Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angus Energy Plc LSE:ANGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKC989 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -6.25% 0.75 6,266,620 13:12:50
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.70 0.80 0.80 0.75 0.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.07 -2.52 -0.43 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:58 O 100,000 0.73 GBX

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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 0.80p.
Angus Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.73p and a 12 week average price of 0.69p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.60p.
There are currently 931,502,269 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,165,492 shares. The market capitalisation of Angus Energy Plc is £6,986,267.02.
sincero1: jtisdbaly 27.5.21 " poor angs 0.2 soon " share price into sixties shortly" .. i just checked price is .82 .. you are only 310% out ...... discredited completely
sincero1: uclot "Looks like predictions of a further share price fall here were correct..." price is stable , traded volume is tiny, therefore movement in share price of no significance. Your post shows you have no idea what you are talking about but that has been obvious from the start. Jtisdbadly "placing post" right on time , you can set your watch by it . "running out of money " post to follow. What clowns....
headinthesand: JTids & JA51, I freely admit that with characters such as Tidswell still bizarrely on board, ANGS is more than capable of pouring petrol on subdued embers, so who knows? It's mere common sense that the lenders have firmly earmarked the £12 million for Poundland and I am more than sure this has been contractually enshrined (because it's literally the only ANGS "asset" that might be worth a damn). But in that light, I can't see ANGS going to market, cap in hand again, to attempt to finance the Weald re-re-re-re-re-visited, or to indulge any magic pixie dust geothermal rainbow chasing. Similarly, I'd hope that the company can (or is allowed to, under finance terms) cover its other incurred liabilities and ongoing core and non rainbow-chasing running costs out of already secured funds. If not, I really don't think any attempted placing is going to be met with anything other than disgust, so a savage discount would be needed. Sincero, I wouldn't go anywhere near so far as saying a positive week. However, I would say a neutral one (as the share price of course indicates)- if only because the market has already priced in its crashingly dim view on ANGS's overall credibility, no matter who George may pay to hear and propagate his futile squeakings.
headinthesand: As I've said next door, I don't expect the ANGS share price to move significantly up or down unless and until 100% independently verifiable news of commercially viable volumes of gas being pumped from Poundland arrives. The market's paid just as little regard to this week's RNS on financing as it did to the financing update one a month or so back. That's utterly unsurprising to anyone with an IQ bigger than their shoesize. Which may not include George who, following his paid-for softball interview with LSE a few weeks back, has just engaged in another with everyone's favourite PR harlot, Zak Mir. And - again surprise, surprise, zero effect on the share price. The market very plainly ascribes no value whatsoever to any ANGS statement, forecast, estimate, assurance or prediction - yet again unsurprising, given the company's as yet unbroken record of total non-delivery. The only thing that will change the market's view now is first gas in commercially viable quantities. Nothing else will do - and George/ANGS have now entirely run out of excuses. (My most optimistic estimate, presuming that first gas is even extractable in commercially viable quantities, is mid to late Q1 next year, but we'll see). The above factual summary is actually not more bad news for long-suffering PIs. I don't see the current ANGS share price decreasing to any significant extent over the next several months either, because the market's very clearly already built in the company's threadbare credibility. The only things that could cause a short-term steep drop in value would be a further placing (which I personally find it hard to believe would happen, but that entirely depends on how tightly the actual usage of the £12 million has been contractually controlled by the lenders), or a completely bizarre and unforeseeable event (like a non-board director suddenly gifting usage of his shares to some youthful Eastern European blonde for some God-unknown reason). Failing those, I'm forecasting a tight range of doldrums for the ANGS share price until very late this year.
sincero1: HITS - ukog ( in which i'm underwater ) and angs are not the same. Ukog more than 12 times the shares in circulation and don't have decent names attached like mercuria , shell. Angs is a value play compared to ukog. Uclot "Shouldn't Lucan & chums be setting a good example... buying stock" Imagine they did and the share price rose, you plebs would have a field day accusing them of all sorts . Nothing angs can do will appease the halfwits that post regular negativity here . it' laughable.
