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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: target 60p by SlagChops
    Fri, 27 Mar 2015 07:26:00 GMT

    Usual story on AIM, a spike after good news then a gradual retrace. Still underwater on this one by quite some margin unfortunately. By SlagChops
  • Re: target 60p by woodcroft53
    Thu, 26 Mar 2015 17:55:00 GMT

    That 60p target seems light years away as per usual - this share continues to be a big disappointment and I can't see me ever making my initial investment back - nevertheless I will continue to wait it out while the company directors continue to take their fat salaries while delivering nothing the shareholders. By woodcroft53
  • target 60p by southernstar
    Mon, 23 Feb 2015 09:29:00 GMT

    Found the Investors Chronicle article from last September...very encouraging. ! By southernstar
  • RNS - BP Atlantis contract accelerated by SlagChops
    Mon, 23 Feb 2015 06:09:00 GMT

    SeaEnergy PLC (SeaEnergy or the Company)

    BP Atlantis contract accelerated for SeaEnergy subsidiary Return To Scene

    Return To Scene Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of SeaEnergy PLC, is pleased to announce that BP has brought forward its deployment of the R2S Visual Asset Management (VAM) spherical photographic capture of its Atlantis facility in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). The R2S photographic team is already on site in the US with project completion, expected during Q2 2015.

    The contract, which has a stand-alone value of US $450,000, falls under a Global Agreement between Return To Scene and BP which has been in place since 2013. BP has used the R2S software/services on nine assets to date, including its three other offshore facilities in the Gulf of Mexico; Mad Dog, Thunder Horse and Na Kika.

    John Aldersey-Williams, CEO of SeaEnergy PLC, commented that:

    "R2S helps BP to bring the onshore and offshore teams of its assets together, allowing remote collaboration, increasing efficiencies and reducing the need to travel to the asset.

    The Atlantis project is very exciting for us as we continue to expand our presence in North America, driven by our team in Houston. As part of our wider internationalisation efforts and in line with our Global Agreement with BP, we look forward to supporting BP in its diverse geographic activities." By SlagChops
  • info by forwardloop
    Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:25:00 GMT

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    SeaEnergy (LON:SEA) believes it is primed for growth as its niche software service offers easy cost savings to an increasingly frugal oil and gas sector.
    Contractors to oil companies have naturally been among the worst hit by collapsing crude prices, as the large nuts-and-bolts engineering groups such as Petrofac or Wood Group were among the first to be squeezed.
    But, a newly cash conscious sector is ripe for SeaEnergy’s niche Return-to-Scene (R2S) business, according to chief executive John Aldersey-Williams.
    R2S provides computer modelling to create a 360 degree interactive visual interface that oil rig and gas facility operators can use for virtual maintenance and planning.
    Crucially, it can also provide oil companies with significant savings in the planning of decommissioning fields that are no longer economic or that are to be suspended.
    “What we know, and what our customers know, is the R2S software saves costs,” he said in a recent interview with Proactive Investors.
    He says the value proposition is clear: installing the product saves money, it saves time, and it removes the need for unnecessary travel to and from facilities.
    The installation of R2S pays for itself several times over in the very first year, Aldersey-Williams added.
    “In a world where oil prices are low R2S is a very good way of accelerating value out of a project.
    “Our clients know that it is a cost saver, it adds value to their businesses and even in a world where they are having to think about decommissioning platforms - it is a fantastic tool for planning that process and keeping cost out of the process.”
    SeaEnergy earlier this month told investors it will meet the market’s expectations when it releases its results for 2014 on April 16, and the outlook for the start of 2015 was said to be strong.
    R2S is very much a transferrable ‘solution’ – indeed, it was first developed to model crime scenes – though the upstream oil and gas sector is currently the core focus.
    Aldersey-Williams sees it as a market with huge potential.
    The software has so far been used to ‘capture’ about one hundred facilities across some 50 contracted projects and it has been contracted in some capacity by four of the world’s five ‘super-majors’.
    Nevertheless, this represents just a tiny portion of the potential market, according to research commissioned by SeaEnergy, which indicated there were around 10,000 platforms around the world that could be modelled by R2S.
    “There is a world of opportunity out there for us,” Aldersey-Williams said.
    SeaEnergy also has a consulting division which complements and adds to the effectiveness of the R2S software/service, and legacy assets including an interest in Irish oil firm Lansdowne Oil & Gas. By forwardloop
  • RNS by SlagChops
    Wed, 14 Jan 2015 07:02:00 GMT

    CANADA CONTRACT WIN FOR RETURN TO SCENE

    Return To Scene Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of SeaEnergy PLC together with its Canadian distributor NSB Energy Inc., is delighted to announce the award of its first contract for the R2S photographic capture in Canada. The contract value is estimated at US$ 800,000.

    Return To Scene's innovative R2S visual asset management system provides high definition 360° spherical photography - photographically capturing offshore oil and gas assets and providing the user with a desk top visual, interactive walk around. The R2S photographic team is already on site in Canada.

