Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afren Plc LSE:AFR London Ordinary Share GB00B0672758 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.785p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 607.1 -1,255.0 -94.5 - 19.77

Afren Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2016
15:56
If anyone has any spare stock they want to get rid of at a nominal value I'd be a buyer. Need around 750,000 shares willing to pay 0.1p/shr plus any dealing costs you incur to transfer the stock to my broker. Log
loglorry1
16/5/2016
15:55
kching - that's brightened the afternoon! And that's done interesting things to my email as I had 65 positions close out simultaneously.
hpcg
16/5/2016
15:45
Good news, IG have paid out this afternoon!
jaknife
26/4/2016
07:27
Worth noting that IG are just following internal procedure. Nothing wrong in that
nigelpm
26/4/2016
07:17
Thank you for that mrwhits1 I was ripped off by IG Index many years ago! I am guessing that IG Index have not settled Long positions either? You would guess the same rules should apply to each?
midasx
25/4/2016
09:22
IG haven't settled my short position. they say they cannot until the shares are cancelled in crest, so that their brokers can settle their positions, then they (IG) can settle their clients positions. all a bit lame really, and one that has given me reason not to give them any more trade, so I moved to Interactive Brokers instead. regards
mrwhits1
25/4/2016
07:09
Intertrader have now settled long sb at Zero. Can anyone confirm if they have settled short positions?
midasx
19/4/2016
15:21
Cheers Mr Whits.
withoutt
10/4/2016
22:29
No, and won't be for some time according to the administrators. Best forget about it until at least next summer (2017), that's when the administration runs out.....that is unless the creditors vote to extend it. Shareholders don't get a say in that as they are not regarded as creditors by UK law according the administrators. It's a real bummer, as the administrators openly say there is nothing for shareholders, on more than one occasion, but won't cancel the shares in crest yet etc etc etc..... Feel free the email them, afren@alixpartners Regards Mrwhits.
mrwhits1
08/4/2016
08:17
Have these been removed from Crest yet? tia.
withoutt
05/4/2016
13:23
GKP holders should have a read of this thread.
12bn
29/3/2016
18:28
If any shareholder, company official or interested party in Afren PLC can provide any factual information of any event involving the company that they feel should be reported to the regulatory authorities or has unnecessarily damaged the value of the company, please can they collate the information and forward it accordingly to afrenlegalaction at yahoo com asap Thanks
ldlv
18/3/2016
14:13
Anyone know when we can put our loss against CGT I'm in the lucky position of having made £13k profit(£11,100 tax free allowance) in shares this financial year (end Apr 5th). The first time for many years It's only a small loss as I only invested £800 near the end. Selftrade still show me as only having lost £500 with the market value as £300. I know they are worthless but it would be nice to put the £800 loss against my profits when I do my tax return in a couple of months
robertfaulkner
07/3/2016
20:49
This is the end beautiful friend. The End. 26/2/16. Letter received from Alix Partners concerning the administration of Afren. "As detailed in the report, due to the substantial shortfall to creditors, there will be insufficient funds to enable a return to the company's shareholders. ....Under UK insolvency legislation, shareholders are not considered to be creditors of the company and are therefore not entitled to participate in any distribution to the company's creditors." You live and learn. The benefit of hindsight. At one time my investment in Afren was worth £50k. Now worth zilch. I've been royally screwed, been stuck like a deer in the headlights and also had some bad luck. All decisions made or not made were mine. A lesson learnt the hard way. I've probably lost about £22k on my original investment but a max loss of £50k from what they were worth. Always use a stop loss. Never fall in love with a share and don't put all your eggs in one basket. Simples. Oh yeah, that last one is especially true if they are a Nigerian oil and gas company, I'll recover - that £50k would have been useful now though! Live long and prosper.
pinemartin9
21/1/2016
12:35
with the current POO the bondholders have been shafted too,all down to their greed...............couldn't have happend to a better bunch of??????????
aja5
21/1/2016
12:14
because the stock hasn't been removed from CREST yet and no, Afren will never return.
jaknife
21/1/2016
09:37
Can anyone please inform why AFREN Shares still showing on my portfolio although the value is zero? Thank you. Is there any possibility that AFREN will be back on the Stock Market?
jahir57017
09/12/2015
11:11
Some things float: hxxp://www.bizdb.co.uk/company/loa-energy-limited-09284113/
fraserdean
06/12/2015
13:11
Ldlv - once again you show up your lack of real world business experience. Only corporate Afren is in administration, the opcos continued as before. You know this. Thus a liability accrued only by an opco does not pass up unless there is a parent company guarantee. The opco itself is an asset of Afren and is sold whole, both assets and liabilities. For non-income generating companies their financial state deteriorates over time. Eventually the OPL310 subsidiary would be declared bankrupt. Your lifetime battle will be a lonely one, without anyone to even battle against.
hpcg
05/12/2015
13:28
Hpcg we will go for the corrupt and their collaborators! #SaveAfren this is a life time project!
ldlv
05/12/2015
11:39
With POO heading lower anyone small and unhedged is screwed. Good judgement from the bondholders not to throw good money after bad here. With storage filling up it is not impossible Nigerian oil will have no customers.
hpcg
04/12/2015
16:44
Correct they're skint too.
sleveen
04/12/2015
16:31
Sirius petroleum SRSP to be the next afren of Nigeria I reckon
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