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San Leon LSE:SLE London Ordinary Share IE00BWVFTP56 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.375p +2.52% 56.00p 55.50p 56.25p 56.00p 52.50p 53.00p 4,169,342.00 15:20:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -160.5 -372.8 - 252.01

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23/2/2017
08:20
San Leon Daily Update: San Leon is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SLE. The last closing price for San Leon was 54.63p.
San Leon has a 4 week average price of 54.28p and a 12 week average price of 50.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 59p while the 1 year low share price is currently 38p.
There are currently 450,025,720 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,986,779 shares. The market capitalisation of San Leon is £252,014,403.20.
07/2/2017
11:34
czar: Nobody should be surprised that Tosca is buying, we should be surprised that some small shareholders are selling. Martin Hughes gave us a perfect steer as to what this company is worth, and he is in a better position than anyone to know what level a bid will succeed, he will make the final decision. It just could not be clearer: PRESS RELEASE 22 December 2016 Toscafund acknowledges the approach for San Leon Energy (London, 22 December 2016): Toscafund Asset Management LLP ("Toscafund") acknowledges the San Leon Energy plc ("San Leon Energy") (LSE: SLE) response to press speculation that "confirms that Geron Energy Investment is a party to the Offeror and the indicative offer price from the Offeror was 80 pence per share." Toscafund also acknowledges that San Leon Energy states that "talks are at a preliminary stage and there are significant uncertainties as to whether or not the matter will proceed further." Toscafund is a longstanding shareholder in San Leon Energy with a current holding representing 55.97% of the issued share capital. Toscafund has requested that the board of San Leon Energy respects and engages in discussions with the potential Offeror to assess its approach. Toscafund notes that the only two comprehensive external research notes covering San Leon Energy were issued in September 2016 by Whitman Howard and share price Angel and set a target share price of 130p and 100p, respectively. Martin Hughes, Toscafund's Founder said: "It is evident that San Leon Energy has attractive oil and gas development assets in Africa and Europe and it is therefore no surprise to have attracted a possible offer. Toscafund looks forward to the board of San Leon Energy engaging with the potential Offeror in order to reach an amicable and speedy resolution."
30/12/2016
14:03
o1lman: Why it is often difficult to value small resource companies accurately By Gary Newman | Friday 30 December 2016 Disclosure: I own shares in one or more of the stocks mentioned. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article. Valuing small resource companies can be difficult, and often they will appear to be far cheaper than they really are. The bulletin boards, Twitter, etc are full of people extolling the virtues of the companies that they are invested in and pointing out that they should be worth far more than what the share price currently reflects. In many cases that is just wishful thinking based upon a load of hype, but in some cases the figures would also seem to support that view, but with many of them the investment case becomes far less clear once you take a more in-depth look. Obviously you have the explorers, where on paper the assets look hugely valuable, often many multiples of the market cap, but in reality many of these ‘assets’ never actually reach production stage. They do of course have their uses and are a great way for unscrupulous directors to string along investors for a number of years whilst pocketing a nice salary in the process. You also get producing oil wells and mines that are old, depleted and borderline commercial, and you will often find that these have been passed from one failed outfit to the next. The Trinidad producing oil field that Range Resources (RRL) bought back in 2011 being a good example – especially if you go back to previous owners SOCA Petroleum. Any company with resources in the ground is very hard to value, which is why they can often be driven so high solely on sentiment, and the risks of them never actually producing anything usually aren’t factored into the valuations that you see being touted around. Then you have the companies that have what appears to be decent amounts of cash in the bank, and in some cases that exceeds the market cap and makes them look cheap on a net asset value basis. But the problem here is that the cash is only really of any use if they are actually going to do something with it – in the cases where they don’t, it would be far better if they just returned it to investors and wound up the company! Global Petroleum (GBP) is a good example of such a company as it had nearly $10.2 million in the bank as at the last accounts up to the end of June 2016, compared