Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas LSE:ECO London Ordinary Share CA27887W1005 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 31.80p 6,500 06:30:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
31.60p 32.00p 31.80p 31.80p 31.80p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -3.5 -4.0 - 50.62

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Date Time Title Posts
25/5/201800:10ECO Atlantic--Next door to Exxon Offshore Guyana262
28/2/201813:36ECO (Atlantic) Oil & Gas - Offshore & Onshore Namibia27
27/1/201113:10THE ECONOMY-
26/10/200910:06ecosecurities - carbon trading238
24/3/200608:44Eco Securities Looking Good3

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27/5/2018
09:20
Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Daily Update: Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECO. The last closing price for Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas was 31.80p.
Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 31.30p and a 12 week average price of 29.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 40.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.13p.
There are currently 159,195,217 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 301,307 shares. The market capitalisation of Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas is £50,624,079.01.
28/2/2018
10:27
zebbo: Pareto securities comment 'Pacora-1 is the closest discovery to the Stabroek-Orinduik boundary and in our opinion will increase industry's interest in the adjacent acreage. We expect this update to help support momentum in the company's share price over the next few days. The company's interim results contained no surprises or material updates.'
19/2/2018
11:49
acuere: As this quiet B.B. about to get busier It’s worth repeating this post from Maccamcd. The full broker note is available to view online. Lovely positive BUY note out from Hannam & Partners today. £1.13 tgt VALUATION – TOTAL RISKED NAV OF 113 P/SHARE The current share price is supported by the price that Africa Oil paid of 29p/share. Assuming that the Total farm out proceeds, and other options and warrants are exercised, Eco is set to have cash backing of 13.9 p/share. We derive a risked exploration value of the two potential prospects of a combined 99p/share (Amatuk in Guyana 53 p/share and Osprey in Namibia 46 p/share), suggesting a risked value of the company of c113p/share. We note that this is early stage exploration and key risks to our NAV relate to the size/quality definition of the prospects post 3D seismic (the trigger for Total’s farm in), timing of potential wells and exploration results in Namibia’s adjacent block. The share price will therefore reflect the progress of these potential wells. The next key milestone will be the interpretation of the 3D seismic in Guyana, expected in 1Q18, and whether Total wants to proceed with the farm in.
24/1/2018
08:21
maccamcd: Lovely positive BUY note out from Hannam & Partners today.£1.13 tgtVALUATION – TOTAL RISKED NAV OF 113 P/SHAREThe current share price is supported by the price that Africa Oil paid of 29p/share. Assuming that the Total farm out proceeds, and other options and warrants are exercised, Eco is set to have cash backing of 13.9 p/share. We derive a risked exploration value of the two potential prospects of a combined 99p/share (Amatuk in Guyana 53 p/share and Osprey in Namibia 46 p/share), suggesting a risked value of the company of c113p/share. We note that this is early stage exploration and key risks to our NAV relate to the size/quality definition of the prospects post 3D seismic (the trigger for Total's farm in), timing of potential wells and exploration results in Namibia's adjacent block. The share price will therefore reflect the progress of these potential wells. The next key milestone will be the interpretation of the 3D seismic in Guyana, expected in 1Q18, and whether Total wants to proceed with the farm in.
08/1/2018
21:51
dbh911: mention in the Telegraph tonight: Oil minnow Eco Atlantic jumped 4.7p to 31.8p after energy giant ExxonMobil revealed that it hit oil in a neighbouring block off the coast of Guyana for the sixth time. Since floating last year, Eco’s share price has been boosted by huge discoveries nearby as Guyana begins to establish itself as one of the hottest oil exploration areas in the world. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/01/08/market-report-revolution-bars-pops-hopes-festive-sales-fizz/
04/1/2018
11:51
b1lbo: davwall - Africa Oil bought c20% at 29p back on the 13th Nov, so share price is still trading at a 10% discount paid by them. I think AIM is just playing catch up (as in Canada the share price is already there at C$0.50 last night's close), escpecially given Brent is also up 5+% since then.
