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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
  1.40 1.28% 110.60 110.40 110.80 111.00 109.60 109.80 1,150,683 15:38:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 348.6 99.1 11.3 9.8 782

Diversified Gas & Oil Share Discussion Threads

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03/9/2020
18:06
Strange day on the markets. Trogjan on lse posted this earlierhttps://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/928240/diversified-gas--oil-is-set-for-a-spike-in-share-buying-when-it-joins-ftse-250---broker-928240.html
simplemilltownboy
03/9/2020
06:15
HSBC must be in trouble , selling off the family silver .Their share price says it all !
lab305
02/9/2020
22:46
Well done Pro . I was looking for confirmation around 6pm but couldn't find any. Let's hope some institutions start buying . I still think fund managers will be desperate to find stocks that pay a good reliable dividend and in this environment there are very few about. It would not surprise me if Dgoc now go straight to the top of the FTSE250 dividend payers table.
lab305
02/9/2020
19:59
DGOC makes it to the FTSE 250, effective 21st Sept. Could be some funds buying soon.
typo56
02/9/2020
13:16
Do people really trade shares pre- and post- the xd date? Obviously the share price fully adjusts for the divi once the share goes xd. Anyone paying tax on the divi would lose out by trading the share. I agree about the gas price - the note pro kindly provided a link to highlights the rise in the henry hub price recently for an upward revision of fair value to £1.50.
tim000
02/9/2020
09:13
I think the primary driver to date is gas price rises and the dividend record date coming close. You would expect some selling once dividend record date passes, however this may be taken up by funds buying in if DGOC is added to the FTSE250.
pro_s2009
02/9/2020
08:28
Would funds (active/passive) start to buy positions in advance of this - it's been no secret that DGOC, barring a slump, would be included in the FTSE-250 at the next change - meaning that this anticipation would be the driver of the price increase in the recent month. Or is the primary driver to date solely the partial gas price recovery.
spangle93
02/9/2020
07:51
Thanks pro, hadn't realised the 250 inclusion results are realised close of play today. Bodes well for rest of September. Good find thanks
simplemilltownboy
01/9/2020
21:22
https://www.investegate.co.uk/diversified-gas--amp--oil-plc/dgoc/original-research--diversified-gas--amp--oil-pl---/20200901160633EHVIR/ First Berlin Equity Research has published a research update on Diversified Gas & Oil PLC (ISIN: GB00BYX7JT74). Analyst Simon Scholes confirms his BUY recommendation and increases the price target from GBp 130.00 to GBp 150.00. Summary: Following the H1 results, we have revised our dividend discount valuation of DGOC shares to include both a higher dividend in the second quarter of USD0.0375 (FBe: USD0.035) than forecast and rising gas futures prices since ours Cover recording at the end of June. Based on a futures curve rising for the remainder of this decade and DGOC's existing hedge portfolio, we expect the company's realized natural gas prices (after the impact of cash-settled derivatives) to be in the USD2 range over the next five years .34 / mcf to USD2.57 / mcf will remain stable. This compares to our 2020 forecast of USD 2.30 / mcf. The full cash cost for H1 / 20 (after operating costs, investments, costs for closing wells and cash interest) was USD 1.36 / mcf. This indicates a free cash flow return on sales of at least 42% to 47% over the next five years (economies of scale should lower unit costs as the company expands). DGOC should therefore have enough firepower to continue the regular acquisitions that have secured over 95% of its current production since early 2017. The goal of DGOC is that no less than 40% of the adjusted free cash flow, defined as adjusted EBITDA (hedged) minus maintenance investments, interest expenses and costs for the decommissioning of wells, should be paid out as dividends. According to our forecasts, the payout ratio based on the current dividend level will be 43% this year and 44% in 2021. We therefore consider the current dividend to be sustainable. The combination of a dividend yield of over 10% and strong and stable cash generation confirms our view that the stock is significantly undervalued. In addition, the current market capitalization justifies the inclusion of DGOC in the FTSE 250 index. New index members will be announced after the market closes on September 2nd with effect from September 21st. Our recommendation is to buy with a price target of £ 1.50 (previously: £ 1.30). You can download the full analysis here: http://www.more-ir.de/d/21507.pdf .
