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ANGS Angus Energy Plc

-0.025 (-4.0%)
30 Nov 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Angus Energy Plc ANGS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.025 -4.0% 0.60 14:35:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.60 0.575 0.645 0.60 0.625
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Angus Energy ANGS Dividends History

No dividends issued between 30 Nov 2013 and 30 Nov 2023

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Posted at 18/10/2023 12:26 by sincero1
13reallyneedsahobbycptmainwaring47 " Not gone through the CPR yet, not high on my To Do List."..... i bet , this insignificant stale urine smelling old nobodys days are full enough already aren't they ....

nurse wakes him , changes, washes and feeds him...wheels him over to the staring window for a bit...nap time....meds...another nap time... pc time to log on pointlessly to troll angs , vast, ukog, ujo avct... nurse changes him again... nap time ... nurse changes him again .... nap time ... dinner...nap time... nurse changes him again... sedated until the morning ...
Posted at 18/10/2023 11:21 by jtidsbadly
JA51: ....furthermore, if they're planning to drill a new well at the end of Q3 2024, they’d better stop planning and start ordering the kit and engaging the drillers, what? If the recent past is any guide.

They seem to have been spending about £4.5mm p.a. on opex this year. It’s not surprising that they excluded from the AEWB3 Accounts that very useful cash flow and expenses table. It seems to me they’re running hard to stand still. And if they don’t repay their £6mm plus usurious interest of c. £600,000 to Aleph by mid-January (either by negotiating a cheaper facility or through another really massive dilution - which would probably require a bid), they will be over a barrel again. I don’t know what the FCA would say about a big new loan with yet more cheap warrants, giving the lenders a huge platform for a bid for the minorities. The small shareholders would be effectively disenfranchised. No dividend, no chance of a meaningful vote. Not what you invest in shares for, really.
Posted at 13/10/2023 15:48 by onetomany
Don't talk pish. There's no limit on production. Balcombe will be excellent additional revenue when it comes on stream. The huge cash inflow from October onwards will accelerate the development. Really exciting few months ahead for ANGS and the rerating will commence in earnest this month. Within next week, maybe ten days, we will have RNS on Balcombe, pipeline completion and new funding. Soon after is a strategic update presentation to shareholders. Soon after that we will have the terms and timelines on storage.
Posted at 13/10/2023 08:51 by headinthesand
Reality check. The connection of the permanent flowline (which presumably will happen eventually) will not increase production capability in any way.

As to today's chairman's letter, ANGS is of course going to get the authority it seeks to issue up to 5.078 billion new shares.

It is definitely going to issue 516 million of these to Kemexon as soon as it is granted the authority, and all signs point to it also issuing a further 1.8 billion to Aleph in January.
Posted at 03/10/2023 19:54 by 1347
Porkies? You're too kind JA....

23 May 2022 Update on Brockham

Angus Energy plc (AIM: ANGS) is pleased to announce that it has recommenced oil production and water reinjection at its Brockham oil field (PL 235) in the Portland reservoir, in which Angus has a 80% interest. Current average rates of production from the BRX2-Y well are 50 barrels of oil per day.

7 March 2023 Annual Report

The Group continued with its plan to obtain commercial value from the licence by resuming production from the Portland reservoir. An application to the Environment Agency for permission to re-inject formation water to maintain pressure in that reservoir to gain maximum hydrocarbon recovery was submitted which included an updated Hydrogeological Risk Assessment. The Environment Agency had completed their determination of the permit variation and the permit was issued on 02 March 2022.
A Field Development Plan was also submitted to this effect to the NSTA which was approved.

Recompletion of the BR X4Z well as a Portland producer is slated for the end of Q2 2023 which will increase production to circa 150 bopd.

30 June 2023 Interim Report

The Field has been shut in during the period, awaiting essential maintenance and overhaul of equipment. Plans are being made to restart production in the second half of 2023.

So over half way through the second half of 2023 and.......
Posted at 23/8/2023 16:26 by headinthesand
I don't (and indeed can't) disagree with you, 1347. History clearly shows what ANGS has done for (or rather, to) PIs - except for those few who have been short-term trading the stock and timing their entrances and exits smartly enough.

The share still has the capacity to surprise - though it seems never in a positive way. Back in the late spring and following the news of what turned out to be a successful and production-doubling sidetrack (no matter how late and over budget that turned out to be), I certainly never expected the share price to decline inexorably downward ever since to today's 0.68p levels.

Mind you, ANGS hadn't been exactly candid about the levels of debt and cashflow drain, had it?
Posted at 04/8/2023 11:05 by headinthesand
I'm pumping ANGS? Are you for real?

I remain both delighted and relieved that I have precisely none of my hard-earned in ANGS.
Posted at 25/7/2023 16:42 by headinthesand
1347, I took the latest RNS as stating that ANGS and Mercuria agreed to fix the quarterly floating prices on 50% of the last 12 months of hedges, rather than ANGS and Mercuria agreeing four single quarterly exit prices for ANGS to pay off that 50%.

The former results in a now fixed liability of £6.25 million, the latter in a now fixed liability of £9.2 million.

I agree that as usual (and no doubt deliberately) it's not been made clear.
Posted at 20/7/2023 13:59 by headinthesand
£6m just won't be enough to cover off the rest of the calendar year's already incurred liabilities that need paying back, plus cover ongoing monthly field opex and G&A with the post-derivative settlement revenues ANGS is currently generating out of SFBY. Not without a major increase in the spot gas price - right now, ANGS will be lucky to generate much more than £1.6m of free revenue from gas sales in July.

What RH needs to do is get that replacement $25m/£20m longer-term facility signed. Yes, it's still painfully expensive at 15%, but a) it's cheaper than existing debt and far more importantly b) it would give ANGS the time it needs on production to be able to pay it back.
Posted at 14/1/2023 21:58 by chickbait
Negan. Do you mean these posts. What?

onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:46:14 - 31713 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
However you might be interested to know that I’ve added beaucoup these last few days.
onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:45:21 - 31712 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
What I said was that I know someone on the site. Not that I have any kind of information from him. What?
onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:43:14 - 31710 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
3 years
onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:41:55 - 31708 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
What’s your intel? I’ve got one on the ground
onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:37:51 - 31706 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
Days away from 3p. 5p end of month. #lifechange
onetomany - 14 Jan 2023 - 21:31:53 - 31704 of 31717 New Angus Charts and News - ANGS
No failure. I’ve been told it’s a success so only about flow rates now. Even poor rates would mean huge upside.

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