to a market cap of just £3.55 million ($4.3 million) currently. That makes it look very cheap indeed as it has no real liabilities and net assets of over $10.3 million. But the problem with this company is the rate at which it is going through that cash, having made a net loss of over $2.3 million for the year, and having seen its cash drop by over $2.5 million from $12.7 million at the end of June 2015. So on that basis, unless it is able to actually do something with the money soon, it is going to burn through it all in a few years just on admin expenses and salaries. There are other similar examples out there as well, so it always pays to look at what they are actually doing with their cash and the rate of cash burn. The third category are those companies which have actually managed to get an asset to the production stage and are actually making a net profit from it – rather than a token operating profit that is vastly exceeded by the costs of running the company, which come under the ‘rubbish-asset-no-one-wants’ category I mentioned earlier. But even these profitable small producers it can be hard to understand the value of them, and in many cases it would appear that they should be valued higher than the current market cap. But what many don’t take into account when trying to apply typical PE ratios for the sector, and the like, is the longevity of the assets that the company owns – or in many cases the lack there of. It is all very well pointing out that some of the big miners trade off of high PE ratios – although less so in recent times following the general commodity price crash we saw – but what people forget is that these companies also have reserves that are going to take many years to extract, and at the same time are replenishing those reserves via exploration to find new ones. That often isn’t the case with the small resource companies that are reliant on one mine or oil/gas field, and in some cases these can have a lifespan of less than ten years. If you think about it in terms of the PE ratio, then a ratio of ten means that on a simplified basis it will take ten years of that level of net profit every year, in order for the total earnings during that period to equate to the current market cap. Now if the asset only has say a lifespan of seven years and the company is trading at a PE of 10, then from that point onwards the asset is never going to make enough to justify the valuation of the company. So you also need to look at what the company is doing to increase and replace existing reserves. That could be from an entirely different asset, or more often than not via exploration on the existing licence where only a small part of it has been developed so far. Any such exploration obviously carries some risk, and that is why many of these smaller producers often appear to be priced cheaply. This applies to two companies that I hold shares in myself, Sylvania Platinum and Orosur Mining (OMI), where many PIs can’t get their heads around why they aren’t trading at multiples of the current share prices, given the net profits that they have been making. In both of these cases I can still see upside from the current levels, but there is no doubt that both of them need to be able to replenish the reserves that they are currently depleting, or at some point in the next few years profitability will drop off sharply. - See more at: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/26232/why-it-is-often-difficult-to-value-small-resource-companies-accurately#sthash.oFcYkvfN.dpuf
22/12/2016
18:38
linksdean2: think Chinese will have to higher that bid to get MH just to think about it! Toscafund acknowledges the approach for San Leon Energy (London, 22 December 2016): Toscafund Asset Management LLP ("Toscafund") acknowledges the San Leon Energy plc ("San Leon Energy") (LSE: SLE) response to press speculation that "confirms that Geron Energy Investment is a party to the Offeror and the indicative offer price from the Offeror was 80 pence per share." Toscafund also acknowledges that San Leon Energy states that "talks are at a preliminary stage and there are significant uncertainties as to whether or not the matter will proceed further." Toscafund is a longstanding shareholder in San Leon Energy with a current holding representing 55.97% of the issued share capital. Toscafund has requested that the board of San Leon Energy respects and engages in discussions with the potential Offeror to assess its approach. Toscafund notes that the only two comprehensive external research notes covering San Leon Energy were issued in September 2016 by Whitman Howard and share price Angel and set a target share price of 130p and 100p, respectively. Martin Hughes, Toscafund's Founder said: "It is evident that San Leon Energy has attractive oil and gas development assets in Africa and Europe and it is therefore no surprise to have attracted a possible offer. Toscafund looks forward to the board of San Leon Energy engaging with the potential Offeror in order to reach an amicable and speedy resolution."
