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Hydrodec Share Price (HYR)



Share Price Information for Hydrodec (HYR)


Share Price: 10.875Bid: 10.75Ask: 11.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Hydrodec
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 2.33%Open: 11.00High: 11.00Low: 10.875Yesterday’s Close: 10.875
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Hydrodec Group Plc Ord 0.5P

Hydrodec is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Hydrodec is part of the Alternative Energy sector




Intraday Hydrodec Share Chart


Intraday Hydrodec Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
10.875

Share Price SpacerBid
10.75

Share Price SpacerAsk
11.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
837,908

Share Price SpacerOpen
11.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
11.00

Share Price SpacerLow
10.875

Share Price SpacerClose
10.875

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Hydrodec Share Graph


3 Month Hydrodec Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 746.68m £81.20m 20,000

52 Week High 15.25 52 Week High Date 26-FEB-2014
52 Week Low 8.13 52 Week Low Date 5-SEP-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
30 280,289 357,619 -4.808 -2.26 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

21-Aug-14
16:45:06
10.75
100,000
Sell* 
10.75
11.00
10.75k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Aug-14
16:08:01
11.00
150,000
Buy* 
10.75
11.00
16.50k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Aug-14
16:07:30
10.90
91,628
Buy* 
10.75
11.00
9,987
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Hydrodec (HYR)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
18-Jun-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Andrew Black held the position of Non-Executive Director at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Andrew Black
00181824857
09-Jun-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Andrew Black held the position of Non-Executive Director at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Andrew Black
11GBX1,909,091178053889
09-Jun-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Alan Carruthers held the position of Non-Executive Director at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Alan Carruthers
11GBX454,5451733433
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Mon 13:24
Earwiggo
RE: New Process Models
11.13
No Opinion

Hi Nastid, thanks for all your recent posts. The update on fabrication of the two trains seems to have slipped through the wider audience which is a pity as progress is obviously being made and within the timeframe guidance. I know it's not earth moving, but the news is important. I still sense that there is a possible game changer out there with HYR. I major tie up with a transformer company in Europe I think rather than USA? I don't believe they need to go to the market again for more funds because the 11p offer last November is still in the bank ....once the insurance pays. Could someone buy out the company. Probably not as the positive operating results haven't been on record for long enough. It would take the major shareholders and a good chuck of private holders to agree to a sell out. And at what price? Upwards of 20p. This has been mooted before and I only raise it again as this management won't let the company meander around for much longer. Certainly by beginning of 2015 we shall all know if the company has taken off again as it proved it could do until the fire last December. I leave it to the more technical types to debate the proof and viability of the company, but my comment is that I wouldn't be in HYR if I thought management hadn't already analysed all the issues that RobinPlunder has raised. Nastid has answered these points as I would expect the management to have done. Thus I'm not concerned with any commercial issues which might not have been addressed. Markets change of course, but I would expect this experienced team to be ahead of the market! The holiday season will be over soon so perhaps some good developments in September.
Sat 09:01
nastid
RE: New Process Models
11.25
No Opinion

Certainly looks impressive. Beyond the direct impact on Hydrodec, it should improve the prospects of the licensing effort.
Sat 08:56
nastid
New Process Models
11.25
No Opinion

http://www.hydrodec.com/download/pdf/press-release/skids-update-15-aug-2014.pdf
14 Aug '14
nastid
Freudian slip
11.25
No Opinion

The coincidence that the MM/broker put through (and then quickly reversed) a large erroneous trade at a significantly large discount to the then current sp, only for the sp to hit the incorrect price one or two days later, is a far too big coincidence for me... :)
14 Aug '14
nastid
RE: RE: PFO / Re-refining margins
11.25
No Opinion

Morning All, Thanks RobinPlunder. It's been the way you describe for some time, or at least as I recall. True capex and opex are key, and not just in Hydrodec's case, margins are now thin across the board, but Ian has a good track record on those two fronts. Beyond op/capex considerations, in Superfine's case, they have had some success in adding to the resale premium. It's now recognised as industry leading, I can see them eventually driving the same for SuperFine Lubes. I don't know whether the other RFO competitors have similar products, but Gen3 might also be giving them a slight advantage in today's processed fuel market. Although they have developed their own IP for base oils, I imagine this was primarily the process/control systems, but not a working (and tested) plant design. Ian's comment about the difficulties of licensing, suggests to me that buying off the self was a way to enable in the first instance, and a short circuit route to commercialisation. The costs and time to develop a full working plant, is/was probably far more than the current approach. I trust the team to have looked at all the factors and gone with the best business case overall, rather than because there was a flaw in previous thinking. New marquee client http://www.ossgroup.uk.com/press-releases.html?nwId=35
12 Aug '14
RobinPlunder
RE: PFO / Re-refining margins
10.88
No Opinion

legobrickgirl / earwiggo - scroll back to nastid's earlier post I was answering the question that he put to me. Re-refining has been around since the late 50s, which is not much longer than I have been in the industry. During that time nothing has changed. Residual fuel oils sell at a discount to crude oil and base oils sell at a premium to crude oil and gas oil. When the waste oil price is close to the crude price and the recycled base oil is discounted against the virgin product, capex and opex are key. My original point still remains, why spend millions on developing new technology then buy old technology? I intend to stay in until we see the year end 2014 results the only thing that will change that is if the share price continues in free fall because we are sure as hell a long way off earning a dividend from this investment

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