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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
  -0.11 -1.9% 5.69 5.56 5.68 5.90 5.69 5.74 889,452 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.2 -9.6 -1.1 - 61

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/3/2021
10:31
And why might that happen?
fern5
28/3/2021
23:31
10p by end of wk
prof_peaky
28/3/2021
16:06
26 March 2021 – “Field announces appointment of first Managing Director......We are a political and corporate communications consultancy that help clients change policy and perceptions......Key clients for the agency now range from property investment and development company Capital & Counties Properties to the likes of Alstom, Govia Thameslink and the Football Association. The company is also expanding into the energy sector, with clients including renewable jet fuel technologist Velocys”. hTtps://fieldconsulting.co.uk/field-announces-appointment-of-first-managing-director/
mcmather
28/3/2021
15:54
The CEO seems to agree with you in one regard but not the other: Henrik Wareborn, CEO, said: “…Velocys is accelerating into commercial deployment of our technology now after a long period of research and development”.
mcmather
28/3/2021
09:51
Living on grants and other people's money is their business model. This isn't a real business. Other people stump up for the infrastructure assets - still to be even built - and they will own those assets and not VLS. This is unlikely to ever be a cash generating, returns to shareholders, vehicle.
owenski
27/3/2021
21:16
Another mouth to feed. When will have a head of sales and Marketing? - Small scale Gas to Liquids - They don't seem to have even a lawn mower working on the end product. God fobid - where is the Marketing of the product. Daimler drove his first car 30miles over rough ground with spirit bought from a chemist. Come on guys there is small scale and ther is 'no scale' - wake up! - Living on grants all the time becomes a charity.
deutsch4
27/3/2021
13:32
https://www.velocys.com/2021/03/26/appointment-of-general-counsel-vice-president-legal-and-compliance/
marketboy
24/3/2021
17:39
Probably not in your life time, or maybe anyone's.
owenski
22/3/2021
11:07
Always seminars and talking - When are we going to see the product working and earning money?
deutsch4
22/3/2021
09:28
Panmure Gordon “NEW ENERGY & CLEAN TECH SEMINAR” can be accessed here; hTtps://www.panmure.com/new-energy-clean-tech-seminar/ Andrew Morris presenting for Velocys. His piece starts around 46mins 30secs and the Q&A starts around 60 mins. Some interesting bits in there – with CCS the projected 1000 annual Trans-Atlantic flights would become 2500, waste to be brought in via truck and rail (not 100% clear whether that related to both sites?) – and his comment that “we are looking forward to bring these projects to fruition in the UK”.
mcmather
18/3/2021
12:48
Re VLS’s recent Collaboration Agreement with Toyo (Japan), there is a RNS from ITM today – “the sale of a 1.4MW electrolyser to Sumitomo Corporation (Japan)”. A post on that thread from clive10 (cheers) a little earlier, has registered a little re “Sumitomo deal is great news. Japanese markets are exceedingly difficult to break into but once you are in you are in”. Has the potential of the Toyo collaboration been overlooked slightly by the market to date? hTtps://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=45173509&from=10953
mcmather
17/3/2021
22:44
I heard about what there doing on the news not this company as such no name was mentioned but it's positive news
myrmatt
17/3/2021
08:57
EU taking the plunge while JZC beats around the bush: https://www.euractiv.com/section/alternative-renewable-fuels/news/eu-planning-staggered-increase-in-use-of-green-jet-fuel/
marketboy
16/3/2021
10:39
Might be coincidental to the above, but Velocys tweeted this one 11 Mar 2021; Grant Shapps featuring in the HMG release: "Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, has reiterated his support for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) during an interview on BBC Radio 4, saying, “If you’re going to fly around domestically, you will need to use sustainable aviation fuels”. hTtps://twitter.com/VelocysPLC/status/1369978191838842881
mcmather
16/3/2021
10:34
16 Mar 2021 "Jet Zero launches £15 million competition to reduce aviation emissions......£15 million Green Fuels, Green Skies competition to turn materials such as everyday waste into sustainable aviation fuel......The Green Fuel, Green Skies competition, which is part of the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan, will support UK companies as they pioneer new technologies to convert household rubbish, waste wood and excess electricity into sustainable aviation fuel.....Companies will be able to bid for a share of £15 million to kickstart the development of first-of-a-kind production plants in the UK to produce these fuels at scale." hTtps://www.gov.uk/government/news/jet-zero-launches-15-millioncompetition-to-reduce-aviation-emissions Edit: The objectives of the competition: Technology demonstration: materially progress a project towards First-Of-A-Kind (FOAK) commercial production of an eligible SAF pathway. Fuel production: materially develop a project with the capability to produce commercially