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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Egdon Resources Plc LSE:EDR London Ordinary Share GB00B28YML29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 6.67% 1.60 1.40 1.60 1.575 1.50 1.50 237,517 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.2 -1.7 -0.6 - 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/6/2020
08:10
In Egdon’s 2019 accounts (Note 17) Trade and Other Receivables) state that Humber owed the partnership a total of £780,000 of which £327,200 was due to Egdon I would assume that with Humber selling off parts of its assets to ujo, and rbd it can now pay up.. Good news for EDR, in my opinion as they must have been running on fumes looking at their accounts.
currypasty
24/6/2020
08:54
Company USED TO hold a 44.75% NOW HOLDS 35.8%. Did they lose this dispute? Also notice that UK Oil have upped their stake by buying into it.
jasper2712
24/6/2020
06:28
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/egdon-resources-EDR/share-news/Egdon-Resources-PLC-Humber-Oil-Gas-PEDL253-Bisca/82716445
currypasty
23/6/2020
18:35
"with an initial three months of sampling to determine baseline groundwater quality." This was from May 13th so a few months to go before any major activity on the site. "the Company envisages first oil during H2 2020". Looks like they are going to be behind target but with the price of oil it was probably prudent to delay production short term.
jasper2712
14/6/2020
18:31
Have they resolved the issue with Humber? The last time I heard anything Humber was reneging on a payment that was due to EDR
jasper2712
13/6/2020
22:26
Um what about Wressel income?
guesswhosback2
13/6/2020
11:05
Shell obviously think that there is something worth pursuing in this area Energy supply is still very much dependent on gas
jasper2712
12/6/2020
09:30
If you look at the Shell deal and where the EDR license is you will also notice that out at sea there is a huge area which is what Shell are closely mapping. The problem with all of this research by Shell is a timing one. I think that by the end of this year 2020 Shell we have more knowledge and a feel as to what is in this area of the Southern North Sea and so will Deltic Energy where Shell paid nearly £10m for 3d seismec work last August 2019.......that gives you some idea as to the time it takes to arrive at conclusions. In the case of EDR I would guess that in 2021 some work will have been done but the excitment of a new gas field will be in 2022. A very tricky time for EDR shareholders with oil/gas prices as it will be for the rest of this year me thinks.
anley
08/6/2020
08:23
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/egdon-resources-EDR/share-news/Egdon-Resources-PLC-Update-on-Licences-P1929-and-P/82614030 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/union-jack-oil-UJO/share-news/Union-Jack-Oil-PLC-Acquisition-of-Further-Interest/82614127 all go this morning
currypasty
08/6/2020
08:19
Egdon to Move Forward With Shell Farm-In After Licenses Extended Share On Facebook Print Alert By Jaime Llinares Taboada Egdon Resources PLC said Monday that it will move forward with Royal Dutch Shell PLC's farm-in for its offshore U.K. Resolution and Endeavour gas discoveries after the licenses were extended. The London-listed company said that the Oil & Gas Authority extended licenses P1929 and P2304 to May 31, 2024 subject to exploration targets. The group said that, following the operation, it will retain a 30% stake in the licenses, and Shell will pay 85% of the 3D seismic survey and 100% of all studies and manpower costs through the well investment decision. Shares at 0710 GMT were up 0.05 pence, or 2.4%, at 2.15 pence. Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at jaime.llinares@wsj.com; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 08, 2020 03:36 ET (07:36 GMT)
florenceorbis
28/5/2020
22:31
Big volume surge. Promising. Long way back up.
bean02
15/5/2020
13:33
just looking at the interims from last month "Oil and gas revenues during the period fell to of GBP0.675 million (H1 2019: GBP1.210 million) as a result of the weak price environment" "Overall loss for the period of GBP3.235 million including GBP2.191 million of impairments (H1 2019: loss of GBP0.724 million, GBPNil impairments) " so even without any impairments they are running at over a million loss for the six months.. (about £175k/month) They had at period end (end jan) 780k plus the placing 500k plus the money from nlc aprox £120k so all in all the placing was a 'keep the lights on', and cash will last till about august... post end of year, oil/gas price probably looking a lot worse, so I hope they are savagely cutting costs all imho, based on rns's please feel free to correct any bits
currypasty
15/5/2020
13:18
1.3 mil dump at only 1.5p
currypasty
13/5/2020
12:05
thanks to maisung : https://drillordrop.com/2020/05/13/council-pays-403000-costs-over-wressle-planning-dispute/
leoboy
13/5/2020
07:36
I hope the council has learnt a expensive lesson
sparkyboy1
13/5/2020
07:08
As previously advised, the plan for the Wressle development comprises the following key stages: 1. Discharging the planning conditions, finalising detailed designs, tendering and procurement of materials, equipment and services and finalising all HSE documentation and procedures 2. Installation of groundwater monitoring boreholes and establishing baseline groundwater quality through monitoring and analysis 3. Reconfiguration of the site 4. Installation and commissioning of surface facilities 5. Sub-surface operations 6. Commencement of production Following NLC approval of the installation plan and discharge of the associated planning condition, we have now completed the installation of four groundwater monitoring boreholes on the Wressle site. These boreholes will be subject to monitoring and analysis throughout the life of the site, with an initial three months of sampling to determine baseline groundwater quality. As previously advised, on current plans, the Company envisages first oil during H2 2020".
currypasty
11/5/2020
20:03
also interesting.. "In April 2020, the Company purchased 5,000,000 new ordinary shares in Egdon Resources plc via means of a subscription at a price of 2 pence per Subscription Share for a total subscription amount of £100,000."
currypasty
11/5/2020
19:27
looks like we have to look in UJO annual reports for information... "During January 2020, the Planning Inspectorate informed the Operator that the appeal in respect of obtaining planning consent for the development of the Wressle oilfield, situated on licences PEDL180 and PEDL182 located in North Lincolnshire, was successful. The Inspector also allowed the application for an award of costs against the North Lincolnshire Council (“NLC”). Subsequently, the NLC has paid costs of £403,000. Union Jack will receive its proportion of this payment once the sum to be paid is agreed with the Operator."
currypasty
06/5/2020
10:44
4 months now since wressle green light, plus they were pretty confident months before, so what have they been doing?? also "The Inspector also allowed the application for an award of costs against North Lincolnshire Council" where is that up too?
currypasty
06/5/2020
10:40
disappointingly still very weak.. raised £500k to keep the lights on a month ago, including £50k from m.abbot, at 2p now 1.8p to buy with very little volume.. come on edr, get those planning conditions met and lets have some progress.. not just edr counting on this!!!!
currypasty
27/4/2020
06:36
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/egdon-resources-EDR/share-news/Egdon-Resources-PLC-Tranche-2-of-Equity-Fundraisin/82308470
currypasty
22/4/2020
07:20
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/egdon-resources-EDR/share-news/Egdon-Resources-PLC-Director-PDMR-Dealing/82278045
currypasty
21/4/2020
10:17
Another nail in the coffin as Shell will take them into 2021 before making any decision on one deal. Is the M/Cap worth £6m with the costs associated with keeping the company alive? I ask again........take it private before its to late and for shareholders take a tax loss and look for asset rich and cash in the bank and no pension schemes and tight saleries........I can think of 2 companies.
anley
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