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Tlou Energy LSE:TLOU London Ordinary Share AU000000TOU2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +2.13% 4.80p 89,996 08:30:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.60p 5.00p 4.80p 4.70p 4.70p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.00 -2.13 -0.68 17.0

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07/12/201821:20CEO's third $Billion+ gas company in the making.6,337
19/11/201815:55TLOU ENERGY - CBM in RSA410
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13/10/201615:01TLOU a growing gas company in Botswana6
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Tlou Energy Daily Update: Tlou Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLOU. The last closing price for Tlou Energy was 4.70p.
Tlou Energy has a 4 week average price of 4.60p and a 12 week average price of 4.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.60p.
There are currently 354,224,575 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 172,872 shares. The market capitalisation of Tlou Energy is £17,002,779.60.
donkey40: 5 weeks after tender was submitted in 2017 was when the share price started to trend up, as the speculators came sniffing. This Wednesday marks 6 weeks since 10th October submission of retender. If history was to repeat then the price should be trending up now. But then probably once bitten, twice shy. And markets are very different now to this time 2017. One thing I will say, based on everything I have read and heard, both Tlou and Sekaname will be awarded under the tender. It makes no sense not to give them both what they ask for - especially as the cost and risk belongs to them both (not Govt). And since Tlou capitulated and only bid for a small ‘2 up to 10mw’ bid, then all eyes are on Sekaname for 2 reasons. One to see what they are awarded. And 2 to see how they make fools out of the LSE muppets who still believe Tlou are 3 to 4 years ahead of Sekaname due to Environmental progress. I must admit I am increasingly intrigued as to how this will all play out now. One thing I am pretty sure about - those that listened to their false prophet are going to be mightily humped at him and themselves!!
wiseacre: ShareProphets Thursday 4 October 2018 The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares EPIC code: TLOU Tlou Energy has the ingredients in place to be successful - speculative long-term buy By Gary Newman | Thursday 4 October 2018 In Africa things always tend to take far longer than people expect, and even more so when it comes to anything in the natural resources sector. Interest in, and the share price of, Tlou Energy (TLOU) seems to have waned and I think that has largely been as a result of some having far too optimistic timescales with regards to the company’s coal bed methane project at Lesedi, in Botswana. The share price has drifted back to 6.5p on the ask currently, and has been even lower than that recently, but for me nothing has really changed in terms of the investment case here and I would still view it as a speculative buy with the potential to be worth a lot more in the future than the current £25 million market cap if things go to plan for the company. It already has reserves and contingent resources in place and the management behind the company have history in the field of CBMs, plus there is plenty of potential for further upgrades from gas still in the prospective resources category. In terms of the gas that it has already proven up, it has 2P reserves of 40.8bcf, and whilst that might not sound particularly exciting when taken on its own, it also has 3P reserves of 426bcf across its licences, plus plenty of potential from 2C contingent resources of 214bcf, and 3C of more than 3tcf. On top of the that the prospective resources from its other three licences could be more than 8.5tcf, although it is very early days and those licences are still at the exploration stage. Those of you who have experience of the natural resources sector will know that it is all about getting it out of the ground and monitising the asset, and in the case of Tlou that doesn’t look far away, although development will be phased and it is likely to take some time to see real returns in terms of profit. The Botswana government has been very supportive of the project and a production licence is in place, but the success of Tlou will largely be driven by the success of it winning contracts for gas-to-power projects. So far it has already been short-listed as just one of two companies to tender for a 100MW plant, although that process has been dragging on longer than expected, and it is expected that development would be staged, starting with a 10MW plant. A pilot well drilling programme is now underway, and this could lead to an initial 2MW of power, which would be expanded up to 10MW as further wells were drilled. The company seems to have been able to raise capital when it has needed to as well, including from institutional investors and the directors – with £2.4 million recently coming from African Alliance Botswana, plus a further £4.4 million odd from placings and an equity entitlement offer. I would still view this share as being highly speculative given the stage that it is at and there are still risks, and potential for things to go wrong – failure to win this initial tender would have a significant negative impact on the share price I would imagine. But it is also worth remembering that Botswana is possibly the most stable country in the region in which to do business, plus the whole area is in desperate need of power generation, and given that Tlou not only has the resources, but also the necessary permits/licences to make use of that gas, I can see plenty of potential. I would consider this as a longer term buy from the 6.5p area, and if the company enjoys even a modicum of success, then I think you will be pleased with the eventual outc
blisters: Guess the FanBoys don't do phllosophy or discussion. No surprises there then. Still, I asked a while back of Sats "what is the worst thing that could happen to Tlou". I asked it of himself. There was no need to reply. However, he seems to be either lying to himself or in denial. Here is the worst thing that could happen to Tlou Energy. Third party investors, either in part or by way of take over, will simply state, in private, that the reserves and economic case for CBM at Lesedi are not viable. After that, the Bots Government will state that if the private sector is not interested in investing in CBM in Lesedi, then why should we? Game over. Share price zero. Your savings and/or pension monies are gone forever. Will that happen? Of course it will. Unless you sell of course, because BuzzyBoy was correct when he stated that you won't be able to get these in the 6's for much longer. Tlou is a zero-point destruction module for your savings. You have been warned - and more than once.
