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SeaEnergySeaEnergy PLC (formerly Ramco Energy plc), a Scottish public limited company, and its subsidiaries and associates form an energy group, headquartered in Aberdeen, Scotland. The Group is currently establishing an offshore energy services business, which aims to provide access and other services to the expanding offshore wind industry as well as to other offshore energy clients, and also holds a number of investments in oil and gas.

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  • Re: Directors buys by lordbletherington-smythe
    Sat, 05 Jul 2014 09:30:00 GMT

    Its hardly surprising. A year ago, R2S had potential, and the marine division was a pipe dream, and the shares were about 30p. Now, R2S seems to be growing strongly, and marine could be bigger than R2S for years to come, with regular, and profitable income. Otto have the ships, and SEA have the connections. Any tender won is likely to be long term, giving SEA a constant revenue stream for years to come. I think too many people still see this as the old ramco, and the horror story that it became, whilst not understanding that it is now a completely different company, with a new conservative CEO, and concentrating on a different side of the energy business. The progress over the last year or two has been staggering, and the share price has not reflected this to any significant degree. I suspect once the first maintenance tender is won, the share price will take a quantum leap. I think Edison forecast profits of £1.8m here this year, but if marine takes off within the next few months, then annual profits of £6m- £10m+ are easily within reach for 2015/16. Furthermore, if marine does take off, and SEA then have long term visible earnings, I can see them spinning off R2S, which as an independent entity with annual profits alone of £4-£6m, would have a value of 10x-20x earnings. ie £40m-£120m. The current market cap of SEA is about £22m. Add in the great unknown of the stake in Lansdowne, and you have a share with serious upside potential and little downside. By lordbletherington-smythe
  • Directors buys by neilio
    Fri, 27 Jun 2014 12:21:00 GMT

    I can't believe this hasn't risen more on recent news. Directors obviously agree.
    By neilio
  • RNS - R2S Contract in Mexico by SlagChops
    Wed, 18 Jun 2014 07:01:00 GMT

    SeaEnergy PLC


    Return To Scene Limited, a SeaEnergy subsidiary, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a contract for provision of an R2S visual asset management system by Mexican national oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), following a competitive public international tender process. The contract value to Return To Scene is estimated at US$ 1 million.

    Return To Scene's innovative R2S visual asset management system provides high definition 360o spherical photography - photographically capturing offshore oil and gas assets and providing the user with a desk top visual, interactive, walk around.

    Together with local partner, Petrotécnica S.A. DE C.V. (to whom Return To Scene was contracted earlier this year to capture a new build drilling platform prior to float-out), Return To Scene will complete the spherical photographic capture of the Ku-S Central Processing Installation and its bridge-linked satellites, in the Ku-Maloob-Zaap oilfield located in the Bay of Campeche, Gulf of Mexico. The capturing of these images and their integration into the R2S visual management system will be completed by Q4 2014.

    The benefits of R2S for operating companies have been recognised at all phases of project life cycle, and to date the system has been used by 14 operators in the UK Continental Shelf and US Gulf of Mexico (GOM), including BP, Chevron, Total and ConocoPhillips, on a diverse range of projects.

    Bob Donnelly, Director of Business Development for the SeaEnergy Group commented that:

    "We are at a key stage in the development of the SeaEnergy Group and this is a very exciting time for us as we continue to grow our international presence. We are delighted that the benefits of our technology and the efficiencies it allows for end users have been recognised by PEMEX. We look forward to continuing to cement and grow this relationship with PEMEX and our local partner, Petrotécnica."

    "Return To Scene is setting the global benchmark for asset visualisation - providing our clients with a service that improves operational safety, reduces OPEX and travel risk exposure."

    Marcelo Dorantes, Chief Executive of Petrotécnica added that:

    "Petrotécnica is proud to have represented Return To Scene exclusively in Mexico since 2011 and after 3 years of hard work we are delighted to reach this milestone. Petrotécnica will add value to the R2S Visual Asset Management System by integrating new systems.

    As energy reform in the Oil & Gas Industry continues to evolve and accelerates new business opportunities in the region, we are enthusiastic for the future of this key relationship with Return To Scene. We will continue to work to establish R2S as an institutional system for the whole of PEMEX, creating efficiencies across the business improving safety, reliability and asset integrity"

    By SlagChops
  • 'cheated' investors cast 4,178 votes by dickie3times
    Tue, 17 Jun 2014 23:10:00 GMT

    Thanks for all your support. We are now at 4,178 votes!

    (that's A LOT of irate investors!)

    Investors are saying something? They are voting in their thousands !

    HMGovt epetition, make short selling illegal !

    (or at least better regulated)

    * cast your vote here....

    * read more -( a lot more ! )

    Bookmark the links if you wish to 'pass the LINK/s on'.... or read later?


    # The big problem with shorting is that THEY (the shorters) WOULD most likely lose most of their money IF they just 'bet' on the price going down without trying to 'help' it down?

