Ad hoc-release pursuant to § 15 WpHG/§ 48d öBörseG
(Grambach, 13.11.2012) BDI – BioEnergy International AG, the prominent technology supplier and specialised plant manufacturer in the waste to energy field, is reporting an operating result – EBIT – before extraordinary items of -€ 1.5 million (previous year: € 3.2 million) and a reduction in sales of 30% to € 19.1 million for the first nine months of the 2012 fiscal year. The loss is essentially attributable to project delays that led to lower sales. .
The founders of BDI – BioEnergy International AG, Wilhelm Hammer (64), CEO, and Helmut Gössler (52), CTO, will be leaving the Management Board for personal reasons when their contracts end on 30. June 2011. Hammer and Gössler are taking this step after making appropriate preparations for their successors and in full agreement with the Supervisory Board of the company. They will both continue to be associated with the company as shareholders and consultants.
Ad hoc release pursuant to § 15 WpHG/§ 48d I öBörseG: BDI - BioEnergy builds biodiesel plant in Belarus
Graz-Grambach, 6th December 2010. - JSC Mogilevkhimvolokno Organic Synthesis Factory from Mogilev in Belarus has placed an order to build a biodiesel plant with BDI – BioEnergy International AG, which is based in Graz-Grambach. The value of the order is just under EUR 10 million. The biodiesel plant will have an annual capacity of 50,000 tonnes of biodiesel that exceeds the specifications of the European biodiesel standard EN14214 by a long way. Daily biodiesel production at the plant in Mogilev, a city on the Eastern border to Russia with 370,000 inhabitants, will amount to 6 tanker lorries containing 28,000 litres each. Rapeseed oil is the raw material that will be used to produce the biodiesel. The government is guaranteeing the land for growing the raw materials required for the plant, which means that exclusive use will be made of national resources. The commission for BDI includes all the engineering services, the supply of specific technical equipment needed to carry out the process, co-ordination of the construction work and the start-up of the entire plant.
BDI - BioEnergy International AG announces that notification of the company’s creditors about the decrease made in the share capital - for the purpose of distribution to the shareholders - by EUR 10,070,000, from EUR 13,870,000 to EUR 3,800,000, as specified in § 178 Paragraph 2 of the Austrian Companies Act, was published in the public journal in Wiener Zeitung on 10. September 2010. In order to protect creditors, payment may only be made to the shareholders after six months have passed since the announcement of the entry and after the creditors who have responded in good time have been satisfied or have received security.
Ad hoc release pursuant to § 15 WpHG/§ 48d I öBörseG: BDI – BioDiesel International AG set to make a dividend payment and repayment of capital
(Grambach, Austria, 15 April 2010) The Board of Directors of the Austrian company BDI – BioDiesel International AG intends to propose a dividend payment of EUR 2.60 per ordinary share at the Annual General Meeting on 18 May 2010. The Board of Directors of BDI – BioDiesel International AG likewise intends to propose corporate actions in the shape of a repayment of capital of EUR 2.65 per ordinary share to the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on 18 May 2010.
Ad hoc release pursuant to § 15 WpHG/§ 48d I öBörseG: BDI – BioDiesel International AG acquires 51 % of Enbasys GmbH
(Graz, 9. April 2010) BDI – BioDiesel International AG is taking over 51% of the shares in Enbasys GmbH, a leading specialist in the biotechnological generation of energy from BioGas. BDI is taking over the shares from VTU GmbH, which is consolidated at equity in the BDI corporate group and which will continue to hold 19% of the shares. The purchase price is in the lower single-digit million Euro range.