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  • Re: Re:Gibraltar by Carefully Does It
    Wed, 08 Oct 2014 13:27:00 GMT

    Looks reasonable to me. Obviously the full 22M doesn't go to MWG but well worth it.
    AquaGIB etc.
    By Carefully Does It
  • Re:Gibraltar by racehorse
    Wed, 08 Oct 2014 08:18:00 GMT

    Correction- Modern Water is mentioned in this mornings article in the Teeside Gazette. By racehorse
  • Re:Gibraltar by racehorse
    Tue, 07 Oct 2014 16:15:00 GMT

    According to an article in the Teeside Gazettelive Northumbrian Water has won the contract for the whole plant.The construction value is £22m after which a 22year operation and maintenance phase will commence. There is no mention of Modern Water or the part they will play. By racehorse
  • Re: Is this a turn by Carefully Does It
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 19:40:00 GMT

    They should have enough cash for this and Northumberland can help cover too. Yes, over 20 years but still very good news and a corner being turned. Just shows what is possible. A bigger global partner might help in the Far East.

    What they may get is a base level of business for 20 years that is easier to forecast. Do that a few times and you can get a stable predictable business with some utility characteristics.
    By Carefully Does It
  • Re: Is this a turn by Brookie Boy
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 16:25:00 GMT

    Not certain of this, but £22m is over a 20 year period. So could be worth just £1.1m per year. Also needs to be profitable (anyone can get sales at a price!). May also need cash in the early years to get up and running - here comes an open offer or rights issue?

    Still good news, but no bunting yet IMV. By Brookie Boy
  • Re: Is this a turn by Carefully Does It
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 13:55:00 GMT

    hope so.
    need to know how much of the money goes to mwg as opposed to the jv partner.
    selling with others may be the way to go, certainly looks good and an example to other areas of relative scarce water resource and high population density. By Carefully Does It
  • Is this a turn by leftback
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 09:33:00 GMT

    Have been following MWG for ages. Technology seems good but ability to sell it weak - does this indicate a change? By leftback
  • Fantastic RNS by middler2
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 08:31:00 GMT

    This has to be massive good news here. A project worth six times current turnover. What an affirmation of MWG's technology. Well done all those who pulled this one off. may there be many more to follow. By middler2
  • Re: Quite good news by Brookie Boy
    Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:56:00 GMT

    2 years of cash left?
    The Middle Eastern market is known for being a slow-burn - so court potential customers for years and then deals suddenly come flowing, but you have to build that trust to then reap rewards. I hope we are well down that road. Not sure about China. Either way, this is still about sales, as you say, rather than product development. By Brookie Boy
  • Re: Quite good news by Carefully Does It
    Thu, 18 Sep 2014 10:12:00 GMT

    The 'container' shipped for monitoring has merit.
    Could imagine that idea catching on for key nodes in China for example.
    They have the product, need to pull a finger out.

    Wonder what their breakeven plan date is. By Carefully Does It
  • Re: Quite good news by forwardloop
    Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:58:00 GMT

    going to have to raise more money at this rate - need more sales. By forwardloop
  • Re: Quite good news by Carefully Does It
    Wed, 17 Sep 2014 19:02:00 GMT

    China delays?
    Breakeven delayed?
    Someonejust wants out and may be an old larger holder. By Carefully Does It
  • Quite good news by sage in the hills
    Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:00:00 GMT

    ... so why a few sellers ?

    SAGE By sage in the hills
  • Re: China by Optimist1
    Wed, 03 Sep 2014 13:23:00 GMT

    The Broker still has a buy rating and a 60p price target, and Michael Gradon bought 300k shares, which cost him £88,500. so I hope he knows what he is doing. By Optimist1
  • Re: China by Carefully Does It
    Tue, 02 Sep 2014 06:47:00 GMT

    Someone selling down in anticipation of the results?
    Doesn't look too healthy, hope they have it wrong. By Carefully Does It
  • RE: Excellent... by Victhetemp
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 07:37:56 GMT

    Excellent indeed, new contract, potential increase in revenues and will assume an increase in profits aswell. It would be great to see this reflected in a sustained increase in the SP.
  • Excellent... by EarlyBird-Rns
    Mon, 06 Oct 2014 06:48:05 GMT

  • And even more impressive news by testpack3
    Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:06:58 GMT

    with the rns this am. Sp 4.5% South. The Oman FO plant is owner operated, Where will they put the £1.6 admin expenses on last years a/c this year? No mention at all of new projects in China. However the CEO is pleased with progress. Good, would not want him disappointed.
  • more impressive news by testpack3
    Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:03:28 GMT

