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Active Energy GroupA pioneering business with the carbon economy agenda at the forefront, Active Energy Group is a provider of biomass to the European market. With access to a large supply of high quality feedstock, experienced forestry team and modern processing facilities, Active Energy Group via the purchase of Active Energy Ukraine (formerly Bioenerho) are well positioned to supply Polish, Ukrainian and EU clients with biomass including raw materials, logs, wood chips and pellets.
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  • Re: views by AsherH
    Wed, 04 Feb 2015 05:35:00 GMT

    Cheers DB

    Hopefully no brown envelopes required here, Sir Spinks and his team have spent years developing this friendship in Canada and i'm confident that he's got this under control.

    Current sp seems fair if you exclude future woodchip/pellet contracts and Canada, so if you have faith in the masterplan, load up!

    Ash By AsherH
  • Re: views by DreamBeaver
    Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:56:00 GMT

    Senor Spinks as confident as ever.

    Lest we forget that he has invested a fair amount of his own skin & could have realised a very tasty profit just recently.

    This provincial governor may need to tread very carefully with regard to ethnic sensitivity. The local tribes-people were allowed to exploit & thoroughly profit from the Athabasca tar-sands. Could be seen as racist hypocrisy to then attempt to veto this awesome project.

    High level corruption is a global realism & likely a 'brown envelope' or 2 may accelerate a none too lengthy rubber stamp.

    By DreamBeaver
  • Re: views by AsherH
    Thu, 29 Jan 2015 22:09:00 GMT

    And I can't believe I haven't had a vote on my buy rating at 6:54am yesterday!

    My view is forget what's happening in Canada and look at the RNS and news articles associated with the wood-chip and pelleting business taking shape in the Ukraine. I think additional sales contracts will drive the sp short term with a potential bonanza payout if/when the Canadian deal is signed.

    It's a buy from me at around 4.5p, as it was yesterday at 3.75p

    Cheers By AsherH
  • views by arcusparcus
    Thu, 29 Jan 2015 19:03:00 GMT

    cant believe it,not one comment on this board By arcusparcus
  • KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation by AsherH
    Wed, 28 Jan 2015 06:54:00 GMT

    So this took place yesterday evening, wonder if we will get an update shortly.


    EDMONTON, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Jan. 26, 2015) -

    WHAT: KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation (KAQUO), a joint venture between several of the Métis Settlements of northwest Alberta and Active Energy Group Plc, a London Stock Exchange-listed company, is holding the first KAQUO Métis Settlements Economic Development Summit at The Oasis Centre in Edmonton on Tuesday 27 January 2015.
    Attendees include leaders and members of the Alberta Métis communities, guests from other Métis, First Nations and Canadian aboriginal groups, and senior international executives from Active Energy Group.

    WHY: The private event - entitled 'Working Together to Better Our Communities' - unites key decision makers and stakeholders from across Canada to promote long-term sustainable economic development on Métis Settlements and other aboriginal lands in an equitable, environmentally responsible and culturally sensitive manner.

    WHEN: Tuesday 27 January 2015
    (Networking Reception 4:30-6:00pm)

    WHERE: The Oasis Centre
    10930 177 Street Northwest, Edmonton, AB
    WHO: Tom Jackson OC (Famed Canadian First Nations actor and philanthropist; event host and featured speaker)
    Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson (Grand Chief of British Columbia for Life; former Chief of Westbank First Nation; Chairman, KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation)
    Iner Gauchier (Chairman of Peavine Métis Settlement; Director, KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation)
    Greg Calliou (Chairman of Paddle Prairie Métis Settlement; Director, KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation)
    Gerald Cunningham (Chairman of East Prairie Métis Settlement; Director, KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation)
    Richard Spinks (CEO of Active Energy Group Plc; President and CEO of KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation; one of the world's leading experts at identifying and commercialising under-valued natural resources owned or controlled by disenfranchised indigenous peoples)
    Media will be required to check-in upon arrival and provide media accreditation.
    To confirm your registration, please contact Kristen McAdam at

    About KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation:
    KAQUO Forestry & Natural Resources Development Corporation ( is a joint venture between several of the Métis Settlements of northwest Alberta and Active Energy Group Plc (, an international timber products firm listed on the London Stock Exchange.

