Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -0.03p -1.71% 1.72p 1.54p 1.90p - - - 319,779 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.9 -0.6 - 8.33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2017
11:21
I'm here 🙋‍a94;️ Still holding
ride the wave 1
20/9/2017
17:55
Too right GOM. I have some RKH I paid as much as 93p for a LONG time ago. Oh dear. Must confess to a little trading. You are right ; one has to trade when one can. Have been buying RKH in quantity recently. Good luck.
cyan
20/9/2017
16:00
Cyan, is it possible that you are not thinking laterally? Its not that Noble would operate a well in the Sfb but it is that a high probability that Nfb well(s) will be operated, therefore optimising cost of any other wells. Exploration involves analysis of found data, therefore gaps in a well programme created by syncopating ops are valued by the pointy heads. "Wildcat drilling", not really worth comment... What is certain is that it is impossible to make profit on Aim without trading between positions, evolving a strategy yet being prepared to flex. Some very good derivative traders do well. What usually happens is that puntvestors dig into savings or borrow to buy shares which sink until the minnow investor capitulates. I bet you bought those Rkh shares for a fair old wedge fella. Edit: syncopating not really the right verb!
gunsofmarscapone
20/9/2017
15:12
Best of luck fadilz. There remain actually two big questions for me; 1. Why the huge sale 2.What happened to ride the wave 1?
cyan
20/9/2017
14:50
Well cyan, each to their own. RKH is realistically a 4-5 bagger. BOR would be more like a 50 bagger. Question is punk: do you feel lucky? If oil looks set to stay in range $55-$65, then I certainly do. End of, from me for now.
fadilz
20/9/2017
13:39
You beat me to the punch; Noble have given up on the SFB. ITs all about the NFB. I do not see anyone keen to speculatively drill in SFB . What can we be sure about Scharnhorst? The old numbers for SFB drills were around $110 million and at that time NFB about $50 million. Yes, most likely less now but the ratio is likely the same. Still very expensive whatever way you cut it. Wildcat drilling in SFB will not be very attractive for anyone despite the theoretical juicy targets down there. The big question is why the huge disposal.?
cyan
20/9/2017
13:27
To my mind it is all down to poo. If poo supports RKH FID, then BOR will not be far behind, IMO. BOR are not in a position to fund-raise at this sp, but would farm-out. Noble no longer have an interest in SFB - all RKH now. I think it unlikely that RKH would spend money on Scharnhorst until they have Sealion producing, but at that stage, anything could happen.
fadilz
20/9/2017
12:59
My point re Noble being the availability of mob, de-mob sharing etc etc. Atb GoM
gunsofmarscapone
20/9/2017
12:58
Hence the mcap Cyan, there is the truth in real time. Envisage this scenario, Rkh could recover to 150p; irrelevant but that is a ten bagger for me based on the average traded to from Bor profits, Des profits xferred into Fogl shares then rev t/o by Rkh. Therefore I am an Rkh holder too! The risk for me in continuing to gather Bor is obviously the spread and any (minimal) downside risk from the present mcap value which is at virtually zero risk of decline sub 1p. Now, back to speculation and don't forget, Tim Bushell (who is a first rate individual whom I have met several times) is retained as SFB expert. Here is the punt, when Noble announce Pl01 Argos wells (should be around Q1 2018) an opportunity will arise to issue new equity and fundraise for a Scharnhorst exploration well. I believe that such a well has a high cos and supports the potential of Bor, as the contiguous licence and discovery, to skyrocket into space. Also, you have become fixated about the cost of Sfb wells, this has reduced hugely due to the depression in oil service company charges and also, the number of wells needed to produce in Darwin and most probably Scharnhorst and other plays/prospects in the SSFB is much lower than the fresh water fan plays of the NFB. May not happen but a far safer position to take than buying Des shares at a delusional mcap or other, ahem, tin pot oilies in the Aim graveyard.
