Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo African Oil and Gas LSE:AAOG London Ordinary Share GB00BD0Q3L08 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.15p +12.11% 10.65p 8,089,898 15:11:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.50p 10.80p 11.40p 9.50p 9.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.23 -3.14 -5.75 17.3

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19/10/201816:42Anglo African Oil and Gas - Djeno Unchained......588
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Anglo African Oil and Gas Daily Update: Anglo African Oil and Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAOG. The last closing price for Anglo African Oil and Gas was 9.50p.
Anglo African Oil and Gas has a 4 week average price of 7.50p and a 12 week average price of 6.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.55p.
There are currently 162,056,024 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,356,582 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo African Oil and Gas is £17,258,966.56.
bon voyage: Now that David Sefton and James Berwick are on site, the 64 day drilling (with the improved location and modified drilling plan) should now proceed with renewed expectation of success. Low market cap. Directors incentives are structured in such a way that oil success and higher share price are tied together. Re-spud imminent . . . like this week!
pro_s2009: Everything has been salvaged but the share price so far. They are no longer in closed period now, would have been nicer to see some director buys before re-spud, far more convincing that media interviews.
apfindley: Looks like decent buying volume today. Market realising that a potential $1m max overrun, which was already covered by a contingency in the original $7m well budget, does not warrant a 35% fall in share price. Hmm looks like investors smell a 50% profit to climb back to 12p+
grale22: Why didn't they actually explain the fault properly? That leaves far too much up to pi's imaginations which is going to hurt the share price further.
pro_s2009: As I said yesterday, need to see the bid price over 13p.....if it makes it there then the share price can rise up.........until then..........
griffin81: The Mengo sands (Appraisal) alone is worth up to 75p/Share based on the finnCap report and this has a 60% geological chance of success. Out of all the drills on AIM this year this zone has one of the best CoS and biggest rewards compared to the current share price, and that's before they drill down into the Djeno exploration target.
dandadandan: Just look at the posts on here. Someone beginning with the letter r posts an awful lot of Gloom and Doom on here. What is he trying to prove? Does he hope that people will dump this share, so that he can buy back into AAOG at a lower levels? Ask yourself why is he bothering to waste his time on negativity. Why not go elsewhere and direct all that effort into a place where he feels positive about some other company's share price? GLA.
cf456: "Investment case... AAOG provides investors with exposure to near-term, low-cost drilling in the Republic of the Congo with a mix of risk/reward from a single well. The TLP-103 well will be drilled this summer and targets three different reservoir sands on the Tilapia field: the producing R1/R2 reservoir, the discovered Mengo sands and the deeper Djeno sands, which have delivered impressive flow rates from neighbouring fields. The share price have decent support from the existing producing horizon, while upside potential in the success case for the Mengo and Djeno reservoirs is significant; we initiate with a risked NAV-based price target of 41p/sh." "Let’s get ready… The main event, however, remains the drilling of the multi-horizon TLP-103 well. After some delay, the company now has everything in place to drill this summer. Importantly the well can be drilled from onshore, dramatically reducing cost. Moreover, the recent $10m placing means AAOG can fund 100% of the well cost if state-owned SNPC does not pay its share. Any additional partner cost incurred can then be clawed back from future production under the PSC contract terms." "3 in 1 oil. This well is targeting three separate reservoir horizons with a range of risk/reward – low risk appraisal of 2mbbls of producing reserves in the R1/R2 sands (6.3p/sh), appraisal of an 8-24mmbbl undeveloped discovery in the Mengo sands potentially worth 18-45p/sh on a risked basis, and a deeper exploration prospect in the Djeno sands, assigned gross prospective oil resources of 16-42mmbbls. This final target carries higher risk (25% CoS) but also higher reward. Our risked valuation range for the Djeno of 16-39p/sh rises to 69-159p/sh when fully de-risked." "Significant dividend potential. Our risked NAV for the ‘Best’ resource case from all three of these horizons is 41p/sh (106p/sh unrisked). In the ‘High’ resource case this rises to 90p/sh (241p/sh unrisked). Moreover, success with either the Mengo or Djeno sands would be expected to result in meaningful earnings and cash generation and open up the prospect of a significant dividend stream; management has committed to distributing between 50-75% of net profits after necessary capex."
allotment: I hope you can afford to lose the lot as you would not be able to get out of a position of 1.8m shares for tops 5p let alone 15p if you were lucky the chart is implying zero. I hope you did your due diligence on the chair and some of the board who wiped out International Oil and Gas technologies Ltd to zero and had to delist. The same appears to be happening here. I hope for your sake and all stake holders stake they manage to raise additional funds and get round the difficulties you are living in cloud cuckoo if you think the rights issue (a most expensive and costly exercise) would be anywhere near 15p the existing share holders would demand a deeply discounted rights issue circa 5p and your investment would be diluted to bits. If as alluded to there are investors who are prepared to invest in the company now at presumably a discount to the current share price then they would be foolhardy not to consider it and bite their hands off although I suspect the Chairman and some of the board would have to stand down and lose their options so we will be none the wiser as this wont happen any time soon. The price will remain under pressure whilst the company needs to raise money and will drift or remain the same. If the funding issues are sorted the share price would then recover even though there is no certainty that they will recover any oil as drilling is a tricky business and who knows what will occur. Although obviously if they did then it would be well worth going through the short term pain. Your naivety of how the market works is terrifying. Although I dearly hope I am very wrong, although it is telling that none of the original institutions have looked to increase their shareholdings at this "bargain price" of 10p. The King Canute approach to investing can result in drowning. (Afren springs to mind)
keya5000: Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 31 More #aaog rig ENI stopped for repair. Missing parts. Next they’re drill option well ! AAOG will not get rig in Q1 ! By de way, were is the lisense Sefton ? #aaog 0 replies 0 retweets 0 likes Reply Retweet Like Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 29 More #aaog Sunny is delusional or probably pay by Sefton. Their is no Lisense and Sefton cover it with news like new manager and new bord of directeur. That was Decembre than End of year then Mid Jan, then end of Jan. Next promesse ? #aaog 1 reply 0 retweets 0 likes Reply 1 Retweet Like Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 24 More #aaog every one in Congo knows they’re will be no lisense. New age Marine III got back to SNPC in december !!! when will some one question Sefton ? Disappoint coming. #aaog 1 reply 0 retweets 0 likes Reply 1 Retweet Like Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 23 More aaog don’t know why Sefton say lisense for AAOG. SNPC confirmed no lisense befor drilling new well. And Gerard tries pay people but no work ! Sefton lie always#aaog 0 replies 0 retweets 1 like Reply Retweet Like 1 Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 23 More #aaog Sefton try to hide lisens news with new board. SNPC will not give lisense. They push everyone. Next ministry conseil in3 week and SNPC said No to Gerard ! Read gazette and see ! #aaog 1 reply 0 retweets 0 likes Reply 1 Retweet Like Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 23 More #aaog no lisense at last council. Gerard did not make his lisense. End game for him ? SNPC get back all their lisense. Take new age ! … 1 reply 0 retweets 0 likes Reply 1 Retweet Like Direct message Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 17 More #aaog if the license is not come, what is the company Share Price worth ? What is Sefton Strategy ? to Drilling 103 ? they have the cash he say. #aaog Malolo Milolo ‏ @malolo_milolo Jan 31 More #aaog rig ENI stopped for repair. Missing parts. Next they’re drill option well ! AAOG will not get rig in Q1 ! By de way, were is the lisense Sefton ? #aaog
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