    So, there is the 'catch 22' scenario. No one would know of an RNS to be released that will contain BAD NEWS, if they did and then 'shorted' the stock, then they are guilty of 'insider trading'.

    The only sure way to short a stock and WIN is to spread dis-information to defame the company with help from other posters that are in concert with them. To ENSURE that they don't lose the biggest part of their 'short', ironically, then, they must deramp with (seemingly) believable posts.

    When the pro's do it, they simply get the media or well known 'crooked' tipsters, analysts or brokers to do it for them. (say no more). .They're all in cahoots with each other!


    The campaign against shorting is for the benefit of the 'cheated' investors that cannot control their investments due to the dirty tricks played out by co-ordinated deramping in order to tank the sp to abnormally low levels.

    When the campaign is complete, the results will be reviewed by Govt legislators re- further action! The branch of the FSA ie FCA will be asked by Davide Serra to conduct an investigation into short selling practices, with the view to either an outright ban on short selling or at the very least to be better and more vigorously regulated.

    The HMGovt epetition is a regulated site with legal authority that will NOT under any circumstances allow any auspicious individuals to prevent 'others' from casting their free votes. Discussions of which are freely entered into with individual viewpoints.
    By dickie3times
  • tipped in inv chronicle simon T by tikky
    Thu, 12 Jun 2014 12:43:00 GMT

    TARGET 60P By tikky
  • NEW ARTICLE: SeaEnergy boosted by Singapore link by II Editor
    Wed, 11 Jun 2014 16:08:00 GMT

    "LSE:SEA:SeaEnergy got a 7.4% bump to the share price in afternoon trading on Wednesday, to 36.2p, following news of a new joint venture with a Singapore shipping company.Offshore energy services business SeaEnergy has entered into a 51:49 ..."

    link By II Editor
  • Re: 35.50 sell real time by avb123
    Wed, 11 Jun 2014 12:20:00 GMT

    :-) Well done neilio! Must admit it looks like they have finally transitioned to be a 'proper' company.... By avb123
  • Re: 35.50 sell real time by neilio
    Wed, 11 Jun 2014 08:16:00 GMT

    And there it is!!!
    Great news for short medium and long term growth. By neilio
  • 35.50 sell real time by neilio
    Tue, 10 Jun 2014 08:38:00 GMT

    Sounds like good news has leaked... RNS should be out soon By neilio
  • Re: The EVIL among us...... by woodcroft53
    Thu, 22 May 2014 01:03:00 GMT

    Dickie3x - Give it a rest will you. I am sick of seeing your repetitive posts on every other message board. If you don't like the system then don't invest or go buy some blue chip stocks and give the rest of us some peace.. By woodcroft53
  • The EVIL among us...... by dickie3times
    Wed, 21 May 2014 21:54:00 GMT


    # Campaign to make short-selling illegal

    Update 3,241 signatures


    (post on if you agree)


    It is estimated that over 90% of AIM stocks are INFECTED by short-sellers !

    # IF you were a short-seller, BLUFFING, (basically manipulating a shares' price) about a company's overvalued share price, you might not want to *draw attention to yourself since you could get accused of stock manipulation. So you would hope (OR PLAN FOR) others to get involved and to present SEEMINGLY GOOD REASONS to short the stock.

    You would want to put AS MUCH FEAR INTO 'LONGS' as possible and would use high volume short trading as well as buying to drive the share price down as low as you can and as long as you can. You really want the longs to fold and to get out of the game. If you are consistently seeing sellers overwhelming buyers driving a share price down as a stock seems to be going up, I can assure you it's probably shorts' selling, since longs are totally motivated to sell their shares at the highest possible selling price. # By dickie3times
  • Re: Still no improvement by dickie3times
    Fri, 09 May 2014 23:38:00 GMT

    Are we also in the grips of shorters? Most AIM stocks are these days !

    "GOT IT IN ONE" I hear you all shouting...

    The best of them all could be the next to fall victim to this lot of scUmbags.

    {Campaign against organized short selling }

    read full long post UPDATED:

    Votes to date - 2,685 and rising fast !

    Most AIM stocks are now shorted in some form, in many cases AGGRESSIVELY. The result is th sp goes down. OK for those looking to buy cheap but long term holders that researched early and got in years ago don't want a bunch of short-selling raiders 'talking' the stock down' after many long years of waiting. It's unfair that your preferred investment could be halted in its tracks in this unscrupulous fashion?

    Vote if you think it will make a difference, easy to do, takes only a minute !

    THE LINK e-petition

    Any investor that is concerned that "Short selling raiders" could aggressively attack your investment should seriously consider signing this petition. Let's make it work, post the link on, so we can get universal support ?

