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Nu-Oil & Gas LSE:NUOG London Ordinary Share GB00B29T9605 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -2.33% 0.42p 0.40p 0.44p 0.43p 0.415p 0.43p 946,693.00 16:21:59
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Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.9 -2.9 - 2.64

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03/12/2016
08:20
Nu-Oil & Gas Daily Update: Nu-Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NUOG. The last closing price for Nu-Oil & Gas was 0.43p.
Nu-Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 0.53p and a 12 week average price of 0.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.92p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.06p.
There are currently 627,792,348 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,813,243 shares. The market capitalisation of Nu-Oil & Gas is £2,636,727.86.
30/11/2016
07:38
taxibabe: Easyareddy I took losses historically a number of times in NUOG. They were small losses trading 25000 shares lol. But I averaged down circa 008p and slightly higher in size going to 5 million now. I traded - 3 million sold at 0.54p and then bought back at 3 million 044p and now in and have added to reach that figure. Not going to sell these little gems. I dont like people mucking up the share price by buying and selling 50 mill shares they cant afford to keep. Glen is still a nice guy- but a wally nonetheless for sure.
28/11/2016
14:31
pj787: With oil on the up again Nuog releasing postive news could have maximum effect on the share price. I wish.
27/11/2016
12:06
guyswonga74: Nigel's email I also got a reply email from Nigel yesterday, interested in the point made until the placement the boards had forgone salary, I guess his response is similar to the other email replies. Whilst asking why the board do not have a holding or bought into the placing shares, Nigel wrote: – whilst it is true that none of the Board have bought shares recently, until our results for the year to 30 June are released we are in a close period and can’t buy or sell. In fact since I joined the Company in October 2015 there has never been a time when we were allowed to deal due to the commercially sensitive negotiations ongoing at various times. The real commitment of the Directors though can be seen by reading the remuneration report on page 19 of the last accounts (which are on our website but attached for your convenience), which notes that “Due to the financial position of the Company, Directors were not recompensed for the majority of their emoluments. They will be recompensed when the Company is able.” Thus the various comments on the LSE forum about excessive remuneration are ignoring the facts. The same situation has persisted until last month, so the reality is that the Directors have made significant personal sacrifices over a prolonged period right up to this month for the benefit of the Company. This part I do like when I asked about a reason for the price decline, however our nomad in my opinion should have Asked the board to make an announcement regarding the decline and that the board know of no reason for the fall (although we all know it is Alan and Beaumont still selling and a lot of panic sells) – I’m sure we are all familiar with the usual announcements issued when there’s a sudden rise or fall in a share price, these are required by AIM or the Nomad when there’s a material cause for concern. If we knew of a reason for the recent change in share price then we’d announce it, and if we are advised to make an announcement we will do so promptly.
27/11/2016
09:23
the patient investor: Nigel seems a decent man. He answered me on Sunday am!! Dario, Thanks for contacting me. As you’ll be aware, I’ve answered the same questions 3 times already yesterday, and your friends have posted my answers on the LSE bulletin board. I’m sorry you find my answers weak, but if you were a Director of an AIM listed company you’d understand what we can, should and cannot say – others have found what I say reassuring. I’m afraid I don’t understand the logic of your point about the timing of the announcement and placing – once the Aibel agreement was signed we were obliged to announce it as soon as possible, and did so. We could not have announced the placing at the same time as it was only after the market reacted to the announcement that it became possible to raise funds. You suggest that we could or should have raised funds before announcing the Aibel agreement, but the rules about price sensitive information mean that would be impossible. Whilst you are right that any placing causes dilution, these funds are needed to be able to implement the business plan so it was clearly in the interests of all investors to raise funds – the fact that, despite the slide in the last 10 days, the share price is still more than 5 times the level for most of August and September suggests that the market understands that too. Now that I’ve given you and your friends the fullest answers possible I don’t plan to make any further responses given the imminence of our results announcement. Regards, Nigel Burton Chief Executive Officer NU Oil and Gas plc 077 8523 4447 Nigel.Burton@NU-OilandGas.com From: P Sent: 26 November 2016 22:39 To: Nigel Burton Subject: NUOG's future Dear Mr Burton I am a share holder of your Company. I believe in your business model. The agreements with key operators in the industry published by you in the last months sound very promising. They are amongst the reasons why I invested in your company. However, discussing with other fellow shareholders we feel a great degree of disappointment and profound concern on how you are conducting your relationship with us and the market. There are various disappointing facts that are rather discouraging, if not worrying. First of all, we are not happy with a total lack of financial commitment by any of the directors. We would welcome an explanation of this. Your financial commitment will give you some credibility and us some reassurance. Not having invested your own money because you are in close period, ahead of results, is a