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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.30 6.82% 4.70 3,093,944 16:07:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.50 4.90 4.70 4.30 4.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.06 -10.75 -2.34 24
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:31:01 O 102,040 4.90 GBX

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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 4.40p.
Tlou Energy Limited has a 4 week average price of 3.04p and a 12 week average price of 2.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.45p.
There are currently 513,277,061 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,746,382 shares. The market capitalisation of Tlou Energy Limited is £24,124,021.87.
joy29: Something definitely happening here. It looks beautiful, this share price is hitting 20p before we know it
donkey40: Could be my farewell post as I don’t plan to pay upcoming subscription renewal. Pointless as Tlou isn’t going anywhere fast for 2021 - lots of negotiations to get a contract. Financiers won’t lend until there is a meaningful PPA concluded, so great this starts in January. I wonder will it conclude by June ... I see I can again read the LSE posts; wish I hadn’t bothered. Whizzer still whingeing and wants to sack the Board (pointless) and Brad still defending St Tony to the hilt (mindless). It was a pleasure to read post by Mopanetree (I wonder how many appreciate the name); sadly he is in minority of posters with knowledge. In summary - Tlou’s 2 lateral wells are probably not cost effective, they are talking about drilling more wells and in different seams; has everyone forgot all the pre-drilling tosh talked by Tony about seismic identifying best places to drill, how previous shareholders cash was well spent identifying right areas to drill, imminent funding from BDC (they must have walked away by now), cash will run out soon enough and then what, ... HNY - shame Tlou is unlikely to be making it a profitable one.
cherrylady: Not so much about which computer , the Imac is a desk top incidentally , but an explanation of the ADVFN account I use. Nugacity is my original, but when I was writing my search engine it was interrupted by the internal login process! I therefore created Cherrylady for live work and used that with no interruption from my search engine which was written for Nugacity. I intended to return to Nugacity but accidentally used Cherrylady on my PC! Subject closed from my side. Did you see MM's theory that the Pension fund might be buying on the Botswana exchange? He thinks that is why the share price is buoyant. I can't find much information on it but expected to find it was them taking up their placements , as did CC and HS (and MM mislead some of us into thinking it was a big deal). I think I'll drop dead in surprise if he ever posts something that is neutral or negative. Personally, I think the rise is due to the lack of opportunities elsewhere. Entertainment industry, travel , retail and wholesale, building trade etc etc etc are all in danger of bankruptcy due to lockdown. And there is TLOU , everyone in Botswana united behind the need for more reliable economic electricity including Govt and financial institutions. As you say a bit of a gamble but less of a gamble than thousands of others, and the share price is incredibly cheap. Losing 4p versus an unlimited gain is not bad business unless failure is certain! It is so far from certain with the options we have, and I won't mention TG , to keep you happy! Solar, existing power stations with dual fuel capacity, our main to supply the grid via Serowe - Lesedi, Mamba and Boomslang - and I won't quote TG's historical successes. With Botswana seemingly bucking the world's trend towards lockdown ...... I think that is the reason for the upturn!
donkey40: Such a shame you can cobble together a story about a total stranger but still your only justification for investing in Tlou is In Tony we trust. I guess it is never lonely inside that cavernous man cave of yours Brad. One week of improving share price action bit without any news (at least none your were able to source) just look at you. Bouncy, chirpy, opinionated, semi-macho and back on full bore transmit of the world according to Forrest.... Great to see something has given you cause for optimism - let’s hope it lasts. For sure, when Tlou has good news they seldom hold back on reporting it. I wonder why this time appears different.....
donkey40: TTTT rides again. January article; it’s all relevant; Minister Moagi is the best thing ever for Tlou, apart from Tony of course. Rah rah rah. Where is the news to support this run in share price.... Surely it isn’t due to warm fuzzy feel good noises from Ministry... Whilst solar is starting to get all the headlines in Botswana, watch out for the Hydrogen revolution sweeping the S African airwaves. Biden gets elected in US and then fracking starts getting the headlines again and, despite Tlou claiming they don’t frack, the detail on that is lost on the green tree hugging meanies. Is CBM destined to be a lost cause?
