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|FWIW...Both the Examiner and the Indo have a wee article about the relatively
successful outcome of the proceedings in the commercial court last week. All good
publicity I suppose, as Barry etc get a mention.|
|Emm...about 40% Jack, same as the settlement amount!|
|Is your glass still half full, FTJ?|
|No cash call on Brandon...This is a positive.|
|Uncertainty gone … some good news will soon lift the share price ... after cash call?????|
|Still playing catch up for time lost last week - so waiting for the pigeon to land
|If you are really going there TV. ..a report would be right handy! ATB|
|Just time for me to get there, lol.|
|We'll know soon enough, judgement at 2.00 pm.|
|Clearly be in Brandon's favour for the share price to drop even more before the judgment if it goes against PVR and LOGP require more funds.
Or am I just a cynic.
Lansdowne has also secured an option which can be exercised on one or more occasions over the next 12 months for Brandon Hill Capital, the placing agent, to find subscribers for new shares in the company to raise a further GBP500,000 - stating those shares would be issued at either 1.0 pence each or at a 10% discount to the company's closing mid-market share price, whichever is lower.|
|Thanks for pointing me in the direction of that report TV. A very thorough report indeed on the entire project. Don't know how I missed this one. Still looks like an investable project to me even though the timescales could do with improvement (and hopefully will improve)|
Have a look at the proactive inv 11 July report on LOGP to get an insight into Brandon Hill
Got to work even harder now
|Could do with a bit of luck coming down the track....don't work too hard!|
|Little downside for them ftj.
85 mil shares in total maybe cost them less than £1 mil (bit better than our average I suggest)
If 20%>10% after farmout eventually puts a market cap on LOGP of £50 mil then their £1 mil becomes £10 mil.
That’s the way to do it. Different league to us. But we’re still in the game, mate.
Back to work. Be Lucky
|Like yourself tv. ..await outcome in court with bated breath. In light of this,one wonders what to make of today's lansdowne RNS?|
|Transocean appeal judgement due any time. Hearing heard at the Commercial Court.
Went there once to observe a case involving Cadogan.
I wonder how long after the resolution of the Transocean matter it will be before we have the upshot of the Barryroe saga.
Mr Plunkett has to make this work – this is a big deal for PVR and his reputation. This is a discovery, should be an easy hit ... but didn’t pan out that way when the market turned.
Big upside for both companies. But be nice to see the end of the litigation. Anxious wait for uncertainty to end.
|I’ve seen the ghost of Lansdowne past, dare I think there is a better ghost of Lansdowne future – the bottom fishers have been out there for a few days|
|One for FTJ
Might be premature to get the drinks out
Barryroe re Malcy's blog
Providence is another company where shareholders are probably considering themselves fortunate to be owning something that has actual value after the recent shenanigans, in particular the Transocean court case. The darkest hour was just before the raise and now, 70m bucks better off and the bluest of blue chip share registers to boast of, the management are pursuing Druid which may be the company’s soothsayer next year. Today, in a long and detailed conference call the strategy was outlined, suffice it to say that when you don’t actually need the money the buyers are apparently queuing up to have a gander at Barryroe, and others in the data room and drilling costs are falling like stones. Tendering for the Druid work continues, as mentioned before the well will now cost around $35m plus another$15 if they go deeper and TOR said in his speech that this may have cost as much as $225m in the old days. The well is scheduled for June 2017 so there is no hurry but I get the feeling that ‘New Providence’ as it should be called will have plenty to say in the meantime…|
Mr Plunkett is a former chairman of Tullow Oil and in the last couple of years established — along with four other former Tullow executives — T5 Oil and Gas; an exploration investment firm with designs on being a publicly listed multibillion-dollar company.
So why don't T5 do an RTO of LOGP ? - that would tie a few loose ends up|
|751k (£10k) buy over the odds this morning. Interesting.|
|Fair comment Ceph.|
|Silence re. Barryroe on recent operational updates over at PVR implies something or nothing happening. Oil futures up again today, low cost of oil service supplies to continue, all makes me hopeful we can claw back a bit of value here. I think some kind of deal that includes a buyout of LOGP because they only went for a placing to cover admin cost for a year, and out of a huge placing, PVR set none of those funds aside for Barryroe as yet. Either that or its a free carry for LOGP. Cannot see PVR leave LOGP out in the cold by delaying deal making activity unneccssarily beyond their lifeline period. It is a wait and see.
I happen to think well of the BoD here, and Boldy has pulled surprise rabbits of activity out of hats in the recent past, e.g. Drilled Middleton and no-one suspected it.
His hands are somewhat tied with regard to what he can do, considering they do not hold the operator share. It's up to the critters at PVR|
|Anyone know if anything is happening with this company? Has Baldy even been seen of late?|
|Yes its been updated albeit it needs tidying up.