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COPL Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited

-0.025 (-1.23%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited LSE:COPL London Ordinary Share CA13643D8008 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -1.23% 2.00 15,554,545 11:18:30
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.95 2.05 2.05 1.975 2.025
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs USD 28.01M USD -45.44M USD -0.0535 -0.37 16.97M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:42:00 O 1,000,000 2.0413 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Canadian Overseas Petrol... Daily Update
Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COPL. The last closing price for Canadian Overseas Petrol... was 2.03p.
Canadian Overseas Petrol... currently has 848,468,729 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Canadian Overseas Petrol... is £16,969,375.
Canadian Overseas Petrol... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.37.
This morning COPL shares opened at 2.03p
Posted at 27/11/2023 08:27 by strawberry alarm clock
Checks COPL share price DOWN again Mad hysterical laughing
Posted at 19/11/2023 23:56 by edmundfitzgerald
October 2021

"Again with BF running in an optimised and steady state by Christmas 2022 I believe it’s appropriate to use a p/e ratio of 25 and in so doing we get a contribution to COPL’s market cap from BF & CC at that time of $1367.75m. I repeat BFD, CC and Nigeria have not been considered.

So with around 165m shares in issue we get to $8.55 notional share price contribution from just Barron Flats Shannon which is £6.33 by December 2022. That’s well over twenty bags from here"
Posted at 31/10/2023 10:54 by edmundfitzgerald
Looking the the positive case, h&p, no doubt on consultations with the Company, said 2024 capex reqs are around $35m.

That's for further stages of GGS, Whilst copl have said they can run on 2000 bopd, this is the the production they don't lose money.

What was production for copl 980 bopd announced yesterday?

110% production & capex raise of $35m required.

They have $3m in the bank and $110m in debt.
The lenders taken a debt holiday in exchange for shares, whilst copl are still losing money.

It's absolutely desperate isn't it.
Diluting, debt, losses, capex requirements all in one! No wonder the CEO is nowhere to be seen. COPL are just a zombie finance company.
Posted at 31/10/2023 10:45 by edmundfitzgerald
About 3 billion bonds
The price H&P had in their paper was based on 4p, so it's hard trans but keep up.
Ever increased multiple of the bond means ever increased multiple of the vwaps

So it's 3 billion but could be 2billion shares of the price goes up, or is more like the price goes down and it's 5 billion.

You dont need to reverse split of your share price is 10p now do you? You do if it's 0.45p
Posted at 26/10/2023 21:26 by edmundfitzgerald
I'll take those odds and I'll tell why for too.

There are more viable alternatives for carbon capture programmes.

There is not one single EOR CCUS programme in Wyoming, there is no pipe work to BFU or to CC for COPL and CO2

There is a 20 year responsibility for stored carbon, in context COPL had multiple fires, multiple problems and multiple safety monitors.

On performance in 2022 and early 2023 they simply cannot, or should not be trusted. Rules and regs are firm for CCUS and the risks higher.

Can you imagine Darren Wood suggesting COPL? The ones that tried for EOR and pumped the pipes so fast and hard, they had fires and shut down field ops. CCUS isn't the pump and see what happens world of COPL.

The evidence for? A CC plant 280 miles away and pipe work 30 miles away.
Pipework that travels through mature fields, farms and forests for all sorts of opportunities that are better than COPL

Could an opportunist approach with CCUS plans? I think yes. Exxon with such guarentees as seen by LSE is a real flight of fancy to snare the less informed.

By the way I do understand that not all tongue in cheek comments require more analysis, but I ignore it.
Posted at 26/10/2023 09:53 by edmundfitzgerald
Latest conspiracy is that that company taking shares, at 300k at 2.6p each, preferred the shares to cash, even though the share price is 1.8p.

Without even knowing who the owed company are! They have insider information. The insider information is wonderful, but not enough to trigger a wave of buying

This is a dead duck quacking. The JV will probably be so disappointing as to trigger a tiny spike of 25% and a long drawn out depression to follow.

"Copl are pleased to announce a partnership with 'tiny financial oil invester' in a programme of three fracked wells in cole creek.
Posted at 24/10/2023 11:39 by transhaven, interactive and inclusive church here Brother Edmund....hihi...unable to nail the Nigeria bit dearie me, sillies....only evils COPL falls to the side.....evils COPL is so not nice....I'm with u Edders......evils COPL wit no jv and billions billions Bishop Tom says off to my u r a busy Brother Edmund.....unable to nail.......Nigeria Nigeria COPLS COPLS........cuttin the edge is Edders.....I come PANR now, peace be wit u and all the good people of the prophet park bench church, including the little website hacking variety (or are they Russian? or Nigerian? Canadian? Fat Canadian?....u tell me Brother Edmund....u seemed sooo worried and in the know?)....hihi.....PANR now for Edders...byeee
Posted at 21/10/2023 10:33 by edmundfitzgerald
He then purports

"Frontier 2 wells as part of its 2022-23 drilling campaign commencing in Q4 2022 with two of the horizontals offsetting the 14-30V discovery well drilled in Q3 2021".

Remember at the time of saying this COPL had no money, they had just come out the financing fiasco, where he calls the lender the 'gambino family'.
The previous April , to this July, saw the massive share price drop and war with Winnifith.
At this point Milholland was spreading himself thin. Fighting publicly, managing a vastly over rated field, ramping the share price on webcasts ' we have a lenders coming to us to lend'. Importantly, he didn't say on what terms they would lend.

Needless to say there was no chance of these drills. At 5m a piece and a 65% success rate for horizontal drills in Wyoming, no one would lend to a fledgling field with the information, that THEY, saw in the RS report.
Posted at 09/10/2023 11:20 by edmundfitzgerald
"The information above alone alongside other data provides the basis for the claim that COPL WILL extract large quantities of oil from their 1bn+ barrel oil discovery"

Do you understand the difference between one well in a different field flowing 1000 a day to COPL drilling their field with a share price of 0.25p in a years time?
Posted at 05/10/2023 10:33 by mary padian
Just got popped in to get my daily fix of the COPL share price

Down another 10% today

tee hee
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