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
  +0.075p +7.32% 1.10p 1.05p 1.15p 1.10p 1.00p 1.025p 26,713,612 15:41:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.2 -0.1 - 27.81

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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 1.03p.
Sirius Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 0.88p and a 12 week average price of 0.78p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.53p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.31p.
There are currently 2,528,029,522 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,345,139 shares. The market capitalisation of Sirius Petroleum is £27,808,324.74.
deadly nightshade: dr rosso / sherlock these millions of 5p share options jack and bobo have. after being given could they in theory be made cheaper say for instance 3p? i ask this because surely it must still be a good sign that they have been kept at the 5p level as this makes one think that the bod have some hope that the share price will at some point be a lot higher. if i had 10 million share options then i would surely at least want to see share price at around 10p mark. any thoughts guys??
deadly nightshade: the shares being traded the last few days that have led to a 16% rise monday and a 10% fall today are a spit in the ocean compared to the amount of shares in issue here. bull$$$$ teller keeps spouting about pump and dump but surely it would take a serious amount of shares to be off loaded at a lot higher current price to make a dump worth while. the mm's backsides buckle up on a few million sell and they drop the price 10% so not sure what they would do if a proper dump ever did take place they would be scared stiff to take any large amount of sells without a large fall in share price i would have thought. current share price is just like a cat and mouse situation untill we get some proper news here. the fact bull$$$$ teller and a odd other clown with a new recent id keep popping up deramping lead me to beleave this still might have a little while longer to go.
sherl0ck: Whilst fully suspecting that the reason we've never drilled and don't look like any other O&G company is that our strategy may have always been to ringfence and sell up, I've previously questioned 1) how we could possibly sell assets we don't yet own for a high price? 2) why would we sell when there's so much developmental growth potential? More recently however I came to a realisation that CPRs could be much more valuable to us than drilling, in which case we could establish a sizeable 2C value across a portfolio that we hold exclusive options on (critical that these are proven, pre-drilled) and which could be unlocked relatively cheaply in the current climate because it's still a big win-win for the current asset owners/partners/Ondo etc. Once you secure the asset pipeline via some initial funding and you've aligned with partners/financiers, the 2C numbers can then convert to highly valuable 2P reserves if the only contingencies holding this back are the drilling/development funding & FDPs (note the TAC has been established for nearly 3 years). I mentioned before the completely true story about how a house seller enabled us to buy his more expensive property by buying ours first so we could then access the extra equity needed. I wonder if a similar principle of cooperation might be applicable here? Partners want to secure our pipeline and so lend us the money to access it? Unusual, but again, hypothetically possible. Whilst we don't yet have any other asset info, the calibre of the interested partners and some critical RNS info demonstrates a certain large scale and if one or more parties want a slice of this highly prized pie (and I've said why I think gas in particular is a focal point), they'll have to pay good money. This then answers my question of why sell now? If we can actually attribute a high value to the portfolio now, why not just sell and let the big boys take on development for the next 20 years+. We get what we want, as do they. So despite our current share price, I think it is entirely logical that we could be sitting on an absolute goldmine here. It is also entirely logical that we might choose to sell this sooner than later. Rosso correctly points out that we look nothing like Lek or Eland etc, which is precisely why I've been buying here rather than in those companies. I took another 600k here first thing this morning. Even if there isn't an imminent exit....the potential is still staggering. Unlike some holders, I'm rather glad the market hasn't really grasped this yet and the share price is such good value.
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
edgein: Interesting article regarding BP. That'll certainly put a rocket under the share price if confirmed. Its not unheard of to do deals with small companies. BP a few years back sold the company making Erskine field to SQZ and look at their share price since, was 5-6p at the time. BP backing an investment programme in Nigeria for SRSP would obviously be transformational. Also similarly with Erskine, the vendor financing means production pays for development, by financial close Erskine had paid for itself through production. So its not beyond imagination that BP would do a deal with an AIM tiddler. Regards, Ed.
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.
deadly nightshade: jt you make a valid point, it makes you wonder how many spare shares the mm's are sitting on as surely lately there has been more buying then selling and still the share price is stuck in a rut its like the mm's have a endless supply of spare shares thats keeping this share price in check. i think even the twitter lot have been taken aback by the no rise in the share price. something surely has got to ignite this soon if all this drilling is going to come in the next few weeks. something is keeping the share price stuck in this trading range for the last few weeks.
deadly nightshade: Just to pick up on a point from sherlock, what we have also got to remember here is where our asset / possible assets are based in nigeria that will have a anchor effect on the share price, you only have to look at SAN LEON / SEPLAT / LEK share prices to see that they are producing and have still not got big valuations based on their assets. I can remember when SAN LEON was suspended everyone was talking about £3 a share once it was traded again and when it did it hardly rose to 60pish and just about doubled. Also worth remembering that oil/gas in the ground is valued at peanuts these days just ask rockhopper / providence / ophir etc there share price is hardly reflecting the worth of oil/gas in the ground. We need to be producing asap and turning over a revenue which will then bring other assets on line. Talk of 15p - 50p here has surely got to be a bit wishfull thinking. 2P-4P short term would be a massive acheivement considering where we are at the moment plus add on the state of the oil market at the moment. I think the days of silly valuations for e and p companies are long gone. If this was 10 years ago yes we could be seeing another pence to pounds rises like we use to see but the only thing the markets want now is profit on production.
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