Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Velocys Plc LSE:VLS London Ordinary Share GB00B11SZ269 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +0.48% 10.50p 10.40p 10.50p 10.40p 10.25p 10.30p 618,182 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 1.4 -14.1 -8.8 - 15.39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2018
20:42
There is currently an overhang of slightly over 4m shares that need to be cleared before buying pressure allows the share price to rise. I believe that the current price is artificially being propped up and not being permitted to find the "natural" price that gives an orderly market. That aside, there is a vote in a few days time which, to be frank is a foregone conclusion. A few institutional investors have agreed to bail the company out and absorb any shares that are not taken up by the PI - you and I, the mug punter. I urge PI's to give the "managers" of this outfit a bloody hard time. We have snippets of information, but insufficient IMO to be able to plan with confidence. We need to know what is actually being produced, be it diesel, aviation fuel, naptha or waxes. We need to know the quantities and the up-time for plant. At the moment we are simply stabbing in the dark. We can level the playing field. It starts with the pooling of knowledge.
erogenous jones
19/1/2018
15:11
EJ: why did you start "Velocys - jumping on the green bandwagon?" By the way, I share your concern about Pummell. Back in January 2016, a few of us dug into his background and nobody was impressed.
fluky
19/1/2018
13:48
Erogenous Jones....thanks for your useful posts and sorry to see you go....you were one of the sensible ones
25october1969
19/1/2018
12:45
Share stooge alert? collectors item18 Jan '18 - 16:32 - 1075 of 1084 I take it everyone will be taking up all they are entitled too and as much extra as can be afforded. Coincidence? collectors item Member since: 16 Jan 2018 I am normally a silent holder on shares, not a novice Congratulations?
tradejunkie2
19/1/2018
11:13
An interesting company with major investors that include Roman Abramovic through Ervington. The share price has collapsed in recent days with announcement of an Open Offer. The current CEO, David Pummell has a dreadful track record as the CEO of Ceres Power presiding over the collapse of a share price to penny share status in a similar timescale to his record here at VLS. He left the board in 2012 and was employed by Acal Energy. That company went bust in 2017. Mr Pummell does not own any shares in VLS. So, not a good sign thus far, is it ! The business case is quite compelling, the conversion of waste timber product into diesel, aviation fuel, waxes and other products that not only have a market as products on their own account, but are potentially elegible for renewable fuel subsidy at State and Federal level. The current plant at Oklahoma has been commissioned and has just begun the process for the grant of accreditation for Renewable Fuels that are known as RIN (renewable information numbers).
erogenous jones
19/1/2018
09:09
beez. collectors is not a plant. collectors is actually trying to recoup his present losses of just under £2000. I want it back and more hence I will be oversubscribing by a large amount to average down. What I don't get I will be looking to acquire in the marketplace. Hopefully I'll get any that you or any others don't wish at 10p. I silently watched previous postings on here and was taken in by some highly informative posts expecting RIN accreditation to be imminent, Red Rock developments and some who allegedly had the ear of the management. I can even remember the end of one such post from exactly one week before off gac. " - PS the market cap of £45M is ridicules and has been shorted down. It will burst up on news. -" Now I have to say I have learned my lesson and now read things for myself and make my own decisions. I believe on the open offer side and on what I have read that Ervington and Lansdowne already have all that stock subscribed for and are being paid a 5.25% fee. That ensures there should not be any "rump" left at all. I also believe that fee may prove to be an easy return for them with the shares offered at a heavily discounted 10p. I for one would have willingly participated on a much smaller discount at say 22.5p or 25p per share. I would also point out that if this was being shorted down as gac suggested in the knowledge the company would need money then you would expect them to close up and bank all their ill-gotten gains with the financing achieved If also as suggested there was shorting activity you would not expect them to hang around and wait for positive RIN accreditation news, Red Rock clarification, any anticipation of a move to profitability or indeed news of a strategic partner breaking. Don't be dismissive but be receptive of others viewpoints like my own and I would suggest that actually gac's views quoted above are probably more highly relevant now at 10p than they were when posted at nearly 30p. Much food for thought.
collectors item
18/1/2018
22:01
EDIT: I joined this bulletin board on the 17th January not the 18th as you have tried to suggest which is the second factual inaccuracy you have posted this evening. My introduction is there and I joined as I am a present holder and was interested in what others thoughts were and for some healthy adult debate. Your negativity is subtle but it is there and I am happy to correct you. I'm sure all can make their own decisions as I have done.
collectors item
18/1/2018
21:57
collectors...is a plant
beeezzz
18/1/2018
21:36
EJ: we should join our calculations. You are only looking at the revenues, while I am looking at the expenses to get a feeling for a breakeven product sales price. By the way, there are 42 US gallons in a barrel, and the generally accepted yearly uptime is 330 days. Lastly, ENVIA still has not reached 250 bpd and they probably struggle with product quality.
fluky
18/1/2018
20:54
EDIT collectors item joined on 18 Jan 2018 I will never post to this thread again.
erogenous jones
18/1/2018
20:51
I would also envisage that if there was good oversubscription announced then the share price could rise sharply. Many individuals were happy to buy VLS shares at 30p to 35p. Why would they not now be in the market to pick the stock up at 10p. It is deeply discounted.
collectors item
18/1/2018
20:37
erogenous zones you are factually incorrect and posting misinformation."- The company is raising £4.4 Million from the Open Offer. That equates to 44 Million shares at 10p. Please read and digest the significance of this paragraph in the RNS " - In addition, each of Lansdowne and Henderson are conditionally subscribing, subject to clawback, for 22,000,000 Open Offer Shares at the Placing Price in respect of which they will receive a commission of 5.25 per cent of the aggregate value at the Placing Price from the Company -" They are taking up all of the 44 Million between the two of them and acting like an intermediary so there will be no slack as its already been taken up for a 5.25% commission. All the slack is already taken up. My allocation will come from that pot of shares and indeed all the extra shares that I want also will be coming out of this pre-sold on pot of shares. That is if there are any spare shares available. After some portfolio juggling I am now in the market for the higher value of extra shares to allow me to average down substantially.
collectors item
18/1/2018
16:43
Collectors item - are you having a laugh?!
thebigshortfella
18/1/2018
16:32
I take it everyone will be taking up all they are entitled too and as much extra as can be afforded.
collectors item
18/1/2018
11:39
The phrase' drop in fuel' is beginning to sound a bit lost among all the up front capital costs, delays, salaries, share options and lack of joint venture agreement repayments? - petrol sounds cheap and easy in comparison! - Gee sorry I should say 'gas'
deutsch3
18/1/2018
09:50
A quick back-of-the-envelop calculation based on the data given in the Capital Raising RNS shows that the proposed plant is only economical because of the RINs. Here are my calcs: Raw material: $1/gal (per RNS) CAPEX: $1/gal (lifetime plant 20 yrs) OPEX: $.9/gal (my estimate) Total: $2.9/gal Velocys will need to find a risk loving investor who believes in a stable US government.
fluky
17/1/2018
14:10
It would help all round if someone can point to and say what product has been produced so far? - Also, who has bought it and how much have we received. - Also, where are we with repayment of project investments due on completion of the project? - Quit this bloody silence!
deutsch3
17/1/2018
13:13
Unless you're some sort of c××t no one wishes anyone to be out of pocket on any investment. However, all to often if you are in contact with the heiracy, what they tell you is not always gospel & one should invest accordingly.chin up G
cocker
17/1/2018
13:12
Good hearing from you gac.
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