Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tirupati Graphite Plc LSE:TGR London Ordinary Share GB00BFYMWJ95 ORD GBP 0.025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 107.00 141,131 08:00:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
106.00 108.00 108.50 106.50 107.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 92
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:30:32 O 1,389 106.70 GBX

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Tirupati Graphite Daily Update: Tirupati Graphite Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TGR. The last closing price for Tirupati Graphite was 107p.
Tirupati Graphite Plc has a 4 week average price of 90.50p and a 12 week average price of 78p.
The 1 year high share price is 109p while the 1 year low share price is currently 48.50p.
There are currently 85,954,434 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,536,281 shares. The market capitalisation of Tirupati Graphite Plc is £91,971,244.38.
tonytyke2: Good interview and it sounds like that there is significant and growing interest from prominent companies with many doors opening for them. Made me chuckle when he indicated that some companies are shocked to understand that TGR have been able to achieve this.Seems to be a focus/priority on where they can achieve weight reduction to existing and future products. Cracking future here!
brackets15: TGR have achieved a huge amount this year. The mining operation should be producing over 30,000 TPA next year from the 2 mines in Madagascar. Up from 3000 at the start of this year. The downstream specialist materials arm is developing so fast it is hard to keep up. The sectors that they can work with have huge potential (aerospace, automotive, biomedical, renewable energy etc) - particularly batteries. The company should also hopefully start making a profit next year which will obviously take the interest of many investors and analysts. I am happy for the share price to stay subdued this year whilst I accumulate. Honestly one of the most exiting opportunities I have seen for a while.
3ootuk: I wonder whether TGR have considered teaming up with a storage tank/cylinder company to produce lighter tanks. Hydrogen fuel cells seem to be the way forward for vehicles, and the lighter the vehicle, the more efficient it is. Any announcement along a collaboration along those lines would be extremely significant. "CNT-enhanced composite tanks lighten rescue workers' loads Graphene nanotube-enhanced composite tanks reduce weight in firefighters’ compressed air tanks by up to 75%, and show potential for hydrogen storage."
skiboy10: SP Angel Morning View Tirupati Graphite (TGR LN) 95.5p Mkt Cap £82.1m – Vatomina Mine opens Tirupati reports the opening of its second mine In Madagascar at the Vatomina Project, where it remains on track to start commissioning the first 9,000 tpa processing plant in Q2 2021. The company have also completed building a new 12km interconnecting road between Vatomina and Sahamamy, which will save circa 5% in current OPEX towards logistics costs.
skiboy10: SP Angel Morning View Tirupati Graphite (TGR LN) 94.5p Mkt Cap £73.7m – £10m raised to fast track development plan Tirupati reports that it has completed an oversubscribed placing of 11,111,111 ordinary shares of £0.025 each in the Company at a price of £0.90 per Placing Share to raise an aggregate gross amount of £10 million. The placing price was an 8.6% discount to the closing price of £0.985 on 15 April 2021. The net proceeds of the Placing will primarily be used to expedite the Company's modular medium-term development plan, including accelerating the development of the next 18,000 tpa module at the Sahamamy primary flake graphite project in Madagascar. Total capacity across both Madagascan projects is anticipated to be 30,000 tpa by Q1 2022, a ten-fold increase since the Company's admission to the Official List in December 2020. Funds will also be used to redevelop hydro power facilities at Sahamamy to meet the power requirements of current operations through renewable energy and carry out a feasibility study for c.900-kilowatt of additional hydro power facilities. Capacity of the Company’s downstream specialty graphite projects from 1,200tpa to 16,200tpa by H1 2022 with the setup of an integrated, multi-product 15,000 tpa Speciality Graphite Project is also expected.
the chairman elect: The more that you read the RNS out this morning from could well be left with the feeling that TGR are a FTSE250 company in the making!?!?!