22/12/2016
13:48
tonysss13: PRESS RELEASE 22 December 2016 Toscafund acknowledges the approach for San Leon Energy (London, 22 December 2016): Toscafund Asset Management LLP ("Toscafund") acknowledges the San Leon Energy plc ("San Leon Energy") (LSE: SLE) response to press speculation that "confirms that Geron Energy Investment is a party to the Offeror and the indicative offer price from the Offeror was 80 pence per share." Toscafund also acknowledges that San Leon Energy states that "talks are at a preliminary stage and there are significant uncertainties as to whether or not the matter will proceed further." Toscafund is a longstanding shareholder in San Leon Energy with a current holding representing 55.97% of the issued share capital. Toscafund has requested that the board of San Leon Energy respects and engages in discussions with the potential Offeror to assess its approach. Toscafund notes that the only two comprehensive external research notes covering San Leon Energy were issued in September 2016 by Whitman Howard and share price Angel and set a target share price of 130p and 100p, respectively. Martin Hughes, Toscafund's Founder said: "It is evident that San Leon Energy has attractive oil and gas development assets in Africa and Europe and it is therefore no surprise to have attracted a possible offer. Toscafund looks forward to the board of San Leon Energy engaging with the potential Offeror in order to reach an amicable and speedy resolution."
03/11/2016
11:22
smithy91: - 951 of 28026    0   0 lizzie 2 you gave a good share price recommendation a few days/weeks ago on a billion barrels of oil at $8 a barrel and as we know it is a lot more than that at present so your recommendation was conservative and you did say you would give a conservative rational approach, and it was very well executed and fair BUT we have to hit it first and if tarafaya comes in that it just works share price will be over broker price, if not,, it will retrace to the 20s maybe less,but as you truely said it is still there,what will be will be and san leon have many billions of barrels of oil and trillion feet of gas mostly prospective and at the share price as it is, it is cheap and a great investment..going back to your price on a billion barrels ie £6 something a share...500m barrels £3 something..just 250m barrels.£1.50p a share and this is at your low barrel price of $8 (what is the true price ?)..I have a large holding in san leon and next week I will be buying more and intend to hold these for 3/5/10 years as this company is a millionaire maker make no dowt a bowt it..but you have hold come the highs and lows it will be so..regards to all links
29/8/2016
07:11
larrylight: Risers & fallers: Avanti Communications, San Leon Energy, Osirium Technologies, Bellzone Mining, Alexander Mining Share 11:12 26 Aug 2016 Here we put the spotlight on Friday's market movers A long awaited oil deal is drawing to a close - sending San Leon higher Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 11am Risers Avanti Communications Plc (LON:AVN), up 12% to 39.5p. The stock that rose earlier this month on takeover talk was rising again on Friday. Industrial Multi Property Trust (LON:IMPT), up 12% to 175p. Interim results revealed a rise in asset value, narrowing losses and better occupancy. Osirium Technologies Plc (LON:OSI), up 12% to 193.5p. The cyber security firm landed a contract to provide an asset management group with its full suite of products for some 3,000 devices. It is a three year deal that will add a material financial contribution in 2016, it said. Fallers Ferrum Crescent Ltd (LON:FCR), down 7.5% to 0.25p. The mining sector junior announced an issue of equity from the exercise of options – 44.6mln shares with trigger price of 0.165p – which follow on from a share placing executed earlier this year. North River Resources Plc (LON:NRRP), down 6.9% to 13.5p. It releases a project update on its operations at the Namib lead & zinc asset, in Namibia. Bellzone Mining Plc (LON:BZM), down 6.5% to 0.215p. The mining sector junior gave back some of Thursday’s gains, which were triggered by a positive update on the group’s ferronickel study results. Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 9:00am Risers San Leon Energy Plc (LON:SLE), up 67% to 48.5p. The oiler’s shares resumed trading after a near eight month suspension on AIM. It comes as the group unveiled details of a £170mln share placing which takes it closer to sealing its long awaited Nigerian oil acquisition. Alexander Mining Plc (LON:AXM), up 25% to 0.22p. The mining sector junior added to gains from Thursday, when the group announced a licence agreement with Accudo Metals for projects in Australia. One Media IP Group Plc (LON:OMIP), up 17% to 3.5p. Investor eyes are seemingly smiling on the media group which on Wednesday announced a deal to acquire 1,100 Irish folk and Celtic music original recordings – it comes after eight years of marketing the songs on a shared royalty basis. Fallers AstraZeneca Plc (LON:AZN), down 1.3% to 4,943p. Share price weakness among drug makers continued through Friday, amid caution following renewed scrutiny from US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton this week. Concurrent Technologies Plc (LON:CNC), down 4% to 62p. The outlook statement in Friday’s interim results reads positively enough, though the figures themselves seemingly showed a flat performance. Strategic Minerals PLC (LON:SML), down 9% to 0.24p. The move lower follows the release of a quarterly update on Thursday afternoon.
