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Anglo African Oil & Gas Daily Update: Anglo African Oil & Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAOG. The last closing price for Anglo African Oil & Gas was 0.28p.
Anglo African Oil & Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.27p and a 12 week average price of 0.27p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.12p.
There are currently 488,867,864 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 388,361 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo African Oil & Gas Plc is £1,344,386.63.
fatfish: WHY DO COMPANIES DO THIS, TOTALLY DESTROY SHARE PRICE. Anglo African Oil & Gas plc notes the recent rise in its share price and confirms that it knows of no reason for this movement. I am not invested here but see it many times
seagreen: I do not know if anyone can persuade dear old APF or what it takes to but no one manipulated the share price and as far as I can see there was never any large short I agree it was the company who caused their own share price to collapse by their own actions surely??
seagreen: AAOG – STATEMENT FROM PROPOSED DIRECTOR NOMINEE ALEXANDER MACDONALD January 1, 2020 | Posted by admin 1st January 2020 Dear Shareholders ANGLO AFRICAN OIL & GAS – THE WAY FORWARD THROUGH 2020 Following the various RNS announcements from both Zenith Energy Ltd and Anglo African Oil and Gas Plc in recent days as well as various messages through shareholder forums, I outline here, for the purposes of clarification, my thoughts on this as well as attempt to present a possible route forward in AAOG shareholders best interests. I am not interested in recriminations from past events and have no agenda in that regard. My objective is to do what I can to restore AAOG to good health. This can only come through stabilising the situation in the Congo in conjunction with raising sufficient funds both at the corporate level and at the asset level to complete and produce from the Mengo. This will ensure that we can move AAOG forward in a manner which is well managed, and look at growth, rather than “fire fighting”. I am not surprised at the Ministry insisting on stabilisation as part of the new licence issuance. At the end of the day they want the same thing – to see production. The Ministry have made it clear that if AAOG proceed to drill the Djeno then there will be no cost recovery allowance for this. I have a plan for the longer term FDP for the Djeno, which is not for this note, as it will have to be negotiated with SNPC and to get their support and approval before approaching the Ministry. I can however confirm that I have undertaken early technical discussions on these plans & the responses are encouraging. Many have posed the question to me – why I am doing this? With Oleg Schkoda we were the founders of what became AAOG, therefore there is unfinished business in an asset that I continue to believe in. I also have a moral sense of duty and responsibility to shareholders of which there are many smaller ones who stand to lose so much and in some cases, very sadly, their life savings. Fundamentally is the very strong belief, shared by the team, that there are producible hydrocarbons in commercial quantities in Tilapia. How will I and the new team do it? I have received encouraging comments and support from various parties and shareholders, both in the UK and Congo, which leads me to believe that AAOG can be rescued. However, I do not underestimate the task. We have already achieved a committed fundraise of approx £1million and a structure that protects the extant shareholders – something that is not the case with the Zenith proposal. Matt Thompson (a seasoned oil and gas executive and qualified lawyer) and I are both appointed to the board. Rebuild the relationship with SNPC and the Ministry. Bringing them back on side. The last two years has been a blip. I am confident that I can get them comfortable that we can be trusted to rebuild a respectful relationship with our partners. This will be achieved by building upon those long standing relationships held by both I and others on the team. Some are in senior positions within the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, SNPC and Government. Working with my colleague Matt Thompson, we will raise the initial funds which are required to complete and produce from the Mengo. We will re-establish a strong technical and operational team, with some members who previously worked with me. I am confident we will get the job done and I can confirm that our proposed operational team personnel have all confirmed their willingness to get on board with us. In the first few months of appointment we will immediately address the following: Stabilise the company; Execute the new licence which we understand is in final form; Unlock the $5.3million held by SNPC; Agree a forward work programme with SNPC. Following the RNS announcing Berwick’s departure, various parties asked me what were the chances of my returning to the board? My response was that if someone were to ask me then I would consider the possibility. There were also other approaches, with parties in Congo asking the same question. I was also briefed on the difficulties in the relationships between AAOG, The Ministry and SNPC and how these had been created. My understanding is that relationships have broken down with both SNPC and the Ministry due to the unhelpful attitudes from the Company towards senior people at SNPC and the Ministry. These areas of friction cannot be allowed to continue any longer, if AAOG is to have a future. In addition, there have