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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.45 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.83 -9.47 -1.06 17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.45 GBX

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valentine: Good stuff. They raise the share price over a couple of years and then sell off own holding to re-purchase at lower option share price Good for them if they achieve the higher price. Shows confidence and they deserve it for what they have done. Especially so if Baron hits 4p + as RB expects!
cockney sparrow: All good points Valentine. It will be interesting whether we get a decent upgrade on them proucing wells over at Nancy / Burdine. Rosa blanca could be a winner and I hope that we can fund the acquisition with a healthy share price of say 4p. It was great cathing up on all of the AGM posts on here. There was so much renewed enthusiasm for GOO. It seems that we finally have the right man at the top.
nlmbidc: I think we could be in for an exciting few days. I think the new name will be announced as soon as possible, possibly first thing tomorrow. There will be some re-evaluation of our prospects and hopefully some broker notes that indicate an up-to-date price target for the share price Our Chairman believes the share price is well under valued given the carries that we now have, so a broker note or two could get this moving. Hopefully there will be some percentage acquisitions on new wells announced soon as well.. nlmbidc
the guardian: CS, looking at the market recently, good news is wasted. We're in the trading slump of May to September and the MMs are playing their usual games of dropping share prices on little volume. I don't understand why they do it but it happens almost every year. I'm currently 48k down on my GOO investment so I hope that something ultra positive happens soon.
nlmbidc: Had to update at these prices.... Ftse dropping is causing a lowering of the goo share price Nlmbidc
the guardian: Good to see the market reaction and the comments on here today. Most seem to realise that the GOO of today is a completely different animal from the GOO of 2012. We have an excellent spread of high and low risk assets and somewhere along the line, luck will kick in and the current share price will be a distant memory. A quick look on PLUS shows buys exceeding sells by about 1.75 million. There was a late trade on LSE of 1.25 million at 1.5p. It could have been a trade that was being processed all day, in which case, difficult to categorise as a buy or a sell. If genuinely at 16.32, then it was a sell. All in all a good day for Gold Oil. Fitting that Rudolph's comment about a new start should see a new name. I favoured Phoenix Oil as well, but that is not the name that Rudolph has in mind. Interesting that someone mentioned that the low share price could be putting new investors off. I would be happy with a 10:1 consolidation which would put us at 15p. That doesn't appear to be on the agenda at the moment but it would also make the trades more liquid - easier to buy or sell 100k than 1 million. My shares are in a Barclays nominated account, so could someone please post the AGM agenda and resolutions when convenient please. Have a good weekend all.
grahambr: Its a shame that GOO got kicked in the goolies because compared to a couple of years ago it is now an extremely good investment IMHO. Rudolf is confident of the Nancy extension but has wisely discounted it at the moment. Z34 should come good in the end and is carried. Phoenix would be a good name for GOO as it rises from the ashes.
jack shit: 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)
gattaca: At least GOO have now submitted their application for 3D sesimic and drilling to the Peruvian authorities. A massive piece of work which I'm sure didn't come cheap. Still not a word from Vale. My guess is they have done nothing at XXI. Not exactly rushing themselves. As for our Z34 partners, a few words stating their desire if not committment to drill this block and a few upbeat words on what it could mean to them and Gold wouldn't go amiss. GOO haven't come out from under the radar yet. The company is solvent, projects are being upgraded and farmed out. Annoying as it is to see this awful share price, unlike last year there is now no rush, no panic and we have a company moving forward and the future looks very good indeed.
thomas_uk: i think GOO share price will drift now as the news that we were expected, was actually disappointing. have a look at COOL - rerating this week!! check out COOL (continental coal) - excellent RNS today - production up 35%! and waiting for approval of equity investment at premium at 5.5p to be confirmed this week. COOL (15market cap) is much more undervalued than BHR (48m market cap). COOL share price now only 3.2p Awaiting news: RNS of the following will come anytime soon: approval of 5.5p equity investment by VMR - expecting this week De Wittekrans Coal Project - strategic partnership with Indian (possibly Jindal? see below) Botswana Coal Projects - joint ventures VMR increasing their stake to 19.9% note The Company anticipates finalisation of one of the joint venture agreements on its Botswana Coal Projects to be completed in the current quarter. The Company continued with its discussions with a number of Indian based coal and power utility companies and major global commodity trading groups that have expressed interest in the Company's South African thermal coal business and in a potential long-term off-take agreement, strategic partnership and funding and /or joint venture arrangement on the De Wittekrans Coal Project.
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