12/8/2016
10:25
chart trader2000: Everyone, except bb morons of course, know that strong companies split their shares and weak companies consolidate their shares, of course the announcement is always seen as a positive move, as it's a shame to exclude the bb morons completely. ....................... In addition, as a consequence of having a very large number of Existing Ordinary Shares, with a very low share price, small movements in the share price can result in large percentage movements and therefore considerable volatility. The Share Capital Reorganisation will reduce the number of shares in issue and result in a commensurately higher share price that will be at a level that the Directors believe is more appropriate for a company of the Company's size and should be more attractive to a greater number of potential investors. ...................... similar rubbish as above, there must be a handbook of how to spin bad news. The share consolidation itself is not dilutive but of course the message is sent to the market that the company is performing badly, guess a 213 million loss is performing badly. unless of course u are bb moron and then it's good news that most of the shareholders money has gone to money heaven. Of course issuing new shares after a big loss means that the new shareholders take most of any profits and the remaining shareholders are virtually wiped out and have to buy more shares if they want to participate in the said potential profits. maybe after a 213 million loss and investing in Nigeria best maybe if u are investing someone else's money, as if the investment loses it's not the ii's money and if it makes money > a big bonus for the Investment Managers who risked someone else's money in Nigeria.
09/2/2016
15:25
chart trader: CHART TRADER - 03 Apr 2014 - 18:11:38 - 19940 of 40828 jpg images 1. linksdean 13 Jan'11 - 22:51 - 425 of 23123 0 0 the rockall licence which san leon has now (formality) 100% not only has killala at prospect 4tcf gas but also kingfisher on the licence with prospective 4.7 tcf gas nice prospect of 8.7 tcf gas, slyne licence between 1.4/2 tcf gas... pocupine 1bil/1.9 bill barrels of oil, licence fel 3/08 around 5 tcf/9.3 tcf gas or 5.6 bill barrels of oil.... this will most probly change when we get irish seismics rns ....even if it comes in less 50% I think there are many aim oilies who would love to have the Irish prospects alone on their books...worth a packet once farmed out and any hits...and between now and end of march/april we have a shale oil test that if just proves it works will totally transform this company if it does!nt we have the polish shale gas drills to look forward to ..but they will still look to get tarfaya rectified and will succeed..on the fox davis report for san leon of unrisked nav of £5.77p or 370 mill barrels of oil less 20% or so looks gud even with dilution...gas roughly at present is $5/9 per 1000 cfoot oil is $90+ per barrel by the time we start drilling for oil it wiil be over $100 per barrel..energy is what the world needs san leon has it in abundance..those that bought in early days all the best, you know what this company have and you know what you want out of it , I did buy in earlyish and I personally would buy in all the way up to £1 as long term I believe this company is a millionare maker..within 2/5years multimil onward..those who have the shares if you dont need the money just wait you will be extremely recombenced... too much wine and jimi hendix.. its thursday....lookin forward to the weekend .gla links 2. linksdean 9 Feb'11 - 21:35 - 951 of 23123 0 0 lizzie 2 you gave a good share price recommendation a few days/weeks ago on a billion barrels of oil at $8 a barrel and as we know it is a lot more than that at present so your recommendation was conservative and you did say you would give a conservative rational approach, and it was very well executed and fair BUT we have to hit it first and if tarafaya comes in that it just works share price will be over broker price, if not,, it will retrace to the 20s maybe less,but as you truely said it is still there,what will be will be and san leon have many billions of barrels of oil and trillion feet of gas mostly prospective and at the share price as it is, it is cheap and a great investment..going back to your price on a billion barrels ie £6 something a share...500m barrels £3 something..just 250m barrels.£1.50p a share and this is at your low barrel price of $8 (what is the true price ?)