Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Silvermere Eng LSE:SLME London Ordinary Share GB00B606VT57 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% 1.875p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.0 -5.0 -20.0 - 0.65

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27/7/2014
23:17
BE WARNED Andy Morrison the serial failure who crushed XTR and SLME is coming back... http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20140728/pdf/42r1mjptcg2w5v.pdf with his new Company Zeta Petroleum from the Bio on the Zeta Petroleum you would almost not even know how much shareholder value he destroyed at XTR and SLME Andy Morrison Chief Executive Officer Andy Morrison has substantial experience in the oil and gas sector having worked with a number of major energy companies for over 30 years including Shell International Petroleum Company Ltd ('Shell') which saw him, amongst other achievements, devise and execute a marketing strategy and build a local management team for Shell to enter the Chinese domestic consumer market for oil products, as well as BG Group where he brought expertise in leading major business development projects and was promptly promoted to Head of Corporate Strategy. Andy has held Chief Executive roles at Xtract Energy plc, an AIM quoted energy company, Silvermere Energy plc, which he saw through asset acquisition, AIM admission and into first production in the US and cashflow. Andy has a BSc (1st Class) in Chemical Engineering and Fuel Technology from the University of Sheffield.
the stigologist
31/12/2013
20:19
Heard his estates in probate, you need to act quick to get a piece of the action, compensation for all his lies which made you invest in this dog. Wonder who paid him for the ramping?
simon seif
21/8/2013
06:59
TERN - What was SLME......GL S RNS Number : 1025M AIM 21 August 2013 NOTICE 21/08/2013 7:30am RESTORATION OF TRADING ON AIM TERN PLC The trading on AIM for the under-mentioned securities was temporarily suspended. The suspension is lifted from 21/08/2013 7:30am, an announcement having been made. Ordinary Shares of 0.001p each, fully paid, (B606VT5)(GB00B606VT57) If you have any queries relating to the above, please contact the company's nominated adviser on 0117 945 3471. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
swizz
13/8/2013
11:14
looks like slme no more.. change of name ..giving away mustang and becoming a cloud services company.. one to add to short list.
rajaster
31/7/2013
14:30
Angus Forrest - Proposed Executive Chairman Do these low lifes stick together??? This man surely should be in prison. Do not under any circumstances invest in any company that he is involved in. EVER.
acta_topup
14/7/2013
16:02
Nothing wrong with the asset, it was purely management. How do you incur such high liabilities and yet have no additional assets or development plans in place. Silvermere have not been paying their portion of the Joint Interest Billing (JIB) since late last summer. They are partially responsible for holding up progress with the I-1 well and the 818 lease. The parties that bought in this appalling management team should also take some heat for this unmitigated disaster. I will not give names but am tempted. In summary: Morrison and Moxon were handed a near production asset that was proven and required the platform completion and the sub-sea tie in. They could not even get that right ! Lastly, what about building the Company and diversifying the asset base ? Nothing, merely overpaid executives sitting in a Mayfair office doing very little other than run up bills, expenses and salary.
ih_393528
12/7/2013
20:19
Not at all - new management forced upon the Company by the majority owners....
showmethemoney123
12/7/2013
12:58
Still responsible for buying a duff asset or bringing in poor management 60p to 1p then administration
flopinfo
12/7/2013
11:57
Left 2 years ago when stock price was 60p lol.
showmethemoney123
11/7/2013
23:32
Started a thread for this XPL p.o.s. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=30084722 ex-Silvermere guy involved ! screams AVOID doesn't it ?
dontshootthemessenger
04/7/2013
14:38
I wanted to let the investing public know a few facts that I have gleaned recently in conversations with various parties who have definitive first hand knowledge and insight into the Silvermere situation. 1. Morrison and Moxon defrauded a fellow working interest owner of $175,000 2. It appears that Silvermere were unable to meet their financial obligations as far back as September October last year, 2012. Why was the market not informed in the normal manner ? 3. The Athol note is a disaster, Athol however are not senior secured. 4. Silvermere is in foreclosure proceedings on their interest in the I-1 well and 818 lease position. 5. Another note for Sterling 90K has just arisen and is an additional liability to the $175K and the Athol note. The question is with the $175,000 plus the various fundings, and the Athol note; Where did the money go ? They were, are, a single asset company, and under the tenure of this bunch of clowns no attempt was made to diversify or develop additional assets. How could funds be burned through at this rate ? I detect fraud. It appears that fraud charges will be bought against Morrison and Moxon in Texas over the $175K and they run the major risk of triple damages being awarded against them personally. Not good for them ! In summary this is a total failure in disclosure, the role of the NOMAD and beyond a Board of Directors who have no upstream experience. A US asset in the Gulf of Mexico cannot be run from an office in Mayfair. If any of the Silvermere Board works in the City again I would suggest shorting the stock immediately. This is a disaster and a lot of people have been hurt.
ih_393528
20/6/2013
14:16
The fraud charges in the USA relate to the taking of funds on an improper basis from a working interest holder. As it subsequently turned out the basis for the cash distribution was improper and Morrison misrepresented the entire issue. As I understand it, charges are going to be bought in both Texas and the UK by the WI holder. This is going to get very nasty for both Morrison and Moxon who have milked this company dry with their excessive fees and salaries. A single asset company run from an office in Mayfair is disaster.
ih_393528
20/6/2013
01:34
Raj , I'm not sure that fraud charges would stick , some of his remuneration was in shares and he took shares in at least one placing at over 20p so he won't be walking away with his pockets full of cash, though he would have made a net gain . I think incompetence would be a fair accusation , as for the FSA (or whatever its called these days), failing to disclose price sensitive info in a timely manner is something that might stick. I don't know what he said to you personally, but if you feel that he lied then you may have a case.
colva
19/6/2013
21:06
Would it be possible for the ordinary PI to also file a claim against him..seeing as hes defrauded us all with his lies and bs.
rajaster
19/6/2013
15:50
I don't think many would shed a tear for the man...
grannyboy
19/6/2013
15:06
The Company is finished, and I suspect that the Directors are in the line of fire personally for legal action against them in Texas. I have heard talk of fraud charges being filed against Morrison in Houston. That has severe implications.
ih_393528
19/6/2013
03:43
Sadly, I don't see any way that they can dig themselves out of this hole , it looks likely that the asset will be auctioned off and SLME have no control of the process or the price, with debts nearing 1m GBP that will have to be paid off, I don't see anything being left in the kitty for shareholders.
colva
18/6/2013
19:11
Are they still working , have we been selling any oil or gas recently?
hushwing
18/6/2013
19:02
If we can make an arrangement with MAFL for the £750,000 loan due July 1st, the rest may fall into place. Surely this £80,000 default on shares and now this bit we owe Dominion £146,563.69 (converted)is peanuts. The company isn't going to sink 'for sake of a halfpenny of tar' is it? It's the bigger £750,000 and future funding that is the problem.
ih_187994
18/6/2013
16:36
Showme - you appear well connected in the case of silvermere having posted numerous pieces of factual information . Do you personally see any way out for silvermere that would get any money back for shareholders ? Mafl surely will not throw anymore money in unless they are confident the mustang asset will produce the goods
seblufc
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