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29/6/2022
09:20
Tlou Energy Daily Update: Tlou Energy Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLOU. The last closing price for Tlou Energy was 1.80p.
Tlou Energy Limited has a 4 week average price of 1.45p and a 12 week average price of 1.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.45p.
There are currently 600,199,039 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 321,446 shares. The market capitalisation of Tlou Energy Limited is £10,203,383.66.
27/6/2022
11:17
cherrylady: Selemo looks to have been producing GAS from Feb 2017 , and POWER from June 2017 To my mind that says around 4 or 5 months? We have had GAS at Lesedi for years and it is being flare. So my question is will we be ready with POWER for the substations, Tx lines , and the Grid by this time next year? I'd say it is a no brainer! TLOU could have given SM until January 2023 and still produced POWER for the TX lines. Unrest and the lack of confidence in the shareprice meant TLOU felt obliged to make a positive statement. 2H23 is what our contractors for Tx line and substations have quoted so TLOU can meet that schedule easily for up to 2MW. If we are 100% on that course, I am hoping we have the rest of 2023 to bolster the gas flows and the recent RNS sounded good for #3and #4. If we don't announce new wells are being started then I reckon that Green Hydrogen could well be expected this year? Which RNS is coming? Or is the next one going to be that dewatering is complete? It does not matter to me , any of those is a winner and 2023 should provide our first income. Post 9123 is talking 2024 up (or is that down) and 2027/2028 for first profits! By 2027 we'll be getting Carbon Credits to cover huge expansions on Power, Lines , Hydrogen , Carbon , and maybe even BLUE HYDROGEN for PFAS if it is profitable after carbon liabilities. =============================== Philip Whiterow 10:02 Tue 13 Feb 2018 Cleaner than coal-fired power Gas has been produced in the Selemo area of the Lesedi operation for around a year, and overall Lesedi is estimated to host some 3.2trn cubic feet of gas. First power from CBM at its field in Botswana followed the installation of a gas generator at the Selemo project area in June. It is already the most advanced CBM asset in Botswana. "First Gas-to-Power via CBM in Botswana is an extremely significant milestone for the Company and in effect a proof of concept of 'first gas monetisation',”; said Tony Gilby, Tlou managing director, said at the time. “This is the first power generated from CBM in the country and this achievement reinforces our view that CBM Gas-to-Power is achievable in Botswana using gas from the Lesedi Project. “CBM gas is a cheaper and cleaner alternative to diesel generation and is significantly cleaner than coal-fired power generation." Reducing fuel purchasing costs at Selemo Tlou expects to replace another diesel generator in the near term, which will save further fuel costs at the project. The company said that it expects it will initially reduce its diesel requirements by around 50,000 litres per year, and its savings should grow over time as the second gas generation unit is installed.
26/6/2022
09:14
cherrylady: 8 years ago ..... 10/11/14 Synergen wins top global chemical engineering award at IChemE Synergen Met and The University of Queensland were recognised at the Institution of Chemical Engineers’ Global Awards in Gloucestershire on 7 November 2014, for their with their invention of a world-first process to produce cyanide at mine sites. from elsewhere after the award Cyanide has been used in gold production for more than 120 years, but its transport, storage and handling poses significant risks to people and the environment, with the European Union classifying it as “very toxic”. Mr Dunks said Synergen Met was currently finalising customers for its first 450 tonne/year production unit next year, and expected to install more than 30 units a year from 2017 as mining companies started to realise the benefits of the new technology. ------------------------------------------------------------------- PURE HYDROGEN?SYNERGEN MET JOINT VENTURE - TURQUOISE Australia’s PH2 and Synergen to produce turquoise hydrogen Hydrogen and carbon products will be made from PH2 methane resources in Australia and Botswana Photo of Shahkar Ali Shahkar Ali Follow on Twitter Send an email 9 April 2021 Pure Hydrogen PH2 and Synergen to produce turquoise hydrogen Pure Hydrogen Corporation Limited (PH2) (an Australian clean energy company) and Synergen Met Pty Limited have agreed to establish a 50/50 Joint Venture to produce hydrogen gas and solid carbon products, H2 Bulletin reports. The partners will use Synergen’s modular technology to produce hydrogen from natural gas using the plasma pyrolysis process. The project will be divided into two stages. In the first stage, the JV will build a prototype of a shipping container-sized module with a production capacity of about 1,400 kg of