    To date the R2S system has been used by 16 operators in the UK Continental Shelf, US Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and Mexico including BP, Chevron, Total, ConocoPhillips and PEMEX, on a diverse range of projects. Operators have identified improved resource efficiencies and R2S has also been credited with enhancing collaboration between multiple disciplines providing better planning, confidence and preparedness - benefits leading to tangible cost reductions and increased production.

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

    "We are delighted to secure our first project in Canada as we continue to grow our presence in North America, supported by our team in Houston, and as part of the Group's wider internationalisation process."

    He continued: "We have a strong order book for 2015 and our look ahead for the first half of 2015 is particularly robust with a significant contribution from North America."

    Michael Critch, President and CEO of NSB Energy Inc., Canadian based distributor for R2S in Canada since 2012, commented that:

    "As an agent for oil and gas personnel and services, NSB Energy is excited to attract and leverage some of the best internationally recognised technologies for use offshore in Canada. This contract award demonstrates the importance of using the best technology the world has to offer to manage offshore facilities and optimise the recovery of Canada's offshore oil and gas resources. We are proud to facilitate and manage this great service provided by Return To Scene."

    By SlagChops
  • Re: Mello2014 investor event by lordbletherington-smythe
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:30:00 GMT

    I asked the CEO at Mello whether they would need to raise funds. He gave a categoric 'no' answer. I actually think raising some funds to institutions only would be a good idea. This company needs institutions on its share register to give some oomph to the share. However, having bought back shares at 36p a couple of years ago, to issue shares below that now would look a bit silly, and would possibly imply that they dont see LOGP rising anytime soon. Given they are cash generative and profitable now, there is no urgent need. Even in the event they won a tender for their ships to service offshore wind farms, they have the option of raising debt finance. The directors and ex directors hold 25% of the shares, and almost half the staff have just participated in the SAYE scheme, so I doubt it is something we will see, certainly until the share rises to over 40p. As far as I can tell, the only cash committment they might need in the short term that cant be covered from existing income is some money for an Asian HQ for R2S, but as that will probably be a small rented office initially, that shouldn't need special funding. The free float of shares here is very small, which is why we saw the rises on mainly tiny volume, and why the opposite is happening now, also on tiny volume. The mms only make a market in 10k here, which is less than 3k's worth. I am hoping the new Nomad will change it to 25k, and better still, move it onto SETS, where institutions can directly get involved. The cash balance was approx 600k-700k on 30th June, and since then R2S has had a record quarter, and marine a further 2 ships under management, so its fair to assume that the cash balance is comfortably over 1mln. Or am I missing something?! By lordbletherington-smythe
  • Re: Mello2014 investor event by rollthediceagain
    Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:27:00 GMT

    Quite like the look of Seaenergy, the fact they're confident of going into profit Q4 but low cash balances & reliance on overdraft facilities (rather than term debt) is a niggling doubt. This looks ripe for a placing. If they did so I'd buy a few! By rollthediceagain
  • Mello2014 investor event by davidosh
    Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:12:00 GMT

    Just making sure that you are all aware that SEA are having a stand for three days and presenting on two of the days at the Mello2014 investor show in Derby next week.

    www.mello2014.com

    It is the first time this event has been held but there will be nearly 20 Keynote speakers. 50 listed companies and tens of investor focussed panel sessions and seminars to see during the three days from Thursday 6th November to Saturday 8th November.

    The list of keynote speakers is outstanding link By davidosh
  • info by forwardloop
    Thu, 09 Oct 2014 21:37:00 GMT

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    pg 63 By forwardloop
  • NO - we are not there yet! by woodcroft53
    Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:14:00 GMT

    This continues to disappoint and frustrate. Going to be an extremely long haul IMO By woodcroft53
  • Re: ARE WE THERE YET by neilio
    Thu, 11 Sep 2014 08:30:00 GMT

    End of year should see overall profit. Get a vessel build contract and this will take off. By neilio
  • ARE WE THERE YET by PERPETUAL OPTIMIST
    Thu, 11 Sep 2014 07:37:00 GMT

    No; bottom line group profit remains elusive. Hopefully the second six months is not going to attract more reorganisation/startup costs. No doubt re SEA having an attractive product base. By PERPETUAL OPTIMIST
  • Re: Scottish Independence by PERPETUAL OPTIMIST
    Mon, 08 Sep 2014 18:20:00 GMT

    The company is the company; the business model remains the same. The growth potential remains the same. By PERPETUAL OPTIMIST
  • Scottish Independence by lordbletherington-smythe
    Mon, 08 Sep 2014 12:21:00 GMT

    How does a Yes vote affect SeaEnergy?