    IN JUST 2 WEEKS THE CAMPAIGN HAS GAINED an EXTRA * 2,400 signatures since the QPP libelous fiasco put out by Gotham City Research and backed by the (very) questionable Simon Cawkwell (Evil Knievel), Questor and Tom Wwho..?
    Before, the campaign had stood at about 300 votes? Shows how investors are getting wise to these charlatansthey mean to eradicate this diabolical practice of shorting you out of your life's savings.
    ADD the link to your browser and add your own comments if you think it will make a difference? By dickie3times
  • Indi by forwardloop
    Tue, 15 Apr 2014 07:55:00 GMT

    link By forwardloop
  • Re: Still no improvement by avb123
    Thu, 03 Apr 2014 09:03:00 GMT

    Given Sea have left R2S relatively untouched and the business has performed well it may not be a sinister as you hint. Paying the earn out in shares may have been negotiated or subsequently asked for (by either party). It is not unusual to pay earn outs in shares. I agree, they may want the cash buffer, the burn rate is not high so they may want it for something positive. As you say there is a lump of cash hopefully coming from LOGP (I have recently invested there, great value I think at the moment and used to be invested here), Sea is not a company in my view that is in dire financial need. By avb123
  • Still no improvement by Tentative Predator
    Wed, 02 Apr 2014 16:47:00 GMT

    Last analysis link

    I continue to have no holding. Nothing really changed, the sp has bumped on some tips which is great for you holders. I see the vanity consulting continues to fail to provide any real contribution. The only significantly interesting thing I saw was down in point 8 of the notes - that the earn out can be paid in shares at the discretion of the board. That's a fascinating pointer for you on where the board thinks value is. If they pay out in cash, that means they think the shares are seriously undervalued and have huge confidence in the business they're generating to cover future costs and growth. If they pay out in shares, it means that they want the cash buffer - despite the Lansdowne holding - which makes you wonder why.

    Good luck to you holders.
    By Tentative Predator
  • Seadoldrums by CaseyJones
    Wed, 16 Jul 2014 13:13:29 GMT

    SP drifting up and down, up and down. We need some energy in seaenergy to lift us out of two year doldrums.
  • CEO Interview. by Bornand
    Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:44:58 GMT

    A 3 min video interview with JAW released by Edison this morning:-


  • jv by aardvark
    Wed, 25 Jun 2014 16:47:13 GMT

    I am wondering why Otto signed up with SEA. They are clearly a much larger company, and not only that, they have accepted being the junior partner with 49%. It must, imo, be down to a strong hint of some work from EDPR.
  • Share price by aardvark
    Wed, 18 Jun 2014 12:20:37 GMT

    Company seems to be strongly growing; share price is extremely dull. Go figure.
  • The Power of Investors Chronicle by Tailender
    Fri, 13 Jun 2014 14:54:36 GMT

    I know, it's sad isn't it. I would love to think that all investors spend hours pouring over balance sheets and cash flow statements, but instead it seems they are just looking for tips, like mug punters looking through the Sun's racing pages. Congrats to all out there who found SEA all on their own . May you prosper !
  • The Power of Investors Chronicle by Gus18
    Fri, 13 Jun 2014 09:29:00 GMT

    It feels like you can see people reading STs page and going..."Oh I had better buy some SEA shares." This share could become one where you buy on dips and sell on IC recommendation/ updates.
  • Remp by aardvark
    Fri, 13 Jun 2014 08:44:07 GMT

    My question remains.How can anyone buy a large amount at 29p, or even current levels? Its just not liquid enough.
  • Remp by bopd
    Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:38:34 GMT

    There was no big buy cos it didnt dip to the Remp level There will be no massive buy unless it does If you note ST s iniial recomendation was also at that level ie 29
  • SEA of BLUE! by KUMS
    Thu, 12 Jun 2014 12:39:42 GMT

    Got in just after ST recommendation at 12.
  • Investors Chronicle Update on SEA by Gus18
    Thu, 12 Jun 2014 12:32:56 GMT

    Now on line at IC by Simon T


  • remp by aardvark
    Tue, 10 Jun 2014 19:46:48 GMT

    bopd. I would be interested to know how you think there will be massive buys at your laughable 'Remp level'. I tried to buy £5k's worth today and couldnt. You give the impression that you know something here, but I've never heard so much cock and bull.
  • pablo by bopd
    Sun, 08 Jun 2014 22:41:56 GMT

    Check the spikes on the graphs since his last reported buy This guy knows the value of what was his co
  • pablo by bopd
    Sun, 08 Jun 2014 22:38:32 GMT

    Its very relevant. he was the founder.still significant holder and would like more of the pie again There have been other close buys at that level
  • Remp by pablo2
    Fri, 06 Jun 2014 15:59:40 GMT

    Thank you for explaining what a REMP is. I have so many stocks I forget the names of Directors v.easily. However, the trade you mention was nearly 3 years ago. It's relevance now - zero IMO. The share continues to drift. The value of our LOGP shares has badly drifted too this last year. Nice company though and I'd love to get back in soon, if I ever have any cash not tied up. GL
  • pablo by bopd
    Fri, 06 Jun 2014 13:32:23 GMT

    There will be a massive buy if the stock drifts down close to Remp's previous published buy at 28.5 see Directors deals above but i would not wait to that point as it will move v.quick