    The company was formed to commercialise the natural resources on the Métis lands in an equitable, environmentally responsible and culturally sensitive manner, and to encourage long-term sustainable economic development and employment within the Métis communities.
    KAQUO's first project is to commercialise the c250,000 hectares of forestry assets on the Métis Settlements, which it estimates contain some 35 million m3 of merchantable timber; and it is working with international investors on a number of innovative commercial schemes to monetise this valuable resource for the benefit of the local communities; while simultaneously improving infrastructure, education, healthcare and community facilities.
    By AsherH
  • Another Interview by DreamBeaver
    Thu, 22 Jan 2015 00:39:00 GMT

    Richard Spinks struggling to restrain excitement re Canadian deal...


    Possible biomass power-station to be built in Canada. By DreamBeaver
  • Article by hamlette
    Fri, 16 Jan 2015 14:19:00 GMT

    Good write up today by the El1te Trader.

    By hamlette
  • Re: good progress continues by DreamBeaver
    Mon, 12 Jan 2015 19:00:00 GMT

    Further reinforcement of the strength in today's great news.


    Though must admit to being disappointed by the relatively tame sp increase when considering some of the recent AIM multi-bags based upon lesser substance than we have here.

    The popularity of an AIM company seems as fickle as a clothing fashion fad or maybe simply the rhythm of it's name. Never forget the popularity of 'Magnolia Petroleum' back in 2012 with a market cap based upon puny percentage participation in, at that time, just a few dozen oil wells. The 'rampers' were all over it & so it multi-bagged seemingly due to 'herd mentality'. Now that it has true value through substantive production it has become virtually ignored so the sp has gradually trickled back near to where it started. My hunch is people were hooked in by the romantic name. Then the herd locks in to the next trendy share be it COMS, REM, QPP et al.

    Where does this fit with AEG? Not really sure... great RNS highlighting massive revenue relative to market cap hence genuine value...yet for some reason just not trendy.
    So maybe a catchy romantic name change...'Amaryllis Energetica'...will get us the multi-bag so richly deserved.

    Just felt the need for a frustrated 'rambling reverie'...nonetheless very happy to patiently hold an investment here & will consider a top-slice at 5p+. By DreamBeaver
  • Re: good progress continues by luckbyjudgement
    Mon, 12 Jan 2015 11:45:00 GMT

    Fair point - I was lucky enough to get involved after the big drop, so seeing it as a very different beast for now at least. Would be good to see 18p for sure

    By luckbyjudgement
  • Re: good progress continues by He who cannot be named
    Mon, 12 Jan 2015 10:28:00 GMT

    "Be interesting to see where they get to in 5 years"

    Hopefully to 18.4p a share, my purchase price.

    Only reason I still hold these is the price dropped so low my holding was not worth selling. Now they are on an upward trend I may as well hold on to see where they go. I have sort of grown attached to the company and now read the news stories like serial episodes of a Dicken's novel; what will happen next.

    From voltage regulation to trees in one easy step. By He who cannot be named
  • good progress continues by luckbyjudgement
    Mon, 12 Jan 2015 08:17:00 GMT

    Be interesting to see where they get to in 5 years By luckbyjudgement
  • Good news by JAW74
    Sat, 25 Oct 2014 09:11:00 GMT

    Good news on their Canada assets released yesterday. And encouraging interview with the CEO...

    Also WH Ireland reiterating their buy recommendation with 6p target. By JAW74
  • Good news by JAW74
    Sat, 25 Oct 2014 08:17:00 GMT

    Good news on their Canada assets released yesterday. And encouraging interview with the CEO...

    Also WH Ireland reiterating their buy recommendation with 6p target. By JAW74
  • Re: Potential new investor by ianfell
    Sat, 04 Oct 2014 09:09:00 GMT

    Jaw74 I understand that the recent results have not been that overwhelming. If you read the articles on the following link then it will give you a good understanding on the company and the challenges it faces.


    I think this company has a game changing future but dyor.

    Ian By ianfell
  • Potential new investor by JAW74
    Fri, 03 Oct 2014 10:54:00 GMT

    Hello, I've been reading up on Active Energy and think it looks interesting.
    Before putting money in I try and take a negative view until proven otherwise and I welcome any comments from this forum.

    WH Ireland has a target price of 6p.
    I argue that this is too high because they made an assumption of 310,000 MT shipment for 2014, and even higher for 2015.
    The half yearly results show the following shipments:
    H1 = 100,814
    Q3 = 52,544 (plus 13,000 on route)
    TOTAL to date = 166,358 (way short of the 310k target even with another quarter to go).

    Furthermore the Spain and Motenegro business looks disappointing.

    The new pelleting technology looks exciting but taking a new tech from R&D to commercialisation requires a lot of funding, and time therefore I don't see this being able to contribute to a rise to 6p at this stage.

