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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 81.50 5,662 08:00:00
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80.00 83.00 81.50 81.50 81.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -2.07 -9.46 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:18:05 O 5,000 81.75 GBX

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Jersey Oil And Gas Daily Update: Jersey Oil And Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JOG. The last closing price for Jersey Oil And Gas was 81.50p.
Jersey Oil And Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 81.50p and a 12 week average price of 81.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 195p while the 1 year low share price is currently 47.50p.
There are currently 19,950,786 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 54,498 shares. The market capitalisation of Jersey Oil And Gas Plc is £16,259,890.59.
highlyunlikely: Why not ask the Company (JOG)what the true position is? I did and was advised L&G had made internal switches in their holdings and their disclosures to JOG resulted in the 10 Sept RNS. I was advised that L&G's overall holding in JOG remains as before at 4.55%. I'm simply reporting what I was told by JOG. Why would they publish something that was inaccurate? The share registrars will have provided JOG with the info that's currently shown on JOG's website: hxxps://
master rsi: from Proactive Jersey Oil & Gas tipped to reward investors as Buchan advances “We believe that the backdrop for Jersey is extremely positive," said analyst Brendan Long. Jersey Oil and Gas PLC - Jersey Oil & Gas tipped to reward investors as Buchan advances Investors in Jersey Oil & Gas PLC (LON:JOG) will be rewarded as the Buchan project advances, that’s the view of stockbroker WH Ireland. As Jersey this morning released a new corporate video, providing detail and insight to the plans for Buchan, the stockbroker repeated a 268p per share valuation for Jersey suggesting substantial upside to the current share price of 86.5p. “We believe that the backdrop for Jersey is extremely positive from a commodity price perspective and concept, given the company is developing a high-quality, large-scale resource in the UK North Sea,” said analyst Brendan Long. “The technical work undertaken by the company and communicated to the market today, via a technical presentation and video, stands to further de-risk the project.” Long added: “All-in, despite the market under-appreciating the progress being made by Jersey, the company continues to progress the Greater Buchan Area exactly as we would like to see and we believe rewards for shareholders are forthcoming.” Releasing the video entitled ‘The Buchan Oil Field - A New Beginning’, Jersey chief executive Andrew Benitz said: "We are very pleased to share our vision for the potential future production of the iconic Buchan oil field, the core part of our development plans for the wider Greater Buchan Area. JOG is planning for a low carbon, sustainable oil development, supporting the required energy transition phase and the UK economy for many years to come."
bones698: This isn't an investment it's a complete gamble that's exactly what aim shares are m the fact you think this is an investment opportunity says it all about your complete lack of education when it comes to the stock market . You invest in blue chip stocks and the like for long term gains not tin pot outfits like jog . Even before the pandemic this was s dog of a share and it's only due to ramping and some hyped BS from the board it ever recovered from 60p last time . It's haleading back there as the realization is beginning to kick in that this company will struggle to deliver anything meaningful and a low oil price environment will certainly not help . It's heading in a very similar direction to trap only they are a lot further behind and haven't even started flowing oil . If that even does happen which I doubt then the real problems would begin to show . How many dilkutive cash calls will it be before people like you realise your wrong ? How many times seeing the share price crash and field economics suffer before you realise this is a failure just waiting to happen
bones698: The share price chart isn't exactly looking good is it . Under a quid now and no end in sight as things worsen and the company needs to raise cash soon which will depress the share price even more . I'm sure there will be more BS from the management team to try and rally the price before a big fund raise and idiot investors will fall for it as usual and dilute their holdings believing every word they say . Meanwhile they get paid huge salaries at your expense for delivering nothing but failure . Warned everyone this would be back at 60p in due course and looking like that will happen in the next few months especially when they try raising money As for selling the assets ,just what do you think they are worth ? They are worthless unless someone is willing to buy them and in this climate they won't find any buyers so worth nothing . The only thing pinning up the share price was the cash which we now know is disappearing faster than ever . Big rights issue coming and the longer they leave it the worse the price will be
