Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jersey Oil&Gas LSE:JOG London Ordinary Share GB00BYN5YK77 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -0.70% 213.50p 212.00p 215.00p 215.00p 211.00p 215.00p 36,983.00 16:29:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 4.1 -1.4 -29.2 - 21.17

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Jersey Oil&Gas Daily Update: Jersey Oil&Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JOG. The last closing price for Jersey Oil&Gas was 215p.
Jersey Oil&Gas has a 4 week average price of 232.23p and a 12 week average price of 180.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 269p while the 1 year low share price is currently 13.13p.
There are currently 9,916,478 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 39,911 shares. The market capitalisation of Jersey Oil&Gas is £21,171,680.53.
baner: market cap is now nearer to £25m. there is a 25-ish % probability the Verbier share could be worth considerably more than this - subject to the oil price holding up etc. on the other hand, there is a 75-ish% probability the company will be worth absolutely nada in say six months time. hardly a fantastic risk/reward after this phenomenal surge in the share price - Gillenhammar was the first one to see this upside and he is now obviously of the view it is time to harvest given this up/downside situation. any views?
ethics_gradient: WITJ - ITT (Invitation To Tender) process allows vendors around 30 days to submit tenders. Then the Company may take around 30 -60 days to evaluate the tenders allowing time for clarification meetings, discussions etc before awarding the contract. Given that it has been stated that the well will be drilled in the summer, I would guess maybe April /May before we hear anything concrete, unless the ITT process is already well underway. Just my best guestimate. Drilling the well in summer does of course make sense as it take advantage of the better weather which saves time during the spudding process. Good news is that rig rates are rock bottom at present so Statoil should be able to source a quality rig at a low price, not that it particularly matters to JOG as they have $25M free carry which should be enough unless they encounter the "well from hell". Surprised by the lack of activity here on this BB, which suggests not a lot of people are aware of this Company and could lead to significant upside to come when the herd arrives given the lack of liquidity. Could be an exciting ride both on the up and downside. The risked figures are interesting but do not account for development and lifting costs of Verbier. Lets say e.g. it will cost $20/barrel to extract the oil, this would have to be deducted from both the risked and unrisked figures, but obviously still a massive potential upside from current share price. The only concern I have is the potential for this Company to look at a discounted R.I. where P.I.s get screwed and institutions make a quick profit. It would make sense to them for two reasons, (1)Obvious they will need the cash and (2)It helps liquidity of the share. Anyway I am in for the ride with a substantial chunk of my IAE profits. Good luck to all, no advice intended and DYOR of course EG P.S. Isn't it time for a new thread? Don't think TRAP is relevant anymore.
whiskeyinthejar: Verbier numbers are listed here at slide 12 of their corporate presentation. Http:// Fun to play with the numbers? Jog say then that in Verbier they are targeting 117 million barrels. Chance of success is 26%. So RISKED resources =30.5 m barrels. Jog say value per barrel is $14.30. So total risked value of the field is: £14.30x 30.5=£436m Jog share of Verbier is 18% of that, so: £436m x 0.18= £78million There's about 9 million shares 78m/9m=8.7 So risked value per share of Verbier is about 9 quid, as the slide says. So: The 26% risk factor has already been applied to get the 9 quid Nav number. Unrisked, however, if Verbier delivers, value per share will then be 4 times as much. ie 4x9= 36 quid a share. But slide 12 says this is based on $50 oil to give the value of £14.30 per barrel. This seems pessimistic to me. Long term oil price should hit $55-60 imo. At $55 oil price, would imply (£14.30+£;5) £19.30 per barrel value then. Risked: £19.30x 30.5=£588m 18% is jog share:£106m Risked value per share at $55: £11.77 Similarly, £60 oil implies a risked value of £15 per share. Unrisked £60 per share. Lol.
rogerlin: Trap was 40 pence originally but fell to a few pence before the 100:1 consolidation and the conversion into JOG in July 2015. At that time JOG did a placing (in the new shares) at 22 pence and so the current shares really started from there.
rafieh: Hi guys, Just joined in today with a small position. Could someone please tell me if the 5-year chart has been adjusted to reflect the share consolidation? According to ADVFN long term graph, the share price has been as high as £40 in 2011.(20 times more than what it is today.) The market cap today is around £20m. Was it around £400 in the year 2011? Answers highly appreciated.
mesquida: In that event I cannot imagine which song wisecat will be singing ! Possibly "Pennies From Heaven" ?
mesquida: If we get early confirmation of the rig hire,and a potential drilling date, then the share price should certainly soon start with a 2. But with a production deal at an advantageous price, financed without too much equity dilution, then that 2 should surely be a 3 ! In that event I cannot imagine which song wisecat will be singing !
impvesta: Considering Peter Gyllenhammar has unloaded so many shares, over the past few weeks, the share price strength is astonishing.
gersemi: wc2 That is exactly what I was thinking which may explain the meteoric rise in the share price, or not as the case may be
bam bam rubble: A risky casino bet on the oil price to take on loss-making North Sea assets 50% down since the Jersey deal. This team's background is less than stellar as their last listed company Longreach Oil (now Petromaroc) delivered -99.9%
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