Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Oil & Gas LSE:VOG London Ordinary Share GB00BRWR3752 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.75% 33.75p 33.25p 34.25p 34.00p 33.25p 33.75p 127,653 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 14.5 1.1 0.1 291.7 36.95

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) Latest News

More Victoria Oil & Gas News
Victoria Oil & Gas Takeover Rumours

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) Share Charts

1 Year Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

1 Year Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

1 Month Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

1 Month Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

Intraday Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

Intraday Victoria Oil & Gas Chart

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) Discussions and Chat

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
29/09/2016 16:21:5633.25289.31AT
29/09/2016 16:21:5133.251,975656.69AT
29/09/2016 16:21:5134.001,657563.38AT
29/09/2016 16:21:5134.0013,5994,623.66AT
29/09/2016 16:19:3333.804,5001,520.88O
View all Victoria Oil & Gas trades in real-time

Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
29/9/2016
09:20
Victoria Oil & Gas Daily Update: Victoria Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VOG. The last closing price for Victoria Oil & Gas was 33.50p.
Victoria Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 34.84p and a 12 week average price of 35.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 66.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 109,495,262 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 162,071 shares. The market capitalisation of Victoria Oil & Gas is £36,954,650.93.
13/7/2016
15:38
clunes100: My layman's view is that the share price has flat lined for a number of reasons, some can easily understood, such a large capital spend on infrastructure and delayed expectations in terms of new thermal contracts etc. But there are some known unknowns such as Foo's royalty and RSM starting to take their share of revenues after operating and further development costs are taken into consideration. My view at the moment is that these known unknowns have already been priced into the sp, it is only with clarity that nervous investors will gain confidence. I have not mentioned all the positives and negatives but as far as Foo's royalty is concerned, a Board sub-committee has been set up to review and resolve this with Foo, probably an equity/royalty swap which will align Foo's interests completely with the company and what was the royalty (roughly 4% once a third is already returned to VOG) will drop to the bottom line. RSM will not be 40% (the headline figure) of revenues as operating costs (gas from well to customer) will be subtracted from this figure and RSM will continue to fund 40% of infrastructure, wells etc. VOG is gaining assets all the time, from wells to extending the pipeline, from licences to cash, but the thing to look at is the margin on sales, if the gas costs $3 per scuff and it is sold at $9-16 per scuff. It is not rocket science to work out that profit will increase substantially even with RSM taking their cut because margins are so good. The key to a £1 plus share price will be a successful new well, proving reserves and providing well redundancy, the extension of existing power contracts and THE THIRD GAS POWER CONTRACT which will surely come as market demand for electricity is there and there are no other suppliers of gas (realistically BLVN's tiny discovery is not commercial without VOG's pipeline). Clearly I think the share price is undervalued on the basis of medium term potential and some may call this ramping, but these comments are based information in the public domain and if anyone disagrees, then by all means post and liven up this board and even interest in VOG.
24/2/2016
14:00
the legendi: Your predictions on the VOG share price are as good as used bog roll fella. I refer people back to your previous posts like: max_cady - 02 Feb 2016 - 15:28:28 - 32560 of 32587 This will drift back to the 20s. It's already started take a look at the DOW and falling oil prices. Strong sell imo.
24/2/2016
10:38
the legendi: max your an idiot. Volumes are not tailing off. Don't be so bitter about not enjoying the VOG share price rally which has much more legs. £1 soon.
19/2/2016
10:18
ridicule: With the VOG share price still in the 40's fn, I wouldn't worry too much about refining the value. It is so far above the current share price just buy and worry about the longer term valuation in due course as the share price rises.
18/1/2016
23:22
goldpiguk: Hi, Its been a while since I last looked in on VOG. I sold my entire holding last April when the share price was over 80p, banking a near 50k profit in my ISA. Of course a lot has changed since then so I suppose I should not be too shocked to see the share price languishing under 30p. VOG suffers like all oil and gas companies from falling prices and these look set to head lower. Even some oil giants like RDSB have lost circa 40% of their value in short order. sleeven, if I remember correctly VOG's gas prices are fixed, but all fixes are subject to renegotiation after a few years. If the market is expecting prices to remain low or head lower for a prolonged period VOG's future revenues from existing contracts will fall when the contracts are renewed. The agreement to supply Douala power stations with gensets was for two years at a given price. After this year the contract will doubtless have to be renegotiated too. That also points to lower than anticipated revenues for VOG going forward. Another worry for VOG must be Grynberg. With oil prices so low, will he be able to continue to pay up on his share of expenditure? This oilman may well not be so flush for cash in a sub $30 world! Last time he failed to pay up VOG raised the money through a huge discounted placing which undermined the share price. Although it should not all be doom and gloom for VOG, 2016 looks set to be a difficult year. Kevin Foo will have his work cut out. I understand he is quite keen to move on from VOG as he has been at the helm for quite a time! Goldpig
