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25/9/2016
09:20
Cambrian Oil & Gas Daily Update: Cambrian Oil & Gas is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COIL. The last closing price for Cambrian Oil & Gas was 4.10p.
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23/4/2007
09:34
rodspotty: Found this posted on an Aussie bb.... The AGE has a positive article about MEO (on page 6 - Business Age, by Barry Fitzgerald) which will bring MEO above the radar to new investors and should see further upward moves on the share price. It would be great if we got to $1+ by week's end relevant snippets include...... ------------------------------ For all the talk at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association's annual conference on the future boom if liquified natural gas exports take off, there was precious little to show for it in terms of share price action for the big industry players. But that was not the case with the junior groups looking to ride the LNG boom for all it is worth, including the Melbourne-based trio of Karoon Gas, MEO Australia and Nexus. That's what you would suspect, as if the likes of that trio that can offer the greatest leverage to the boom - one underpnned by the surge in global power demands at a time when the globe also wants to 'decarbonise' energy as much as it can. By the end of last week, and after the 1600 delegates from APPEA's talkfest in Adelaide had found their way home, Melbourne's trio were sporting big share price gains, big enough in the case of Karoon and MEO to attract speeding tickets from the stock exchange. Karoon closed the week 31 per cent higher at $2.32, MEO flashed 26 per cent higher to 88.5c, and Nexus brought up the rear with a more than handy weekly gain of 9.6 per cent to $1.05. . .. . . . the case with MEO demonstrated, there was also a realisation that if the fully stretched Woodside wasn't a thrilling leverage play at $39.12 a share to the LNG boom, then the Melbourne trio might be. . . . . . Up in the Timore sea, MEO stands alone among all of the new LNG projects in that it already has the all-important environmental approvals for its twin projects on Tassie Shoal. The plan is for an LNG plant based on condenstate-rich gas as well as a methanol plant, that unlike the LNG route, welcomes a high carbon dioxide count. The MEO methanol route provides a solution to the carbon dioxide disposal problem, whereas some other LNG projects propose geological sequestration - a route around which much technical and legislative uncertainty remains. MEO on the other hand secured "major projects facilitation status" from the Federal Government for the LNG and methanol projects in January. Cheering on MEO is John Byrne's Cambrian with 21.7 per cent, Geoff Albers (9.8per cent), Santos (9.2per cent) and directors (7.6 per cent). MEO has made no secret of the fact that numerous groups have been sniffing around. That's not suprising, given the environmental clearance for the project is already in the bag. Its importance was highlighted at APPEA, where greenies made clear that Browse Basin developments faced a tough approvals road, even if they want to see more gas used globally at the expense of higher carbon-emitting coal. ----------------------------------- The Age - Monday 23, April Barry Fitzgerald ------------------------------------ Rodders
20/4/2007
12:55
14nick: Stuart: Hopefully you are correct but I am sceptical. The value of the MEO shareholding was never adequately reflected in the COIL share price largely because of the controlling interest of XTR in COIL. I don't see that the position has changed, in any real way, as a result of the Scheme. It appears that CBM will own 311m shares out of a total of about 670m XTR shares, say, 46%. In addition, there are 130m existing XTR options (mainly at 1p) and about 15m ex COIL options. On a fully diluted basis CBM may well own more than 50%.