ftangftang: Tlou Energy gearing up for October drilling2018-09-17 07:51:00The Lesedi project's first coalbed methane pilot production well is due to be drilled next month?The final pieces of equipment needed for the project are presently awaited     Tlou Energy Ltd (LON:TLOU) has updated on its operations at the Lesedi coalbed methane project, where it is gearing up for a well in October.The company, in a statement, confirmed that the well locations have been agreed, scouted and inspected.READ: Closing date extended for CBM power proposalSite preparation is now underway for what will be the first pilot production well, and, it is presently awaiting the delivery of all equipment needed prior to spudding the well.Tlou highlighted that the wells are planned to be drilled as 'dual lateral pods' comprising a vertical production well, intersected by two lateral wells (drilled through gassy coal seams) whereby the gas will be extracted via the vertical bore.The gas would then be gathered for power generation purposes.City broker eagerly awaiting well drill results"If successful, the new wells will form part of Tlou's initial gas-to-power project, which will include the installation of transmission lines and grid connection," said Shore Capital analyst Craig Howie."With an initial (and very scalable) development of up to 10MW planned, we therefore eagerly look forward to results from the forthcoming drilling programme.""Our fair value estimate stands at approximately 25p/share and, with a formal government re-tender process currently underway (in relation to which we believe that the company is superbly positioned) and a very active work programme in progress at Lesedi, we continue to see excellent scope for Tlou to become a leading Southern African-focused independent power producer."Tlou shares were up 2.8% to 6.1p in late afternoon trading in London.--Updates for broker comment and share price--WHY INVEST IN TLOU ENERGY LTD? READ MORE HEREVIEW THE FULL COMPANY PROFILEREGISTER HERE TO BE NOTIFIED OF FUTURE TLOU ENERGY LTD COMPANY  ARTICLESCheers Ft ft
money4me: pretty poor. must remember that the government have no real interest in TLOU share price or whether they need to raise cash.investing has risks and reward
donkey40: The only thing on melt down is Tlou share price numptie. And you still can face up to it. Or apologise for being so wrong for so long.
donkey40: Cheerleaders class of 2017 - Tlou share price closed today below the RI offer price. What have you got to say for yourselves? Where has Chief Cheerie Tidd disappeared to? Nowhere to be seen on Tou board for sure - check out the other drivel he is posting on other ‘on the verge of transformational, Sky is the limit, blue sky ahead, company will rerate soon on the news’ endless stream of BS he spews out. Wouldn’t surprise me if he has registered more LSE profiles coz really if Tlou tanks, Tidd and his famous (OMG do you all remember when he posted this 2 or more times every week) will be obsolete. Tbh, they just about are anyways. Total disgrace !!!
donkey40: I have been invested in tlou for well over 2 years. It isn’t my concern whether you understand my rationale for posting or not - I have given plenty of clues along the way. Just know that if Tlou share price does well, I will not be complaining financially. The wider, more moral issue is where you should be looking. There are some very dodgy sorts lurking around this company.
blisters: Here's what the clown Tidd had to say exactly 6 months ago 10th Nov 2017: "Expansion is going to light a rocket up this, all adds to the bottom line valuation. Not many shares and a tightly held register wirh no debt. Anyone buying in needs to come in on market and we are at the stage where bigger funds and IIs are going to be interested. Tlou are the only Company with commercial gas and all the right permits in place to develop, produce and sell. Strong team and proven track records. Only one way this will go now that the rerate is now in motion." TLOU share price 10/11/17 - 14.25p TLOU share price today - 7.9p !!! So the only one way was DOWN by a massive 44.56%. So all the PI's who invested their savings or pensions based on the above have lost nearly half their money. Conclusion: Tidd/Whendy are lying paid rampers who want you to lose your money. In my humble opinion, steer clear of this share - it is beyond toxic.
oilandgas1: IMHO the reality is tlou have raised funding for good reasons which they plan to spend in q3-q4, there seems to be little or no real share price news to kick the Tlou share price forwards until q4 at the earliest, it is most likely sit and wait or return in q4 and buy. The share price is now capped at 7-7.5 due to the funding and lack of news for now.
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