Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clontarf LSE:CLON London Ordinary Share GB00B09WLX62 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.435p 0.41p 0.46p 0.435p 0.435p 0.435p 920,381 07:51:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 2.53

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/8/2017
15:48
Emilo you upset Lippe put his 2 Quid's in I see he's a big investor l.o.l sad wee life
firmor
11/8/2017
13:39
pippe did it the other way around ! thats why they call him a loss in his village !
emilio
11/8/2017
13:24
WAD and CON - nuff said there ....
lippe
11/8/2017
13:22
With 210,000 shares.
lordz
11/8/2017
13:21
African diamonds was a great share to hold and sell .bought in At 5p sold at 65p back then.
lordz
11/8/2017
12:28
Eddieohare, what patronising rubbish. You have been around for many years on this dog of a share. I have been watching the Group for a decade or so and the only constant has been the directors remuneration. The only profitable business (for shareholders) has been Whiskey, and guess what, it was a private company owned by the usual suspects. Dr TD
the diddymen
10/8/2017
22:55
PIPPE lost all, so called Looooosssaa !
emilio
10/8/2017
21:44
Truth tellers, telling the truth since 2006 ...
lippe
10/8/2017
21:43
flyhi is a discredited Clontarf bullshilltta - lol
lippe
10/8/2017
20:42
Imagine spending ur free time on a message board when ya don't hold any shares and post constant negativity, u must be a very lonely character! I honestly feel sorry for u lippe, have u not got a loving family to visit r spend time with? Go on lad get out in the fresh air and meet a few people ya will feel the better of it ;-)
eddieohare1
10/8/2017
20:40
pippe is terrified - lol
flyhi
10/8/2017
18:48
O1dsmokie ....it's a John Teeling production.
lordz
10/8/2017
18:08
Can't you see that they suddenly revealed "Equatorial Guinea" - WHY? Its rather obvious though ! This is the new hope because the rest of course are failures - or do you seriously expect me to believe that this 2-bit one man and his dog , Clontarf road apology for a Group of Companies has the resources to operate in Ireland , Offshore Ireland , Iraq , Peru, South Africa , Botswana , Ghana, EG , Jordan ALL at the same time??? And I bet I have missed some out! If you believe it you are deluded
fenners66
10/8/2017
16:38
Daithi and Johno - Bert and Ernie of the exploration industry ...
lippe
10/8/2017
16:30
its a Teeling moment
o1dsmokie
10/8/2017
16:15
Still needs to be confirmed as o.k by ministry, Then we are in business, as yet we still wait and wait.
elmfield
10/8/2017
14:15
!! Our 2008 and 2010 agreements had attractive terms which do not exist in current licencing terms. !! Does anyone apart from you think they are going to rewrite the rules after nine years of arguing with the greed and glory boyos.
lippe
10/8/2017
13:34
!! Agreement was reached on a major item, the acreage and co-ordinates of the licence area. We were pleased with the outcome. !!
flyhi
10/8/2017
12:49
?RNS Number : 4511FClontarf Energy PLC18 May 2017                                                                                                                                                                                                 18th May 2017 Clontarf Energy plc("Clontarf" or "the Company") Final Results for the Year Ended 31 December 2016   Clontarf Energy, the oil and gas exploration company focused on Ghana, today announces its results for the year ending 31 December 2016.   For further information please visit http://clontarfenergy.com or contact: Clontarf Energy plcJohn Teeling, Chairman                                                                                        +353 (0) 1 833 2833David Horgan, Director Nominated Adviser and BrokerNorthland Capital Partners LimitedTom Price / Gerry Beaney (Corporate Finance)                                         +44 (0) 20 3861 6625John Howes (Broking) Public RelationsBlytheweigh                                                                                                             +44 (0) 207 138 3204Nick Elwes                                                                                                                 +44 (0) 783 185 1855Camilla Horsfall                                                                                                       +44 (0) 787 184 1793 Teneo PSGCiaran Flynn                                                                                                              +353 (0) 1 661 4055Alan Tyrrell                                                                                                                +353 (0) 1 661 4055 Statement Accompanying the Final Results Investors in junior exploration shares have had a tough time in recent years.  The lack of buying interest in AIM listed exploration ventures has gone on for nine years.  The cycle will turn.  The critical factor is to be among those ventures which are placed to benefit from an upturn.  Investors good enough or lucky enough to select the right vehicles will profit handsomely. Clontarf Energy has ensured survival by maintaining their exploration interests and by raising new funds when available.  We have active interests and are well funded for the present.  We have not relied totally on our legacy ventures and in recent years have examined numerous new ventures and directions.  I report below on one such venture, applications for two offshore blocks in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. GhanaThe focus of our activities has been and remains, a 60% interest in an onshore/offshore hydrocarbon licence in Ghana - the Tano 2A block.  The saga surrounding this licence since first agreed in 2008 continues.  Over the years there have been disputes, discussions and resolutions over a series of issues relating to co-ordinates, ownership, work programmes.  During the entire time we have continued to talk.  In the past year a number of issues have been agreed.  Agreement was reached on a major item, the acreage and co-ordinates of the licence area.  We were pleased with the outcome.  Discussions took place on a revised work programme.  Again we are happy with the progress in this area.  Our 2008 and 2010 agreements had attractive terms which do not exist in current licencing terms.  We are reluctant to accept any changes in these terms as to do so would increase costs.  Recent elections returned to power the party who originally agreed the terms.  We have good working relationships with politicians in this party. Certain issues remain outstanding.  We are working to solve them.  At $50 a barrel oil we believe the licence area holds significant potential. PeruThe 3% revenue royalty on Block 183 onshore Peru is looking more interesting.  Work done by Clontarf and lately by Union Oil & Gas, the operator, has identified two large structures which Union believe could contain up to 2.2 trillion cubic feet of gas (tcf).  There is a large and growing market for power in this part of Peru.  Plans exists to use any gas discoveries to generate power.  Time has elapsed since Clontarf entered into a joint venture on the block.  The initial partner, POGEL, assigned the block to Union.  Permits were obtained by Clontarf for the environmental work done.  These need to be re-issued.  Once issued a focused seismic campaign will identify drill sites for drilling in either 2018 or more likely 2019. BoliviaClontarf inherited three projects in Bolivia.  These were nationalised in 2006.  Because of this and litigation the Bolivian interests are carried at zero value on the Clontarf balance sheet.  Our refusal to accept nationalisation and a declaration of force majeure on work programmes were notified to the Bolivian authorities.  There is limited ongoing contact. New ProjectsAn opportunity has arisen to acquire offshore licences in Equatorial Guinea.  Discussions have taken place in the capital and in external locations.  The geology is good.  There are discoveries and production in the licence block area.  Licencing terms are tough.  We have applied for Block EG-23 and EG-21.  EG-23 is in shallow water and has had a few wells.  EG-21 has had a number of unsuccessful wells.  Clontarf specialists believe that modern analysis techniques on available data will reveal new targets. FutureClontarf will continue to engage with the authorities in Ghana.  We are in a strong legal position.  We are pleased to note the progress is being made in Peru.  But, we need to reinvigorate the Company.  We continue to examine proposals for new projects, new directions and new personnel.  We are well financed for our current activities.      John TeelingChairman 17th May 2017
lordz
10/8/2017
12:47
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/CLON/13229614.htmlWell funded!
lordz
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