Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Petroleum Limited LSE:GBP London Ordinary Share AU000000GBP6 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.455 3,747,424 08:00:00
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0.45 0.46 0.455 0.455 0.455
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.23 -0.61 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:06 O 10,000,000 0.44 GBX

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Global Petroleum Daily Update: Global Petroleum Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GBP. The last closing price for Global Petroleum was 0.46p.
Global Petroleum Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.43p and a 12 week average price of 0.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.93p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.43p.
There are currently 611,541,816 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,836,526 shares. The market capitalisation of Global Petroleum Limited is £2,782,515.26.
squibno1: the writing seemed to be on the wall when Stellar were dispatched after not being successful in finding GBP a funding partner. Dilution to oblivion appears to the future scenario.
paddyfool: shares in the placing are not tradable until 5th may, so whoever the seller was they weren't selling placing shares. To your point if you really want you can buy lots of shares at just over the placing price.
emptyend: I didn't mean YOUR enthusiasm, Rayrac, I meant the market's enthusiasm. Irrespective of the potential (which I agree might be substantial) the market is getting miles ahead of itself given that Recon have so far got virtually no data. And, as data comes in, the non-indigenous army of environment lobbyists and hangers-on will pile the pressure on. There may be no gorillas "in danger" or rainforest "at risk" but you can be certain they will find some pretext to raise money from the wokerati to kill the project, as they have done to stop developments in other African countries.There are, of course, a range of places and companies with exploration potential - and certainly Eco is one (whether in Guyana or elsewhere). The encouraging thing for everyone is that Recon has shown that Namibia can attract investment for oil exploration and that there is some geological evidence to support that..........and that, relatively speaking, GBP has currently got much more data per dollar of market value than Recon - and a better chance of getting oil into production by 2030.....even if it doesn't have as many dogs in that fight as Eco does.
emptyend: Come back in 5 years time - if they have found flowing oil in commercial quantities. The Recon share price is way ahead of the facts.I don't claim anything for the offshore, save that there is probably oil there too - and it will be vastly easier to find and develop than Recon will discover onshore.
emptyend: So......Recon is now up by over 120% over the last two days - valuing the company (a pure onshore Namibia play, remember) at over 1 billion Canadian Dollars (CAD 7.68 per share as I write)Let me say that again slowly......a company which has yet to find more than traces of oil onshore in Namibia is now valued by the market at over CAD 1 billion.I would (based on some knowledge of exploration of a virgin onshore basin elsewhere in Africa) argue that this valuation is nuts (at least by comparison with GBP). Contrast this situation with what happened on the other side of the continent, where the offshore basins in Mozambique and Tanzania were unlocked by modern 3D seismic and c.120 trillion cubic feet of gas was discovered, whilst onshore operators in similarly promising basins continue to struggle to unlock their secrets. This is NOT because the onshore basins in Moz/Tanz are dry. Far from it. It is because shooting top-quality 3D offshore is vastly easier and much cheaper than shooting 3D onshore. ......and then there are also the political differences, because the environmental lobbyists and political exposure from operating onshore are a much greater problem than operating offshore.Recon is, IMO, significant overvalued and the offshore blocks operated by the likes of GBP are significantly undervalued, IMO...... to the tune of at least 100% in both cases.
emptyend: Yup....I was mildly intrigued when I saw the Recon announcement....."mildly" because I wasn't surprised at the "tight hole" nature of it, especially in view of the growing political pressure onshore. I hadn't noticed the hirings, which are a straw in the wind.....but not much more. With this first programme, it is DATA they need....from which they can recalibrate their seismic-based models.Onshore this is a genuinely iterative process, with frequent surprises (both positive and negative).On balance, it is probably mildly encouraging (as the upward move of 10% or so in Recon's share price suggests). I'd be happy if they ultimately conclude the oil all migrated offshore ;-)
gordan ghetto: ANA is the best UK cannabis stock Share price 1.1p Only £6.4m mkt cap Fastest growing sector worldwide Will have first mover advantage in UK Same growers as GW Pharma 4 biggest shareholders hold over 50% BOD own 30% Massively undervalued (£6.4m mkt cap) Near term multi bagger on license approval Partners with leading prof , scientists etc Primed for a RTO/ main listing (price driver) Under the radar (most chased MXC,CBX) Looking to bring a product to market Off take agreement in place already Will be producing 200 TONS per year (200,000 kilos) Has the most land out of every cannabis co Fully funded for phase 1 UK medical cannabis growing 20% month Only 584m shares in issue Hardly any available in open market Will apply for a commercial license too Worth getting in on the ground floor imho. hTTps:// hTTps://
gordan ghetto: The best cannabis stock in the UK Will be producing 200 TONS which is worth £400m. Current mkt cap £6.4m 50# of shares not in open market BOD own 30% Have GW Pharmas growers (GW just got sold for £7b) ANA has the most land (30-50 hectares) out of all the cannabis stocks They will be no 1 in the UK just like Canopy Growth is in USA Current share price 1.08p hTTps:// hTTps:// I would take a position if I was you as it’s the fastest growing sector in the world
alexios1201: Yes some brokers and mm's buy them at the agreed price to cover the shorts.But normally you forward sell them when the share price is above the exercise price and holder is happy with the profit
investoroilandgas: I agree with that, GBP needs others to do the "heavy lifting" and drill wells in offshore Namibia. The GBP share price in September 2018 spiked (4.05p)when Pancontinental was drilling. Hopefully we do not have too long to wait before a Major starts drilling.
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