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Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (REGI)

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61.500.00 (0.00%)
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  • B
    Brennus
    as a long time SYNM holder...it does my heart good to know this is finally going to be part of a real company
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    Thomas
    Has CVX backed out? Is this a joke? What possible reason could there be for an after hours bid of $61.80 on a company that's already sold for $61.50?
  • I
    Ian
    When is the stock sale to CVX closing?
    Neutral
  • J
    Jonathan
    When is the payment being disbursed?
  • D
    Dennis
    Thay bought my shares for 61.50 and put the money back in my account. i wanted to get some pice of CVX.
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    Sergio
    REGI is a very interesting company, just check the financial ratios and data for yourselves; however, a PEG ratio of 0.5 indicating that the company is undervalued compared to the experienced growth it is facing is quite promising. People are mislead of they think REGI Biofuel is a direct competitor of EV as it is rather a complimentary product. Out of 66% of EV owners in the US, their nominal income is above 100000 USD per annum meaning that EVs are too expensive as of now. The infrastructure is insufficient for global and national us of EVs as of yet and it is using 60% fossil fuels to charge the EV so not carbon zero yet. On the other hand Biofuel is mixed with petrol and diesel to reduce CO2 emissions by 70% from the fuel it has diluted, has the mass manufacturing infrastructure and the US is the 2nd largest exporter and user of Biofuels. Right now, Li-ion batteries do not have sufficient energy density to be implemented long haul trucks and Biodiesel is currently being used despite bioethanol having a 34% less energy density than petrol, the tanks in trucks and in most cars in the US will not make this a significant issue. I hope you like the summary and it is informative, as to reach global emission targets according to the paris agreement, biofuel will play an important role with EV and other means.
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    Nicho
    I have premium yahoo finance membership, and the fair value in the premium report for REGI is $194.02. This stock is extremely undervalued and its a great investment opportunity! Cheers
    Bullish
  • m
    massimo
    $AMTX conversation
    $AMTX AEMETIS (NASDAQ: AMTX)
    Huge money are coming to the Renewable Diesel sector. Chevron is going to buy $REGI at a premium of +90% of the average price of last week.

    https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/chevron-nears-3-bln-deal-buy-renewable-energy-group-bloomberg-news-2022-02-25/

    Aemetis on Monday 28 February will present to Credit Suisse conference at institutional investor:
    - its new/update 5 year plan with a +$300Mln EBITDA forecasted in 2025;
    - $5Bln off take agreement of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and Renewable Diesel

    Aemetis is hopefully to become soon an UNICORN reaching a $30-$40 valuation per share.

    I am super long having bought on the open market around 150,000 shares of this hidden gem
    Bullish
  • R
    Robert
    One of the driving factors in REGI pricing isn't oil to answer people's questions. It is RIN. Check this link out https://growthenergy.org/growth-energy-ethanol-data-hub/rin-prices/ RIN Prices are skyrocketed.. When they balance out the price for REGI will shoot up. Agricultural feedstock costs are high..higher to produce and blend the bio-fuel. Per EIA.GOV , "The two primary feedstocks for biofuels production in the United States are corn and soybean oil, which are used for fuel ethanol and biomass-based diesel production, respectively. Since December 31, 2020, U.S. corn prices have increased by 42% while U.S. soybean oil prices have increased by 55%. Both prices have reached their highest levels in more than eight years, driven in large part by increased demand from China and concerns around future domestic supply.

    Correspondingly, the Chicago daily spot price of fuel ethanol settled at $2.32 per gallon (gal) on April 30, which was the highest price since December 2014 and an increase of 58% since the beginning of the year. Similarly, the Chicago spot price of biodiesel settled at $5.23/gal on April 30, marking the highest price since July 2013 and an increase of 40% since the beginning of the year."