hydrogen and 4,200 kg of the value-added carbon product. The plant will be installed adjacent to the Pure Venus CSG Pilot near Miles in Queensland, starting in the second half of 2022. Electricity will be supplied from diverse sources including on-site power generation and solar, whereas if the grid power is sourced from renewables, the hydrogen production would not result in any greenhouse emission. The second phase will be built upon the first phase’s success focusing on developing the carbon products such as synthetic graphite, graphene flakes, or carbon nanotubes using PH2’s natural gas resources in Queensland and Botswana. The JV will likely produce carbon nanotubes which are cylindrical molecules that consist of rolled-up sheets for graphene. They have multiple applications and can be used in products that need high strength, durability, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity and lightweight. The methane decomposition module will be housed in a standard 12 metre (40-foot) shipping container. As the module will of a standard shipping container size and design, it would have the flexibility of shipping anywhere there is an adequate supply of natural gas methane for the hydrogen production. Scott Brown, MD PH2, said, “This is a very promising commercial development for Pure Hydrogen and for Synergen as we are combining proven technology with a methane resource to produce hydrogen and solid carbon products.” -------------------------------- TLOU AND SM - GREEN HYDROGEN hxxps://energynews.biz/tlou-energy-and-synergen-met-partner-on-green-hydrogen-project-in-botswana/ Read that link, from November 2011 , consider what was claimed at the time, and it would have been surprising if TLOU did not let SM have a few months to prove themselves. TLOU probably had a heavy heart when they had to stall those plans in Botswana. Pure Hydrogen deal for Turquoise (BLUE?) plans, and then then TLOU Green version explain the PH and TLOU agreement to stall PH in favour of TLOU. It is in all their interests, big time, to have GREEN credentials. Our compromise to continue SM research exclusively in Brisbane smacks of optimism in the Green solution at SM? If the problems are insurmountable surely they would prefer to resume their original plan with PH for Turquoise Hydrogen? I imagine PH are in the loop , so they must be happy with the compromise? It tells me that SM are not far from solving whatever problems they have. They are only a few months behind schedule for a world-leading invention which will win them more awards if they succeed. Being based in Brisbane is not terrible news - it keeps communications with the University of Queensland , if they are required , so simple!
23/6/2022
11:09
cherrylady: Ginko, I think you are under-estimating the Green Hydrogen possibility. One RNS from Synergen saying they have a working prototype in Brisbane is going to raise TLOU price immediately. If is comes early enough, and they are able to deliver it or a commercial unit to Botswana before the poles complete, I am fairly sure TLOU will make it the priority. Our recent lack of news is , imho , down to the expectancy of SM having a Green Hydrogen unit ready by now! When it dragged on a bit , and LOCKDOWN WAS EASED , TLOU switched back to poles and wires etc, assuring us that we will have something up and running in 2023. (Hydrogen does not have too much support, I am the exception with a precious few, on the LSE board). They ignore the fact that TLOU have included Hydrogen in our mission statement! SM doing all the development is Brisbane was to make the flared gas available for Serowe! We have a binding agreement with SM to provide gas and electricity - that has not gone away! If the timing favours Green Hydrogen first then poles and wires will take a back seat for a while - 6 months or a year perhaps? However long it takes to double the gas flows or more, I guess. We cannot use the flared gas for both? {Or can we? If we rely on Solar power , the Poles and Wires could use the flared gas while there is no Solar - maybe for the testing phase unless peak demand coincides with lack of solar hours! I digress!} My money is with you, and Serowe first , but I will be very disappointed if we do not have at least up to 2Mw ready and waiting by the time the substation is connected to the Tx line! The two will have been progressed in parallel. That is the intention for sure? TLOU hope for 2H23 to see Serowe being commissioned. SM may turn that on its head but who knows what their problem is? I rule out BLUE Hydrogen becoming the focus - we need Serowe or Green Hydrogen to supply credits , not liabilities. Solar power for Green Hydrogen will have to be introduced earlier than expected with just enough panels to power the SM kit. If we have extended the number of wells or existing gas flows enough , 24/7 CBM power for 24/7 Hydrogen/Carbon could be possible? Whatever route we take we will have a business for both within a few years and we'll all be in the black on TLOU imho!
