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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Iog Plc LSE:IOG London Ordinary Share GB00BF49WF64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.25 26.50 28.00 27.25 27.25 27.25 607,448 07:37:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -19.3 -4.0 - 133

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17/9/2021
07:50
Fossil fuel firms sue governments across the world for £13bn as climate policies threaten profits Five energy companies, including British companies Rockhopper and Ascent, are using a legal process that allows commercial entities to sue governments under international laws governing trade agreements and treaties. These corporate arbitration courts operate outside of a country's domestic legal system. https://uk.news.yahoo.com/fossil-fuel-companies-suing-governments-140400191.html Video: The truth about global warming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA5sGtj7QKQ VIDEO: A Dearth of Carbon Dr. Patrick Moore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjlmFr4FMvI
johnwise
16/9/2021
10:32
This seems to be my lucky share lol. Normally I'm useless at trading but IOG always seems to play ball. Now they just need to get that first gas flowing without any hiccups! Not quite sure why GazProm are going to be buying gas from IOG unless they fixed the price in anticipation of pushing it higher.
bountyhunter
16/9/2021
10:16
Maybe just maybe some news in line with previous mgt indications on it's way? There is a first time, lol. EDIT - spoke too soon!
dunderheed
15/9/2021
14:17
added with first gas due soon, not moved up much from just over 22p in May/June given the huge hike in gas prices
bountyhunter
09/9/2021
20:57
Could we see energy rationing this winter as a result of the Russians squeeze on our imported gas supplies? I must admit this is the first I have heard of this possibility... Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/09/05/energy-rationing-feared-russias-gas-squeeze-exposes-uks-perilously/
bountyhunter
07/9/2021
09:00
IOG, beginning to see some upward traction, with plenty to go for. f
fillipe
06/9/2021
16:14
thing is he needs IOG as operator, at least for now, but post startup who knows what may happen
bountyhunter
06/9/2021
15:38
I wonder what price WB will pay?
billybunter1970
06/9/2021
13:37
Thanks bertie, clickable... Https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/iog-blythe-and-saturn-banks-ready-to-go-stellar/ "Net Zero UK gas and infrastructure operator", that should tick a few boxes finnCap target 47p :)
bountyhunter
06/9/2021
13:32
hxxps://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/iog-blythe-and-saturn-banks-ready-to-go-stellar/
bertiebloggs
06/9/2021
09:22
going up, about time!
bountyhunter
03/9/2021
17:00
Indeed but there is a 29% seller in the market and a buyer called Warren Buffett who does not overpay. On top of this you have Lombard Odier with 25% and many greedy shareholders so just what is going to be the opening BID once gas flows and the cash is used to reduce debt from the Euro loan?
anley
27/8/2021
20:17
The possibility of a delay is probably what is holding this back given the elevated gas price, although neither the chequered past (I know Log wasn't really the management's fault) or generous share option awards help either with the management having yet to prove themselves. If they can deliver on time and the gas price stays high I can see this rising to 30p on or soon after first gas and maybe 45p on second gas :)
bountyhunter
27/8/2021
20:08
Yes agreed. There might be operational delays. But IIRC the last broker valuation of 45p was before the gas price trebled?(All from memory, not checked the numbers above but you get the gist!)
edgar222
27/8/2021
20:02
I think we all know that :) ...but he left out "assuming first gas on time"
bountyhunter
27/8/2021
20:00
"IOG is in very good nick and is moving towards first gas with everything going well operationally. If all carries on with the gas price then revenues will be well in excess of forecasts and the IOG share price should rise significantly."Malcy. Today.
edgar222
27/8/2021
13:55
Yes, probably eyeing a few yacht brokers sites as we speak.
bbluesky
27/8/2021
13:16
Tucked up in bed praying for a takeover to crystallize all those share options? The market is probably waiting for first gas before revaluing IOG in line with the higher gas prices.
bountyhunter
27/8/2021
11:54
Just a reminder............. London Oil & Gas own 29% and Lombard Odier have 25% and both have a need to sell for good reasons. There is Euro 100m Bond to be repaid in the next few years so as gas flows there will be a debate as to how this is done. Peel Hunt have made a 40p call which is rich in my view but shareholders will have to wait for dear old Warren to make a cash bid for everything.......but the directors are now tucked up in bed with as many options as they can vote themselves. Roll on Q4....
anley
27/8/2021
11:43
Peel Hunt: IOG at a ‘very exciting’ stage Peel Hunt says IOG (IOG), formerly known as Independent Oil & Gas, is in a ‘very exciting’ development phase that sees it growing its gas production business as prices are increasing. Analyst Werner Riding reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and 40p target price on the stock, which were flat at 21p yesterday. ‘Independent is in a very exciting phase of its development, which in the short term will see it transition to becoming a material gas production business at a time of very significant gas price strength,’ he said. Riding said the interims highlighted the ‘level of activity that has taken place year-to-date with respect to the development of its core project’ as it hit key milestones. First half cash came in at £59m and overall net debt was £32.2m, ‘a level of liquidity thought to be sufficient to enable timely delivery of first gas during the fourth quarter 2021’.
t0pgrader
26/8/2021
07:21
Really good to see the "management" are increasing all their "estimates" of reserves prior to drilling. They've done so so well at crystallising these "increases" into 2p reserves to date haven't they? Well done team, award yourselves some more ltip options.
dunderheed
25/8/2021
20:40
Some negativity I would guess but short lived as natural gas is going to be around for many years to come!
jdk14
25/8/2021
08:51
What effect do IOG holders think COP26 will have on the the prospects of the share price ?
billybunter1970
18/8/2021
13:26
29/7/21: "Forward pricing for the six-month Winter 2021 gas period closed yesterday at over 101 pence per therm - 96% ahead of our central planning case for that period. Forward pricing for Summer 2022 closed yesterday at over 59 pence per therm, 49% ahead of our central planning case for that period." Prices are even higher than that now by 20% for Winter 2021 @121p/th and 27% for Summer 2022 @75p/th but the IOG price appears to have been in near hibernation! Either IOG is significantly undervalued or the market needs to see first gas delivered before reacting?
bountyhunter
18/8/2021
13:25
By which time IOG should be producing.. 3 Aug 21: "We have a very clear collective focus on ensuring safe and efficient performance leading successfully to First Gas in Q4 2021 from the Blythe Hub before continuing into 2022 at Southwark."
bountyhunter
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