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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 50.00p 48.50p 50.00p 50.00p 49.00p 49.75p 288,597 15:56:23
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Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -160.5 -372.8 - 225.01

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26/4/2017
09:20
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 50p.
San Leon has a 4 week average price of 42.50p and a 12 week average price of 42.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 59p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29.13p.
There are currently 450,025,720 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 374,341 shares. The market capitalisation of San Leon is £225,012,860.
24/4/2017
11:48
chart trader2000: Sat 00:39 Re: morocco Cruncher1 perhaps you'd be good enough to enlighten the "downtrodden masses" about : The successes to date of SLE's history in: Poland? Albania? Turkey? Morocco? (I accept that the jury is still out on Nigeria) why none of the many 'jam tomorrow' RNS's have delivered any jam yet? (read through historic RNS's - if you can't be bothered I'll post some). how the results & losses (e.g. 213m in 2015) to date over so many years justify Fanning's annual salary of 1m? Your take on SLE management's performance in the light of the current share price being 44p when compared to some of Fanning's share options which were granted at £35. Do you think that a share price that has fallen from a (price adjusted to reflect consolidation) peak of around £39.50 to £0.44 has been a pleasurable experience for loyal long term shareholders? Should they be applauding Fanning for his management? Should they be happy that Fanning has been paid millions whilst the value of their shareholding has been trashed? should they be surprised that Fanning hasn't been sacked? Can't speak on behalf of anyone else, but in answer to your question about why I'm maintaining an interest in this stock, I have two answers: 1. Hope that SLE will be bought out at a higher price than today; and/or 2. Selling my remaining SLE shares to offset capital gains elsewhere. As a long term SLE shareholder I have ZERO faith in Fanning.
08/4/2017
10:14
chart trader2000: Fri 08:20 They think it's all over ... EadwigInteractive Investor client ... well it is now! Possibly. Many wondered if Tosca would stop buying once the tax year ended, (well, I did anyway) thus reinforcing the suspicion that SLE is all about making a loss for Toscan tax purposes. It is a plausible enough theory. If you wanted to lose a lot of cash on paper disguised as an investment, where would you choose to dump it? Now, we have evidence from the very latest in sophisticated future-predicting fin-tech artificial intelligence pattern recognition software (as provided free with ii) that the share price is no longer being supported and we can expect a sharp drop over the ... well, read for yourself ... 'SLE forms bearish "Diamond Top" chart pattern Apr 06, 2017 "'Recognia has detected a "Diamond Top" chart pattern formed on San Leon Energy PLC. This bearish signal indicates that the stock price may fall from the close of 54.00 to the range of 39.00 - 42.00 [sounds about right if the 'bid' is taken off the table - Eadwig]. The pattern formed over 78 days which is roughly the period of time in which the target price range may be achieved, according to standard principles of technical analysis [reading tea leaves and gazing into crystal balls etc - Eadwig]. This pattern tells us the price seems to have reached a top, showing signs of reversal as it has broken downward after a period of uncertainty or consolidation [and NOT that a large diamond deposit has been found on OML18, as suggested by Ofin Sanning, when asked to comment - Eadwig]. The Diamond Top pattern begins during an uptrend as prices create higher highs and lower lows in a broadening pattern. Then the trading range gradually narrows after the highs peak and the lows start trending upward. When the price breaks downward out of the diamonds boundary lines, it marks a significant reversal to a new downtrend." "This bearish pattern can be seen on the following chart and was detected by Recognia proprietary pattern recognition technology." [Which may or may not be pretty good, but you'll have to make your own minds up. I think it may be severely handicapped by the fact that the vast majority of volumes have occurred outside the open market, frankly - Eadwig].