22/6/2022
22:30
cherrylady: Joy that is just the start. The plan is to plough all income back into expansions recursively until we are at some target! Whether that target is to sell TLOU to a major power for billions or for TLOU to start paying healthy dividends is a matter of opinion. TG is approaching the time in his life where I don't think he will want the stress of getting another start-up off the ground. I sincerely hope he will enjoy watching TLOU develop in a major powerhouse! Maybe in a non-executive role if it suits him. His experience will be valuable to his successor. I think the PPA will actually be our first target. Blue Hydrogen alone does not fill me with enthusiasm. Carbon credits will be a gold mine because globally companies need to be crabon neutral by 2050 and will paying a fortune for credits! Accrued credits from the Serowe feeds may open the gate to Green Hydrogen soon after. We have the gas flares and if the plasma torch creates solid carbon (GREEN) then we need to supply some solar panels to honour our side of the commitment. Further wells are essential to open BOTH projects. It might make sense to max out the TX lines to 20Mw whence they will need upgrading. While extra lines are installed, TLOU can concentrate on Hydrogen. Ideally 20Mw will be treated urgently so TLOU do not stall Hydrogen progress once SM are ready for Lesedi (or Selemo, Boomslang or Mamba). Mamba to Orapa in the form of a gas pipeline is also on the cards of course! Orapa (diamonds) have duel fuel generators that can use CBM gas and wanted gas urgently a year or two back! Covid dampened that but TLOU has so many options they will be busy for years!
21/6/2022
19:29
tomboyb: Https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/985434/tlou-energy-s-jv-with-synergen-provides-multiple-opportunities-broker-says-985434.html?viewSource=TwitterUK Tlou Energy's JV with Synergen provides multiple opportunities, broker says Tlou is progressing hydrogen production via pyrolysis of CBM with technology developer Synergen Met Tlou Energy Ltd (AIM:TLOU, ASX:TOU, BSE:TLOU)’s proposed hydrogen project could see the company use gas that is currently being flared and develop a new market for its coal bed methane (CBM) resources. Assuming the prototype is successful Tlou and its development partner Synergen will seek to grow a clean energy business via a joint venture throughout the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, broker K1 Capital said in a research note. The heads of agreement signed by the two companies also envisages Tlou’s participation in Synergen’s proposed initial public offering (IPO) scheduled for the first half of this year. Synergen is an Australian company with previous experience with plasma technology. Tlou will supply the input gas and electricity for the prototype at no cost to Synergen. A gas price will be negotiated for later expansion. Synergen will retain ownership of the plasma technology and associated intellectual property. Hydrogen and carbon products will be owned 50:50, K1 said. The first prototype is expected to commence field trials at Lesedi in 2022, producing hydrogen and solid carbon with near-zero CO2 emissions. The hydrogen can be used for power generation and transport fuels, with carbon supplying the carbon black market for tyre manufacture and coating applications, K1 reported. “Tlou’s venture with Synergen creates a platform to convert CBM to hydrogen using renewable energy. “Successful demonstration will expand Tlou’s product mix, adding hydrogen, solid carbon and technology licencing to existing gas and power options. “Synergen’s technology can also be used in waste gasification and PFAS (firefighting foam) destruction, offering multiple value-adding options,” the broker said. K1 has a target price for Tlou of A$0.24, versus a current price of around A$0.041.
17/6/2022
07:12
nugacity: SupeA , in case you cannot put 2+2 together .... TLOU cannot say what I did! But why do you think there is so little news coming out of the boardroom? Is it because of what is happening at Synergen Met? They have stopped delays at Synergen from interrupting progress at Lesedi with ther current plans , but Synergen expected a prototype by last Xmas and delivery to Botswana in 1Q22. That was blooming quick!! There is clearly a problem on the solid carbon conversion but only SM and TLOU will know how long it will take to solve (or when it is beyond hope). We rightly want Green Hydrogen , SM are doing their best to provide it! IF they cannot, they have a working Hydrogen prototype which produces a profitable Sodium Cyanide solution but also CO2 which will cancel our carbon credits from Green Electricity in part, or wholly , or even worse, depending upon the relevant production figures! TLOU are giving Green Hydrogen every chance imho! And that, accompanied by idiots selling gold for the price of wood , is why the price appears to be 1.5p PS After a couple of blank days in terms of trades, my message may just be getting through! I just asked for a fixed quote on 2.5m shares , 2.5p a few days ago , today 2.65p (both are the average price so more shares above 2.5p needed today). So perhaps a few people have increased their offer prices? I don't have L2 so check how many are still less than 2p , or how much more than 2.65p the top price was to produce that average. Less than 100k all quoted at 1.525p , 100k quote at an average of 1.75p fixed price.
