Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Magnolia Pet LSE:MAGP London Ordinary Share GB00B1G3RY22 ORD SHS 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +5.26% 0.10p 0.09p 0.11p 0.10p 0.095p 0.095p 5,245,090.00 16:14:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.4 -6.6 -0.7 - 1.75

Magnolia Pet Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/10/2016
06:46
A placing is announced (in addition to the placing in August) Expect another placing in early 2017.
sleveen
25/8/2016
10:11
You do realise that company making super gusher WOGER which cost them over $2m? in drilling and re drilling costs has been ABANDONED!!!! Guess how many barrels of oil they sold from it before it was ABANDONED!!? Its a number less than 1. Then ask, WHO got paid to buy/lease/drill/manage and then ABANDON? Go on take a stab at it. Who made a fortune out of this American garbage YOU ? or someone else ?
r g fletcher
11/8/2016
13:29
Publication of the 12 months accounts FY015 is running behind last year, when they were out at the end of May. Cashflow from operations was almost +£400k at H12015 but I'll expect that number to be neutral or negative by at the FYE2015. I can't imagine that number to be anything other than negative at H12016 but we'll wait and see.
ettienne1951
04/8/2016
08:55
Raising £250k gross before placing costs, not to mention the devaluation impact of Sterling - all to meet current drilling commitments. The half year accounts should make more interesting reading in September.
ettienne1951
04/8/2016
07:21
This is the killer, $3m due in March 2017: Non-current Bank borrowings (including 3,154,784 arrangement fee) As at 31 December 2015 the Group had a $6 million revolving credit facility with, subject to certain conditions being met, a maturity date of 7 March 2017 (originally 7 September 2016).
sleveen
04/8/2016
06:29
I tend to agree that in the absence of a hike in oil prices to about $100, this is looking dead in the water.As a former holder I'm disappointed to see this, though very glad I bailed out a couple of years ago.
failedqs
04/8/2016
06:19
TIMBERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.
r g fletcher
04/8/2016
06:18
Placing @ 0.1p. That's for drilling obligations, when's the placing to buy the new leases. Timber...
sleveen
22/7/2016
06:32
Still talking about buying oil lease FFS. MAGP = RIP.
sleveen
14/7/2016
07:37
Still beating the drum Fletch? I don't think anyone is left to listen. Judging from the share price everyone has already gone for the exit. If you are the last man, then please shut the door as you leave.
lord gnome
14/7/2016
04:42
NEXT OIL CRASH IMMINENT. " Inventories of gasoline and other refined products in the US rose strongly last week, weighing on prices today. It's the result of months of cheap crude prompting refiners to buy more crude and run at higher rates to turn it into products. Lipow Oil Associates sees the start of a "death spiral" as "product inventories are high, margins come under pressure, refiners reduce crude runs and therefore the crude-oil glut grows to the point where someone wants to discount" to unload it--inspiring refiners "to kick up their runs again." . "with the inventory bottlenecking having reached all the way to the gasoline level, in lieu of refiner buying, crude producers will be forced to start selling oil and dumping prices just to get marginal demand as both onshore and offshore storage is near capacity. Most likely this will happen in the next few weeks, when coupled with the near full Chinese SPR, the slump in Chinese oil demand, the elimination in Nigerian supply overhangs, the resumption of Libyan exports, it will send the price of oil tumbling, and incidentally replaying the summer of 2015 when crude crashed...
r g fletcher
13/7/2016
04:44
And the rest of 2016? Haynes and Boone put it this way in its E&P report: “Despite the modest recovery in energy prices, all indications suggest many more producer bankruptcy filings will occur during 2016
r g fletcher
13/7/2016
04:42
Only a matter of time until this minnow folds. WORST SHARE EVER LISTED ON AIM. So oil prices have surged from their low earlier this year, though they bounced off the apparent ceiling of just over $50 a barrel. Natural gas prices too have surged. Yet, four more E&P companies with $1.5 billion in combined debt filed for bankruptcy in June, according to Haynes and Boone’s Oil Patch Bankruptcy Monitor: Warren Resources ($486 million in total debt, including $180 million unsecured) Tauren Exploration ($23 million in debt) Maxus Energy ($295 million in debt, all unsecured) Triangle USA Petroleum ($692 million in total debt, including $382 million unsecured). This brought E&P bankruptcies tracked by Haynes and Boone in the US and Canada to 43 filings in the first half of 2016, involving $40 billion in debt – of which $30 billion is unsecured. In these bankruptcies, unsecured creditors end up pecking at the crumbs that fell off the table, if that, and even secured creditors can take a big haircut depending on how much the value of their collateral – mostly oil and gas in the ground and yet to be recovered – has plummeted. In some fields, the current price is too low to drill new wells profitably to recover the oil and gas. In these cases, the collateral value can get painfully close to zero.
r g fletcher
28/6/2016
09:59
It has to be said - that's a dreadful set of results.
failedqs
27/6/2016
22:47
American scammers funding their luxury lifestyles with UK MUG PUNTERS CASH
r g fletcher
27/6/2016
22:46
Maybe this will help............ REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR Emphasis of matter – going concern In forming our opinion on the Financial Statements, which is not modified, we have considered the adequacy of the disclosure made in note 2.3 to the Financial Statements concerning the Group and Company’s ability to continue as a going concern. The Group incurred a net loss of £9,793,276 during the year ended 31 December 2015 and, at that date, the Group’s had net current liabilities of $53,964. These conditions, along with the other matters explained in note 2.3 to the Financial Statements, indicate the existence of a material uncertainty which may cast significant doubt on the Group and Company’s ability to continue as a going concern. The Financial Statements do not include the adjustments that would result if the Group and Company were unable to continue as a going concern.
r g fletcher
27/6/2016
22:20
I should sell. Right!!
casablanca4
27/6/2016
22:01
I shall do my part and see that the regulators look at this shambles and take immediate action.
r g fletcher
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