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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Borders & Southern Petroleum LSE:BOR London Ordinary Share GB00B08F4599 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -2.01% 4.88 4.50 5.25 - - - 15,986 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.5 -0.5 - 23.60

Borders & Southern Petroleum Share Discussion Threads

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26/6/2015
19:57
Good AGM update and a post from LSE BB member who attended: mercator: I was there but the presentation pdf that Wraith posted sums up meeting very well. I asked that if they find a suitable Farm-Out partner would they be able to join the current drilling campaign etc and the answer was yes ! They are in discussions at the moment. They also mentioned extending licenses as well. The other piece of good news is that the Darwin reserve upgrade has enhanced its commerciality !!! GL hxxp://www.bordersandsouthern.com/media/pdf/AGM2015.pdfbarvin
25/6/2015
17:25
There's a presentation on the website for what it's worthwordog
25/6/2015
16:09
I couldn,t make the AGM, anyone there prepared to give a little feedback?christy27
25/6/2015
12:01
From AGM: Licence can be extended to 2022 so massive positive if true.stevemmg
12/6/2015
20:35
The potential here is huge .ride the wave
12/6/2015
14:25
are, so thats where he went after Sunderland were relegated - do you think he got a free transfer??brian boru
12/6/2015
12:22
Vic.....very good point...interest in the FI's clearly growing, but given the progress and money spent so far it is slower than I would have expected, however if I remember right the North sea had a stuttering start then look what happened. The latest announcement: "The Falkland Islands Government announced the appointment of John Shea as the new Head of Policy. Mr. Shea comes to the Islands from the United States" Is a very shrewd move and to my mind ticks some very important boxes. It is now just a matter of time before the market really catches on and like you and RTW, my speculative money stays largely with Borders, plus FOGL and FKL.christy27
11/6/2015
20:21
setting up for nice rise tommorrow (Friday)rumblefish
11/6/2015
18:17
oh well, down with a bump!idleduck
10/6/2015
17:09
Small amount of trades (all sells) and the offer continues its journey north slowly but surely. Poss a large buy trade being filled?As with RTW, I'm happy to hold with positive sentiment starting to doing its rounds about oil exploration in the FI GLAvic_frost
10/6/2015
16:40
FOGL agm report by zinced on ii-BB CM said there is one secondary target above the main humpback prospect and 3 below. Good news for BOR?glitter2
10/6/2015
15:59
Positive chart analysis at ShareProphets today hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/12737/zak-mir-s-great-request-show-borders-southern-ddd-group-independent-resourcesbarvin
10/6/2015
15:04
you mean nothing gonna stop it being derailed?brian boru
10/6/2015
13:56
RTW: You snooze easy......it's a good way to pass time while they all catch on! Ohisay hit the nail right on the head and Nothing anyone on here says is gonna stop this freight train.christy27
10/6/2015
10:56
Are we there yet ? . 😝😝😝😝. Back to sleep , zzzzzzzride the wave
05/6/2015
17:08
Cyan - as long as the NFB produces the goods the SFB will not be overlooked. The latest published BOR seismic (after a year of interpretation with Polarcus) will not have gone unnoticed . It's only 3 weeks old when all is said and done.The big boys will be in there looking I've no doubt. http://www.gulfoilandgas.com/webpro1/main/mainnews.asp?id=44017 Remember typical "finding costs" are 4$ to 5$ a barrel (as of last year) for the majors - so do the sums.ohisay
05/6/2015
11:18
Good morning Ohisay. Good post. Certainly needs a very big partner to drill BOR's acreage. The problem remains the relatively weak oil price; today Brent $61.82. The BOR board were unable to present any offer to shareholders when the price was north of $100 so much now depends on Humpback. I know of the claims that the BOD did turn down offers. Would be interesting if they let shareholders know any details. I bet they have regrets. The big boys will want the lower hanging fruit first so, all eyes are on NFB as the more attractive option. Eventually SFB will produce imo but will time run out for BOR?cyan
05/6/2015
11:05
so how long till spud of the Hump?brian boru
05/6/2015
10:32
Rig on its way to humpback finallyrobpuguk
05/6/2015
10:27
Cyan re well costs .It was in the latest Borders RNS. http://www.bordersandsouthern.com/news/rns_viewer.php?id=22613996 As the industry has cut expenditure and the number of planned exploration and appraisal wells has fallen, the demand for drilling rigs has weakened. Consequently, the day-rates for deep-water rigs have reduced by as much as 40%. The costs of other well services have also started to fall. Against this backdrop, Borders & Southern has been looking to secure partners to fund the next phase of Darwin's appraisal. Specific challenges have been to find companies prepared to commit to a multi-well deep-water programme with well-cost estimates (before the oil price drop) of approximately $100 million per well. In addition, for many potential partners, the Falkland Islands would be a new geography, a long way away from the world's current exploration hot spots.ohisay
04/6/2015
10:11
I'm expecting some news of farm in partner very soon ..coupled with interest in South again around Humpbuck ..should see a significant move back up ...glashokty
03/6/2015
22:18
The Oceoan Baroness is stuck in Brazil - it can drill 10,000m and the day rate is only £276,750 . Petrobas had just got out the agreement so that could be our next rig ? Dyorride the wave
03/6/2015
11:56
Aye, as the current firm 6 drills are at the crazy rat of $560k a day.. i reckon they will either try to get a mega renegotiation on this rig for the options, or get a different one down. With Noble taking a NFB slot with Rhea from argos, there has been rumours that Noble has been looking for a different one - will it have capabilities for the deeper drills in the south tho? Defo think isobel has made things interesting now - and if humpback comes in, who knows whats gonna happen. My only worry is, are they have trouble suspending isobel? the rig is still sat over the well.robpuguk
03/6/2015
09:06
Amazes me that Argos with Sweet Fanny Adams has been ramped so much whilst Borders with solid class act management and Darwin etc., is not at least equal on SP. Rob is right drilling costs are really slashed, I still would not be surprised to see action this campaign for BOR. We have an interesting period in action in the FI's.christy27
03/6/2015
09:03
Good morning Robpuguk. Fair point. Its swings and roundabouts for BOR; possible lower drilling costs set against a lower oil price. The lower oil price is much more critical to the BOR commerciality case imo. The NFB is half as expensive and will get cheaper with the weight of development resources being concentrated in the Northern shallower waters. The economics suggests the NFB is today's development frontier while the SFB is tomorrows. Not sure BOR will fulfil their commitment to drill in time; there's the risk and why the low SP.cyan
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