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BumbleB
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RE: OT Peter Bond
Today 12:09
Yes, a very selective account of PBs carrier to date.
 
Desertwolfch
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OT Peter Bond
Today 10:07
Just for who is interested, PB is back, now with Green Energy scrabbing new investors probably, funny that in his discription he mentiones how he builded up Linc impressively , but he forgot to mentione how he sank it again quickly..... what a snob and pr@@@

http://www.kineticenergy.net.au/about-us
Desertwolfch
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RE: JR
Today 09:21
Feel free... at least Mr Bond got it, but I doubt he or AFC understands it really
ColdFishPie
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RE: JR
Today 08:57
Wow DW....i like your style!

Do you mind if i copy and paste to send the same please?:)
Desertwolfch
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RE: JR
Today 08:52
Just send AFC a mail, not that I exspect any reply, but perhaps they understand this.

Benefits of a Good Investor Relations Team
The benefits of a good IR team are:

Maintain a loyal shareholder base
Enhance long-term shareholder value
Ensure receptive capital markets for future financing at favorable terms
Lower the cost of capital
Build long-term credibility with the investment community

LOL
BumbleB
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RE: JR
Today 08:48
It is very difficult to say DW because we have no idea what goes on behind closed doors. Was Yeo any better? I am not aware that Rennocks is tarnished in the same way. He did say he had two major roles at the AGM. First was to make the company more professional, particularly with regard to legal matters and governance. The second was to focus senior management on what needs to be done.

I have to say that Bond has been more sober in his statements in the last year or so. Perhaps a Rennocks influence there.
athansius
Posts: 222
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RE: JR
Today 08:27
Rennocks is typical of his type. A serial post retirement non-exec anxious to have hos snout in as many troughs as possible. Thinks rather arrogantly that his crumbs of wisdom (not that we have seen any) add value, and as chairman treats the company like his personal fiefdom.

I would love this individual to prove me wrong, but I won't be holding my breath.
Desertwolfch
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JR
Today 08:19
Has anyone seen anything yet in term of JR`s recommendation when they introduced him : I am still struggling to find any sign of his wealth experience......

Rennocks has "a wealth of public markets and energy market experience", AFC said, having previously worked as either chairman or as a non-executive director at satellite network operator Inmarsat PLC, engineering services provider Babcock International Group PLC, technical products supplier Diploma PLC, power technology company Intelligent Energy, and investment trusts Utilico Emerging Markets Ltd and Bluefield Solar Income Fund Ltd.

"John's extensive experience of growing large publicly listed power businesses is invaluable to us as we approach a transformative period in the company's history and we are delighted that he has chosen to join our board. Richard Tuffill, with an extensive background in the power and energy sectors is a fantastic recruit to the management team at AFC Energy," Chief Executive Adam Bond said in a statement."
Desertwolfch
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Pps
Tue 18:42
Funny how the pps is manipulated down on buys when it stayed the whole day higher on buys and sells, corrupt system
Desertwolfch
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 13:30
One more information to clear things a bit, the SOR plant is using a system from Anergy for converting the waste, the article is here - search for the file - sustainability_matters_feb_mar_2018_OMS.pdf

http://www.anergy.com/news/7-australian-innovation-at-the-forefront-of-queensland-s-push-for-greener-technology.php

http://www.anergy.com/what-is-htp.php
Desertwolfch
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 13:16
An Interview with Ben Tabulo General Manager of Synbio and Southern Oil from March 2018 in which he confirms that SOR is expecting a hydrothermal liquefactior at the end of 2018 for installation / comissioning beginning of 2019, that could have lead to a delay with the installation of the AFC fuel cell system, just speculation, but makes sense...

https://www.pressreader.com/australia/central-queensland-news/20180309/283442076980131
PurpleBagel74
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 13:00
Ah ok I see, put 2 and 2 together and got 5.

