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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.90p 1.80p 2.00p 1.90p 1.90p 1.90p 36,582 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.4 -0.7 - 3.33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2018
07:49
Quarterlies due next week, would be nice to combine with an update on proceedings
jimarilo
19/7/2018
14:09
Indeed, GBP's PEL29 equally has massive potential and is located further North where all the interest currently is You would get more bang for your buck taking GBP out for sure
jimarilo
19/7/2018
12:03
Interesting link oilretire. So it looks like SQZ are looking to offer a significant % of their 85% stake to cover drilling cost of $30m. Considering GBP's current low valuation it does appear those interested in the area could get a cracking deal.
yasrub
19/7/2018
11:46
Trying the link again..... http://envoi.co.uk/projects/active-projects/africa/namibia/
oilretire
19/7/2018
11:43
Not sure if this has been posted here, but credit to steelwatch over on the SQZ threadHttp://envoi.co.uk/projects/active-projects/africa/namibia/
oilretire
19/7/2018
10:09
Africa Energy have a back door interest in the up coming Cormorant well through their acquisition of one-third of the shares in a subsidiary of Pancontinental Oil & Gas who hold 30% interest in PEL37 They paid $8m for just 10% effective interest in PEL37, GBP have 85% interest in PEL29 to play with https://www.offshoreenergytoday.com/?p=250578 AE is part of the Lundin Group of Companies, as is Africa Oil Corp their backers, who have $400m free cash available and own 20% of ECO Atlantic Already sold on Namibia they are still looking to expand further, which speaks volumes, regarding the potential AE are not the only oiler out there looking to take an interest in this frontier play, there is competition Out of CHAR ECO and GBP, from current M/caps, GBP has a far greater short term potential returns, just from one deal, as there is zero currently priced in for the PEL29 asset
jimarilo
16/7/2018
13:07
Indeed Alex, the clock is ticking and Cormorant is getting closer I very recently had an email reply from an African focused oiler, that are looking to increase their foot print in Namibia and are currently looking at several new opportunities They agreed that Cormorant would derisk some of these opportunities and increase the price. Of course I don't know what opportunities they a reviewing, but you have to think Gemsbok will be one of them It confirms what's been said here many times, that a potential farmee or buyer will prefer a cheaper deal ahead of the Cormorant spud The commercial terms in Namibia are also an attraction I can't see they are the only oiler on the hunt for high impact assets in Namibia
jimarilo
16/7/2018
12:55
I have posted regarding the presentation Since my reply from GBP's PR company "The author of the presentation is currently on holiday. On his return next week, I will ask him for a copy of the deck so we can upload to the web site. It is quite technical but I hope you enjoy reading it. I’ll let you know when it’s live." I have chased this up since with no success, I guess GBP didn't want it up loaded for some reason
jimarilo
16/7/2018
09:54
Good Morning Jimarilo,When are they going to post the Presentation?Would be nice to have some sort of update on where we are regarding the FarmoutTwo transformational drills happening in Namibia from SeptemberThis should get GBP back on the radars
alexios1201
16/7/2018
09:35
Quarterlies due out next week, would be nice to have a mention of where we are Unless of course we have news before then Certainly steering a tight ship currently
jimarilo
13/7/2018
16:11
Added again this afternoon, get the feeling something is on its way
jimarilo
11/7/2018
08:04
Up over 15% on the ASX with 500K bought, again in two trades back to back
jimarilo
10/7/2018
12:22
Someone is keen, looks like the same buyer, with back to back trades Yesterday looked the same buyer as well, with back to back trades
jimarilo
10/7/2018
10:09
That sounds a lot like "jam tomorrow". Maybe something will happen, maybe it won't. Either way, it is nice work if you can get it.