headinthesand: Sincero, it's merely a simplistic question of contrast. Compared to unremitting radio silence (and completely counter to what the fake posters from the ANGS PR company have been stating for months), today's RNS - though not without its issues primarily revolving around lack of clarity - was bound to be better than nothing. No news was never good news, despite Ocelot's efforts to persuade otherwise. As a side note, I remain disappointed - but on balance, unsurprised - at the entire lack of any sustained minispike in the ANGS share price
headinthesand: Against a news vacuum such as long-suffering ANGS PIs have had to deal with for the last six months, today's announcement has to be seen as some sort of positive. I have a few caveats, as already expressed next door, but I'll precis them here:- 1. Today's RNS states that the terms are "substantially unchanged" from those informed 6 months ago. That's a tad odd - I'd have thought that, now that signatures have obviously been put on dotted lines, ANGS was obliged to fully disclose exact financing terms. 2. What's the £12 million (if it is still £12 million - that's not been made clear in todays' RNS) intended to be variously used for? 3. What's the role of the 2 month old latest Jason J micro venture, Aleph Saltfleetby Ltd, in all this? For what purpose was this vehicle so recently incorporated? 4. The relief-inspired minispike seems to have been disappointingly brief. Over to George then. He now has no more excuses. Entirely separately, the Mercuria involvement is interesting. They are without doubt a "big and ugly". I rather suspect their deciding to get involved actually has very little to do with ANGS and much more to do with the tax loss available at AAOG. If the AAOG/SEL option goes ahead, I imagine that the AAOG confetti will find its way into Mercuria's hands... along with a substantial tax loss that Mercuria with all its industry interests would have a very fair chance of utilising. Mercuria's involvement with ANGS and Poundland may well be a stalking horse, involving some (to them) chump change in return for being able to get hold of a usable £40 million tax loss via SEL - presuming the AAOG deal goes through. The one certainty in these machinations is that AAOG shareholders are going to remain well and truly reamed.
sincero1: HITS - You know my position i have said it enough times. for all the delays the share price remains relatively stable. The share price is all i care about , i deal shares as a hobby to hopefully make money, i'm not a philanthropist. The constant bashing from the anonymous codger brigade here is just supposition and guess work skewed and twisted by bitterness - there is your "banal, valueless and frankly disingenuous, entirely irrelevant" . I repeat i'm waiting for the next rns or 2 , then i will make my decisions. Don't hate the player, hate the game.
sincero1: oh dear, another pleb ... a brief recap to stop you embarrassing yourself , although its a bit late for that eh chump ? I share deal as a hobby . angs i have derisked so on a free ride - obviously this annoys you and a lot of people who lost dealing angs and can't accept that share prices can go down as well as up . to make you feel better cos you are clearly are in need of a lift i'm underwater on ukog... but you won't see me whinging and assuming or guessing on that board , i have self respect.
headinthesand: I really don't know what the kerfuffle is about. Has it been possible to make profitable very short-term trades on ANGS over the last year? Yes it has, if one got the timing bang on right. Has it also been possible to potentially get a free ride with any remaining shares held while doing the above? Yes it has, again providing one got the timing bang on right. Do either of the above possibilities suggest that the ANGS board is in any way competent? No they categorically do not. Do either of the above possibilities give credit to any notion that ANGS is a well-managed company that is liable to deliver balance sheet value and/or a return to longer-term PIs? Absolutely not. I don't dispute for one second that ANGS has potentially been good for short-term traders - the verifiable facts show this potential. But the huge mountain of other equally verifiable evidence logically and exclusively leads to the conclusion that short-term trading is literally all that ANGS as a stock is fit for. Comparing apples and oranges here, folks. It is within the bounds of possibility that Sincero has got himself a free ride on any remaining ANGS shares he may be holding. However and equally relevantly, neither he nor anybody else can point to one single worthwhile achievement made by ANGS or one self-announced timescale hit over its entire history. Because there aren't any. Not one. So maintaining that ANGS is in even the faintest way a stock for long-term growth and returns is in my very firm opinion to either misunderstand through ignorance or misrepresent on purpose. Simples.
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