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Tlou Energy Limited LSE:TLOU London Ordinary Share AU000000TOU2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -2.17% 2.25 675,452 15:28:31
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2.20 2.30 2.30 2.25 2.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.06 -10.75 -2.34 14
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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22/6/2021
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 2.30p.
Tlou Energy Limited has a 4 week average price of 2.25p and a 12 week average price of 2.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.60p.
There are currently 600,199,039 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 573,309 shares. The market capitalisation of Tlou Energy Limited is £13,504,478.38.
21/5/2021
19:12
donkey40: We all need help. Tlou Energy has scrambled all our brains. Tony G has promised us all so much for near 10 years, and still the company seems miles away from commercial success. If Tlou ends up a production company, how long is that going to take until success? If Tlou ends up taken over, what needs to happen to convince a major player to knock on the door? Either way, the time line is years rather than months, sadly. But it is what it is. Smith - how many more years can you take this slow and painful agony being inflicted on Tlou shareholders? Can you keep defending your hero, Tony G, for all the things he has thus far said, yet knowing there is another year, maybe 2, before they generate and sell power to BPC.....
20/5/2021
22:41
donkey40: Smith, do you actually know why you post so much about Tlou ? Coz you actually know precious little about CBM and even less about matters and events and personalities in Botswana. So trying to be the gas guru here or LsE is really pretty pointless if you had the sense to stop and think about it. 4 years of rabbit support from you (and others) and the share price is near all time lows (again). You guys really need to change your strategy - coz the current one sure is not working. And if you even thought about it - neither is Tlou’s. It was the CBM opportunity of a lifetime as per Tony. The best coals he had ever seen he said. Now he is off chasing gas and solar. How is that doing? Solar is understood; CBM is not. And then time to add in the trendy Hydrogen technology. Years and years away before this is cracked and made available on a widespread basis. There is a good chance you and I will be elsewhere by the time Hydrogen is rolled out meaningfully in Botswana. So much still to be discovered here; yet you dive in and defend the management team here. Really Brad - come on sir. Think about this. Challenge yourself to question your long held beliefs and assumptions about this stock. Maybe then you will realise a few things that your current bias is blinding you against. Things are not great in Botswana, but they seem to be getting better. But this is Africa and it will take time to come good. And maybe a lot of time.... like another 3 or 4 years time.... do you really want to continue this nonsense of defending a management team that have clear evidence of stringing shareholders along ....
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.
15/5/2021
22:42
donkey40: LT, the share price isn’t suggesting much immediate action in the short term now.... Are you following any of the chat over on LSE? A new poster recently turned up and asked the resident ‘guru’ the following questions. And the resident ‘guru’ reply was - they were dopey questions. The guru seems to be losing his mind - he seems to think Donks, Bucklerfern, OldBailie, Moagi, Whizzer, GtP, Kenner, and yup even you are all the one and same person. Is massively entertaining watching him flap around .....
04/5/2021
07:21
nugacity: You are simple not entertaining to anyone you fool. Of all the Tlou investors and the TLOU it is only you that understands how Botswana runs? Do me a favour! You know more than GG????????????? about howe the country operates! Why do you think TG employed him? Because he can lift the waste paper baskets in the boardroom?
01/4/2021
20:09
donkey40: Really cheese toastie, that is how you want to try score points.... Isn’t the real question what or who is the reason the share price is showing considerable weakness. As always, try to look beyond the obvious answer....
25/3/2021
22:38
donkey40: LSE posts have hit an all time low today, led by TG bum boy, BradSmith. He really needs lockdown to get over so he can reconnect with people in real life rather than online. They really want to talk about why the share price is not moving given recent developments and news. Instead all Brad can do is focus on Donk, the only guy that consistently for 3+ years criticised everything Tlou and its A-hole promoters had to say. What he forgot to also say was that Donk recently shared his view he felt Tlou was now in a much better environment and the horizon finally was looking much brighter. Amazing how some people find what is staring them straight in the face hard to accept, especially when emotionally this would require them to accept how much total sh1te they have posted for years.
16/3/2021
21:45
bena1: Apologies for the repost from LSE - I don't go there very often but after today's funding announcement, which taken on face value looks like "Oh no, another placing....but perhaps not. From a very knowledgable poster (ie, not me) What an interesting developmentToday 21:22 The company opened a window at 16:35 for close no later than 18:00 to raise £2.6m explicitly for poles and wires - and the RNS appendix tells us it was for invitees only and bids could be pared down and the book filled in short order. With those conditions the company MUST HAVE divined significant demand for the stock. We whall see, of course, but this punter would not be surprised to see a tr-1 or two in the near future. Who from? Chatter has it that hedge funds/Institutional Investors are the 'invitees' being admitted - who else has £2.6M available in 85 minutes after hours?? Seriously now! The cash is to expedite the poles and wires, down which Tlou can send our already awarded 2MW PPA. And we won't be paying any interest on the money. This bypasses the due dilligence the BPOPF was carrying out. Tlou have just paid for the poles and wires themselves. At the end of February the share price was at 3.05p. Now the company have placed at 3.50p and the poles and wires underway from company funds. Smart business. And what of those joining the party, paying 3.50p for 75m shares? What's in it for them? Well, they wouldn't have offered the cash without significant expectations. And that surely means that the PPA is nailed on for 10MW, and perhaps to 25MW to utilise the capcity at Serowe. Meanwhile Botswana has been put on notice that, at 85 minutes notice, the City will stump up the development cash. Got that?! All most interesting.
15/11/2020
09:23
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!
21/5/2020
07:40
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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