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
  0.00 0.0% 1.275 0.00 07:32:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.25 1.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -15.60 -1.78 33
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.275 GBX

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Posted at 02/2/2023 08:20 by 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 1.28p.
Angus Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.25p and a 12 week average price of 1.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.93p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.60p.
There are currently 2,589,753,740 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,401,221 shares. The market capitalisation of Angus Energy Plc is £33,019,360.19.
Posted at 02/2/2023 11:03 by jtidsbadly
1347: that’s nice of Mr. Manclark, what?

Negan: well, most of the cash that Anguish received in the December placing seems to have come from Aleph and its associates. Will they be willing/able to stump up more and can they do so without breaching the 30% shareholding milestone? The only value to Mercuria in keeping these bozos in port is the bozos’ ability to raise cash from the equity market, which is free money as far as Mercuria are concerned. If Anguish’s NomAd and broker decide they can’t squeeze any more money out of the market for another placing, it will be time for Mercuria to exercise the Charge terms. If the sidetrack carries on much longer and/or fails, will investors want to bet another £5-8mm on another? There must be a limit, surely? I’m sure they’re going very slowly and surely in this second drilling attempt but the bills are piling up.

But this is AIM. I still think it’s quite likely that in a week or two they’ll announce that they've found gas. Up will go the share price. Slapped will be the mutton chops of the grey crayon eaters. Fleeced will be the mug punters in a placing. Then back we go as the gas doesn’t flow enough to be usable. Same old same old, as 1347 is fond of putting it. I doubt even then that they’ll have enough cash for another sidetrack attempt. Just enough to meet the higher (5.75mmscfd) hedge requirement in a 28-day month and maybe meet the due part of the terms of the July/August forward contract terms deferrals. Then there’s the report and accounts in mid-March. Anguish need this sidetrack to flow commercial quantities of gas. That would hugely change the equation.

Posted at 30/1/2023 17:45 by jtidsbadly
1347: I’m sort-of coming over to your way of thinking. I’m not sure they’re really expecting to find commercial gas with this sidetrack. But they may be able to get the share price up nicely at least one more time. Whether they’ll manage to get Aleph out at a profit would be interesting to see.

This is all pure speculation on my part. The usual disclaimer applies.

Posted at 30/1/2023 16:12 by jtidsbadly
Also from the Wingas report:

“The well SF07y produced free water during the initial test in December 2003. The reservoir pressure was 116 bar(1680 psi)”

It seems they encountered water every time they sidetracked from SF07. I think on one occasion they found a little gas but the water flow was such that it had to be shut in. What’s the betting that the well test (eventually) shows gas, the share price gets a good big pump, in which large chunks of shares find themselves new homes in the accounts of mug punters, followed by a capital raise, and then they find that it’s uncommercial because of water? Though the gas pressure in 2003 must have been several times higher than it is now. It’s all good fun, innit?

Posted at 23/1/2023 12:32 by sincero1
letsbuy1 ...yep it is too easy to humiliate and ridicule the disingenuous isn't it ...i have always said ...truth is the best defence ..... i hit a nerve with neganchickbait didn't i.... just look at all those machine gun filtered posts ...always a sign he hasn't taken his meds... he is not angry with me , he is angry with himself ...believed the old nonshareholder farts ..sold angs at a loss at 1.20 just before it shot up to 2.70..that was after losing 90% of his money in boo ...ouch ... then took the angs loss and put that into ggp ... it halved again ..ouch... and then took that and put it into gcat and that it worth a 1/3 in only 1 month ...ouch...i am no mathematician but damn...that has got to hurt...hence the mental unbalance....if only he had held those angs shares eh ....pahahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Posted at 15/1/2023 13:46 by jtidsbadly
“No failure. I’ve been told it’s a success so only about flow rates now. Even poor rates would mean huge upside.”

“What I said was that I know someone on the site”.

The implication is perfectly clear. Onetomany has a source on site (Poundland) who has given him this early information. He’d better hope the Interim MD will bail him out with an RNS announcing a successfully completed drill at 7a.m. tomorrow, before the market opens, what?

I’d be surprised if they’re even near to being finished with the drilling. Which implies that onetomany is telling a porky in order to benefit from a rise in the share price.

Either way, if he has bought shares having been told privately that the sidetrack is a success, or if he’s fibbing about it, the AIM authorities/FCA/City of London Police should be interested in his assertions. I dare say a retraction and an apology before the market opens tomorrow, and the gift of his shares to a popular charity, would weigh in his favour in any Court case.

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.

Posted at 11/1/2023 15:57 by ja51oiler
Hold on a second!!

For the purposes of the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules ("DTRs"), following Admission of the new Ordinary Shares, the total number of Ordinary Shares in the capital of the Company in issue will be 3,430,876,075 with voting rights. This figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company's share capital pursuant to the Company's Articles. A further disclosure will be made for the Second Tranche Shares after the General Meeting of the Company.

This is what the website shows

Total Voting Rights and Share Capital

The issued share capital of Angus Energy plc consists of 2,938,770,014 Ordinary Shares of £0.002 each with voting rights. No Shares are held in treasury. Therefore, the total number of voting rights in Angus Energy is 2,938,770,014.

Shareholders may use the figure of 2,938,770,014 Shares as the denominator for the calculation by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in or a change to their interest in Angus Energy under the Financial Services Authority’s Disclosure and Transparency Rules.

There are no restrictions on the transfer of Angus Energy plc Ordinary shares.
Shares not in Public Hands

The total percentage of shares not in public hands is 30.11% defined as being beneficial holdings of shares held by shareholders holding above 10% and the directors holdings.

Shareholdings in Angus Energy of greater than 3% are as follows:
Name Percentage of Enlarged Share Capital
Forum Energy Services Limited 15.66%
Aleph Fin C Limited 7.70%
Kemexon Ltd 4.12%
Knowe Properties 3.28%

The above information was accurate as at 24 November 2022 and is based on TR1 notifications received by the Company.


So with those warrants, options and the CLN that's going to be North of 4 Billion shares isnt it??

Posted at 10/1/2023 12:38 by jtidsbadly
JA51: it’s not a simple calculation for Knowe, is it? If they opt to convert at 0.65p., at what average price will they be able to sell their 215mm. new shares? It might be preferable to covert and take the cash. But if the sidetrack succeeds, the share price will take a big hike upwards. The new warrants wouldn't compensate for the opportunity cost of failing to convert. Should they convert before, or after, the sidetrack result is known? Me, I’d want the money out as early as possible.
Posted at 03/1/2023 18:39 by fat frank
WOW! I cannot believe the amount of activity from the 'non-holders club' today.

Can I ask a simple question: at what ANGS share price will you give up and concentrate on the important things in life???

Posted at 02/1/2023 19:33 by jtidsbadly
Negan: if the sidetrack finds what they’re expecting it to, they’ll be OK and the share price will quickly reflect it. If they don’t find anything, or if they hit major costly delays, anything may happen. I don’t know what the share price should be at this point. The management has been so economical with the actualit√© for the nearly three years that I’ve been watching this, that I don’t believe a word they say. But they got lucky with the gas price (as did someone with Lord Snootie in the Poundland hurdles) so who’s to say they won’t get lucky again? Then again, the delays in the sidetrack so far don’t appear to augur well, as 1347 has pointed out.
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