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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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  • Good news by JAW74
    Sat, 25 Oct 2014 08:11:00 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 07:17:00 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 08:09:00 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 09:54:00 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
  • Richard Spinks Interview by DreamBeaver
    Thu, 02 Oct 2014 19:20:00 GMT

    Just in case any pi's are suffering anxiety with this investment...


    Add to this his recent share purchase at 3.06p...I think it fair to say there is only one likely direction for the sp. Moreover sooner rather than later on the strength of the interview.

    By DreamBeaver
  • Re: Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels 'sign ceasefire deal' by ParousiaXP
    Fri, 05 Sep 2014 14:58:00 GMT

    Whilst 'ally' sort of fits in my previous post... I of course meant 'Allay'. Some sort of subliminal spelling going on re: the underlying topic perhaps; or maybe I just can't spell very well! By ParousiaXP
  • Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels 'sign ceasefire deal' by ParousiaXP
    Fri, 05 Sep 2014 14:27:00 GMT

    Though the Ukraine crisis might be built into the price, hopefully news of a ceasefire might ally some investors fears.

    Here is hoping to the cease fire sticking... not just because I hold AEG of course!

    By ParousiaXP
  • Elite update... by Jitter
    Fri, 05 Sep 2014 05:22:00 GMT


    J. By Jitter
  • You Beauty by DreamBeaver
    Fri, 18 Jul 2014 11:55:00 GMT

    'Mother' of an RNS !!

    Mr Richard Spinks..what a great CEO. massive shortage of renewable timber...200 year lease...! Win, win all round with healthy agreements for the local natives.


    You absolute beauty! By DreamBeaver
  • AEG by AsherH
    Thu, 26 Jun 2014 17:16:00 GMT

    2013 results should be out tomorrow or Monday, and hopefully an update on how things are progressing this year.

    All being well, a golden cross may well appear. By AsherH
  • Almost 4,000 votes - update...! by dickie3times
    Sun, 15 Jun 2014 09:48:00 GMT

    Can penny shares be 'shorted' ?
    ....Yes , all the time...but the mm's need to 'borrow' your shares to enable the 'bet' to be transacted. IT's a bet rather than an investment and CANNOT 'win' for the 'shorter' unless the price falls.!

    IF the stock looks healthy and unlikely to fall, then the shorter will almost certainly 'lose'unless he can 'help' the stock down....Now how the hell can he possibly do that ?

    * OFF TOPIC but important that all AIM investors understand the pitfalls of investing in stocks that are being shorted down to rock-bottom levels?

    So you think that is 'cute', now you can buy at the lowest sp for months?'ve gotta be on:-

    ~ *3,995 voted so far ~THEY CAN'T ALL BE WRONG?
    (That's a lot of irate investors?)

    # Thanks to all those that have supported this HMGovt epetition !

    Many pi's are questioning the validity of 'short selling' and are voting in their thousands....the people have spoken, they are feeling hurt and disenfranchised.

    The 'not so quick' and 'unsavvy' cannot be blamed for having their life's savings 'shorted' away just because they cannot spend hours on end glued to their computer screens. Having to work during trading hours, investors cannot keep in touch with hourly movements on stocks that they have chosen for their retirement and had them locked into ISA's. What gives shorters the given right to play down stocks at their own leisure thus profiting at everyone else's loss....on perfectly good stocks with sound fundamentals?

    ..campaign heading for 4,000 !

    HMGovt epitition to make short-selling illegal (or better regulated?)

    **did ya vote?

    Full post:

    HMGovt-epitition (closes 24th September 2014, so still plenty of time to get those votes in)

    A lot of irate investors ... are voting for this campaign...?

    *How the big players transfers YOUR money into THEIR money !


    *Davide Serra,
    Chief fund manager and banking adviser to the Govt wants the FCA to investigate!

    Ever wondered why your investments often go down, even on GOOD NEWS ?

    IT is estimated that over 90% of AIM stocks are INFESTED by short-sellers !

    Many highly popular stocks are going down even when the news is positive !

    IF you think it will help....*post the link/s on, (including my full post if you want?)LSE, Advfn, twitter, iii, anywhere !
    THE MORE PI's see that something is being done, the better !

    ....continue full post

    link By dickie3times
  • Re: AEG by ianfell
    Fri, 30 May 2014 15:11:00 GMT

    Well there has been very little trading to give any indication on the prelim announcement which was reported in a RNS as coming out during the week commencing 2nd June. I guess we'll all be waited during the weekend with bated breath. Fingers crossed! By ianfell
  • Re: AEG by ianfell
    Thu, 29 May 2014 09:59:00 GMT

    At last this share is starting to provide some return. I would class myself a longer term holder in aeg as have held this share for several years - benefiting from a lot of the peaks and troughs. I believe this share is showing it's greatest potential and could be a multi bagger as we go in to 2015. Mr Spinks has a proven track record and for what he has already demonstrated with aeg, I cannot believe this share isn't higher. The recent media coverage has been tremendous. I have two questions,

    1. What do we think the 2013 results will show? Due next week.

    2. What's your thoughts for the share as we progress through 2014 and why are we still sat a market cap of c. 12m with such growth potential and strong management team?

    Appreciate your thoughts and would like to try and get this thread going with some valuable discussions.

