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
  -0.50p -0.23% 221.50p 219.00p 224.00p 221.50p 214.50p 221.00p 252,838 15:44:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.8 -9.3 - 44.19

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19/11/2017
08:20
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 222p.
Jersey Oil&Gas has a 4 week average price of 201.50p and a 12 week average price of 30.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 399p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30.50p.
There are currently 19,950,786 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 270,975 shares. The market capitalisation of Jersey Oil&Gas is £44,190,990.99.
14/11/2017
11:54
mirabeau: Why Jersey Oil is still an 'extraordinary buying opportunity' By David Brenchley | Mon, 9th October 2017 - 13:42 Share this Why Jersey Oil is still an 'extraordinary buying opportunity' It's not every day a share multiplies fourfold in just one day, but AIM tiddler Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG) has joined this exclusive club with an incredible rally following the discovery of oil at its North Sea Verbier Sidetrack Well. Initial estimates from operator Statoil suggest the well, based in the outer Moray Firth, contains anywhere between 25 million and 130 million barrels of oil. Additionally, Jersey tells us, "this discovery provides valuable information to help better understand the prospectivity of the licence area", which also contains the Cortina prospect and Meribel lead. JOG has an 18% working interest in the license. Jenny Morris, vice president for UK exploration at Statoil, said the find shows sidetracking the well was "the right decision". "This discovery proves that there could be significant remaining potential in this mature basin," she added. Broker WH Ireland said the fact this is the only truly meaningful development for Jersey since initiating coverage in January, suggests "the market dynamics have created an extraordinary buying opportunity". It slapped a 441p target price on the stock. Investors took the hint and Jersey shares surged as much as 435% to over 300p. Jersey's still trading well below the record high reached in April after drilling of the well was announced. A setback occurred last month when the drill failed and JOG said it did not expect a sidetrack to be forthcoming and that the well would likely be plugged and abandoned. Alongside this, another of its interested prospects encountered no hydrocarbons and was abandoned. That had a "preponderantly negative effect on the share price", WH Ireland's Brendan Long points out with the stock initially plunging two-thirds to 75p from 220p the day before. Today's news supersedes that failure, in Long's view. It's a big turn of events for Jersey and, while many investors will still be nursing paper losses had they bought above £3, things are starting to look up. Now, it's "a strong-conviction buy" for Long. That's "due to an attractive valuation for buyers today combined with the company's positive value creation trajectory". His price target, which implies further upside of almost 50%, is based on the mid-point of the potential find, 77.5 million barrels of oil, which results in a 588p valuation. "However, to reflect the early stage of the analysis we have included only half of that value in our TP," explains Long. He further adds 141p for the Cortina prospects, "reflecting circa 15% of the best estimate success-case valuation based on our assumptions". Long hopes his estimates are conservative, meaning there could be plenty more gains to come. That said, it's bound to be a rocky road and he admits it will take time for the market to fully recognise the materiality of the discovery.
06/11/2017
12:50
stonefold: Rayrac, You have entered into an agreement to have sufficient cleared money in your bank/dealing account by a certain date so that it is available for the registrar/broker to be paid the full amount. If you have paid by cheque and there is not enough funds in your bank account (including authorised bank overdraft or bank loan). Then the cheque will bounce, the registrar will completely reject your application for the offer and your bank will charge you a fee for the bounced cheque. If you have applied via your broker you should either immediately sell sufficient shares to generate the required cash ( and hope the money settles in time ) or telephone your broker and apologise for your miscalculation and ask if the application can be withdrawn in full or the quantity of shares applied for reduced. Or if it is possible to forward sell (short sell) that quantity of shares that you have applied for in the offer. (There is risk with short selling if the quantity of shares granted to you in the offer is smaller than you expect (and you need to buy further shares in the market in order to close the short) and the share price rises) You broker may charge an admin fee for the hassle of you not honouring the offer agreement.
03/11/2017
15:55
doc robinson: Starting to move back to a realistic share price nearer 2.50 .
