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Urals Energy Public Company LSE:UEN London Ordinary Share CY0000111027 ORD USD0.0063 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.375p 2.00p 2.75p 2.375p 2.375p 2.375p 17,583 07:51:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 18.5 -2.9 -1.4 - 5.92

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Urals Energy Daily Update: Urals Energy Public Company is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UEN. The last closing price for Urals Energy was 2.38p.
Urals Energy Public Company has a 4 week average price of 2.47p and a 12 week average price of 2.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.38p.
There are currently 249,251,146 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 50,740 shares. The market capitalisation of Urals Energy Public Company is £5,919,714.72.
darren81: It would be good to know exactly what the terms of these performance related share award were - anyone been able to source this? If it's linked to share price, i.e. they get 25 million shares between them when the share price hits 50p, then I'm all for it! If it's just turning up for work and ensuring the company does just enough to pay their salary, they return nothing to shareholders and the share price remains stagnant then i'll be voting no! If this isn't clarified before the AGM then i'll also be voting NO!
caledoniaman1: What about the new proposed 10% share scheme being related to the share price - eh !
amargosa: Whatever is going on, all that matters to us is the share price - and it's tanking. Lots of theories about of course so why not indulge in a bit more idle speculation: Mr Kononov (Adler Impex) has owned nearly 45% of the shares in issue. Does he still own them all? Maybe. But if he wanted to take the company private he could sell a few million of his shares to crash the share price and then come in with a low-ball offer, saving himself a fortune (that's what happens when you allow one shareholder to become too powerful). Or he might just need the cash from selling a few of his shares to pay his rent or his kids' private school fees - he may well be short of cash after his bank went bust. Come to think of it, should someone who may be short of a few rubles be in total control of our Company's finances, especially when he's driven his own company off a cliff? Just putting that thought out there. And what does that say about our BoDs for letting him drive our bus (referencing The Italian Job)? But wait, what about those two new assets in the Komi Region? A snip in a bombed-out oil market at $5.3m we didn't have. But it's OK, the dosh came out of a working capital loan that only needs repaying in December 2016 to the bank that took great pleasure in screwing us over in 2008/9. Those assets produce nothing and will cost a fortune to explore never mind put into production - these assets will save us, right? Maybe. They turn out to have been owned by a former employee of Urals Energy - our humble Vice President of Urals Energy LLC, responsible for Exploration and Production; he owned them right up to his tragic death - I wonder who put up the money to buy them with him? BTW, coincidentally, he arrived on exactly the same day as Mr Kononov, who took over as President of Urals Energy LLC. With Mr Dyviatov's passing, these assets transferred majestically to a Mr Glebov (surely an acronym), who promptly sold them to, er, Urals Energy, for a not-too-shabby sum. Just idle speculation all of it - I'm currently under the supervision of my private medical practitioner, Dr Smirnoff, so please ignore this entire post.
rcturner2: Tone, the oil price has already risen quite a bit and had no effect on the share price. Even with the good well result, production increases again had no effect on the share price. Shell is up 25% on the back of the oil price rise. If you want a play on the oil price simply buy an oil ETF. The economics of these oil minnows just do not add up, the market has realised this and priced them accordingly.
happyman7: Is it me or you who does not have a sense of humour, i am not sure. It is just that you do not (with probably good reason)appear to be happy. All i am suggesting is that a more rewarding investment would make you you happy. Of course a UEN investment could make you happy, but hitherto the current Management (in your eyes and others) is to blame for making you unhappy. I am not happy with the UEN share price, how much is down to the current lot is open to debate, obviously in your case, it seems that they are pretty much 100% guilty.
happyman7: It is plain that MR R hates/despises MR M and Mr D. They were former friends and now fallen out big time. Who suffers, we do, the poor pi's. MR R, it appears can not be shaken off. It is a pity that they can not kiss and make up. But whilst MR M and and MR D remain on board, Mr R will, it seems , will continue to cause mischief, to the detriment of the UEN share price and so to us. Just perhaps, if the the new lot come in, Mr R will not have reason to cause trouble and UEN can get on without any more black clouds, stirred up by him. Maybe despite what they say, the new lot will not pursue the $7M loan and MR R will not pursue the $43M. I am most likely talking utter rubbish, but i am possibly right about the Mr M / Mr D / MR R vicious triangle and that has contributed/had a sobering influence on the UEN share price.
happyman7: I do hope that both PI for and against will be able to listen/take part in the CC on Wednesday, i believe at 3pm It would be desirable if some intelligent person (that counts me out) could take notes and give a resume on this thread, later that evening. It could well be that some on either side have already made their mind up (perhaps even already voted) but there will be floaters, as well. One thing for sure, apart from i daresay a few, most want to see a rising share price as the past few years, correction looking at the chart, the last many years have been diabolical for the UEN share price , and more recently, it appears full of false dawns. (Of course traders, as opposed to investors have possibly made some money).
