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|Dire almost through 100p|
its the oxman
|Thought energy prices rebounding might help here but nob the case so far. No position thankfully.|
its the oxman
|Oxman, Broker Peel Hunt gives a core net asset value of 363p a share.Covered in IC mag Oct 7-13.dyor,coxsmn|
|Anyone able to explain the value here - or not? Seems well off the radar at present at c 230p, but spiked very high in the past - when energy prices were much higher I guess.|
its the oxman
|Video interview with Randeep Grewal
Green Dragon Gas Ltd’s (LON:GDG) chairman, Randeep Grewal, believes the Coal Bed Methane producer has turned a corner after reporting the first profit in the company’s history.
Speaking to Proactive, Grewal says that Green Dragon is “clearly turning from the investment cycle onto the profit cycle, so [the company] has turned a corner in terms of…profitability”.
He also expects this profit will be sustained over the coming years, stating that “this is the beginning of…long cycles of profitability and we look forward to that”.|
|The March oil stock challenge is on! Deadline for entries is midnight on Monday 29 Feb 2016. Good luck!!!
I think 16 bcf = 16000000 mcf
@$10/mcf the rev should be $160000000.|
|so if they do 16bncf this year and sell at $10mcf
revenue is $160,000
is that really correct or have i missed some 0's|
|I agree scantrader - I'm watching this once closely and expecting a bit moreof a drop in price.News not far off - will it live up to the hype.....!!!|
|To be fair to her I do think she'd have made time to read what they'd written for her before publication. She might have even added a sentence or two.|
|PR did a good job. Joanne didn't bother to look at the balance sheet.|
|Placing on the way imo - pretty obvious. The Press obligingly playing their part with the promo.|
|Nice rise this morning.Likely to be based on the media over the weekend putting this share in a good light!Plenty of reasons to be excited but in expecting a small pull back over the next few days then it's a buy for me!Anyone any other thoughts and as always DYOR!|
|The monthly oil stock competition for January 2016 as well as the 2016 annual oil competition are now open for entries. Deadline for entries for both competitions is midnight on Sunday, 3 January 2016. All the best in 2016!!!
|Video interview with CEO Grewal
Randeep Grewal, chief executive of Green Dragon Gas (LON:GDG) says China’s decision to devalue its currency has had little effect on the company.
“We’re a domestic producer, we get paid domestically and we consume domestically, so we are very well sheltered.”
Meanwhile, Grewal says Green Dragon is benefiting from China’s regional gas market, which is currently experiencing strong pricing and demand while the firm's drilling programme is on track.|
|Green Dragon Gas video mention
Sam Wahab, oil analyst at broker Cantor Fitzgerald, talks about the prospects for the oil industry in 2015, including the potential for more consolidation in the sector.
He also names some small and mid cap favourites such as Green Dragon Gas (LON:GDG), Wentworth Resources (LON:WRL) and Fastnet Oil & Gas (LON:FAST).|
|Video interview with chairman Grewal
The fall in the oil price has no impact on Green Dragon Gas (LON:GDG). That's according to founder and chairman Randeep Grewal, who also talks about how the recent move from AIM to the main market has helped the Chinese gas group.|
Interview with Green Dragon Gas chairman Randeep Grewal
|acliff, they missed a lot out that would've changed their minds and made it a buy in my view
|apparently there was a sell article in the telegraph on sunday
did anyone see it?
chart looks miserable|
|WATCH: Randeep Grewal, Chairman & CEO, Green Dragon Gas (GDG) - Company update
Click the link to watch
|why are you sniffing about here then, something must interest you! I wonder what! haha|
|Good luck with that, but don't forget it's Chinese, trust nothing and no-one, lol.|
|£10 by year end. short this at your peril.|
|Down the slippery slope we go, back to £3.00 next week ?|