Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rose Petrol. LSE:ROSE London Ordinary Share GB00B013M672 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.115p 0.11p 0.12p 0.115p 0.115p 0.115p 695,723.00 07:50:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 4.3 -9.9 -0.5 - 4.33

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09/12/2016
08:20
Rose Petrol. Daily Update: Rose Petrol. is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ROSE. The last closing price for Rose Petrol. was 0.12p.
Rose Petrol. has a 4 week average price of 0.12p and a 12 week average price of 0.14p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.47p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.07p.
There are currently 3,764,470,841 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,965,656 shares. The market capitalisation of Rose Petrol. is £4,329,141.47.
29/11/2016
12:40
judijudi: I cannot see why anybody who has witnessed the wholesale destruction in the share price, should vote for any more trough filling until this management can prove they are up to the job I believe they have absolutely everything to prove. FFS look at the share price. Wofull performance A big NO vote for me!! Only my opinion
07/6/2016
06:25
judijudi: Is that a net loss of over $9 million for 2015 following on from a $6 million loss the year before that I see? Share price short of 1/5th of one penny A superb performance Matty by any stretch of the imagination You must be a very proud CEO. What a leader!!!
03/5/2016
07:51
judijudi: Happy to see the share price rise and more than happy to be proven wrong in the long term about this lot in charge
21/4/2016
08:03
judijudi: ROSE, 1.45bn barrels of oil, more than enough - ROSE 1I1I1I - 12 Apr 2016 - 10:57:20 - 6048 of 6223 I'm only in at 0.14p and looking to hold for at least 1.00/1.50p. Good assets, no debt, good enough for me ROSE, 1.45bn barrels of oil, more than enough - ROSE 1I1I1I - 13 Apr 2016 - 16:36:39 - 6153 of 6224 Did you think so? I thought it showed anything worthwhile that would move the share price was a long way off. Decided to come out of this today with a 50% profit. Will probably come back at a later stage. Good luck to all holders, you won't see me coming back deramping.
13/4/2016
14:45
patio58: Oh dear - Stmnt re Share Price Movement Source: UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMROSE RNS Number : 1163V Rose Petroleum PLC 13 April 2016 13 April 2016 Rose Petroleum plc ("Rose" or the "Company") Comment re Share Price Movement Rose Petroleum plc, the AIM-listed (AIM: ROSE) natural resources company, notes the significant rise in its share price since Monday. The Company continues to investigate various opportunities across different sectors and geographies to provide additional projects alongside its existing hydrocarbon and metals activities and the funding of those, as well as reviewing its current asset base, but no negotiations have been concluded at this time. There can be no guarantee that any of these matters will proceed and further announcements will be made as necessary. The Company also notes the recent increase in crude oil prices, but otherwise is unaware of any reason for its recent share price movement. For further information, please contact: Matthew Idiens Rose Petroleum Tel: +44 (0) (CEO) plc
13/4/2016
12:52
buoycat: At the moment the news is the share price rise. And with a share price so depressed that's drawing in the buyers. Sentiment can turn on a sixpence.
04/3/2016
23:30
pottermagic2310: Anybody think Rose has been producing Gold at all since December ? Anybody think Rose has been finding decent Oil Reserves or producing Oil at all ? If both have been happening this past Quarter, then I recognise potential for the Share Price to double or treble on such News... and I hope this is the case. If there has been no productivity on either front, we are where we are and I'm unsure about taking a chance and averaging down enough to make a worthwhile difference should a complete turnaround surface out of the blue ?????