    When the prices come back down, the bio fuel costs will drop and profit margins for REGI will increase. Patience.
    RIN Prices – Growth Energy
    growthenergy.org
    Bullish
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    John
    I simply wanted to point out to everyone about the $40 million not being an accounting issue. This was a direct oversight in blending practices of petroleum diesel at the Seneca location that was CAUGHT by the regular accounting audit with the IRS concerning its BTC. Therefore, their customers that added petroleum diesel after purchase are the ones due the 40mil, NOT the IRS. This is not an excuse or any better of a situation. Arguably, it's worse because it undermines the faith of their operational efficiency. Nevertheless, I think people here and Wall Street in general are overreacting to the news. REGs long term fundamentals and growth remains unchanged. The expansion of geismar in 2023 and greater demand in today with an expanding economy will lift this company along with the clean energy sector. Treat this operational error as a buying opportunity!
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    Sergio
    What alot of people are forgetting in my opinion is firstly the increase in Debt/Equity from 5.6% to 32% (credit facility of Circa 350 million if I remember correctly) from Simply Wall Street data, is to continue on the Geismar Plant Expansion which is due to complete in 2023. If you look at most of the fundamental ratios such as PE of 11.4, Discounted Cash Flow Analysis indicates 34% undervalued, PB of 1.3 compared to 1.9 industry average and the fact that their top line revenue 2.91 Bn is more than their market cap of 2.3 Bn along with a net profit of 8.7% of their market cap. The number are not as bad as the movements in the market and according to market analysis from several sources, Biofuels is seen as transitory to EVs as the infrastructure is already there for both fuelling stations and most vehicle are compatible. Furthermore, compared to hydrogen which is extremely reactive/dangerous hence needs to be kept in high pressure vessels and high pressure pipelines, this could be a transitory option for many countries in the west and developing countries as well. I think if you want to invest in Regi, you need to consider the future value of such a company and what it can ultimately bring around 2025 to 2030 where strict worldwide emissions quotas are the new norm. Compared to 2019 output of 495 MMGY, the Geismar expansion should increase output by 250 MMGY which is a 50% increase so the increase of Debt is further justified if its to improve the Company's plant and equipment. Bare in mind that discounted cash flow does not consider additions in plant and equipment, it is a just a safe forecast.
    Bullish
  • k
    kyww_pa
    White House brings together oil and biofuel companies—separately—to nail down deal
    September 11, 2019 | Meghan Sapp
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    In Washington, Bloomberg reports that the White House is hosting two separate meetings on Wednesday to try to break the oil-biofuel deadlock, with Valero Energy Corp., PBF Energy Inc., Monroe Energy, HollyFrontier Corp., Marathon Petroleum Corp. and Phillips 66 meeting on one side and Archer Daniel Midland, Louis Dreyfus Co., Renewable Biofuels Inc., Ag Processing Inc. and Renewable Energy Group meeting on the other side. Neither meeting is meant to include vocal lawmakers or their respective trade associations in an effort to hear directly from the companies what they want to see happen.
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    Filippo
    still wondering what to do with these shares ? is there any reason why shouldnt we sell them?
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    Strongspur1
    Yesterday on my point and figure chart REGI gave a sell signal and I said good bye to this stock. It is not the fundamentals that drive a stock it is supply and demand and this stock is now driven by supply. The marked is forward looking and that is the tell tale from supply.
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    phil
    A couple of days ago I locked in profits and sold. Was hoping a dip would occur so I could get back in. Low and behold. The stock is one of the most attractive for combination of upside, safety, momentum and fundamentals. All of my indicators I rely on point green.
    Bullish
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    xs fun
    I live in NorCal and in the oil biz for 37 years. Dawson is a competitor of the Jobber I work. Dawson is a good company. I spoke with my Chevron Rep yesterday about the strategy. CVX for whatever reason is looking to buy oil jobbers with fleet card lock facilities to move the REGI bio fuel. The bio blend is now available at the Sacramento rack and I delivered blend stickers to my dealers of 80%+ bio blend for their retail dispensers. Union 76 has already done this north as far as Oroville CA. It will stretch to the Oregon border as soon as they can figure out how to push it up the pipeline to Chico CA terminal. Bio is here to stay for sure. As for REGI/CVX buying wholesalers is a bit of a mystery.
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    Strongspur1
    A comment on todays sudden drop in REGI. "Is the Market Rigged? How often have you owned a stock that gets pummeled with no logical explanation? This is often caused by computer-driven High-Frequency Traders (HFTs). They fire off massive amounts of short trades to drive stock prices down, then profit from the rebound. Their gains come at the expense of human investors." (Qutation from Zacks upon High Frequency Trading)
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    kyww_pa
    ROTH Presentation

    The master of ceremonies asked CJ about Geismar and how he is hearing the build out might be 3 or 4 times the original size. He assumes that Phillips 66 is going to be similar. I like the sounds of that. She said it will take 1 year to plan it and 2 to build it.
  • k
    kyww_pa
    From Valero quarter conference call: “And our growing renewable diesel business continues to generate strong results due to the high demand for renewable diesel.”

    This statement gives me a glimmer of hope..
  • S
    Steven
    Well the new presidents words ( rapid reduction of greenhouse gases ESSENTIAL etc?) can only be enacted with the rapid adoption of as many biofuels that can be manufactured ASAP - Lithium is coming up fast for EVs etc but not fast enough - also what about planes & ships? - subsidies and tax breaks for O & G are going to be diverted - guess what sector is going to be the recipient for these? - could it be the sector with the biggest chance of reducing our Emissions at pace. - Regi & the likes of Neste gonna be big winners in this new game methinks - I’m loaded up now and expecting big things
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