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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
  -0.20 -3.51% 5.50 5.40 5.48 5.74 5.41 5.74 3,652,927 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.3 -9.9 -1.9 - 59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2021
11:45
Stop/lossed out this morning. Given that not long ago the price was below 2,and the enormous froth over green energy, my punt would be lower than 7. The withdrawal of Shell looks a major issue, if anyone is expert on producing fuel, it ought to be Shell and they had no competitor involved, so I would read that as them not really caring if a competitor did get involved, so they don't rate the prospects. Just leaves a hopeful customer, not a supplier . On balance I think the punt would be to buy back in low on the hope that another supplier comes in . But it would need to be very low to tempt me again. If I knew how to short it, I think I would.....can anyone tell me how you do it ?
ascov
18/1/2021
11:08
That said, from a technical perspective, you could wait until the share price reached 7p before taking a punt.
mdchand
18/1/2021
11:07
Disagree. Rightly or wrongly British Airways (and its parent company - IAG) are backing Velocys and any future partner will potentially get direct access to supplying fuel to all IAG Companies if they can get the tech to work. So, I can see a lot of third parties looking at this very seriously. There are a lot of competitors in this market, but route to market is very important, and this is why BA's ongoing involvement is potentially so valuable. You will note that the CEO of BA commented on the RNS announcement - which I took as a seriously reinstatement of commitment. If BA had left the agreement, that would have been terminal. So the ST gamble here is the commitment of BA to Velocys. If Boris wants to support flagship renewables and the flagship airline carrier of the UK, he will find the necessary public funding to get Velocys up and running.
mdchand
18/1/2021
10:56
This is not a business, it has no real sales or profits, it burns cash, other players are required to develop this and they will eat into any IP advantage VLS has, VLS is a small part project manager with some kit to rent out.
owenski
18/1/2021
10:42
A few more at 7.81p I am insane
volsung
18/1/2021
09:34
Always has been late to the job.
inaminute
18/1/2021
08:46
Agree hidden #3355; possibly a bit of a back-handed compliment.
mcmather
18/1/2021
08:40
Bought a few more at 8.18p
volsung
18/1/2021
08:29
Typical of Shell. They're renowned for needing to control things they invest in. Now they're focusing on becoming a green company it was, I suppose, inevitable that they'd develop and use their own technology instead of being in partnerships where they were not running the show. A bit of an ouch all the same.
hiddendepths
18/1/2021
08:20
A fine short.Going down.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
18/1/2021
08:18
Agree back to around 8. One of those jam tomorrow shares but in a reasonably balanced portfolio worth the risk reward if it happens.
w1lbur01
18/1/2021
08:14
Not ideal but will bounce back. Expect we will finish in the mid 8's again today
samsung2020
18/1/2021
07:28
Reasonably predictable given Shell’s retreat from hydrocarbon liquids towards natural gas.
davidblack
18/1/2021
07:28
Ouch This is still not a business, it's a concept and they need funding, lots of it.
owenski
18/1/2021
07:01
Velocys PLC Strategy/Company/Ops Update. Project Altalto update Velocys plc (VLS.L) announces that, by mutual consent of the parties, Shell International Petroleum Company Limited ("Shell") has withdrawn from the Altalto Joint Development Agreement. The Altalto project has no immediate funding calls and will continue according to its existing development plan. Velocys and British Airways plc ("British Airways") will continue to work together in order to secure finance for the Altalto Immingham plant, and will continue the discussions with potential sources of finance for the project, which have been underway for several months and indicate strong interest in this sector. Velocys, British Airways and Shell are continuing to work with HM Government on policy development to support Sustainable Aviation Fuel ("SAF") production in the UK. Velocys and British Airways are grateful for Shell's support during the initial stages of the Altalto project. As the project progresses, Velocys, British Airways and potentially other new partners will focus on the next stages. Preparations are underway to apply for significant government funding for the Immingham project. Whilst there is no guarantee that such an application would be successful, the Company believes that the project is well placed to achieve this. Following the changes above, Shell will no longer have an option over shares in Altalto Limited, nor any rights or obligations in relation to the Altalto project. There is no direct financial impact on Altalto or Velocys as a result of these changes. Henrik Wareborn, Velocys CEO, said: "We are looking forward to moving Altalto Immingham to the next stage of development in 2021. Altalto Immingham is the most advanced commercial SAF project in the UK and is ready to take advantage of the strong push from both Government and industry for the decarbonisation of aviation, especially using waste feedstocks." Sean Doyle, British Airways CEO, said: "Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is vital to the decarbonisation of aviation and to helping us achieve our net zero target. The formation of the Jet Zero Council and the recent launch of its Sustainable Aviation Fuels Delivery Group are testament to the importance that the Government attaches to SAF. We are excited to continue to work with Velocys, with the support of Government and other private-sector partners." Matthew Tipper, Shell VP New Fuels, said: "Shell are pursuing multiple opportunities across our global portfolio. On this occasion, we have decided to focus our resources on other lower-carbon fuels opportunities which leverage our own technology. We will continue to work with the aviation industry and the UK Government, as part of the Jet Zero Council, to help decarbonise UK aviation. We wish Altalto every success in the future." - Ends - Certain information contained in this announcement would have constituted inside information (as defined by Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014) prior to its release as part of this announcement.
