Block Energy, alongside numerous other personal investments, however they are independent of one another, and those holdings represent the extent of their involvement in that company.
goggin: This from their website - but what have they done exactly? Is this all bullxxxt? Website is pathetic, stills lifted from stock photos, so amateur. Is this what Scirocco is about, jobs for the boys. Look where the share price is, how much are these guys paying themselves with their fancy tans on YouTube. Never trust a ceo with a sun tan - During 2010 the UK government announced it intended to decarbonise electricity production by incentivising green energy production through a range of incentives such as feed in tariffs and renewable obligation certificates. The purpose was to provide a bankable income profile for qualifying projects, which in most cases, provided a 20-year predictable income. As a result of the attractive incentive levels, there was quick and widespread deployment of renewable technology, particularly the 'low hanging fruit' of solar PV and onshore wind. The incentives quickly attracted the attention of the investment community, and those previously involved in the property sector became heavily involved in the relatively simple technology deployment that solar and wind provided. The key consideration in the majority of these projects was the property element, planning permissions, forms of lease and grid connections, rather than the efficient deployment and operation of the technology.Incentives started to degrade over the following years prior to 2015 with many investment firms raising capital funds through tax driven EIS schemes, many millions of capital was deployed into large complicated biogas and synthetic gas projects, which required full engineering teams and appropriate levels of operating experience.UK based EIS funds invested several hundred million into projects and assets that are now increasingly underperforming, and indeed insolvent. In 2019 EAG has been approached by a range of funds to assess, restructure and rescue these assets by way of acquisition and refurbishment.Embarking on an acquisition process in the green gas, and associated sector throughout 2020, 2021 and 2022, is likely to result in a highly cash generative and much sought-after portfolio of investment grade assets. Recent announcements by the UK government have clearly indicated the direction of travel in the decarbonization of the heating and transport sectors, which EAG is perfectly positioned to take advantage of.
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