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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.00 3,448,239 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.92 6.08 6.48 5.90 6.48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.33 -9.91 -1.90 64
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:01 AT 5,650 6.08 GBX

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25/9/2020
09:20
Velocys Daily Update: Velocys Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VLS. The last closing price for Velocys was 6p.
Velocys Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.82p and a 12 week average price of 5.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.10p.
There are currently 1,063,756,057 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,114,047 shares. The market capitalisation of Velocys Plc is £63,825,363.42.
18/9/2020
15:56
brucie5: Owenski, fair points. But the only wage bill I'm here to pay is my own! In my experience the share price tells a story, though many times it changes its mind. I think it's more likely to go up than down, as its target market becomes aware of its offering and aviation becomes increasingly willing to pay top dollar to green itself in the court of public opinion.
24/6/2020
18:01
pejaten: Well this placing etc is going to whack the share price
19/6/2020
21:50
deutsch4: VLS have been waiting for the UK air industry(ie BA) to make a move for years. hence VLS moved to the USofA mainly for a jolly on expenses. After many moons...as the Red Indians would say.....VLS is back in the UK...what's the difference. Look no further than the share price over 10 years. I am sure GAC can give you a more reasoned summary but it will come to the same - One BA aeroplane flying to the Canary Islands and back over a summer season, using VLS produced jet fuel would be all the marketing this product needs,....it would then sell itself! - But we have never ever had anyone in the company who knew anything about Marketing. - They are all frustrated energy professional who never got the top job in any of the Major's....Vanity rules... ask GAC. by the way forget BP.
20/12/2019
14:23
erogenous jones: Well, planning consent has not been given yet, the company will still run out of money accoring to the accounts and, even if the company is successful with planning consent, fund raising will not be the easy exercise that you foresee. The issue that the company has is that it has raised money several times before and always at a deep discount to the share price immediately before the announcement. The share price is constrained as institutional supporters are fully aware that pressure is on the company to generate meaningful revenue and not the trifling amounts as noted in the accounts. Be honest with yourself, the turnover is little more than petty cash and rather less than a corner shop in a tiny village somewhere in the Welsh countryside. But, suppose for a moment, that consent is given - the company will want to take advantage of that BUT because commissioning plant takes at least 18 months it will run out of money far quicker than the cash burn because the expenditure will rise the moment that ground is broken. Any rise in the share price will be short lived and, far from rising, it might well fall. Market Makers are perverse like that.
26/11/2019
20:36
erogenous jones: FAO demonboy and kirk6 Please don't get me wrong. I have been a holder of shares in Shell for the greater part of 50 years. The energy sector not just feeds but provides employment for the world. And I have no problem with alternative sources for energy. There is enough oil in the ground to power the world for many decades - it might get more expensive to extract, but that is a different argument - but when burnt, it is dirty. Oil majors are addressing this with investment in the green option including VLS. There has been no dominant winners thus far. VLS is finished. It might be ressurrected, but only when it has undergone considerable improvement and proves itself to be a viable alternative. Thus far it has not. 2017 was a decent year for investors. 2018 was a terrible year for investors. 2019 has been a spectacular one. For VLS 2017, 2018 and 2019 were terrible. I doubt it will last for 2020. We share the same hope - that our investments will perform well. We share investment in VLS at different times, with similar hopes that our investment will do well. There is still 100% left that the share price can fall, but the balance of probability is that this is a company that will fail. At least my shares in RDSB have been paying dividends for decades and no evidence that they will be stopping. I have a buy order in place for shares in RDSB for the avoidence of doubt.
03/11/2019
20:44
erogenous jones: Turn happenned yet, Kirk 6? No, seriously, I note that some research has been made by a relative newcomer to the financial pundits - it can be read behind a paywall - and the shares are now plumbing a new low. Look, one of the "rules" for investors is that sometimes an investment goes sour. Get over it and preserve capital. My crystalised loss (£36k) in VLS pales into insignificance with the claimed exposure you have to this company and the paper loss in place. At the moment, VLS is NOT a viable business. It will not be a viable business until revenues exceed expenses. Currently it is a leech. Shell for example could buy this company every day for many years and it would not make the least impact on either the revenues of Shell or the revenues that VLS are generating. You are clutching at straws. I repeat my comment that companies that suffer a 90% drop in their share price rarely survive. The liklihood of VLS surviving beyond another fund raising is about nil. Abramovitch needs losses from time to time to reduce his tax liability. It would be better that the company folds than it would be for the share price to double from its present position. You can continue to "average down" if you wish, I don't actually care a hoot whether you lose the lot, break even or make a fortune, but IF the company is viable, it will be snapped up from under your nose and your holding, significant it might be for you, will have no influence whatsoever.
08/10/2019
14:44
owenski: BP advertising on TV about converting waste food into jet fuel Obviously, VLS isn't the only game in town, BP must have or be funding their own GTL process. VLS share price deffo looking like there's a problem.
22/7/2017
20:09
fluky: My assumptions/scenarios were posted in #3343 & 3345. Here they are: #3343: Velocys cannot survive this year without a cash injection. There are a few scenarios to get to year's end: 1. Another raise at approx 50p - probability: 5% - Will run into shareholders opposition because last round was at 225p unless VLS could grant them a deal. 2. An acquisition by a strategic partner - probability: 80% - would mean that the VLS shares are converted into cash and/or shares of the acquirer 3. VLS goes out of business - probability: 15% If VLS stays in business I'll go for 125p at Christmas 2017. I'll go for zero in the other cases. In the latter case, the shareholders will have cash or shares equivalent to 55p VLS share price. I discard the "going out of business" scenario. Thoughts? I added later a 4th scenario, responding to Fern's comment: #3345: Good point. Let's add scenario #4: RA takes VLS private and buys out the other shareholders at 55p - probability 30%. Probability of scenario #2 goes down to 50%. Fern5: what do you think? ------- Now that I retrieved my old posting, I am surprised about my prediction of the raise at 50p...
06/2/2017
20:00
pugugly: Another possible drag on the vls share price "More pipelines form part of a wider, deflationary trend of rising energy supply that is likely under President Trump (see this). That means not only gas markets, but also coal miners and even power generators will feel the effects as those ripples grow more intense" https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-02-06/new-gas-pipeline-approvals-here-comes-the-monster. Declaration - A vls holder - and still partially under water so I need a higher share price but just looking a possilbe potholes on the way there - See also > https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-02-06/u-s-oil-gas-prices-seen-falling-with-trump-energy-revolution
04/1/2017
15:49
fluky: Velocys cannot survive this year without a cash injection. There are a few scenarios to get to year's end: 1. Another raise at approx 50p - probability: 5% - Will run into shareholders opposition because last round was at 225p unless VLS could grant them a deal. 2. An acquisition by a strategic partner - probability: 80% - would mean that the VLS shares are converted into cash and/or shares of the acquirer 3. VLS goes out of business - probability: 15% If VLS stays in business I'll go for 125p at Christmas 2017. I'll go for zero in the other cases. In the latter case, the shareholders will have cash or shares equivalent to 55p VLS share price. I discard the "going out of business" scenario. Thoughts?
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