30/3/2007
10:55
rodspotty: Surprised nobody has commented on the tick up today??? COIL share price is stronger than it has been for months, this is mainly due to existing investors selling XTR and moving into COIL ready for the 9 for 10 merger. However the gap is closing and the opportunity to make a fast buck jumping between the two is closing, the absence of our persistant seller recently may have contributed to this. DYOR Rodders
16/3/2007
17:02
valentine: Extract from COIL/XTR proposal. 16:00 Xtract Energy plc - Document Posted RNS RNS Number:1455T Xtract Energy plc 16 March 2007 16th March 2007 AIM: XTR Xtract Energy Plc ("Xtract") Scheme circular posted Cambrian Oil & Gas plc Further to the announcement on 12 February 2007 of the recommended proposal for the acquisition by Xtract Energy plc ("Xtract")of the entire issued share capital of Cambrian Oil & Gas plc ("COIL") (not already owned by Xtract) by means of a scheme of arrangement under section 425 of the Companies Act 1985 ("Scheme"), COIL is today posting the Scheme circular to COIL Shareholders ("Scheme Circular"). The Scheme Circular sets out notices convening the Court Meeting and the EGM for 12 April 2007 at which resolutions will be proposed to approve the Scheme. Full details of the Court Meeting and EGM and information on COIL and Xtract are set out in the Scheme Circular. Terms defined in this announcement have the same meanings as in the Scheme Circular unless the context requires otherwise. Under the terms of the Scheme, the COIL Shares not already held by Xtract will be transferred to Xtract and, upon the Scheme becoming effective, Scheme Shareholders will receive: 9 New Xtract Shares for every 10 Scheme Shares The Proposal values the entire issued share capital of COIL at approximately #14.85 million and each COIL Share at 4.725 pence based on the Closing Price of one Xtract Share of 5.25 pence on 9 February 2007, the last Dealing Day prior to the Announcement. Based on the Closing Price of one Xtract Share of 5.125 pence on 15 March 2007, the last Dealing Day prior to the posting of the Scheme Circular, the Proposal values each COIL Share at 4.6125 pence. The Proposal represents a premium of approximately 30.3 per cent. and 31.8 per cent. respectively to the Closing Prices of a COIL Share of 3.625 pence and 3.5 pence respectively on those dates. The New Xtract Shares will be issued credited as fully paid, on identical terms to and will rank pari passu with the existing issued Xtract Shares, including the right to receive and retain all dividends and other distributions declared, paid or made after the Scheme becomes effective. Completion of the Proposal will result in the issue of up to approximately 129 million New Xtract Shares, representing approximately 18.8 per cent. of the Enlarged Share Capital. Fractions of New Xtract Shares will not be allotted or issued to Scheme Shareholders pursuant to the Proposal. To become effective, the Scheme requires, amongst other things, (i) approval by the necessary majorities at the Court Meeting of the Scheme Shareholders present and voting, either in person or by proxy; (ii) the passing of the special resolution set out in the notice of the EGM; (iii) satisfaction or waiver of the other conditions set out in Part 3 of the Scheme Circular; and (iv) the Court Sanction being obtained. The Court Meeting and the EGM, and the nature of the approvals required to be given at them, are described in more detail in paragraph 10 of Part 2 of the Scheme Circular. All Scheme Shareholders are entitled to attend the Court Hearing in person or to be represented by counsel to support or oppose the sanctioning of the Scheme. The Scheme (details of which are set out in Part 7 of the Scheme Circular) will become effective upon the sanctioning by the Court of the Scheme and the delivery to the Registrar of Companies of a copy of the Order which, subject to the Court's timetable, is expected to occur by the close of business on 23 April 2007. If the Scheme becomes effective, it will be binding on all Scheme Shareholders irrespective of whether or not they attended or voted in favour of the Scheme at the Court Meeting or in favour of the special resolution to be proposed at the EGM. Unless the Scheme becomes effective by no later than 30 June 2007, or such later date, if any, as COIL and Xtract may agree and the Court may allow, the Scheme will not become effective and the Scheme will not proceed. Words and expressions defined in the Scheme Circular shall bear the same meanings in this announcement. Enquiries in relation to Xtract please contact: Xtract Energy plc John Newton, CEO +44 (0) 20 7409 0890 Smith & Williamson Corporate David Jones +44 (0) 20 7131 4000 Finance Limited Azhic Basirov Enquiries in relation to COIL please contact: Cambrian Oil and Gas plc Neale Taylor, CEO +44 (0) 20 7409 0890 Paul McGroary, Director +44 (0) 79 3056 8160 W.H Ireland Limited Paul Dudley / James Joyce +44 (0) 20 7220 1666 About Xtract Energy Plc Xtract's prime assets are its interest in shale oil deposits at Julia Creek in Queensland, Australia and a joint venture with the Australian research group, CSIRO, to develop a process for extracting oil from shale deposits. The initial validation tests, comprising small scale batch extractions of oil from the shale, have demonstrated that recovery from Xtract's Julia Creek shales in Queensland, Australia, would be in the order of 150 litres of light crude oil per tonne of shale. Earlier conventional retorting experiments indicated that the conversion of kerogen to oil yielded about 74 litres of oil per ton of shale. Applying this rate of yield increase to the yields of 50 - 65 litres per tonne used in Xtract's AIM admission document in relation to certain of Xtract's Julia Creek leases results in estimated in-situ shale oil resources of over 1.6 billion barrels of oil. Other energy assets held by Xtract are: APPROXIMATELY 64% OF CAMBRIAN OIL AND GAS PLC ('COIL') WHICH IS DEVELOPING OIL and gas assets in the Kyrgyz Republic. COIL also owns approximately 22% of the issued share capital of ASX listed MEO. MEO is focused on developing a gas-to-liquids project in the Timor Sea, approximately 275 km northwest of Darwin, Australia, in an area known as Tassie Shoal. It has secured Australian Commonwealth Government environmental approvals for two large scale (1.8 mtpa) methanol plants (50% interest) and a 3 mtpa LNG plant (100%), which is the only new Australia LNG project to receive its Commonwealth Government environmental approvals. APPROXIMATELY 15% OF WASABI ENERGY LIMITED WHICH HAS RIGHTS TO THE KALLINA power technology, uranium exploration interests in the Northern Territory, Australia, interests in the newly-formed Evolution Energy joint venture to produce bio-diesel fuel in Australia and in a coal deposit in Canada. APPROXIMATELY 18.6% OF AVIVA CORPORATION LIMITED WITH PROMISING THERMAL COAL deposits in the mid-west of Western Australia. About Cambrian Oil & Gas Plc COIL has a portfolio of interests in Central Asia, China, the North Sea and Australia. The Kyrgyz interests held through the Company's wholly owned subsidiary Zhibek Resources Plc include a production sharing agreement with Kyrgyzneftegaz to instigate a water injection project on the Beshkent-Togap oil field, a 72% interest in JSC KNG Hyrdocarbons, which holds several exploration licences in the Tash Kumyr area and 100% interest in the Toktogul exploration licence. COIL also holds approximately 22% of MEO. MEO has successfully completed the acquisition of new 2D and 3D seismic data over Epenarra, located in MEO's 100% owned Exploration Permit NT/P68 in the Timor Sea. The Epenarra structure is a broad, low relief anticline with mapped closure of approximately 1,200 square kilometres, located entirely within Australian waters. The data has been acquired to confirm optimal well locations for the Heron-2 appraisal well and production test on the Epenarra structure and the Blackwood-1 exploration well. MEO intends drilling up to three wells (Heron-2, Blackwood-1 and potentially Heron-3) in the Permit area and has secured a new jack-up rig to undertake the drilling. The rig is expected to arrive on location in August 2007. COIL also holds approximately 33.5% of the issued capital of Elko. Elko, an oil and gas exploration company, has been awarded a 5,400 square kilometre exploration and production licence in the Danish North Sea Sector, which it holds with an 80% interest. The remaining 20% is held by the Danish State, which has a direct and full working interest. Phase I of the technical studies has been completed. Following further ongoing technical work it is planned to farm down Elko's interest during 2007 in exchange for future seismic and drilling obligations being paid for by a new partner. Elko also owns approximately 40% of Dragon Energy Inc., a private Canadian company with a significant development project in Gansu Province, China ('Dragon'). Dragon has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with a provincial subsidiary of CNPC of China, the 10th largest oil company worldwide, providing for the re-development of the Maling Oilfield in Gansu Province, China. