Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Adm Energy Plc LSE:ADME London Ordinary Share GB00BJFDXW97 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.75 4.84% 16.25 343,261 09:40:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.50 17.00 16.25 15.50 15.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 3.13 -0.85 -0.04 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:20:44 O 45,000 16.88 GBX

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Adm Energy Daily Update: Adm Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADME. The last closing price for Adm Energy was 15.50p.
Adm Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 13.50p and a 12 week average price of 13.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 48.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.50p.
There are currently 46,513,497 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 457,494 shares. The market capitalisation of Adm Energy Plc is £7,558,443.26.
jaknife: 8 million warrants with a strike price of 4p were issued on 15th April: Https:// So far only a mere 1.8m of those warrants have been exercised: Https:// Looking at the chart those warrants were exercised when the share price was about 30p and hence those who exercised the warrants made £468k from that exercise whilst the company raised a mere £72k of fresh equity. The share price has been artificially pumped up to where it is in order to make sure that the warrant owners can make a good profit from exercising their warrants. That's it. The aim of the game is for the warrant owners to pump out their stock and make a profit before the retail punters cotton onto the scam! JakNife
jaknife: Only "agenda" is to highlight the scam that is Cornhill Capital (since renamed Pello Capital) who have ripped retail punters off here in the same way that they screwed retail punters over at DEV Clever. Shares issued at 4p, warrants issued with a 4p strike. Share price pumped up to 40p. Conman Capital and various of its scumbag followers then encouraging retail punters to pay £1 to buy ten pences. What a bunch of crooks!
pineapple77: Festario the real one I mean.Still here yes but not happy with the halving of the share price since the consol. I keep myself to LSE site mainly.I see your having fun with our troll. I don't even no who's who on here anymore.Haigh sent me a picture of himself I think in my mailbox. Doesn't intimidate me.
jungmana: Whilst we wait for the sellers to clear check out Lekoil (LEK) . Another Nigerian oil producer that released excellent results last week but there was an institution selling over last 6 weeks that brought the share price down from 7p to 3p. Seller is finish and imo could get back to 10p there within a few weeks.Too undervalued right now.
pwhite73: Can't disagree with a single word of what you have printed but and its a big BUT Pis are neither directors or customers of ADME but ordinary shareholders. Our interests starts and ends with the share price. I know it might sound mercenary and short sighted to some but that is the truth of the matter. Just one other point of interest if 1.8m warrants have been issued to directors does that not dilute the Sheikh's holding from 29.89%?
chimers: Im working on it Jung but will finish it tomorrow. Look at worst they have 6m shares between them that they might want to sell. 1.8 m are 4p shares they got from using their warrants. It makes sense if the dump them it pays for everything and leaves them a free ride. But they could sell their main stake as well and at say 22p they would make 800k on shares that cost 146k so a 654k profit.(not inc the 1.8 warrant shares) But that is dependant on the share price not falling they would get less if they keep selling. So either someone takes them off their hands at an agreed price or we wait and see how many they plan on selling. I recon it will just be the warrants but who knows.
pwhite73: Mcrudden - "Shame in hindsight I’d have waited for topping up at 34p to today’s price but I’ve invested for the long term and yes it’s risky..." This share is not risky its one of the safest if not the safest micro-cap around. Its simply being trashed due to ex-directors selling shares and nothing in the way of positive news to counterbalance their actions. As of today buying small amounts is lifting the share price so there are no free shares about until one or more ex-directors dump further stock into the market.
ibansmxcp: Money seems no object to these people!! Dragon Oil’s board yesterday approved a sweetened takeover offer from Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), breathing fire into its share price on hopes that minority shareholders will accept the deal. Shares in the oil explorer, which operates in Turkmenistan, soared 9.6 per cent to a record high of 734p in early trading, before settling to close 8.4 per cent higher at 726p. Analysts put the Dubai state-owned oil company’s raised offer of 750p per share – which values the company at £3.7bn – at the higher end of their estimates. ENOC already owns 53.9 per cent of Dragon Oil. It needs the majority of the other shareholders to agree to the deal, around 23 per cent. ENOC then plans to delist the firm from the Irish and London stock exchanges. ENOC said the deal aligns with its strategy to become “a fully integrated global oil and gas company”, adding Dragon Oil’s upstream asset to its downstream and midstream business.
bbtablet: Jellery87 The consolidation always refers to the nominal value of the shares - they were 0.01p each, and they will become 1p each (i.e. x 100). Theoretically therefore, the share price on the market will become 100 times - i.e. 33p (100 x the current market price - variable - 0.33p) after consolidation, but is then subject to minute-by-minute market forces of course, just as now. The nominal (face) value of the shares should not concern us as it is a fixed historical value to do with when the company was set up, and not relevant to the current market price. Hope this clarifies.
ibansmxcp: MX Oil, which owns a share in the oil-producing Aje offshore oil field in Nigeria, said that a resolution would be placed before its shareholders at the next general meeting to vote on a name change from MX Oil o ADM Energy plc. “The Company has been considering a change of name for some time. The rationale for the name change to ADM Energy plc follows the recent strategic investment by Shaikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Al Maktoum. The Company’s strategic investor has an extensive network of influential contacts within the oil and gas industry and the Board regards his support for the Company as an important opportunity.” Shaikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Al Maktoum in April acquired 1,335,000,000 MX Oil shares and is now the company’s largest shareholder with 29.86% of issued share capital. Subject to shareholder approval, once the company has formally changed its name, the company will also change its ticker from MXO to ADME. Shareholders will also vote on, among others, a resolution to consolidate share capital of the company. “It is expected that, immediately prior to the General Meeting, the Company will have 4,471,349,664 Existing Ordinary Shares in issue… The Directors consider that it is in the best interests of the Company’s long term development as a public quoted company to have a more manageable number of issued ordinary shares and to have a higher share price.” Accordingly, it is proposed that the Company’s share capital be reorganized such that every 100 Existing Ordinary Shares be consolidated into 1 new ordinary share of 1 pence. The MX Oil general meeting will be held on June 7 in London.
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