Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Andalas Energy And Power Plc LSE:ADL London Ordinary Share IM00BZ7PNY71 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.20 0.19 0.21 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -3.0 -0.8 - 2

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CORO deal shows ADL in an undervalued light !
I see some morons who can't do proper research think because some billionaire used to be PSC at Holywell it is all going to work out well. Https:// Cessation of Victor Yiou Hwa Hwang as a person with significant control on 11 April 2016 Last filed accounts for Holywell: Net current liabilities £147,880 Holywell now 100% owned by Eagle. Who owns 75% of Eagle? Https:// 1 active person with significant control / 0 active statements Mr Paul Haywood Https:// Runs NEX listed Block Energy PLC Https:// No super yachts here. Research really is not that hard, but is vital if you don't want to lose all your money.
sweet karolina
Beware of Sweet karolina, he has multiple accounts to push his agenda. Aiden Earley is going to take his master TW down.
Thanks for that Tony can't type much as I am still laughing too much. Justin the Clown is the best. Here is a link that works from here: Https:// More like 25 mins in
sweet karolina
Justin has changed his tune..:-) The Weekend Podcast..24min 30 seconds in.. hxxps://
Euclid, Https:// "Surely London's most useless Nomad Roland "Fatty" Cornish has to force Andalas to restate what it had said and to stop doing podcasts with PR genius Steffi and Vox markets where it is quite simply talking utter bull. Any company behaving this way is 100% uninvestable. Andalas is not fit to be on the AIM Casino and any Nomad other than Fatty would, at this stage, be handing in its resignation letter. I will be taking this to AIM Regulation over the weekend and perhaps Fatty will do the decent thing and walk. If the AIM casino is to be even vaguely credible this issue MUST be resolved ahead of any further fundraising." That would seem to cover "report him to the authorities" and it proves me wrong in my view that he was sticking to AIM rules. How are you getting on with: "As you are a shareholder and I am not and you believe in "email him directly to question / correct him" Please let us know what response you get when you ask him why he failed to mention this in his RNS and subsequent podcast."
sweet karolina
Euclid, So you bought £500 worth as a punt which you do not give a monkeys about in a company which you now consider: "It's so obvious this is a dog of a co. & a dodgy BoD's so all confidence has gone" Yet you waste time writing long posts, challenging someone who has the same view. Ok that is different. I took the trouble to reply fully to your previous long post and will do so again, because you are articulate and the discussion is interesting, unlike most of the drivel that gets posted on here. We might both learn something that helps us with our own investing. "So exactly what mistakes am I making please?" Firstly you do not read what is written properly eg: If you feel the below is correct, report him to the authorities, or email him directly to question / correct him "I have to give Gorringe credit where it is due and I feel his RNSs do meet the requirements of AIM rule 10" Why would I report him for following the rules? I know it is rare on AIM and rules 10 and 11 are the ones most often breached, but to report the odd ones who do follow them seems extreme! Secondly you do not question properly. I answered the question you asked with "BP and Shell" and said you had asked the wrong question, you then go off on an diatribe, because you asked the wrong question in the first place. Thirdly you do not analyse logically or critically and go off on tangents. I never questioned the volume figures for the resources. I specifically questioned the GCOS figures ADL had done from what the operator said, which are actually the most important to look at when dealing with undiscovered resources ie ones you do not know even exist. Do you know what GCOS stands for and in particular what the implications of the G means within that? From your arguments, I suspect you do not. Also why are you impressed that the common standard has been used (I read the RNS - that note should not really need saying) but you are not concerned about the degree of independence and competence of the people who provided the data and of those who did the assessment? so the forth mistake you make is you do not have the background knowledge or critical thinking skills to assess properly the information you are reading and then cutting and pasting to support your argument. The fifth mistake you make is you make assumptions that suit your point of view, rather than ones which would inform your point of view if you made the effort to challenge any of your own assumptions. In