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Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc LSE:BOR London Ordinary Share GB00B08F4599 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.075 2.66% 2.895 4,602,854 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.70 3.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.76 -0.16 17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:10:07 O 350,000 2.711 GBX

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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Borders & Southern Petro... Daily Update
Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOR. The last closing price for Borders & Southern Petro... was 2.82p.
Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.19p and a 12 week average price of 1.72p.
The 1 year high share price is 8p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.96p.
There are currently 587,957,318 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,130,431 shares. The market capitalisation of Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc is £17,021,364.36.
Posted at 26/1/2023 12:38 by whoppy
He doesn't put in £2m for a punt. He definitely has some knowledge of what's going on. 1000's of oil and gas companies to invest in and he picks BOR, say's info guided him to take a position and not just a small position but quite a huge chunk and growing. If he goes over 10% that will trigger alarm bells.

From a cautious board, this comment is most enlightening in the last sentence of the recent RNS.

"The Company believes that this new phased development concept with accelerated payback, presents an attractive opportunity for industry collaborators and will help attract the necessary funding to advance this exciting project".

No doubt Mr Brimacombe knows how this funding and collaboration is progressing and fits with a timeline for his buying which started last January and still continues in time for an eventual outcome to the negotiations.

Posted at 26/1/2023 10:25 by adg
I think there is more to the Douglas Brimacombe accumulation than a P&D, certain of that - his average must be around about the current share price +/- a bit (not sure if there is any way of finding out?).
There is a market for high API light oil/condensate as a mix in refineries that process heavy oil (USA imports Saudi light crude for that purpose) - also there is a market in Africa as well as North America, tankers can shuttle a lot of $$ value a long long distance and still be very profitable.
With the FPSO/shuttle tanker concept there isn’t a great need for huge O&G infrastructure in the FI although obviously there will be some land based support requirement. I also think it could be developed independent if Sealion - I used to thing that Sealion development would be a prerequisite for Darwin but now don’t think that’s the case.
A one asset operatorship and and does work elsewhere and I see little reason to believe it cannot be achieved at Darwin.
Douglas Brimacombe Has some idea of “a bigger picture” and I think he is possibly lining up to take advantage of whatever he thinks he knows…
Can’t say I like the management but at least they have put their own cash up in the past - many other sim company management don’t so that says something.
Argentina - well that’s still an issue and it won’t go away but perhaps Douglas Brimacombe thinks he is aware of something on that front also ? Who knows but for a potential multibagger vs a 50% downside I think there are a lot worse gambles out there

Posted at 17/1/2023 12:53 by whoppy
It's pretty clear this is going to be a giant in the making. The funding can come from a variety of sources now. 'Industry collaborators' is an interesting term which BOR use in today's update. These 'industry collaborators' must be known to BOR already. Exciting times ahead and more news to follow.
Posted at 17/1/2023 07:32 by rew8080
This is an excellent project and I believe they will get a deal done on it within the next 2yrs. Huge upside in the share price seems likely
Posted at 15/1/2023 08:55 by rangenoresources
Whoopy has disappeared. Just like the share price.The man is a Jonah.
Posted at 17/12/2022 14:47 by whoppy
BOR shares are tightly held by holders so there is minimal free float. I think after the GM on Jan 4th to approve the subscription shares and conditional placing shares, there will be further TR1 announcement's. There will probably be further large buys while the share price is this cheap. After the TR1's, everyone else will catch on and the share price will rise as it did last time. First target is to close the gap to 3p.
Posted at 09/12/2022 08:50 by taxibabe
I believe some years ago some were interested otherwise the share price would never have been 5 GBP plus. The company also had an impressive share roster including many institutions but it all went pear shaped. The oil price collapsed, the institutions pulled out, and the demands of the management took precidence over the shareholders. Anotherwords it became a lifestyle company, rather like 95% of AIM
Posted at 12/9/2022 17:06 by adg
If it were able to be developed and there was even a reasonable chance that it would be Borders acreage is worth easily in the region of 100p++++ PLUS per share - easily, no doubts at all about that….
It’s just that matter of if & when - now that’s the million dollar question ……
Somethings brewing though
PS - What’s the thoughts as to what’s happen here if Sealion was sanctioned by RKH/Navitas…? Fwiw I think BOR share price would easily double from wherever it was

Posted at 25/7/2022 19:26 by cyan
Whoppy; BOR will NOT cure the European gas issue from their production of condensate.

You have just linked to a Russian gas story that has no relevance to what BOR HOPE to produce. Russia are supplying Methane that heats European homes.

On 8th July you pasted the whole content of an article about LNG.

whoppy 8 Jul '22 - 12:12 - 28044 of 28079
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"Nice guess but I bought these sub 1p so in profit.

Https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/The-One-Commodity-That-Wont-Stop-Soaring.html

LNG Investment Is Back"

BOR will not liquefy natural gas. The LNG story has no relevance .

Your posts confuse. BOR will NOT cure the developing domestic natural gas crisis.

They will take away the liquids only. The methane that Europe would like will be re-injected by BOR.

Posted at 30/5/2022 16:56 by bb_watch_dog
Market talk of Shell's renewed interest in Falklands' oil

Monday, April 28th 2008 - 21:00 UTC

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Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc from the UK and which explores for oil near the Falkland Islands rose in London trading on Monday on speculation Royal Dutch Shell Plc may make a takeover bid, according to Bloomberg News.

Borders & Southern shares rose 1.5 pence, or 1.8%, to 84.75 pence, giving the London-based company a market value of 164.7 million pounds equivalent to 328 million US dollars. According to Bloomberg which quotes Jimmy Yates a London based trader "rumors of Shell's interest in Borders & Southern have been around for a while", adding that "the price being bandied around is 220 pence". "We have not been approached by anyone,'' Borders & Southern Chief Executive Officer Howard Obee said in a telephone interview Monday. Borders & Southern is "not aware of any interest by Shell", said Obee. Borders & Southern Petroleum received its first exploration licenses to explore nearly 20,000 square kilometers of the territorial waters of the Falkland Islands in the South Falkland Basin in November 2004. Apparently a spokesman for Shell in The Hague reached by Bloomberg News declined to comment.

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