happyman7: chavitravi2,from earlier, i may be new to this thread, but i assure you that i am not new to UEN. I don't write much but have held UEN since early 2011, if you are disbelieving, Just see something from the "new moderated thread " happyman7 13 Jun'11 - 15:54 - 47475 of 66264 0 0 edit PS , maybe if there are some with money out there and are confident with UEN, then maybe this is a good time to buy in lots of 100,000 shares at 11.75 pence until they stop you or it goes up, over to you, any takers? happyman7 13 Jun'11 - 15:57 - 47476 of 66264 0 0 edit I am well under 1,000, 000 shares and i am disappointed to put it mildly. ucasavi 13 Jun'11 - 16:05 - 47477 of 66264 0 0 In this case join Urals Action Group. We will need as many votes as possible to perform exorcism. In Russia they say: fish rots from its head. or send an email to the BoD reminding them not to miss such a bargain and once in a while invest into their company. But I would not raise hopes too high: why pay if there are enough such mugs like we to rip off . happyman7 13 Jun'11 - 16:11 - 47478 of 66264 0 0 edit Sorry, can't get into any action group, well intentioned, but probably useless. You seem to retain a soh, thinking the bod will ever buy shares As you can see the share price at that time was 11.75p to buy. IMO the Management have been absolutely useless for years and the UEN share price, given the assets should be so much higher. If you Chavitravi2 and Kenny6 had anything about you, you would not hesitate to get rid of them, almost anyone new would do in their place. It can not go that much lower, well it can , if the current Management stay. There is every chance the share price will go much higher with the new people.
happyman7: To all on here:- In their letter FE are saying that the current malaise and uncertainty in UEN is the product of a breakdown in the personal relationships between Mr Maximov and Mr Dyachenko on one side and former director , Mr Rovneiko on the other. These were former friends and business partners. They are now at loggerheads with lots of personal motives and emotions at play here that us shareholders should not have to bear the brunt of. An example of this is the attempt by Mr Rovneiko to bankrupt the Company by the much talked about recent money claim that was promised to him by Mr Maximov. FE are convinced that new leadership is required to put this matter to rest and help the company to move forward. I tend to agree with that immediate sentence above. Once new leadership is installed i personally believe we will see a distinct and sustained improvement to the UEN share price. It will be a breath of fresh air.
millet 21: Click here MailOnline - news, sport, celebrity, science and health stories Money Home Markets Saving Investing Bills Cars Holidays Cards & loans Pensions Mortgages & home Experts Enter search term: Search All Articles Share prices Company news Breaking news for investors from the stock market wire (SMW) OIL & Gas Sector: Petro Matad up after operational update21st November 2013 16:00 | Petro Matad Ltd Petro Matad's (LON:MATD) shares rose after it said Mongolian geophysical contracting company Khet Co had completed acquisition of 200 km of 2D seismic on Blocks IV and V on 19 November, 2013. Preliminary analysis indicated that initial brute stacks of seismic across the prospect area in Block V confirm the previous interpretation and subject to further processing are expected to result in the delineation of at least two prospective drilling locations for 2014. The initial brute stacks across the prospect area in Block IV shows the presence of a cross fault that indicates an additional trap closure in this area. In light of the encouraging result from the seismic acquisition, Petro Matad has contracted with Khet to acquire a further 30 kms of seismic to confirm this closure as a potential drilling prospect for 2014. This seismic will commence immediately and is anticipated to be completed within one to two weeks. Range Resources (LON:RRL) said construction of the Atzam #5 drilling location has been completed and the well conductor casing is now set down to 100 feet. The Harold Lee 500 drilling rig is being mobilized to location and will be drilling ahead towards initial reservoir targets in next few days. Other highlights included: - Drilling schedule for Atzam #5 is 40 days to total depth target of 4,100 feet - Primary reservoir targets are the C17, C18 and C19 carbonate sections - Atzam #5 well to target the same carbonate reservoirs as Atzam #4 production well - 2.3m barrels of 2P reserves which excludes the C18 and C19 carbonates - Atzam #4 production continues on a highly restricted choke (12/64 inch), with no water production to date - Significant exploration potential on Atzam Oil Field - unexplored salt dome and anticline structures to be evaluated and tested in 2014 Urals Energy (LON:UEN) said drilling at Well #53 in the Petrosakh field on Sakhalyn Island has been completed and the Company is pleased to report that the current flow rate of Well #53 is about 70 barrels of crude oil per day. The Company is continuing to develop Well #53, as a result of which the flow rate may increase with time. Preparation works for drilling Well #112 are now being finalised and a further announcement will be made at the appropriate time. Urals Energy also clarified that, at Articneft, the reason than the shipment was not as large as the previous year was that close to the end of the loading process, the hose to the tanker was torn off by high winds and waves. Given the prevailing storm conditions and in order to avoid spillage, a decision was made to cease further attempts to re-connect and cancel the loading of the remaining crude. Given the fact that the storm was forecast to last for several days, a decision was made for the tanker to leave in order to avoid unnecessary demurrage. The remaining crude oil, approximately 1.5 tons, is still in storage at Articneft waiting for the next shipment. Finally, Urals Energy referred to a purported 'Debt Repayment Agreement' with a Cyprus company UEN Cyprus Limited in which it allegedly is liable to pay $41,652,000 on 15 December 2013. "The Company did not enter into the Alleged Agreement and has no liability thereunder. Since the announcement made by the Company on 23 October 2013, there have been the following further developments." 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