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
  -0.15p -3.16% 4.60p 4.55p 4.65p 4.775p 4.125p 4.775p 58,235,272 11:22:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.2 -2.0 -0.1 - 162.85

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20/10/2017
09:20
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 4.75p.
UK Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 4.03p and a 12 week average price of 4.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 3,540,120,962 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 230,485,561 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Oil & Gas is £162,845,564.25.
13/10/2017
15:53
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
10:51
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.
12/10/2017
19:38
atino: [Quote] "UK Oil & Gas bounces back after Broadford Bridge disappointment" |Miranda Wadham | October 12, 2017 The UK Oil & Gas PLC (LON:UKOG) share price rebounded on Thursday following sharp declines after the announcement of operational problems in the Broadford Bridge well. UKOG commissioned two independent reviews of the well which found the cement bonding wasn’t suitable for testing and further development would be required for a successful flow test. Cement-bonding is crucial to managing pressure in wells and allowing for advanced testing. The news sent shares as low as 4.2p on Wednesday, the lowest level since the end of July. Investor frustration..... 541;(ಠ_ಠ)ノ The sell-off yesterday sent the share price through the 100-day moving average. The next level of strong support is likely to be in the 3p - 3.5p region 📉 🙌 at the 50-day moving average 🙇🏂 and a series of closing prices posted in July 2017. The set back will cause frustration among investors 😱😱😱😱 who have been eagerly anticipating results and further indication of commercial viability. UKOG holds stakes in fields in the Weald Basin in the South or England, including one where the socalled ‘Gatwick Gusher’ is located. Stephen Sanderson, CEO of UKOG commented: The recovery of free, mobile light oil and solution gas to surface is significant and encouraging news and testament to the Kimmeridge Limestone reservoir’s ability to deliver hydrocarbons even from a less than optimal completion. The periods of good natural flow and identification of additional prospective reservoir zones to flow test add further positive outcomes. Although the forthcoming workover presents additional unplanned work, the reservoir zone’s cement-bond integrity is readily rectifiable by the planned short cement-squeeze phase, a common-place and routine oilfield practice. The well will then be restored to an optimal condition for further testing. I am confident that the revised forward testing plan will be able to deliver the results that will help demonstrate BB-1 near term commercial viability. Shares in UK Oil & Gas (LON:UKOG) traded 6% higher at 10.00am on Thursday. http://www.theinvestmentobserver.co.uk/companies/2017/10/12/uk-oil-gas-lonukog-bounces-back-broadford-bridge-disappointment-3ha983yh/
04/10/2017
09:08
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/
30/9/2017
20:31
amr2017: I have been researching how the share price normally moves when a well is spuded and the how the share price moves up on speculation and expectation. Here the share price movements are not reflecting expectation and speculation imho. However it is my opinion that social media is being used to sway opinions in an industrial way, I believe that we are witnessing a new tool being used to sway market sentiment that Adam Smith would recognise. I have quietly studied these boards for years and how shorters often reflect the falling share price at any given time as mm's move the share price down. I believe there is a direct correlation between unjustifiable downwards share prices and negative posters on these boards. It is transparent imho how when the share price is falling unjustifiably that the boards are infested with negative posters working in tandem. Adam Smith would definitely have recognised the value in fake news on these boards. This imho is a once in a life time investment, I for one intend to shout from the roof tops if we are ripped of. Rant over, back to the beer.
25/9/2017
08:32
7767: Can get price , "Google UKOG share price" and then refresh search to get real time
22/9/2017
11:57
whattheduce: FRR is a practice run for UKOG share price the next time ss sneezes!
18/9/2017
10:26
atino: Did I miss something ? LOL 😜 All of a sudden my 7.385 doesn't look so bad & just within reach:-) [Quote RGM RNS - 15 September 2017] Further to the announcement of 1 September 2017, Regency Mines Plc, the natural resource company with interests in oil and mineral exploration and development, announces that it has sold the remaining balance of 6,826,158 shares in UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG") at an average net price of 8.20 pence per UKOG share for a total net consideration of GBP557,080. The acquisition cost of the sold shares under the agreement announced on 10 July 2017 was GBP105,566. Company Chairman Andrew Bell comments: "A significant rise in the UKOG share price since our last sales was a factor in our decision to resume sales from our UKOG holding and provided the opportunity to complete our disposal of the shares that we received as consideration for our interest in Horse Hill Developments Ltd. These sales together with those announced at the beginning of the month mean that we have sold 17,361,862 shares in UKOG for net proceeds of GBP1,297,700. These funds have enabled us to deleverage the business, and have provided working capital and the capital required to invest in Curzon Energy and to progress the rationalization of our coal interests in the United States." 🏂🏂🏂🏂 7938;🏂ӿ38;📉📉;📉📉📉📉28201;
18/9/2017
07:05
moneymunch: 15 September 2017 Further to the announcement of 1 September 2017, Regency Mines Plc, the natural resource company with interests in oil and mineral exploration and development, announces that it has sold the remaining balance of 6,826,158 shares in UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG") at an average net price of 8.20 pence per UKOG share for a total net consideration of £557,080. The acquisition cost of the sold shares under the agreement announced on 10 July 2017 was £105,566. Company Chairman Andrew Bell comments: "A significant rise in the UKOG share price since our last sales was a factor in our decision to resume sales from our UKOG holding and provided the opportunity to complete our disposal of the shares that we received as consideration for our interest in Horse Hill Developments Ltd. These sales together with those announced at the beginning of the month mean that we have sold 17,361,862 shares in UKOG for net proceeds of £1,297,700. These funds have enabled us to deleverage the business, and have provided working capital and the capital required to invest in Curzon Energy and to progress the rationalization of our coal interests in the United States."
11/9/2017
08:18
hans christian andersen: 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. The magic million If you're looking to increase your return from the stock market, I can tell you that the experts at the Motley Fool have figured out a number of simple steps that could bring a seven-figure-sum stock portfolio within the reach of many ordinary investors.
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