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Leyshon Energy LSE:LEN London Ordinary Share VGG5476A1049 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 7.82

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21/1/2015
07:43
trade75: PA owns 12.5% of company(31m shares) , so he is the one most concerned about share price I'm not worried at all. I think we'll get more money than the current share price anyhow. Cash is more than 4P and we have the asset too on top of that. DYOR
13/1/2015
10:31
sos100: rvsy38 13 Jan'15 - 09:03 - 2290 of 2299 0 0 A poster on the Soco International board has given the fall in the share price of various oil companies over the last 5 years : Premier 53%; Tullow 70 %; Salamander 75% ; Afren 60 %; Cairn 59% ; BG 30 %; BP 35 %; Bowleven 67% ; Northern Petroleum 92 %. At the end of 2009 Leyshon Resources share price was around 8.5p but in the last 5 years it peaked at 25p and was considerable higher than 8.5 p for long periods. Those complaining about the board should perhaps examine their own investment strategies. not sure why you defend the board so much.If the basin is so complex should have returned cash long ago.
13/1/2015
09:03
rvsy38: A poster on the Soco International board has given the fall in the share price of various oil companies over the last 5 years : Premier 53%; Tullow 70 %; Salamander 75% ; Afren 60 %; Cairn 59% ; BG 30 %; BP 35 %; Bowleven 67% ; Northern Petroleum 92 %. At the end of 2009 Leyshon Resources share price was around 8.5p but in the last 5 years it peaked at 25p and was considerable higher than 8.5 p for long periods. Those complaining about the board should perhaps examine their own investment strategies.
28/11/2014
08:24
trade75: I wonder if PA owns 12.5% of company(31m shares) , then he should be the one most concerned about share price I don't think he would do anything to harm the company! That's why I believe this thing will eventually come out good. worst case scenario we'll get our cash back which is more than current share price anyway. So don't know whats all the panic!! DYOR
25/11/2014
23:29
useless23: There is a reasonable probability that LRL's share price could overtake LEN when it comes out of suspension. Imagine that!
21/8/2014
13:58
rvsy38: Despite the tick up of the share price this week, while we wait for test results from ZJS 7 it has been very quiet on this board in terms of the number of posts and daily volumes of shares traded . It is now more than 2 months since the AGM when it was announced that the ZJS 7 testing programme had been agreed with the partner. I am actually encouraged by the lack of news as, although the plan is to test three zones,I think we would have heard by now if the flow tests had been disappointing. It is probable that LEN's Chinese partner CNPC (and maybe LEN's consultants RISC) will have to approve any press release which could delay any RNS. However primarily for the reason above I have a good feeling about ZJS 7 and if the tests are successful I believe the share price would rise very quickly.
11/7/2014
13:31
sos100: Q5. Since its first day of dealings in January the Leyshon Energy share price has ranged between 3p and 7p, what do you make of the market sentiment relating to Leyshon Energy and do you feel the current share price is a fair refection of where the company is at? We have stated that we believe that the current share price does not reflect the near term value of 15-17 pence per share and we are hoping that results from the current programme will allow investors to see this value realised. Q6. What can Leyshon Energy shareholders look forward to over the next 12 to 18 months? Lots of news flow! still confident of 15-17p soon. im holding on for these results
14/6/2014
22:19
oscar kilo: Thanks as well RVSY 38. The share price has slumped too far and putting in a floor with a small buy back makes sense. Seems like a positive vibe is emanating from the AGM, and that appears to be currently impacting the share price Adding the prospects of news flow near term may see the share price recover significantly over the next few weeks.
14/6/2014
19:16
rvsy38: The Millipede Like yourself I missed the AGM as I was on a flight back to London on Thursday. However I read the Chairman's statement and PAs presentation and yesterday evening I met up with a friend who had been at the meeting and who has a good understanding of O & G exploration. He filled me in on some points which arose during the presentation and the Q&A session which I believe are important. He said the atmosphere at the AGM was very good without any aggressive behaviour to PA which had been threatened beforehand by some posters. Also Tony Meggs came over as extremely confident and knowledgeable, not surprising given the position he enjoyed at BP as their top technical person below main board level. I understand that regardless of the results of the three tests to be done on ZJS7, well ZJS8 will be drilled. The location of ZJS8 is north of ZJS7 and has been sited very close to the acreage being appraised by CUCBM, where CNOC are a partner. ( Please refer to Ordos Basin and ZJS Block in PA presentation). Three wells drilled by CUCBM close to our acreage demonstrated very high flow rates. I understand that Leyshon have established good relations with their neighbour to the extent that there has been an interchange of technical information with Tony Meggs. The new board and particularly Tony needed time to digest the work to date but I am sure it was time well spent and I feel much more confident for the future. I understand that we are unlikely to get many technical details on the individual flow tests on ZJS7 as Leyshon are constrained by what PetroChina allows them to release and we may have to wait till all 3 flow tests are completed. There was some discussion on acquisitions and clearly there is nothing the company say about ongoing due diligence and other activities while they are in progress and there is little point in reporting when the company has been unsuccessful in bidding for an asset. I understand that the focus is currently on onshore rather that offshore opportunities. In your post you commented that the purpose of the buy back of shares is not to increase the share price in the short term. I believe its purpose is to prevent any further erosion of the share price caused mainly by small holders selling out in frustration or to put their money in "greener pastures". If the company soaks up these sales it should result in an increase in share price. I had thought that a 2% buy back won't achieve much but I forgot that the top 20 shareholders have 66% and the top 100 holders have 86% of the company. On that basis even a 2% buy back can have a significant effect on the share price. I hope that you find these comments of interest.
28/5/2014
11:15
socktrade1: "The purpose of the Performance Rights Plan is to attract and retain staff considered key to achieving the Company's corporate objectives. Eligible participants under the Performance Rights Plan include Directors and non-Executive Directors and Key Management Personnel. The Performance Rights Plan provides for the issuance of Performance Rights to the eligible participants which, if certain performance conditions as set by the Board are met, the Performance Right will vest and entitles the holder to be granted one ordinary share in the Company for each Performance Right vesting, for nil consideration. The performance conditions will be tailored to reflect both the overall performance of the Company, such as share price appreciation, as well as individual contributions by eligible participants. The Performance Rights will vest in two tranches based on share price appreciation as follows: • Tranche 1: 18 months from approval of Performance Rights Plan, 50% of the Performance Rights will vest if share price has exceeded a 150% increase in the share price over the share price at the time of the approval of the Performance Rights Plan. • Tranche 2: 36 months from approval of Performance Rights Plan, 50% of the Performance Rights will vest if share price has exceeded a 300% increase in the share price over the share price at the time of the approval of the Performance Rights Plan"
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