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ra757
01:01

RE:Biomass Even better still why dont Maersk just go down the route of getting nuclear reactors on board like the submarines and big aircraft carriers, cost of implenting that would be huge though but you would essentially get free power for 25 years without having to fill up. MSAR provides the benefits of not having to makes huge changes to the fleets engines at a cost saving of $1 million a year. Biomass, LNG, Nuclear reactors and even these balmy ideas of powering these boats with sails are a long way into the future IMO. For the short to medium term MSAR covers the marine market for Maersk very well (if all goes well with the trials that is). It also comes with the added benefit of not having to change anything on board the ship for the fuel, cost reductions and also the added green benefits of the fuel. No one can for see the next black swan events, but in the mean time i firmly believe (if the trials come back good) MSAR provides excellent benefits in the short to intermediate term for Maersk.

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creature
18 Apr

RE: Biomass Maybe run this past your secret contacts 'Progression Industry will develop a sustainable marine fuel…….for Maersk Oil Trading.' [link] "Maersk Oil Trading is urgently looking for a talented and experienced individual" [link] Have a nice Easter. Good night.

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BertyW
18 Apr

RE: Biomass Dear PrepH I may be wrong and I dont have the info to hand but when I first read the same information I think it was to do with biofuels replacing diesel or similar for on board generators etc. so relatively small quantities compared to main engine use. Still very laudable but I suspect if all shipping converted to Biofuel ( gas or diesel) we would have to plough up half the rain forest and plant palm oil trees so perhaps not so green in the end. Can you investigate and keep us updated.

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ArgyllEagle
18 Apr

RE: Re: RE: BertyW Re: The new job.... Creature You don't believe Berty, so stick with that and don't invest in QFI. But tell us all why you won't let the subject go? It seems you are desperately struggling to convince everyone that Berty is wrong and that msar will fail. Please explain your motive for doing this?

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BertyW
18 Apr

RE: BertyW Dear Botak Cheers and thanks for the support. Its only right we all put a differnt weight to information as it comes out. What I find reasuring is that the direction is still positive.

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BertyW
18 Apr

RE: Re: RE: BertyW Re: The new job.... Back from feeding and who have we here Its Creature, again a post with no information , no facts ,no ideas nothing to add to the sum of knowledge . NO, NO,NO a bug nada, ziltch,Zero again You score zero points It’s as if you are reading a dictionary and think its knowledge Off you go to the naughty step and when you have a real question, I will as always answer it. Just so we understand each other: A question is a linguistic expression used to make a request for information, or the request made using such an expression. The information requested may be provided in the form of an answer. Information is that which informs, i.e., that from which data can be derived. Information is conveyed either as the content of a message or through direct or indirect observation of some thing. After all how will children learn if its not by example. try again and see if you can get more points.

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Frankseluk6
18 Apr

Investors Chronicle Aim 100 No 37 Quadrise Fuels International."Put simply: the technology has such potential that Quadrise's partners have been willing to stump up the lions share of development costs ""Quadrise has established a strong working relationship with the worlds biggest oil producer, Saudi Aramco in addition to Mexico's state owned PEMEX""But the focus is on the engine trials of MSAR that could eventually see the roll-out of the fuelon vessels run by Danish container/shipping giant Maersk""whilst we think the technology has massive potential we want to see further commercial progress before we become buyers again. Hold

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1jacko
18 Apr

Creature What is wrong with you! This is not a court of law,but merely a BB.Were you bullied at school,or do feel like big fish in a small pond,cos you ain't.

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J-P-M
18 Apr

Creature the knobber What more can I add, you really are a complete and utter loser! Wake up and smell the fecking coffee.

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creature
18 Apr

RE: Re: RE: BertyW Re: The new job.... Berty, thanks for your feedback. You might 100% 'believe'….but 'to believe' is not the same as 'to know' Hence you have come up with a 'theory', but presented it as 'fact'. First you confirmed as fact..... ------ "1.) Can confirm Maersk advert is in part connected to MSAR development.( info direct from maersk)" ------ ...but the next day you water in right down saying that Maersk didn't even mention 'MSAR'!: ------------- "My conversation with Maersk, they did not say QFI or MSAR they did confirm link with trials of new emulsion fuel on two vessels." ------------- An emulsion is just a mix of liquids. The job ad might be related to the GLEAMS project, or it might be related to the Hercules-C project, or it might be related to MSAR, or whatever else, we just don't know! So you are presenting your theory as fact. First you confirmed 'MSAR development' but then you say that MSAR was never mentioned, thus proving that your original news-flash was just a theory, and highly misleading.

