Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Highlands Natural Resources PLC LSE:HNR London Ordinary Share GB00BWC4X262 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.25p 281,448 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.00p 9.50p 9.25p 9.25p 9.25p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.90 -3.98 -4.15 10.9

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) Latest News

More Highlands Natural Resources News
Highlands Natural Resources Takeover Rumours

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) Share Charts

1 Year Highlands Natural Resources Chart

1 Year Highlands Natural Resources Chart

1 Month Highlands Natural Resources Chart

1 Month Highlands Natural Resources Chart

Intraday Highlands Natural Resources Chart

Intraday Highlands Natural Resources Chart

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) Discussions and Chat

Highlands Natural Resources Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
22/3/201910:15HNR: A stonking obvious short481
22/3/201909:21Highland Natural Resources - Fracking Diversion Tech11,602
16/10/201806:10Highlands Natural Resources Plc (HNR) truly transformational184
25/7/201809:54HNR 10p looms258
10/7/201813:56Condolences! Disgusted by a potential horrible disaster 22

Add a New Thread

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
09:50:189.0031728.53O
09:45:009.003,265293.85O
09:44:459.5020019.00O
09:42:249.1353,8464,913.45O
09:41:469.135,321485.54O
View all Highlands Natural Resources trades in real-time

Highlands Natural Resources (HNR) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
22/3/2019
08:20
Highlands Natural Resources Daily Update: Highlands Natural Resources PLC is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HNR. The last closing price for Highlands Natural Resources was 9.25p.
Highlands Natural Resources PLC has a 4 week average price of 8p and a 12 week average price of 8p.
The 1 year high share price is 26p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8p.
There are currently 118,164,367 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,420,260 shares. The market capitalisation of Highlands Natural Resources PLC is £10,930,203.95.
25/2/2019
20:39
supercity: From last year, the additional six are now operational - up to 24 in total could come online. -- Colorado Shale: having developed a horizontal oil and gas project targeting the East Denver Niobrara shale formation, Highlands retains a 7.5% carried interest in the project, which is fully funded and operated by Highlands' partners. East Denver is currently producing from two wells, with six additional wells drilled and currently being completed and to commence production in December 2018, with the potential for up to 24 wells in total.Add this to the commercialization of the nitrogen project that could come this year and their water project and I feel there could be significant upside to the current share price later in the year if it all pans out.
31/12/2018
08:33
superg1: Fade So are those the spacings then and no interference. Both wells shut in back in August and have yet to be back producing as of the end of November. Both wells based on their figures seems to have a material drop in daily production compared to the previous months and then were shut in. This seems to be around the time other wells were being fracked. There is no indication at all in news by HNR that the wells were shut in. They released news about the falling share price on 20th November and said "Highlands continues to generate revenues from its operations at the East Denver Colorado shale project" No mention that the only producing wells were shut in 2 months prior, so in theory no they weren't producing revenue there at the time of the news. The share price has been falling and not mention of wells being shut in for months
07/12/2018
10:39
jaknife: You guys should let me in on the gang, I could write much more intelligent ramps than the dross that you're presenting. "Highlands will be announcing its Interim Results for the six months ended 30 September 2018 on Thursday 13 December 2018, at which time it will provide further detail on the progress the Company is making with these and its other projects." From: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/highlands-naturalres--hnr-/rns/update-on-operations-and-notice-of-results/201811200700208343H/ So next Thursday we get to see exactly where the company stands. At the finals: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/highlands-naturalres--hnr-/rns/final-results/201807240700095132V/ The company had cash of £600k and tangible net assets of just under £500k. There was also some cash received post balance sheet date for the East Denver projects. But since then they've failed to commercialise anything and Robbie has expensive tastes so he'll have blown plenty of that. At 13.5p the market cap is £16.8m but tangible net assets are probably closer to £3 to £4m. Hence the share price needs to fall 75% to get closer to fair value - about 3.5p a share. JakNife
26/10/2018
09:57
kemche: "we have no idea exactly what is going to drop". Oh come come now. We all know what is going to drop. One only has to look at the graph and know that it's going to be the share price. I look forward to the next convoluted RNS full of hot air and gas. The leader has form.
18/10/2018
12:31
retirementfund: I don't know history of other companies what we have here is worth multiples of current share price
06/7/2018
12:18
soounder: HNR Share Price is example of how much LSE Market is skint these days... If it's because of Brexit?
29/5/2018
09:19
jaknife: substp, HNR currently has 116.5m shares in issue. There are 27.8m warrants outstanding at 5p. If all of those warrants were exercised then that would be materially dilutive for shareholders. Regardless, the share price is probably going down because because the shares are not worth the current share price. JakNife
16/5/2018
16:01
alamaison5: Why the fall? Did you know that: Diversion was issued with its 30 million warrants in May last year following the sale to Highlands of a 75 per cent. interest in the patent applications for its proprietary re-fracking technology, DT Ultravert. Pursuant to that transaction, Diversion was also issued with 1.9 million ordinary shares in Highlands which it continues to hold. The warrants may be exercised at any time up to 29 May 2018. Initially, the Institutional Investor has the right, within the next two days, to acquire 10 million warrants ('Stage 1 Warrants') at a price of 5 pence per warrant, payable to Diversion. In addition, Diversion has granted the Institutional Investor an option to acquire its remaining warrants as follows: 1. Subject to exercising the Stage 1 Warrants within the next four weeks, the Institutional Investor is entitled to acquire a further 10 million warrants ('Stage 2 Warrants') at a price equal to 10 pence per warrant plus 50 per cent. of any amount by which the Highlands share price on the day prior to exercise exceeds 55 pence. For example, if the Highlands share price that day was 65 pence, then the price for the acquisition of the Stage 2 Warrants would be 15 pence per warrant. 2. Subject to exercising the Stage 2 Warrants within the following four weeks, the Institutional Investor is entitled to acquire the final 10 million warrants at a price equal to 10 pence per warrant plus 50 per cent. of any amount by which the Highlands share price on the day prior to exercise exceeds 55 pence.
09/5/2018
12:53
alamaison5: Initially, the Institutional Investor has the right, within the next two days, to acquire 10 million warrants ('Stage 1 Warrants') at a price of 5 pence per warrant, payable to Diversion. In addition, Diversion has granted the Institutional Investor an option to acquire its remaining warrants as follows: 1. Subject to exercising the Stage 1 Warrants within the next four weeks, the Institutional Investor is entitled to acquire a further 10 million warrants ('Stage 2 Warrants') at a price equal to 10 pence per warrant plus 50 per cent. of any amount by which the Highlands share price on the day prior to exercise exceeds 55 pence. For example, if the Highlands share price that day was 65 pence, then the price for the acquisition of the Stage 2 Warrants would be 15 pence per warrant. 2. Subject to exercising the Stage 2 Warrants within the following four weeks, the Institutional Investor is entitled to acquire the final 10 million warrants at a price equal to 10 pence per warrant plus 50 per cent. of any amount by which the Highlands share price on the day prior to exercise exceeds 55 pence.
30/5/2016
15:07
monkeymonkey: he,s bound to get one right now and then cos there tipping every single day, tidys right on this one he missed the boat so all he can do now is put it as a sell, he did the same with ffwd and others, he,s like a dog with a bone, as I said if its not his tip its no good, he had a saying let the trend be your friend, what happened to that saying lol,as for friends I don't think he has many I wonder what the city boys really think of him, theres good info on these threads if you have time to go through it all, that's why I bought into this one, bit rough last week on here but hnr share price came out ok, lets hope for a good june and onwards
Highlands Natural Resources share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
HNR
Highlands ..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20190322 10:15:51