Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc LSE:BOR London Ordinary Share GB00B08F4599 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.28 532,535 08:00:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.07 3.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.76 -0.16 19
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:38:50 O 5,000 3.126 GBX

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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 3.28p.
Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.06p and a 12 week average price of 1.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 8p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.55p.
There are currently 587,957,318 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 671,596 shares. The market capitalisation of Borders & Southern Petroleum Plc is £19,285,000.03.
brazilnut1: Whoppy dont think for one minute that I don't want these shares to succeed big time. I hold so would be stupid not to. However all the talk about stupid and ridiculous valuations and a sky rocketing share price really annoys me as green investors can be sucked in by the rampers and lose their money (like I have done myself). If it is going to happen here, just let it happen by events but I have seen enough of BOR events and false spikes to think it unlikely. As I always say oil and gas is worth nowt in the ground.
bb_watch_dog: Market talk of Shell's renewed interest in Falklands' oil Monday, April 28th 2008 - 21:00 UTC Full article 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.
markymar: Whoppy All you have posted is factual but until any of the Wells are appraised at a cost of 200 million BOR is going no where as non of it may flow or not be there as first thought.They can't get a partner,it's a dormant shell last 10 years so only place this share price is going is downDirectors raised 2 Mill to pay there wages and pensions and keep licence
markymar: 4p hence hence share price manipulate All that money will do as pay the fat lazy directors for a bit longerAs for stake building its a drop in the ocean 18 million for any company that could developed this field so would just take it overRemind us Gus how much would it cost to get the LPG out the ground?You can't answer that a clueless as you still think it oil in the ground
brazilnut1: AR eh ? Huge profit announcement to make share price jump to 10p. Come on BOR you can do it.
whoppy: brazilnut, The reason this is rising is the global price of oil and the supply crunch for gas and the need for new discoveries to be brought into production. BOR is sitting on a huge discovery of LPG which the market desperately needs. This is different from RKH. The development is straight forward and can be fast tracked to production and revenue. The share price is just re-testing all support horizons before satisfying the market that it can move up with purpose to higher levels.
jnbrw: Valuation/ share price/ mkt cap factsRkh 458m ( 8.76p) = 40M mkt capBor 587m (2.99p) = 17.5M mkt capArg 238M (3.6p) = 8.5M mkt cap
cyan: Hi again whoppy. Will BOR also commercially produce/exploit the Propane and Butane as well as the condensate? I note the word 'potential ' here; 'GCA's work investigated the potential to produce the LPGs (Propane and Butane) in addition to the condensate.' The whole relevant paragraph; "Composition analysis of the hydrocarbon samples collected in the Darwin discovery well (61/17-1) demonstrated that the gas is a very rich, sweet gas capable of producing liquid condensate and LPG. Borders & Southern has previously discussed development concepts whereby the liquid condensate could be produced and the "dry" gas re-injected back into the reservoir, allowing it to be available for a future LNG project, subject to commerciality. GCA's work investigated the potential to produce the LPGs (Propane and Butane) in addition to the condensate. They prepared a revised Equation of State model of the rich gas and updated the dynamic reservoir model for Darwin East and Darwin West. Utilising six vertical production wells and four vertical gas injector wells (five wells on each fault block) they derived the following best estimate:..."
falklandi: This will be in double digits easily on small positive news. The fun will start once the placing/RI is done dusted. Bor & Arg share price will do much better thank rkh share price when Navitas signs the deal (% wise)...hold bor arg & rkh .......ATB
cyan: Good morning gus 3000 I think you are referring to DOBSON who is described by BOR below; "Harry Dobson (Non-executive Chairman) Harry Dobson is a former investment banker and senior partner of Yorkton Securities. He currently engages in various merchant banking and venture capital activities in North America and Europe, and has acted as Chairman of a number of resource companies (including American Pacific Mining Company Inc. and Lytton Minerals Limited). He was formally the Chairman of Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. (a Toronto Stock Exchange and AIM quoted company) and Rambler Metals and Mining plc (an AIM quoted company). He is experienced in the organisation and funding of resource projects, including those located in inaccessible locations. Harry is Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and sits on the Audit Committee." See here; hTTps:// He does have a large 'interest' in BOR shares in a convoluted way; "Directors and their interests The beneficial and other interests of the Directors and their families in the share capital at 31 December 2020;" Extract; "Harry Dobson 26,670,000 " "The ordinary shares in which Harry Dobson is interested are held by the Zila Corporation, a company owned by the Whitmill Trust Company Limited, as trustee of The Lotus Trust of which he is a beneficiary." Source; page 14 hTTps:// This line from his Biography is interesting; " He is experienced in the organisation and funding of resource projects, including those located in inaccessible locations." All well and good BUT BOR has not yet raised the necessary finance to remain a 'going concern'; its five to midnight and still not sorted; why not? Anyone reading the BOR RNS will not be filled with optimism , imo, its poorly worded. It could have been much more definite and reassuring. As it stands it reads to ME like they are struggling; working on more than one finance option; looking around. This should have been sorted well ahead of critical deadlines; the licenses expiring and the YE 2021 audit and the requirement to demonstrate they have working capital for the next 12 months. I can only conclude it was not sorted well ahead of time because they are struggling. IF there was a potential farmin partner in the wings they should have have indicated so in the RNS with caveats. If DOBSON was keen to personally support a refinancing somehow you'd think he would have done so by now. The real mystery is the circa £100K recent buy. I think most viewed that as a big positive; making assumptions. I suppose we can not discount the possibility it was just a punt from an extremely wealthy guy. The stark facts remain; BOR's licenses are close to expiring and they still have not reassured the market and the FIG that they have the necessary finance .
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