17/6/2022
06:58
nugacity: It is not to pump the price up, clown! It is to stop a few people determining that the price stay low and won't rise until they stop selling at dopey prices! I wonder if they even know they are selling so cheap compared to the value of the stock! Take any price up to the peak of 17p , look at the situation then , compare the position then and NOW , and if you think it was better THEN , I suggest you see your mental health team!! Just look at the trades on here and on ASX - they hardly exist!! A market with no customers is not a market! The genuine value of our shares is miles above 1.5p to anyone with half a brain. Most long term holders will be expecting a profit at sometime? I have showed how 1.5p makes anything above 1.65p unlikely until someone breaks the deadlock by buying them up or all the 1p+ sellers ALL ask a sensible price for their shares! I suppose you are not paying coming on for £2 per litre for petrol/diesel because it should be priced at £1???????? Supply and demand determines the price! Too many of you think 1.5p is accurate - effing idiots the lot of you! I suppose your vehicles are all parked up on petrol staion forecourts until the petrol stations lower their prices and you can start to use your vehicle again? Of course not! If everybody asked 3p minimum for their TLOU shares the price would be 3p if they did not sell , ot more if they do sell!!! Personally I think anything below 6p or even more is a gift! We were over 5p at our last placing , and since then we have moved on a long way. With Covid lockdowns eased we are back on track , funded , an exciting time coming where we start earning Carbon Credits on top of electricity earnings AND IMHO AN ALMOST FREE HYDROGEN BUSINESS!!! Blue or Green HYDROGEN , Carbon debits or credits , that is the only question for me! That is a couple of years away perhaps , but if the prototype comes good for solid carbon in the next few days, I see no reason why HYDROGEN production won't be back in the frame big time!!! I have the same feeling as the guy who first claimed the Earth is not flat!!! It all makes perfect sense to me!!
13/6/2022
11:36
nugacity: On LSE a poster queried why the price is only 1.5p at a time when everything is in place to meet our PPA within the next 12 months. I replied with this... Winni , the 1.5p price is down to uncertainty and scaremongering by stupid people. If you think back we had a global placing offering one option at 4.4p or 8c until this month for every 6 shares we received in the placing. It was a super reward for supporting the company because the price was over 5p at that time, the pandemic was an unknown future phenomina, Hydrogen was yet to be a complication , Crypro likewise , and had everything gone smoothly on dewatering , gas flows and exensions for #3, #4 and #5 by now the price imho would have been north of the pension's fund 11p buys! 4.4p for an 11p share ...... wow!! An essential part of the future, at that time and now, was TX lines! To get TX started TLOU had a separate private placing to raise 2.6M ($ or £) but restricted the placing to brokers or major shareholders in the UK (to save costs perhaps?). Options were not attached and they were offered a discounted price of 3.5p for speed and in lieu of the options perhaps. The money was raised within hours! Idiots saw it as a normal placing and dropped the share price to 3.5p That was just the start! Next came dewatering delays, and then the pandemic and further delays and finally the Hydrogen opportunity! This offered us a chance to pre-empt the Covid suspension of work during 2022, possible carbon credits, and solid carbon sales as well as Green Hydrogen! TLOU clearly gave Synergen the whole of 2022 to prove themselves capable of producing Green Hydrogen. How anybody can doubt that is beyond me!!! Next came relaxation of lockdowns in Botswana , Australia and elsewhere which compromised TLOU over their 2022 decision!!! Once 1Q22 was clearly unachievable by SM , TLOU sensibly dropped the idea of developing the prototype at Lesedi and devoted Lesedi to CBM power and Serowe! They could hardly tell us what they felt about SM and their binding agreement with them! Pressuring them to perform or dissing them for not meeting their plans were equally crass! As it stands the partnership survives and will flourish one day. THAT SILENCE HAS BEEN INTERPRETED BY MORONS AS BAD NEWS ON GAS COMPOSITION, POOR DRILLING, USELESS MANAGEMENT etc etc etc! All total tripe!!!! Once lockdown eased TLOU got us back on course fairly quickly imho. Both Hydrogen and CBM project are open and well. SM can produce Hydrogen and sodium cyanide and both are marketable. However it is Blue Hydrogen so we would need to use carbon credits from the electricity side! Not ideal, but profitable all the same? If SM can produce solid carbon , we'll earn a different amount from black carbon, maybe more maybe less BUT we'll receive carbon credits from both - potentially a fortune! Our so called stupid board are aware of that and therefore insisted we try for Green Hydrogen with SM saying they thought it was possible by Xmas last year. It is no wonder I appreciate TG 100% - the guy is ahead of the game no matter what difficulties he faces! TLOU will double his successes in this millenium , we will have two divisions instead of one AND, if it goes perfectly , we will have a massive 3rd income from carbon credits , and ,if not, I suspect TLOU will make sure the carbon credits produce a profit rather than a loss!