ridiculous excuse. After 14 months you and the BOD should have developed some conviction about what you are doing, about the company your are leading, and the true potential of your projects. The fact you have not invested is worrying. Secondly, the share price’s decline seems unmotivated, considering that no official detrimental news have been published to trigger this decline. It is of great concern that you have not taken any action in giving the market an explanation for this decline. A simple statement of reassurance would have reduced this problem. It is very common practice in many companies. It was in your power and it would show that you care about your share holders. You failed to take this simple but potentially very beneficial action. Thirdly, they way you managed the publication of your placements, was badly timed, to use a euphemism. You published great news on the 5th of October which triggered a spike on the share price which encouraged many investors to buy and the day after you came up with your first placement/dilution news which destroyed the price. Not a very "elegant" move. You could have done it in a different way, very easily, by combining the two news. There was no honest logical reason for not doing it. There was no honest reason to use that sequence. There was no urgency to publish the news of the Aibel deal on the 5th. The two news together would have probably cancelled each other. Or, should you have reversed the order of publication it would have been even better. I am not even going to mention that you came up with yet another placement just a week later. Beyond belief. You showed total disrespect for the inevitable damage to your shareholders. I would welcome your feedback and, as we are disappointed about the endless delay of an update to the market of your activities, we would appreciate if you could rectify this situation soon. I am aware of your reply to one of our fellow shareholders. Quite a weak reply with very vague statements. Saying that there is no point in publishing minor updates is wrong when you know that share prices are hugely supported by reassurance of the market and by the general positive sentiment induced by a caring directorship. Especially, I am stating the obvious, when the price is in free fall. Again, you failed on this point too. You may say you have no official obligation to perform any of the actions listed above. You may be right. However, I believe you do have the obligation to work in the interest of your shareholders and doing what you failed to do would have proved that you do care about them. Thank you for your attention. Best wishes.
26/11/2016
22:39
the patient investor: I SENT THIS EMAIL A MINUTE AGO Dear Mr Burton I am a share holder of your Company. I believe in your business model. The agreements with key operators in the industry published by you in the last months sound very promising. They are amongst the reasons why I invested in your company. However, discussing with other fellow shareholders we feel a great degree of disappointment and profound concern on how you are conducting your relationship with us and the market. There are various disappointing facts that are rather discouraging, if not worrying. First of all, we are not happy with a total lack of financial commitment by any of the directors. We would welcome an explanation of this. Your financial commitment will give you some credibility and us some reassurance. Not having invested your own money because you are in close period, ahead of results, is a ridiculous excuse. After 14 months you and the BOD should have developed some conviction about what you are doing, about the company your are leading, and the true potential of your projects. The fact you have not invested is worrying. Secondly, the share price’s decline seems unmotivated, considering that no official detrimental news have been published to trigger this decline. It is of great concern that you have not taken any action in giving the market an explanation for this decline. A simple statement of reassurance would have reduced this problem. It is very common practice in many companies. It was in your power and it would show that you care about your share holders. You failed to take this simple but potentially very beneficial action. Thirdly, they way you managed the publication of your placements, was badly timed, to use a euphemism. You published great news on the 5th of October which triggered a spike on the share price which encouraged many investors to buy and the day after you came up with your first placement/dilution news which destroyed the price. Not a very "elegant" move. You could have done it in a different way, very easily, by combining the two news. There was no honest logical reason for not doing it. There was no honest reason to use that sequence. There was no urgency to publish the news of the Aibel deal on the 5th. The two news together would have probably cancelled each other. Or, should you have reversed the order of publication it would have been even better. I am not even going to mention that you came up with yet another placement just a week later. Beyond belief. You showed total disrespect for the inevitable damage to your shareholders. I would welcome your feedback and, as we are disappointed about the endless delay of an update to the market of your activities, we would appreciate if you could rectify this situation soon. I am aware of your reply to one of our fellow shareholders. Quite a weak reply with very vague statements. Saying that there is no point in publishing minor updates is wrong when you know that share prices are hugely supported by reassurance of the market and by the general positive sentiment induced by a caring directorship. Especially, I am stating the obvious, when the price is in free fall. Again, you failed on this point too. You may say you have no official obligation to perform any of the actions listed above. You may be right. However, I believe you do have the obligation to work in the interest of your shareholders and doing what you failed to do would have proved that you do care about them. Thank you for your attention. Best wishes.
