Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baron Oil LSE:BOIL London Ordinary Share GB00B01QGH57 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.35p 400,000 14:00:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.30p 0.40p 0.375p 0.35p 0.35p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.2 0.0 - 4.82

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20/3/201814:57Baron Oil PLC9,338
29/1/201821:24A BOILER ROOM SCAM ?50
16/11/201712:29Worth a Little Taste ?8
20/11/201409:01why are they jere1
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Baron Oil Daily Update: Baron Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOIL. The last closing price for Baron Oil was 0.35p.
Baron Oil has a 4 week average price of 0.34p and a 12 week average price of 0.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.13p.
There are currently 1,376,409,576 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,625,420 shares. The market capitalisation of Baron Oil is £4,817,433.52.
tommo41: aktied, In response to your post: those 'risk-free' options caused a lot of angst when they were announced. They were awarded at what was a discount to the then share price, which had already been decimated during this Board's tenure. Shareholders were questioning then, as now, as to why they weren't prepared to buy some shares on the open market as a means of inspiring some confidence in their ability to turn things around. The last few years have been a pretty grim period for BOIL shareholders. Prospects are looking brighter now but there is still a long way to go. Some Director share purchases on the open market would certainly keep the momentum going.
nlmbidc: Good roundup of the 2018 programme. Success for all of those should provide a considerable upside on the share price.
tommo41: Personally, I'm not too sorry to see the departure of Bill Colvin. I think he was dropped in it when Rudolph Berends suddenly passed away but the ensuing few years of operational stagnation and share price capitulation have been testament to his lack of ambition, vision and drive compared to that of Berends. Perhaps I've been guilty in the past of tarring Malcolm Butler with the same brush as Colvin but perhaps he will turn out to have the vision and drive which this company so desperately needs to take it forwards. We'll have to wait and see but BOIL's future certainly looks much rosier today than it did this time last Sunday.
az209: Nice share price turnaround so far!
undervalued companies: Well have a nice 25% discount on the share price when the placing comes though
tommo41: Still no reply to my e-mail. I thought they'd at least have the good grace to acknowledge they'd received it, as politely requested, even if they weren't prepared to offer any information. I'm obviously not a large enough shareholder. In the meantime the share price continues to drift further downwards. This company is a complete shambles.
nlmbidc: They need to keep the larger shareholders on-side because if one decides to sell the bottom drops out of the share price. I would imagine they were given the option of packing it in at 0.3 pence per share. But as there has been no news they are presumably looking to farm-in to another oily or invest in a different sector. I suspect we will hear something soon.
tommo41: nimbidc, Why? I'm not concerned about what they, new or old, may or may not have achieved in the past. I'm concerned about my current investment(?) in BOIL and the fact that it has been brought to its knees over the past two to three years. The current board deserve all the current criticism (whether tounge-in-cheek or not) and should expect to continue to receive criticism until they demonstrate that they can produce something which is going to have a positive impact on the company's fortunes. They are all drawing salaries for presiding over what can only be presently described as a complete shambles. They are answerable to the company's shareholders. If they don't like that then they can always resign and seek employment elsewhere. The share price is hovering just above an all-time low. They have not even had the good grace to purchase even a token amount of shares on the open market which would demonstrate faith in their own abilities and inspire a touch of confidence in their long-suffering shareholders. The fact that they haven't speaks volumes, in my humble opinion, as to where this mess is ultimately heading.
tommo41: The share price of this company is up and down more often than Kevin Spacey's underpants at a Boy Scout Jamboree. It would be nice if there really was something behind this latest rise but I've lost all faith in this bunch of clowns coming up with anything positive and I fully expect the share price to be closer to 0.20p by the end of the week. Do I take advantage of this rise to get out at a smaller loss than the one I would have realised had I sold last week? which I very nearly did. Or do I take a chance that they prove me wrong and finally deliver some good news?
nlmbidc: A lot of disappointment on this board understandably, but Z34 has essentially dragged the share price down from 7P plus on high hope to todays share price on no hope. There were more shares bought than sold yesterday which demonstrates that the share price is at the bottom. The astute that have not been tainted by Z34 have a good buying price imho. UOGG have absolutely no chance of accessing the ESCROW cash as it is under BOIL's control. The SE Asia project should provide a good uplift in the share price once they get the boundary discussions concluded and the PSC contract signed.
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