significant volumes of SAF, including for the purposes of attaining certification. Commercial potential: materially develop a strategy for commercialising the technology and the products from the project, demonstrating the potential for significant value to the UK. Emissions reduction: demonstrate the potential for greenhouse gas reductions of a technology pathway vs a fossil fuel equivalent. Project execution: bring together a team with the necessary expertise and experience to deliver the project according to its objectives. Edit ii: Responding to the formal launch today by the Government of a new competition backed by £15m of funding to support the development of sustainable aviation fuels, Andrew Morris, CFO of Velocys, said: “The launch of the ‘Green Fuels, Green Skies’ competition is another positive signal that the Government wants to invest in the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry in the UK. As Velocys continues to develop plans for the UK’s most advanced SAF facility, we welcome this move to accelerate projects like ours and to build the British SAF industry as part of a green recovery. “Building such an industry also requires policy changes, notably the introduction of a robust revenue support mechanism for SAF production facilities. In the year we host COP26, such action and support will show the UK as a world leader and demonstrate how serious we are about Jet Zero.” hTtps://www.circularonline.co.uk/news/jet-zero-launches-15-million%E2%80%AFcompetition-to-reduce-aviation-emissions/
mcmather
15/3/2021
22:32
I have just logged in to literally post the same article! Although they say there will be trials in 2 years, it will probably take many years to be turned into a commercial process (as Velocys have found). Still it seems to be a competitor? The ultimate question will be whether it's significantly cheaper than VLS's fuel.
cyberbub
15/3/2021
21:00
Doesn't mention VLS though. Aviation fuel from waste. hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-56408603
nick of the north
15/3/2021
13:45
It may be repetitive, but he's probably right.
ascov
03/3/2021
13:24
Humber region awarded freeport status in the budget. "In England, companies inside the sites will also be offered temporary tax breaks, mostly lasting five years. These include reductions to the tax companies pay on their existing property, and when they buy new buildings. Employers will also pay reduced national insurance for new staff" Edit; more info here (4 Mar 2021): "Specifically, businesses in these tax sites will be able to benefit from: • An enhanced 10 per cent rate of Structures and Buildings Allowance. This means firms’ investments will be fully tax relieved after 10 years; • An enhanced capital allowance of 100 per cent for companies investing in plant and machinery until September 30, 2026; • Full relief from Stamp Duty Land Tax on the purchase of land or property until September 30, 2026; • Full Business Rates relief until September 30, 2026; • Employer National Insurance contributions relief available for eligible employees until at least April 2026." hTtps://www.business-live.co.uk/ports-logistics/comment-freeports--good-news-19964843
mcmather
01/3/2021
16:11
Not much point unles they manage the forests on a global scale. Forest fires and volcano activity swamp motive power effects - It all might be a waste of time and effort! - Reminds me of King Canute! - nothing bigger than nature!
deutsch4
01/3/2021
11:19
(Alliance News) - Royal Dutch Shell PLC on Friday said it intends to set up the first commercial bio-power-to-liquid plant to produce sustainable aviation fuels in the Wesseling section of the Rheinland refinery, Germany. In addition, the Anglo-Dutch oil & gas firm said capacity of the polymer electrolyte membrane hydrogen electrolysis plant, which Shell is currently completing in the Wesseling plant together with ITM Power PLC and Linde PLC, is to be increased tenfold from the current 10 megawatts to 100 megawatts. Construction of this facility is expected to start in 2022. Shell said it, together with its partners, have applied for funding from the EU and Germany for both projects. A final investment decision for both projects is still pending. "The Rheinland refinery is the engine and heart of Shell's activities in Germany and will play a key role in providing the products that are increasingly different from our current crude oil-dominated range and that will increasingly convert to regenerative solutions such as synthetic and biofuels as well as green hydrogen," explained refinery Director Marco Richrath. "We will only be able to maintain mobility in the future if it is made more sustainable and road users can significantly reduce emissions on the road, on water and in the air. To make this possible, the location's product portfolio will and must change significantly," added Fabian Ziegler, chief executive of Shell Deutschland Oil.
ascov
23/2/2021
18:00
I said i'd go back in below 7...but small illiquid shares are being squeezed by the likes of IG. 5.5 looks more likely
ascov
19/2/2021
16:22
#3409 now on the company website; hTtps://www.velocys.com/2021/02/19/velocys-on-transport-energy-strategies-podcast/ Hopefully holding the trend (6.67p).
mcmather
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