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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.45p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.8 -9.5 -1.1 - 16.96

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30/5/2013
15:08
With all this demand they are going to have to let it go !!
mikestamp
30/5/2013
13:24
Added more aboutA month ago at under 1.50. Would do same again at 1.50. Must qualify as the most disappointing oil exploration junior on the market. But I have great faith in z34.
stephanie_m
30/5/2013
11:17
The June oil stock competition is now on.....deadline for entries is midnight on Sunday 2 June. Good luck! fb http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=29837354
flyingbull
30/5/2013
11:16
nlmbidc No I am referring to monthly production updates, that are collated to give the national output. Each well is on the list and the production. It wouldn't hurt GOO to update there site monthly and give us these figures and any other interesting stuff, it would cost them nothing.
grahambr
30/5/2013
11:06
The guardian - happy birthday. Grahambr Go to the gold oil website and select Target areas of interest - columbia. There is a document in there. Tells you about volumes, royalties etc. Nlmbidc
nlmbidc
30/5/2013
10:28
Happy Birthday Albert!!!
pembury
30/5/2013
10:17
HELP can anyone remember the oil output statistics data that someone put out here (maybe you !) . It showed the monthly output for each well in Columbia. This would give us an idea of production (as no-one else is going to tell us) I think it was something to do with government. I have searched high and low but cant find it. Thanks to anyone who has any idea about this.
grahambr
30/5/2013
09:38
Thanks mr sheeet
oildon11
30/5/2013
09:38
Tg could you lend me a few bob and i would glady participate :) happy bday
oildon11
30/5/2013
09:33
In celebration of my birthday, could some of you buy some shares please. Thank you.
the guardian
30/5/2013
09:16
You can phone RB on 0203 4275089 or email info@goldoilplc.com FAO RB
jack shit
30/5/2013
09:12
No one is holding this down, just look at the dire volume, no one is interested.
mikestamp
30/5/2013
09:11
Has any one got rb's email address?
oildon11
30/5/2013
06:55
So who is holding it down, the MMs or he who shall not be mentioned? I think it's the result of the roller coaster trading pattern that we've got into. Too many people selling at 2p and buying at 1.5p. Having said that, the MMs do seem to set prices on all shares at which they will try to return. Being SETSmm doesn't make any difference, they still manage to manipulate prices.
the guardian
30/5/2013
06:47
compared to sector peers gold oil isn't being valued on a par. i can think of one company amongst many that has loads of debt it can't service,no cash, no production, no farmout deal after missing closing deadline with no deal but still valued more than goo. goo have no debt (or can service it if it remains?), cash, decent production for it's size, recently signed a major farmout deal for it's key asset, carried for both onshore and offshore asset development in Peru. ?
pembury
29/5/2013
22:17
Jack, Neither of your scenarios work. Last year we had tremendous hype about a massive deal with a major oil co. 20Million dollars cash and retaining around 50% was mooted. The reality as we now know is that there was no queue of genuine suitors and in the final analysis the deal we got was much lower, but still good for the organic growth that our new CEO has put in place. The price immediately before suspension was driven down because of the directorship challenges. You need to forget both scenarios and concentrate on the here and now. If I remember correctly we have; 1) reduced running costs of the company by 60% 2) Increased income from NBM by 72.4% 3) Reduced our forward liabilities with the Z34 farm-out. 4) RB in the last RNS suggested he was concentrating on aggressive growth in the Americas. I wonder what is happening with Azar and Rosa Blanca? Let's hope there is an update on this soon, along with an update on all of our interests for which the new board will have now been able to review in detail. The year end results should not be far away. GLA - nlmbidc
nlmbidc
29/5/2013
20:04
yep, closed at 6.5p on 04 May 12. There were only 892m shares in issue giving a mkt cap of £58m on that date. There are now 1,169,513,025 shares in issue at 1.65p giving a mkt cap of £19.3m. So to get to the same mkt cap as before GOO needs to reach 4.96p. Looked at another way, GOO should be 4.96p just to get back to May 12 mkt cap, then add in all the progress. On the flip side, GOO were also just 3.25p before the suspension giving a mkt cap of £29m. Today, the mkt cap is £19.3m. So the share price should be 2.5p to reach the same mkt cap of £29m as immediately prior to suspension, then add in all the progress. Take your pick :0)
jack shit
29/5/2013
19:58
And severely reduced running costs
oildon11
29/5/2013
19:48
I guess our new brokers are too busy with all the other seymore stuff they took on to give us a mention. Must all be revealed on results day I guess. GOO was at 6P plus with no Z34 deal. with no increase in Nancy production and no money in the bank. I am taking that as a reasonable landmark for the starting gates after GOO results and broker notes. IMHO that would about right for now.
grahambr
29/5/2013
19:42
Have a good one charlie.
the guardian
29/5/2013
19:21
off to Tanzania tomorrow, I suspect the share price will be stuck in the zone for the duration of my hol, oh well. now where is my elephant gun. 81.
charlie81
29/5/2013
16:44
Mike Stamp - would politely suggest then if you can afford so much it would have been much more profitable and make more sense for you to invest in another share! Why bother or do you just like to lose money?? Suggest if you bought after suspension and sold today you would lose money - so a good time to sell is it??
randaman
29/5/2013
14:09
Good for you.
mikestamp
29/5/2013
10:16
MS, I took you off filter this morning after about two years. I see that you haven't changed, so back you go.
the guardian
29/5/2013
10:12
Well then, you should know better. Just as easy for this to fall or do nothing, as it is to 'rocket' as some have mentioned. My position has not changed Oildon, I have held these and added a few more when they returned from suspension, but I can afford to take a gamble here and maybe lose the lot. As for Lloyds, there has been plenty of good trading there, the days of buying and holding long term are over in my opinion. Sold my last lot at 55p
mikestamp
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