donkey40: 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: 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: Whizzer and Thornback, some good points raised. In response: Funding - this can be secured only after sufficient details of a commercial contract are available for consideration. So it is unlikely BDC or anyone will provide funding until they see, and can model, those details. The tantalisingly close comment by CC simply demonstrates his naivety as a CFO of a listed company on 3 exchanges. BPC - they are insolvent and probably being managed by Govt /Ministry. Yes, Moagi instructed BPC to negotiate an interim 2mw PPA with Tlou and no doubt they have. But final signing I suspect is held up in Ministry, not BPC or Tlou. IPP - big contradiction of purposes here. IPPs are private sector Operators and they want and need flexibility and surety of contract from end market side. End market here is BPC, and BPC are in no position to negotiate and contract with IPPs on any power supply contract. Hence IPPs will seek for confirmation they can sell through the BPC transmission line /grid, but given how badly mismanaged BPC and the country has been governed for however many years, there is no chance Govt/ Ministry will allow IPPs such access. IRP 2020 - which brings us to some clarity on current Govt /Ministry thinking. The IRP is setting out power supply to the country over next 25 years and how they see/hope the country becomes self-sufficient. My post above mentions timelines for CBM and solar - both 4 or 5 years away. Clearly Bots Govt are not in any great hurry here; clearly they are going to strictly manage the power supply side, and sadly that reads badly for those in private sector/ IPP as they see a route to market that sadly is going to take a Long time to fulfil. There is nothing new in my post above; rather some of us saw it way sooner than others. The prize in Bots is clear and obvious, but Tlou has to stay involved another 2-3 years probably hashing and rehashing the same old, same old, compelling opportunity until such times as Ministry/ BPC ie Govt give them a decent sized commercial project to deliver. Then they can talk about proper funding, not micky mouse stuff on interim 2mw (I wonder what price they sell at). If Tony wants to fulfil Tlou potential, he will need enormous patience and even deeper pockets. Or another way - how Long does he continue putting good money in here .... Tlou buyout - do you really think anyone in the energy business is that stupid.
cherrylady: Eric wanted them (Sekaname and Tlou) to prove there is adequate gas ..... he surely meant flows not resources .... and in Sekaname's case 2012 to 2019 without so much as one flare was reasonable! That did not help Tlou's cause despite them having two sites flaring and one powering a generator (saving 50k barrels of diesel p.a. for site electricity!) I still think TLOU might not be too keen to take funding until they are able to use it to advance power production. The sooner we take funds the sooner we have repayments commencing 2 years later. If we are not in production by then, where do the repayments come from? Covid risks us not being in production in 2 years time ..... Ideally the signed agreement when it comes will defer the actual cash and repayment schedule until we can make good use of it. That probably needs face to face talks, Mr Moagi looks more than capable of seeing it makes sense to both parties UNLESS he wants us to default on payments so he can do a Oxus Gold v. Uzbekistan move and take over our assets - perish the thought! TG is no fool and he will be safe-guarding Tlou against that sort of thing I hope - it makes those meetings before signing crucial. And they cannot happen until Covid rules allow Aussies into Botswana. When? That is why the share price is low?
cherrylady: Share price is down because of people like you saying there is going to be civil war, Khama is going to have a coup, our gas won't burn, TG never actually made $4BN for his shareholders in his two previous ventures, that TLOU are not the leading CBM force in Botswana, Sekaname, Anglo, Strata, were all to to beat us at various times in your nightmare, that dilution is coming , that other bodies are not willing to consider funding us, that the price is going to be 1p or less, that Colm is clueless, Tony is no saint , et al ..... all brilliant research - NOT! Unfortunately TLOU shareholders include some who believed your twaddle and others who persistently undermine TG's authority by any means. And then there are those who believe the other extreme spouted my MM. The vast majority are frightened to show their faesces (mistyped faces but the cap fits!, so left it in) in case they are ridiculed. My stance has been to defend the board against unfair criticism, and anybody else come to that. The delays (instead of a quick buck) are bound to unsettle shareholders. Watching your stake disappear even moreso. If you'd been in TG's shoes. I'd like to know how you'd have realistically have improved upon TG's performance. Either he is a brilliant con man or he is absolutely trustworthy. Brilliant either way imho? He says he does not want to dilute the share price further, so he is going to rely upon debt , relatively small debt because of his phased approach. And ever reducing repayment rates as each phase reduces the risk to lenders. It is fairly obvious he wants to keep his building of the company in Botswanan hands. I have little doubt that funding is close from neighbouring countries but just dealing with Botswana has been arduous enough - so full marks for keeping it in house. Mr Moagi has gone beyond his brief to put things right for us, after his apology for his country's mistakes under the earlier minister, roll on June! Aussies will be more familiar with the man than us - the main reason the ASX price is always higher than the London price - they wouldn't take less that 8.3c last night (4.471p) - so no trades overnight. Closed at 5.9c (3.178p) a few minutes ago , in line with London.
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