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Angus Energy Plc LSE:ANGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKC989 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.75 1,031,789 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.70 0.80 0.75 0.75 0.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.20 -5.04 -1.08 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:00:26 O 112,877 0.701 GBX

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26/10/2020
08:20
Angus Energy Daily Update: Angus Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANGS. The last closing price for Angus Energy was 0.75p.
Angus Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 715,158,325 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,818,976 shares. The market capitalisation of Angus Energy Plc is £5,363,687.44.
22/10/2020
19:02
jtidsbadly: chickndinner: you could add to your list: Why did the new but temporary MD appoint the Earl of Clanwilliam as Chairman as soon as he was himself appointed MD? Why, if they were owed money for Brockham by Doriemus, did they not offset this against the price they paid Doriemus for the latter’s shares in Lidsey? Why did they buy Doriemus’ stake in Lidsey at all? Were they aware of Wingas’ de-commissioning/abandonment provision before they bought Saltfleetby? What does Jonathan actually do? Have they ever been involved in supporting the share price in any capacity? The August ramp would justify closer inspection. What are the ”bad debts” in the AEWB3 balance sheet? How did Angus Energy lose £8mm.+ last year? Is there any value to any potential investor in Angus in the losses in AEWB3.
21/10/2020
16:08
jtidsbadly: I agree that this RNS means they’re having trouble getting £12mm on acceptable terms. What the RNS doesn’t reveal is that they’re seeking powers to increase the no. Of shares by 150% (it’s on the website). That’s a placing(s)of up to c. a billion shares. Presumably shareholders didn’t have time to react this evening. The share price ought to collapse tomorrow. The Doriemus thing is a side issue but funny, if you’re not a holder. Dear oh dear.
20/10/2020
10:03
jtidsbadly: CQ: I think there could well be a relief rally on a debt deal, if it’s big enough, followed by a retracement when the terms sink in. I wouldn’t wait for it though - I agree with you, it’s a sell. If I held it, I’d be worried that the share trade data (which is very unreliable but I can’t see any of those ”sells” at 72 being buys, can you?) are showing £20,000 or so today of sales. I’ve imagined so far that the price is being held above .70p by the placing agents, financed by their fees. Once their fees are close to being used up in this way, if I’m right about this, they’ll be unwilling to support it any more. Angus must be keen to get a loan in place well before this happens. A collapsing share price is not a propitious background in loan discussions.
12/10/2020
16:37
clottedq: JTidsbadly, Agreed. That's the issue with sitting tight and staying invested in a share like ANGS: There's usually some "horrendous" correction in the pipeline waiting to bite you in my experience! In fact I'm amazed the share price has held up this long, given the company's meager prospect of success, against ever dragging timelines... and mounting costs. You would struggle to find a better example of "malfunctioning" management in the history of AIM IMHO. CQ ;-)
24/9/2020
13:00
sheriffcollins: I suppose the Lord Lucan of Finance, JTP , Lord Paddy and the rest of the lot will pay themselves well this year. Without this debt + equity, they would have nothing for themselves. Now about that shareholder value problem..... Anyone notice how Lord Lucan's largest contribution to ANGS is to drive the share price below 1P? Ghastly comical.
12/9/2020
15:43
clottedq: "Yanis over on LSE: Who cares about who the broker is? Look at the current Angus plans and look at the charts - to me they both indicate UP." This is a typical "amateur" assessment of company potential: Who cares what the broker said or who they are...look at the charts: ANGS are 95% down from where they were, so therefore the share price MUST go back up? Erm..... NO!!!!!! The reason the share price has collapsed is not down to mere missed deadlines, but utter and complete failure to deliver ... therefore any future goals are being taken with a pinch of salt by the market and rightly so IMHO. Anguish promised and failed to deliver... the only broker IMHO who would recommend them as a buy currently is a broker who is being paid handsomely to say so by the company themselves ... no wonder nobody knows who they are or what they're called! DOH!!!!! CQ ;-)
12/9/2020
10:34
clottedq: JTidsbadly, I have the same doubts about the "ultimate" viability of any of Anguish's assets... but it won't stop the pump & dump mob from turning a 10% profit on news of Saltfleetby connection. Just look at what happened the day before yesterday on HUR when posters ramped the share price up just before the catastrophic RNS landed. Same old... same old AIM bandits. I think it's possible to skim a profit here and there even on lost causes like ANGS... ... the real issue for ANGS is - right now, there are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many better safer places to trade a 10% margin... why bother risking an investment here... certainly NOT until something is proven up... and even then, keep a careful eye on cash flow and cash in reserves as those salaries "always" need paying. In the meantime, it wouldn't surprise me if they did a placing to buy up an asset abroad to enable them to kick the can a little further... IMHO somewhere nice & warm with a nearby golf course and 5 star hotel probably? CQ ;-)
12/9/2020
08:56
clottedq: As for Anguish's chances leading up to the year end: I seem to remember having similar conversations with shareholders on BB's and hearing similar share price rise predictions from Lucan & chum(p)s last year too? ...Yet here we are... and NOTHING has really changed. Just a lot of hot air, vague promises & more inevitable missed deadlines. As Chickn suggests, Anguish might make a good day trade - "When" Saltfleetby is connected... but until then the likelihood is further delay, disaster and dilution... so why would any right-minded investor even bother!?!?!? Anguish have failed at "everything" so far... so their word means diddly squat until they prove "finally" that they are capable of delivering on something! ... and "NO" Placings don't count as delivering on something!!!!! Since the start of this year, Anguish have gone from 0.85p per share to 1p per share. By comparison GGP have risen from 1.8p to 19.9p per share. Although these companies work in different market sectors... they have the same thing in common with all shares: their success or failure is based upon their management's ability to deliver on targets. GGP are winners because they delivered. ANGS are losers because they repeatedly failed to deliver. CQ ;-)
12/9/2020
00:53
chickndinner: Mark. I am certainly not disputing that the share price could possibly be at 6p come December. Also. I believe that pigs can fly. I also believe in fairies. I do. I do. I really do. In terms of Angs reaching 6p on the back of an RNS saying they are now connected to the gas pipeline at Saltfleetby quite possible? I wonder why Rupert Labrum bailed out though so soon if he was expecting an approx 500% increase to his investment by Christmas if your 6p figure is to be believed? Let's assume that Angus need to do a mammoth placing before Saltfleetby gets connected and there is a possibility that after a large placing the share price will fall dramatically then why would anyone invest now when they can buy in lower? All in my opinion. I am not giving out any advice. I am going by what I think. DYOR!
04/9/2020
11:41
sheriffcollins: GL’s man Ocelot thinks the share price is 14 months behind the times. Now that the Angs PR team are the only crickets on that other board, he can reuse his best material. More like 14 months of zero performance and a second BOD chair mired in scandal, ANGS shares are where they should be, not investable.
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