skinny
17/1/2021
13:03
Quite a lot of important reports out in the last few months: https://www.sustainable-markets.org/TerraCarta_Charter_Jan11th2021.pdf https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-ten-point-plan-for-a-green-industrial-revolution https://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/BRIE/2020/659361/EPRS_BRI(2020)659361_EN.pdf https://www.transportenvironment.org/sites/te/files/publications/2020_12_Aviation_SAF_mandates_rating_final.pdf https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/10/sustainable-aviation-fuel-europe-clean-skies-tomorrow/ https://blog.openairlines.com/decarbonizing-aviation-mission-possible-episode-8-sustainable-aviation-fuels https://www.euractiv.com/section/aviation/opinion/the-benefits-of-sustainable-aviation-fuel-go-beyond-co%E2%82%82/ https://www.energy.gov/eere/bioenergy/downloads/sustainable-aviation-fuel-review-technical-pathways-report
marketboy
17/1/2021
08:29
I really believe it is happening in the background, remember they have big names as partners so they have to agree the contents of any RNS with them. They also need them for financing, publicity and many other things. I am quite confident we are about to see some fireworks here. Remember they are also Government backed and potentially World beating.
parsons4
16/1/2021
21:14
hxxps://biofuels-news.com/news/sustainable-aviation-fuel-gets-royal-seal-of-approval/
fern5
16/1/2021
13:20
I can't believe that we don't have a small scale production unit running already. Is anyone tasked with marketing. One aircraft on a regular domestic sized schedule would set the green press alight all over the world. Small scale gas to liquid - ? Stop this Jam Tomorrow gravy train - - When will you get your act together guys?.
deutsch4
15/1/2021
22:57
From yesterday: "FUTURE OF FLIGHT • JANUARY 2021 SUSTAINABLE JET FUEL FROM TRASH GETS ONE STEP CLOSER Imagine if household waste could power jet planes instead of being sent to landfill. Aero-industry journalist Paul Sillers reports on an innovative initiative designed to bring sustainable aviation fuel to market... BA’s sustainability commitment A compelling example of this is an initiative currently under way under a joint development agreement between British Airways, Shell and sustainable fuels technology company Velocys to manufacture jet fuel from household and office waste at the Altalto facility in North East Lincolnshire (pictured below). The airline’s backing demonstrates BA parent company IAG’s commitment to investing $400m in alternative sustainable fuel development over the next 20 years.... The initiative will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent for every tonne of sustainable jet fuel that replaces a tonne of conventional fossil fuel and, once up and running by the mid-2020s, the Altalto plant could produce enough fuel for more than 1,000 London to New York flights each year using SAF in an A350 aircraft... For now, the key objective is to get the first few SAF projects into the market, says Hargreaves: “We are in the vanguard – Velocys will probably be the first waste-to-jet fuel plant in Europe. And, if we can do that, further investments in SAF will flow in.” hTtp://theclub.ba.com/january-2021/en/sustainable-jet-fuel-from-trash-gets-one-step-closer/
mcmather
15/1/2021
11:19
https://www.research-tree.com/companies/uk/chemicals/velocys-plc/research/longspur-research/ccs-support-both-sides-of-the-pond/59_82cd2a97-ab2f-4daf-ab76-0d62d4654b6d
marketboy
14/1/2021
13:05
cheers marketboy #3339; that seems pretty significant.
mcmather
13/1/2021
19:31
Good riddance to bad rubbish. Shut the lights on your way out please u lying rascal.
professor_syme
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