also been issues with the quality of the well. There have also been claims that SNPC were not as involved in the well design and execution -as a significant partner would reasonably expect to be. Again, this is a situation, which is required to be addressed as soon as possible. There is a belief in the Congo that AAOG is unable to raise any additional capital and that its reputation is seriously damaged in the London market. Put all this together and I understand that this is what is now holding up the release of funds from SNPC. The IMF will be aware of this as being a legitimate and contracted payment and would be very unlikely to support the non-payment, as has been suggested. With careful management we can reverse this perception and recommence payment of the back costs. As with many things in life, it comes back to confidence and trust. Prior listing on AIM in March 2107 and up to December 2017, the founders Oleg Schkoda and I had a clear operational and technical plan, one which we had been planning for a year beforehand to drill and produce from the Mengo horizon, and which is a proven reservoir. In the same well the exploration part was to drill the Djeno. We would then side track the Mengo and complete and produce using fishbones technology hxxps:// as opposed to fracking. By the end of March 2017 we had assembled a small but highly qualified internationally recognised technical team, for the most part they were located in Pointe Noir, to design, plan and execute the drilling of TLP 103, including TLP 103ST. This was from a standing start as no prior planning had been undertaken by the then operator of Tilapia – Petro Kouilou. By August we had completed the tendering process, which included about 200 line items including the rig. For the record we rejected the SMP rig, eventually used by the new team under Berwick, as being unfit for purpose, and which had been “cold stacked” for over two years, preferring to wait for the SFP rig owned and operated by SFP an SNPC subsidiary. That rig was undergoing acceptance approvals for ENI which would have saved us considerable time effort and cost if we had taken it. In terms of time and planning this would have worked well for us in ordering the long lead items such as the wellhead. There are many other examples of why AAOG has failed. One that is important to understand is simply that there was clearly a systemic failure by the team which resulted in the failure of TLP 103c to produce any oil. I put on record that all offers of help and assistance and a handover from my team and me were rejected as being unnecessary by AAOG’s current and historic Board. To conclude, if we complete the initial capital raise of approx £1 million (and that both Matt Thompson and I are participating in – illustrating our confidence in ourselves and the plan) then I believe that stabilises the company for a good portion of 2020. We are confident that we can get the share price to a point where this will trigger the proposed warrant attachments, providing a further £1.8million of additional equity capital. This gives us the platform to cement our proposed processes to resolve matters with the Ministry and SNPC. There is significant upside for all shareholders here which, in our plan, will go 100% to them as opposed to the crumbs at the table with Zenith whom we believe are not a credible partner in the eyes of the Ministry and SNPC in any event. Yours Sincerely Alex MacDonald.
swindon41: How come they were able to raise money through a placing at 5.2p? Two guesses ( all imho only) : they, the institutions who took the new shares, had already pre-sold those shares ( or hedged by taking out CFD's) into the market at between 7-10p, and AAOG are not receiving the full 5.2p but a risk-share price based on market value of shares.... had there been a true independent "clean" placing at or near the prevailing share price of 10p then I would be serious about re-investing here as there probably is some value here. The small pi's nearly always get screwed when there is a cash raise on AIM. Give the new Chair time to wipe the slate clean and I will revisit in 6 months. I take the risk that the share price may be higher hen but conversely if that's the case AAOG will likely be a different - and better - investing risk if that happens.
seagreen: Still no Rig Still no PSC Expect share price to fall on revised PSC by 15% to 30% best case scenario Still saying DS is a hero for his financial acumen Share Price continues to fall No mention of the reduction in the resulted expected structured finance Expected share price 2p before any commercial oil Same old fantasy
seagreen: Another clever bit of financing from the disaster that was the chairman the share price has dropped some 30 to 40% (cant be bothered to work out exactly as it is still going down)since he accepted this finance scheme so they wont have the expected level of monthly funds as it will be reduced by the bench mark percentage to complete the drilling potentially if they can not get good or similar terms to the current contract then if the share price reacts poorly potential bankruptcy looms .....for those intellectuals like APF that is zero pence but you will have some pretty share certificates which you can frame and call Sefton's folly. you could not make it up out of all the schemes available at least let the company get 100% of the money..even a convertible does that.... No wonder a large Rat left a sinking ship....a gamble with shareholders funds that was far the most risky doubt he managed to approve his own redundancy terms surely even he would not do that?
