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Baron Oil LSE:BOIL London Ordinary Share GB00B01QGH57 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.025p +9.09% 0.30p 4,648,492 11:33:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.25p 0.35p 0.30p 0.275p 0.275p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -2.06 -0.11 4.1

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18/1/201916:40Baron Oil PLC10,081
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 0.28p.
Baron Oil has a 4 week average price of 0.23p and a 12 week average price of 0.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 27.73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.20p.
There are currently 1,376,409,576 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 19,070,615 shares. The market capitalisation of Baron Oil is £4,129,228.73.
hugomaracuya: Good morning Joe. I agree CoS isn't a good indicator, but I guess its used for those who don't have sufficient knowledge about the industry to form their own opinion of the risks, or potential, and is probably the closest way of giving the public "the odds", to put it in a gambling context. And yep, seismics and historical info are the key, but as you say, geologists don't always agree either, as 2 geologists could "interpret" the data differently. But no matter how much we investors study the industry, learn, accumulate knowledge over many years of investing, there is always a large percentage who don't invest, but merely play the markets like a game of roulette. Traders, although they have no loyalty to the company like investors do, are unfortunately still necessary, as they play a part in making the share price what it is, so I suppose the companies have to try to offer their view of the "odds" to keep the players playing. But as I said earlier, my opinion is that the GCoS takes it a step further, towards even hyping the odds. But when all said and done, yeah, its the drill bit and core samples that tells us in the end. Maybe after 12 years of waiting, we might get lucky, haha.
redhill: I'd like to see options granted above the present share price as an incentive. Not just a freebee.
alasdair100new: Why would someone who is dumping their stock bought take part in a placing? If the stock dumping stops the share price would rise a lot.There are obviously some good buyers out there- there is just too much supply currently. Only someone who wants out would be selling millions of shares at the moment
petecb1: "The share price is going to rise steadily from now...."If I had a pound for every time someone had said that in the last 10 years I wouldn't be messing around on aim anymore
nlmbidc: The share price is going to rise steadily from now on as we approach drilling news on Wick, Colter and Peru XX1. This should be the most exciting phase of the companies history. Never before have we had three drills in quick succession. colter has a very high chance of success. It has previously been drilled successfully and has a GCS of 58%. Wick could be a company maker even at only 15% interest. I see these being around 1p a share within 2 weeks without any specific date for spudding. Enjoy!
nlmbidc: The probability remains that success in colter or wick will significantly enhance the share price.
nlmbidc: I can understand long term holders having their doubts but the CEO at the March presentation (on the boil website) stated that any of the 3 planned well being successful would have a significant impact to the share price. If all three wells are successful and the SE Asia target is successful I see around 10 pence being possible. Remember that Colter and Wick have other prospects that will not be explored by the first well.
pazzuzu: A great detailed outline by sadaat.Here it goes, tip with 500-700% upside potential in next 4-6 months TIP 09: BOIL (Baron Oil)Market cap : £6.50m (Target m/c: £50m mid-case, £100m high-case)Share price: 0.475p (Target price: 3p mid-case, 7p High-Case)Drilling: Wick & Colter to drill in Q3 (September) and El Barco-3X Well in Peru to spud in summer (I'm not expecting this will be drill in summer, but if it happen, it will be big bonus in valuation)Cash position: $5.2m as of Jan 2018. Fully funded to cover all 3 wells.Resource size (Net BOIL): Wick (4 mbbls)Colter (1 mbbls)Total Reserve from UK: 5 mbbls = £50m NPV (600% upside)El Barco-3X target 25 BCF = 4 mbbls = £40m (500% alone from El Barco-3X) . Total NPV from 3 wells = £90m (1400%). El Barco-3X also has oil potential at deep zone targeting 8 mbbls tough it's deep zone is high risk thus not included in the valuation. if it hits oil at deep zone this will worth £80m alone the deep zone. Risk: Colter: Chances of success: 58%, Wick: Chances of success: 30% But UPL terms it as Low Risk, PERU is low risk shallow target and high risk oil target (bonus)Currently trading at bottom level, and compare to other shares in same play, BOIL is under valued and high upside potential ( BOIL v UPL UOG RBD)If colter drill hit oil, this will worth £12-15m, if wick hit oil it will worth £40m and if El Barco-3X hit gas this will worth £40m and if hit both target (gas & oil)= £100m (1500%)All calculations are based on $55/b oil prices, where as current oil prices is above $70/bPersonally, I see 100-200% pre spud (like UPL) and any oil discovery this will multi bag (500%+) from current level.Cost of drill net to BOIL: Colter: £0.5mWick: £0.85m El Barco-3X: £1m ($1.4m)Total Cost: £2.35m (Cash Balance: £3.6m)Comany is also in discussion with 3rd party for farm-in in El Barco-3X that will cover 50% cost.Wick Prospect= Low Cost, Low Risk RNS update position: luck and alway DYOR.
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: 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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