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
  -0.025p -1.37% 1.80p 1.75p 1.85p 1.825p 1.75p 1.825p 12,104,174 10:36:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.2 -1.7 -0.1 - 45.86

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28/9/2016
09:20
UK Oil & Gas Daily Update: UK Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKOG. The last closing price for UK Oil & Gas was 1.83p.
UK Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 1.85p and a 12 week average price of 1.58p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.33p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.86p.
There are currently 2,547,634,099 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 21,230,093 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Oil & Gas is £45,857,413.78.
07/9/2016
22:12
theuniversal: Money munch why base it on npv and what has this to do with pricing in the sp?I was going by the poo and % for ukog in their licences ÷ by shares in issue. ...Can you elaborate a little on npv and why it is important to use by the MM on valuing ukog share price.. would like to hear your thoughts on this cheers bud.Ps: the smart money is accumulating now me thinks ;-)
02/8/2016
16:52
funkmasterp12: LSE is depressing. I've just seen this comment: "However I am reviewing the logic proposed on this BB that UKOG's low share price is to encourage sellers such as MPET to accept shares in part payment for their assets." REALLY? Does this not person not understand the basics of what they're doing? A company's valuation isn't and cannot be deliberately depressed! The share price isn't going up because not enough shares are being purchased - it's really that simple. I would wager the reason UKOG have used shares to make the previous acquisitions is a) they couldn't afford the free cash and b) the shares could be flipped. Note that neither RNS had any reference to the holders being subject to lock-ins. Nice work if you can get it. Terrible for private investors. And we've covered MPET enough before - buying their share would be awful for current holders, I still cannot fathom for the life of me work out why people want it. That is of course if they've thought properly about it and not just thought "Great! More of Horse Hill for us!". Because that would be very silly. Oh, wait..
26/7/2016
22:36
moneymunch: Deficiency notice If a company is in violation of the continued listing standards for a period of 30 consecutive days, the NASDAQ sends a "deficiency notice." The most common reasons for a deficiency notice are a share price that falls below $1.00 or a market cap that falls below the stated minimum (as low as $5 million if other requirements are satisfied). Once a deficiency notice has been sent, the company has 90 days to comply with the continued listing standards, or 180 days if the violation was for a sub-$1.00 share price. In order to be compliant, the company's share price or market cap must rise above the minimum for at least 10 consecutive days in the 90-day (or 180-day) period.
19/7/2016
11:27
kevjones2: Lh, the whole MPET stuff is a complete construct of one ramper, an illegal construct I might add. It is pure supposition. The same loon categorically stated only last night that an RNS on the Nutech report was unlikely until MPET decide what to do with their holding. Obviously, he was wrong as usual but the point is that this poster has created several entire scenarios involving MPET, Shell, ESSO to name but a few. Here we are still discussing it as though it's real. Lol. I shouldn't laugh because this greedy pig is encouraging new investors to part with their money under false pretences. The same moron is now back-tracking by repeating a slightly different version of his previous statement that there'd be no RNS without Mpets position being known. The new bs he's saying now is that there'll be no RNS updating Kimmerdge until Mpets position is known. Here's the thing: it is highly illegal for companies to withhold information that would affect the share price. Effectively, that ramper is stating that UKOG are operating illegally. It's not his first time to imply that UKOG have withheld share price sensitive information i.e. behaved illegally. Each time he does this is when his predictions regarding what RNSs will or will not contain are wrong. He's always wrong but what he's doing to protect his crazed ramblings is highlighting the possibility that UKOG are breaking the law. UKOG is a decent longterm investment. It does not need its biggest ramper implying its operating illegally. Mpet's position on various issues is relevant to UKOG obviously but it is not forcing UKOG to behave illegally. Any information that UKOG have on Kimmeridge has been released unless the highly unlikely event of another RNS being issued this evening occurs.