24/11/2016
22:47
counting cards: lyates2010 That is a staggering amount! That comes in at around $10-11m and that is even if Oil is not found. Thats a good RNS. You are right think it will have a good impact in time on NUOG price.
22/11/2016
17:45
jamdan1: If he has sold out which by the recent share price action indicates he has. Then i think this is good news as at least now any buying pressure will reflect in an increase in the share price.
15/11/2016
08:12
broad: Posted on lse last night. RE: So Mon 22:35 What is short selling? Taken from the independance paper It is a way of profiting from a fall in a company's share price. Most stock market investors buy shares in the hope and expectation that their value will increase – "going long" in the jargon of the City – but it is also possible to make money when the opposite happens. Shorting means selling a share that you don't own in order to buy it back once it has fallen in price, netting a profit in the process. How can you sell something you don't own? In a conventional short sale, the investor – usually a hedge fund or large investment bank – takes the view that shares in a particular company are set for a fall. The investor then borrows the shares from someone who does own them – most often a large pension fund or insurance company – and sells them in the market. Once the shares have fallen in value, the investor buys them back at the lower price and returns them to the lender. If all goes according to plan, the investor is paying less to buy back the shares than it received for selling them. There are some costs involved, notably that the lender charges a fee for loaning out its shares, but in an ideal world the shorter still makes a tidy profit. There's a variation on this theme, known as "naked short selling" – a form of shorting where the investor doesn't even bother to borrow the shares it is betting against. This is possible because share deals are often not settled immediately. The seller promises to deliver the stock after a short delay – say three days. If a short seller buys the stock back before it has to make good on the original delivery, no shares need actually change hands.
14/11/2016
13:26
oilman8: been a good run here, but COPL much better bet now, likely to double when spud is announced, free carry on 2+ wells financed by no other than Exxon to the tune of $120million---they have already thrown $130million at what could be the biggest resource discovery on AIM this year 10:39 11 Nov 2016 Shore Capital estimates the risked net asset value for COPL to be 21p – more than double the current share price. COPL could be worth double, says Shore Capital The company confirmed today a potentially game-changing well off the coast of Liberia will start drilling by the end of the year. A City broker has repeated its bullish valuation of Canadian Overseas Petroleum (LON:COPL, CVE:COPL) in the wake of an update from the explorer. Shore Capital estimates the risked net asset value for COPL to be 21p – more than double the current share price. It was reassured by the company’s update earlier Friday in which it confirmed a potentially game-changing well off the coast of Liberia will start drilling by the end of the year. Mesurado-1 is being sunk by the giant Exxon, which is majority owner of Block LB-13, with Canadian Overseas holding a fully-carried 17%. “[It] is a high-impact well and, given the strong subsurface understanding and presence of a lucrative multi-well carry, we believe that the risks lie firmly on the upside for COPL,” Shore said in a note to clients. The company’s quarterly update showed the company was sitting on $3.7mln of cash. COPL is not just about Liberia. It teamed up with a local company called Shoreline to acquire control of licence in the Niger Delta that provides it access to near-term production.
23/10/2016
16:00
merrington_chase: Speaking of 88's..... could we ever see NUOG follow the share price storm of 88 energy? It wasn't that long ago they were trading at similar levels to NUOG. Would be nice 👍
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