23/3/2017
11:52
eadwig: chart trader, "what's your opinion on TOSCA's intentions ?" I think Tosca are going to make a lot of money, or at the very least get back their previous losses plus some. When they already own the company, buying just because they are is a not necessarily a good idea. |I think lots of other people think that too, otherwise the price would be right up around the @75p (somewhere near the reported stated interest). What's good for Tosca, who can do whatever they like with the vehicle that is S.L.E., isn't necessarily good for other shareholders. I have no idea what their intentions are. There's some big losses on the books that could be very valuable to them (but not to anyone else who is a shareholder). I don't think they'll screw-over the larger investors who they got on board for the OML 18 deal. They'll let them out with a reasonable return on the cash put up at a minimum. That might mean they have to treat everyone else holding shares the same, but if they don't, and have taken the company private, how many of us would throw more money in to take them to court? Plus, giving people a fair return on @45p over a year or 18 months or 2 years ... well, it isn't likely to do me any good holding @669p, is it? So, I hope SLE actually pay out some dividends, as is laid out in the Nigeria plan, if they ever get any cash off Eroton, and they stay on the open market. In that case the shares should go up a bit, I'll get a few pence per share dividend or two, and I might get out with an 80% or 70% loss rather than my current 92% (something round there when I last looked). SLE have other revenue streams supposedly too, I'm not sure they can really work out until the Eroton cash comes through ... I had a good handle on it at one point, but I have too much else going on to retain it all in memory given the actual amounts involved. I wrote this stock off a long time ago, so if I get anything back at all it will be a bonus. An 80% loss or 'better' would start to be a result at this stage. I could sell in the open market now, of course, but its neither here nor there in the overall scheme of things. Ultimately, realising the losses and putting them against tax might be worth more than the value I get for selling the shares at the current price. I think Tosca may have something similar in mind. That's why when I was trading the stock, I wouldn't pay over the @45p placement price. Which I did explain at length in a post elsewhere at the time I was doing it. It was still a risk anyway, because if news came out that the interest @80p was finished, then the price prior to that was about @41P, so even buying @45p there was quite a loss you could be looking at with the spread to take into account as well. Tosca do have to maintain a reputation ... not that it seems to make much difference with goings-on at Speedy Hire or whatever that company is. But that's a bit different, trying to kick a CEO off a board, well, that's what 'activist' hedge funds do. I mean, if they were to take the company private and NOT give money back to shareholders with a reasonable return to those who put up in the placing or bought since, then they might find it a lot harder to do deals in future. That seems to be about the one protection long time shareholders have. Why Tosca haven't got rid of O.F. is a complete mystery, given the situation mentioned above. I did make a hint in a previous post, and I'll leave it at that. I don't blame Tosca for what they are doing or whatever happens, by the way. But I wont ever go near another company that has O.F. on the board though. If he comes out of this still being allowed to be a director, that is. Even if he is just totally incompetent, there's no excuse for the salary that he has pulled down. FTSE 100 level stuff, never mind a company that has never had profits or even revenues to speak of. As you can tell, I doubt he was behind the OML 18 deal. If he was, he did a fantastic job selling it to a notoriously tough hedge fund, after having run SLE almost totally into the ground. You'll gather that I don't place much value on their other assets either. They did prove up some good stuff in Poland ... and then sold it off to a company set-up by an ex-SLE board member, if I remember correctly. I believe that's happily producing now, though I haven't kept an eye on it. Linksdean may be able to tell us. Barryroe; I pretty much believe deep offshore stuff is dead in the water . Morocco; A disputed area where mineral exploitation has been prohibited by the UN. Poland; They're obviously going to sell what's left and worth anything as soon as someone makes them a bid, and that'll just be swallowed by the scale of the OML 18 stuff and outstanding debts. Is there anything else left? They were on about France at one point, which has a ban on fracking and they're never gonna lift it. Nuclear lobby is too strong. That was always ridiculous. Albania? - more offshore stuff. I'm not sure the license didn't lapse or something, they certainly let some go. The whole thing just became an exercise in buying up real estate with a few seismic surveys and no real plan of ever producing, as far as I can tell. Still, no use crying over spilt milk, is there? So we just get on with it and try and learn from our mistakes. Like checking board salaries on exploration companies that have never earned anything yet. That's a lot easier than it used to be, and outlandish slaraies are far more likely to be challenged now than they were just five years ago. If I'm completely wrong and cash starts rolling in at some kind of reasonable level, well, I'll happily admit I was wrong. I doubt I'll ever get my cash back though, let alone a return on it for all the years it will have been tied up for. A couple of pence a share on my old holding isn't going to be worth a lot - it will move the share price though if a dividend ever gets paid.
