Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Pet. LSE:GBP London Ordinary Share AU000000GBP6 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20p -32.43% 2.50p 2.40p 2.60p 3.10p 2.30p 2.75p 6,553,439 14:58:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.4 -0.7 - 4.38

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24/9/2018
15:40
Hindsight indeed, however I did add some this morning This is a reply from the CEO of AEC from the 4th September, this is the answer to one of a few questions I put to him and was the second email reply from him,, very helpful chap "We are reviewing a number of opportunities in Namibia and would announce any new investments by press release" Makes wonder if tonight was where he planned to be for an announcement, hence the "press release" quote Adding to that, I did mention GBP and PEL29, but he didn't go there Also the reply was on the 4th September and they would have been waiting for Block 2011A to be signed off 10th AEC announce Intsti presentation for the 12th Sept in Norway 18th Sept AEC announce retail presentation in Stockholm for the 24th Sept 6.30pm CET GBP rns 19th Sept we have a new block 24th Sept Tonight may be the time they announcement their investment plans Looking at the updated website heading strategy, gives me a clue the investment could be with GBP
jimarilo
24/9/2018
14:56
Damp squib. Wish I'd sold on Friday at 4p, like you, only not bought back yet. Hey, ho, hindsight is 20/20.
chopsy
24/9/2018
14:11
So, trp ww1 - no oil in Maastrictian. TLW/PCL signs of wetgas in the deeper turbidite fan systems, indicating likely migration. As oil/gas has been generated in the area, the question is, where has it gone? Cash
cashandcard
24/9/2018
14:05
Malcy on Tullow Oil Tullow has announced that the Cormorant -1 well is water bearing in the sandstones encountered and with wet gas signatures indicative of oil being encountered in the underlying shale, indicate a working oil system in the area. Whilst this is disappointing it should not mean that the basin is sub-commercial and others with nearby licences can consider it an important marker for their prospects.
jimarilo
24/9/2018
09:38
Yup...hence my comment about it possibly taking a few months. Arguably there could be savings from a 3D plan that included part of the new blocks too.The oil seeps seen off the flanks of Gemsbok may yet prove important indicators.
emptyend
24/9/2018
09:25
And from TLW "Gas readings while drilling continue to support the concept that there is a working oil system in the area. As a result, following the conclusion of operations, we will analyze the data gathered before deciding on any future activity," said Tullow Exploration Director Angus McCoss
jimarilo
24/9/2018
09:14
Block 2011A will have been part of the process and deal, they would have been waiting for it to be signed off AEC were in Norway presenting to instos last week and presenting to retail tonight in Stockholm Short term fits for me
jimarilo
24/9/2018
08:36
AEC's take on the well Jan Maier, Africa Energy's VP Exploration, commented, "While we are disappointed that our first well this year did not discover commercial hydrocarbons, we are encouraged that it confirmed the existence of a mid-Cretaceous aged deep marine fan sandstone system with further potential in the play. https://www.africaenergycorp.com/news-releases/africa-energy-announces-results-of-cormorant-1-wel-122556/
jimarilo
24/9/2018
08:35
.......l'm not that focused on the very short term. There could easily be a plan in the wings (especially after last week's deal) but it equally may not become clear for a few months yet.It will be just as relevant to keep an eye on drilling plans of others, given the availability of rigs in the area.
emptyend
24/9/2018
08:23
Indeed will see what occurs this afternoon Someone if funding our new strategy
jimarilo
24/9/2018
08:07
I just put an order in/ order filled
jimarilo
24/9/2018
08:05
Mildy positive share price reaction?!
dunderheed
24/9/2018
08:03
No surprise, of course, to see hot money from Friday diving for an exit today, having got their premise for buying completely wrong. The question is, what happens now......?