29/5/2015
14:17
bloodhound: Rose Petroleum For a long time now I have been receiving requests to follow Rose so I met up with CEO Matthew Idiens earlier this week to try and learn about the company. I certainly cannot be accused of starting coverage at the top, they have just raised money at the low, a senior director has just left and they have just drilled a duster with a high impact well. To be fair they needed the money, they had a disagreement with the individual and the well was a brave attempt at a high risk prospect which would have been a game changer. This is an initial look at Rose which looks an interesting project about which I will learn more in due course. Rose operates in Colorado and Utah, in the Paradox basin adjacent to Fidelity who have the Cone Creek field to the south-east, in the Uinta Basin targeting the Mancos shale formations and production from the Cisco Dome Project which targets conventional gas. Resource estimates from the former are 1.1bn barrels of oil and 2.19 TCF of gas and the latter 709m barrels of oil and 4.26 TCF of gas. The Cisco Dome Project provides production and infrastructure through the Williams pipeline, the company are now gaining drilling permits for 6 new wells in the field including the offset to 15-5, to be 15-5HZ. This will apparently lead to a 4 well drilling programme. Finally the company still has its mining operation in Mexico which has high-grade gold-silver production as well as exploration but I am assured needs no further investment, indeed it may throw off some cash. I shall watch Rose and comment more after the results which are due soon but there are undoubtedly attractions and some pitfalls to be aware of. I like the upside potential that may be provided from the impending Ryder Scott reserve report and the company would clearly like to see a move from prospective recoverable to contingent which would add to the valuation somewhat. The process of permitting and potential drilling is under way at Cisco Dome and the longer term but more exciting prospect at Paradox provides a good deal of appeal. The value uplift of any success on any of the company’s assets is substantial as the in-place infrastructure keeps the costs down and makes money even at oil prices below those currently being obtained locally. On the downside the recent raise of £3.1m will not keep the wolf from the door, after permitting the company say that each well will cost around $3m so there is an inevitable requirement for cash which can keep the lid on the share price until cleared up. Also, whilst not taking anything away from the long term potential, the market was clearly disturbed by recent management change, I have it on good authority that it had nothing to do with the failed attempt at the conventional which as I said the company had to try. Overall, provided funding does not become an issue, Rose offers the potential of access to a substantial resource base in proven basins with the opportunity to upgrade quickly should they be successful. News-flow should be in their favour over the medium to longer term and so it will be worth keeping Rose on the watch list at the very least. - See more at: http://www.malcysblog.com/#sthash.XeF6h3p7.dpuf
27/6/2014
12:35
humpo2: Nice write upfrom the III Newsletter Rose Petroleum's (ROSE) share price has been suffering from an overhang of stock following the conversion of a loan note into 80 million shares, its chief executive told Interactive Investor. Nearly £10 million has been lost from the company's market capitalisation, but Matt Idiens was confident that the stock would no longer be "held back" as the converted shares have nearly all been sold by Geiger Counter Limited and City Natural Resources High Yield Trust (CYN). "We have had a pretty good run ... obviously we had our very untimely convert of a convertible loan note, which as common sense will tell you; there is only one reason why you are going to convert it and that is to sell it. "I think that overhang, which has held us back from going even higher, is now nearly at an end, and then once that has gone, our stock will not be held back any more and we will be up and running," he added. Last week, Rose announced its intention to raise £6.5 million through an equity placing to fund the start of its operations in the Paradox and Uinta Basins of eastern Utah, US. This was given the go-ahead by its shareholders in the company's AGM on Friday and will be admitted to trading on 30 June. The cash will fund a 3D seismic survey for the Paradox Basin and testing a vertical shut-in well in the same area. The placing will also finance the drilling and completion of a horizontal Mancos well, be used to help pursue strategic acquisitions and will go towards general working capital purposes. However, Rose has a commitment to spend around £10.6 million on the two assets in the region. "The plan is to commence operations and create some value on that basis. We didn't want to raise all of it at this level because clearly it is very dilutive for our existing shareholders when we can spend a little bit of money and create a lot more value and either come back and raise more at a much higher price or we find an industry partner, of which many have approached us, so there may be no further equity dilution," Idiens said. No need to reinvent the wheel In the Utah acreage, the Paradox Basin lies to the east and the Mancos to the west. Rose has joined Fidelity Exploration & Production in the region, which has an acreage to the south of the Paradox Basin and is already producing. Learning from Fidelity's experience, Idiens believes 3D seismic is the "key". "Rather than invent the wheel, we will replicate what Fidelity have done very successfully, they have produced a million barrels from the basin last year...and they are ramping up to two rigs this year. We will replicate what they have done with regards to how they have targeted their targets and the processes they have used to get production going." When asked who will complete the drilling in Utah and whether they have experience in the area by an Interactive Investor discussion board user, Idiens said: "We know that Fidelity have clearly unlocked the code on the Paradox basin and our intention is to use the consultants that have been used by them. We know who they are and we are in contact with them. There is no point in us using some completely different who has never done it before." Rose is happy to proceed drilling in the Mancos Basin with 2D analysis as there are 400 wells in the area, which were