Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Urals Energy Public Company LSE:UEN London Ordinary Share CY0107130912 ORD USD0.126 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 85.00p 80.00p 90.00p 85.00p 85.00p 85.00p 19,451 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 23.5 4.8 51.0 1.9 10.73

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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 85p.
Urals Energy Public Company has a 4 week average price of 60p and a 12 week average price of 55p.
The 1 year high share price is 165p while the 1 year low share price is currently 55p.
There are currently 12,622,303 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 93,007 shares. The market capitalisation of Urals Energy Public Company is £10,728,957.55.
gregpeck7: Can someone email uen to make sure that if they put out an rns it says ' we are aware of the rapid share price rise and this still does in no way reflect the value here so are not surprised' :)
djmoggy: The 61.5p trades are all buys - so no doubt the seller still has an open limit order to shift their remaining holding. Martyn - correct CPR aimed for end of year - however the report will be incredibly comprehensive (many 100's of pages). This would have no meaning to the average investor - I would presume UEN management will go over a number of times and issue a summary of the report. To be honest I don't think publication of a CPR (summary) will have any significant impact to the share-price. The market already knows that UEN has plenty of reserves at it's various licences. What the market wants is UEN to demonstrate that it can consistently drill development wells successfully and thereby increase daily production to a new sustained level. Imagine the impact to the shareprice if there are 3 successful drill at South Dagi, a number of successful work overs and fracking at Arcticneft and a resultant increase of 3,000+ bopd. The market would take notice and the negativity that has plagued the shareprice will finally be behind us.
djmoggy: Greg that's fair enough - there is leeway within the tax bands to benefit from increased oil price and there are ways to actually benefit positively from the tax system through timing. For example for the current shipment Urals have already paid tax based on a $45 oil price - whilst they will be receiving revenue based on a $60+ price. (Taxes paid c2 months in advance of shipping). This will result in a very healthy Gross Profit for this shipment. Whilst I wouldn't try to change your stance I would say that the Russian tax system is already (more then) priced into Urals shareprice and the price is further depressed due to lack of operational success -so IMHO it wouldn't take much to propel the share-price. A successful drill at South Dagi with flow rates announced in late Jan with anything from 250-700 bopd would have a material shareprice impact IMHO. This would be underpinned quickly by a publication of a development plan including approval to bring online the 4 shut-in wells at the South Dagi field and then further drilling afterwards. If Urals manage to increase daily production cost effectively via South Dagi then EBITA will rise considerably as a consequence. Urals management have a strategy to pay 10 percent of EBITA via dividends. A potential yield rise to 10-15% on current shareprice will make the market sit up and take notice (and attract a few buyers). No guarantees but personally I think South Dagi drilling is a potential game changer. The Petrosakh field is old and in constant decline (and Arcticneft has been largely neglected). South Dagi presents Urals with the first new alternative production opportunity in 10 years (on a much younger undeveloped field). New rig, proper training, proven drilling and prior decent flow rates from previous exploration wells, less cost to get the oil out and lower costs to keep flow rate constant... All point to better economics and underlying profit potential.... It could all go wrong but I think at current price the upside is significant if they do things right.
topicel: Well buying more at this level before a meeting is confidence that we are coming to a halt around the 50p mark, which Martyn, I think, worried was where we were heading... A nice top up Calm, expecting to become an 'insider' later so getting in before you are in that position? Lol. Please get some clarity on the progress of the Competent Person's report and how the board feels it should impact on their strategy and, more relevantly to us, add value to the UEN share price. For instance, if it was converted to 2P numbers just on what we know are our reserves at present, not the 2016 acquisitions etc., what are the BoD expecting? They must have some guidance already as they've been working on it for a couple of months or more. And, crucially, will that then trigger some serious investment elsewhere or other strategic moves? It is about the last major thing the board targeted for this year to be share-price enhancing that has not yet been revealed... My thanks for the effort you make to try and effect this communication channel. Topicel
sportbilly1976: basem, getting $0.062 per share dividend is only good is the share price doesn't fall by more than 6 cents A high yielding but falling share price is no good. At least now there is a payment date, so one would imagine the ex-div date could be around that of the AGM.
chavitravi2: Just fired this off to Abbychurch. What's going on here we all want to know. Mm's are not even bothering to wait and knock the price down on a small sell now, they are knocking it down on buys. Today Mid price was 92p and a 2k buy was made and they took it down to 88.5p mid though the buy went through @ 89p. What do they know to take it down like this that we don't know? Why no rns to say you know no reason for the fall in price? After all once was put out when the price went up saying you knew no reason why it was rising when in fact there was every reason why with the good new and progress being made and this golden opportunity was missed to re iterate to the market why. What's going on, we have lost over 30% of share price since consolidation for no reason we can see and near 50% since the rns that stopped it in its tracks and reversed the share price progress to the anger of us all. This is blatantly being worked down, WHY? Regards, A C (Long term holder)
wanna brew: TopWarm here too but not that warm as 31. With respect to oil price etc, UEN's share price has never correlated, even in the good old days of 100 $, UEN never reflected that. If anyone can prove me wrong then please let know The question has to be why the market has over the years consistently marked this much lower than its peers? Perhaps someone has a good answer. Is it just legacy issues from the days of £3 share price Why did the Co have to go to such lengths to show how undervalued it is and to reaffirm that no finance was needed. The turnover of stock does intrigue me as over the last 4 months, we've probably seen more turnover than in a whole year. Now that could be just the likes of you and me but why all of a sudden. UEN has been a bargain for years. The Co have made all their subsidiaries self financing. Let's see if any unfolds
topicel: Out of interest, this was my missive: "The release of the RNS yesterday afternoon by the company to say it saw “no reason for the recent share price rise” is bewildering. You have never issued such a statement when the share price has shown significant weakness. Is it not the policy of the UEN board to see a stronger market valuation by share price on the AIM Exchange? Why are you deterring investors with such an announcement? As a longsuffering private investor I have been relieved that at last the market was recognising the progress the company has made in recent years and beginning to revalue it towards something approaching a realistic reflection of its earnings, debt situation and P2 reserves compared with its peers. So why would the UEN board reject an offer in October 2013 for 12.25p and now be seemingly unhappy that the open market price is approaching half that? Does the board have the best interests of all shareholders, small, medium and large, at heart? Sincerely, (bewildered)" Topicel
caledoniaman6: Ok, that's it - I am going home - the world has gone mad - UEN share price has increased !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Brexit, Trump & UEN - simply too much for any mortal soul to cope with. No doubt normal service will be resumed tomorrow.
rcturner2: UEN share price performance: 1yr -14.29% 3yr -78.62% 5yr -65.38%
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