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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jersey Oil And Gas Plc LSE:JOG London Ordinary Share GB00BYN5YK77 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -2.58% 113.50 110.00 117.00 116.50 111.00 116.50 60,822 11:52:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.1 -9.5 - 23

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2021
19:25
Maybe a share split would encourage many more investors. Say 5 for 1. think of the relative benefit to existing holders? Worth thinking about. Could draw in more gamblers
kakapo1
22/1/2021
17:37
No placing required yet it still has £5 million at the bank . Wouldn't know if the company is doing the right things there's never any news from one week to the next hence 110P per share and falling .
catswhiskas
22/1/2021
16:34
But the price is 110p..............and if the company does require funds then look for a 33.3% discount = 75p per share. Sorry but is the company doing the right things?
anley
22/1/2021
11:18
I luckily reduced my holding at 134 and have a small holding left 4K not worth bothering selling . Reading between the lines there's another seller who according to the pied piper is going to regret it rather soon i think I know who it is so these are probably going to fall to 70P to clear him out should there be no news .
catswhiskas
22/1/2021
11:07
Why don't you invest in something else then?
36redhill
22/1/2021
09:55
patience is a virtue...
hcminpastry
21/1/2021
18:14
This is turning into a right dead duck never any news no buyers sellers and share price red every day .Its about time we had an operational up date here what are the directors doing to earn their huge salaries apart from not a lot .This is turning into a suckers stock.
catswhiskas
19/1/2021
12:54
Hi Kaka: See OPEC's (and they know more than most) forecast oil demand: https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/oil/100820-opec-projects-global-oil-demand-to-peak-around-2040-as-pandemic-lowers-growth OK what do OPEC know lets try the IEA: https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/metals/101320-global-oil-demand-set-to-plateau-not-decline-by-2040-iea Both show oil demand about 10% higher than 2019 in 2040. From the video on this page the GREEN JOG project starts in 2025 and has a projected 20 year lifespan. Malchy reminds us from time to time that the shortfall in oil upstream investment since 2014 is going to come back at us when supplies are low: https://www.iea.org/reports/world-energy-investment-2020/fuel-supply Haven't even mention what Biden, tomorrow's US President, might do to shale production but Oklahoma earthquakes dont exactly sound environmentally friendly. https://www.earthworks.org/issues/fracking_earthquakes/ Hope that helps and helps you with your oil investments. Just a bit too early to start shorting oilers is my point. My friend oil Companies do not go to a high street bank for funding and I would be surprised indeed if the JOG project cost comes to anything like £1b upfront although the project could likely afford that. MY guess is £350m for the jacket production facility (see JOG video at top of this page) on Buchan expanding out as satallites come in. Let us not second guess the top quality engineering companies engaged in the project. We will soon know when the field dev plan comes out shortly. The funds will come from a farm out of Buchan and I do hope they avoid farming out to someone with no money like RKH did with Premier. I, like you, have a thought that Equinor have not gone permanently. Anyone who wants a headstart on electrication of thier rigs in the N Sea might well sit up now and have a look. They all need to become carbon neutral (refers to extraction only). Dont forget Apache who took a nearby license in the last OGA round and are fairly big in the N Sea. In truth it could be anyone. The "GREEN" thing seemed a nicety when first mentioned but is fast becoming crucial.
mariopeter
19/1/2021
10:12
Where will the touted $1billion coming from? AB seems reluctant to discuss. Stating there is oodles of money sloshing around but dismisses the huge funds necessary to re-build economies. It is already recognised a saturation point for carbon capture schemes is rapidly approaching. Equinor are equiping for the future with developing Hydrogen production. Hydrogen is part of future energy needs. It is now a much more stable and controlable Gas than it was years ago, and relatively cheap to produce particularly being a self sustaining element. Oil is rapidly becoming similar to steam, which died in the 40's and 50's and only seen now in museums and heritage Railways etc. The NS has been important to the UK and continues to be so on a diminishing level given the relentless growth of renewables including the projected use of Hydrogen as a fuel stock. The move away from fossile fuels places many fields within the NS under scrutiny on a risk/reward basis.
kakapo1
19/1/2021
09:06
It may surprise you to know that I would expect "green" attribution to the project. The world is still very heavily dependant on oil and the UK on the NSea. HSBC ? Why is that relevant?
mariopeter
19/1/2021
09:00
Mario whether you or I like it facts are facts and to dismiss the actions of Fund Managers, led by Amundi and Man Group, as an irrelevance is foolhardy at the least. It should be a warning sign to all invested in under-funded Fossile fuel explorers/producers. He who pays the Piper calls the Tune. If, as likely, the Resolution is passed at the April AGM, HSBC will enact stringent controls on lending to any business involved with Fossile Fuels. THat is the logic of the outcome whether we like it or not. Equinor may have out manouvred JOG, do'nt be surprised to see them re-joining the Party on their Terms. Good luck with Trading.
