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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
  0.60 0.54% 111.80 111.60 111.80 113.80 111.60 112.40 5,489,538 16:24:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 348.6 99.1 11.3 10.0 791

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22/8/2020
08:52
!YOUTUBEVIDEO:VEhJvHxq6Fo: Web site : https://www.dgoc.com/ Latest Presentation : https://d1io3yog0oux5.cloudfront.net/_884d212a3380824de1feafaeefee41b7/dgoc/db/557/4296/pdf/DGO_2020_Interim_Results_Presentation.pdf Interim Results Webinar : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od4xArKptro August 2020 Broker Note : https://ufile.io/5nzywj5p Sept 2020 Edison Note : https://www.edisongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Diversified-Gas-Oil-Strong-balance-sheet-allows-for-dividend-increase.pdf November 2020 Research Note : http://www.more-ir.de/d/21809.pdf October 2020 Write up : https://seekingalpha.com/article/4379069-diversified-gas-oil-this-unique-appalachian-gas-producer-is-strong-buy-for-income-investors November 2020 Webinar video : https://youtu.be/_UZgRiBMPsA A Consolidated Appalachian Footprint Diversified Gas & Oil PLC (DGO) is an established, independent owner and operator of producing natural gas & oil wells concentrated in the Appalachian Basin in the United States. Our field operations are densely located throughout the neighboring states of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, where we are one of the largest independent conventional producers. We have grown rapidly over the last few years, capitalizing upon opportunities to acquire and enhance producing assets in our region of focus, and leveraging the operating efficiencies that come with economies of scale. Dividend Dates : Q2 2020 dividend of 3.75 US cents per share Ex-dividend Date: 26 November 2020 Record Date: 27 November 2020 Payment Date: 18 December 2020 Q3 2020 dividend of 4.00 US cents per share Ex-dividend Date: 4 March 2021 Record Date: 5 March 2021 Payment Date: 26 March 2021 Director Trades : 13/11/20 BUY Melanie Little__ 20,000 @ 113.97____£22,794.00 09/11/20 BUY Bradley Gray_____15,000 @ 109.8____£16,470.00 06/10/20 BUY David Johnson____25,000 @ 104.99____£26,247.00 21/08/20 BUY Melanie Little__ 20,000 @ 109.85____£21,970.00 03/06/20 BUY Bradley Gray____ 20,000 @ 106.40p____£21,280.00 23/04/20 BUY David Turner____ 18,097 @ 89.30p____£16,161.00 23/04/20 BUY David Turner____ 158,90 @ 88.30p____£140,311.00
pro_s2009
21/8/2020
13:13
Director buy , 22K's worth of stock. Cannot blame her, I too have added 20K of DGOC in the past weeks.
pro_s2009
18/8/2020
09:28
Blimey lew - not (yet) ticked down, lol. Agree fully btw.
dunderheed
18/8/2020
09:14
A few profit takers I think on yesterdays rise, then onwards and upwards IMHO.
lew stules
17/8/2020
22:37
Pro_ I hope it's more than might.
lab305
17/8/2020
21:40
Gary, someone has to sell to allow someone else to buy, thats the nature of the beast :) They might get into the FTSE250 in a few weeks time, which means some considerable buying coming in - hence for me - adding more.
pro_s2009
17/8/2020
14:39
Pro, I have actually just gone the other way and sold at a smidge over £1.11. RSI at nearly 80 looks overcooked in the short term after a good recent run. I usually get it wrong and so you should all enjoy some great gains now. ATB
gary1966
17/8/2020
12:10
Well, it looks like they want to get this into the FTSE250 and then go about getting some big US institutions buying in as well - so if those plans come to fruition then we should start 2021 at a much higher price than today.
pro_s2009
17/8/2020
11:51
Agree Pro - "they" say the markets are 6 months ahead of the "news" for plays like this hence maybe "revaluations" a little earlier than that? PS that's put the kiss of death on it!
dunderheed
17/8/2020
11:39
Had another top up this morning. Can see this being a star performer next year, one with very low risk.
pro_s2009
17/8/2020
08:42
Rainy morning so I've been going through a Natural resources report by Goehring & Rozencwajg that was posted on an ADVFN thread. hTTps://f.hubspotusercontent40.net/hubfs/4043042/Commentaries/2020.Q2%20Commentary/2020.02%20Goehring%20&%20Rozencwajg%20Market%20Commentary.pdf excerpt from the long report.... In our 3Q2019 letter, we established the relationship between total recoverable reserves and peak production. We showed how a shale gas field’s peak production has occurred once half of its total recoverable reserves have been produced. This relationship is very well established in conventional basins, but we showed how it held true with the Barnett and Fayetteville as well. According to this our analysis, the Haynesville has likely produced more than half its total reserves and as a result has likely peaked. The Marcellus is not far behind. The Utica is the only basin that shows signs of potential growth. Production of associated gas from the shale oil fields will be challenged as well. In the short term, associated gas is almost guaranteed to decline as drilling in the Permian has fallen by 70% in only three months. My note - it's completions that's the critical metric, not drilling In total, we believe that shale production will decline by 1.5 bdf/d per year over the next five years after having averaged an incredible 4 bcf/d of growth each year over the past decade. We have long argued that gas fundamentals have been weak because of surging supply. Demand has actually been very robust and we believe will continue to be going forward. The key issue is supply which is finally in the process of rolling over and entering a period of sustained declines. We believe we have now entered into a new sustained bull market that will see natural gas move back towards its energy equivalency with oil. Remember, if oil returns to $75 per barrel, even an oil-to-gas ratio of 10 yields a $7.50 mcf gas price, over four times higher than today
spangle93
16/8/2020
10:28
DGOC Interim Results Webinar video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od4xArKptro .... .
pro_s2009
16/8/2020
08:25
Yep I thought that lol
simplemilltownboy
15/8/2020
18:50
Oh dear. That's the kiss of death.
fardels bear
15/8/2020
11:07
DGO tipped in IC this week.
simplemilltownboy
14/8/2020
23:05
US rig count also down again. Less shale oil means less shale gas, as shale oil production continues to fall the big surplus of gas will start to reduce significantly and so the gas price is starting to respond to that scenario ahead. The next couple of years will be massive for DGOC imo.
pro_s2009
14/8/2020
22:38
Natural gas prices hit $2.367 by 2:26 pm EDT, an increase of 8.48% or $0.185, even as the EIA’s weekly storage report a day earlier showed a small increase of 58 Bcf in working gas in storage. The market had anticipated a larger build. Also bullish for natural gas on Friday were forecasts for hot weather and reports of increased LNG exports. Front-month natural gas futures on Friday hit their highest since the end of last year on this data as air conditioning usage is expected to increase as people try to cope with the heat wave. This will increase the demand for natural gas.
lab305
14/8/2020
15:53
DGOC management presented at the Yellowstone advisory webinar on 12 August. See a recording here https://youtu.be/od4xArKptro
yellowstoneadvisory
14/8/2020
13:51
With Brent Crude ticking up, is it time to find a bargain in the sector?We caught up with independent oil analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood to talk more about the latest developments in the oil environment but more so to look through a number of opportunities that may exist in the market with Brent Crude ticking up to $45 as fuel demand picks up...https://twitter.com/tmsreach/status/1294268981231181825?s=21
burtond1
14/8/2020
08:39
Nigh. Bloody phone
fardels bear
14/8/2020
08:39
He ain't blue, so it certainly wasn't him. You gotta be blue to downvote. I don't recommend it though. It is high on impossible to cancel.
fardels bear
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