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END MSCOKAKQPBKDOND More 16:00 Cambrian Oil & Gas - Scheme of arrangement RNS RNS Number:1424T Cambrian Oil & Gas PLC 16 March 2007 16th March 2007 AIM: COIL Cambrian Oil & Gas Plc ("COIL" or "the Company") Scheme circular posted Xtract Energy plc FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Further to the announcement on 12 February 2007 of the recommended proposal for the acquisition by Xtract Energy plc ("Xtract")of the entire issued share capital of Cambrian Oil & Gas plc ("COIL") (not already owned by Xtract) by means of a scheme of arrangement under section 425 of the Companies Act 1985 (" Scheme"), COIL is today posting the Scheme circular to COIL Shareholders ("Scheme Circular"). The Scheme Circular sets out notices convening the Court Meeting and the EGM for 12 April 2007 at which resolutions will be proposed to approve the Scheme. Full details of the Court Meeting and EGM and information on COIL and Xtract are set out in the Scheme Circular. Terms defined in this announcement have the same meanings as in the Scheme Circular unless the context requires otherwise. Under the terms of the Scheme, the COIL Shares not already held by Xtract will be transferred to Xtract and, upon the Scheme becoming effective, Scheme Shareholders will receive: 9 New Xtract Shares for every 10 Scheme Shares The Proposal values the entire issued share capital of COIL at approximately #14.85 million and each COIL Share at 4.725 pence based on the Closing Price of one Xtract Share of 5.25 pence on 9 February 2007, the last Dealing Day prior to the Announcement. Based on the Closing Price of one Xtract Share of 5.125 pence on 15 March 2007, the last Dealing Day prior to the posting of the Scheme Circular, the Proposal values each COIL Share at 4.6125 pence. The Proposal represents a premium of approximately 30.3 per cent. and 31.8 per cent. respectively to the Closing Prices of a COIL Share of 3.625 pence and 3.5 pence respectively on those dates. The New Xtract Shares will be issued credited as fully paid, on identical terms to and will rank pari passu with the existing issued Xtract Shares, including the right to receive and retain all dividends and other distributions declared, paid or made after the Scheme becomes effective. Completion of the Proposal will result in the issue of up to approximately 129 million New Xtract Shares, representing approximately 18.8 per cent. of the Enlarged Share Capital. Fractions of New Xtract Shares will not be allotted or issued to Scheme Shareholders pursuant to the Proposal. To become effective, the Scheme requires, amongst other things, (i) approval by the necessary majorities at theCourt Meeting of the Scheme Shareholders present and voting, either in person or by proxy; (ii) the passing of the special resolution set out in the notice of the EGM; (iii) satisfaction or waiver of the other conditions set out in Part 3 of the Scheme Circular; and (iv) the Court Sanction being obtained. The Court Meeting and the EGM, and the nature of the approvals required to be given at them, are described in more detail in paragraph 10 of Part 2 of the Scheme Circular. All Scheme Shareholders are entitled to attend the Court Hearing in person or to be represented by counsel to support or oppose the sanctioning of the Scheme. The Scheme (details of which are set out in Part 7 of the Scheme Circular) will become effective upon the sanctioning by the Court of the Scheme and the delivery to the Registrar of Companies of a copy of the Order which, subject to the Court's timetable, is expected to occur by the close of business on 23 April 2007. If the Scheme becomes effective, it will be binding on all Scheme Shareholders irrespective of whether or not they attended or voted in favour of the Scheme at the Court Meeting or in favour of the special resolution to be proposed at the EGM. Unless the Scheme becomes effective by no later than 30 June 2007, or such later date, if any, as COIL and Xtract may agree and the Court may allow, the Scheme will not become effective and the Scheme will not proceed. Words and expressions defined in the Scheme Circular shall bear the same meanings in this announcement. Enquiries in relation to Xtract please contact: Xtract Energy plc John Newton, CEO +44 (0) 20 7409 0890 Smith & Williamson Corporate David Jones +44 (0) 20 7131 4000 Finance Limited Azhic Basirov Enquiries in relation to COIL please contact: Cambrian Oil and Gas plc Neale Taylor, CEO +44 (0) 20 7409 0890 Paul McGroary, Director +44 (0) 79 3056 8160 W.H Ireland Limited Paul Dudley / James