Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
New World Oil LSE:NEW London Ordinary Share JE00B65FK239 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.06p 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 0.0 -2.9 -0.1 - 2.85

New World Oil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/11/2016
07:14
Why incorporate in Jersey? Why did they not transfer jurisdiction when Board changed?
r ball
27/11/2016
10:43
R Ball, They managed an AIM listed company!
andy
26/11/2016
14:59
It's doesn't. New should be the subject of. PhD thesis. Now why did the directors get cash bonuses?
r ball
26/11/2016
10:49
tur43, How do you think that will benefit NEW?
andy
26/11/2016
10:24
Here's an interesting interview about what's next for the oil price - this analyst is basically predicting a $40 to $50 price for the foreseeable future https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSelbHUB6GQnVhXNM3o-Mc6fnoxdQTCC
tur43
12/11/2016
17:51
Zero value probably.
johndee
12/11/2016
17:29
Again, as previously announced, the Company's shares are due to be cancelled from trading on AIM with effect from 10 November 2016, being the date six months from suspension of trading, in accordance with the AIM Rules. The Company has been actively investigating the issue referred to above, however, no conclusion has yet been reached. Furthermore, it would not be appropriate to go into further detail, at this stage, as this may negatively impact any resolution which would not be in the interests of shareholders. The Company has also sought to appoint a Nominated Adviser as required by the AIM Rules and to see if there was any possibility of retaining the Company's listing, however, this has not proved to be possible. The Company's shares are therefore expected to be cancelled from trading on AIM with effect from 10 November 2016. Notwithstanding the fact that the Company will no longer be listed, going forward, the Board will be focused on both creating value within the Company and returning this value to shareholders. The Company still holds assets in the form of cash and an investment comprising a loan to Big Sofa Limited. Various options are being considered with regard to this loan and the transaction costs incurred to date which could ultimately be beneficial to the Company. Furthermore, as an unlisted company there is greater scope to reduce costs in order to conserve value. The Board plans, in due course, to provide more details of the possible strategic direction of the Company and to seek the approval of shareholders for such a plan.
stevedawn
10/11/2016
16:52
R Ball, - $2mill 'and the rest' I would imagine, plus all the other cronies clambering hand over fist for any spare dollars they could get their hands on one way or another.. paid ludicrous amounts of money to rip off investors right from the get-go. Good riddance New and any crooks that were still involved in it at the end..
snowman88
10/11/2016
09:22
R Ball, Sadly many if not most AIM listed companies are no more than lifestyle vehicles for directors and management. This one was pretty obvious from the start, at the first presentation we said it was rubbish, and would bever find any oil,and so it transpired. Many people made money here of course,and many others lost their shirts. When they announced the Kuwait 'deal' it just didn't sit right, my gut feeling was it was not real, and it wasn't!
andy
10/11/2016
07:16
The end. An object lesson to us all. There should be book about this company and how it has managed to legally spend so much money. Even suppliers took shares as payment (which they sold on the market). How much cash has Bill the old CEO stripped out. My guesstimate is over £2m.
r ball
09/11/2016
09:51
And if that wasn't enough.... hTTps://www.ft.com/content/33285dfa-9231-11e6-8df8-d3778b55a923
gheebee
07/11/2016
22:28
R Ball, All the red flags there!
andy
07/11/2016
22:04
Yup. I've never held any shares but it's been a fascinating journey and has had it all. The warnings signs were there from the very beginning. Can someone please remind me why an American and Canadians with a drilling prospect in Belize chose to register their company in Jersey and list on a U.K. exchange?
r ball
07/11/2016
20:45
Already trading has ceased.
johndee
07/11/2016
20:28
AndyThanking loyal shareholders is nonsense anyway. What happens if aShareholder is another company?Shares and emotions don't mix. Dispassionate is best.
r ball
07/11/2016
13:36
Hmm. Can you claim a CGT loss on AIM?
r ball
07/11/2016
13:10
I wrote this off a while ago, will use the loss to help with CGT on a couple of profit making shares. I don't suppose there is any chance of coming out with something is there??
johnmcd51
06/11/2016
19:37
R Ball, Yes they are the main points, what transpired later is inconsequential, the damage was done before that. How many people here remember the presentation at the geographical Society, Piccadilly? When Bill tried to put on a straight face and thanked the "loyal shareholders" at the end? Enough said.......
andy
06/11/2016
16:19
Have to say Daniel Levi seems to know a lot about drug dealing. Is he a former Policeman ?
handykart
06/11/2016
15:35
I thought the main reason for the delisting was that they failed to find any oil. Their are significant other reasons being - directors taking significant cash salaries, buying all the drilling rights through the recommendation of one (connected?) party, main director not disclosing alleged financial irregularity, getting involved with a Middle East company, lending money to directors and a middle eastern individual, not having personal guarantees on loans to Big Sofa.
r ball
06/11/2016
15:11
De listing is the best news for this.
johndee
04/11/2016
11:17
The responsibility for the loss of the AIM LISTING rest firmly and squarely on the shoulders of Turney the drug dealer and Bullivant the crackpot. Confirmed to me by the Company. FYI Great read guys... http://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2016/11/04/toxic-two-kill-new-new-world-oil-gas-lose-aim-listing/ Dan x
daniel levi bmd
04/11/2016
07:20
Not the greatest end to the listed saga.
patientcapital
24/10/2016
18:57
Nomad no longer acting and shares being delisted in November. This share is dead and buried . RIP.
higson1
24/10/2016
18:28
Mention of fraud begs the question of jurisdiction. jersey? England? Canada? Abu Dhabi? I wondered why the registered office was in jersey.
r ball
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