..I have a large holding in san leon and next week I will be buying more and intend to hold these for 3/5/10 years as this company is a millionaire maker make no dowt a bowt it..but you have hold come the highs and lows it will be so..regards to all links linksdean 2 Mar'11 - 22:40 - 1175 of 23123 0 0 New tech & Leopard777 thanks for that,it just gets better, glad I got another,109k last week.links 3. linksdean 2 Sep'11 - 09:14 - 2888 of 23123 0 0 new tech the merlion used to post over on iii board last year but does not do so now and posts sometimes on here, that is what I meant when I said followed your posts since last year ...but I am not the other people you mention,I am bullish on sle and think that in time the realm deal will be good for us,but Im not into slanging matches on here as other people have their own agenda for investing in sle and voice their apinion as tinc and others do, they are not me...I have a very large holding around 700k and I intend to be long in sle for years as I see and as I have mentioned in my posts on here before they could be millionaire makers in time.anyway I wish you well..links linksdean 27 Oct'11 - 20:12 - 3362 of 23123 0 0 rome wasnot built in a day san leon will not be the company maker in its infancy of drills 2 down and we are waiting for news on the first of our shale drills..the source rocks are there and we have a great company in talisman who can help to release the hope of a company maker..it will happen patients is a pain in the wallet but 6 months from now (if its then) you could look at your porty in san leon and see double treble etc gains will you be worrying about your losses now..my losses are 90 odd grand I am in for the duration ie 3/5 years..the begining has started and I am expecting a million ..plus but that me;;gud luck to all.links 4. linksdean 20 Jan'12 - 13:48 - 4374 of 23123 0 0 if tailismans drill that hit over 1000 metres of shale gas is commercial I am hoping it will be over a trillion cubic feet of gas,or near to it... that alone will take us over £1 a share..very good post imab you should post that on iii and lse boards...heres to the future..links linksdean 23 Jan'12 - 12:08 - 4423 of 23123 0 0 imab..I did see your fab post and city chappys price..since I invested 700k worh of shares over a year ago I have stated that san leon are hopefully gunna be millionaire makers of many people between now and especially now with the share price being as low as it has been...but lets prove up the propects first and not get takenover before the share price reaches what we all deserve..best of luck mate ..links 5. linksdean 18 Jul'12 - 18:34 - 6786 of 23123 0 0 nice large exploration areas there new tech wish I could buy more at these levels,links 6. linksdean - 24 Oct 2012 - 22:50:16 - 10125 of 23124 just gets better ima and over time people will be clambering over each other to buy these shares as the saying goes"ye of little faith"..links
09/2/2016
10:20
chart trader: CHART TRADER 14 Apr'14 - 14:53 - 20500 of 40803 0 0 edit CHART TRADER 14 Apr'14 - 10:43 - 20481 of 40798 0 0 edit jpg images 1. linksdean 13 Jan'11 - 22:51 - 425 of 23123 0 0 the rockall licence which san leon has now (formality) 100% not only has killala at prospect 4tcf gas but also kingfisher on the licence with prospective 4.7 tcf gas nice prospect of 8.7 tcf gas, slyne licence between 1.4/2 tcf gas... pocupine 1bil/1.9 bill barrels of oil, licence fel 3/08 around 5 tcf/9.3 tcf gas or 5.6 bill barrels of oil.... this will most probly change when we get irish seismics rns ....even if it comes in less 50% I think there are many aim oilies who would love to have the Irish prospects alone on their books...worth a packet once farmed out and any hits...and between now and end of march/april we have a shale oil test that if just proves it works will totally transform this company if it does!nt we have the polish shale gas drills to look forward to ..but they will still look to get tarfaya rectified and will succeed..on the fox davis report for san leon of unrisked nav of £5.77p or 370 mill barrels of oil less 20% or so looks gud even with dilution...gas roughly at present is $5/9 per 1000 cfoot oil is $90+ per barrel by the time we start drilling for oil it wiil be over $100 per barrel..energy is what the world needs san leon has it in abundance..those that bought in early days all the best, you know what this company have and you know what you want out of it , I did buy in earlyish and I personally would buy in all the way up to £1 as long term I believe this company is a millionare maker..within 2/5years multimil onward..those who have the shares if you dont need the money just wait you will be extremely recombenced... too much wine and jimi hendix.. its thursday....lookin forward to the weekend .gla links 2. linksdean 9 Feb'11 - 21:35 - 951 of 23123 0 0 lizzie 2 you gave a good share price recommendation a few days/weeks ago on a billion barrels of oil at $8 a barrel and as we know it is a lot more than that at present so your recommendation was conservative and you did say you would give a conservative rational approach, and it was very well executed and fair BUT we have to hit it first and if tarafaya comes in that it just works share price will be over broker price, if not,, it will retrace to the 20s maybe less,but as you truely said it is still there,what will be will be and san leon have many billions of barrels of oil and trillion feet of gas mostly prospective and at the share price as it is, it is cheap and a great investment..going back to your price on a billion barrels ie £6 something a share...500m barrels £3 something..just 250m barrels.