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% 82.50p 80.00p 85.00p 82.50p 82.50p 82.50p 4,802 07:52:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 23.5 4.8 51.0 1.7 10.41

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20/8/2017
09:20
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 82.50p.
Urals Energy Public Company has a 4 week average price of 82.50p and a 12 week average price of 66.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 165p while the 1 year low share price is currently 35p.
There are currently 12,622,303 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,927 shares. The market capitalisation of Urals Energy Public Company is £10,413,399.98.
15/8/2017
10:41
djmoggy: RNS out. Well #130 flow rates disappointing and looks like we will not see any drilling results on Komi/South Dagi or Petrosakh (if they decide to carry out a second well) until the end of the year. Explains the steady decline in the share price with insiders obviously selling out given disappointment with #130 and previously Komi drilling (Urals has always been a leaky ship) One highlight is a dividend will be circa 5.5% yield at current share price when paid which should attract a few investors when EGM approval goes through.
01/8/2017
16:51
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)
28/7/2017
08:51
topicel: Martyn and Chav. The stock should be more illiquid following the consolidation, should it not? Especially with Adler holding 44% so, we have to assume this is an orchestrated depression of the share price. Private take over? Are we vulnerable? Most of the Oligarchs made their fortunes by doing just that, except of course they initially grabbed state owned operators then went 'legit' by floating them... The Cyprus ruling on the company progressing to dividend payments is today, is it not? At least that was the RNS info I recall. With that in place the opportunity to dump and short here would be limited back at 4.5p as the advantage of holding a producing oiler (even in Russia) is enhanced IMHO. How much, we will see, but I think that is a key moment if the BoD have been playing straight with us. Final Friday thought: has the recent ruble problems been as much to blame for this recent share price tumble as anything company specific? Topicel
25/4/2017
14:19
topicel: Top Just one point on rules'. When I mentioned 'rules' about that RNS 'no reason you said that was rubbish, you seem a bit selective as to what is in and out of 'rules' Just a small point. ................................ Not sure I follow you without a direct quote or link to my post Wanna. I am consistent in saying there are 'rules' to be followed and observed that are visible to all, such as the trades, and then those that can be bent by a company not obi ding by what they are supposed to do according to 'the rules'. Please understand I am wary of the company still, as we all should be given the history but, of course, it is alleviated if we are finally turning a corner and the share price is positive. Assuming one is not short! So if you are referring to the fact I stated the company didn't have to make any comment about the share price rise in January then that still applies and, as you've probably noticed, most agree it was badly worded at best to dampen the share price more than any instruction to explain what had been just a new outlook and better sector conditions since OPEC/Russia cuts. I gave an example a couple of weeks ago on here of another company rising by as much who didn't make a peep about "see no reason". Like I say, this is AIM for general cowboy rules but not for the trading of shares. Clarified? Anyhow, who cares if we can rise 5-10% a day as at present?! Topicel
09/4/2017
10:54
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
03/4/2017
14:35
djmoggy: "Djm, why then could the BoD have led the statement RNS with the oil price improvement and sector sentiment improvement as their reading of the revaluation from an already oversold position if they "saw no reason" operationally? The BoD had no need to be so accommodating to the LSE (and there is no evidence they were asked to comment any more than in any other 'rocket' cases we see from time to time on AIM, and certainly they never do when we suffer great percentage falls... So, if you think they want the share price up they have not approached things very well for, as an option, they could have implied the company had impending plans which they'd already announced and stood by those as offering a potential unlocking of potential value in UEN that was being overlooked." You cannot imply potential in a clarification RNS... and you can't use the explanation that people are buying in on impending plans (that haven't been announced) as that points to insider trading! However - I'm happy to accept that we have a different viewpoint.... and even if it is something sinister as you say to keep a cap on the price to let in others on the cheap - we will never know - so no point in debating endlessly :) "You seem to willing to let them drift. The fact you have suggested we won't have data for this year's' improvements until June 2018 also suggests you feel we are now at a plateau for the foreseeable, as I posted? That was my overall observation. Maybe I've misread your opinion?" Eh??? I already mentioned some of the factors that will influence the shareprice upwards which I expect to happen before June 2018. I think you misunderstand - June 2018 is the release date for 2017 accounts (going by every previous year) - this is the point at which we will definitely see official figures and see a (hopeful)considerable increase in Year End profit figure... The accounts may be released earlier than this date (weeks or a couple of months at most) or prior to the accounts UEN management may put out an prelim announcement detailing their forecasted financial results. To remove any doubt my context here is solely the financial results. I'm not saying UEN management will withhold data (drilling results, flow rates, overall production rates, etc etc which will allow the average investor to make their own determination into potential for investment).
24/2/2017
09:08
wanna brew: Reference to 'see no reason' There was unfounded rumour back in Apr 2015, and they were very quick to put that in check. For AIM purposes the Co is guided by their Nomad, to ensure an orderly market is maintained. No more, no less. Urals Energy PCL (''Urals Energy'' or the ''Company'') Statement regarding share price movement The Board of Urals Energy PCL (AIM:UEN), the independent exploration and production company with operations in Russia, notes the rise this morning in the Company's share price and the speculation online regarding a possible offer for Urals Energy. The Company confirms that it has not received an approach with regards to a possible takeover of Urals Energy. Aside from the unfounded speculation, the Board is not aware of any reason for today's share price movement.
08/2/2017
16:44
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
30/11/2016
15:33
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.
14/11/2016
09:51
rcturner2: UEN share price performance: 1yr -14.29% 3yr -78.62% 5yr -65.38%
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