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Thu, 8th Oct 2015
Paul Welch, chief executive of newly launched SDX Energy (CVE:SDX) says there’s huge upside...
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Thu, 8th Oct 2015
Paul Welch, chief executive of newly launched SDX Energy (CVE:SDX) says there’s huge upside potential for investors after the recent merger with Madison PetroGas. “We’ve got a real platform for growth underpinned by low cost, resilient and profitable production,” says Welch. The CEO claims the business, formerly Sea Dragon Energy, is stronger in terms of the asset base and balance sheet after the tie-up. Currently valued at around US$30mln, Welch says the new entity should have a market cap of around US$100mln– and that’s without taking exploration into account.
SDX Energy chief sees US$100mln valuation after PetroGas tie-up
Thu, 8th Oct 2015
London listed palm oil producers have lagged their foreign-listed peers this year and broker VSA Capital reckons there’s presents a buying opportunity. There’s good value among the likes of M.P. Evans (LON:MPE) Dekeloil (LON:DKL) and R.E.A. Holdings (LON:RE) according to analyst Ed Hugo, who also explains the drivers behind the recent pick-up in CPO prices.
London’s palm oil players worth a punt, VSA Capital reckons
Thu, 8th Oct 2015
Thomas Matheson, vice president, dividend forecasting at Markit expects global dividends in the fourth quarter to stall. The analyst reckons regular dividends in Europe (ex UK and Ireland) will shed more than €1bn in Q4 and there will also be cuts in Asia. The UK remains a bright spot though and is expected to grow Q4 dividends to £13.2bn, as firms reiterate commitment to distributions.
Global dividend growth dims but UK a bright spot, says Markit
Wed, 7th Oct 2015
Ed Winter, chief executive of Fastjet (LON:FJET), says the airline remains on course to start flying its planes in Zambia before the end of the year following a key licence award in Zimbabwe. An Air Operator Certificate (AOC) means Fastjet can now fly domestic and international routes within and from Zimbabwe, a significant milestone on the firm’s path to becoming the most successful pan African low cost airline. A similar agreement with the Zambia Civil Aviation Authority (ZCAA) is expected to be reached in the final months of 2015.
Fastjet CEO eyes Zambia licence as Zimbabwe plans take off
Wed, 7th Oct 2015
Ian Harebottle, chief executive of coloured gemstone specialist Gemfields (LON:GEM), says the company’s full-year results reflect what’s been a phenomenal year of growth for the business. The miner said it had either met or exceeded production guidance at its Kagem emerald and Montepuez ruby operations, with record prices achieved at the six auctions held during the period. Costs increased and pre-tax profits were lower, but speaking to Proactive, Harebottle puts this down to a “quadrupling of the size and growth of the company.”
Gemfields results reflect “phenomenal year of growth”, says chief exec
Wed, 7th Oct 2015
Randeep Grewal, chief executive of Green Dragon Gas (LON:GDG) says China’s decision to devalue its currency has had little effect on the company. “We’re a domestic producer, we get paid domestically and we consume domestically, so we are very well sheltered.” Meanwhile, Grewal says Green Dragon is benefiting from China’s regional gas market, which is currently experiencing strong pricing and demand while the firm's drilling programme is on track.
Green Dragon sheltered from yuan devaluation, says CEO Grewal
Wed, 7th Oct 2015
Berkeley Energy’s (ASX:BKY) (LON:BKY) managing director Paul Atherley says an updated resource estimate for the firm’s Zona 7 deposit is set to boost the economics of the company’s Salamanca project, even at current uranium prices. A new study has reported grades comparable to the world's highest grade open pit mines in operation at Zona 7, with the bulk of the resource lying within fifty metres of the surface. Zona 7 is the largest deposit within the Salamanca Project located in central-western Spain. Speaking to Proactive, Atherley said he reckons Salamanca is rapidly emerging as one of the best new projects around.
Berkeley Energy boss: Zona 7 upgrade to boost Salamanca economics
Tue, 6th Oct 2015
Independent Resources (LON:IRG) boss Greg Coleman says the firm’s deal with Nostra Terra (LON:NTOG) to acquire producing assets in Egypt sets the stage for further growth. The pair of AIM oil companies, which set up a joint venture last month, will acquire a non-operated 50% stake in the East Ghazalat concession for US$3.5mln. Current production is set to generate US$100,000 free cash flow a month for Independent, which has a 25% stake.
Egypt deal
Tue, 6th Oct 2015
Andrew Knott, chief executive of Savannah Petroleum (LON:SAVP), says he is encouraged by the calibre of potential partners for the company’s work in Niger's Agadem Rift Basin. The firm is aiming to complete seismic acquisition planning and tendering work for its R1/R2 and R3/R4 licence areas in the fourth quarter. Speaking to Proactive, Knott said he anticipates a partner being on board by Q1 2016 at the latest, after which operational exploration can recommence.
Savannah Petroleum boss encouraged by calibre of potential partners
Tue, 6th Oct 2015
Peter Levine, chairman of President Energy (LON:PPC), says the decision to take the remaining 36% of the Pirity concession was an opportunistic move which gives the company greater scope to pursue its own ambitions. “The full-control of Pirity gives us greater leverage – more skin in the game – when it comes to dealing with strategic partners,” said Levine. Pirity, in Paraguay, saw two exploration wells drilled last year with both identifying potentially significant hydrocarbon accumulations. Both wells are suspended and can be re-opened for testing in the future.
President Energy's Pirity purchase “opportunistic move”, says chairman
Tue, 6th Oct 2015
Andrew Shepherd, deputy chief executive of AIM-listed wealth management group Brooks Macdonald (LON:BRK), discusses the growth for the business since its IPO in 2005 and its investment approach going forward. Since listing in London a decade ago, the company’s market value has soared to £235mln with shares trading at 1,722p. Last month, the company revealed it had grown annual pre-tax profits by 8%, to £11.4mln, in a year where funds under management grew 13%. “It’s about giving clients the best amount of returns with the least amount of risk,” says Shepherd, who has been at the business since 2002.
Brooks Macdonald still a solid investment case, says deputy CEO Shepherd
Tue, 6th Oct 2015
Magomet Malsagov, chief executive of PureCircle (LON:PURE), says the natural sweeteners market servicing the food and beverage industry is worth US$90bn globally. PureCircle creates sweeteners from the stevia plant – a sugar alternative – an increasingly popular ingredient used to reduce calories in food and drink. Malsagov discusses the potential for the firm, regulatory challenges, big brands using its products and the long-term outlook for growth.
Stevia market proving a sweet spot for PureCircle