kakapo1
18/1/2021
13:55
The Golden cross has not gone anywhere. You will note that the RSI (lower chart) is not 70 like the last time though which generally indicates in the very short short term the share is overbought. Medium term this is a goer ( we dont need charts to tell us that but is very good to see the chart confirm it). If you can't fund sure oil in the North Sea beside infrastructure with vast sums of money slushing around you would have to be a total spoon. JOG are not that spoon. Agreed clever people at Equinor but clever at JOG too. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mariopeter
18/1/2021
10:03
Equinor the former partner of JOG have recently announced development of a Carbon capture and Hydrogen production plant on Humberside. This plant will be the biggest in the World and conforms with the quid pro quo undertaking the Minister has stated. Having had such a forward-thinking partner, have JOG shot themself in the foot or Equinor shot them in the head? The numbers involved to develop GBA are enormous for a NS minnow. Funds, who control £2.4trillion have presented a resolution to HSBC to reduce it's exposure to fossil fuels in accord with the Paris Agreement. Funding is not going to be easy for explorers/producers.
kakapo1
17/1/2021
23:22
leewain L🙈L ! You haven't got a clue mate .
catswhiskas
17/1/2021
23:12
Exactly why JOG has done what it's done.
36redhill
17/1/2021
22:06
See post on 08/11 at 0807. Lets face it. The landscape is changing rapidly. The govt is pushing for green energy. NS producers will get battered.
leewain
17/1/2021
20:49
Interesting read today's Telegraph!No 'net zero' pledge, no right to drill for N Sea explorersRachel MillardOIL and gas producers who refuse to commit to reducing their carbon emissions to "net zero" will be excluded from North Sea drilling licences, the new Business Secretary has signalled.Kwasi Kwarteng said a quid pro quo with the sector meant it would only get government support if it took "decarbonisation very seriously indeed".Oil and gas producers in the UK have been under growing pressure to cut their methane and carbon dioxide emissions, which accounted for 4pc of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions in 2018.The Government wants to slash emissions to net zero by 2050 and said in last month's energy White Paper that North Sea licensing needed to be "compatible with our climate change ambitions".Mr Kwarteng's comments, made ­during a government review into North Sea licensing, are the starkest indication yet of action likely to be taken against the sector towards that goal.Speaking to the Westminster Energy Forum before his promotion this month from energy minister, Mr Kwarteng was asked whether he saw "licensing for new exploration and production to be contingent upon [net] zero commitments by operators".He replied: "Absolutely. All the conversations I've had with Energy UK and the Oil and Gas Authority, I talk about quid pro quo; something for something. That quid pro quo means that government support is only going to be there if they take decarbonisation very seriously indeed."The sector generally recognises it needs to reduce emissions. Oil and Gas UK, the trade body, has agreed a goal for the basin to reach net zero by 2050.But running oil and gas rigs on renewable energy can be complex, while flaring is still regularly used. Producers are also reeling from the impact of the pandemic, which has slashed oil demand, as well as grappling with wider questions over their future as the UK and other countries try to cut their reliance on fossil fuels.The Government is working with the sector on a "transition deal" to help it develop hydrogen, carbon capture and cut its greenhouse gases. A Business Department spokesman said: "The Business Secretary rightly set out how our review into the future of the oil and gas licensing regime seeks to ensure it remains compatible with our target to reach net zero emissions by 2050."We will agree a transformational North Sea transition deal with industry to create jobs, retain skills and deliver new business and trade opportunities to support the sector's transition to a lower carbon future."
36redhill
15/1/2021
20:14
Exceptionally low trading volumes recently and a lack of buying interest and as this is quite a volatile stock it sometimes therefore provides an opportunity for small time traders and shorters to trade, but this is just a temporary halt in the upward trend. Positive news flow on the way and the upward trend will resume again swiftly on improving fundamentals.
enormouswillie
15/1/2021
18:20
What happened a golden cross and then 3 days later -9.5 on 7 trades not all sells either .
catswhiskas
15/1/2021
11:20
Oh dear catchingmice. You've got this a bit wrong.
leewain
14/1/2021
20:28
Saudi gift of an extra 1 mmbopd cut doing the trick on the oil price. They really do still control it.
mariopeter
12/1/2021
08:29
Love the golden cross now that occurred earlier this month on the 50 and 200 moving averages. Not seen this with such clarity on JOG before. Very bullish. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mariopeter
11/1/2021
11:08
About bloody time it's pushed through the 2nd resistance @ 138 hoping now for a move higher and then i see us beaching the 155 levelMore interest now with the Concept select phase drawing nearer so pi's taking their positions
catchingmice
10/1/2021
17:01
https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2021-01-07/oil-market-gears-up-for-9-billion-index-buying-spree?__twitter_impression=true
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