26/9/2017
10:35
maccamcd: some bunff from Brandon Hill research "The transaction values Eco’s existing 40% working interest at US$21.6m (13.5p/sh), leaving just 1.1p/sh of value in the current market cap for Eco’s Namibian acreage (after accounting for 2.5p of cash). Given recent corporate activity in Namibia we feel this is too low providing significant scope for a share price appreciation. In PEL 37, located adjacent to Eco’s Cooper block, ONGC Videsh farmed in to a 30% working interest in July, while more recently, Africa Energy acquired an effective 10% interest in the same licence for US$7.7m, through the acquisition of a 33% interest in a subsidiary of Pancontinental Oil & Gas. The terms of the Africa Energy transaction, when applied to Eco’s 32.5% interest in the Cooper Block implies a US$25m valuation or 15.7p/sh. In aggregate this suggests a fair value for Eco in the region of 31.7p, without attributing any value for the Guy, Sharon and Tamar licences, and implies upside of 85% to the current share price. "
16/9/2009
10:21
barbudo viejo: Less speculation here than I would have expected: a fashionable headline-grabbing green company, several column inches in yesterday's Times, young entrepreneur seeks to buy back company, up against might of investment bank etc. etc. Below is report from Int.Bus.Times Morgan Chase & Co agreed to buy carbon offset aggregator EcoSecurities for 122.9 million pounds ($204 million) on Monday, trumping a bid from the firm's co-founder, to boost its carbon-credit trading business. J.P.Morgan Ventures Energy Corp., a subsidiary of the bank, said its 100 pence-a-share bid, made through Carbon Acquisition Company, had the backing of shareholders representing 19.9 percent of the company. It said EcoSecurities had successfully realized value from sourcing, developing and trading emission reductions, and it noted the firm had recorded its first period of profitability in the first half. The offer represents a 120 percent premium to the group's share price before the start of the offer period on June 4. "It looks like JPMorgan is backing the current management to take the business private," said Ken Rumph, an equity analyst at Nomura Code. Ireland-based EcoSecurities Group Plc develops clean energy projects under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism, which allows companies to export cuts in greenhouse gas emissions to emerging countries like China and India, where such reductions are cheaper to make. EcoSecurities shares were up 11.5 percent at 101.5 pence by 1411 GMT (10:11 a.m. EDT). Carbon Acquisition Company said the acceptances included 13.6 million shares held by current and former directors and 9.9 million shares owned by Credit Suisse.In the offer statement, Carbon Acquisition said the acceptances would remain binding in the event of a competing offer being made. "It's a scorched earth, blocking tactic (and) it's a problem for Guanabara if these blocking minority figures are holding out," Rumph added. EcoSecurities rebuffed on September 1 a revised 90 pence-a-share offer from Guanabara Holdings, set up by EcoSecurities co-founder and former president Pedro Moura Costa.The board of Guanabara said Monday afternoon it noted Carbon Acquisition's offer and will make a further announcement following a review of its own position. "It remains to be seen if Guanabara will improve its offer and bid something closer to our 'bare-bones' valuation of 114 pence per share," said Mirabaud's Agustin Hochschild. In July, Guanabara reached a deal with then rival bidder EDF Trading, a unit of French utility EDF, offering it the option to purchase a portion of EcoSecurities' pre-2012 offset portfolio if Guanabara's bid was successful. Mid-price currently showing as 105p. TIJMO
23/6/2009
16:34
barbudo viejo: If the approaches are being made on the basis that ECO is so cheap, they might as well buy it, then the purchase price is inherently limited by metrics like book value/pv/share price performance etc. If, however, the bidders REALLY want it, for any one of a host of strategic reasons, then speculating on how high they might go becomes an exercise in imagination rather than mathematics...
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