Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
UK Oil & Gas LSE:UKOG London Ordinary Share GB00B9MRZS43 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30p -6.70% 4.175p 4.10p 4.25p 4.475p 3.925p 4.475p 122,235,058 16:24:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.2 -2.0 -0.1 - 148.13

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19/11/2017
08:20
UK Oil & Gas Daily Update: UK Oil & Gas is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKOG. The last closing price for UK Oil & Gas was 4.48p.
UK Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 3.90p and a 12 week average price of 3.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 3,548,120,962 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 48,636,617 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Oil & Gas is £148,134,050.16.
18/11/2017
22:03
terry hardacre: That's a little unfair on His Excellency, the Ambassador Hearts, Gismo, who has only just arrived after a rather unfortunate unplanned diversion via the war zone that is ANGS.But yes, the wonderful thing about our job is that we get paid 7p/post + 1 bag of chocolate buttons per % point knocked off the UKOG share price.I'm afraid business is business, and you wouldn't turn your nose up at a deal like that.
17/11/2017
10:33
loglorry1: In the meantime Ukog share price continues climbing, as does Angus by the looks of it MoneyMunch I know you don't like reality but you can hardly claim ANGS and UKOG share prices are rising. They are both down dramatically today and the past few days. Even the uber bulls here have stopped shouting about muti thousand bbls a day flow rates at BB.
15/11/2017
13:41
moneymunch: When they start converting the loan into shares, they'll want the share price heading upwards along with the rest of us, and as they can't short the equity it will be in their interest to keep Ukog's share price as high as possible....Gla holders:-) The Loan attracts 0% interest and may, at the sole discretion of the Investors, be converted into new ordinary shares in the Company. The conversion price is the lower of either a share price of 8 pence, or 90% of the Company's lowest daily volume weighted average price ("VWAP") during the five days prior to the conversion date. The Loan is convertible in tranches of not less than GBP250,000, with a limit of GBP3 million per quarter, unless otherwise agreed by the Company. The Loan includes a provision that, for as long as any portion of the Loan is outstanding, neither the Investors nor any of their affiliates shall hold any net short position with respect to the equity of UKOG. UKOG can repay the principal amount of the Loan at any time for cash, provided that the 5-day VWAP of the Company's equity is less than 8 pence and a prepayment fee equal to 10 per cent of the principal amount of the Loan then outstanding is paid by the Company to the Investors.
15/11/2017
09:33
whattheduce: scotty, possibly but would you do so now with pre-flow test share price levels or wait for post HH extended testing? The promised dilution form the spookers may not be here for at least a year. The TWO year cap is to ensure the finance package has a definable end date. The restriction on maximum sale limits and short positions is to ensure no big impact movements under normal day to day share trading but allows some staged repayments if the investors did need a cash access route. The contract is pretty harsh on the binding clauses actually. Just because there are cash-in options doesn't mean they will be used. It is like having a long term savings account and the bank allows multiple withdrawals with 5 days notice rather than no withdrawals over 2 year cycles. You just never know when you need access to your cash so you are tempted with the access savings account. I doubt they would even consider conversion for a year and then will be very careful to ensure they time it to convert the lot. By then UKOG share price will look very, very different and the impact will possibly be lost as noise in the daily volume of a company on the brink of major oil production from several locations!
06/11/2017
08:15
7767: UKOG share price not reacting favourably to Angus news though
23/10/2017
13:07
bbmsionlypostafter: BTW, I hope you've spotted that the fact that I am correct in claiming that nobody is shorting UKOG means those claiming it is being heavily shorted & the UKOG share price is being manipulated by shorters are lying to you. If they're lying about the short position, then chances are they're lying about other UKOG matters & you are being manipulated by people or groups of people to suit their own position. It would be prudent to discount ANYTHING said on here unless you can INDEPENDENTLY ESTABLISH FOR YOURSELF that it is true. HTH.