    Your thoughts welcome as i do more research before making a decision... By JAW74
  • Time Will Tell by CrazyFool2
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 19:55:57 GMT

    Dr Knackers, you weren’t around this share until quite recently. If you care to skip back through the posts you’ll find a time when Nikofesco holdings was Dick’s brainwave that was going to be a big game changer for AEG. At the time I said it was two drunks propping each other up and of course none of the Muppets back then wanted to hear that. The share price rocketed, the blog was buzzing and then slowly but surely everything went quiet. Turns out the great strategic alliance was nonsense, Nikofesco went down the pan within a couple of months of the hype and the share price slowly sunk back down to about 1p. The recent hype, fuelled partly by your incessant ramblings, is largely due to the KAQUO ‘deal’. I put it to you over the coming months we will see this all come unstuck. It won’t be obvious at first as Dick will do his usual ‘smoke and mirrors’ act and start hyping other things to hide the cock-up but the truth will eventually float to the surface. But hey, it’s pointless arguing about this now, just sit back and watch your portfolio dwindle
  • RE: All That Glitters Isn't Gold by DrMaccers
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 19:17:11 GMT

    AEG has risen hundreds of % since your campaign of hate started as you "have an axe to grind" lol Keep up the good work, keep making wrong predictions because you were fired and we will keep making money :)
  • As by Ddug
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 17:33:09 GMT

    For biomass not being a viable replacement for coal, I don't think anyone has made that implication. There is a big difference in the calorific value. However if used alongside coal in the dirty thirty power stations which are set to go off line (that is for Europe only) then you can see the potential for huge saving in both pollution and cost saving in not having to decommission these.
  • looks like those 2 buy trades by itellyastraight
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 17:32:24 GMT

    Totalling £15,000 had to be split from 1 trade to 2 trades as they are identical, that's what I think anyway.
  • from crazyfool2 16.22 by Ddug
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 17:08:08 GMT

    Blazer I think this would have to be my top pick for the craziest ever post, what is that axe your grinding made of jelly? Even if the investigation finds no wrong doing, and that’s a big if, it looks like a legal battle lies ahead over ownership of the trees. It would appear the dispute hinges on what’s above ground and what’s below ground. Well, I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you that a tree is rooted in the ground and there’s more of it below the surface than above. Strange, Jedi Richard never mentioned any of this... Oh well, I guess you will all have to pin your fading hopes on the Leprechauns!
  • Crazyfool2 by Ddug
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 16:31:31 GMT

    You have an axe to grind, well that will ensure that all that you post is an honest and balanced view. Where did you get this information that pelting news was due by end of February,from another poster on this BB I suspect. So you pick and choose what to highlight in order to spin your tail of woe. You also claim to know the details of the investigation and its out come,read the link I posted yesterday and let's see how you twist that to suit you agenda. I agree with you about the Jedi, however muppets exist in abundance. Have a nice weekend.
  • Nice Buy by Jamesbrightwell
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 16:23:17 GMT

    Bid/Ask isn't accurate currently. Looks like someone just got 300k shares for a bargain! Anytime now guys, will it be more contracts, trading update, Canada news, pelleting?
  • Afternoon by mrmilky
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 15:59:07 GMT

    I have a small investment here after doing full DD. I would urge anyone with any doubts about the future of AEG please go and look on the Googlenet. Plenty of videos for the quick research and plenty of scribble for in depth analysis. Mr. Robert Spinks is not running a cottage industry here as would be believed by some, yes he's not a "Jedi" but has worked extremely hard sometimes with his family in danger for the benefit of AEG and has lost his house in Ukraine in recent months. KAQUO is waiting for all the boxes to be ticked with funding, approx $300 million which was raised in 3 months on the VERY conservative estimate of 100,000 hectares of forestry. Should all be sorted by May 2015. Onwards and upwards AEG always do your own etc.
  • RE: All That Glitters Isn't Gold by hku821
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 15:39:59 GMT

    Lets just say you're correct with the below. Have you decided to ignore the January contracts? This was part of the RNS in Jan: Together, the two contracts are expected to generate revenues for the Group of over US$68 million, at an expected gross profit of over US$12 million. Please could you let us have your negative spin on this? Thanks in advance.
  • All That Glitters Isn't Gold by CrazyFool2
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 15:28:51 GMT

