Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lansdowne Oil LSE:LOGP London Ordinary Share GB00B1250X28 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +4.17% 1.25p 1.20p 1.30p 1.25p 1.20p 1.20p 887,897 08:07:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -16.1 -10.2 - 6.00

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27/9/2016
09:20
Lansdowne Oil Daily Update: Lansdowne Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOGP. The last closing price for Lansdowne Oil was 1.20p.
Lansdowne Oil has a 4 week average price of 1.18p and a 12 week average price of 1.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.05p.
There are currently 480,164,394 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 123,411 shares. The market capitalisation of Lansdowne Oil is £6,002,054.93.
16/8/2016
12:21
papillon: Since I sold my 15k of shares a few weeks ago for the proverbial packet of crisps (I got 1.25p a share) and lost over 50% of my initial investment I feel free to post again (whilst I was holding I posted I wouldn't post on here again until Barryroe was farmed out). A farm out of Barryroe? Will it happen in 2016? The share price says no. I hope it does happen sometime before LOGP runs out of cash, for the sake of long suffering, long term shareholders, but I'm not overly optimistic. But hey miracles can happen!
04/7/2016
21:16
richyggg: They were commentating when the share price was £5+ .... they always give a positive spin , never complain and are a strange cabal (of insiders).
04/7/2016
20:07
richyggg: What's wrong with those regulars on the PVR thread then ? Even though the share price has lost 98%, they remain ever optimistic. They seem to be permanently rose-tinted - company shills ?
13/7/2015
19:19
jam2day: (Close): Shares in London and other key European markets have risen on news that eurozone leaders have reached a deal on a third bailout for Greece. By the close, the FTSE 100 had gained 0.97%, or 64.57 points, to end at 6,737.95. France's CAC-40 closed up 1.94% at 4,998.10 while Germany's Dax ended up 1.49% at 11,484.38. The rises came after European Council President Donald Tusk said a bailout for Greece was "all ready to go". US stock markets also traded higher early in the session. Bank and financial shares surged, with Germany's Deutsche Bank shares closing up 3.3%, while the biggest winner on Frankfurt's main index was the stock exchange Deutsche Boerse up 4.38%. FTSE up 0.97% Banks and Financials shares surge They forgot to mention the massive effect it had on LOGP Share price - Day job what is one of those ?
14/1/2015
18:13
papillon: Couple of crude and rushed LOGP log charts for you SR. Lol. I'm posting 2 charts because there is more than one set of parallel trend lines that satisfy the historical share price data. Whatever trend is more accurate the fact is that over the last 2 years the LOGP share price has only been going in one direction; namely downwards. Of course good news and the share price direction could reverse and start to trend upwards. Will we get good news any time soon? I have no idea; unlike some on this bb I can't predict the future. I have no crystal ball! free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
17/12/2014
12:58
papillon: The share price doesn't lie. Look at the chart in the header. In January 2013 the LOGP share price was over 50p. Now it's under 7p. Only good news will push the LOGP share price into double figures again. Is that likely to happen anytime soon? I've no idea and neither does anyone else who posts on this bb, however the LOGP share price doesn't fill me with confidence we will hear good news anytime soon! I may know nothing, like the rest of the posters on this bb, but you can be certain that some know what is happening behind the scenes and that is being reflected in the current LOGP sp!
09/12/2014
10:34
simpletonremover: TrashedandScarred 'The share price rot continues ?' Let's compare the Logp price action and discuss the 'sp rot' in every stock that you've chosen to invest in. Logp is trading at the price it was in 2010. Now, let's consider your numerous choices of investment, the ones you desperately try to promote. Caza is trading at the price it was in 2010 (and 2012 and 2013). Rose is trading far below the price it was in 2010. Eme is trading at the price it was in 2010. Consequently, if you consider Logp to have failed miserably in it's share price performance for shareholders, then you also consider that EVERY investment choice you have made has also failed miserably (and worse) in their share price performances for shareholders. Synopsis: You are a perpetual failure at investing by your own admission.
