Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cluff Natural LSE:CLNR London Ordinary Share GB00B6SYKF01 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -1.98% 2.475p 2.45p 2.50p 2.525p 2.475p 2.525p 789,670.00 15:17:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.9 -1.0 - 8.15

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Cluff Natural Daily Update: Cluff Natural is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLNR. The last closing price for Cluff Natural was 2.53p.
Cluff Natural has a 4 week average price of 2.65p and a 12 week average price of 3.87p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.68p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.95p.
There are currently 329,393,532 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,085,027 shares. The market capitalisation of Cluff Natural is £8,152,489.92.
therealdeal5: Graham Malcolm Wood said every TCF is worth £1.00 to a share price, that's where I got the info from, don't shoot the messenger, Here is some good news after discovering the gas field over 40 years ago, Chevron is now ready to take it on as it is now viable! Bring on our partner!
clickon: ANLEY Hopefully the advantage of institutional and directorial ownership is that it has the chance of more market stability for the share price as it rises?
therealdeal5: Yes but it has been working for sound energy! Twitter etc seems to be pumping the share price, how the company can get away with that is beyond me, but we have dinosaurs running this company, not saying that's a bad thing, just it would be helpful if they used modern technology to help a share price, let's face it, companies on AIM need all the help they can get!
clickon: Hello AnleyThank you, good you're here still too. I'm not sure about the drill cost, save to say that Halliburton have been working at cost. Obviously ideal if we didn't have to split too much of the profit with a major. I think that if the test drill results support the initial assessments then funding without a major is possible without losing too much value for investors. In the interim the Government mindful of energy security now the UK is going through the process of Brexit may if we're lucky improve the exploration tax regime as Mr Cluff wanted.Without any immediate announcements I'd have expected the share price to be as it is. Market makers are always looking for the two way trade, balancing their positions. It has often been said that the money only comes along nearer to fruition with energy stocks. I don't think this will all resolve as quickly as some people might hope but I value steady progress to get the real dividend.
cpap man: This imho is just the start of a serious share price re-rating at CLNR!
therealdeal5: Well I compare this to Sound energy, they have double the shares we do in issue, they have approx the same amount of oil in place, but they have only 25% to our 50%, I know we need funds, but surely to give away 20% would cover everything, so 20% to Hallibyurton for a free carry would suit me fine,that would give us 5% more than sound hold, so working on Mkt Cap, we should have double the share price that sound have right now, it's all about Mkt Cap not share price,
anley: Weve have been there many moons ago but Mr Cluff will no doubt have it on a possibility list..................... What CLNR has to do before the end of this month is give us an up to date report on what he has got "underground offshore" and what he will or hpes to do over the coming months. As a recent post mentioned the value of this could be millions but it has to come out of the sea bed so at what cost resulting in what profit???? I am not surprised that the share price has responded well this last few weeks. He tempted his friends in the City in....2 brokers did the last placing and to date no one has registed more than 3% except what is shown on the company website. The recent punters have now doubled their capital and I have passed my 2.5p price forecast. If all goes well then 5p could be in reach valuing the business at £ that the right price as some punters will want more!!
therealdeal5: So I have done some research on sound energy and what they think they have, they actually do not give a figure on how much gas is beneath them, I find that very strange that the share price has risen on no figures on CPR, they say the CPR should show multiple TCf, well that's just speculation as far as I'm concerned, I think that could be a red herring, this is from Sound energy's website, anyone got a take on it? The licence already has 4,400 kilometres of 2D seismic and 500 square kilometres of 3D seismic.Preliminary internal estimates of existing discovery volumes suggest significant volumes in place with potential recoverable resources of multiple Tcf across multiple prospects / leads. CLNR will have the CPR confirming how much gas is under us this month, this should rocket if Sound Energy is anything to go by, good luck to all.
cpap man: "The Options may vest in two equal tranches over two years, subject to meeting certain share price performance criteria and are exercisable, to the extent vested, until 10 years from the date of grant. The first tranche of 50% of the Options may vest after one year, subject to the Company's share price increasing by at least 50% over the exercise price and remaining at or above that level for at least 30 consecutive days. All of the share options may vest after two years, subject to the Company's share price increasing by at least 100% over the exercise price and remaining at or above above that level for at least 30 consecutive days."
anley: The article - thanks for the post - says nothing of any value for the shareholders of CLNR. OK so CLNR pays a £1 for exactly what? AND its only Heads of Terms that have been agreed so far so will the final terms be subject to a circular or what and sent to all shareholders for comment??? How does CLNR make money from this £1 note ( and was it actually paid)......I remember the 1970's banking problems and a small secondry bank was sold for £1 and no one in the room had any change so someone was sent down to the doorman at the Bank of England to borrow the sum).............that is how I feel about this deal. Mr Cluff needs to explain what he is up to as he tries to rescue CLNR with cash draining away each month............another question that he needs to cover as I bet his 2 brokers are unable to help. Come on Cluff you have had 5 years to get the company off the ground and the share price has made neither of us a penny...............
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