Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Circle Oil LSE:COP London Ordinary Share IE00B034YN94 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 26.4 -81.6 -14.4 - 3.54

Circle Oil Share Discussion Threads

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20/1/2017
13:00
Can't find anything that gives any indication on what the deal is other than it is an "attractive price" for SDX. It would be a nice surprise if there is anything left over for COP shareholders. I expect it will all go to the lenders but who knows. We are totally in the dark, no announcement on the COP website but I guess they don't have to now it has de-listed?
playthebull
19/1/2017
13:47
Will current COP shareholders get equity from the proposed SDX deal?
jlyttle
11/1/2017
22:15
It's a total scam , and those on this board who continued to spin positive vibes about the new management need to say sorry to anyone who has lost money here.
jotoha2
11/1/2017
21:02
Looks like they are going to sell the lot to SDX energy for a knock down price. hxxp://ican.tddirectinvesting.co.uk/alliance-news/sdx-energy-mulls-buying-north-african-assets-from-circle-oil-11-01-2017/ Nearly a year of deliberation to sell it to a partner .. some thought went into that strategic review.
innsite
05/1/2017
10:00
Just received this "Important Information & Other Key Dates: Following the Suspension of the Company's Ordinary shares in June 2016, the Company has now cancelled the admission to trading of its Ordinary shares on AIM. The Cancellation became effective on 30th December 2016 and you should be aware that following the Cancellation of Listing, you are no longer able to sell or otherwise trade your Circle Oil shares on AIM." What now - is that the money pished away??? no chance of any recovery?
jlyttle
30/12/2016
11:01
Thanks for above information. We have to wait to see what future brings for COP. £32k down the drain for me. You win some and lose others. I was in good profit once.
n13518
30/12/2016
02:17
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/other/13080976.html
steelwatch
29/12/2016
22:17
...further complicated by being an Irish registered company no doubt!
steelwatch
29/12/2016
22:11
First experience for me assuming no last minute rescue: https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/article/owning-shares-in-a-delisted-company
steelwatch
29/12/2016
21:55
Let the Inland revenue know , you can set of the loss against profits made elsewhere , and then stay well clear of dodgy companies and very dodgy posters who have made out that this was a great company managed by honest Directors .
jotoha2
29/12/2016
20:32
What happens to shares now? Not that they were worth much.
n13518
28/12/2016
18:28
It seems that 'M&S' are waiting for AIM to chuck them out rather than face the shareholders. They are evasive with answers and have done nothing to improve the prospects of the company. They need to step down and let somebody step up to the plate this company could have a future but it seems not with this BOD's.
innsite
28/12/2016
18:24
Steel I agree in part but Mitch has not been totally honest with us. I recall his 'Jewel in the crown' Mahdia. No value according to the last report. That aside I have felt we were dead in the water but the recent fairy tale news gave me a little hope, but that has been dashed and have kissed my large investment goodbye ! Only saving grace for me is that my investment was in the main previous gains on other stocks. I think it's time to say goodbye. Conte partiro!
gerry hatrick
28/12/2016
17:45
jotoha - delisting looks inevitable, but all the blame must lie with the shower the current BoD replaced. Mitch and Susan inherited a hopeless shambles with difficult market conditions making things worse.
steelwatch
28/12/2016
17:40
So they have now been suspended for 6 months , exit into oblivion surely now the only outcome , what a bunch of wasters , and they call themselves Directors , do feel for the pi here, taken for a ride time and time again.
jotoha2
28/12/2016
14:12
Maybe somebody has a clear and concise answer from Circle Oil regarding "this" $12-$15m payment which would over the normal monthly receipts, I haven't do you Steelwatch ? Maybe its in process one can only Hope.
innsite
28/12/2016
13:39
Gerry - EOG simply re-reported the story which apparently first appeared in an Egyptian language publication. No truth in it, but doubters may email the company if they wish.
steelwatch
28/12/2016
13:16
No smoke without fire does not fit in with Circle oil narrative of no payments. Combined with a rising Oil price the BOD's are on a sticky wicket. Considering this company has little to lose apparently, is reluctant to share anything with the shareholders other than its last interim report with the write down of "all" assets including debt owed. This company revenue paid or not should be approaching ($50 bbl at 4000bbl / month) at least $3-4m with costs taken off. Something is amiss here.
innsite
28/12/2016
12:26
It's a little strange that this story is being shown as untrue coming on a respected web portal - assuming that the Egypt Gas & Oil Web Portal is deemed respected ? Are we not to believe any of their news stories ?
gerry hatrick
28/12/2016
10:15
Said payment is a fairy story so I am reliably informed. As you were :(
steelwatch
27/12/2016
18:25
HTTP://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/3/12/253860/-.aspx
olieslim
27/12/2016
18:21
Circle's trade and other receivables figure at 30 June was $12,548m, so I think the $12-15m must include payments to SDX, TransGlobe and maybe other small fry. Not very well worded in the EOG news letter, but sourced from an egyption language publication, so maybe a confused translation.
steelwatch
27/12/2016
17:33
If EGPC has paid 30%($12m to $15m)of debt owed to COP then around $28m to $35m will be paid sooner or later. I assume it is safe? I am confident loan will be covered.
n13518
27/12/2016
16:25
Rns tomorrow should confirm if your BOD are crooks or straight and true.
jotoha2
22/12/2016
11:13
Info coming out of COP has been bad at best of times and if they get de-listed from AIM on 28 December (6 months on from suspension)then it will be a dark out company. If COP had received a large wodge of money shouldn't they have issued an RNS on that and advising on the debt default position ?
gerry hatrick
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