Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northern Petroleum LSE:NOP London Ordinary Share GB00B0D47T64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.50p 3.25p 3.75p - - - 207,649.00 16:29:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.2 -7.9 -7.6 - 5.20

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10/12/201615:12Booze, Sheds and Footie, A Nu Dawn for NOP11,288.00
03/5/201607:36NOP to 200p and Beyond!!40,746.00
17/10/201520:53Booze, Sheds and Footie, No loonies allowed32.00
19/5/201508:06Northern Petroleum investment thread912.00
05/3/201507:08L2 - Observations, comments and screenshots1.00

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10/12/2016
08:20
Northern Petroleum Daily Update: Northern Petroleum is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NOP. The last closing price for Northern Petroleum was 3.50p.
Northern Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 3.40p and a 12 week average price of 3.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 148,545,351 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 84,872 shares. The market capitalisation of Northern Petroleum is £5,199,087.29.
25/5/2016
07:26
maxk: AGM, Kate wants to meet you. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/northern-petroleum-NOP/share-news/Northern-Petroleum-PLC-Annual-General-Meeting/71568094
11/5/2016
13:23
maxk: Cavendish Asset Management Ltd are now the proud owners of 22% http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/northern-petroleum-NOP/share-news/Northern-Petroleum-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/71437375 It must be something in the water.
16/3/2016
17:55
valhalla3: Sg remember granite is radioactive, what's happened to the chart above its showing 0 share price, has duster Derek entered the building. J=#
18/5/2015
07:00
bionicdog: Northern Petroleum closes the deal with Shell for a Po Valley exploration project NewsMay 18, 2015 By Stewart Dalby In March we wrote that the AIM quoted E & P Northern Petroleum appeared to have pulled off a coup by bagging Shell for a farm in for one of its Italian permits. We added at the time the caution that, of course, the deal was dependent on Italian approvals, which never seem to come quickly for Northern; or for that matter other foreign operators in Italy. Moreover, it is not the first time Northern has struck farm-out terms with Shell in Italy, which proved abortive. Recently, however, earlier in May, Northern announced that the deal had gone through. This brought some welcome news flow to a portfolio that in Italy had lain dormant for too long. It did no harm to the share price either. The shares in the company rose 11 per cent on day of the announcement to 6p. Unlike the previous deal with Shell, which concerned one of Northern’s permits off Sicily, a transaction that came to naught when the supergiant declined to drill an exploration well, this farm-out involves the onshore Cascina Alberto permit in the prolific Po Valley. Cascina Alberto was formally awarded to Northern last summer after many years of being stalled at the application stage. The involvement of Shell is telling: this was an ex-Eni project that attracted Enterprise Oil as farm-in partner in 2000 with Enterprise interested in the Gattinara prospect that it saw as a potential look-alike of the large Villafortuna-Trecate oilfield some 25 km to the southeast. Shell, of course, later bought up Enterprise Oil and will consequently have insight into the thinking behind the prospectivity of these lands. Northern has agreed to farm-out an 80 per cent stake in return for a useful US$850,000 cash payment and an exploration carry worth up to US$54 million. Shell will carry Northern through a seismic shoot up to US$4 million and an exploration well up to a cap of US$50 million. Shell will also retain a pre-emptive right over Northern’s remaining interest in the Cascina Alberto permit should there be corporate or asset deals – a sign of the times. Northern’s CEO Keith Bush hailed the deal, saying it “demonstrates the value inherent in Northern’s Italian asset portfolio”. Since the news shares the shares have come back to close at 4.75p last Friday. The climate for small cap oil and gas E&Ps is still poor, despite the recent oil price rise. But investors will now be hoping that this deal is followed by other farm-outs across the company’s sizeable portfolio in Italy. There is a lot of potential here – particularly in the Adriatic.
11/5/2015
08:37
sg31: It might be an all time low but with this company there's no guarantee it won't go lower. Why don't they do an incentive plan for shareholders rather than the management. It would be simple...just increase the share price by producing oil which they sell for as much as they can get, reduce expenses as much as possible, make a profit. The share price goes up. They could then get really wild and start paying dividends. If the management want to share in the largess they could buy shares at the market price. Who needs a remuneration advisor when you've got me?
01/4/2015
20:28
sg31: I wish they would let me ask him a few questions and then put it on the net. What was the share price when you took over? What is it now? How much have you been paid in that time? Have you received any bonuses/free shares? Why? How much better off are your shareholders. That should get it off on the right lines.
18/12/2014
11:55
sg31: I always wanted a girlfriend who was like the NOP share price.
20/3/2014
10:40
sg31: Share tips in newspapers are worth what you pay for them...not a lot. NOP share price was 32p when Midas tipped it. He should have waited.
02/1/2013
17:34
denimag: Off topic: Will nop share price ever get back to over a £1.?
14/12/2012
18:39
sg31: Cat's and robins are not an indicator of NOP share price performance. Never have been,never will. NOP share price however is an indicator of alcohol consumption in my house. If it goes down I drink more. I think that if the share price increases I might also drink more in celebration. This thesis however still remains to be proved. I've never seen a robin twittering an ad. Must have some novelty value at this time of year. Did you train it yourself? That must have been quite difficult.I've managed to train most of the birds round here to fly away if I throw a stone at them. It took a lot of practice but I can be very determined sometimes.
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