£1.50p a share and this is at your low barrel price of $8 (what is the true price ?)..I have a large holding in san leon and next week I will be buying more and intend to hold these for 3/5/10 years as this company is a millionaire maker make no dowt a bowt it..but you have hold come the highs and lows it will be so..regards to all links linksdean 2 Mar'11 - 22:40 - 1175 of 23123 0 0 New tech & Leopard777 thanks for that,it just gets better, glad I got another,109k last week.links 3. linksdean 2 Sep'11 - 09:14 - 2888 of 23123 0 0 new tech the merlion used to post over on iii board last year but does not do so now and posts sometimes on here, that is what I meant when I said followed your posts since last year ...but I am not the other people you mention,I am bullish on sle and think that in time the realm deal will be good for us,but Im not into slanging matches on here as other people have their own agenda for investing in sle and voice their apinion as tinc and others do, they are not me...I have a very large holding around 700k and I intend to be long in sle for years as I see and as I have mentioned in my posts on here before they could be millionaire makers in time.anyway I wish you well..links linksdean 27 Oct'11 - 20:12 - 3362 of 23123 0 0 rome wasnot built in a day san leon will not be the company maker in its infancy of drills 2 down and we are waiting for news on the first of our shale drills..the source rocks are there and we have a great company in talisman who can help to release the hope of a company maker..it will happen patients is a pain in the wallet but 6 months from now (if its then) you could look at your porty in san leon and see double treble etc gains will you be worrying about your losses now..my losses are 90 odd grand I am in for the duration ie 3/5 years..the begining has started and I am expecting a million ..plus but that me;;gud luck to all.links 4. linksdean 20 Jan'12 - 13:48 - 4374 of 23123 0 0 if tailismans drill that hit over 1000 metres of shale gas is commercial I am hoping it will be over a trillion cubic feet of gas,or near to it... that alone will take us over £1 a share..very good post imab you should post that on iii and lse boards...heres to the future..links linksdean 23 Jan'12 - 12:08 - 4423 of 23123 0 0 imab..I did see your fab post and city chappys price..since I invested 700k worh of shares over a year ago I have stated that san leon are hopefully gunna be millionaire makers of many people between now and especially now with the share price being as low as it has been...but lets prove up the propects first and not get takenover before the share price reaches what we all deserve..best of luck mate ..links 5. linksdean 18 Jul'12 - 18:34 - 6786 of 23123 0 0 nice large exploration areas there new tech wish I could buy more at these levels,links 6. linksdean - 24 Oct 2012 - 22:50:16 - 10125 of 23124 just gets better ima and over time people will be clambering over each other to buy these shares as the saying goes"ye of little faith"..links
05/2/2016
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chart trader: jpg images 1. linksdean 13 Jan'11 - 22:51 - 425 of 23123 0 0 the rockall licence which san leon has now (formality) 100% not only has killala at prospect 4tcf gas but also kingfisher on the licence with prospective 4.7 tcf gas nice prospect of 8.7 tcf gas, slyne licence between 1.4/2 tcf gas... pocupine 1bil/1.9 bill barrels of oil, licence fel 3/08 around 5 tcf/9.3 tcf gas or 5.6 bill barrels of oil.... this will most probly change when we get irish seismics rns ....even if it comes in less 50% I think there are many aim oilies who would love to have the Irish prospects alone on their books...worth a packet once farmed out and any hits...and between now and end of march/april we have a shale oil test that if just proves it works will totally transform this company if it does!nt we have the polish shale gas drills to look forward to ..but they will still look to get tarfaya rectified and will succeed..on the fox davis