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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
  +0.20p +4.65% 4.505p 4.26p 4.75p 4.26p 4.26p 4.26p 513,166 16:35:20
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Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 1.4 -14.1 -8.8 - 17.58

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2018
15:03
AS I said.....we should have stayed in the UK
deutsch3
05/12/2018
14:08
As an industry we need to explore a range of options to reduce our emissions. We’re already working with Velocys to build a plant that produces sustainable transport fuels from household waste that would otherwise go to landfill, but we don’t want to stop there. Some of the best scientific minds in this field are based in the UK and are brilliantly equipped to develop a pathway for the UK to achieve global leadership in the development of sustainable alternative aviation fuels.” The launch event, which took place at British Airways’ HQ, was attended by 15 UK universities and also featured talks from industry experts including Robert Boyd, Head of Sustainable Fuels at IATA and Baroness Sugg, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport. Baroness Sugg, said: “We want the UK to become a global leader in the development and supply of next generation aviation fuels, cementing our reputation as a centre of excellence for sustainable aviation. “This competition will move us another step closer to achieving this vision, balancing growth in aviation with sustainable development that benefits our environment and society.
gac141
30/11/2018
17:26
Good Stuff gac - (we should have stayed in the UK)
deutsch3
30/11/2018
17:23
Gac: is that the flow of good news you announced in your post #2370? Also, it would help if you define what you mean by “very soon.”
fluky
30/11/2018
16:39
BA and future fuels press release hxxp://mediacentre.britishairways.com/pressrelease/details/86/2018-247/10358?ref=News
gac141
23/11/2018
21:41
The bargepole non business continues down
owenski
22/11/2018
09:55
A fuel value over $7.00 per gallon, and everyone’s chasing it: The birth of USA Bioenergy and the surge in renewable diesel- Bio Digest article. hxxp://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2018/11/20/a-fuel-value-over-7-00-per-gallon-and-everyones-chasing-it-the-birth-of-usa-bioenergy-and-the-surge-in-renewable-diesel/
gac141
20/11/2018
12:04
Yes keep an eye and where he goes next to make a great short. How does the Chairman survive here? ...he seems to be incompetent as well.
meijiman
20/11/2018
11:33
When Mr Pummell joined VLS it was noted that during his tenure at CEO at his previous company, Ceres, (salary £250,000 per annum) the share price crashed by over 90% in the year! It seems like he's got form and that his successful management of companies remains unaltered.
doclee
20/11/2018
11:09
Gac141: what’s your prediction record lately?
fluky
19/11/2018
13:09
Just my thoughts and expectations that we should be getting a decent flow of good news very soon from Velocys.....
gac141
14/11/2018
10:45
Gac - 2 or 3 times now they have got rid of the senior people and never a full explanation? - What you say makes sense but only if the new incumbents come clean and tell the rest of us what's going on. They, nor you, can not write off massive development cost without some explanation. There aught also to be a statement of the recovery situation, particularly relating to insurance expectations and 'Who is being held responsible'! - The day's of writing everything of to experience are over,and should have been over long ago. They are getting away with 'murder'.
deutsch3
14/11/2018
10:26
ENVIA I expect progress on ENVIA in light of Velocys recent comments in the last company update they said that the board of ENVIA are working on several options and I have confidence that the Velocys team will be driving this to get as much back from this as they can. I guess it takes time and I am holding back from getting frustrated at this time. The most important stat about ENVIA is it has been proven commercially and our technology is not flawed and the leak at the plant was caused by the cooling system failure which is not VLS technology. They have stated that there is plenty of exceptional data that they have received from the reactors running a commercial scale. This has been crucial with landing the UK project and the Natchez project. We do need to know on the insurance claim and on the Plant as a whole and what its future is. ASAP. This post will be placed on the ADVFN , ii and LSE boards to make available my research and comments to the average shareholder and not just a few. I have taken some time to glean this information and have absolute belief that this is correct and true despite the obvious backlash from a few dishonest posters who a ruined several good BB.s These are my thoughts and findings and hope that Velocys can keep us updated and communicate with all shareholders on a regular basis in a more consistent way than in previous years.
gac141
13/11/2018
19:06
Spurious: very positive? I was never a fan of Pummell but replacing Pummell by a life long trader at the helm of a project development/technology-based company is not very positive. In addition, sidelining Schubert who is the only executive with chemical processing experience is not positive either. All: please do your homework: I could not find any confirmation of Wareborn's titles in his previous companies. He was head of trading in all of them: commodities at Natixis, crude oil at BP, commodities at Lehman Brothers, energy derivatives at Hess Energy Trading and at Goldman Sachs. These inaccuracies to embellish one's resume raise red flags.