20/10/2017
18:46
atino: Hmmm 🤔....quite fitting after today's RNS 🙇 (...don't you's fink 😉 :-) [Quote] Why UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC’s (AIM:UKOG) Investor Composition Impacts Your Returns In this analysis, my focus will be on developing a perspective on UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC’s (AIM:UKOG) latest ownership structure, a less discussed, but important factor. A company’s ownership structure is often linked to its share performance in both the long- and short-term. Differences in ownership structure of companies can have a profound effect on how management’s incentives are aligned with shareholder returns, and whether they adhere to corporate governance best practices. Although this is an important factor for long-term investors, many investors can also be impacted by institutional presence and their high-volume trading. Now I will analyze UKOG’s shareholder registry in more detail. Institutional Ownership UKOG’s 84.52% institutional ownership seems enough to cause large share price movements in the case of significant share sell-off or acquisitions by institutions, particularly when there is a low level of public shares available on the market to trade. Although UKOG has a high institutional ownership, such stock moves, in the short-term, are more commonly linked to a particular type of active institutional investors – hedge funds. For shareholders in UKOG, sharp price movements may not be a major concern as the primarily active ones, hedge funds, hardly hold a mentionable stake in the company. Although this doesn’t necessarily lead to high short-term volatility, we should dig deeper into UKOG’s ownership structure to find how the remaining owner types can affect its investment profile. Insider Ownership I find insiders are another important group of stakeholders, who are directly involved in making key decisions related to the use of capital. In essence, insider ownership is more about the alignment of shareholders’ interests with the management. With a minor stake in UKOG, insiders seem to have some alignment of interest with shareholders. A higher level of insider ownership has been found to reflect the choosing of projects with higher return on investments compared to lower returning projects for the sake of expansion. In addition to this, it may be interesting to look at insider buying and selling activities. Keep in mind that buying may be sign of upbeat future expectations, but selling doesn’t necessarily mean the opposite as the insiders might just be doing it out of their personal financial needs. General Public Ownership With 6.77% ownership, the general public are also an important ownership class in UKOG. This size of ownership, while considerably large for a public company, may not be enough to change company policy if the decision is not in sync with other large shareholders. Private Company Ownership Another important group of owners for potential investors in UKOG are private companies that hold a stake of 4.94% in UKOG. These are companies that are mainly invested due to their strategic interests or are incentivized by reaping capital gains on investments their shareholdings. However, an ownership of this size may be relatively insignificant, meaning that these shareholders may not have the potential to influence UKOG’s business strategy. Thus, investors not need to worry too much about the consequences of these holdings. What this means for you: Are you a shareholder? The company’s high institutional ownership makes margin of safety a very important consideration to existing investors since long bull and bear trends often emerge when these big-ticket investors see a change in long-term potential of the company. This is to avoid getting trapped in a sustained sell-off that is often observed in stocks with this level of institutional participation. Looking for ways to reinforce your current portfolio holdings? Take a look at our free platform for a list of stocks with a strong growth potential. Are you a potential investor? If you are building an investment case for UKOG, ownership structure alone should not dictate your decision to buy or sell the stock. Rather, you should be looking at fundamental drivers like the future growth expectations around UKOG, which is a key factor that will influence UKOG’s share value. Take a look at our most recent infographic report on UKOG for a more in-depth analysis of these factors to help you make a more well-informed investment decision. NB: Figures in this article are calculated using data from the last twelve months, which refer to the 12-month period ending on the last date of the month the financial statement is dated. This may not be consistent with full year annual report figures. https://simplywall.st/news/2017/10/20/why-uk-oil-gas-investments-plcs-aimukog-investor-composition-impacts-your-returns/
13/10/2017
14:53
hans christian andersen: Yet another one from the sleaze brigade; "My good pal the bear raider Waseeem Shakoor posted a few thoughts on UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) this morning over at ADVFN. He, like Lucian Miers, is now well in profit but staying short at 4.6p. I explained in bearcast why he is right to do so. Here is Waseem... I started scaling into a short position at 3.4p on UKOG and added much more into the huge ramp over recent months - very significantly in profit now - although I expect to do a lot better as this inevitably drops much lower. UKOG were only offered money at 2p by bucket shops when the shares were 6p+ and the possibility remained that the BB well would flow without problems. The last RNS was a disaster, and the only thing holding up the share price is a misguided belief that the shares are now cheap. In fact, they are horrendously expensive, with virtually no backing at all for a market cap. of £170m. At what price will the placing be set and how much can be raised? Retail shareholders (through Primary Bid) are probably good for a couple of £million, and they'll probably pay whatever is asked of them - say 3.5p? However, that isn't going to be much use to UKOG. The other source of funds for UKOG is people who are short, who are natural buyers. That won't prove to be much of a comfort to holders as the l;ast 3 companies where I took part in placings to close shorts went on to go MUCH lower. The money was useful to the companies concerned but the reasons for which I was short were still there. Personally, I think UKOG would be best advised to go for a quick and dirty £2m via Primary Bid, then let someone like the YA loose with death spiral financing). There is so much fat in the current share price, UKOG could still get £5-6m in at good levels, even if they have to take the price down to 1p. It's all money in the bank for an "asset" that is traded between AIM companies at a fraction of the implied placing prices."