    Blazer: I can’t believe you spent time going through my previous posts – is the wine bar closed for refurbishment? Zeetruth: Why are you so hung-up on my identity? I’m not who you think I am but that person is probably pretty angry about your slanderous and defamatory remarks. Instead of maligning innocent people how about you stick to debating the issues – or ignore them as you chose. I don’t hold any shares in this company. I do have an axe to grind but whatever viewpoints I express on here don’t make or lose me money. I presume everyone else blogging here does hold shares which explains why they would rather blindly believe hype over the facts. RS is playing you all for the greedy fools you are. Anything he says you gulp down without question and then you go and buy more over priced shares which keeps the SP artificially high. Nothing at all is fundamentally different in AEG today than it was at the start of the year when the SP was around 3p. The SP has risen by 66% purely are a result of speculative purchases based on misinformation. It’s human nature not to want to back down and nobody wants to lose money so you all sit there – holding – fingers crossed. Even when Blazer stupidly brings to my attention yesterday’s link, highlighting the real issues facing KAQUO, nobody flinches. Here are some reality checks for you. 1: RS isn’t a Jedi – there’s no such thing. 2: The KAQUO ‘deal’ is a non-starter since the three settlements involved have acted outside of what is permitted by the body that governs all the Metis settlements i.e. the MSGC. 3: Soft pellets do not have the same energy density as coal. 4: The pelleting news promised for the end of Feb’ turned out just to be “we’ve identified some potential customers”. Is AEG really worth 66% more than it was in January or is this bubble about to burst...?
  • RE: Crazy Fool 2 - The Truth from Zee by Blazer
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 12:56:10 GMT

    Here Here, well said. For a little Friday afternoon amusement I have compiled my top 10 crazyfool2 quotes from his years of posting utter rubbish about AEG and the investors that were actually invested. 1. As to RGS and his hand-picked specialist team...don’t make me laugh. (Grocer Jack, Dick Stinks and Over-The-Hill.) 2. Are we talking about the same people? Some odd-ball chancer I wouldn’t trust as far as I could through, a few other equally dubious Ukrainians and an ‘over-the-hill’ bean-counter who has only been brought in as somebody had to take the poisoned chalice from PP’s hands and nobody else wanted it! 3. When you make a lot of people redundant you make some enemies! 4. I will be doing all I can to debunk any hype associated with AEG and exposing as much of the truth behind this cowboy outfit as possible. 5. I post to debunk the hype spun by the likes of Blazer whose postings might cause somebody who doesn’t know anything about this outfit to buy shares and lose money. 6. As you correctly say, the Phoenix is a myth – much like your expectation that AEG shares are going to be worth anything long-term. All that’s left are ashes – you all got burned along with the rest of us! 7. I suggest you invest in a dictionary - It would be a wiser investment than your AEG shares! 8. Seattle – if you’re looking for a Happy Christmas I suggest you don’t order your Tree from AEG. They’ll have plenty mixed in with the other crap in their disorganised woods but by the time it’s cut and shipped it’ll probably be next August... 9. Blazer, your fervent posting has likely caused a couple of day-trading Muppets to lose money with their purchases early-doors today. And my favorite 10. As to the SP exceeding 10p ever again – not a chance!
  • zeetruth by Ddug
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 11:48:55 GMT

    Well I think he should be given credit for getting one thing right, his stage name.
  • Crazy Fool 2 - The Truth from Zee by zeetruth
    Fri, 06 Mar 2015 10:52:44 GMT

    Dear all, If you check the specific time CF2 started to post it was around the time a Director left AEG, interesting eh? And not one piece of negative news and pure slanderous comments mainly towards the CEO of AEG only not the COO not anyone else, thus this person has an axe to grind. I just ignore him now jealous bitter old man whom posts only regarding this share and only tasteless comments. So if you want to reveal the Fool just check the RNS' against his first post date and I can tell you he certainly isn't from America. In addition the share register would enable one to see which directors have what and who sold out. CF2 can't be holding a single share or why would he post in such a negative way.
  • CrazyFool2 by Ddug
    Thu, 05 Mar 2015 18:21:13 GMT

    I think the plot sickens is a more appropriate title for your 16.22, but don`t let that stop your negative posting as it often brings a positive outcome to investors understanding of circumstances.
  • a fools hope by Jamesbrightwell
    Thu, 05 Mar 2015 18:19:00 GMT

    All crazyfool wants is to spread fear and doubt. Richard mentions all this and more at the conference and in interviews. The investigation was launched to clear the air and I'm looking forward to the successful completion of the investigation and the knowledge of you being alone and bitter after trying and failing to knock a shining example of success on AIM. This was a sell at 1p for you... you're clearly deluded