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Europa Oil & Gas LSE:EOG London Ordinary Share GB00B03CJS30 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -2.04% 6.00p 5.75p 6.25p 6.125p 5.875p 6.125p 606,899 16:27:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.6 -0.7 -0.2 - 18.08

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17/11/2017
08:20
Europa Oil & Gas Daily Update: Europa Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EOG. The last closing price for Europa Oil & Gas was 6.13p.
Europa Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 5.13p and a 12 week average price of 5.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.38p.
There are currently 301,388,379 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,418,417 shares. The market capitalisation of Europa Oil & Gas is £18,083,302.74.
30/10/2017
09:20
dunderheed: Jus ffs I keep on telling you it is not me to provide this list it is EOG? I have an idea of who I would use as a comparator but I have no idea whom EOG does - hence need to understand why there wasn't some form of recognition of share price under performance? It is all very well to continually look forward however sometimes a little better to look back and see what was said previously and what was actually delivered? re 6030 - I agree - but why wasn't this landed earlier with more pro-active mgt?! All imho of course.
26/10/2017
08:37
dunderheed: Jus I am sorry and I dont want to appear to crticise but you really really are missing the bloody point. you dont have to do any work you have to ask the question I have!! 1. Unfortunately, staff have to take pay cuts if their business model isn''t working or it collapses and they lose their jobs full stop. 2. where are they cutting salaries from in teh first place? If too high anyway and normalising - so what?! 3. So you think it is fine to pay cut then option reward later for merely doing their jobs - lol! 4. Farm out Ireland - yes good point but if this farm out does not add value to the share holders by increasing the share price in comparision to their peer group - what is the incentive to farm out on a good deal or just farm out at any deal - and you get 35% of your options for this - lol!! 5. 15% options for delivering on tehir jobs - how is this a pay cut then - based on the option price could even be a bonus!! 6. Share price above 10p for 30 calendar days - fine - but what was share price when these were issued? If significantly lower - I suuport this but feel the other 50% is merely for job delivery!! All imho.
26/10/2017
08:22
jusmasel99: Perhaps I could ask you DH to tell me which if any peer group companies management and head office staff took a 20% pay cut in return for having to invest in the company at 6.5p a share up to 10p a share? To be honest I think that answers your question with out me doing lots of work .. bearing in mind that it would be extremely difficult for Hugh to sell any of these on without the entire company being sold. Europa Oil & Gas (Holdings) plc, the AIM listed oil and gas exploration, development and production company focused on Europe, announces that it has today awarded a total of 3,560,000 options to buy Ordinary Shares of 1p each in the Company. The options are granted in recognition of the 20% salary cuts taken by the Board and office based staff while oil prices have been depressed. Together with the 11,885,000 options outstanding prior to this award the total of 15,445,000 represents 6.3% of the current issued share capital. Options Awarded Hugh Mackay 1,600,000 Phil Greenhalgh 1,200,000 Roderick Corrie 150,000 Other staff 610,000 Total 3,560,000 All of the options have an exercise price of 6.5p (a 73% premium to the current share price) and are exercisable after 12 months, with a 10 year life. The options awarded to Mr Corrie only vest if the share price is above 10p for a continuous period of 30 calendar days. The options awarded to Mr Mackay & Mr Greenhalgh vest as follows: 50% if the share price is above 10p for a continuous period of 30 calendar days 35% on successful farm-out of the Company’s Irish acreage 15% on successful start-up of Wressle production
26/10/2017
07:33
dunderheed: Jus - serious question can you go back to your 'pals' over at eog and ask for the peer group comparator for relative share price pfmce, that they will use (at least in part - and the percentage of this would be good as well) for the long term incentive schemes as I cannot see how this part of their respective incentive schemes will be released based upon recent - mid term share price pfmce. You keep on talking about cheap G&A - well let's see some of the 'other' potential costs that are not as 'openly' shared? All imho of course!
07/9/2017
19:04
dunderheed: Absolutely it is starting to look a bit exciting! Here's hoping for positive reaction for eog share price? Or could this be rayracs fabled positive news as well?
21/8/2017
18:24
dunderheed: Exactly Curry. Not a great deal anyway really?! When this is the kind of stuff delivered why does everyone think a humdinger is going to get delivered or just around the corner. I'm most disappointed with eog share price performance compared to peer group to date.
14/7/2017
13:22
guesswhosback: Edgein. I am beginning to think that the delay on Wressle has done me a favor! How crazy is that. I even told my son to buy a few and he missed the Wressle rise. Now hes sitting pretty at these prices. So much company changing news to follow here now. It seems quite strange waiting on 3 - 4 different stories as they unfold. Each with the potential to have a dramatic affect on EOG share price.
07/6/2017
08:29
dunderheed: Ok Ed I think we are both aligned. At the end of the I wouldn't put too much on eog share price with eragrd to this - it is the results that matter then we should see some form of re think on eog enterprise value. I say again if the drill ready prospects re Kosmos were really so good then why didbn't Cairn take this up at the time? all imho! Not wanting to become the ngms of this thread but....
07/6/2017
08:22
edgein: Dunderheed "US$ 20.250 million (US$ 16.2 million to Providence) - payable within 10 business days of June 6, 2017" A significant pre-drill payment not significant on one licence? Really. Now think if EOG got a fraction of that deal what it would do to the cap here! Total have to make those two payments to earn the option. Yes they can walk before the second small payment. Now consider that this tiny capped company is sitting on around 5000km sq of AM licences and Total has thrown $27m at a pre-drill well option to earn 35%, a pittance to them, material to PVR and potentially company making to EOG if they get a deal anywhere close to that. It'll be more like 80% wi on offer here rather than 35%. Do I think there would be a better reaction to this deal on the EOG share price? The market is largely stupid, reacts inappropriately to most news until the herd arrives (PREM announcing $4bn of lithium and the share price not budging is just one example). Most people won't know or understand the significance of this deal for EOG and the AM assets, most won't care as its not directly EOG involved. But it will be EOG's time in due course. We've processed seismic on the Kosmos licences so some are good to go, however Hugh may be playing hardball or waiting to see the result of Druid before signing off. Total/PVR deal shows big money looking in early, always a +ve to a small cap like this. PVR deal is superb for PVR/Sosina and their immediate cash balance. Regards, Ed.
07/6/2017
08:03
dunderheed: FFS, this is a 'superb' deal for Total / Cairn lol! They get to back pay upon results of a well and can walk if they dont like results? How is that a good deal for pvr? It just provides comfort with regard to short term financing IF Druid is a discovery. If not then what? All imho. Also to be clear am an EOG holder but if this was such a 'smashing' deal for PVR dont you think there may be a slightly better reaction for EOG share price considering proximity to these licences?!
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