20/10/2017
14:47
neilhume1: [...] Jersey Oil & Gas and President Energy placings are ‘no brainers’ - expert Share 10:56 20 Oct 2017 Malcolm Graham Wood says Jersey Oil & Gas's move to raise £24mln is a 'very wise' move. oil and gas operations The books will close on the share placings later today The market has been presented with not one but two ‘no brainer’ investment opportunities on Friday, according to oil companies expert Malcom Graham Wood. Jersey Oil & Gas Plc (LON:JOG) and President Energy PLC (LON:PPC) both opened the books on separate equity funding efforts this morning, and the analyst strongly endorsed the placings via Twitter. Follow Malcolm Graham-Wood @mgrahamwood Two giveaways this morning, no brainers from JOG and PPC, the words fill and your boots come to mind...... 8:36 AM - Oct 20, 2017 · Guildford, England 4 4 Replies 1 1 Retweet 11 11 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy READ: Jersey Oil & Gas to raise £24mln in anticipation of new Verbier drilling In his daily blog, meanwhile, he said: “One of the worst kept secrets was that JOG was on the road and looking for money, mainly as it is so much of a no-brainer. “With a fantastic discovery at Verbier, and operator Statoil looking to appraise the 25-130m as well as a likely exploration well on the already de-risked Cortina prospect, a raise now is perfect timing.” Graham Wood noted that any delay in raising funds would have spooked the market, he described the proposed raise as “very wise indeed.” He added: “At 200p the offer is in my view so much of a giveaway that I wouldn’t be surprised to see an announcement very soon that it has been massively oversubscribed at this level. “Also it should be borne in mind that JOG is still looking for UKCS production opportunities and strengthening the balance sheet at this time is no bad idea. Longer term this will be viewed as a chance not to have missed.” The analyst reckons a target price should be pitched at ‘roughly’; five times the current share price.
20/10/2017
07:44
bones698: Nametrade the share price rose on nothing but a gamble not fundamentals and I still believe there is a huge risk that this field is not commercial . We will see . The ones putting in at those levels were gamblers not investors . Let's see how this goes but I have my doubts on this fields commerciality In this region . Let's not forget those same people were saying 1000p a share yet here it is at 200p, hardly good news .
12/10/2017
20:40
cyan: A reminder of the 18th September RNS with relevant extract; hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/jersey-oil-gas-JOG/share-news/Jersey-Oil-and-Gas-PLC-Update-re-Verbier-Well/75663779 "Taking into account JOG's carry position in relation to the P.2170 licence, it is currently expected that JOG's net cost liability for this sidetrack will be approximately GBP0.7m, which will be satisfied from the Company's existing cash reserves and forecast receipts. Drilling of the 20/05b-13Z sidetrack exploration well is expected to take between 25 to 35 days and a further announcement will be made in due course as appropriate." Has there ever been £700K so well spent? We must remember that we have to pay our way.
10/10/2017
11:25
bionicblabbermouth: Bet he can count and trade when you cannot though !!! Have you at the share price chart.
10/10/2017
10:10
cyan: This is the line from the RNS I most liked; "a minimum proven recoverable volume in the immediate vicinity of the wellbore of 25 million barrels of oil equivalent" That is a fantastic base number. I noted that PMG had a lift in their share price on the basis that our result apparently made it more likely their POLECAT and MARTEN fields would be developed they are sour and I believe similar size. This useful document highlights their relative smallness; hTTp://parkmeadgroup.com/uploaded/research/Charles_Stanley_Research_28th_Round_Results_21.11.20141.pdf "Due to Marten’s excellent reservoir properties, a development programme with a single injector well is expected to generate an above average recovery rate and a best-estimate ultimate expected recoverable oil resource of 6.7 million barrels of oil." 6.7 million TOTAL. Makes our discovery look huge. We shall have to see what appraisal drilling reveals but to start with an absolute minimum of 25 million recoverable is very good imo.
13/9/2017
06:36
baner: Ten and out. Free fall. If they could not land a single deal in the North Sea when the share price was 200p+ - why on Earth should they be capable of doing so with £2.5m in the bank and ongoing central cost eating this up rapidly? And why should they at all be able to add value from buying assets in a highly competetive market - where is their competetive edge, other than possibly the tax losses (that by no means are uniqe for the industry)? 10-20p seems to be an appropriate price level for the shares - but if they do not land a deal of some sort within 12-24 months, this will end up with administrators liquidating the company. And mr Malcy should be ashamed of himself having participated in this "pumping" exercise, that has cost investors serious money now.
12/5/2017
15:19
money maker1: jovi1 i do have a positive view on JOG. Considering JOG still has a very small market capitalisation if you look at the chart it seems obvious the share price will rapidly gap back up to the 800p to 1000p range. Obviously if Verbier comes up good this summer then you would be looking at a price more than 10x the current level so £30 or more. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/chrt/chrt_wrap.php?epic=LSE%3AJOG&name=&type=1&sprd=0&size=2&period=9&freq=1&date1_day=27&date1_month=10&date1_year=1986&date2_day=12&date2_month=05&;date2_year=2017&;ind_type1=0&ind1_1=&ind2_1=&;ind_type2=0&ind1_2=&ind2_2=&;ind_type3=0&ind1_3=&ind2_3=
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