report for san leon of unrisked nav of £5.77p or 370 mill barrels of oil less 20% or so looks gud even with dilution...gas roughly at present is $5/9 per 1000 cfoot oil is $90+ per barrel by the time we start drilling for oil it wiil be over $100 per barrel..energy is what the world needs san leon has it in abundance..those that bought in early days all the best, you know what this company have and you know what you want out of it , I did buy in earlyish and I personally would buy in all the way up to £1 as long term I believe this company is a millionare maker..within 2/5years multimil onward..those who have the shares if you dont need the money just wait you will be extremely recombenced... too much wine and jimi hendix.. its thursday....lookin forward to the weekend .gla links 2. linksdean 9 Feb'11 - 21:35 - 951 of 23123 0 0 lizzie 2 you gave a good share price recommendation a few days/weeks ago on a billion barrels of oil at $8 a barrel and as we know it is a lot more than that at present so your recommendation was conservative and you did say you would give a conservative rational approach, and it was very well executed and fair BUT we have to hit it first and if tarafaya comes in that it just works share price will be over broker price, if not,, it will retrace to the 20s maybe less,but as you truely said it is still there,what will be will be and san leon have many billions of barrels of oil and trillion feet of gas mostly prospective and at the share price as it is, it is cheap and a great investment..going back to your price on a billion barrels ie £6 something a share...500m barrels £3 something..just 250m barrels.£1.50p a share and this is at your low barrel price of $8 (what is the true price ?)..I have a large holding in san leon and next week I will be buying more and intend to hold these for 3/5/10 years as this company is a millionaire maker make no dowt a bowt it..but you have hold come the highs and lows it will be so..regards to all links linksdean 2 Mar'11 - 22:40 - 1175 of 23123 0 0 New tech & Leopard777 thanks for that,it just gets better, glad I got another,109k last week.links 3. linksdean 2 Sep'11 - 09:14 - 2888 of 23123 0 0 new tech the merlion used to post over on iii board last year but does not do so now and posts sometimes on here, that is what I meant when I said followed your posts since last year ...but I am not the other people you mention,I am bullish on sle and think that in time the realm deal will be good for us,but Im not into slanging matches on here as other people have their own agenda for investing in sle and voice their apinion as tinc and others do, they are not me...I have a very large holding around 700k and I intend to be long in sle for years as I see and as I have mentioned in my posts on here before they could be millionaire makers in time.anyway I wish you well..links linksdean 27 Oct'11 - 20:12 - 3362 of 23123 0 0 rome wasnot built in a day san leon will not be the company maker in its infancy of drills 2 down and we are waiting for news on the first of our shale drills..the source rocks are there and we have a great company in talisman who can help to release the hope of a company maker..it will happen patients is a pain in the wallet but 6 months from now (if its then) you could look at your porty in san leon and see double treble etc gains will you be worrying about your losses now..my losses are 90 odd grand I am in for the duration ie 3/5 years..the begining has started and I am expecting a million ..plus but that me;;gud luck to all.links 4. linksdean 20 Jan'12 - 13:48 - 4374 of 23123 0 0 if tailismans drill that hit over 1000 metres of shale gas is commercial I am hoping it will be over a trillion cubic feet of gas,or near to it... that alone will take us over £1 a share..very good post imab you should post that on iii and lse boards...heres to the future..links linksdean 23 Jan'12 - 12:08 - 4423 of 23123 0 0 imab..I did see your fab post and city chappys price..since I invested 700k worh of shares over a year ago I have stated that san leon are hopefully gunna be millionaire makers of many people between now and especially now with the share price being as low as it has been...but lets prove up the propects first and not get takenover before the share price reaches what we all deserve..best of luck mate ..links 5. linksdean 18 Jul'12 - 18:34 - 6786 of 23123 0 0 nice large exploration areas there new tech wish I could buy more at these levels,links 6. linksdean - 24 Oct 2012 - 22:50:16 - 10125 of 23124 just gets better ima and over time people will be clambering over each other to buy these shares as the saying goes"ye of little faith"..links
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