13/10/2017
09:51
wshak: I started scaling into a short position at 3.4p on UKOG and added much more into the huge ramp over recent months - very significantly in profit now - although I expect to do a lot better as this inevitably drops much lower. UKOG were only offered money at 2p by bucket shops when the shares were 6p+ and the possibility remained that the BB well would flow without problems. The last RNS was a disaster, and the only thing holding up the share price is a misguided belief that the shares are now cheap. In fact, they are horrendously expensive, with virtually no backing at all for a market cap. of £170m. At what price will the placing be set and how much can be raised? Retail shareholders (through Primary Bid) are probably good for a couple of £million, and they'll probably pay whatever is asked of them - sy 3.5p? However, that isn't going to be much use to UKOG. The other source of funds for UKOG is people who are short, who are natural buyers. That won't prove to be much of a comfort to holders as the l;ast 3 companies where I took part in placings to close shorts went on to go MUCH lower. The money was useful to the companies concerned but the reasons for which I was short were still there. Personally, I think UKOG would be best advised to go for a quick and dirty £2m via Primary Bid, then let someone like the YA loose with death spiral financing). There is so much fat in the current share price, UKOG could still get £5-6m in at good levels, even if they have to take the price down to 1p. It's all money in the bank for an "asset" that is traded between AIM companies at a fraction of the implied placing prices.
04/10/2017
08:08
atino: Morning Grumpster [Quote, 10 Sept 2017] Is UK Oil & Gas Investments plc a millionaire-maker stock? One of the most talked about AIM stocks on financial discussion boards, UK Oil & Gas Investments (LSE: UKOG), has already made more than a few investors £1m+ profits. And there are plenty of people who are convinced that the gains to date are just the start of what will be a massive upward trajectory for the shares. Stunning rise in value UK Oil & Gas Investments (UKOG) came into being in 2013 via a reverse listing. It was renamed to reflect its new investing policy and said “the company will be seeking investments specifically in the domestic conventional oil and gas sector here in the UK.” The shares opened at 0.35p on the first day of trading as UKOG and with 677.4m shares in issue, the company’s market cap was £2.4m. Today, with the shares at 8.5p and with multiple fundraisings and exercises of warrants etc. having taken the number of shares to 3,538m, the market cap is £300m. Controversy UKOG acquired a significant interest in Horse Hill licences covering 55 square miles of the Weald Basin and was thrust into the limelight on 9 April 2015 when it reported a significant upgrade to the Horse Hill-1 well near Gatwick Airport. The ‘Gatwick Gusher’ hit the national headlines, with the likes of the BBC reporting up to 100bn barrels of oil beneath the whole of the Weald Basin. This was highly misleading. UKOG chief executive Stephen Sanderson denied that he or anyone at the company had provided this information to the media, but the BBC broadcast video evidence showing that he had. Furthermore, UKOG has been subject to ongoing criticism from a number of sources. An article by David Smythe, Emeritus Professor of Geophysics in the University of Glasgow, is just one example, while reader comments below the article, criticising the criticism further muddy the waters. Valuation 🙇 Oil exploration companies are difficult to asses for a lay investor at the best of times but when the technical data and assumptions based on it are as disputed as UKOG’s appear to be, the task of weighing up the probabilities of different outcomes becomes even more difficult. Add in variables for different scenarios of future funding requirements, shareholder dilution and so on, and assessing investment risk and potential reward at the prevailing share price becomes thoroughly imponderable. Clearly, UKOG’s current running annualised numbers — revenue of £208,000 and an operating loss of £2.1m — fall light years short of justifying its £300m market cap. Neither can it be anywhere near justified based on the Horse Hill-1 flow tests, UKOG’s 32.4% interest and the current oil price, which give annual revenue of £10m, if we’re generous. So, the 8.5p share price and £300m market cap is already celebrating what is currently promised over the horizon, beyond Horse Hill-1, as assured commercial production. It’s possible UKOG could go on to be a millionaire-maker stock for investors buying today. But due to the chief executive’s economical-with-the-truth episode 🤥, plus the contentious nature of the company’s prospects, and the premium price, it’s a stock I’m personally avoiding ! 😱😱😱😱 8561; http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/09/10/is-uk-oil-gas-investments-plc-a-millionaire-maker-stock/
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