zengas: After IPO and after all share issues etc for acquiring the Tilapia field, the shares in issue have increased from 69.5m to roughly 400m now post funding. The onus now is to prove how much actual P2 there is ie whether it's less, in line or more than the the CPR at the time of listing and how that warrants any future valuation based on 400m shares when previously 69.5m on the P2. Likewise they need to have sufficient P2 in the Djeno where they hope to produce 5k bopd - ie how long will it will produce for in terms of lifespan ? and again spread over the greater number of shares in issue for any proposed dividends. The lowly price share price reflects the risk on how much P2, potential lifespan there might be and why a CPR now would have been helpful but why they haven't got enough info to back it up. If for some reasons the debacles continue and they can't produce enough oil then a further funding would erode the company valuation further in terms of m/cap against reserves/production potential. In that scenario I can see how a new asset being introduced if it is producing, would be best or not in AAOG with way too many shares in issue. If however it is in ATOG it is completely free of being lumbered with too many shares in issue (compared to being in AAOG) as to delivering growth. Imo that's not the point and as AAOG shareholder funds were used for the asset, then the asset should be secured for AAOG to help rebuild shareholder value here even if the resultant greater growth is less with it being in AAOG compared to ATOG. Like I said previously - if you have two companies you have 2 salary and bonus packages where if it's just one company you have one salary/bonus package. If a good producing asset can get off to the races in ATOG unhindered by too much existing dilution rather than in AAOG with 400m existing shares, that's where the bigger value is. If AAOG were to balls up again at Tilapia it would drag down and hinder the potential of such an asset so I can see why it would be better in ATOG but to me it's all a huge conflict of interest and when the asset was pursued at cost to AAOG it should go to AAOG full stop. AAOG could stagnate if these well results are more of the same or at worse the company could fail. But if a producing asset were added rather than being put in ATOG then it's survival would be better and it could continue on a growth pad with the new asset (of course not to its better potential unhindered in ATOG).
seagreen: Speculator 30 I have never argued that the geology is highly exciting and it is in a hugely exciting area. Indeed I have been long twice or even three times and suffered personal loss as I still believe in the geology. (For the record I do not short and have no facility to spread bet etc and find it abhorrent. Although others disagree. It is well documented over the years of posting I hate and despise shorters of illiquid stocks particularly when there are gangs that operate in this way.) As with all O&E plays it is whether the operator can get commercial quantities out of the ground and to market in a commercial profitable quantity. This requires excellent management and knowledge of the sector and the area. It also requires management to raise money from time to time to progress an O&E exploration. Part of management's skill is to gain market confidence through expert opinion and a market expert produced CPR report. (Even excellent management can get it wrong it is not an exact science). Should management over exaggerate their progress to the market (even by over excitement/misunderstanding/lack of experience etc)this will make each further fund raise more difficult and more expensive in the long run as trust is (either rightly or wrongly) eroded and the share price falls. Looking back through the announcements I note they came to market raising £10.6m (half to buy a tad over 50% of asset). Subsequently they have raised £7.4m had a convertible of £5m and a further raise of £6m. The prospectus clearly set out the focus was on the nearer targets From RNS 6th March 2017 Highlights -- Tilapia is a producing field with near-term development and exploration potential: o Current production of 38 bopd from one near surface interval; o Undeveloped discovery in the lower Mengo sands with gross contingent resources of 8.1m barrels o Deeper exploration prospect with gross prospective resources of 58.4m barrels in the productive Djeno interval from which the adjacent Minsala field produces -- Development/workover programme to commence in March 2017 with the following initiatives to be conducted over just 12 months: o Workover of two existing wells intended to rapidly increase production to c. 185 - 250 bopd which would see AAOG achieve operating breakeven at $48 o A new multi-horizon well, targeting production from the R1, R2 sands and the Mengo discovery, which is expected to see production increase to 750 bopd - the well will also test the Djeno sands, which if successful would be transformational for AAOG o A fourth well in H2 2017 targeting Djeno could see net daily production increase to around 5,300 bopd -- Excluding Djeno, AAOG would still be highly profitable producing around 750 bopd from the R1, R2 and Mengo -- Tilapia is located close to multiple 1 billion barrel fields including the ENI operated Litchendjili field; and the 5,000 bopd Minsala Marine field -- Management's remuneration aligned with the success of the drilling programme: o An option package is in place based on ambitious production targets measured over a consecutive 30 day period: one third at 1,000 bopd; one third at 2,500 bopd; one third at 5,000 bopd o 75% of accrued executive pay totalling GBP120,000 has been deferred against increased production: 25% to be paid on Admission with the remaining 75% to be paid in three equal tranches contingent on production increasing to 250 bopd; 500 bopd; 750 bopd. Not only have they failed to produce from the nearer targets in the expected quantity the board have totally ignored their statement that they would defer executive pay as the production has not increased as promised see above. In the last drill whilst they did say they would go and have an initial pop at Djeno as part of their earlier drilling priorities, as they have failed to produce from the easier targets some would say the initial drilling of Djeno or the level of data collection around the Djeno was arguably not sufficient (or maybe never would have been) to ever produce a CPR report to convince the market and stabilise the share price for future fund raises. So one could argue that this was an act of desperation or to be fair the only option left to the board to regain confidence of the market. Or an error of