joestalin
10/7/2018
08:24
ECO, CEO said there will be corporate activity in the coming months in Namibia from Majors and indies. ie.farm out and buy out deals Will happen before the Tullow spud imo Plenty of hot money from BPC to be thrown at these Namibia players when the action starts
jimarilo
09/7/2018
10:02
BPC on another run, M/Cap £70m, making GBP look ridiculously discounted Hopefully our day will come
jimarilo
08/7/2018
09:39
The window of opportunity could not be greater for GBP to off load and with all this excitement, it would be fair to say there could even be a fair amount of competition for Gemsbok. During the interviews posted earlier, Kosmos gets quite a few mentions, but may be related to Africa in general. However they are a frontier and deepwater specialist and could be in the mix. Equally wouldn't be surprised if Soco were not running the slide rule over Gemsbok. Certainly the small free float and the Peters holding 40%, has blocked an opportunistic buyer to take GBP on the cheap, which will have been key in negotiations
jimarilo
08/7/2018
09:11
New policies African Exploration 'Meanwhile, Namibia is pushing reforms under its open licensing system, allowing losses to be carried forward, slashing royalties to 5% and promoting its deep-water area as the conjugate passive margin of the proven and prolific plays of Brazil’s 50 billion-barrel salt basin. Petroleum Commissioner Maggy Shino has been on tour promoting unexplored deep-water shale plays, Lower Cretaceous channel systems and Albian carbonate plays, and promising that newly interpreted data packages will soon be ready, in order to incentivise a return to the interior Etosha and Nama basins.' http://bit.ly/2KNf68e Need to subscribe for the full article
jimarilo
07/7/2018
22:20
245mn bbls is hardly Gemsbok-scale.....
emptyend
07/7/2018
21:42
Encouraging article on focus of the area increasing. GBP not mentioned but not a surprise. Funnily enough I quite like this, I am hoping to wake up one morning with deal done.
yasrub
07/7/2018
19:41
Oil groups eye offshore Namibia Smaller E&P players and majors jostle for acreage in African frontier region Sylvia Pfeifer, Energy Correspondent Visitors to Namibia’s coast have traditionally been drawn by the promise of watching wildlife, walking the shipwreck-strewn beaches or even dune-biking. For international investors the country is known for its uranium deposits and diamonds but not as an oil and gas frontier. All that may be about to change. Interest in Namibia as an oil and gas region has strengthened in recent years, with majors such as France’s Total and ExxonMobil of the US investing in acreage. The country has some of the same geological formations as Brazil, whose pre-salt fields have attracted much investment. So far, only small volumes of hydrocarbons have been produced. However, small-cap investors hope that planned drilling activity over the next few months will provide a boost, particularly to three Aim-quoted exploration and production companies active in the region. Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas Quoted on Aim and the Toronto stock exchange, Eco holds exploration acreage offshore of Guyana and Namibia. It has been active in Namibia for more than eight years and holds licences to four blocks in the Walvis Basin. Gil Holzman, Eco president and chief executive, said a recent industry conference in London attracted an “amazing turnout” and was the result of “several years of a lot of effort to bring Namibia to the forefront of the investor community”. Just eight years ago, he added, more than 75 per cent of Namibia’s offshore acreage was available but all that has changed. There was currently “a lot of competition” for acreage, said Mr Holzman. All the companies active in the Walvis Basin have acquired extensive 3D seismic data and it is expected that drilling will start in the second half of this year. The first well will be drilled by Tullow Oil in September. Success here, said analysts at Hannam & Partners, “would de-risk Eco Atlantic’s prospects and management would look to drill the 245m barrel Osprey prospect, where it has a 37.5 per cent working interest”. Eco Atlantic’s share of the cost of this well would be paid by Tullow Oil, which is also a partner here. Eco shares have risen from 17.5p a year ago to 32p at the close of Friday trading. https://www.ft.com/content/e6f8444e-7fab-11e8-8e67-1e1a0846c475
jimarilo
06/7/2018
22:35
What a waste of plus1 coins just 60 would have done it.
suncanaria
05/7/2018
19:55
Still no reply from Tavistock regarding the E&P Summit presentation, after they said it would be uploaded. As I said before, it was not for our eyes and I don't think ever will be. Lets hope it has done it's job Here is a look at some of the participants at the Summit back in May Impact CEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H69dZR2fikQ Africa Oil Corp CEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2KpegLpxU0 Azinam CEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7m72QgIXGw Maggy Shino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO4mpkk4mGY Honourable Tom Alweendo, Minister of Mines & Energy, Namibia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCcSleY58QY
jimarilo
02/7/2018
09:40
Quarterly report due around 24th July
jimarilo
30/6/2018
08:51
Seems to me the Peters are keeping their heads down deliberately The presentation back in May was directed at industry players, hence never uploaded to the website. I was told by the PR company (20th June) they would up load it once they get hold of it. Wouldn't surprise me if that never happens. The Peters obviously want GBP kept under the radar, as they are not flogging it to the regular punters, like ECO and CHAR have been doing Keeping the M/Cap low makes it look more likely for a buy out If the above is the case, they better hurry up before Namibian interest starts building with the Tullow spud ;-)
jimarilo
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