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Share Price: 0.78Bid: 0.76Ask: 0.80Change: -0.05 (-6.02%)Faller - Eqtec
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 5.26%Open: 0.83High: 0.83Low: 0.78Yesterday’s Close: 0.83


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markrothwell
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.79
RE: Still on the runway?
Today 07:42
Agreed. It's unacceptable.
 
I1219
Posts: 61
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.79
Still on the runway?
Today 07:39
Back in September Price described Eqt as on the runway, about to take off. Well, three months later are we still taxiing? I think we are entitled to an update
Palmer944
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.83
North fork
Wed 21:33
Sorry guys bearer of bad news looks like 2019 for North fork
Hang in there, it's coming
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: 1922 committee
Wed 12:49
We were OK trading with the rest of the world before EU for over 400years. People need to understand that...we began the whole process of *overseas free trade, so why do we insist on letting the EU rule us? We won both WWars with our allies and now they want to punish us. THE TRUTH IS...Britain SHOULD BE HEAD OF THE EU and let 'those over there' listen to our frigging laws. Which incidentally were laid down by Magna Carta and followed henceforth by most civilised countries. 900 years of law making pulled to bits by a mob of EU dictators in less than a few decades!
Pull out altogether and let the 'idle member countries' ponce off the EU. iF WE PULLED OUT AND CALLED THEIR BLUFF...the EU would collapse with other countries following us. AND guess who will be next, FRANCE, then ITALY?

* The first international free trade agreement, the Cobden-Chevalier Treaty, is finalised in 1860 between the United Kingdom and France, prepared by Richard Cobden and Michel Chevalier; it sparks off successive agreements between other countries in Europe
MacNewton
Posts: 3
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
1922 committee
Wed 11:57
'I will fight it with everything I've got'
Mrs May back against the wall

What will see.
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: UK gasification 2050 carbon targets
Tue 16:27
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
UK gasification 2050 carbon targets
Tue 16:19
June 2017, source edie newsroom

https://goo.gl/4V7ne3

A new report has outlined that using waste and biomass for gasification can help the UK meet its 2050 carbon targets at a lower cost to the economy, on the same day that research condemned a biomass standard used by Drax, E.ON and DONG as a "forest of loopholes".

The UK is the biggest importer of wood pellets in the European Union (EU), shipping in more than seven million tonnes from the US and Canada in 2015
The UK is the biggest importer of wood pellets in the European Union (EU), shipping in more than seven million tonnes from the US and Canada in 2015

The role of using biomass as a “carbon-neutral” contributor to national energy mixes usually creates divided opinions, and this week is no exception. Some argue that use of forest-based biomass can lead to emissions greater or equal to the use of coal.

However, a new report by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has suggested that combining waste and biomass for gasification can produce low-carbon energy in line with the UK’s 2050 carbon targets, while reducing the costs by more than 1% of GDP.

The key differentiator of the ETI report is that gasification can use a variety of feedstocks outside of “woody” biomass. Gasification can convert energy held within solid fuels into gas which can then be used to create electricity, hydrogen and even jet fuel
read more
https://www.edie.net/news/6/UK-s-biomass-ambition--low-cost-solution-or-forest-full-of-loopholes-/
redundancypot
Posts: 866
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 15:06
Trading, especially large trades between countries will be stalled until a decision is made, as a crash in sterling although bad for some is fantastic for others.
Investor1111
Posts: 1,241
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 14:15
Ceo will be thinking the same if he announces the contract news
PeterMunroe
Posts: 374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 14:13
Why hasn't the share price moved a jot all day
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 13:30
Many companies seem to be delaying news? Could Brexit be the reason, after all many companies are in limbo not knowing the outcome? Also companies ie gold stocks, registered outside the UK are trading reasonably well, me wonders?
PeterMunroe
Posts: 374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 10:49
But Ag I agree that would have been a way better approach
PeterMunroe
Posts: 374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 10:49
They should sack the whole thing off. I'm sure another vote would see stronger remain support. Anyway, let's not start Brexit debate on here!
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
Brexit fiasco o/t
Tue 10:32
When David Cameron resigned they should have implemented the 'Parliament Act', dissolved Parliament and then formed a 'Brexit Coalition', like they do in wartime. After all, leaving the EU is a very serious matter, so it would have required ALL PARTIES to come together, forming a proper consortium of the best government brains to negotiate us leaving. ALL PARTIES.....not just one politician, possibly as many as a dozen of the countries top ministerial brains [plus the best in banking and business. THAT's what should have happened. We have only ourselves to blame for accepting a one person negotiator and also Mrs May is hiding something from all of us?
TopAimer
Posts: 1,088
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.835
RE: Let's get back 2 a sensible sp
Tue 09:17
Palmer no harm being like me - research is research and it’s going to pay massively here at eqt
bigdouble
Posts: 6,708
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: Another big buy
Mon 21:38
Tucked away 4 mill at these levels. Another buyer also taking large chunks
King5hott
Posts: 629
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.83
RE: Another big buy
Mon 21:34
Was that you big double? Jesus how many have you bought recently?
King5hott
Posts: 629
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.83
RE: Let's get back 2 a sensible sp
Mon 21:32
This is the best I've seen this chat page.

