I am not sure if anyone near IslandMagee has better information but when I went to look at https://twitter.com/sinfrastrata I got an interesting response seems the twitter page may have been removed. That begs the question is the campaign still ongoing. I note that in the last month the justgiving page see link here https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/nogascaverns has raised £8,204 that might cover their initial costs but it is unlikely to cover DAERA or HARL's costs when they lose.
Tapp ref 12.11 post while I agree that breakeven by end of December 2021 is speculation it is looking more than likely as we approach December. The last set of results showed revenues of £10.8m and a total loss of around circa £16m. Known revenues for the period includes Saipem 1 revenues of circa £15m plus various other contracts so if we add the results in the interim results and the Saipem 1 contract revenues we get to circa £26m. So that would probably cover expenses for the period August - December 2021.
Speedy_Gonzalez ref 21.59 post I do not read the advert as solely referring to the tie up with Navantia. I read it as HARL looking at tie ups with possibly other partners who might have other even better processes than Navantia.
oldtramp ref 16.10 post while none from BEIS or HMG are currently down to speak I note that on Monday afternoon the Leader of the Opposition is due to speak. Also speaking is the Welsh Health Minister. This late in the day the absence of a government speaker is unusual.
ivans ref 12.30 post A navy contract could come any time. I do not think that it is essential to HARL's success anymore. My projections for next year sees HARL slipping into profit but does not have any defence contracts factored in.
BlairPeach's question about the 2021 instalment on the purchase price for Appledore and looking up the reply made me think. As part of the agreement to defer payment to later in the year did HARL agree to make an all cash payment instead of the part cash part share payment under the original agreement. We will know by year end as an issue of equity RNS would need to be issued.
Wiseinvestor23 ref 07.09 post thanks for those who do not have linkedin the post which is from JW reads 'I think H&W have broken another record, the first time in the last 82 years that 9 ships have been in our yards. What a team effort, given records are sketchy we might have missed an event - onwards and upwards!' The nine ship count includes Appledore not sure of the ship count for Appledore as I am not sure if Relentless is still there.
According to the Belfast Harbour website www.belfast-harbour.co.uk as at 06.30 on 20 November 2021 the following vessels will either be in or due to arrive at H&W Belfast
Polar Onyx Scheduled to depart 16.00 23/11/2021
Aisling Gabrielle Scheduled to depart 14.30 23/11/2021 W.B.Yeats Scheduled to depart 14.00 24/11/2021
KMS KARELLE Scheduled to depart 20.00 20/11/2021 KOCIEWIE Scheduled to depart 12.00 22/11/2021
Keewhit Scheduled to arrive 18.20 20/11/2021 Keewhit Scheduled to depart 08.00 22/11/2021 Blue Star 1 Scheduled to depart 12.00 23/11/2021 Stella Foreteller Scheduled to shift to VT2 09.00 22/11/2021
Notes The Keewhit is an Oil Products Tanker so it is not sure if she is delivering supplies or having work done on her. The Stena Foreteller is scheduled to shift around from VT2 to SRQ at 17.00 20/11/2021. This information can change and is as I took from the Belfast website.
BlairPeach ref 16.13 post in the RNS of 1 November which gave the interim results under Financial Overview it states 'All sites have now been fully paid for except Appledore, where there is a deferred consideration of £5.50 million payable to the vendors over 2021, 2022 and 2023. The deferred consideration portion for 2021 amounting to £1.50 million is due to the vendors at the end of the year.'
ThisTimeNextYeer ref 14.53 post I knew about the first six but did not notice about the Stena Foreteller it must have been added since my last check. I see that BBD is letting the side down as it only has the one vessel in it. Even the commissioning quay has two in it.
Chrisatrdg ref 17.44 post According to the Belfast Harbour website the Kociewie has moved around to the Commissioning Quay (OQ) where it is scheduled to be staying until Monday. It will be joined there tomorrow by the KMS KARELLE which is due to stay until Saturday. Giving a total of six vessels at Belfast.