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Hydrodec Share Price (HYR)



Share Price Information for Hydrodec (HYR)


Share Price: 9.125Bid: 9.00Ask: 9.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Hydrodec
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 2.78%Open: 9.125High: 9.125Low: 9.125Yesterday’s Close: 9.125
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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






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9.125

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9.00

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9.25

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0%0.00

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118,956

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9.125

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9.125

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9.125

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9.125

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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 746.68m £68.13m 20,000

52 Week High 15.25 52 Week High Date 26-FEB-2014
52 Week Low 8.63 52 Week Low Date 16-OCT-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4 18,956 100,000 -4.034 -2.26 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

24-Oct-14
13:11:28
9.10
2,066
Sell* 
9.00
9.25
188.01
Trade Type:
Ordinary

24-Oct-14
10:19:51
9.01
8,000
Sell* 
9.00
9.25
720.80
Trade Type:
Ordinary

24-Oct-14
09:04:42
9.01
8,890
Sell* 
9.00
9.25
800.99
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
Thu 18:31
nastid
RE: Oil price
9.13
No Opinion

You're very welcome. It seems Saudi Arabia maybe be tailoring output for crude to be around these levels. To me this should be fine as economic output benefits a fair amount. The US also remains on track for growth, so not withstanding the recent sp drop and market volatility, Hydrodec can kick up a gear as reactors come on stream. Recap We've heard that the pre-planned US expansion is progressing as originally planned, that is to say, the strategy for doubling capacity has not been delayed by the fire. Without more details or indeed greater knowledge in the business, insurance can be said to act as if the old reactors were running. What we lose is any potential to expand from that amount set last year. That was why gaining a positive EBITDA from Sept was pretty important, I don't know how they worked out coverage, but those months must've helped a lot. Although physically they couldn't have expanded I'm sure the board are still pursuing new customers/business as we near start-up, as well as reengaging with existing clients. Co-location in Australia is on schedule, but not sure if this still eventually includes up-scaling the business. We can't have that until the first part is complete, so unless told otherwise, I assume that forms part of the plan. The other milestones, including further news concerning UK growth, i.e lube/industrial and transformer oils, will hopefully come in due course. I made some far out passing comment about Japan, since the US/GB is historically strong against the yen, I wonder if the CEP design could be used in Japan. I'm pretty sure that although all scenarios must form part of board discussions, that isn't likely. It certainly helps to have a working plant design if your seeking partners, as this widens the scope of potential third parties.
Tue 10:51
Ups1de
Oil price
9.13
No Opinion

Nastid,many thanks
Tue 10:50
Ups1de
Oil price relationship
9.13
No Opinion

Mastic msny thanks,Very helpful
Mon 12:30
nastid
Dame Mary Archer
9.00
No Opinion

In my opinion I think this is a very good development. I imagine Lord Moynihan had some influence in this latest signing. For a country like the UK with declining oil production and poor energy security, and of course ruinous green policies*, companies like Hydrodec should get much better attention and financial incentives... as do certain industries that have no track record of viability, unlike Hydrodec. Contacts within governmental circles are always helpful, if you haven't connected the name Archer yet, I'm pretty sure she is the wife of another famous Archer... I've seen her make her own TV appearances and with her Husband. *to be clear, I'm not against 'green', which is actually better served with words like sustainable, but the implementation of said green policies.
Mon 12:14
nastid
RE: Not good maths
9.00
No Opinion

Hi Ups1de, I will try to answer, in a general sense rather than with specific calculations, which I used to do a lot some years ago, but without reliable inhouse data, leaves too much room for error. Firstly, if the crude price heads north, it doesn't automatically mean that the Superfine sale price increases and therefore margins. It doesn't work like that, at least with respect to the rerefining industry. A very crude (no pun intended) measure is WTI benchmark vs No2 Diesel oil for price performance. Over the years HYR have fought the battle to improve the resale perception of their product, which was hampered by the industry discount for 'recycled' goods... which Superfine is not, it's a different process producing a superior (over virgin) product. The evidence is that this battle was being won, added to additional production improvements, scale etc, margins were improving slowly, even through periods of unfavorable feedstock costs. Your right that margins are small, that's why the rerefining industry has been consolidating, i.e. between collectors and refineries. e.g the deal with G&S. The deal is key for both parties to gain market share, improved margins and more stable costs. The calcs aren't quite right and you can't compare the two in that manor. The cost to produce 1 barrel of oil varies wildly, anything from $40 > $100. Many newer plays will be under water with prices around $80, hence why Saudi Arabia is allowing the price fall. (hits Russia and specifically the US) In Hydrodec's case, as long as the feedstock channel can on average cope with the fluctuating price, and as the move to higher quality oils continues, margins should 'on average' be no worse than they are. Again, I point to the G&S deal, in the past it wasn't margins per se that were the problem, but getting enough feedstock to ramp up production. Lastly, before the fire, from around Sept moving into Dec, the company achieved an important and historic milestone, a positive EBITDA run rate. Now this doesn't tell you the whole story, but is a good indicator as to the current business model.
19 Oct '14
Ups1de
Not good maths
8.88
No Opinion

Did a bit of digging: are my maths correct: 1US oil barrel=159l; so fresh oil production cost per litre:50cents($80/US brl);HYR revenue per litre>$1 /Gross margin :30cents.Surely the recycled oil 'premium' would have to close the gap vs new oil..Cannot see how HYR can make real money if this oil price holds& if production cost for recycled remains around 70 c a litre.YesBusiness model gearing works if oil price heads North but with declining global demand/US shake supply/current Saudi lassez faire attitude to new norm then it doesn't look good for when HYR bring production back in stream. One to watch closely

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