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jackg123
18 Apr

RE: Advert Thanks for your input Berty. From the job advert it mentions HFO which MSAR replaces, chartering of tankers, HFO is already at the hubs, if the tankers are not for MSAR what would they charter them for. Experience from the downstream oil industry – especially marine fuel (i.e. heavy fuel oil and gasoil) and oil logistics (e.g. chartering of tankers) • Understanding of the commercial side of oil refineries

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WelshmenTrad...
18 Apr

RE: Competition? Yes I did my usual end of year sp price prediction which will reappear at the end of year so see how we did. I know there was another going round when we would hit a 1billion Mcap

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BOTAK
18 Apr

BertyW You come across as a complete Gent Taking the time to explain your post/actions to skeptical readers just demonstrates your integrity is of a very high degree, I for one had misgivings when I first read the post regards the Maersk vacancy but those were soon dispelled when a 10 second concentration span concluded that after all its only a job avert ( all be it a confidence boosting advert regards MSAR2) NOT a ground breaking announcement from some hidden party Please accept my gratitude for your encouraging find and keep up the good work

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BertyW
18 Apr

RE: BertyW - RE: New Job Dear OneAussie Sorry to reply so late, as part of a bid for the good life apart from running my own small paper company my wife and I have a small holding and even though we only have a hand full of sheep, lambing can be a stressful time. First may I say that I am not at all well connected in the true sense. I only hold a few different shares and perhaps because my office is home based am able to fill any spare time investigating the **** out of the ones I hold. Some of the information I have received is from people I have spoken to before and some from recent contacts. I have always been pleasantly surprised how willing people are to talk about thier own companies and this is even more so when they too feel there is a real exciting / new project involved.. If you have the time give it a go and let us know how you get on. I can’t tell you how surprised I was when on one occasion I was speaking to what I thought was the (male)receptionist at Quadrise only to have him introduce himself as Ian Williams, the Chairman himself. He answered the phone no difficulty, secrecy or special handshakes required. Most of the companies/ organisation I have contacted could not be more helpful obviously the closer you get to the MSAR project itself the more softly softly approach is required. If you join the other Forum let me know and I can always send you my details and we can have a chat. I can only assure you that everything I have posted is true any reluctance to quote verbatim is to maintain lines of communication I have opened within various organisations. I would like to think that you can trust me but of course would always ( like I do ) try to make my own contacts. I know it’s of little difference buy Berty is my real knick name not some made up jumble of letters, no secrecy, no hidden agendas. Regards BertyW

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the old trou...
18 Apr

Re: RNS - IEG Shareholding Thanks TH2,One thing I'm not too sure about is whether the same rules apply to exercise of options as to normal share purchases or sales. If so, as discussed before, Directors have very few windows of opportunity to do so. Thus perhaps the last opportunity for some time when the BoD will not be in possession of price sensitive information yet to be released to the market. It could well be the case that the shares will be held until another window arises, such as following publication of the annual report in the autumn, by which time several milestones should have been achieved and some profit taking could be easily absorbed on a high volume spike.FWIW I'm sure none of the longer term holders will begrudge Directors or senior management taking some profit from these options, given the long period when the company was run on a shoestring and was unable to reward them properly through the payroll. What I'm looking forward to is the closure of that window of opportunity and a steady flow of news, starting with confirmation of proof of concept for the Wartsila engine. It's good to see that Maersk are actively planning for that through their recruitment programme and a firm decision to proceed to LONO stage surely cannot now be more than a few weeks away.Happy Easter everyone,T

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PreparationH
18 Apr

Biomass I'm sure this is not relevant to recent developments but I'll pop it in for completeness... "Maersk also said that it is increasing research into using biofuels to power its ships from waste biomass and it hopes to introduce the fuel into its ships in the next three to seven years." [link]

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GP68
18 Apr

RE: BertyW - RE: New Job Thank you AE..very eloquently put and am in total agreement with your sentiments. Enjoy the Easter break everyone. GL

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eeez
18 Apr

RE: Competition? Thanks ArgyllEagle. Chances are I'll do that tomorrow: just about to open a bottle of something and fall asleep.

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ArgyllEagle
18 Apr

RE: Competition? Eeez I believe it was Welshmentrader. Check his posts and you should find the list.

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ArgyllEagle
18 Apr

RE: BertyW - RE: New Job OneAussie BertyW and I share information by PM on the QFI Forum and I have no doubt, from what he has shared with me, that Maersk personnel have confirmed to him that the project manager position and the variant marine fuel being tested at sea are connected. Berty has already told us that he will not provide full details of his conversation as the person he spoke to may be identified if he provides too much info on the BBs and they could be in bother for revealing too much to him. Berty has been kind enough to share this info with us and it is up to each investor to act or not act on what he has posted. I think anyone trying to put pressure on him to disclose more than he wants to, because of their own doubts, is out of line. If you do doubt Berty's info then simply ignore it. I do trust Berty, and respect his integrity. I have already used up my current years ISA allowance acquiring more QFI shares because I have total confidence in a successful POC. The Maersk job advert / Berty's telephone conversation info just reinforces my decision.

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