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FOG Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd.

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. LSE:FOG London Ordinary Share CA3060711015 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.00 167,957 08:00:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.80 7.20 7.00 7.00 7.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs USD USD -3.99M USD -0.0038 -31.58 125.32M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:00:21 UT 167,957 7.00 GBX

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2023-12-04 16:26:396.92160,00011,072.00O
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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Falcon Oil & Gas Daily Update
Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOG. The last closing price for Falcon Oil & Gas was 7p.
Falcon Oil & Gas currently has 1,044,347,425 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Falcon Oil & Gas is £125,321,691.
Falcon Oil & Gas has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -31.58.
This morning FOG shares opened at 7p
Posted at 02/11/2023 17:08 by p@
Why fog has dropped?
Posted at 20/10/2023 08:35 by loganair
The share price says it all as the market also has doubts otherwise the share price would be many times higher than it currently is.
Posted at 17/7/2023 03:01 by ohisay
Short of money again ..

Tamboran Resources is undertaking a $5 million SPP which closes later this month (July 27) to provide shareholders the opportunity to increase their holdings at the same 18-cent price as investors in the recently completed $53.2 million Placement. As part of that raise, Texan billionaire and third generation oil and gas investor, Bryan Sheffield, upped his stake by another $14.7 million to more than 15 per cent of Tamboran Resources.

“Our largest shareholder, shale entrepreneur Bryan Sheffield is well known in the US, having founded his own oil and gas company, Parsley Energy, which sold to Pioneer Natural Resources for more than US$8 billion,” Mr Riddle said.

“There are also a few additional long-term view, US-based, energy specialist funds that took part and they’re all the right kind of shareholders that Tamboran really needs – they represent a lot of smart money – these investors understand global gas markets.

“This really is a vote of confidence in the Beetaloo Basin’s resource and Tamboran’s potential.”

The funds will be used for further drilling at Tamboran’s Shenandoah South and Amungee well sites within the Beetaloo Basin.

“We are fully focused on delivering commercial flow rates from the Shenandoah South and Amungee areas,” Mr Riddle said.

“De-risking of these two areas provides us with optionality for initial production via mini-LNG as early as 2024, and the proposed pilot development will target first production by the end of 2025.”
Posted at 03/7/2023 01:27 by ohisay
Seen on Hot Copper re Tamboran...

Macquarie research note on TBN:
Tamboran Resources shares have also been range bound since July last year. The company is the largest acreage holder of the Beetaloo Basin in the NT, with 1.9 million prospective acres and a contingent resource of 1.5 trillion cubic feet. The stock has been under pressure in recent days after raising $53.2 million at 18 cents per share (12.2% discount to pre-raise close).
Macquarie noted:
“Amungee-2H has been challenging (potentially due to a reservoir skin issue), with an uninhibited gas flow yet to be achieved. Management will be seeking to better understand this completion issue for future wells.”
“Agreement with APA on a 500MMscf/d pipeline is positive, in our view.”
“We have factored in the dilution from the $71.4mn capital raise. We estimate another $250-280m needs to be raised prior to commercial production; if flow tests strengthen, this becomes far less dilutive.”

FOG has some decisions to make next year when the carry runs out .Really important they have some good results from the next two wells...
Posted at 30/6/2023 07:40 by loganair
The only time I've ever followed any director buying and thought it was a positive was when the CEO of Cable and wireless over a 2 year period, out of his own money purchased circa £12mln (circa £30mln in todays money) worth shares.

6 months after his final purchase C&W was taken over by Liberty at a price well in excess of his purchases.
Posted at 22/6/2023 06:48 by loganair
What I read into this RNS is that Falcon owns a share in a licence in one of the worse, least productive areas of the Beetaloo.
Posted at 22/6/2023 02:16 by ohisay
Dunno what you are going to talk about Herm.
Tamboran still not releasing any Flow rates !
Hard to believe this well spudded on the 10th November.

Even on the 16th Feb when the Well stimulation program started POQ said early Q2 for results .
A good question to ask is whether the next well will likely take as long ..
Of course TAMB need a good result because (unlike FOG*) they absolutely need a capital raise in the next few months (Hence the recent PR I guess).

*Although FOG are exposed on cost overruns too -beyond their carry-so cant discount some implications there.?!
Posted at 06/6/2023 06:52 by loganair
Anyone remember how several years ago, around 2017 the powers to be said that the Beetaloo is worth over 200p per share to Falcon Oil while their South African interest is worth a further 35p per share.
Posted at 22/12/2022 16:16 by hermana3
Loss of direction in share price this week in the runup to drill results. Lack of sizeable volume leads one to imagine the results of the drill thus far is only known to the inner sanctum of Falcon and Tamboran. This was never a leaky ship with Origin either.
Posted at 05/10/2022 08:21 by loganair
The important parts of the article:

After the completion of the acquisition, Tamboran will hold a 38.75% operated interest, Bryan Sheffield - ex-CEO of Parsley Energy, now part of Pioneer Natural Resources - will have a 38.75% non-operating interest, and Falcon Oil & Gas will retain a 22.5% non-operating interest in the three permits.

Sheffield holds 8.66% of Falcon and will own 15.2% of Tamboran.

Sheffield has patiently built up a significant position in the Beetaloo play. The important question is whether he will exert his power as a major shareholder to intentionally depress the share price of either Falcon or Tamboran in an effort to accumulate more shares. I believe the primary focus of Sheffield at this time is likely to be uniting various parties and attracting more participants in the Beetaloo play, rather than squeezing out existing partners.

I believe Tamboran (the operator), Falcon (non-operating partner), Origin (royalty holder through Tamboran) and Sheffield (equity investor in both Tamboran and Falcon and royalty holder via Falcon) can have a constructive relationship. Multi-party joint ventures are a common practice in the oil industry since its infancy.
Falcon Oil & Gas share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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