judgement thinking the work they did would enable SL Energy to increase the reserves in a new CPR. SL Energy clearly have refused to comply with the board's desire due to lack of sufficient data to enable them to do so prudently. This has had a negative impact on the share price which was already under pressure due to what some would argue was at least two false promises or best over exaggeration of progress. Clearly they have had problems collecting money they were owed and certain companies as previously expressed are owed money or will not carry out further work without being paid. This wont be the first or last potentially exciting exploration in resources that "could" run out of money or have to dilute the share price to such an extent that what was a very exciting play with huge upsides to be less exciting or indeed run out of funds. I am always open to persuasion that the issues to date are finally resolved, but in the absence of sufficient wealth being generated from the "easier" targets to make the project self funding or partially self funding the company has turned this asset into a one off well drill that requires funding. In other words it has effectively become a raise of new funds for a wild cat strike. If it works they will be heroes if it does not everyone loses their money. What I find difficult to stomach is unbalanced be they positive or negative bloggers who seem to be immature and deluded in their beliefs. I have seen AP Findlay being equally voracious on other threads when he has exited and deramping a share unjustifiably as well as being hugely biased with inane comments when he is long. As opposed to being balanced and honest. These threads were initially started up for honest comment and collection of market rumours be they positive or negative by people who understood which ever industry they related to. With additional comment from people who understand NAV and cash flow concerns. The idea being that they would help retail investors who have less access to knowledge to make sensible investment decisions. Due to the lack of policing of the boards, which may change with the focus on regulatory reviews of social media but it would cost a fortune and be exceedingly difficult to maintain. However, I believe the quality of the posting has dropped to a very poor level with the exception of a few very good and knowledgeable posters. This has resulted in many private groups in starting their own independent group threads. The one I read has both positive and negative comments but is private and you get the feeling if someone is rude about a share they are just trying to protect their fellow investors and not trying to make a quick or even illegal buck. I shall shut up now but I hope that this is a balanced view on this situation, but for now I am not prepared to reinvest until the management is changed or some clarity returns to AAOG. It does not help they are paying themselves enormous salaries, without delivering results, are looking at other projects and have been disingenuous with some of their statements to the market place (in my opinion). I have lost trust and would dearly like to see the board and the Nomad (who should take their share of the blame)changed.
sep800: SHOCKING OIL TREND Here in the US and confirmed oil prices will continue to fall well below 2015 prices. Bloomberg have stated oil will continue into the first qrt 2019 in crisis and expect many more E & P companies to go bust. They have mention there are too many E & P's that can not afford to exist other than public means of support ie. AIM to continue funding. If Oil continues to fall ( $45 at present ) and the markets are hedging Oil prices to be further lower than previously ( $28 ) Then we will see further pressure in AIM companies not getting funding at all. A Must watch to all those investing in OIL. Watch BloomBerg- Topic Oil Crisis ( 29th Dec 2018 ) Why is this significant here. Well we know when AAOG entered the AIM markets, Oil was rising and had peaked and the last 3 months, Oil has been drifting down, and will continue to dive down due to the enormous hedging forcing prices to continue to fall. From $85 down to $45 in 3 months. Alarming We know AAOG tried to raise funds last month via CLN's and failed due to the Broker shorting the share price. With only £750K raised instead of £5M of the potential amounted required by AAOG over a given period. Then this will leave AAOG to raise via placing. They don't have a choice. We see the share price from 6p - 10p and this will be the opportunity for a funding of a sort. The question here is at what price ? With this given market conditions and markets are flooded with excess Oil then be very hard for a placing without a reduction in value to the current share price Reading the RN's carefully again repeatedly it confirms future funding. But delay in the flow rates and continued falling Oil prices doesn't bode well with AAOG. They have had some much time to get the drilling complete 12 months ago and have failed in every department other than continue to raise funds of which no doubt will happen again very soon. Can AAOG survive a falling Oil trend with limited resources. Bloomberg are suggesting even some of the big giants with suffer and even go bankrupt without private support. At what stage will private individuals continue to back a company without confirmed flow rates. Why is AAOG delaying these flow rates and not continue with the full depth of the drill ? ( RNS 27th Dec 2018 states a Pause in the Drill - really ) I hope AAOG are not being cunning again by buying more time letting the share price to rise just to be hit by a placing. Are they hoping by delaying the ultimate drill more investors will buy purely on the current depth tests ?. This is no de-ramp other than be aware of the current Oil Crises conditions which will continue well into 2019. Meanwhile here we are with a drill that now is to be halted and for how long ?. I see why CEO wants to raise £5M for other drill etc.More likely he is aware of the current trends and wants to secure the BOD's jobs for a few more years, But we all have been lend to believe this Well will be huge & no need to generate any more funds as this will be self sufficient. All the evidence now show other wise. No doubt I will be bombarded with many negative posts. But at least get yourself unto date with the Oil crisis right now and it will continue well into 2019, then make your own assumption before posting here. After all its your money too, and reading the Bloomberg report will at least make you realise the good intentions of this post. GLA
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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