fluky
13/11/2018
13:48
Post 2 of 3 Other activities Regarding the UK Plant there has been some chatter already on the BB’s – Shell and BA are already very much behind this plant and Velocys. I am convinced that Velocys and the new Management have the full support of their major shareholders. EFT do not appear to have this level of strategic support as their technology would appear to be inferior and less advanced than Velocys. I think we should get an update on the Natchez project as they must be in the process of on boarding one or more strategic investors. These things take time to do right and in the best interests of the company and indeed all of us. My belief is that there is strong competition for the project from a number of companies. My belief is this will be a game changer for Velocys.
gac141
13/11/2018
12:33
There is nothing balanced about your waffle gac, you remain as clueless as ever with your opinion, you have consistently misread this non business from the start, your 2017 header of wonderful Pummell quotes is testimony to that and you used to ramp this bargepole on the back of that.
owenski
13/11/2018
11:24
Have to say I think today's announcement is very positive. I gain confidence from the fact Wareborn has been hands on in negotiating with potential strategic investors and if things had not been going well on that front then he would not have been appointed CEO. The company is not in my opinion going to appoint Wareborn and Morris at such a critical time for the co with news on several game changing fronts imminent just to turn round and say sorry we failed. I believe we will be over 10p on any significant news great time to buy imo
spurious
13/11/2018
10:55
I have been away and have now caught with events on the EFT side. I will try, as far my research can unravel (The internet is a wonderful thing) , to add some balance being placed on the Bulletin Board by the usual suspects who are intent on undermining the company and its technology. It my belief that these people are probably being orchestrated by the competition…. Who, I have no idea…… This is my honest opinion…. 1) There is zero negative financial impact on the contract with Red Rock as we will still be providing 6 reactors to Red Rock just as the company stated in the interim’s 2) EFT must have been pretty much wholesaled their reactor to RR or even given it away; I suspect EFT was removed by Fulcrum and its major partner BP and are using BP reactors which as far as I can see are still unproven commercially.. But BP is Fulcrum's major investor so they can do what they want….. So no big deal there and tough for EFT. 3) What is clear is EFT could be in trouble as their technology, in my opinion, is not as good or advanced as Velocys or commercially proven. 4) So EFT Technology has NOT been proven at commercial scale and probably may not be even used by RR as I would imagine it would involve significant replanning of the current plant to actually even put it in. Not sure on that point. If this is the case then surely RR would be very unlikely to do this, as it would be at possible significant cost to themselves. Are EFT up the creek without a paddle and could they go out of business because of this collapse in the relationship with BP time will tell…. So I believe Velocys are still on schedule without huge cause for concern and are probably even building the reactors for RR. Perhaps even as I type??? The new management will be pushing this through I have no doubt.
gac141
13/11/2018
09:55
I've just read through the '2017' header comment from cut and paste king - gac. Gave me a chuckle. Probably a few light years out of date now.
owenski
13/11/2018
09:49
Could have gone the other way but needed a lot of luck to counter rubbish management and it didn't happen, what with the oil crash etc. I noticed the CEO keeps getting sacked but Jungels remains. He would seem to be the lowest common denominator. I recall he burnt loads of shareholder cash drilling for oil in a stupid location with Rockhopper, and he was also chair of busted AIM scum company Offshore Hydrocarbon Management that came to market off the back of patent infringement as determined by the courts.
mr macgregor
13/11/2018
08:39
So, Pummell's been 'sacked' only they don't say that in exulted circles. Obviously he's been replaced because the non business is such a raging success. They've appointed someone who's better at raising money, because they are going to keep raising and burning money. Ordinary investors will be diluted and strategic partners will end up with whatever is worth anything here. Meanwhile, VLS remains an expensive cash burning engineering consultancy business.
owenski
05/11/2018
21:18
Vls needs to reduce their overheads and think small, build something that makes money at the moment they are just haemorrhaging....cash.
beeezzz
05/11/2018
14:20
An announcement on Guy Fawkes day is going to be incendiary or even explosive.
arf dysg
04/11/2018
17:42
btw I had an idea for a fancy food mixer that will revolutionise production lines. Perhaps I should float it... ?
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