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Europa Oil & Gas (holdings) Plc LSE:EOG London Ordinary Share GB00B03CJS30 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.025 2.27% 1.125 1,918,559 11:13:49
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1.10 1.15 1.125 1.10 1.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.37 -0.85 -0.15 11
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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by Europa Oil & Gas (holdin... Daily Update
Europa Oil & Gas (holdings) Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EOG. The last closing price for Europa Oil & Gas (holdin... was 1.10p.
Europa Oil & Gas (holdings) Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.05p and a 12 week average price of 0.93p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 956,466,985 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,437,005 shares. The market capitalisation of Europa Oil & Gas (holdings) Plc is £10,760,253.58.
Posted at 17/1/2023 09:00 by jungmana
Just saw you comment regarding ujo . Isn't that one paying a dividend and buying back shares? See the share price appreciation there over the last 12 months and i guess most shareholders there would be happy.
Posted at 13/1/2023 12:15 by tommy241
Hi Christy, I attended although I arrived late and missed most of Europa as they were on first. Also had to sit at the back of a packed room.
It has been recorded although hopefully the sound is okay as they had issues with the system at times.
Oddie sounded very excited and positive about Inishkea and mentioned that this is the only license that has been extended by the government.
Also said the company was financially in the best position he’s seen since his time.
Holland reiterated we are fully funded for 23’
During the Q&A’s someone quite passionately spoke about offshore Ireland.

Clearly evident that with current cash and revenues, with expected increase of revenues during the year, Serenity and Ireland that EOG is extremely undervalued and a bargain at this price. I wish they had finished with a slide on the market cap / share price to reiterate what value is to be had here to investors.

Hope this helps, next time I’ll get there earlier :)

Posted at 18/12/2022 22:01 by enfranglais
Oddie & little Willie will look to gamble shareholders hard earned cash on anything they are allowed to have a look at, in the hope that they will hit it big!!
Of course, with fat cat salaries far in excess of their capabilities, this will end in further disaster until the larger shareholders get the message & kick them out. With UJO & EDR at least doubling their share price & EOG losing almost 75% since news of the last fund raise, the gruesome twosome have been an absolute DISASTER!!
HAVE YOU NO PRIDE AFTER THE AGM - JUST GO NOW!
Chairman - LISTEN TO YOUR SHAREHOLDERS OR GO TOO!!!!!

Posted at 23/11/2022 09:21 by nicosevos
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Price: 1.125

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Nuts priceToday 09:13

The MMs thought we would be disappointed to see the lost opportunity of a massive find in off-shore Morocco, but I’m actually relieved that EOG has removed the risk of an expensive failure in a geographical area I’m no that enthusiastic about.

What do we have to console ourselves, with our £11m mcap? Let’s look at the 2022 results.

· Revenue more than quadrupled to £6.6 million (2021: £1.4 million)

· Pre-tax profit of £1.4 million (2021: pre-tax loss £0.85 million)

· Net cash generated in operating activities £2.5 million (2021: used in operations £0.5 million)

· Cash balance (including restricted cash): £8.3 million (2021: £0.9 million)

That’s the bread and butter paid for, but what about some cake?

“Farm-out initiative is continuing on 100%-owned Licence FEL 4/19 which holds the flagship 1.5 tcf Inishkea prospect adjacent to existing infrastructure at the producing Corrib gas field”

There you go.

P/e 5.8
P/turnover 1.3
P/NAV 1.0
P/cash flow 10.6

PLUS, that tantalising prospect of 1.5tcf close to Corrib.

Loads of profit, loads of cash, loads of potential.

Posted at 02/11/2022 12:25 by talkman2
Oddie has to raise his game considerably here or shareholders will revolt . A share-buy back needs to be instigated immediately not another exploration / appraisal adventure to restore confidence and stability in the share price UJO have just spent around £90,000 and the share price has rallied significantly.

After the i3 Energy positive comment on Serenity this morning I would have thought the share price would have gone up . Shows the market attitude to EOG and it’s current management.

Posted at 24/10/2022 14:19 by talkman2
Oddie needs to act to get the share price up or shareholders will start to act The current share price is a disgrace and unacceptable. He should use the £2 million not used for the Serenity drill and initiate a share buyback . He needs to do something .
Posted at 11/10/2022 13:31 by enfranglais
It`s more like a 75% loss to lth`s, when you factor in the dilution & the share price collapse since news of the dilution & subsequent gamble hit the newswires!!
The only ones who can orchestrate the removal of Chairman, Oddie & his incompetent Financial lapdog are the larger shareholders & they can`t be happy about the WIPEOUT since the GAMBLE was announced. MR MARKET was not happy from the start & no one should be happy now - GET THEM ALL OUT IN AN ORGANISED MANNER & our share price should rise in celebration!!!!!!!

Posted at 29/9/2022 14:42 by grannyboy
So enfranglais if serenity proves up, and the share price reacts accordingly and it trebles/quadruples you would still be down?..

You can't seem to appreciate that if they prove the licence up the share price should increase substantially!

Posted at 26/9/2022 14:56 by lageraemia
1p on a duster?

When the UJO $10m RNS comes out this week, that means EOG will have recieved $7.5m just from Wressle....with 33% more BOPD from the other producers.

That's around the $10m per annum mark........and a share price of 1p would mean MCAP of £10m, with further development at Wressle, Irish business, Morroco AND The residual value of the Serenity prospect with low cost tie back to be a producer of 100s of barrels per day net to EOG at the least.

Share prices sometimes bear relation to findamentals you know. 3p on Wressle alone would not be unreasonable.

Posted at 20/9/2022 07:29 by edgein
GWB,

Probably because North Sea appraisal drilling isn't risk free and a negative result would hit both companies involved in the short term. But listening to the companies both have odds of 50%+. So my guess is you either have too much invested here or are focusing on the short term.

I can't answer for you though but I can tell you why I'm perfectly relaxed for this appraisal well. I've been invested in many companies that drilled numerous successful appraisal wells, Enterprise oil, Paladin, Oilexco, Valiant, Ithaca and Encore and more often than not these wells come in. The only one that came in less than expected from memory was one of the Don appraisal wells for Valiant, but the rest were highly successful, that Don well still produced just not as much as expected. Couple that with the fact that both of these companies (EOG and I3E) are producers with reserves at times of high oil and gas prices. EOG looks fair enough value at 3p for Wressle and I3E is cheap as chips currently without Serenity, 1.7x NOI and reserves expected to exceed 154mmboe due to the conservative NI51-101 that the Canadians use. EOG might also make some progress offshore Ireland operationally or legally. So both of these companies likely to recover from a negative result quite easily.

But the way I see it is there's an opportunity for these companies to average 40ft of pay across the field, that's I3E's p10 of 240mmbbls in place. Using EOG's metrics of $15/bbl and I3E's recovery of 50% that's a whopping $1.8bn gross (25% net to EOG). So perhaps a little more excited than relaxed at the moment. Just for clarity I hold a modest amount of EOG (just for Serenity) and a lot of I3E.

Regards,
Ed.

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