gunsofmarscapone
20/9/2017
10:06
Good morning fadilz. I will take at face value the claims that BOR's per barrel cots are competitive in comparison to SEALION. I am invested in RKH I should declare. I say BOR missed the boat because there are unsubstantiated rumours that BOR DID once have farmin interest. The suspicion is that BOR management may have been greedy and turned their noses up to a deal. They were different days of $100 oil. I am not so sure we will ever see them again. RKH were smart enough to close a deal and lock PMO in during those buoyant days. Look globally at where big oil and gas are heading. The super majors who once might have bought into BOR's acreage are now switching emphasis. They are all moving to majority GAS developments. Oil is not dead by a very long chalk but, imo, the road ahead is becoming clearer. Cleaner low carbon energy is the future. I suspect the best days for oil are past us. In the 70's we all talked about oil running out. In fact there have been many major discoveries and there is an oil glut. PMO; RKH's partner has recently announce a billion barrel discovery. There are many examples in areas of the world so much easier to work. There has been statements that there are going to have to be oil fields left in the ground for ever. I genuinely believe that BOR's asset is one that will never be developed. Maybe the huge seller is seeing the writing on the wall too.
cyan
20/9/2017
08:47
So that 22m at exactly 1p was a delayed trade from Friday. That'll likely be Zila, so if they were so desperate to sell at 65% of market value. Do they know more than the average investor? Management is such a letdown, with poor investor relations. Get rid of em, overpaid oiks. Is it going to be same old with the Interims in a week or so time? UPDATE: That huge sell is now showing twice, so only Lansdown have a recorded holding this big (67,613,605) hxxp://www.bordersandsouthern.com/media/pdf/2016%20Annual%20Report.pdf So could they still have another 22 mill to sell?? 22,347,107 x 3 is 67,041,321 so not far off.
barvin
20/9/2017
07:40
cyan costs to develop Darwin are similar to Sealion phase 1, with similar recoverables. Simpler trap so half the wells. Breakeven claimed at $40. Agree they must find a partner, but if they do it will have a stellar effect on share price Just consider that RKH has a mcap of 12x that of BOR. High risk but potentially huge returns. If we stay above $55 for the foreseable, then outlook improves. If RKH get to FID then outlook improves. This is a bet on poo.
fadilz
19/9/2017
21:20
Goodness that was a big sell. I see there is a lot of enthusiasm on the LSE BB for BOR. I just do not see BOR ever getting a farmin . They missed the boat. SEALION will go ahead imo in the NFB but this deep water asset in the SFB has challenges. Drill costs in the NFB are half the SFB. I think the pi's have missed out the main problem facing BOR. Its not just the money but the fact that they will need a major oil company to partner them. There is a limited pool of very large oil companies up for these deep water expensive projects and I think they do not need the political hassles affecting their South American interests. Big oil is watching its expenditure these days and, frankly, there are cheaper less political risky fields to buy into first.
cyan
19/9/2017
20:12
well that was a big sell
ohisay
15/9/2017
12:20
no idea..just seen..taken another 100k just now. sitting on 300k now.
comedy
09/9/2017
10:44
HNR - TWO wells successfully drilled with abundant oil and gas in samples extracted! Fracking and FIRST OIL next month! Don't miss this train!
happyholder123
27/6/2017
17:16
AGM presentation: http://www.bordersandsouthern.com/media/pdf/AGM%20presentation%2026%20june%202017.pdf If anyone can add to it, please do
fadilz
27/6/2017
17:00
Perhaps those at the AGM liked what the management had to say?
rodderz77
27/6/2017
15:21
Interesting share price action today in all FI oilers - any ideas?
adg
27/6/2017
14:24
Anyone make it to the AGM yesterday?
rodderz77
27/6/2017
13:54
up some what rumblefish
rumblefish
31/5/2017
01:21
I would say so, but you missed the last surge and offload opportunity.
gunsofmarscapone
23/5/2017
16:13
I sold this at 18p four years ago. Time to buy back ?
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