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Borders & Southern Petroleum LSE:BOR London Ordinary Share GB00B08F4599 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.13p -4.11% 3.03p 3.03p 3.24p 3.03p 3.03p 3.03p 109,051 10:04:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.9 -0.2 - 14.67

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15/12/2018
21:39
Ummmm so what next.Bor is in a very interesting position,i personally have it under good authority(the top) that things are progressing very nicely and that there is "fantastic interest" in Darwin. The fact of the matter is of course,is that there is no correlation between a market cap of £15 million quid ish with several milion in the bank and an asset value in the billions of pounds.In essence what we have is priced at zero. The key here is not just the amount we have but the quality,super light oil(condensate) which is the very best and at least half a billion barrels.Not scrubby shale or the heavy stuff but the holy grail. Now irrespective of markets,irrespective of oil price above usd 55,we have a clear unforgettable massive amount of assets,we owe no money and we have no partner.We have millions of pounds in the bank and under 500 million shares in issue,held by loyal partners who purchased massively above the current spot price and still hold. This stock is so compelling,so highly investable and possibly one of the few left in AIM with a bloody decent management structure who will get the partner that we all need.What next> farmin and when it happens,well bloody hell we will be at 50 p before you blink. So yes AIM in general across the board is normally a gamble,but this beauty is an investment.Buy and hold,do nothing more... All the best Lights out.........
gus 3000
05/12/2018
08:22
Not much free stock floating,small algo trades dominating with trigger sells to make the illusion that we are down on a daily basis. When in fact on the ask there is nothing much available and we are back to the 4's again. My bet is 2019 is finally..... the year of the BOR and wow what a price to be in at,when that RNS pops through you will see the rerate of all rerates.
gus 3000
29/11/2018
12:04
hTtp://en.mercopress.com/2018/11/29/sir-alan-duncan-praises-agreement-on-falklands-second-commercial-link-with-the-region
whoppy
29/11/2018
11:59
This is a significant step forward of the falklands A large oil and gas company, with over a billion quid to invest would look for zero political issues with their investment. At least initially. But their are still issues ie trade between the islands and South America, in particular Argentina and Brazil. All of which is a result of Argentinian sanctions That's something that has to be dealt with at the summit next week. The war was 40 years ago, Lets work this whole this out Rumblefish
rumblefish
29/11/2018
11:50
whoppy Thank you
rumblefish
29/11/2018
11:40
htTps://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-and-argentina-agree-new-flight-linking-the-falklands-and-south-america
whoppy
29/11/2018
11:31
Whoopy Have u read that recently... if so please post link Rumblefish
rumblefish
29/11/2018
11:00
UK / Argentine relations improving. Does this make a farmout more likely.
whoppy
23/11/2018
16:59
From the RKH thread as it bears some similarities re risk First May is going to sell NI off to the EU to get her deal Next May is going to let Spain get Gibraltar to get her deal To stay in power the Tory Party will have to spend more on the NHS than whatever Labour promise to spend ... expect promises of 100 Billion plus GBP over next term. The MOD is going to get decimated to fund the NHS spend by both parties Less than 5 years after Brexit and with either party in charge Expect the Falklands to be taken back by Argentina All existing UK investors monies there .... gone buywell3 - 26 Jun 2018 - 13:09:06 - 41004 of 41416 RKH - RKH 20p cometh chartwise again my call dyor
buywell3
22/11/2018
13:55
Noble know about the South Falklands and will want to get their money back from drilling the Northern Licences with FOGL. Borders gives them that opportunity and more.
whoppy
22/11/2018
13:12
I heard a rumour about what I think you two may be talking about but considered it was probably just that - a rumour.... was it by any chance involving one of the larger independents ? If it is then I still think it was probably made up/noise/wishful thinking.... btw I don't want to be seen to be talking this down as I own some borders and am well underwater but the rumour I heard a while ago just didn't ring true
adg
22/11/2018
12:48
I posted BOR to produce oil before RKH? You bet............ As discussed off board GOM,i am very sure the agreement is near and the partner wont be debt ridden PMO it will be someone with deep pockets.
gus 3000
22/11/2018
12:31
One for the tech traders. I’m reasonably certain that the retrace is complete now. Hilarious if Borders thrash Rockhopper into first place!
gunsofmarscapone
22/11/2018
11:31
Certainly some good buy-interest at BOR, today. f
fillipe
22/11/2018
09:49
Indeed, standby for...... BOR-LASTOFF!
gunsofmarscapone
22/11/2018
09:12
Falkland Islands tax regime is very low,the deal is highly attractive and very workable.Note the amount they can get out of the ground daily,nearly 100k boe per day.Staggering
gus 3000
21/11/2018
16:19
Let's talk economics $30-40 to extract and transport crude is cheaper the any other off shore discovery in the world. Darwin is in deep water, other discoveries maybe shallow, but if Count in the state taxes of exports it makes the deal unworkable. Russia had 50% export duty on all crude. A lot of poorer country's consider oil as a means To pay for running their country. Fill me in Rumblefish
rumblefish
21/11/2018
16:04
Gunns u should get on your helicopter and fly out asap.. Darwin has at least 350 million barrels of condensate (not including gas) BUT most importantly other targets within the field zone. Majors don't want to commit to $1.2 billions of infrastructure without more pay zones. We have Sullivan, stokes and Covington, all of which could add 750 million barrels At the cost of $30-40 per barrel... This is cheaper then US franking, which is at $50-60... Saudi Arabia probably runs at $20.. along with the other Arab emirates states Falklands Is a friendly state with tax benefits. Argentina Is friendlier Ready up Rumblefish
rumblefish
15/11/2018
12:00
Gus, you are thinking only terms of remoteness. The concept of hydrocarbon stranding is much more complex. Sometimes an accumulation can be stranded even if in proximity to infrastructure, within a stable, fair tax jurisdiction. Bentley field heavy oil is/was in that category. Many gas fields are stranded due to being remote from ullage or too small, in a geo-political context prohibitive to business confidence. Kribi onshore LNG still suspended due (in my opinion) to the toxic politics of Cameroon. You are probably aware that a large Anglophone province have UDI’d. That’s enough for investors to sprint for the door. UBS have an excellent download based on environmental law increasing accumulation stranding. I have a more technical pdf on old ipad but still lost and old version of goodreader so needs migrating. I still think Bor could succeed and I have not bolted mate! Just nowhere near as exposed to stranding risk as before. I’ve already got an r/c helicopter btw.
gunsofmarscapone
14/11/2018
19:20
GOM,the thing is-is that i don't like helicopters. Stranded discoveries? Really,please enlighten me as to where in the world these are apart from the falklands at present. Our very rich liquid gas(which is actually more marketable than the black stuff) is indeed highly sought after and will be even more so in 2 years. Once we get our agreement and are around 50p for starters,i will indeed buy you a toy helicopter and if we get to 75p it will have remote control.Just private message me at the time with the delivery address.
gus 3000
13/11/2018
23:02
Gus, we have traded err direct comments but as a speculator myself I would offer massive respect if you bought an actual helicopter on the basis of your decisions, even if I have to make do with a Lego one. Really I would.
gunsofmarscapone
13/11/2018
20:04
GOM,well i have to disagree.I could write a whole book on why,but for now i hold. We are at 2p again,but look at the state of others.... for me i wouldn't sell at 10p or 1p,i am long term here and do not trade this stock.If anything,i actually hope for another stab below 2p as i will double my holding. I will ping you a mail when we are at £1. Anyway,i wish you the best.
gus 3000
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