Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falcon Oil LSE:FOG London Ordinary Share CA3060711015 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.65p +3.59% 18.75p 18.50p 19.00p 18.75p 18.25p 18.25p 169,592 15:25:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -3.0 -0.3 - 172.79

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2018
12:31
Certainly all to play for here..
mr hangman
17/8/2018
12:27
Looks like this board is waking up too.
dprussky
16/8/2018
19:34
No but it will....
hermana3
16/8/2018
12:26
Falcon Oil (FOG) News Out Just Now http://crweworld.com/article/news-provided-by-globenewswire/774150/falcon-oil-gas-ltd-acceleration-of-exploration-and-appraisal-drilling-programme-into-stage-2
danieldanj
16/8/2018
10:52
Has the news sunk in yet?
jimboyce
16/8/2018
10:35
Just bought back into FOG...
rougepierre
16/8/2018
07:08
Great RNS! Blue on way here today....
hermana3
14/8/2018
07:35
Looking forward to AGM!
hermana3
01/8/2018
07:06
Yes good to have a bean counter at the helm!
hermana3
31/7/2018
11:04
The most important thing to me is that FOG are not burning through their cash as so often similar companies do and therefore still have around 3 1/2 years of cash in hand.
loganair
31/7/2018
07:42
Mira, Patience will be rewarded here. Phil knows how to manage this holding and will sell once a decent offer emerges.
hermana3
31/7/2018
07:26
Last night's offering from Wet Water on the LSE - It's gonna be a wait till next April when drilling restarts but when it does we should see some proper gains, hopefully! ---- Falcon's August Presentation (Mon 22:54) In reference to the just released Falcon Oil & Gas corporate presentation: Lots of information included – some old – some new. Of all the presentation, I found page 18 to be the most informative. When you look at that page, note that the ‘pink’ is the Velkerri shale that is the shale horizon that holds the huge 6.6Tcf contingent reserve discovery. That discover technically covered approximately 12% of the areal extent of the concession. Note that the seismic and test wells lead Falcon to believe that this same Velkerri shale covers about 95% of the total 4.6 million acres – that could lead to huge vast reserves. Likewise note the ‘orange’ on this map – it represents the condensate rich, wet gas Velkerri shale play. This portion of the Velkerri should be much more valuable than the previous Velkerri ‘B’ as the wet gas will demand a much higher price. Of course talking the Velkerri – don’t forget about the Velkerri’s twin and yet to be tested ‘C’ shale. Following the Velkerri pink/orange then look at the green portion of the map – I would guess that to be about a fourth of the 4.6 million acres. That potential acreage is best guess for the Kyalla shale formation. The Kyalla shale has the potential to be far more valuable than the Velkerri orange as it looks to contain even more condensate along with being a much shallower formation. This Kyalla formation could be the possible overall ‘primary’; target of the Beetaloo – overshadowing even the already proven and prolific Velkerri shale. In the area of the green, the Velkerri runs underneath so these two zones could very possibly be considered ‘stacked’; plays with completions in each zone. Last but not least, there is the Hayfield Sandstone shown as the grey hatched area. Not as much is know about the Hayfield but the core samples and drill stem test showed that the Hayfield might potentially be a good oil/condensate play. At some point it will likely be further tested. If the Hayfield lives up to its potential then the its acreage could represent about 12% of the Beetaloo’s aerial extent – that could be exciting as it could become a rich condensate/oil play. All in all this map shows the vast potential held in the Beetaloo. The next two years will attempt to prove up the best potential in these shale formations. It should be an exciting 2 years once drilling re-commences this next April. In the meantime be patient and hold tight – the true value of our Falcon stock will be based on the asset sell price of its 30% ownership in this resource rich concession – Falcon’s value has no correlation with today’s share price of the stock. - M
mirabeau
30/7/2018
21:28
Mira,Many thanks. Interesting to see 57%+ holding of retail/small institutions.
hermana3
30/7/2018
20:32
HTTP://falconoilandgas.com/uploads/pdf/Corporate_presentation_August_2018.pdf
mirabeau
26/7/2018
21:05
Well well.....
