Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gold Oil LSE:GOO London Ordinary Share GB00B01QGH57 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.8 -9.5 -1.1 - 17

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24/5/2013
11:53
A buy @ 1.68p 150k..Hurray!
valentine
24/5/2013
11:15
I have plenty of free funds, but what do you do with it ? I have my cash in Tesco bank and just got a letter today announcing an interest rate cut from 1.5% current to 1% from August !! They will be paying nothing soon. Markets are looking for a pull back, QE coming to an end, China slowing, so probably look out for a few good trading deals.
mikestamp
24/5/2013
10:51
wish i could val - no free funds !
pennstreet
24/5/2013
10:50
Few bought on PLUS
grahambr
24/5/2013
10:48
Go on then! Zero trades today, so far! I am fully paid up on mine and broker won't let me have anymore!
valentine
24/5/2013
10:44
Well you have to pay 1.72p to get 500k ?
pennstreet
24/5/2013
07:40
I think last years were around the 10th June, but have to be out before the 30th of June if memory serves me well.
grahambr
24/5/2013
07:26
Any idea when the figures will emerge..next week?
valentine
24/5/2013
07:23
Oildon No one knows how much it is worth , but certainly many times more than $6 million dollars. Your rumor of an offer if true would look good on Todays share price but I would think far too low. 5P might get people interested, and that would leave most shreholders out of pocket. It will be good to get the results , nbm figures and new brokers notes, then we will know where we stand.
grahambr
23/5/2013
22:22
No one said that they said around $200m if the deal pans out seismic /two wells, which if the area opens up would be fair for 80%. Karoon's deal will be a blinder no doubt.
pembury
23/5/2013
21:25
Ive heard a little rumour news mon and oil production up by 150bopd at nbm wich is amazing also a tuned down offer of 3.7p per share for goo source is quite reliable but who knows!! By the way can every one stop sayin this deal is worth $300 mill to goo because simple maths proves it isnt.
oildon11
23/5/2013
14:20
Hear hear MikeStamp !
pennstreet
23/5/2013
14:11
Crikey, it was only a few months back that we were looking at going bust ! The company was knackered, and most had written off their stock (well, i had) Now they have some cash, good prospects at n&b, and 'potentially'good money from z34. Give the man a chance.
mikestamp
23/5/2013
13:36
JS, you like the media have been reporting that the 'TOTAL' value of the farmout is just $6m in cash. You or they make no indication of the value of the three phase carry which is where the main part of the deal is!. If the area comes good then for 80% you would think seismic and two wells would be a fair carry deal, as HM said this would value the deal at around $200m. Whether UOG farmout so they are carried also for less equity is up to them, however they have already said they have 'significant resources' available to them so could fund the project themselves through all three phases.
pembury
23/5/2013
12:39
You too Jack.
hugomaracuya
23/5/2013
12:35
off out now at last. good luck here and have a good weekend.
jack shit
23/5/2013
12:34
I think we all would have liked to have seen the cash figure a lot higher, but whatever we paid in expenditure to date couldn't be "bent", and that is the traditional way the farmouts work. The price to farm in is the amount of work they will commit to, and the cash element is a share of back costs. In this case, the price is actually flexible, depending on the option to go straight to a drill, or whether to do some more seismic first. But whatever happens, there will be at least 1 drill involved, possibly more, under the terms of the licence. Offshore drills are not cheap, as you know, and these may yet be in bloody deep water. (an arm and a leg type costs, which only a company with access to funding -such as Union - can both afford, and guarantee).
hugomaracuya
23/5/2013
12:32
I for one was not expecting to retain 70% of Z34. The $6m is ours whether Union continue through to the end or not. It may not sound the best of deals but it keeps the licence alive and is obviously the best that we could get. Don't be misled by the stories of companies sitting around the table last year. It didn't happen.
the guardian
23/5/2013
12:31
Do you work in Finsgate House, Jack? You seem to post rather a lot on companies registered there.
valentine
23/5/2013
12:28
HugoMaracuya 23 May'13 - 13:23 - 7116 of 7116 0 0 'Fraid you got that wrong, JS. We gave 70% to Vale, keeping 30%, and receiving $2m in back-costs Yep, you are correct. I was working from memory and got the 70/30 the wrong way around. Still doesn't alter the fact that seling 80% of a potential $2.6 billion asset for just $6m (even including costs) is still a very bad deal,hence the weak share price since the news.
jack shit
23/5/2013
12:25
The same can be said of the Z34 deal. They will carry us through the whole of the last 3 exploration phases of the contract, thereby relieving us of any expenditure whatsoever. This work may total some $200million, again, depending on what they find. The $6m cash was not payment for the farmout. It was a token to represent their share of the costs that we had already paid on the work to date.
hugomaracuya
23/5/2013
12:23
'Fraid you got that wrong, JS. We gave 70% to Vale, keeping 30%, and receiving $2m in back-costs. Vale will carry us for $10m (I think) on exploration, which will hopefully take us through to a discovery, and possibly even production, depending on what they find.
hugomaracuya
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