all considered in the reserves report from Ryder Scott. While the company will use fracking to obtain the oil and gas from the Mancos Basin, the method will not work in the Paradox Basin as it is "highly over-pressured and highly natural fractured". "The Paradox Basin is deeper, it is about 9,500 feet, and it a multi-layer basin separated by salt, which is non-porous. So you have the classic situation where the shales [source rock for hydrocarbons] in a normal environment would seep out, go somewhere else into a conventional reservoir where it is stored. In this basin it has nowhere to go, so the shale has generated the oils and the gas then it is stored in the sandstone/siltstone and dolomite within these layers so it became very over-pressured because it couldn't go anywhere." Idiens is confident of the resource potential in the Paradox Basin as Fidelity has identified a further 10 layers to be developed this year, on-top of the Cane Creek unit which is where all its production has come from so far. On "conservative" numbers for a 30-year life-span of the project, the net present value with a 10% discount for both Basins totalled $2.4 billion (£1.4 billion), which is versus a £20 million market capitalisation. "Obviously we need to drill and prove that what we think is there is there, but the Ryder Scott is an independent report. In the Mancos we have prospective recoverable resource P50 of 486 million barrels of oil and 2.9 trillion cubic feet of gas. In the Paradox Basin ... 966 million barrels of oil as a best case and 3.9 trillion cubic feet of gas." Don't drop the ball While Rose is concentrating on getting what it has in its portfolio up and running, it is not closed to other possible ventures. "What Europe doesn't understand ... is there are an awful lot of opportunities still out there in the US. Everyone assumes just because a UK company's got it, it can't be very good. Well there are lots of very, very good projects available it is just having a technical team who is capable of assessing them and knows what they are doing." Idiens says this is what Rose prioritised when it converted into an oil and gas company, which has helped Rose grow into something "really quite big". Included in Rose's portfolio are its uranium assets, which it plans to sell when the market is healthier and its copper porphyry joint venture with Lowell Copper, who has a 75% earn-in interest deal. Idiens believes Rose has been successful in making sure it keeps its shareholders educated and informed while it changed focus from mining to oil and gas. "We are doing it slowly and that is an intentional thing we are not just dropping the mining asset and switching over. We are going to do both, which may not be popular in the City. Fund managers like you to be a single commodity company, but to be frank, they are not always right." In trading on Friday, Rose Petroleum's share price was down by over 8% at 2.175p with a 0.05p spread regards
24/6/2014
14:07
someuwin: Rose Petroleum may grow to mid-tier status, Allenby says By Jamie Ashcroft June 24 2014, 12:05pm Rose Petroleum (LON:ROSE) may rapidly make a transition from junior to mid-tier E&P status by unlocking two new shale plays, says Allenby Capital. Analyst Peter Dupont believes Utah shale acreage, acquired at just US$110 per acre, could plausibly be worth around US$2,000 an acre following initial de-risking activities – that would give the projects a US$344mln (£208mln) price tag. Not getting too carried away too soon, the broker says Rose is currently worth 4.3p per share - which in itself is almost double today's price of 2.25p. The Rose share price has already marked up a rather impressive ascent, rising as high as 4p from as little as 0.4p at the start of the year. A key catalyst for the move was an independent resource assessment, by consultant Ryder Scott, which estimated that Rose's interests in the Mancos and Paradox shale plays could contain 1.45bn barrels of oil and 4.79tln cubic feet of gas. "Ryder Scott's CPR points to a substantial resource base while the locations of Rose's two projects are well endowed with infrastructure," Dupont said in a note. "We believe that Rose may be on the cusp of unlocking two new shale plays which could rapidly lift Rose from junior to mid-tier E&P status." Rose subsequently capitalised, with an oversubscribed placing, issuing new shares to raise £6.5mln to pay for initial exploration work in Utah. By Dupont's estimates, Rose will have to spend around US$16mln to sufficiently de-risk the acreage to the point that the US$2,000 per acre valuation would be plausible. As such his 4.3p view takes into account further dilution, otherwise he reckons the assets' current value would be as much as 13.9p per share. "Lease costs and Rose's initial work programme inevitably implies heavy financing needs. "Our forecasts call for capital spending of US$4mln in 2014, US$11.8mln in 2015 and perhaps US$30mln in 2016. "Longer term, funding is likely to be supported by joint-venture partners while debt finance is currently readily available at attractive rates for US shale projects post de-risking. "Significantly, Rose has indicated that a number of oil and gas companies have expressed an interest in establishing joint ventures at the project level." The reported third party interest and the need for future financing are two reasons the competent person's report (CPR) was significant. Beyond Rose's package, both shale basins are being actively developed already, and the infrastructure available is excellent with road, rail, pipeline and power all readily available. The leases, meanwhile, are also in an ideal location being only about an hour's drive to Grand Junction, which is the region's oil and gas services hub offering drill rigs, fracking equipment. Underlining the potential of this highly attractive shale play is regional player Fidelity Exploration & Production, which is owned by New York-quoted MDU Resources. Since 1963, it has produced 5.2mln barrels of 44 API oil and 4.2bln cubic feet of gas from 20 wells. Currently, 18 wells produce at a total average rate of 4,563 barrels a day and 2.4mln cubic feet of gas. Rose, meanwhile, is on record as saying it wants to be producing by the end of the year and it is expected the first well will target the Mancos using existing 2D seismic data and information culled from historic wells. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/69762/rose-petroleum-may-grow-to-mid-tier-status-allenby-says-69762.html
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