Joyce +44 (0) 20 7220 1666 About Xtract Energy Plc Xtract's prime assets are its interest in shale oil deposits at Julia Creek in Queensland, Australia and a joint venture with the Australian research group, CSIRO, to develop a process for extracting oil from shale deposits. The initial validation tests, comprising small scale batch extractions of oil from the shale, have demonstrated that recovery from Xtract's Julia Creek shales in Queensland, Australia, would be in the order of 150 litres of light crude oil per tonne of shale. Earlier conventional retorting experiments indicated that the conversion of kerogen to oil yielded about 74 litres of oil per ton of shale. Applying this rate of yield increase to the yields of 50 - 65 litres per tonne used in Xtract's AIM admission document in relation to certain of Xtract's Julia Creek leases results in estimated in-situ shale oil resources of over 1.6 billion barrels of oil. Other energy assets held by Xtract are: APPROXIMATELY 64% OF CAMBRIAN OIL AND GAS PLC ('COIL') WHICH IS DEVELOPING oil and gas assets in the Kyrgyz Republic. COIL also owns approximately 22% of the issued share capital of ASX listed MEO. MEO is focused on developing a gas-to-liquids project in the Timor Sea, approximately 275 km northwest of Darwin, Australia, in an area known as Tassie Shoal. It has secured Australian Commonwealth Government environmental approvals for two large scale (1.8 mtpa) methanol plants (50% interest) and a 3 mtpa LNG plant (100%), which is the only new Australia LNG project to receive its Commonwealth Government environmental approvals. APPROXIMATELY 15% OF WASABI ENERGY LIMITED WHICH HAS RIGHTS TO THE KALLINA power technology, uranium exploration interests in the Northern Territory, Australia, interests in the newly-formed Evolution Energy joint venture to produce bio-diesel fuel in Australia and in a coal deposit in Canada. APPROXIMATELY 18.6% OF AVIVA CORPORATION LIMITED WITH PROMISING THERMAL coal deposits in the mid-west of Western Australia. About Cambrian Oil & Gas Plc COIL has a portfolio of interests in Central Asia, China, the North Sea and Australia. The Kyrgyz interests held through the Company's wholly owned subsidiary Zhibek Resources Plc include a production sharing agreement with Kyrgyzneftegaz to instigate a water injection project on the Beshkent-Togap oil field, a 72% interest in JSC KNG Hyrdocarbons, which holds several exploration licences in the Tash Kumyr area and 100% interest in the Toktogul exploration licence. COIL also holds approximately 22% of MEO. MEO has successfully completed the acquisition of new 2D and 3D seismic data over Epenarra, located in MEO's 100% owned Exploration Permit NT/P68 in the Timor Sea. The Epenarra structure is a broad, low relief anticline with mapped closure of approximately 1,200 square kilometres, located entirely within Australian waters. The data has been acquired to confirm optimal well locations for the Heron-2 appraisal well and production test on the Epenarra structure and the Blackwood-1 exploration well. MEO intends drilling up to three wells (Heron-2, Blackwood-1 and potentially Heron-3) in the Permit area and has secured a new jack-up rig to undertake the drilling. The rig is expected to arrive on location in August 2007. COIL also holds approximately 33.5% of the issued capital of Elko. Elko, an oil and gas exploration company, has been awarded a 5,400 square kilometre exploration and production licence in the Danish North Sea Sector, which it holds with an 80% interest. The remaining 20% is held by the Danish State, which has a direct and full working interest. Phase I of the technical studies has been completed. Following further ongoing technical work it is planned to farm down Elko's interest during 2007 in exchange for future seismic and drilling obligations being paid for by a new partner. Elko also owns approximately 40% of Dragon Energy Inc., a private Canadian company with a significant development project in Gansu Province, China ('Dragon'). Dragon has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with a provincial subsidiary of CNPC of China, the 10th largest oil company worldwide, providing for the re-development of the Maling Oilfield in Gansu Province, China. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
12/2/2007
08:55
delphene: It concerns me that the COIL share price may have been surpressed over the past months so this action can take place, shareholders in Coil will end up with less shares and XTR will benefit by getting the 25% stake in MEO at a reduced price, am I right in thinking this ????