Different agendas, new ideas, wider research. I couldn't stand it when I clicked on chat and saw the endless repetitive nonsense from the doc holiday boys.
Palmer944
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
Let's get back 2 a sensible sp
Mon 21:27
Richard Thornton signed 5 year feedstock for North fork
Must be close to start
Don't like keep posting links (makes me feel like top aim lol) so use key words in our trusty Google and see for yourself
No I haven't got a Ferrari nor would I want one (old German everytime)
I am either on the road, at work, or typing through peed up eyes
But will keep updating as and when I can
Palmer944
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: It's coming
Mon 21:19
Afraid so apple wish there was more, but when these are up and running who knows what's to come
Good look all long and short
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: It's coming
Mon 21:13
Palmer...keep up the good work.
Is the Phoenix contract awards anything to do with our two MOU agreements?

https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/2017/11/two-california-biomass-plants-win-power-contracts.html

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/two-phoenix-energy-projects-developing-a-total-of-5mw-of-biomass-power-generation-receive-offers-for-ppas-from-pacific-gas--electric-300547866.html

Pacific Gas & Electric has awarded power purchase agreements to two forest-based biomass gasification plants in California.

Developer Phoenix Energy yesterday said that contracts for the two projects — North Fork Community Power in North Fork, Calif., and Blue Mountain Electric Company in Willseyville, Calif. — were awarded under the state’s Bioenergy Feed-in Tariff Program.

The projects will receive $199.72 per MWh exported to the grid for 20 years from commencement of operation, Phoenix Energy said. The company expects that, once they are operating, the projects will collectively export 37,500 MWh per year. The projects have two and a half years to connect to the grid.

According to the company, the projects will use local forest biomass as well as fire threat reduction activities from the Sierra and Yosemite National Forest areas to make electricity, heat and biochar.

"In addition to generating valuable electricity, biochar and heat, these projects are fueled by excess and widely available forestry biomass,” Phoenix Energy CEO Gregory Stangl said in a statement. “These projects will reduce fire danger and stop wasteful 'pile and burn' disposal of excess forest material.”
applegarth
Posts: 15,680
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
RE: It's coming
Mon 21:12
Palmer...keep up the good work.
Is the Phoenix contract awards anything to do with our two MOU agreements?

https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/2017/11/two-california-biomass-plants-win-power-contracts.html

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/two-phoenix-energy-projects-developing-a-total-of-5mw-of-biomass-power-generation-receive-offers-for-ppas-from-pacific-gas--electric-300547866.html

Pacific Gas & Electric has awarded power purchase agreements to two forest-based biomass gasification plants in California.

Developer Phoenix Energy yesterday said that contracts for the two projects — North Fork Community Power in North Fork, Calif., and Blue Mountain Electric Company in Willseyville, Calif. — were awarded under the state’s Bioenergy Feed-in Tariff Program.

The projects will receive $199.72 per MWh exported to the grid for 20 years from commencement of operation, Phoenix Energy said. The company expects that, once they are operating, the projects will collectively export 37,500 MWh per year. The projects have two and a half years to connect to the grid.

According to the company, the projects will use local forest biomass as well as fire threat reduction activities from the Sierra and Yosemite National Forest areas to make electricity, heat and biochar.

"In addition to generating valuable electricity, biochar and heat, these projects are fueled by excess and widely available forestry biomass,” Phoenix Energy CEO Gregory Stangl said in a statement. “These projects will reduce fire danger and stop wasteful 'pile and burn' disposal of excess forest material.”
Palmer944
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
Let there be light
Mon 21:09
Ironically we will be supplying electric, but we are in the dark
Palmer944
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.835
Two phoenix contracts
Mon 20:57
We were always set for 2 phoenix contracts as stated earlier these are them, (possibly more to come) from what I am receiving (progress is being made) next few weeks to middle of January should see us holders smile
The stars are aligned (progress) been made




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