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Hydrodec Share Price (HYR)



Share Price Information for Hydrodec (HYR)


Share Price: 4.125Bid: 4.00Ask: 4.25Change: -0.125 (-2.94%)Faller - Hydrodec
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 4.25High: 4.25Low: 4.125Yesterday’s Close: 4.25

Hydrodec Group Plc Ord 0.5P

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






Share Price SpacerPrice
4.125

Share Price SpacerBid
4.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
4.25

Share Price SpacerChange
-2.94%-0.125

Share Price SpacerVolume
101,862

Share Price SpacerOpen
4.25

Share Price SpacerHigh
4.25

Share Price SpacerLow
4.125

Share Price SpacerClose
4.25

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 744.10m £30.69m 20,000

52 Week High 9.90 52 Week High Date 13-MAY-2015
52 Week Low 2.75 52 Week Low Date 7-JAN-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4 101,862 0 -5.635 -0.73 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

08-Feb-16
09:45:28
4.075
25,000
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
1,019
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:27:45
4.09
2,051
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
83.89
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:23:02
4.20
30,773
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
1,292
Trade Type:
Ordinary



Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

08-Feb-16
09:11:45
4.001
44,038
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
1,762
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:23:02
4.20
30,773
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
1,292
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:45:28
4.075
25,000
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
1,019
Trade Type:
Ordinary

08-Feb-16
09:27:45
4.09
2,051
Sell* 
4.00
4.50
83.89
Trade Type:
Ordinary



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Directors Deals for Hydrodec (HYR)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
23-Dec-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Colin Moynihan held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Colin Moynihan
3.38GBX296,29610874783
07-Dec-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Colin Moynihan held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Colin Moynihan
4.25GBX370,58310578487
04-Dec-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Chris Ellis held the position of Acting CEO at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Chris Ellis
4.35GBX459,5282498330
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Fri 12:47nastidRE: 2016 (UK)4.25No Opinion
Hi there,

Sorry for the slow reply, for some reason the lse chat icon did not show any new ones, and I didn't check the actual chat board.

Anywho, this is the plant/processing unit & offices (the word refinery may conjure up something bigger than reality) that was sold back in October.

http://www.hydrodec.com/download/pdf/press-release/announcement-re-knowsley-disposal-06-10-15.pdf
29 Jan '16lone_grooverRE: 2016 (UK)4.00No Opinion
Which ECO refinery unit that you say was sold for 700K are you referring to Nastid?
20 Jan '16I4CUOil Sector3.75No Opinion
taking a hammering.
20 Jan '16I4CUValue3.875No Opinion
At 4p its like buying something for its value, anything else will be a bonus, So when you look at other companies on 5 or 10 times earning etc, go buy them, because this is at or around par value, which is why its holding here until news.
16 Jan '16nastidDebt4.25No Opinion
A word on debt.

With G&S buying into Hydrodec in 3 phases, we obviously lose 49.9%* of the business but then presumably, G&S take responsibility for debt equal to their ownership position.

* There's no question for me, whether this is a good idea or not. The JV is the reason that Hydrodec managed utilisation at rates of 90%+, just before the fire knocked us back 18 month. Ultimately 50.1% of a much larger pie is a pretty good trade off.

To highlight the incentive for G&S to take up the last 12.5% (phase 3) to trigger the expansion to 10 trains. If and I say if, Hydrodec can show in 2016 a steadily improving bottomline, the UK plant gets permission/financing etc etc... so still plenty of execution risks, then G&S have the option to buy 12.5% @ $1.7 million, for a company with a book value approaching $90 million. With a healthy discount from the $10+ million a 12.5% would normally cost, I'd imagine they would be actively pushing the project... not withstanding the fact that it would also mean increased volumes of their feedstock being processed into higher value product.
16 Jan '16nastidcont4.25No Opinion
2) Demand has indeed shrunk for fuel oil but the key driver for OSS is not being able to process enough to keep utilisation rates high. The narrowing in competition for feedstock, that could result from the new legislation, would mean this problem going in reverse.

When I mentioned in a previous post that legislation needed to catch up, I had completely missed what was coming in April 2016. The UK will be a drag factor for a while as any changes will always take time to show up in the numbers.

It's off topic and I've already said that oil price per se isn't the story but as I find the whole subject interesting I'll add a small comment.

We might be finally reaching levels that have a longer lasting impact on the industry. Although some of the previous price drop can be attributed to the power of the US dollar, the only cure for these persistently low prices, is rapid falls to the point that drillers stop drilling, with years of future investment curtailed. That said, too high prices come with their own problems, choking off world economies and increasing competition for feedstock... so it's swings and roundabouts.

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