12/12/2006
13:06
rodspotty: chopsy - bar some late christmas shopping by one of the majors for MEO, I would say your assumption is most likely correct in fact in the short term a buying price of sub 3.5p is on the cards as one or two punters get fed up. DYOR In fact the support given by CBM/COIL to MEO to help maintain its 100% concession in the Timor Sea, may in the short term hinder the progress of the COIL share price, whereas if they left them to the mercy of the majors, the inevitable bid would have an immediate effect to the bottom line of COIL, for instance a $1 AU take out would add £32m to the coffers of COIL. Rodders
13/9/2006
12:54
andrbea: have xtract bought their shares in COIL yet (44 Million shares)? If not, won't their massive buys force up the share price (less float)? Purchase of investments by Xtract 01 September 2006 Xtract announces that it has agreed to acquire substantial shareholdings in Cambrian Oil & Gas plc ("COIL"), Wasabi Energy Limited ("Wasabi") and Aviva Corporation Limited ("Aviva") from Cambrian Mining plc ("Cambrian") and Cambrian's wholly owned subsidiaries Deepgreen Minerals Corporation Limited and Cambrian Investment Holdings Limited. The total consideration payable (which is based on the closing market values as at 30 August 2006 of the shares being acquired, all of which are quoted) for these investments is approximately £3.8 million which is being satisfied by the issue to the respective sellers of convertible unsecured loan notes totalling approximately £3.3 million (the "Loan Notes") and a payment of £450,000 in cash to Cambrian. Information on COIL COIL was formed in March 2004 and acquired its first oil and gas exploration and production assets in March 2005 when it was admitted to AIM; these are located in the Kyrgyz Republic. In July 2006, COIL agreed to invest up to £1.7 million in Methanol Australia Ltd., a gas-to-liquids business based in Australia which is quoted on the ASX market. As at 31 December 2005, COIL's net assets were £3.8 million and its loss before tax for the six months then ended was £0.3 million. COIL raised £1.5 million in a placing in July 2006 and its current market capitalisation is £4.7 million. Xtract is to acquire 44,630,769 ordinary shares in COIL (representing 28.2% of COIL's issued ordinary share capital) and warrants over an additional 22,844,994 ordinary shares (15,000,000 exercisable at 3p per share and 7,844,994 exercisable at 7p per share) for a total consideration of approximately £1.3 million (approximately £0.9 million in Loan Notes and £450,000 in cash).
08/9/2006
10:10
rodspotty: Take a look at the chart of our brother.....hmmmmmm and from a recent RNS... ..................................................................... This re-organisation will create a centralised energy group under Xtract Energy, whose management team can utilise their expertise to focus on the energy and technology side of the Cambrian portfolio Cambrian Mining's portfolio of energy projects combines prospective oil and gas assets with emerging technologies, both in the oil shale and renewable energy sectors. .................................................................... Will be interesting to see if any of the euphoria here rubs off on the COIL share price in the coming weeks. Rodders
10/3/2006
16:18
dogdays: salted I think the holding provider can on escrow. Lets hope this doesn't further upset the market with regard to the COIL share price.
03/11/2005
11:06
papillon: The Cambrian name is not associated with the kiss of death dogdays.......just look at the results for CBM. The company and its associates are doing very nicely!! Its the over enthusiastic shareholders, who pushed the CBM and COIL share prices far too high, far too quickly, who are doing badly........they are the kiss of death. They bought at over inflated prices, caused by their over eagerness, and are now blaming the company because the sp's have dropped to a more reasonable level.
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