    Taken from FYR13 Revenue Membrane (FO) Oman £36K Cost of sales £8K Admin Xpenses £1.629M, loss £1.601M The Monotoring div had income of £3,49M, and gave a loss of £137K RNS releases since have highlighted the proposed fresh water FO plant near Shanghai. I wrote to the co 2 months ago asking if they had any idea of income streams for this project. To date, no reply, no acknowledgement. The Oman FO plant is generating lots of income for employees, but with little income for the co. They could all be on a very good jolly with the ipo money. realise there are different size fresh water plants, but the co must know what sort of income stream any plant will produce, especially when it's operate and maintain. Co will not make money selling monotoring devices ( serious money), and I was rather hoping the FO O&M plants would be £Mmulti operations. If the co is not prepared to tell us, why invest. All in MHO of course.
  • impressive recent news by riddler
    Wed, 10 Sep 2014 14:18:59 GMT

    11-Aug-14 09:42 RNS-R Modern Water launches new monitor - Replacement Company Announcement - General 11-Aug-14 07:00 RNS-R Modern Water launces new hydrocarbon monitor Company Announcement - General 29-Jul-14 09:50 RNS-R Modern Water targets Latin American market Company Announcement - General 12-Jun-14 15:00 RNS-R Modern Water expands EnviroGard algal toxin range Company Announcement - General 06-May-14 11:25 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding Directors' Dealings 06-May-14 07:01 RNS-R Modern Water and Luminultra launch new ATP kits Company Announcement - General 23-Apr-14 10:57 RNS Results of AGM Results and Trading Reports 22-Apr-14 11:33 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding Directors' Dealings 26-Mar-14 07:00 RNS-R Severn Trent trials Modern Water technology
  • Hi Riddler by j3ster
    Wed, 10 Sep 2014 12:46:04 GMT

    I am no expert and this is just my opinion. I feel the cutting edge technology they have with Forward Osmosis is something that will be highly effective moving forward. Clean pure water is becoming a more and more needed necessity in everyday life and companies are seeing. Forward Osmosis (which is a proven technology) membranes allows this to be produced at a much more affordable level than the current methods. Despite this process the company are cash efficient and have a positive and steady approach which gives me further comfort when placing my hard earned money.
  • jester by riddler
    Wed, 10 Sep 2014 12:21:01 GMT

    cheers, what makes you think that? ( "good times ahead" )...
  • Interim Results by j3ster
    Wed, 10 Sep 2014 06:15:01 GMT

    For a company with no dept and such innovative products which bode well for the future this has to be one to watch. I myself have also taken a position following market pressure to keep this stock above the year low and its strong product range. I think good things are ahead and I expect the Interim half yearly report soon which should confirm the companies financial position. I believe a rise in price to be imminent and a steady rise over time looks on the cards with past highs being exceeded.
  • took by riddler
    Mon, 08 Sep 2014 12:44:00 GMT

    a small position on hope they can actually delievr meanignful revenue from China and Severn Trent water trials....the seller has decimated MWG ( prob 20% ex-holder IP Group) for 12mths but this looks too far given no debt and cash pile ( albeit to service a 4mln per annum outflow lol)
  • Sea of Red by testpack3
    Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:30:42 GMT

    I bought in here following the announcement late last year of the 'collaborations' in China. The technology and patents all looked good. However, after the sp spike, there has been a steady 'sell off'. The share dealing board is a sea of red. Even after rns stating 'new' equipment, there is a sell off. I realise that +ve EBITDA is the driving force for upward sp, and we may be some way off that, it would be good to get some news of large scale projects that may eventually lead to +ve EBITDA.
  • South America by Jurado
    Tue, 29 Jul 2014 11:21:32 GMT

    Further to today's rns - I'm pleased they've now got a Spanish language website, but makes me wonder just how hard they've been trying over the last ten years in South America without one.
  • RE: threeputt/riddler by threeputt
    Wed, 26 Mar 2014 08:18:45 GMT

    Hi Shan, not in here but saw Riddlers post re labyrinthitis and hit a nerve, am well thanks
  • threeputt/riddler by shan
    Wed, 26 Mar 2014 08:11:56 GMT

    so as well as investing in the same stocks, we also suffer from the same illnesses too! hope all is well!
  • RE: riddler by threeputt
    Wed, 26 Mar 2014 08:10:00 GMT

    Riddler/Shan I've had labyrinthitis several times, less more recently. First time I had it didnt have a clue waht was going on and tried to carry on as normal, head was spinning all over the place, sick several times and off work four days. Its identified by tending to spin when lying on a particular side and can sometime be kicked off by a recent cold. Stuff gets into the wrong part of the ear canal and causes the dizziness, there is an exercise called the epley manoeuvre which can relieve the symptoms, it involves contortions to put the things in your ear back in the right place and can work, I liken it to that balancing ball bearing into holes game you used to play as a kid
  • Yep, see you Shan by Laureate
    Wed, 26 Mar 2014 07:32:50 GMT