Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Europa Oil & Gas LSE:EOG London Ordinary Share GB00B03CJS30 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.375p +19.64% 8.375p 8.25p 8.50p 8.375p 7.00p 7.00p 3,622,072 11:21:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.3 -1.9 -0.7 - 25.24

Europa Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads

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25/7/2017
11:51
I'm here CP .. now on lunch .. rather nice one today ...
jusmasel99
25/7/2017
11:42
Currently holding 4th position on the highest %age winners board and fast catching number 1. Not b4 time !!
westmoreland lad
25/7/2017
11:31
where is everybody?? were up 20% !!!!!!!!!!
currypasty
25/7/2017
10:46
more buyers than sellers, and quite illiquid..
currypasty
25/7/2017
10:34
5273: Yeah and Jus he's a good salesman. Jus give them your Ireland 'ideas' as well! Me I'm a black hole and unfortunately a mini ngm - I'm thinking dry but hopefully some HC working system EVIDENCE?!
dunderheed
25/7/2017
10:15
I think you need to go over to UKOG and spell it out for them !
currypasty
25/7/2017
10:03
Some profit takers from 5-6p I suspect. New buyers in at 7-8p. Lots of news to come. Im starting to sound like the UKOG rampers. I sure hope the UKOG millionaires come over here when they understand the read across. Is that too hopeful?
guesswhosback
25/7/2017
09:57
looking perky, few sellers spoiling the party.. bet they will be sorry
currypasty
25/7/2017
09:46
Jus, Of course, its why old Ed filled his boots on the excess facility. I'll be stunned if there isn't significant volumes of naturally fractured limestone at Holmwood. I'm expecting it to be a more Brockham lookalike than BB-1. It'll likely be limestone zones rather than continuous 1200ft etc. But according to ANGS etc Brockham is more fractured etc than HH and we know what stunning initial test rates they got at HH. I'm pretty relaxed about EOG becoming a bagger on either Irish AM and/or Holmwood. Its one of my largest O&G investments currently. I'm a KL believer, Holmwood has the potential of being a company making asset to EOG. The Slyne and porcupine was the deciding factor that puts these ahead of EDR and ANGS, not just the larger net acreage around Brockham. I can see a consolidation of these assets if there are significant flow rates from Brockham/bb-1. Economics of wells flowing at the HH rates, onshore and pretty shallow make these assets compelling at current oil prices. I could see a large player coming in for 30-40% of all these assets if it all goes to plan for the companies involved. Regards, Ed.
edgein
25/7/2017
09:45
Has the penny finally dropped?
4sta
25/7/2017
09:29
Ed Do you not see some merit in my argument then that Holmwood is merely an appraisal well into the licence area and that the Brockham sidetrack established the KL as a play in the area? We own more in terms of acreage than ANGS. Oh well I am sure they will arrive soon.
jusmasel99
25/7/2017
09:14
Roger, Yes its very prospective for a conventional target for a small capped company like EOG. However as we all know by now its the amount and state of the KL that's the real game changer for EOG. Great reaction by UKOG on what's now a £250m capped company, it shows what can happen when the market gets behind these companies. Limestones can give natural flow without frac or even acid squeeze. Limestone/chalk reservoirs can and do produce naturally, the best being the most naturally fractured, as can be seen with the initial flow tests at HH. So it'll be very interesting to see what the 900ft odd of perforations in BB-1 will do over the 14 week testing period. Yes they may have a shale style production profile with the best rates achieved over 6 months and a steep decline thereafter. But ultimately UKOG believe that these wells can recover up to 1mmbbls over their lifetime each without frac. So it'll be interesting to see how these wells perform and maintain pressure on test. Hopefully perform somewhat higher than SOU's TE-8! Regards, Ed.
edgein
25/7/2017
08:48
"The Holmwood prospect has been assigned gross mean prospective resources of 5.6 million boe with a range of 1 to 11 million barrels. Were it to come in at 5.6 million boe, Holmwood would become the fifth largest onshore oil field in the UK. As a result, Europa regards Holmwood as one of the best undrilled prospects onshore UK". It seems to have always been regarded as quite a decent prospect just on a conventional basis, but not one to get the graph rocketing, that needs a feeding frenzy too!
rogerlin
25/7/2017
08:42
Oh NGMS I don't think so. I think whatever the results of the flow tests the masses will multiply them by the acreage of the licences and assume it will all be recoverable. UKOG will announce it was a vertical well and that Horizontal will be the answer .... a long way to go before a horizontal drill is tested in the Kimmeridge. Maybe that is why Cuadrilla chose not to do so but they did at least drill horizontally ...
jusmasel99
25/7/2017
08:34
Yes but by the time Holmwood comes around the flow tests will likely have been damp squibs.EOG have Holmwood for the conventional play NOT the Limestone fractured or not.
ngms27
25/7/2017
08:26
EOG STRIKES OIL! (in my humble opinion) All because of something Dunderheed said yesterday ... I was sitting here this morning trying to work out what actual percentages of Holmwood and Brockham the various participants owned - and it was getting complicated. Then I looked at it another way. PEDL 143 is the original licence area that Brockham was discovered in. PL235 is the retained Oil Field boundary from that licence. Now UKOG are taking off because they have drilled one well into a licence area PEDL234 - some 300km2 - and hit the Kimmeridge again Well what was BROCKHAM-X4Z if not one well drilled into a licence area which hit the Kimmeridge? A licence area that we own more of than ANGS? If UKOG rockets because of one well then why not EOG? The read across is one well in one licence area. We have that. According to that interpretation - from the masses invested in UKOG and ANGS - the Brockham well means that Holmwood is merely an appraisal well in the licence area! Does anyone see where I am going with this?
jusmasel99
25/7/2017
08:24
They must have something special. Great read across for us. Holmwood will generate some interest.so 7 x 7p lol. Magic.
guesswhosback
25/7/2017
08:18
Indeed the UKOG graph is a wonder to behold. Time for EOG to follow!
rogerlin
25/7/2017
08:06
UKOG motoring again
currypasty
24/7/2017
16:49
Rapidly approaching Faroe's market cap ... you do have to wonder sometimes ..
jusmasel99
24/7/2017
16:08
In the meantime, UKOG now have a market cap of £200 million. 10 x that of EOGs
tommy241
24/7/2017
14:06
Excellent! FB. Great Idea...
jusmasel99
24/7/2017
13:48
Angus seems to think it can drill long holes and pump oil from the whole of Holmwood... So, if we use their interpretation of the law, and if (heaven forbid) Holmwood were a duster, we'd just need to drill long holes from Holmwood into Brockham.. Simples!
fardels bear
24/7/2017
13:42
Tommy241 thanks for the link, Angus seem very optimistic!
rogerlin
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