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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tlou Energy Limited LSE:TLOU London Ordinary Share AU000000TOU2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.075 2.19% 3.50 3.30 3.70 3.50 3.245 3.43 739,346 15:22:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -10.8 -2.3 - 18

Tlou Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/10/2020
14:40
Given this recent price rise activity, I am expecting news before end of the week. That way Tony will have a much less uncomfortable time at the AGM next week than he deserves. I stand by my previous posts last week the news will be about the PPA negotiations (most likely) or about securing funding (most unlikely - no PPA yet) or about a heads of agreement on a possible JV partnership (middle likelihood). Sellers are on their way back here. Anyone noted the date of the AGM - Thursday 27th October 2020. More good skills from the Board
donkey40
20/10/2020
01:50
Minister Moagi addressing the Africa Mining Summit today talks about coal and solar as the energy sources for domestic power generation. And zero mention of CBM.... Yet another kick in the teeth for CBM Botswana.
donkey40
20/10/2020
00:01
The amount of electricity produced in the country continued its decline in the second quarter of the year, with the state power utility relying on more than half of the supply from outside to augment the inefficient local power plants that operate below capacity and have proven to be unreliable. The shortage in local power production has been met through imports which have now grown large in size and cost. With Botswana’s average maximum demand of power is 610 MW and peak demand of 702 MW, BPC imported 453,733 MW of power in the second quarter, representing 53.2 percent of the total electricity distributed between April and June, which was 853,636 MWH, down by 15.6 percent from the first quarter. For the first time in a long time, Nampower was the main source of imported electricity at 42.6 percent of the total electricity imports, outpacing the usual front runner Eskom, which supplied BPC with 32.3 percent while 20.7 percent and 4.4 percent were sourced from the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) and Cross-border markets.
donkey40
18/10/2020
23:54
Great to see you so happy, tweeting your usual irrelevant tosh on market trades.
donkey40
18/10/2020
18:52
Smiles! Went to L2 and saw the very table I was referring to in 8870! Have a look and you'll see that I don't tell porkies, pinky!
cherrylady
18/10/2020
18:48
3p is the uncrossing trade price - lower than both buys and sells all week - I'm only visiting to see what ADVFN have to say about L2! Back on your head!
cherrylady
16/10/2020
19:22
Brad - you do realise you have been posting non-stop all week on Tlou and the share price trended between 2 and 3 pence. Hardly the stuff of dreams .... You really are looking for positivity in every trade
donkey40
15/10/2020
13:31
If TG was looking after shareholders, as Brad often likes to claim, then why didnt Tony lend Tlou a shareholder loan and help avoid all the horrendous dilution .... 525m shares now in issue - yup that sure is looking after everyone.... Brainless from the brain dead one.
donkey40
14/10/2020
11:12
Whizzer - the share price goes down and you complain like a mopping teenager. The share price goes up and you say the rampers are at their work. And here was everyone blaming me as the negative one.
donkey40
14/10/2020
06:07
Nini your not funny.Sorrry
liartidd
13/10/2020
14:07
What mob? lol I see one poster asking a question if that's a mob you must really struggle in a shopping centre ???
the manini
13/10/2020
13:36
Why don't the pump and dump mob move on. Anybody who buys a share with what they read on here needs certified.
liartidd
13/10/2020
12:36
Is Tlou worth a punt? That is all an investment in Tlou basically is. AGM is on 27th October, so my sense is they are getting whatever latest progress news out there in advance. That they, Gilby doesn’t get hammered at AGM for lack of progress for well over a year. Tlou needs long term funding which can only be secured if they contract with BPC of the interim 2mw power supply &/or if they secure the 2-10MW PPA under the 100mw tender of 3 years back. Obvious question for the AGM is why the continual delay in Botswana and, if this current mini-rally in share price is to be believed, will things get moving or is this just yet another false dawn. Pays your money ....
donkey40
13/10/2020
11:31
What timeframe?
mgellie
13/10/2020
11:30
Deffo 10p coming.
regandharry5
13/10/2020
11:20
Hello Donkey - you still invested here? Is this worth a punt again??
mgellie
12/10/2020
16:19
Reminds me of a song - Hold on tight to your dreams ....
donkey40
12/10/2020
12:54
On the way back to10p.
regandharry5
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