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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diversified Gas & Oil Plc 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
  -1.60 -1.45% 108.60 108.40 108.60 110.60 107.40 110.20 11,448,519 16:17:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 348.6 99.1 11.3 9.7 768

Diversified Gas & Oil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/6/2020
15:54
Natural gas up 12.95% today. Dividend just paid so some reinvestment happening . Decent financial update. Above 11% dividend . The share price falls. WTF does the company have to do ?
lab305
29/6/2020
13:46
Ridiculously low price currently. Thinking about selling other stocks and accept losses just to buy more DGOC. Seriously cheap now...
timchecco
29/6/2020
12:37
92p time to start up the share buybacks again and give the share some support . The market appears to be useless.
lab305
29/6/2020
10:16
Good RNS regards financing. Cheasapeake filing chapter 11. Gas all time low, hedging in place. Sit back and relax whilst the divi rolls in. Expect another acquisition by end of year IMO with hedging in place. GLA
simplemilltownboy
29/6/2020
09:28
Chesapeake filing Chptr 11. Chesapeake Energy is the second largest producer of natural gas in the United States In 2019, the company produced 484 thousand barrels of oil equivalent (2,960,000 GJ) per day, of which 69% was natural gas, 24% was petroleum, and 7% was natural gas liquids.
petewy
25/6/2020
12:26
So its a US company with US assets operating in the US that lists on the London market and paying 10% divi. so why are the Yanks not hoovering these up by the bucket load and pushing the share price up?. They obviously know much more about the company and those running it that we ever will, strange!
poleaxe
25/6/2020
08:43
But it doesn't, does it? If it paid over 10% Div AND had no debt, then it would look too good to be true.If there were no depletion rates, and no decommissioning costs, then it would look too good to be true.
fardels bear
24/6/2020
22:47
But just remember if it looks too good to be true.
poleaxe
24/6/2020
22:39
I once had 60% of my portfolio in Qara Dagh. Then I had 60% in Bentley. Nowadays, I don't have more than 20% in anything.
fardels bear
24/6/2020
19:42
60% of my current portfolio is DGOC. I don’t even mind a drop from 110 - 95 as it just gives me opportunity to buy more. This gem will be found one day and then the price will go up way higher and on top of that I’ve received dividends of 10+% a year. You don’t hear me complain... Best investment ever if you ask me.
timchecco
24/6/2020
16:38
Yes I read that one as it was free for the most part. I've had my finger hard on the trigger on this one so long it's starting to go blue.
fardels bear
24/6/2020
16:34
FB, ref 1698 - Strange, another part of his empire is now touting it hTTps://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/diversified-gas-and-oil-ticks-all-the-boxes
spangle93
24/6/2020
15:15
Not so perky recently. Is winniefrith a knight in shining armour or a dump and pump merchant?
fardels bear
22/6/2020
18:09
So the Winnebago prophet of doom had little effect it seems.
fardels bear
22/6/2020
16:35
Dhb368: I’m on your side regarding paying less dividend and use it to decrease debt. Not sure why they do this. Think more investors will come when stock price shows significant growth over the years. Good news is two recent acquisitions of assets and moving to main market gaining a lot more exposure. Research done by independent analists and current market value between 140 and 160p. These extreme times of low gas and oil prices are in favour of DGOC as they can cheaper buy assets from other oil and gas companies that need cash and maintain a good cash flow because of smart hedging. Not sure if future dividend can be maintained at this level, but even if they pay 50% of what they pay now would be nice. So far the track record of DGOC is flawless. I find it almost funny to watch videos of Rusty over the years and continuously telling the viewers ‘this is what we promised and we (over) delivered every single time’. Hope to be not wrong as I’m heavily in DGOC. Wells that have higher decrease or even no gas left anymore is something we can’t ever see as ‘small’ investors. But I think Rusty will be honest and wanting to take DGOC into the far future being a successful company as his whole family has been in oil and gas and he probably does not want to end up as the cowboy who failed... Good luck everybody!
timchecco
22/6/2020
15:37
poleaxe, You are correct it was shares and debt. But amortising debt and long term hedges taken out to ensure debt covered. Gary
gary1966
22/6/2020
15:28
Looking at similarly-sized oil companies Tullow Oil (TLW) and Kosmos Energy (KOS), their net debt-to-cash-profit ratios were 3 times, and almost 4 times, respectively. DGO€s net debt-to-cash-profit ratio was 2.3 times as of 31 March." That doesn't seem to high to me. The SP/yield does look wrong but that is because the share price is too low not because the dividend too high. It is well affordable and may increase at the end of the year.
lab305
22/6/2020
15:12
What is the good news that you are looking or that you think that we have had Timchecco? I have serious doubts about the long term sustainability of the dividend and judging by the SP/yield cannot be on my own. For me good news would be less debt, not more and exposure to rising oil/gas prices not more assets mortgaged and production hedged. Those thing are fine if the underlying assets are maintained but serious questions have been raised over long term production and therefor the balance sheet. Rusty seems to be held in too high regard, IMHO. It is entirely possible that he has lost touch with what is actually going on at his nearly 40K wells and that acquisitions (out of debt and new equity, not cash) are masking an actual decline in existing production. All speculation admittedly but 'RH is an oil man/accountant' is not proof it is wrong or even a good argument.
dhb368
22/6/2020
13:54
Gary - I think you will find that the last lot of purchases were made by issuing 64m more shares @ 108p.
poleaxe
22/6/2020
13:33
How much ‘good news’ is needed for this stock to skyrocket? On the other hand, everything under or around 100p is a bargain and I’m buying more and more the lower it goes already 60% in DGOC. Fully confident for the long term (5-10 years).
timchecco
22/6/2020
13:13
hTTps://www.stockopedia.com/articles/two-factors-the-market-is-missing-with-diversified-gas-amp-oil-81593/
lab305
22/6/2020
09:53
Great summary Gary.
timchecco
21/6/2020
22:30
It's a long way from that poleaxe.
dhb368
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