07/6/2016
10:42
funkmasterp12: Forwood - ban me if you like, it won't make any difference to your investment in UKOG though. I have offered balanced opinion and have not personally attacked anyone. And actually, if you look at the share price performance and my predictions, I have been mostly right. I got the timing of the placing wrong, but I did say it would be at a discount, that it would not be placed to serious investors and that it would create a large stock over-hang. All of those things appear to have happened. I also have said that buying MPET would be suicidal and offered countless reasons why. The rampers on the other hand have said placings would be at a premium (it wasn't), that the price of oil would boost the UKOG share price (it hasn't) and that the EY report would be "transformational" (it wasn't - and none of the other HHDL companies ran with it!). I offer no opinion on Nutech, other than to think it'll create a share price spike is misguided. There's too much stock now in the way from the placing. Where I do think there are opportunities are for UKOG to raise meaningful amounts of cash, to proper investors - which shouldn't be an issue if the prospects are so good. £4m won't last long, they need to raise a lot more to get the well into proper testing and into production. This however would mean serious dilution from the current levels. Buyers should also be aware that oil prospects mean very little when the company is running on a wafer thin balance sheet. If you want to ban me for offering an honest opinion, so be it. But as said, it won't help your position.
03/6/2016
10:42
orinocor: Listen to moneymunch. He knows what he is talking about. He'll still know what he's talking about when the share price is 0.5p. moneymunch 24 May'16 - 10:52 - 3705 of 3891 1 0 Lol funky, the consolidation of share price at c2p for weeks suggests a placing is very likely soon, at a price above 1.93p and below 2p...no big buys over 2p for weeks but no big sells in volume under 1.93p and everything in between appears to be quietly hoovered up. The delay in the fund raise no doubt is related to negotiations with Mpet fot acquisitions of some or all of their 35%, which is also holding up the release of the reserves upgrade imho.....Big big news imminent and a significant rise in share price as new investors rush in, to a fully funded Ukog and a stellar reserves upgrade.....exciting times :-)
21/4/2016
10:56
funkmasterp12: Nothing from me... just to make it really clear, if Brent dropped below $40 or even $20, I still don't think it would have any impact on the UKOG share price.
18/4/2016
08:24
orinocor: The UKOG share price should be tanking here. UKOG's share is only worth £6.3M, if 7.8% is worth £1.8M.
11/4/2016
15:26
fission453: from lse ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP SHOULD BE UP TO 4 TIMES HIGHER. With news on the value of Horse Hill due very soon, time to highlight again how MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA's share price is compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,043,907,000 shares @ 1.95 p per share is valued at £39.58 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.36 p per share is valued at £4.62 million UKOG has 30 % of Horse Hill ALBA has 15 % of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £39.58 million divided by 2. That is £ 19.79 million Which which means ALBA's share price should be 1.53p. That is 4.25 TIMES the current 0 .36 p share price of ALBA. If UKOG's share price increases, the corresponding ALBA's share price should be as follows. UKOG ALBA 2.5 p 1.98 p 2.75 p 2.18 p 3.0 p 2.38 p 4.0 p 3.17 p This illustrates how cheap ALBA's share price is.
11/4/2016
09:57
loobrush: Alba is a better bet on share price rise by far. lse posting ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP SHOULD BE UP TO 4 TIMES HIGHER. With news on the value of Horse Hill due very soon, time to highlight again how MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA's share price is compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,043,907,000 shares @ 1.95 p per share is valued at £39.58 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.36 p per share is valued at £4.62 million UKOG has 30 % of Horse Hill ALBA has 15 % of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £39.58 million divided by 2. That is £ 19.79 million Which which means ALBA's share price should be 1.53p. That is 4.25 TIMES the current 0 .36 p share price of ALBA. If UKOG's share price increases, the corresponding ALBA's share price should be as follows. UKOG ALBA 2.5 p 1.98 p 2.75 p 2.18 p 3.0 p 2.38 p 4.0 p 3.17 p This illustrates how cheap ALBA's share price is. Buy ALBA
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