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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
  0.20 0.18% 111.20 110.80 111.40 112.40 110.80 111.00 6,684,357 16:29:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 348.6 99.1 11.3 9.9 786

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18/7/2020
13:32
I am in the same place 3800. I hold some, but if I really believed the story I would have added significantly but something stops me. The hedging take away oil price downside risk and also excludes the upside to some extent. Also for me there is the risk that Rusty is increasing annual production but not lifetime production of a well and does the share price reflect those reducing assets. I still think that this is a good stock at this price, and especially in this market, but for me the returns are not >10% as there is significant capital risk long term.
dhb368
18/7/2020
12:52
There are still some niggling doubts here for me, at a time when the rest of the energy sector struddles to survive DGOC talks about increasing its already sky high dividend. Either the management are totally outstanding OR the figures are fantasy. I do hold some but am reluctant to increase my current stake. What are they doing so right? 3800
3800
18/7/2020
10:38
Great video. Future’s bright!
timchecco
18/7/2020
09:51
Thanks Spangle
petewy
18/7/2020
08:50
Great interview and just hit the 100pence, might have a little top up on Monday. Nothing really new in the interview other than Rustys confidence. Hopefully move into the ftse 250 will start to see the share price closer to its sum of parts valuation. Rusty had already hinted previously at an increase in the divi upon completion of the 2 new acquisitions. GLA.
simplemilltownboy
17/7/2020
21:29
If you're not a subscriber, this link should geet you to it hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUgqOs9cBnM&feature=youtu.be At 7:55 I'm pretty sure he indicates they expect to GROW the dividend later in the year. Jaw drops....
spangle93
16/7/2020
16:16
Ah lol. That was nearly the price I sold. I think it was 18.36? Maybe dgoc sparking up a bit?
dunderheed
16/7/2020
15:54
Quite. But I sold for 1839 so didn't lose out. If I'd bought back in at six quid though.
fardels bear
16/7/2020
12:51
Oh blimey not a nice place to be matey. I lost a seven figure sum but have clawed some of that back - either by luck or just hanging on to shares that went back up - RRE as an example.
dunderheed
16/7/2020
12:42
I was going to buy a lot but the chicken in me won out. Lost quite a lot in March. Got enough left to see me out but another crash while invested would put me back in the land of the working.
fardels bear
16/7/2020
11:44
Moving up nicely over past few days? In anticipation of half year results - TW bad mouthing effect reducing? Anyone any ideas - looks a nice business model with nice divs? FB - did you buy any matey? I have a few of these I hasten to add but nothing at all material?
dunderheed
06/7/2020
20:42
First investment of Warren Buffett since Corona. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway struck a $10 billion deal to buy Dominion Energy's natural gas transmission and storage business. Berkshire's energy unit will pay about $4 billion in cash and shoulder $5.7 billion in existing debt in exchange for over 7,700 miles of pipelines, 900 billion cubic feet of storage, and other assets. "We are very proud to be adding such a great portfolio of natural gas assets to our already strong energy business," Buffett said in a press release on Sunday. The deal is Berkshire's biggest since its takeover of Precision Castparts in 2016, and comes after Buffett was panned for his inactivity during the pandemic. Buffett is also sticking to his value-investing philosophy rather than giving up and paying higher prices. Natural gas futures tumbled to a 25-year low in June, allowing Buffett to buy Dominion's assets at a discount.
timchecco
30/6/2020
12:53
LG hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/diversified-gas---38--oil-plc--dgoc-/eqs/original-research--diversified-gas--amp--oil-plc--von-first-berlin-equity-research-gmbh---kaufen/20200630092134EYLPO/
neilyb675
30/6/2020
12:14
Nice spot Neilyb675. Where did that come from?
lord gnome
30/6/2020
08:50
We expect DGOC's adjusted EBITDA (hedged) to grow 4% this year. By contrast, consensus estimates for a peer group of seven of the largest Appalachian gas exploration and production companies show an average decline in 2020 EBITDA of 36%. The divergence in performance is a consequence of the difference between DGOC's business model and that of its peers. New gas production at the peers stems primarily from drilling of unconventional wells subject to steep output declines (production in year two is less than half of production in year one). According to their own guidance, total CAPEX (largely drilling and completion) at the peers will be down 39% this year because of weak gas prices. If drilling declines, so does output. DGOC does not drill but acquires mature wells with stable production and low declines. It then maximises their efficiency, seeking to improve production from active wells and bring non-producing wells back into production. DGOC's most recent quarterly dividend of USD0.035 per share equates to an annual yield of 12.0%. The stability of the business model, two recent EBITDA per share-accretive acquisitions and a hedgebook in which we estimate ca. 78% of 2020 and 69% of 2021 gas production is hedged at USD2.69/MMBtu and USD2.62/MMBtu respectively should ensure the sustainability of the current dividend. In addition, the current market cap warrants the stock's inclusion in the FTSE 250 Index in September. Our recommendation is Buy with a price target of GBP1.30.
neilyb675
30/6/2020
04:56
Worth a listen https://www.worldoil.com/news/2020/6/26/are-crude-production-models-ignoring-rig-count-and-oil-price-realities .
pro_s2009
29/6/2020
16:09
They are kind enough to give other people time to buy their shares and you as well to increase your portfolio! Be happy, good times lay ahead of us.
timchecco
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
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