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
  -0.38p -3.85% 9.50p 9.50p 9.86p 9.84p 9.50p 9.84p 518,654 15:08:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 1.4 -14.1 -8.8 - 13.93

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15/2/2018
19:01
RINs continue to remain under political pressure as explained in this article: hxxp://ocj.com/2018/01/rins-part-of-a-political-battle-of-renewable-fuels/ If you look carefully at the economics given in the latest Velocys presentation on the Investors page (slide #10), an investment in the biofuels plant is not economical without the RIN contribution. Raw material & OPEX combined: $3.5/gal, without the CAPEX. The products, diesel & jet fuel, get around $2/gal wholesale...Only a strategic investor might be interested.
fluky
15/2/2018
16:18
I am looking forward to hearing about RIN's in the next couple of weeks. This will be a turning point. I believe. There are a number of big companies that seem to want to up their visibility on renewable fuel production. I wonder if any of these are eyeing Velocys?
gac141
12/2/2018
19:45
Erroneous info on a cv is a matter for the FCA
meijiman
12/2/2018
19:24
EJ: read your note on the other board. I agree that it is a sterile discussion. I just don't like bios with erroneous information.
fluky
11/2/2018
15:04
EJ: please factcheck the statement about Pummell's tenure at ACAL Energy - see post #1123.
fluky
11/2/2018
13:45
Wow this certainly is good coverageThe renewable fuels company Velocys plans to build the world's first waste-to-jet fuel plant in Britain next year in a project backed by Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea football club.The plant, which could be operational by 2022, would produce enough fuel to power the equivalent of all of BA's 787 flights to and from Baltimore in America for a year, according to Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, BA's parent company. He said the partnership with Velocys was part of BA's commitment "to reduce net emissions by 50% by 2050".
kirk 6
11/2/2018
13:41
Gac thank you a very bullish article there. Worth posting:With their packed cabins and recycled air, long-haul passenger jets are the last place where you would want to encounter the whiff of a dirty nappy.However, old nappies are to be used - along with other non-recyclable waste such as meal packaging and takeaway coffee cups - to power British Airways planes.The renewable fuels company Velocys plans to build the world's first waste-to-jet fuel plant in Britain next year in a project backed by Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea football club.The plant, which could be operational by 2022, would produce enough fuel to power the equivalent of all of BA's 787 flights to and from Baltimore in America for a year, according to Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, BA's parent company. He said the partnership with Velocys was part of BA's commitment "to reduce net emissions by 50% by 2050".Under the scheme, household waste would be heated to high temperatures and chemically broken down to create "syngas", rather than going to landfill. This would be cleaned and, via chemical reactions, turned into jet fuel and naphtha, another type of fuel.
kirk 6
11/2/2018
12:23
I have been assured the PR is going to get back on track Here is an interesting article in the Sunday Times in which we get a mention. hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/syngas-the-new-jet-fuel-stinky-nappies-and-coffee-cups-tzq9sgldj?shareToken=7e303c7172e3a5fc6683d469414ed57b I am very excited about the prospect of RIN accreditation due over the next few weeks!
gac141
11/2/2018
11:54
A small article in todays edition of the Sunday Times - around page 14.
erogenous jones
10/2/2018
23:10
Clarification has been provided following my email to Mr Huddart - an extract of reply is as follows: As per the announcement of the 6th January 2016 David was the CEO of Ceres Power plc. A link to the original announcement is below. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/VLS/12647340.html The latest holdings of the board of directors was given at the last Annual Report. http://www.velocys.com/financial/fr/fr26May2017%20Velocys%20Annual%20Report%20and%20Accounts%202016_hyperlink.pdf I believe that my analysis does not require correction..... unless that is, I have made factual error.
erogenous jones
10/2/2018
18:56
Well this isn't going as expected.