03/1/2016
18:56
tr4v2: fasto losing even more money paying to post while vog share price melts away. Comedy gold.
11/12/2015
08:28
fatnacker: I though we'd done this one prowler? peterpowell21 11 Dec'15 - 07:46 - 854 of 857 0 0 12 months ago the share price was at 43p. all that so called good news over the last year has added what? nothing. "peterpowell21 1 Dec'15 - 14:50 - 242 of 255 0 0 on the 1/12/14 vog share price 50p. one year on 45p." on the 1/12/14 RR share price 860p. one year on 604p LMFAO on the 1/12/14 BP share price 430p. one year on 380p on the 1/12/14 RBS share price 390p. one year on 312p on the 1/12/14 oil $75 a barrel one year on $45 a barrel. so that's RR down (updated) 30% BP down (updated) 25% RBS down (updated) 25% OIL down (updated) 48% VOG down (updated) 6%
07/12/2015
10:11
flushbust: The nutters are in over drive this morning sitting in front of there PC watching the VOG share price like a hawk on a minute by minute basis. How sad.
01/12/2015
14:50
peterpowell21: on the 1/12/14 vog share price 50p. one year on 45p. maybe they should have given themself a bigger bonus looking at the share price
30/11/2015
16:14
clunes100: The AGM went well apart from the old chestnuts being dragged out, more on that later. Impressed by John Bryant and Ahmet Dik whi seemed competent and personable additions to the board. Apart from usual Blah Blah... these are the positive points I took away in no particular order: Accessing 25 new customers H1 2016 8,000m pipe laying into Bonaberi, followed by 5,500m in H2 12/25 customers in H2 - GSA's signed. 3 phase expansion of processing plant, initially 25mmsf, then 30mmsf and then 40mmsf, no timescale or cost given. Looking to increase P2 to P1 reserves presumably through drilling programme, competitive costs on drilling expected due to market conditions. Spud 2016 twin wells to current producing wells, so risk considered low. RSM relationship going well and RSM paying contributions. BoD will consider buy back resolution, although substantial buy back could only occur with windfall e.g. sale of West Med. West Med sale still being worked, my view is that it may take some time but would be a welcome surprise when it happens, Foo clearly still sees it as a possibility. BoD recognises royalty issue needs to be addressed to see more fall to the bottom of the P&L., which in turn will assist share price and institutions perception of VOG. The BoD were asked to review joining the main market and report back to shareholders, don't expect any action. BoD recognise need for new independent BoD members and seemed to acknowledge need for continued work on governance. GDC operationally profitable and need to get costs down. Discussions with BLVN could lead to something. Discussions on further power contracts coulod lead to major contract. NOW the negative points: The BoD finally acknowledged and even Foo (and Numis) all agreed that the royalty issue needs to be resolved for VOG and the share price to substantially move forward - the BoD are looking into this issue and Foo (at the right price) would appear to accept the idea of being bought out. On this point Foo did state that he had put up over $4m of funding at a critical point and at considerable risk and that he had yet to get all the money back as he defended the CHL royalty. So watch this space, I think something could happen here, especially if West Med is sold. Grant M's. contribution was openly questioned and at a salary of $250,000 a year not unreasonably. He looked totally bored and I reckon he had a "gagging order" imposed on him as the others have finally realised that silence is the best policy in Grant's case. Foo's defence of his contribution was weak at best and frankly the only justification that had any sympathy was that he was a founding member of the company, but then one could also say that he is partially culpable for loosing our money as well. If Foo wants to cut costs and raise credibility, it is time that Grant steps down before shareholders vote him out, and I think that this is now a possibility next time Grant is up for election (anyone know when this is?). I actually think that Foo's future is disproportionally linked to this issue, if he defends Grant and the new board members, recent and future look competent enough, he will also be out. The reason that I say this is that shareholders are surprisingly united on this now emotive issue, it is an easy decision that a good leader can take ...... unless he can produce tangible evidence that Grant should stay......on today's performance, I think Grant's days on the BoD should be numbered and departure announced sooner rather than latter. Foo, you need to man up and listen to your shareholders - it is difficult getting rid of a buddy or allies on a BoD, but if they become expensive liabilities or are perceived as such, it is time to take action. Governance and conflict of interest are still also an issue on various levels. Finally, the lack of any forecasts for profitability, revenues, production and hard time scales undermined what was a substantially improved AGM compared to previous ones. Roll on any substantial news (West Med, power contracts, large customers, BLVN agreements, new reserve estimates, successful wells, LNG etc etc) and the next update and results. Summary VOG has a good story and has made substantial progress in the last year, they should be congratulated on this and the share price should reflect this even given the negatives, but does not. The low share price must surely be the most vexing issue for the BoD, or at least how to get it higher, it should be in the 60-90p range now, not the low 40's.
Victoria Oil & Gas share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:31 V: D:20160930 03:16:47