27/2/2017
10:37
chart trader2000: What happens to shareholders in a delisted company? Lessons from the demise of Country Foods. Patrick Cairns / 12 May 2015 00:30 CAPE TOWN – In September 2008 Country Foods asked the JSE to suspend it from trading. The Alt-X company’s share price had tanked following the resignation of its CEO and it announced that it wanted to go through a process of restructuring. A year later, the JSE terminated the company’s listing due to non-compliance. Country Foods’ final SENS announcement did however state that “the shareholders of the company will remain investors in a public unlisted company and the board will be continuing with its legal efforts to recover assets and value for shareholders in an unlisted environment”. That was the last the shareholders heard. They were effectively left in the dark as to what happened after that. Recently someone who owned shares in Country Foods approached Moneyweb to ask if we had any insight on what had transpired since. Unfortunately, there is no happy ending. Whatever efforts the board made to save the company were apparently in vain. Records from the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission show that Country Foods was struck off of the register of companies in early 2011. So any stock that shareholders might have held when Country Foods was suspended back in 2008 is now worthless, as the company no longer exists. This means a total loss of capital for anyone who held these shares, but it is also a reminder that this is a genuine risk when you make an equity investment. If the company ends up being worth nothing, you will have a share in nothing. It is also worth being cognisant of what happens in this situation. If a company is on the skids, the likelihood is that it will be suspended or delisted before a total implosion, so shareholders may well be stranded with stock. What does this mean? The first thing to be aware of is that although the JSE does impose standards on listed companies and the exchange acts as a regulator, once a company is delisted the JSE’s influence ends. “The JSE only has jurisdiction over listed companies and our relationship with a listed company terminates when it is delisted,” says Andre Visser, general manager for Issuer Regulation at the JSE. “Shareholders obviously remain as such in the unlisted company and I would suggest that they contact the company secretary or transfer office for further information. If we have any information on a particular company then we would be more than happy to share that with a shareholder.” Anyone holding stock therefore has no recourse through the JSE. In addition, once a company is delisted, institutional investors will naturally stop researching and trading the share. There is no longer any demand for analysis on the counter and since there are unlikely to be any major shareholders left demanding updates, small private investors will be left in the dark. That was certainly the case with Country Foods. The company ended up disappearing without anyone being any the wiser. Unfortunately, that is almost always the way it goes in cases like this. “Generally, the events that lead to a share being suspended and then delisted are due to negative circumstances, as was the case with Country Foods,” says Shaun van den Berg, a technical analyst at PSG Wealth. “Delisting is generally regarded as the first step toward potential bankruptcy, which then translates into shareholders losing their capital investment.” However, if the company doesn’t fold entirely, the reality is that there is still very little hope of shareholders getting anything out of it. “Throughout the entire suspension and then delisting process, shareholders still legally own the shares in the company,” Van den Berg says. “Upon delisting, however, the share is removed from the exchange, and so is its value. “Shareholders therefore still own their stock but, because the company is now unlisted, the market cannot place a value on it,” he adds. “Due to the fact that no one knows the value of the shares, it is highly unlikely that anyone will be able to sell them. The prudent and most realistic assessment in these circumstances is unfortunately to deem this as an investment loss.”
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."
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
08:11
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.
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
10:41
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
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
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