24/11/2014
21:30
robbo24: Guys and gals; I ain,t no expert..... but, WHY, WHY, would anyone (cash) invest so much time and effort to de-ramp a tiny company like Landsdowne Oil and Gas, unless there was an ulterior motive !. He/She would appear to have a good knowledge of this industry, has already suggested zero financial interest in the prospects and yet continues to incessantly talk down the prospects off Ireland. This man/woman surely must be getting paid for his/her "work" to constantly deflate the many pi s here and dissuade any further investment which might lead to an slightly increased share price I,m sorry..ish, but I suspect this person DOES have an interest in a low LOGP share price! Robbo
04/10/2014
14:22
linksdean: http://www.shareprophets.advfn.com/views/8172/providence-resources-there-is-light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel-buy-at-131p-target-300p#sthash.Et10KcFQ.dpuf it’s time to shine a light on the Irish two bombed out stocks this weekend. In these uncertain times it’s safer looking at exceptionally undervalued companies with the oil price now at seasonal lows than at toppy ones beloved by the Bulletin Boards. I will start with Providence Resources (PVR). The company’s assets are split between the Atlantic Irish Sea and the Celtic Sea with the prized asset being an 80% interest in Barryroe, a prospect in 300 foot of water just 50 kilometres from the Whitegate Oil refinery. The Barryroe field has 356 million recoverable barrels of light oil one making it of the largest fields off the Irish / UK shores. So why is Providence’s share price at near all-time lows? This is largely bad luck. When the company went to farm out Barryroe on full development it was a year too late. The market for farm outs tanked due to the glut of projects around the globe, so the process now takes an average of more than two years. However this is discounted in the share price. If you check out slide 33 of the companies AGM presentation the graph clearly shows the 80% share price to NAV discount is the greatest in the sector. Now the good news. Rothschild’s is now dealing with the process of farm out and Tony O’ Reilly Jnr, the CEO, is helping not the other way round. The bankers fee is based on no deal no money. I have been a city investor for a long while and it’s unwise to underestimate Rothschild’s. At the AGM on 26 August 2014 Tony O Reilly claimed "that the farm out process was nearing completion". That in my view means that a deal will be done this year and that will drive a major rerating of the shares. I note that on the 5th June O’ Reilly stated that Barryroe would be one of the very few farm in deals done this year. So I expect news this quarter. It seems the goal posts have moved from treating Barryroe’s assets as 80% Providence and Lansdowne 20% into one license on a company level making it easier to farm out as a whole field. Included in this is an extension of the field which could increase the size of the prospect by 50%. The funding requirements seems to have changed from completing the entire development in one go to a phased plan with a couple of wells resulting in medium sized companies looking through the data room. The word on the street is that the negotiations are near to completion with two remaining counterparties at the table. Drilling is targeted for 2015 so completion should be soon. First oil is targeted for 2017/18 with $700 million phase 1 capex needed to get to commercial oil output levels of 30,000bopd initially building to 100,000 bopd in the next phases. Onto the balance sheet Providence has secured one year debt of $24m to fund operations including drilling Spanish Point. Most of the funds were unused at the recent interims and the debt carries a 10% coupon. I personally feel this was a far better deal than an equity issue. It shows that management are more capable than most thought and the US fund which provided the debt must have real faith that a farm in deal will be completes way before June 2015. We must remember the farm in deal will be along the lines of the Rockhopper (RKH) negotiations two years ago, all the back costs will be paid for giving Providence upfront cash and an exploration percentage plus development costs on no more than 40% to 50% of Phase 1. I would point out that Barryroe is commercial at sub $40 a barrel, so I am amazed at the bad luck that has befallen the company based on the low 40% corporate tax rate payable, one of the lowest in the oil world. Onto other assets. Spanish Point located in the Atlantic sea (36% interest) was flowed in 1981 at encouraging rates when the oil price was $10 a barrel. Cairn Energy has farmed with an appraisal well due in Q2 2015 seeking a large condensate element at 25% its fiscal regime is even lower than Barryroe. The resources is said to be100 mmboe recoverable and another 100 mmboe uplift potential based on drilling events. Exposure is capped to $20 million - not bad on this deeper appraisal well. Other assets include high risk exploration acreage including Porcupine - where oil shows have been found. There are too many prospects to go into detail and I feel they are mainly post 2015 and beyond. But one interesting project I would highlight is the Rathlin Basin in Northern Ireland where, at no cost to Providence, another company is drilling Ballinlea 2 onshore near the Providence assets. This should prove commercial based on oil found around the area in 2015 and indirectly prove a major catalyst for the Providence share price re-rating. Another project mooted to be drilling in 2015 is off the coast of Kish Basin Dublin where there is an estimated 250 mmboe recoverable. In Summary Providence is mainly about Barryroe at the moment with the fall back of Spanish Point low risk appraisal drilling in 2015 derisking the current share price. I think too much time is spent on moaning about O’Reilly Snr holding making the company more likely to be taken over in the short term and the actions of Jnr which prompts a love hate relationship from shareholders. It’s time to move forward to look into the next six months. Now is the best time to add as the company’s share price has already bottomed and is climbing slowly back with brokers all mentioning more than 700p as a target. My short term target is 300p.
27/5/2013
02:48
pharmabrown: Furthermore: 'If we assume that the [PVR] current share price reflects only Barryroe, the market is paying a value under $7 per barrel.' Some simple calculations:- PVR (64.478m shares in issue, closing share price 510p) market cap currently £328.8m. So if based only on Barryroe, LOGP with one quarter as much of Barryroe as PVR (20%/80%) should have a market cap of £328.8m/4 = £82.2m. However, LOGP (140.54m shares in issue, closing share price 37.75p) market cap is only £53m (at a discount of 35.5% to PVR wrt Barryroe valuation), valuing Barryroe oil at less than $4.5/barrel. For that figure to be $13/barrel the LOGP share price should be 109p. An LOGP share price of (37.75p x 82.2/53) 58.55p would put LOGP and PVR on the same discount.
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