Looks like lots of investment in the Southern Oil plant all the same though which can only be positive.
Desertwolfch
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 12:58
This are two completely different projects, the Plant of Southern works and should be in full operation, also the hydrogen production should be settled by now. Mercury is just adding another pilot scene and technology to the SOR plant using their facilities ! That would be additional business which might come in, nothing to do with the actual plan and the AFC fuel cell system. Sor is refining tires and old oil, whereby Mercurius is refining from sugar and agricultural and forestry waste.

"Mercurius has developed cutting-edge, patented biotechnology to produce cost-effective drop-in biofuels and bio-chemicals from non-food feedstocks like sugarcane waste – all without directly producing a CO2 by-product "

CO LOCATED ! Additionally to what SOR runs....
The Mercurius pilot biorefinery will be co-located on the Northern Oil Refinery at Yarwun, with construction scheduled to conclude in late 2019.
PurpleBagel74
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 12:26
Hi, don’t know if it’s been posted already but Mercurius who are building the plant for Northern Oil in Gladstone only got the funding confirmed last week - just search it in google.

Likely to be 3 months from now for the pilot plant to be live it says. Therefore doubt any update to AFC prior to this as Northern Oil would have been waiting for the 4m grant to go ahead.

Likely this snowballs into news for the AFC fuel cell over the next few weeks or months to confirm and pay for the order.

Good news either way that the whole project is a go.
Desertwolfch
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RE: Northern Oil
Tue 09:22
So the first figures found of what was planned or is planned at the SOR plant :

"The initial demonstration plant will be designed to produce 20kg/hr of hydrogen to feed the 15-million litre per year hydrotreater. Southern Oil will then design a 2000 kg/hr unit required for the one billion litre per year facility."

This was from June 2017 and within the next 12 month the wanted to install and operate the upgraded plant, which means that the bigger plant should have been in operation in June 2018, probably that was delayed as always time lines towards such a technology and scaling up are delayed. Might be the reason why AFC is delayed to Q3 if that is still the time line.

What we dont know is how much of this hydrogen is sold and how much used for a FC installation to power the Refinery itself..
Desertwolfch
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Northern Oil
Tue 08:31
At5 the end of the year it seemed that Northern was just in the process to install and run the system for producing hydrogen, I think the CISCO process what quite developed, but there is another part in the system which was not fully prooven as it seems and it needs to be integrated to produce the hydrogen, I can only speculate that there where delays in installing and running the process with delayed the AFC fuel cell delivery to Q3 as of yet.

"It would do this using a combination of chemical looping technology developed by the CSIRO and a steam-over-iron reform developed by a Queensland company in conjunction with Bangkok University, he said."
Desertwolfch
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Hydrogen Applications and industrie
Tue 07:48
Desertwolfch
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RE: Australia
Tue 07:23
Absolutely right Bumble, besides when new technology is shown I mostly never saw a detailed inside working of it and I doubt the BBC would film there if they saw a plug from the power grid to the fuelling... all said for now... I guess it was rushed due to your suggestions and as they received a request, also it was planed within their micro grid at dunsfold, so probably the first step in there, besides everyone is placing tomuch attention on the fueliing system, it was ones again from my view just a proof on cencept for off grid, perhaps they had visitors and combined this with the EV charging possibility to show off grid...
BumbleB
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RE: SFC energy
Tue 07:11
That would be an unfortunate but somewhat superficial confusion since direct methanol fuel cells run off a different fuel (methanol) are smaller and less efficient. A serious customer would not confused.
athansius
Posts: 222
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SFC energy
Tue 06:59
Didn't realise there is a company called SFC energy already delivering fuel cells in large quantities.That could cause some confusion.....https://www.dgap.de/dgap/News/?eqsNewsID=1754483
sharesport
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RE: Australia
Tue 06:47
It is also better than a MOU.
BumbleB
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RE: Australia
Tue 06:36
That is one plausible explanation Daz.
BumbleB
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RE: Australia
Tue 06:35
Another indication that the stacks deliver electricity is that they have been part of a programme of testing for European grants, which have been paid. If the technology did not work that would count as major international fraud, and I don’t see them getting away with that. Longevity is the issue requiring final proof.
Daz9643
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RE: Australia
Tue 06:32
It was rushed so they could claim a world first.




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