Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Columbus Energy LSE:CERP London Ordinary Share GB00BDGJ2R22 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10p -4.21% 2.275p 2.25p 2.30p 2.375p 2.275p 2.375p 2,723,862 15:21:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 4.5 -11.9 -0.2 - 12.27

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18/8/201717:13CERP pump and dump stock with new name148
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08/8/201708:24CERP for TWERPs LGO loser133

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Columbus Energy Daily Update: Columbus Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CERP. The last closing price for Columbus Energy was 2.38p.
Columbus Energy has a 4 week average price of 2.23p and a 12 week average price of 2p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.09p.
There are currently 539,197,502 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,363,142 shares. The market capitalisation of Columbus Energy is £12,266,743.17.
rossannan: dodgeYou know as well as I do that he's plenty busy but just doesn't RNS every little thing (which is one reason why most of the traders have now left the building and the share price is relatively stable). Are you determined to miss out on the opportunity here? Can you really not see the difference between this BoD and the last lot?
dodge city: It's true that the market cap is low so the downside is limited. Good news should see an upward move, but Koot has been over optimistic about short term outcomes imo. The timescales he has quoted are not realistic and I can't seem them making CF+ this year. Failure to achieve targets and delay is bad news for the share price so setting unrealistic objectives is not a good move.
rossannan: dodge The reality is that the current share price doesn't expect that much from LK's various interventions but there are signs are that its expectations will be exceeded. Same assets, different management and strategy. The past is not a good guide to the future of CERP.
dodge city: Must be time for another BRR media report of Tweet before the share price dops below 2p. I suspect Koots is now getting a lesson in reality.
dodge city: What happened, no BRR media or tweets today, no wonder the share price has dropped. Koots needs to put out a tweet every day otherwise the share price will drift back to 2p.
the guardian: Thanks for the link jcg. Been out all day so just got to read it. A repeat of everything we've heard before with the exception that he mentioned producing 500 bopd. Too much to have just been a round up from 420 bopd so looks like the work to enhance production has already started. If that's the case, I would prefer that the company holds of a production RNS until the increase is more substantial and likely to raise the share price. I think that is our problem. Take UKOG where there has been no production, just big numbers bandied about. That was sufficient to send the share price into orbit briefly last week wheras small incremental increases that reflect real production seem to be lost on the market nowadays. Nice to know that the company is moving forward and another positive interpretation of our assets and future.
the guardian: LGO was range bound and until LK can prove that his strategy is working, there is no reason to believe that the former situation will not continue. I would like to think that the volatility in the share price has gone but I believe that it will take some time before punters realise that there will genuinely be no more placements and no more initial production flows that rapidly decay. I also agree that the T10/20 punters will have played a part in dropping the share price A couple of weeks ago, the prospect of a super RNS accompanying the name change seemed to be a foregone conclusion. Alas, the poor private investor got it wrong again. In my experience, logic rarely applies to AIM. So, LK is due to be in Trinidad this week to see the first drill taking place. I think that this is more to see if his 'values' are being adhered to rather than the technicalities that will be closely monitored by the Country Manager. So, once again, will there be an RNS after his visit? - Time will tell but I can't wait to see the day when the share price begins to grow and isn't knocked back by 30% every time it seems to be on its way to a new high.
sean spicer: It's interesting to see just how sensitive the share price is to slight changes in volume. A sustained period of positive news and sentiment could significantly change the share price within a short period. Listening to the extended video of the presentation you get the feeling that Leo Koots has a few positive surprises lined up, including a cornerstone investor.
edgein: 12bn, Well its not that long ago that the company raised money at 2.2p, most of that will be in place as the cash flow from the stable production pays the Lind debt. However as hinted at recently Mr Koot is working on that with a possible loan or corner stone investor to take a slice of the Goudron reserves. As he stated the share price really should be above 3p now and with a little work 6p. Water flood and Cedros he's got a target of 24p per share and beyond. I guess that's why management's future options vest at up to 20p per share. Also potential for Spain to be sold or farmed-out just like NR almost did in the past. If your memory was a little better you'd probably remember the Italian company offering 8 million Euro to get involved in Spain. Don't worry about the current oil price, the new CFO says we're doing quite well and have modelled for 40-45/bbl. You'd know that too and not needed to ask if you'd done your research. Also as pointed out lifting costs are just $5/bbl and they'd still make money, not much mind at $20/bbl. A lot more than ROSE would have made at $20/bbl for sure! Regards, Ed.
12bn: dodge,it is not just CERP that is showing no volume,all the shares I have looked at show zero volume,both on advfn and mmoney.amm. There must be a reporting problem. Here is an example,XTR has had an RNS today as well!//////Xtract Resources Share Price (XTR) 0.02 +0.00 (+17.86%) Bid price 0.02 Open price 0.02 Ask price 0.02 Prev close 0.01 High price 0.00 Spread 5.88% Low price 0.00 Volume 0
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