Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius Petroleum LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.125p 1.10p 1.15p - - - 0 06:30:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.2 -0.1 - 28.44

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Sirius Petroleum Daily Update: Sirius Petroleum is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRSP. The last closing price for Sirius Petroleum was 1.13p.
Sirius Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 1.13p and a 12 week average price of 1p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.53p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 2,528,029,522 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Sirius Petroleum is £28,440,332.12.
deadly nightshade: Yes in my opinion selling this off is probably the best and maybe only way to unlock short term value here for us shareholders. if we only get ororo news in the AD and if we do end up with some further dilution then who knows we might struggle to see even 2p here in the short term. what ever the share price comes back at will tell us all we need to know of what value the market puts on this. if this comes back at under 2p then whats the odds of this drifting down after the initial spike. i have seen far to many aim good things never come to anything. i am not being negative i am just keeping a level head, all this talk of 50p is total pie in the sky at this moment in time. lets just hope this AD blows our socks off and puts a rocket under the share price.
deadly nightshade: well lets just say if this comes back at 1p there would be a lot of us folk wondering what the hell this has all been about after all these years of waiting. so for that matter alone we will on paper need at least 2p-3p short term just as a miniumn to get this ball rolling. we have also got to hope that the market buys into what we hopefully have here, a lot of companies are a bit like marmite in the sense that investors either love them or hate them. there are multiple oil companies sitting with low valuations with very little pi interest in their current share prices. ukog is a share that investors have really grown a interest in and the sort of rush there is what we need here. the main thing we need here is to get these "assets" into production asap and get that cash rolling in for the oil and gas, that way our share price can only go one way and thats up!! the profit is there and so are the tax advantages for srsp they just need to be exploited as fast as possible by drilling these wells
carrbradshaw: The other Sirius (LSE:SRSP) To deal with Sirius Petroleum (SRSP) first, it had been showing - from our perspective - early signals of something important happening. Then, suddenly, trade in their shares ceased pending some sort of announcement. It results in the situation where we can now speculate on what is required to make the share useful as a longer-term punt or even as a near term trade. When "they" pressed the pause button on Sirius, it was trading around 1.12p and, in the event of it resuming trade priced above 1.37, we're showing coming growth toward 2p as a viable ambition. But if "they" opt to relist it above 2p, the game changes as movement toward 2.6 is hoped, perhaps even 3.5p. And, should some miracle take the share above 3.5p, we'd require to give the tea leaves a damned good shake and run the numbers again. Of course, "they" could opt do the nasty on traders by relisting, then immediately diluting the number of shares in circulation. Only if this drove the price below the red line on the chart below (currently 0.92p) would we be seriously alarmed. The only reason for bringing this up has been behaviour from a few other companies over the years who sometimes appear less concerned at their share price than we'd prefer.
deadly nightshade: JT that's what one would hope, i just hope the share price turns out better then what happened at san leon, i can remember when they were suspended for months and when they finally came back the share price spiked around 50% and is now pratically back down and not far off where it was before their big news. Hopefully here we will see a lot of other "assets" revealed and this is what we will need to get this share price really going. i am now not even thinking of the oil rig after the heavy lift ship false alarm, concentrating on this rig might be leading us all in the wrong direction, who knows there might stll be a big surprise to play out one never knows it would be nice to think a mystery buyer might still be lurking out there and snap all this up. exciting times what ever and worse case i cant see the share price being a lot lower on re admission
edgein: Interesting share price response to BP giving the green light to the Ororo drilling campaign. Reminds me of SOLO pre Ntorya appraisal well, share price was between 0.19 and 0.22p to the build up to the action there. Folks also thought it was a good idea to use stop losses or sell before the appraisal drilling. Subsequently during drilling and +ve logs the share price hit 0.9p. The difference is here Ororo is 200ft net payable and SRSP are going to drill multiple appraisal wells back to back. Personally I'd hate to be forced out now before the share price has started to rise and the drilling campaign has got underway. Regards, Ed.
deadly nightshade: yep i will second that bh. In my opinion mm's are running scared, if they had a mass of spare shares on the books then surely the current share price would be dropping quicker then a lady of the nights draws? current positive share price surely looks as if it's expecting news. i have been invested in aim share where the share price has been hammered due to lack of news flow. the current share price here is not a lot lower then the recent record high of around 1.50 thats got to be a positive. you get the feeling that this might be a game of bluff, mm's may be scared to drop share price as they would be mobbed if it hit say 1p again and would they have the spare share to accomodate. add on the theory that most shares might now be being held by the ones that are holding firm and awaiting news then that might explain why the current share price has not gone up recently. what i like here is surely this is not your average joe bloggs holding all these shares this is more then just punt money, i still go back to the fact a few months back when all those millions of shares were traded day in day out when the spread was around 1.5% for around 4 days?? i am prepared to sit tight till year end the longer this goes on then hopefully the bigger the prize. all speculation and guess work of course but what else can folk do when news flow is zilch.
deadly nightshade: well done q for contacting infield i have been rushing around with work today so did not have time myself to contact infield thats what made me put up the infield post earlier beens they seemed to be the most up to date tracking.hope this helps the share price monday as its been one hell of a tough past months being invested here with no news. funny thing is if share price was say 2p we would not all be stressing so much but it takes the mick thinking that the current share price is only a fraction higher then when we had no news or companys signed up. i long for the day that we hit these mm's for six i want them on their knees begging for my shares at a lot higher price!!!
deadly nightshade: the same idiots that were saying 2p by close today are probably the same people that beleave the tooth fairy will leave them 20p under the pillow. as i said we will be lucky to see a 10% rise at best as it is share price is flat, there is nothing wrong with that as nothing goes up in a straight line, just a shame like the previous poster stated that prior to rns the share price had dropped 50%!!! so the mm's made a few quid on yesterdays fly up!! a lot of traders on here will get excited making 250 pound profit but the longterm holders know that this share price needs to be a lot higher as we hit 1.50 on schlum news so yesterdays bp revalations has barely made a dent on share price when you take into account the amount its dropped in past week. all we gotta do is sit tight let the idiots take there 250 profits and hope that they are locked out if big news comes
deadly nightshade: drrichard, these havoc warrants have they got to be activated when the share price reaches 2p? or are they like a lot of other warrants and can be activated at a lot higher share price say if the share price was 5p? a mate of mine has got warrants in sound energy for around 24p ish which he still has not activated even though share price is 70p ish
sherl0ck: It seems there's a huge gulf between the share price & the actuality of what is likely being worked on behind the scenes. We get a few glimpses of this from some of the RNSs but it's easy for the vision to become blurred when you only focus on the dwindling share price From the last AGM it was clear that the Board are somewhat hampered in not currently being able to show their hand and reveal everything. In this regard they're probably pretty frustrated too - especially when it's clear that many assume they're just holding a measly pair of twos rather than the royal flush it likely is. I'm sure they must be bursting to say more and totally confound their critics. However when the cards are finally shown, the share price will look after itself. That's all that ultimately matters here. Until then we're at the mercy of all sorts of manipulation, nefarious games, ignorance & trolls. Keep the faith, trust in your research and don't let anyone with clear ulterior motives persuade you to drop out at the final hurdle. When the RNSs land, grannytit won't be here to console or offer any apologies.
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