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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
  -1.20 -1.1% 107.40 107.40 107.80 109.20 107.40 108.80 1,404,299 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 348.6 99.1 11.3 9.6 760

Diversified Gas & Oil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/10/2020
06:10
I like the news today. Significant growth ahead through acquisition of distressed assets and then the future gas price rise we all know is going to happen in the years ahead. https://www.investegate.co.uk/diversified-gas---38-oil--dgoc-/rns/dgo-announces-strategic-participation-agreement/202010050700060244B/ .
pro_s2009
29/9/2020
14:35
Lab the 32 percent increase was already priced into the futures, hence the huge jump but no responding jump in the share price also given the hedging DGO will only partly benefit. This share is a long slow burner IMO, I expect it to get to 140 in due course and have positioned my portfolio accordingly. It is frustrating however it's a great divi with a clear forward looking mgmt. GLA
simplemilltownboy
29/9/2020
07:38
I agree. We should see an increase soon given the ftse250 inclusion and even more important Rusty saying he would actively approach US investors to increase awareness about the good job DGOC is doing and the high dividend and future growth perspective they have. Was hoping to see 120/130p by now, but waiting and receiving a nice dividend each quarter is not too concering to me.
timchecco
29/9/2020
06:33
NATURAL GAS (HENRY HUB)Commodity 2.75+0.67+32.21% Excuse me that's 32% in a day. No market reaction and none on here the dead zone. Paying 10% now and still stuck at 105. What do people want ?????
lab305
28/9/2020
07:24
hxxps://oilprice.com/Energy/Natural-Gas/Natural-Gas-Will-Rule-The-US-Energy-Market-For-Decades.html
lab305
23/9/2020
21:20
Looks like a bit of buying has started now that HSBC are likely out.
pro_s2009
22/9/2020
11:32
No probably not but certainly they have no notifiable interest left according to the the rns . That means a holding now of less than 3%. In terms of shares that must mean a disposal of at least 20m . Last Friday night's trades may have included them .
lab305
22/9/2020
11:20
lab305 HSBC has 33m shares r u saying they'll sell the lot?
petewy
21/9/2020
20:26
Not necessarily lab305. Some index trackers do not hold an exact replica of the shares that make up the index. Similarly, some funds are synthetic and use derivatives to replicate the index. I doubt that there are that many FTSE250 index tracking funds that need to hold the shares to exactly replicate the index. I would also doubt that the promotion has sparked a buying fenzy - looking at the share price it certainly hasn't moved the dial today. Just my personal view. I've seen it before when people have thought that an index promotion would automatically trigger buying and it hasn't happened. Don't ask me to remember which shares were involved though :-((
lord gnome
21/9/2020
18:05
Lord Gnome was this all froth then? Surely if you are a tracker you must hold each share in the index ? We expect this event to trigger significant mandatory buying from index tracker funds which own somewhere between 10-15% of UK PLC freefloat - implying US$95-140m (66-99m shares) of incremental demand around the indexation event,” Mirabaud analyst Tim Hurst-Brown said in a note. “Our understanding is most index tracker funds are reactive, awaiting confirmation from FTSE around index changes rather than taking pre-emptive action, implying that most of the buying demand is yet to occur.
lab305
21/9/2020
14:39
With the FTSE250 in free fall, you could hardly have picked a worse day to join the index. All this talk of funds having to buy in is total tosh, by the way. How many specialist index funds are there and how many share might they need? If they have any sense they will pick their moment and it's not today.
lord gnome
21/9/2020
14:39
The trackers and 250 index followers should be buying regardless of gas prices. If anything it appears to be HSBC that are continuing to pull the rug from any rise in the share price If they are selling the lot we could be here for some time.
lab305
21/9/2020
14:18
Timchecco, I agree it's disappointing, however the share price has drifted with HH prices. If the price of oil stays around the current price, associated gas will reduce and HH prices will increase and DGO's share price will again move forward. Unfortunately HH is again below 2 dollars, so it's a waiting game.
simplemilltownboy
21/9/2020
12:34
Well, so far we are only going down. When we hit 112 a few weeks back, I thought we would be going near new ath by now. Where is the FTSE250 good news in terms of stockprice increase? Quite the opposite of what I expected.
timchecco
18/9/2020
20:35
Well, the fun starts Monday with FTSE 250 entry for DGOC.
pro_s2009
18/9/2020
16:27
Hopefully Monday will bring us news on who is the mystery buyer or seller ... FTSE 250 imminent most likely a buy in my opinion ...
mo2550
18/9/2020
16:18
39m UT at close, will be interesting to see who has bought/sold. Possibly a worked buy at 105p and would explain the price being walked down over the last couple of weeks.
gary1966
18/9/2020
16:16
Wonder who joined or added with a substantial 39 205 680 trade ....
mo2550
18/9/2020
15:19
Joined you handsome lot today , have a good weekend all .
loafingchard
15/9/2020
08:06
Surprise surprise HSBC selling again and it looks like again this morning. They must be desperate with only six more days (four more trading days) to FTSE 250 entry. Predictions of strong demand after entry from the house broker. Bought more this morning @104. Bargain!
lab305
15/9/2020
06:05
15 September 2020 DIVERSIFIED GAS & OIL PLC ("DGO" or the "Company") Upcoming Dividend Exchange Rate Diversified Gas & Oil plc (LSE: DGOC), the US based owner and operator of natural gas, natural gas liquids and oil wells and midstream assets, announced on 4 May 2020 a dividend in respect of the first quarter for the three month period ended 31 March 2020 of 3.50 cents per share ("Q1 2020 Dividend"). The Company will pay its Q1 2020 Dividend on 25 September 2020 to those shareholders on the register on 4 September 2020. The Company announces that shareholders who have elected to receive their dividends in GBP sterling will receive an equivalent payment of 2.69 pence per share, based on the 10 September 2020 exchange rate of GBPGBP0.76867=US$1.00.
pro_s2009
11/9/2020
22:05
Decent buying into close. Think we have seen the end of the post-dividend selling. Should be onwards now into FTSE250 buying later this month. And then per-dividend buying November. Mid November would not be surprised to see a range of 130p to 140p for the share price.
pro_s2009
10/9/2020
10:42
Another drop today against the grain of all the published research and fundamentals. No doubt HSBC or another institution has sold off more of the silver to satisfy redemptions. Dividend two weeks tomorrow will be ploughed back in at these prices.
lab305
09/9/2020
07:20
Latest Edison review hTTps://www.edisongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Diversified-Gas-Oil-Strong-balance-sheet-allows-for-dividend-increase.pdf Our updated base case valuation stands at 139.8p/share, up from 125.4p/share, on inclusion of updated EIA gas price forecasts from 11 August 2020,and updated operating costs based on H120 results and reflecting the impact of the Carbon and EQT asset acquisitions. We also update DGO’s hedging portfolio and dividend distribution. We forecast a FY20 dividend yield of 10.6%atthe current share price
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