emptyend
24/9/2018
07:47
Agreed ee, there were still positives from the result and Gemsbok will is a much deeper play in any case GBP don't have the cash to implement all that is in the above link regarding the newly promoted strategy that is indicating the deal to me
jimarilo
24/9/2018
07:35
PCL down a whopping 71% GBP down 5.3% and massive volume of 2.7m, last Friday they traded 1.4m and that was big for GBP on the ASX GBP closing flat basically I expect news on the open of the TSXV, from AEC This link changed on Friday and shows a completely different strategy, which is completely in line with AEC The recent quarterly results said we would be looking for new assets as per this link and I thought that strange at the time, but all makes sense now http://www.globalpetroleum.com.au/corporate/strategy-and-vision
jimarilo
24/9/2018
07:32
....since the principal question over Gemsbok etc was source, this seems to me to be a neutral to mildly positive result. If (as seems to be the case) oil was present but has migrated from Cormorant, the question is obviously where is has gone to. No doubt all those with nearby acreage (including GBP) will be refreshing their geological models.The next deals in the area may give some pointers......or perhaps the one last week was more significant than it looked?
emptyend
24/9/2018
02:00
There it is C1 is a dry well, with some encouraging data Wet gas signatures, indicative of oil, were first encountered in the overlying shale section and persisted throughout the target interval, indicating that there has been significant hydrocarbon generation in the area. Important geological data has been gained from this well, providing valuable insights into the prospectivity of the Aptian-Cenomanian turbidite fans that are still valid exploration plays with very large oil resource potential in Pancontinental’s acreage both in PEL 37 and, further south, in PEL 87 The well data supports the presence of at least one active source rock system, with encouraging implications for the range of play types mapped in the block, https://hotcopper.com.au/documentembed?id=uOMxKKzFkiWRTLKhOROKAxjvTDYD4w66yRWZsPR1ke92GA%3D%3D However further validation we have a deal on our hands at GBP PCL dropped 57% at the open and GBP went up 9% and on to 12.5% as of this time The website updates are a key factor to what is going on here imo
jimarilo
23/9/2018
23:12
This is very significant imo ee, not sure if you have seen the complete GBP website ? On the corporate header is Strategy & Vision It has been totally revamped and looks very much like AEC strategy ;-) http://www.globalpetroleum.com.au/corporate/strategy-and-vision
jimarilo
23/9/2018
22:49
Agreed ee, this week may prove to be a big week for GBP As ever time will tell ;--) DYOR
jimarilo
23/9/2018
21:50
jim but you asked me over here to chat gbp cpr, as per post #432 on the eco bb now you are sticking your head in the sand, ignoring the facts when i chat about them good luck all long term investors, but please ignore trader jims hype and bb spamming. dyor
penfold6
23/9/2018
21:16
PAN's only concern would be PAN. Its a stretch to read across from that to GBP....but the rise on Friday just confirms what a cheap Namibia option GBP is. In the event that the plays look like working, there could be some big moves.
emptyend
23/9/2018
13:40
Not pumping, was answering a question and did apologise "Sorry about being off topic, but was asked a question ;-)" Your filtered can't be bothered with tripe penfold6 23 Sep '18 - 12:11 - 6570 of 6571 (Filtered)
jimarilo
23/9/2018
12:11
couldnt care less if you sold eco your mind is clearly not thinking straight today(second time - lol) as it was your pumping gbp on the eco board that got my attention #419 : https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=40810001&from=419#firstpost seems you pump gbp all over advfn. stick to your ground and im sure others will stick to theirs! get it?
penfold6
23/9/2018
11:32
I have two isa accounts with long term GBP shares and one dealing account with a fraction of the other two accounts combined, which I used to trade yesterday thinking the share price would drop after the AEC rns. The share price did drop, but not enough to make the trade worth while Luckily I managed to buy them back at an average of the same price before the close You are wasting your breath here, as before when you and your mate got upset after I sold ECO to buy more GBP, you don't seem to have got over that for some reason Now you are at it again, but by all means, cart on
jimarilo
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