short you suffer badly from confirmation bias and that drives quite a few of your earlier mistakes. The other mistake you may also make, but it might only be with your argument on ADL because you do not give a monkey's about your small punt, is you do not do your own research to find independent corroborative / contradictory evidence to confirm or deny what the company says in its RNSs. This is a fatal mistake if you are making it elsewhere. Let's move on to Badger. Why do you think Gorringe released an RNS about the seismic reprocessing when the other listed partner, who has a bigger stake than ADL, does not consider the results to be conclusive and is continuing with its own assessment and quite rightly will only inform its shareholders when the results are reliable and material? Https:// "License P2112 (Badger field) is one coming from Atlantic Petroleum’s past and with a higher risk profile than projects being considered now (see Note 1 below). The Company is a 33% equity partner alongside Holywell, and together has invested, during this report period, into reprocessing of existing seismic data. The outcome is anticipated as being higher resolution geophysical detail and ability to better risk grade reserve structure and potential. Once this work is complete (planned for mid August) a period of specialist interpretation occurs and Atlantic Petroleum will temporarily engage its own technical expert to determine whether there is upgraded asset value and justification for involvement in physical appraisal work." As you are a shareholder and I am not and you believe in "email him directly to question / correct him" Please let us know what response you get when you ask him why he failed to mention this in his RNS and subsequent podcast.
sweet karolina
sweet karolina
A total of 52mmbls Recoverable oil from prospective resources Guess that's worth nothing really
Zen, I would be very interested to read your analysis of why Atlantic (the other listed company with a stake in Badger twice the size of ADL's) has not said anything to its shareholders about the results of the seismic reprocessing. Your analysis of the market reaction to today's fantastic news would also be very interesting. So off you go, I am sure there are other contributors to this board who would be very interested to see what you think about the company.
sweet karolina
SK - for many years now and you’re still on about good all ADL placing! You definately resent this stock.
Great market reaction. At least some have learned what a pre placing ramp looks like.
sweet karolina
07:18 Andalas Energy and Power Plc, the AIM listed oil and gas company (AIM: ADL), is pleased to announce it has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire an interest in the Bunga Mas Production Sharing Contract (the “Bunga Mas PSC” or the “PSC”), located in South Sumatra, Indonesia. Highlights: Acquisition of initial 25% participating interest in Bunga Mas PSC via a corporate acquisition with right to increase interest to 49% and then 100%. Consideration of 19,200,000 Andalas ordinary shares to be issued as follows: 9,600,000 shares on completion of the acquisition of the initial participating interest (“Completion”). 9,600,000 shares on regulatory approval of increase of interest to 49%. The consideration shares, representing 6.5% of Andalas’ current issued share capital, to be issued at the prior 5-day volume weighted average at the date of issue. Completion is subject to various matters including extension of the exploration period of the PSC. Andalas to undertake new exploration and development of the PSC as an exclusive operation entitling it to 100% of the cash flows available to participating interest owners under the PSC. The Bunga Mas PSC is located onshore, near existing upstream facilities, in the prolific producing South Sumatra basin, Indonesia: Within the PSC, the Bunga Mawar field has been assessed by the operator to contain 2C contingent resources of 0.22 million barrels of oil (“MMBO”) and best prospective resources of 2.09 MMBO (gross) in the Air Benakat formation. Initial work programme plans to test the Bunga Mawar field and to convert prospective resources to additional contingent resources which will form the basis for a plan of development. Further details of work programme to be announced on completion. The acquisition includes a pro-rata share of unaudited brought forward past costs that are recoverable by participating interest owners from future revenues in priority to various other distributions (“Cost Pool”). Previous expenditures on the PSC total US$111,695,000 (gross) of which a proportion is expected to be Cost Pool attributable to the Bunga Mawar project and will, assuming recovery is permitted by the regulator significantly enhance the projects economics.
Very interesting RNS
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