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SAE Simec Atlantis Energy Limited

2.60
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Simec Atlantis Energy Limited LSE:SAE London Ordinary Share SG9999011118 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 2.60 2.50 2.80 2.65 2.60 2.60 538,352 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Steam,gas,hydraulic Turbines 7.4M -9.65M -0.0133 -1.99 18.79M
Simec Atlantis Energy Limited is listed in the Steam,gas,hydraulic Turbines sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAE. The last closing price for Simec Atlantis Energy was 2.60p. Over the last year, Simec Atlantis Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 0.75p to 2.95p.

Simec Atlantis Energy currently has 722,812,335 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Simec Atlantis Energy is £18.79 million. Simec Atlantis Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.99.

Simec Atlantis Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/1/2024
11:31
no stock yet not one has moved on L2
dave4545
26/1/2024
10:29
In the most recent International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) World Survey, the Nexia International network has risen one place since last year to become the 8th largest global accounting network, as measured by fee income. In 2022, Nexia's total fee income was USD2. 8bn across the network.https://www.nexiasingapore.com
gepetto100
26/1/2024
07:50
More good news?.
luckyabbeygale
24/1/2024
14:12
While Simec struggles with a fifty million debt, despite their patented technology, I read this in the news...htTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2024/jan/24/questions-22bn-uk-billpayer-cash-wood-burning-electricity-firms-biomass-subsidy?CMP=Share_iOSApp_OtherWe are truly lead by donkeys!
wheeze
23/1/2024
10:48
Yes, I wonder if some are at risk of getting caught short ?
wheeze
23/1/2024
10:38
37500 max at 1.29p mm's seem short of stock, does seem a bit oversold after recent positive news(s)
dave4545
20/1/2024
12:31
Worth a read
mdchand
19/1/2024
19:27
Indeed , having granted themselves generous options , time is now to perform nd achieve their objectives!!
jotoha2
19/1/2024
15:09
Back down toward previous lows. They really need to give investors a clearer picture of the way forward from here.
robertspc1
16/1/2024
14:05
When I say Meygen is a mystery, I mean how the next phases are to be financed for example. Lumin Capital were appointed as financial advisers in Nov 22. Since then zip. Also the consortium referred to in Sep regarding turbine sounds a bit vague
robertspc1
15/1/2024
09:02
Depends on whether peeps are patient Debt I would say has been eased over the next 3 years by which is all goes to plan BESS projects become live and MeyGen will be profitable
gepetto100
15/1/2024
08:59
I wouldn't say MeyGen is a mystery- perhaps the wrong term. Phase 1 is operational, Phase 2 and 3 have Contracts for Difference awarded.https://saerenewables.com/tidal-stream/meygen/And in relation to BESS SAE has developed and recently sold its first BESS project to Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, this 230MW project is currently under construction.3 further projects are in development with an aggregate capacity of 719MW and grid connection dates starting in 2026.Depends
gepetto100
13/1/2024
15:45
Impossible to define a sensible price target while there is so much uncertainty here. BESS projects clearly moving along but slowly. Meygen remains a mystery and the debt situation is unclear. Hopefully now management have more time to communicate properly with shareholders
robertspc1
13/1/2024
07:07
What's everyone opinions on price targets assuming everything goes to plan for simec? I like the business plan and see tidal as quite an important part of our energy network, these calm winter days are a sure sign of that. Just thought I'd get a convo started.
fwatson
11/1/2024
14:49
Not sure if this has been posted before

hxxps://www.petro-online.com/news/fuel-for-thought/13/international-environmental-technology/why-the-uk-is-poised-to-become-a-world-leader-in-tidal-power/61546

mdchand
11/1/2024
14:44
hxxps://ensoenergy.co.uk/projects/pembroke-bess/



So we have a client already. Just need financial terms to be agreed. Looking at the last BESS project they got planning permission on 9/12/22 and agreed financial terms 23/2/23. Good news is that planning permission was flagged in previous RNS's for Q1 24, so the fact they got permission fast is a good sign for future projects. Project is 120mw rather than 240mw, but with interest rates falling the future revenue stream's NPV should be rising which is hopefully good for bond holders.

Their website mention another 3 BESS projects at Uskmouth worth 719MW, so taking off today's RNS leaves 2 further projects worth approx 600MW - which would be fairly transformational if they can get clients, planning and financial terms agreed.

mdchand
11/1/2024
14:29
Problem with fanfare is the barsteward traders jump aboard and cause havoc with the share price Far better to allow a slow gentle recovery which is what we are seeing. Having a shareholder base of stable long term investors is needed as our pension funds clearly do not support British companies
wheeze
04/1/2024
16:26
Lots of objection to this scheme , management need to perform and achieve growing this company and producing real profits , then the share price will take of itself . Question is are they up to the task , or are they just another bunch of greedy little porkers.
jotoha2
03/1/2024
16:39
Looks like a nice deal for all concerned ,15p target should keep everyone smiling , now lets see some action from the insiders.
jotoha2
03/1/2024
16:18
Simply - Because they can
gepetto100
03/1/2024
15:56
I wonder why - rhetorical!

"Additionally, certain members of SAE's executive senior management have surrendered a total 4,550,000 previously-granted LTIP options with exercise prices ranging from 20p to 50p, which are not being replaced."

skinny
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