tradejunkie2
09/2/2018
16:30
News from the competition: Enerkem lands an impressive C$280M in new capital - enerkem.com/newsroom/?communique_id=122565 Have a close look at their investors. Enerkem has of course an operating plant to convert municipal solid wast into ethanol. So does Velocys, but why does Velocys have to "beg" for a measly £18.4 million?
fluky
08/2/2018
21:34
He was on the bins
meijiman
08/2/2018
20:03
Maybe, but he did not join Velocys directly from Acal Energy either...there was a gap of nine months.
fluky
07/2/2018
23:14
Well, they rightly killed Pummel off in the old Ceres lets hope this isn't a remake because raising £45 million at 1p year end might be a touch dilutive even for us long suffering shareholders. The only positive I took out of the recent announcement while agreeing with everything 25October1969 so perfectly described is the institutions appear to be reining in Pummel or certainly, with good reason, putting him under increased scrutiny. There is a thin line between dishonesty and being overly enthusiastic It is time to see some hard facts and progress around strategic investors and long term funding. If we have to wait till summer for any announcements of strategic partners then you will truly have done a Ceres on us with the next announcement that you are suddenly restructuring the business to conserve cash and a month later announcing we have been unable to raise funds. Pummel, deliver now, show us, or go. Times up
spurious
07/2/2018
21:07
Sandie Shaw had something to do with "puppet on a string" - brilliant and penetrative analysis spurious!
erogenous jones
07/2/2018
20:19
Surprised Sandy Shaw is a shareholder Perhaps she would have been better fading away gracefully. Maybe that's the plan
spurious
07/2/2018
18:33
Thank you. Much obliged.
erogenous jones
07/2/2018
17:23
From Annual Report for year ended 31.12.16 - has not copied well but 75k held at end of 15 and 16.it is on their website directors who held office at 31 December 2016 had the following interests in the shares of parent company undertakings (as recorded in the Register of Directors’ Interests and including those of the spouse or civil partner and children under 18). Velocys plc Ordinary shares 31 December 2015 Susan Robertson 304,874 Pierre Jungels 223,031 Julian West 75,000 Sandy Shaw 17,758 David Pummell – Paul Schubert – Mark Chatterji – Ross Allonby
25october1969
07/2/2018
16:52
Up 3% today market must take this as. Good news
kirk 6
07/2/2018
14:50
Well, as there is an element of doubt on the actual appointment that Pummell had in Ceres Power which, if needs be, I am very happy to correct, I will ask the PR outfit to clarify the situation. Next, I was not able to dertermine any shareholdings of any of those at the trough of VLS from the information on the VLS website. Call me a little old fashioned, but as I have discovered to my cost on many occasions, where there is ambiguity in wording and a lack of clarity there is usually a whiff of something that is not quite right. Examples of this include Torotrak, Graphene Nanochem and Proxama. Consequently, unless there is compelling evidence that the company is trading profitably then best to back managers with a proven record of success. Messrs Pummell, Deering, Martin, Robson, Elsy, Dato Jespal, Kennedy etc are managers to avoid IMO
erogenous jones
07/2/2018
14:38
Good research! Looks like it's just a mistake though and not deliberate
kirk 6
07/2/2018
14:00
Let's review the board situation: four members left in the last 10 months: Chatterji, Allonby, Robertson and now West; one joined: Morris. The statement that West has to leave "to faciliate the structure of the board" is at least misleading. Malcy's statement that "I am deeply saddened by the removal from the Velocys board of Julian West, one of the brightest sparks in the industry and who would be a great addition to any board of directors. Velocys’ loss will surely be someone else’s gain…" is over the top. He obviously did not make many contributions in the business development area for which he was asked to join the board. Lastly, because of EJ's remarks regarding Pummell, I went back and checked out his history with Acal Energy, his last place of employment, which is now also defunct. The company accounts published on the Companies House website state that Pummell was hired as interim CEO in November 2013 and left in March 2015. He was never CEO, nor was he a member of the board. His bio on the Velocys website should be corrected.
fluky
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