    Ian By ianfell
  • AEG by AsherH
    Wed, 28 May 2014 14:10:00 GMT

    Exciting times, a mass of news coverage to read through. Buy and hold! By AsherH
  • And Another Interview by DreamBeaver
    Tue, 27 May 2014 06:54:00 GMT

    Another great interview


    "Ukraine operations unaffected & even more profitable due to currency fluctuations"

    Looking forward to imminent results.

    Can't see the sp languishing this low much longer.
    By DreamBeaver
  • RE: Blazer by Blazer
    Wed, 19 Nov 2014 07:35:34 GMT

    Morning zeetruth. My view is to stay put and count stock (timing as always) load up before we get wind that permit sales have been agreed because as El1te said there is every chance AEG will be banking £100 million which when divided by the number of shares in issue could potentially see a rally up to 20p. Then we have the pelleting deal which must be moving along; this could potentially see its own rally. Happy days ahead. for If these are the best plots to immediately market, then a fair starting point is likely $4,000/ha from the $2k -> $7k range and it could be more. That would generate permit sale proceeds of $ 432m or £269m, placing AEG's share of the KAQUO proceeds at £121 million.
  • Ruffer JR by zeetruth
    Thu, 30 Oct 2014 22:50:24 GMT

    Just crossed notes with some material from a newspaper and an RNS, Ruffer are holding this stock and; Jonathan Ruffer, of Ruffer Investment Manager, 10th. 10th in list of Britain's 100 foremost entrepreneurs in 2014;


    That for me says it all about where this stock is going to go!!!!!
  • Blazer by zeetruth
    Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:25:36 GMT

    Blazer are you around my good friend, what is your view going forward?
  • Great Debate by zeetruth
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 15:21:44 GMT

    I agree with Elites view on Student (both clever people for sure). I am of the view sell to finance the future which is where the huge value is in the power generation and end product generation. As for comments of Warrants these are going to be irrelevant if the right deal is struck as the value will be huge down stream #gospinks! As for 3p I am loading up again before it gets nearer 5p!
  • interview by earlsfield
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 13:15:44 GMT


  • RE: hey student...... by student967
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 11:16:22 GMT

    Well that was my interpretation - namely, that they had Identified the most easily marketable acreage to offer up for forestry rights- in order to provide capital for later stages, whatever they may be. However, I am more than happy to be enlightened if others see it differently, sharing opinion is surely the point (of the bb). Biggie, In respect of the price, I am fortunate, that most of mine were bought well under 2, when the outlook was nowhere near what it is now. Do you seriously see below 2.25 on the ask as imminent? I assume, if that is your view, you forsee the need to raise cash?
  • RE: hey student...... by elite
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 11:07:58 GMT

    Student you are correct. Phase 1 which is selling the 108,000 hectares is negligible CAPEX. Potential for slightly more CAPEX intensive phases after that, and far more heavily CAPEX intensive if they opt for the power plant route, but that is some time away. At the end of the day, if KAQUO (hence AEG) receive a large cash injection of the quantum estimated, then future CAPEX requirements are more than catered for and the market would mark it up immediately. Even so, that future CAPEX is optional and would only be spent if there were further long-term (over decades) returns. In any case, any deal will speak for itself. El1te
  • RE: hey student...... by student967
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 11:01:57 GMT

    Your assertion is entirely likely... However, until you would care to share your knowledge, and where you see the need for capex in this respect, then I am forever cut adrift in my sea of tranquility, unable to see the wood for the trees... So...spill the beanz, and tell us, in your opinion, wot it meanz.
  • hey student...... by biggiesmalls
    Mon, 27 Oct 2014 10:41:58 GMT

    i feel your being a little naive....have a thorough read of the update and read between the linespersonally I wouldn't buy this stock above 2.25p.
  • RE: has potential but........ by student967
    Sun, 26 Oct 2014 16:24:20 GMT

    biggie, where do you see "huge capex necessary"? They are simply looking to sell forestry rights (permits) for a sum per hectare. Other than marketing there is no huge cost that I can see in this phase. Monies raised in this first phase, ( from only 40% of total) can then be used for potential power generation/whatever?
  • RE: has potential but........ by earlsfield
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 08:12:56 GMT

    Also I think there a a tonne of warrants exercisable at 3p which might hold the sp back a little
  • has potential but........ by biggiesmalls
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:56:46 GMT

    still has lots of hurdles to jump over.huge capital expenditure necessary to bring forestry to fruitiondont get too excitedonce the excitement is over will probably get a better opportunity to buy them.
  • News by seattle
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:37:05 GMT

    All good stuff . If Spinks could take on a big partner and or sell a small part of Canada for cash the share price doubles . Go for it Richard.
  • RE: aeg forestry update - great news! by student967
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:34:55 GMT

    Sorry! mine safely ISA'd away until this comes to fruition, mcap to potential here is bonkers.
  • aeg forestry update - great news! by bukowski
    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:20:09 GMT

    Well, to all the naysayers, AEG did as they promised, and announced the results of their Canadian forestry survey - see


    And they make for great reading! The volume of merchantable timber and the timber density are way higher than they'd anticipated. Which greatly increases the value of their equity stake in the Canadian joint venture. I'm very positive that they'll pull this one off - I've spoken to a few timberland investors (TIMOs) who reckon it's a game-changing deal in Canada, and may be implemented elsewhere. I'm definitely in the market for more shares if anyone's selling?