Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diversified Gas LSE:DGOC London Ordinary Share GB00BYX7JT74 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +3.51% 88.50p 87.00p 90.00p 88.00p 88.00p 88.00p 64,622 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 14.8 26.3 34.0 2.9 128.39

Diversified Gas Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2018
23:08
The oil price is pretty irrelevant for this stock - only 6% of the production is oil. The rest is gas - they get about a 10% discount to Henry Hub gas prices so will be doing OK but gas prices are far less volatile.
terry topper
18/1/2018
13:12
I believe CFO comms confirmed end of this week or early next. Await with interest!
crazycoops
18/1/2018
12:26
Close to ATH. Paying 88p. Trading update tomorrow (Based upon 2017). Very hopeful!
martinthebrave
16/1/2018
10:36
I don't have level 2 so I can't see what each MM is quoting. Mt bet however is that there are only three, perhaps four MMs and that they are each quoting the same i.e. it's a 4v4 situation hence the wide spread.
lord gnome
16/1/2018
09:44
5p spread now. 83-88p . Are these market makers having a laugh ?
lab305
11/1/2018
15:29
Agreed, barring production issues. DGOC should be raking it in atm.
spectoacc
11/1/2018
15:08
at ~$69/bbl it would be hard to see a negative update.....
bandit99
10/1/2018
10:08
Thanks bushranger. That’s a prompt, excellent and reassuring reply. Hope the trading update is positive and gives the share price another lift. Based on their confidence last time there’s a good chance it will be so tempted to top up ahead of it.
kenmitch
10/1/2018
09:26
The oil price drifting upwards nicely should provide a very positive backdrop to the next update. All that extra, free cashflow should do wonder for our dividend expectations.
lord gnome
09/1/2018
22:57
Well, that was a super fast response from the CFO no less. Big tick in the box from me. Below is his response. "We are in the processes of closing our books for 2017, and expect to issue a trading update either late next week or early the following, so please stay tuned for that. I wouldn’t characterize our timing as a ‘failure to provide as planned,’ since for a company like ours – an ops update anytime in January would relate to the ‘end of the year. Perhaps the wording could have been more clear." A fair explaination in my book.
bushranger
09/1/2018
21:01
Thanks. They really should reply promptly.
kenmitch
09/1/2018
20:24
Kenmitch - "They said there would be a further update by year end. Wonder why they haven’t kept to that?" This is a good question. Their 30th October RNS did state there would be one. I have emailed DGOC directly and will see how long it takes/ if they reply to my questions. Will post back here when they do.
bushranger
04/1/2018
17:50
kenmitch where was that ?
lab305
04/1/2018
12:53
They said there would be a further update by year end. Wonder why they haven’t kept to that?
kenmitch
31/12/2017
20:26
Right on further investigation XO is ok but SVS have deducted 30%. So that's that account closed then !!!!
lab305
31/12/2017
19:05
lab305 & Lord Gnome - I received a Dividend of 103.8p equating to $1.39 @ 1.34$/£. This means I had 30% deducted by Halifax which I am not happy about when other platforms seem to deduct either 15% or Zero. When I queried it with Halifax I was told - "W8BEN agreement is only in place if the company pays the dividend through Intesa (the usual system for US dividends). This is not something we have any control over I'm afraid, and as this is how the dividend has been paid to ourselves". I would have thought that all platforms would be paid the same way? I have the same issue with #SOM & I am currently awaiting a reply from X-O to see how they treat these Dividends. I will be opening an account with somebody that reclaims the Tax. All very unsatisfactory! If anyone else receives Dividends that are not Taxed, I would like to know who you are with please?
martinthebrave
31/12/2017
17:58
lab305 - my net dividend worked out at 1.24 pence per share. The declared dividend of $0.199 = approx. 1.48p, so take off 15% withholding tax and you get approx. 1.26p. This, give or take, is what I received. If you picked up the full 1.47p per share you have done well. The yield us very important to me. I invested here primarily for the high yield that was promised. The tax does change things for me. My post tax yield on cash invested is now running at just 3.17%. The dividends will need to double to keep me interested. They might just do that.
lord gnome
31/12/2017
16:49
Martinthebrave I am not stating if they have or not but I have given the amount per share that I received. I am unaware of the technicalities but state what I got per share on each dividend occasion. If you are getting different please state what you received.
lab305
31/12/2017
14:21
lab305 Are you saying that Jarvis didn't deduct any Tax from your Dividend? Is this an X-O account? I currently hold #DGOC through Halifax & as with #SOM they deduct 30% and state that they can't recover any Tax back. I know that both HL & AJ Bell do reclaim the Divi Tax and I can't get to the bottom of why Halifax can't?
martinthebrave
31/12/2017
10:44
Lord Gnome. Slightly complex area this one. I have held for over 6 months so have been paid 2 dividends. These were for identical amounts of 1.99 cents. The first payment translated to 1.55p that was fully paid to me into Jarvis. The second payment that was recent translated to 1.47p . I checked the exchange rates to explain this and sure enough found that the pound has been strengthening against the dollar. I would be interested to know what your payment in sterling per share was. Secondly I hold these with other brokers but in much smaller quantities and they may or may not deduct tax, however I have purchased them primarily for capital gain. I may be wrong but I consider this stock considerably undervalued on all metrics . The management appears excellent , holds a considerable stake and does what it says on the tin. If they are paying between 3% and 4% tax or not then to me this is a great bonus and whilst taxation on the dividend is annoying I consider it is not the main point. Good luck to all holders next year.
lab305
31/12/2017
09:18
Dividend now received, but somewhat less than I had hoped for due to the 15% withholding tax. This may well affect whether I continue to hold or not. I will wait upon the next dividend announcement to see what level of increase we can expect.
lord gnome
31/12/2017
07:41
I'm with A J Bell and haven't received my divi yet either.
divmad
28/12/2017
11:59
#DGOC Another stock that Halifax Share Dealing cannot recover double Tax on Dividends for. They tell me W8BEN only works if Dividends are paid via Intesa & not Crest. HL & AJ Bell don't seem to have a problem? 😬
martinthebrave
28/12/2017
11:41
Thanks bluerunner and alter ego. Will take it up with iweb and if I don't get the right result, may well sell up & buy some via my HL a/c instead, may well work out cheaper in the long run..
wirralowl
22/12/2017
13:16
Lucky you. I use ii (was TD) and haven't yet received my dividends.
lord gnome
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