pro_s2009
01/9/2020
20:31
Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion covers DGOC, which I hold. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and the outlook for Markets as we move into Autumn. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 30) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-30-tsla-rdsb-aapl-dddd-ai-pharma-gsk-dgoc-bowl-abdp-bp
thewheeliedealer
01/9/2020
07:05
Indeed, the column for FI was missing off the edge, I was looking only at the stock in the first column. Should get a wider screen.......... lol
pro_s2009
01/9/2020
07:01
Pro I read it the other way and understood they had sold half a percent .
lab305
31/8/2020
21:49
Everything goes in waves. Covid produced the Pharma stock boom - but when Covid dies, so will Pharma stock again. Covid killed oil stocks - but when Covid dies, so oil will regain strength. Tech stocks and Green stocks boom while oil dies, but when oil strength comes back people chase the money, not the ideology, and will pour out of tech and green and back into oil. End of the day, its all about making money. Dollar weakness means also oil and gas prices rise, so oil ultimately is well hedged to dollar weakness. Pound ahead still has to go through "No Deal" Brexit shorting before recovery. Lots of things ahead which will move things one way or another and back around again.
pro_s2009
31/8/2020
18:57
keep a watchful eye on the dollar/pound rate though. Gold is edging up for fear of a weakening $. ps I am a holder here
rhuvaal2
31/8/2020
12:40
Dunders - well, I don't really like to invest in exploration-only oil companies (unless there are plenty of old legacy wells to improve the odds), so I didn't follow it too closely. The lesson to remember is that an appraisal well is drilled to reduce subsurface uncertainty. However, in the investment community, the view seems to be that appraisal wells will increase reserves. The two are not incompatable, but a positive result is not the only outcome. That's what make DGOC special, if not unique in the E&P world, at least for UK private investors - it doesn't explore new prospects or drill production wells, it maximises production from existing wells.
spangle93
31/8/2020
10:36
Today's the day for tips! Another for you. I invest in ASX and TSX as local PIs seem soporific in comparison with AIM. Hence opportunities. The cheapest copper & gold miner bar none that I know of is AIS.ASX, and it's my largest holding of 35 stocks. Roughly half its output was hedged for 12 months very recently, and it's trading on a forward p/e of about one. A more risky stock is DME.TSX, but it has explosive upside within a month. More upside than any stock I know. It's exploring for helium in Arizona. Its first two wells have struck commercial quantities of gas, but they are awaiting a lab report on whether it's helium. The more cautious investor need only wait a few days for the lab report before deciding whether to invest. Both are tradeable on ii.
tim000
31/8/2020
09:38
Tim000 - sorry to hear that you lost out - it was a big shock and disappointment to many, I know. Thanks for your suggestion, I'll have a look Ref the loan, I've not followed the company closely in the past, so it's probably a question that is better asked of some of the competent posters in I3E. However, I believe that the conditions around the outstanding loan were re-set in June, to reflect the Liberator outcome, such that the proposed Canadian purchase would provide the basis for an RBL edit - SMTB - I almost bought into CAML around 145p a couple of months ago, after watching their presentation one evening, but was concerned from my Kazakh colleague that CoVid was rampant in her country. However, since the announcement that the mine is unaffected, the shares are 20% higher, so sadly the ship sailed. Good luck.
spangle93
31/8/2020
09:34
Another off topic share is caml, they suspended dividends earlier this year and the share price was hammered with both the suspension and price of copper, zinc and lead. All 3. Metals have recovered above pre COVID prices. The share price is still lower then pre COVID, it's guidance on production is unchanged and its interims are due in 3 weeks where it is expected to reinstate the divi. Debt is low and will be paid off in a year. DYOR but worth a look on a BH if you have the time. GLA. Apologises if people think I'm ramping.
simplemilltownboy
31/8/2020
09:24
Incidentally, I have a small tip for you. The AIM market is so volatile at the moment that it is sensible to be a short-term trader on some stocks, as well as a longer-term investor on others. DGOC falls into the latter category. Wrt the former, Myles McNulty has a large and growing following on twitter, and his shares almost always go up substantially once he announces he has taken a position. Whether all of his tips are good long-term investments is debateable in some instances, but I agree with most of his analysis. He seems to be a fan of Gervais Williams of Premier Miton, although I don't think he has admitted it.
tim000
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