the chairman elect: Tirupati Graphite (TGR:LSE) Tirupati Graphene and Mintech Research Centre Update Tirupati Graphite plc, the fully integrated, revenue generative, specialist graphite producer and graphene developer with operations in Madagascar and India, is pleased to announce an update on its Tirupati Graphene and Mintech Research Centre ('TGMRC'), which is focused on graphene manufacturing and applications development and mineral processing technology development. Tirupati continues to advance its operations across its portfolio including its Tirupati Graphene and Mintech Research Centre ('TGMRC') in India, which is focussed on manufacturing graphene, developing its applications, and providing environment friendly technologies for mineral processing industries. This is composed of GRACE, a graphite & graphene centre of excellence; and MINTECH, a mineral processing & extractive metallurgy centre of excellence. In sync with the Company's modular development strategy, a two-acre plot has been allocated to TGMRC in Bhubaneswar by The Industrial Development Corporation Ltd., an entity of Government of Odisha. Detailed construction planning, equipment sourcing, and recruitment initiatives have been undertaken as the Company focuses on fast-tracking commercial scale production of graphene and creating facilities for minerals and materials technology development. As part of its HR initiatives, the Company is delighted to welcome Dr. Matthieu Gresil (Ph.D) as advisor and consultant for market research and development of its graphene products. Dr. Gresil's areas of expertise include but are not limited to multifunctionality in composites including properties like health monitoring, self-healing, reprocessing, recycling, thermal-load dissipation, and electrical enhancement; emerging advance polymer materials like vitrimers, which can heal with a thermal trigger; bio-inspired 2D/3D materials; nanotechnology; graphene products and graphene composites. He has published 46 reviewed journals including 23 papers on Structural Health Monitoring for composite materials, 14 papers on graphene enhanced nanocomposites, and 2 papers on shape morphing composite materials. Please find below the link to the full announcement: The Tirupati Graphene and Mintech Research Centre (TGMRC) will be a fully integrated technology and research centre, focussed primarily on advanced graphite applications, composites and graphene. While still nascent, the global graphene market is forecast to reach US$1 billion by 2023, with Tirupati looking to take full advantage of this trend. Tirupati’s intentions is to eventually produce 10kg per day of graphene, for which ‘over-the-counter’ price can exceed £100,000 per kg. With Tirupati already producing flake graphite in Madagascar, and downstream graphite composites at Patalganga in India, The TGMRC graphene project will be the Company’s third revenue generative division. Optiva estimates that the project could contribute £39.5m to the Unrisked NAV of the Company upon completion, based on Tirupati’s graphene production plans and global market demand. This represents a risked value of £0.21/share, contributing to Optiva’s overall target price of £1.82/share.
hamidahamida: Broker Optivas NPV Valuation = GBP315M or GBP4.20 a share and their risked valuation = GBP169M or GBP2.25 a share#TGR current share price = forward PE only 1.2x and an 80% discount to NPV.
the chairman elect: Not bad for starters....a fully diluted risked share price target from Optiva Securities for Tirupati Graphite Plc LSE:TGR of some 182p
skiboy10: 10 December 2020 Tirupati Graphite plc ('Tirupati' or the 'Company') Results of Intermediaries Offer Tirupati Graphite plc, the fully integrated, revenue generative, specialist graphite and graphene producer with operations in Madagascar and India, announces that the Intermediaries Offer as part of its initial public offering ('IPO') has closed, raising proceeds of approximately £0.89 million through the issuance of 1,978,070 new Ordinary Shares at an offer of 45p per share (the 'Offer Price'). The Intermediaries Offer provided retail investors with the opportunity to participate in the Company's IPO on equal terms as institutional and professional investors, with PrimaryBid Limited acting as Intermediaries Offer Advisor. The Company's broker, Optiva Securities Limited, has also raised an additional £0.86 million through the placing of 1,911,111 new Ordinary Shares at the Offer Price. This takes the total placing amount to 3,889,181 new Ordinary Shares, raising gross proceeds of approximately £1.75 million at the Offer Price (the 'Placing'). Accordingly, the subscription by an investor of 4,444,445 new Ordinary Shares at an offer price of 45p per share (the 'Subscription') has been scaled back to 555,264 new Ordinary Shares at the Offer Price. Optiva is very pleased with the strong demand from the Intermediaries Offering and additional demand from other investors. Together, therefore, the Placing, Subscription and Intermediaries Offer have raised gross proceeds of £6 million. Based on the Offer Price, the market capitalisation of the Company will be approximately £33.64 million at the commencement of conditional dealings on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, anticipated 14 December 2020 under the ticker TGR. Shishir Poddar, CEO of Tirupati Graphite, said, "We are very pleased that PrimaryBid has enabled us to include retail investors across the UK in our fundraising. Through PrimaryBid's innovative offering, we were able to seamlessly provide retail investors with the same terms as institutional investors. Along with the additional sums raised through Optiva, we have strong institutional and retail support and we now look forward to listing on the London Stock Exchange on 14 December 2020. Thereafter, we will hit the ground running, building second stage production across our established portfolio and strengthening our position as a comprehensive contributor in the flake graphite value chain."
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