    In my mind, it makes no difference to R2S, Consulting sees a surge in business, and Marine has delays for tenders for a few months upto a couple of years. By lordbletherington-smythe
  • Video interview with CEO by jupiternmars
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 12:05:22 GMT

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    John Aldersey-Williams, chief executive of SeaEnergy (LON:SEA), says the company will see ‘continuing steps’ towards making a ‘real profit’ over the next few years. He says demand has been strong despite the tough climate for oil and gas companies recently, while it is also looking at other sectors where the technology can be applied. The company, which provides software to the oil and gas industry, said revenues last year were £7.4mln, up from £5.1mln the year before, while the loss after tax widened to £2.5mln from £800,000. The company did however make an operating profit before non-recurring expenses of £151,000.
  • mayfair by pablo2
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 07:19:29 GMT

    I've bailed - short and sweet. Anyway, good luck, it's a good company and the sp will probably get back into the 30's later in the year IMO.
  • Results by pablo2
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 06:42:31 GMT

    Good set of optimistic results. Hopefully the LOGP situation has already been built into our sp. See they have issued an RNS reviewing themselves today. If we get a broker note with a new decent sp target, we might progress, otherwise...?
  • mayfair by pablo2
    Tue, 07 Apr 2015 10:50:04 GMT

    looking good here prior to tomorrow's results. With regards Free Float, quite right it is the amount of shares easily traded and therefore we discount all major ii holdings and the Bod. I take the easy way though and go to the FT :

    link

    Scroll down a bit and you'll see 'shares outstanding' and 'free float' - now whether this is accurate, I don't know.
  • Pablo by mayfair21
    Fri, 03 Apr 2015 08:04:48 GMT

    I stand corrected - need to have refresher course on my maths - would have helped if I first of all had tallied the percentages of holdings. Doh!
  • Pablo by mayfair21
    Fri, 03 Apr 2015 07:56:16 GMT

    Pablo - always willing to be corrected. However, my understanding of free float is the proportion of shares that are held by investors who are likely to be willing to trade. It is a measure of how many shares are reasonably liquid. It therefore excludes those shares held by strategic shareholders - Directors-Fund Managers etc. To this end, I calculate from the strategic shareholders listing below that of the 56,364,823 shares in issue only 14,168,254 (25.14%) are not in public hands. How do you calculate it to 60%? SEA Share Capital: Total ordinary 10p shares in issue 56,364,823 Directors and Significant Shareholders No. of shares % Stephen Remp former Director 4,202,272 7.46% Lampe Conway 4,018,836 7.13% Spreadex Limited 2,235,526 3.97% Steven Bertram Director 2,230,133* 3.96% Louise Warner 2,005,000 3.55% John Aldersey-Williams Director 1,769,596* 3.14% Mike Comerford former Director 1,386,485* 2.46% Christopher Moar former Director 420,932* 0.75% David Laing Director 80,000 0.14% David Sigsworth Director 60,000 0.10% TOTAL SHARES NOT IN PUBLIC HANDS 14,168,254 - 25.14%
  • Sea by pablo2
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 15:22:54 GMT

    Dived in.
  • mayfair by pablo2
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 14:32:04 GMT

    sorry, I notice your posts late March which give me the expected Results breakdown - I think these might go down well in the market and, if I can, I'll purchse some before Wed. GL All
  • mayfair by pablo2
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 14:30:08 GMT

    You've got your Free Float figures the wrong way round I think. Total share = 56m Free Float = 34m or percentage 60.7% - still that's not a massive lot if free float. Notice the results are now brought forward to next Wed. Good prospects for the company but will the Annuals be good?
  • RE: Broker coverage by aardvark
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 10:55:16 GMT

    No, sorry Mayfair. I only read the physical copy. Maybe try Stifel/Oriel or the company?
  • RE: Broker coverage by mayfair21
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 08:24:26 GMT

    thanks for the info - have you got a link to the said R note/s.
  • Broker coverage by aardvark
    Thu, 02 Apr 2015 07:11:40 GMT

    There is broker coverage from their new Nomad, who issued an extensive research note in early Feb and a smaller one a month later.
  • Only 24.14% free float by mayfair21
    Wed, 01 Apr 2015 18:39:03 GMT

    Of the 56,364,823 shares in issue only 14,168,254 (25.14%) are not in public hands (free float). Easy to understand the price volatility. However with the full year results expected to be in line with expectation, this share could and hopefully will see a rapid rise. Any further news on contract wins for R2S or additional vessels for marine business in 2015 (which is expected) means additional profitability and will duly add value to the business and increase the share price. At present there is no broker coverage for SEA which I think would be a great asset now but expect Directors will have to release some of their shares for this to happen, There is the option of issuing more equity, but given the profitability SEA now find themselves in I prefer for the stock to remain illiquid as there is much more chance of a rapid rise in share price than on the back of issuing equity.
  • R2S Forensic by mayfair21
    Thu, 26 Mar 2015 09:24:37 GMT

    R2s a system with the ability to diversify.

    link

  • Results soon! by mayfair21
    Wed, 25 Mar 2015 15:15:24 GMT

    Only three weeks to go for the Company to release its results for the year ended 31 December 2014 on 16 April 2015, namely: · Full year results set to be in line with expectations · International growth across the business‎ continues · Significant turnover increase in 2014 for Marine business · R2S Visual Asset Management achieves record turnover in 2014 with strong order book for 2015