10/6/2022
07:03
nugacity: I have been dabbling in another stock for over a month after I read about Elon Musk making more money by selling carbon credits than the source of those credits , electric cars (Teslas). The article suggested the timber company he was recommending could do the same as Elon and with over a million acres of established forests in Gabon and Mozambique all sequestering carbon into the ground (storing carbon long term) they were in for a huge price rise from 6p to over £1 and beyond! I checked it out and found it was true for Tesla, but could not get firm evidence about carbon credits on the 1700k hectares in Gabon (who have approved carbon credits, passed laws regarding them over the last 3 years , and have received £17M from Norway with all their oil rigs etc). I used 2/3 of my monthly top up on that share instead of TLOU because it looked sure to rise. It rose so quickly I sold them and moved the money into tlou, in early May I got over 18k TLOU shares at 1.66p average instead of 1.844p as a result. Never dreampt 1.66p was going to be surpassed - surely the best value share you could hope for now? I continued to study the other stock despite being called a ramper and worse by one cloth head (I thought) on their board. He quoted the CEO as saying credits would not be payable for 7 years and the article I read was a hoax, as was the whole site! In practice, the owner of the site had change his location from London to Ukraine and he stopped putting out current information on stocks in spring of 2021. The web site is due for renewal on the 14th so I am interested to see if it lapses! There is a server in Holland which I suspect is supplying some sort of service and daily updates to that article on the correct URL! He gave the current price of the stock after significant changes. There was an AGM on Tuesday - and everything became clear! The web page has gone! hTTps://www.the-financialnews.com/?p=4057 I'll continue in another post with some links, the bottom line being , is that TG can go the Elon Musk route with Green Hydrogen if Synergen fulfill their bit of the partnership , and , maybe , Green CBM and Solar electricity qualifies as well? If our Green Energy lessens Botswana's reliance upon diesel it looks positive! But what if demand is sufficiently high to keep diesel power in business? We'll have reduced the need to build more diesel plants but the issue looks more thorny as experienced by the timber company! Here is the Elon Musk evidence for starters - this is relevant for TLOU imho! hTTps://carboncredits.com/tesla-regulatory-carbon-credit-sales-jumps-116/
19/5/2021
16:29
donkey40: Oh jeez, here he comes again. Posting about a person just because his skin is gossamer thin. Smith - grow up; stop being a petulant baby. HTG, nobody cares about your rubbish posts and whether you agree with them or not. Move on; do something useful with your time. Take Poppy for another walk, whatever.. FACT - Tlou share price is sun-3p currently. It has not performed in the way most message board posters expected. That happens! Often!!! You were not the reason it didn’t perform; just as you won’t be the reason it rises (hopefully). I am not the reason it is the current price; I also won’t be the reason the price goes up (hopefully). Forget about all the clap trap talked over past 3 years - it is ALL meaningless and irrelevant. Focus on what is going to drive Tlou forward from here. Being stuck in the past is for dummies; or wear the cap of it fits if you do chose.
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