hermana3
26/7/2018
08:26
Yes, interesting developments in SA
mirabeau
26/7/2018
08:25
Cape Town - Just as environmental and interested groups thought the government may have shelved its shale gas exploration plans, a notice by Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe in the Eastern Cape Government Gazette may have blown up this highly controversial issue once again. In the notice for shale gas exploration rights in the Karoo by petroleum giant Shell, Bundu Gas and Oil Exploration and Falcon Oil and Gas, the minister calls for submissions from the public whose rights “may be materially and adversely affected by his pending decision”. Janse Rabie, Agri SA’s head of natural resources, said they could not support a project of this magnitude anywhere in the country. “Agri SA has consistently maintained, in the absence of sufficient answers by both petrochemical companies and government as to the availability of sufficient water to support shale gas exploration and production and adequate answers as to what would be done with the resulting contaminated water it cannot support shale gas development in the Karoo or elsewhere in South Africa.” Rabie said the threat of shale gas development in the Karoo appeared to dissipate after Shell’s announcement this year that it would be scaling down its operations. “The matter remains very much alive, as is seen by government’s most recent notice. Neither Shell, Bundu or Falcon actually withdrew their applications for exploration rights for shale gas in the Karoo and those applications still remain pending. “Once exploration rights are granted, it opens the door to full-scale production rights automatically being granted in due course,” Rabie said. Areas affected include parts of Beaufort West, Murraysburg, Graaff-Reinet, the Northern and Eastern Cape. Beaufort West mayor Noel Constable said he was in support of the project. “We have had meetings with the companies and with those who are opposing the project. It is set to create many jobs and will uplift our communities. Our studies have given us the assurance that the project won’t negatively affect our underground water system. We accept that and support this project cautiously,” he said.
bensug
25/7/2018
18:47
Wont be any major leaps for sure!
hermana3
25/7/2018
12:06
I can see FOG basically trading sideways until the 2019 drill results are announced.
loganair
25/7/2018
07:29
Slight turnaround here in past week. Spring aint that far away....
hermana3
20/7/2018
23:00
Nice find Mirabeau....could explain the stronger share price today. Patience is all that is needed with this one......in comparison to companies such as Sound the company is completely undervalued by a multiple of the current share price
prettybullish
19/7/2018
20:26
HTTP://outline.com/SFmjvs Construction work complete on Northern Gas Pipeline between Tennant Creek and Mt Isa, gas set to flow July 20, 2018 CONSTRUCTION work is complete on the Northern Gas Pipeline between Tennant Creek and Mt Isa, with gas set to flow by the end of the year. Jemena executive general manager of corporate development Antoon Boey told Sky News the mechanical construction work was finished on Thursday. “All the wells have been finished, the pipe has now been fully covered in the trench,” he said. “We have to now undergo a whole lot of safety tests but we are very confident that we can now commission the pipeline by the end of this year.” The pipeline will be able to transport 90 terajoules of gas per day, but Mr Boey said Jemena was already looking at expansion or duplication options after the NT Government lifted the fracking moratorium. “As soon as there is gas there to be sold, we can within the space of six to nine months, expand the current pipeline and if there’s a lot more gas, beyond 160 terajoules or so per day, we can look to expand the pipeline by way of duplicating it and that would then add orders of magnitude of additional capacity,” he said. Mr Boey said the Territory’s onshore gas resources had the potential to solve the east coast energy supply crisis. “The amount of gas in the Beetaloo Basin in particular is of such a magnitude that not only could it supply the Northern Territory with all of its foreseeable needs, but it could also provide the east coast with enough gas to make a real dent, if not completely alleviate the current supply problems we now have on the east coast,” he said. - Falcon's 30% of Beetaloo's discovery is surely worth multiples of the current price, in time of course. We need the drill and an offer!
mirabeau
19/7/2018
20:18
Wohoooo Falcon needs a change of luck.
jross11
18/7/2018
07:26
New thread for a new era!
hermana3
16/7/2018
20:28
Hib, Going cheap currently too as market has no patience!
hermana3
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