kakapo1: Sorry Mario.... if you believe that you must believe in Santa Claus. Equinor were partners for a long time as the BOD emphasised many times, one have thought they were joined at the hip. Equinor knew the score at Verbier and could see the potential was low as compared with earlier trial drills (Oct 2017) They exited in a way to create least discomfort to JOG by agreeing a token payment now and a Royalty on extracted oil from Verbier, which may never happen. Dog does not eat Dog. The arrival of GBA an aged and what BP thought an almost exhausted field, has been a distraction away from Verbier and the high expectations around that licence. Equinor's knowledge of the UKCS is possibly better than most and the option granted by JOG allowed more than adequate time to evaluate the viabilty of the remaining structure. Remember they were looking at a known structure and have enormous experience in not only Exploration but Production also, something JOG do not posess. It would be surprising to finally discover who the eventual Producer partner is as some believe JOG want to be a Producer in it's own right. That will be expensive and a huge gamble. Maybe we will be totally surprised at the current outcome
mariopeter: The farm out is for the partner(s) to fund the entire project. No way on this planet can JOG do it. Question is how much can JOG keep. The IRR of the project will be key. Eg say if JOG proven and recoverable oil is valued in the ground at say $1 per recoverable barrel (very very cheap btw) our contribution is $120m. If the production platform costs are $400m then we get to keep 23% of the project and the partners put up the entire $400m in cash. That makes the oil breakeven at 520m/120m ie $4.33 a barrel and anyone can make money on that. This is only a concept example by the way. JOG are simply de-risking the oil in the ground and working out the best way to roll out the project. They might even be able to negotiate some cash (back costs) for themselves in the farm-out of Buchan. 43 years of production history de-risks Buchan oil (80mmbo)in the Schlumberger model. The only thing that is becoming clear is that the JOG market cap is highly depressed probably because Equinor said goodbye. If you are not in make sure you are if a viable partner comes in. More likely is the partner will buy JOG and get all the recoverable oil AND the prospective oil AND the team for something less than the $120m in my example above especially as we dither around a £22m market cap. This will rocket (if we are not already taken out) if a viable partner comes in after the assets continue to be de-risked. Apache Oil have just moved in south east of our license in the last OGA round. If they find oil on their new licence how long do you think JOG and the hub will last with a market cap of £22m?. Other things that are likely to happen, while we wait, is some of the satellites could be farmed out (for share of back costs) and they are drill ready etc etc. The oil industry is far from dead. It does need to change to green oil and oh look we will be green oil too. Green gold. A fabulous management will see this through and I feel we have that. Question of timing in due course and lots of opportunity ahead. I can wait but others fret over a reducing positive bank balance but are missing the numbers on a very big picture. SO if we have to issue another 10m shares at £2/£3/£4 £who knows (after news), I doubt any holder today will care. Maybe 120mmbo 2C green resources and the additional 200mmbo prospective in the UK North Sea will be ignored by the oil industry and JOG get liquidated. If you think that you are probably in the wrong investment. Our CEO (a former stockbroker) knows how to drive a share price before any rights issue. Shell's problems must stem from the fact that their cost of oil breakeven is too high, way above what my example above shows.
paleje: Malcy has a positive commentary on it:- Interims from JOG this morning, the only key number is the strong cash position of £8.9m at the year end which is £1m ahead due to cost discipline. The key highlights in the period include ‘significant progress in respect of the Concept Selection work for the Company’s flagship Greater Buchan Area development project’. This includes selection of the preferred development concept, a new production facility at the Buchan platform meaning that they will be able to accommodate fluids from nearby platforms via subsea tie-backs and export of hydrocarbons will be via pipeline to existing nearby infrastructure. Enhanced subsurface understanding means P50 technically recoverable 2C resources of more than 138 MMstb and P50 prospective resources of over 200 MMstb. What is most comforting is that the Buchan oil field has been dynamically modelled and history-matched to 36 years of production data It should also be borne in mind that there is also a significant exploration portfolio with 4 drill-ready exploration prospects with combined P50 prospective resources of 196 MMstb, in close proximity to the planned Buchan hub. Also JOG has added ownership to their GBA portfolio in recent months through acquisitions and a recent licence award. As we look ahead JOG has a lot of interesting progress to report, expect finalisation of the development plan for GBA, an update on the ‘exciting near field exploration potential’ showing very decent upside and of course the launch of the planned GBA funding/farm-out process expected in Q1 2021. Andrew Benitz, CEO of Jersey Oil & Gas, commented: “The Greater Buchan Area is a multi-faceted project and it is exciting to see the results of the hard work of our project team now coming together. Work is ongoing to finalise the development plan of our core project, with optimisation work on production phasing and on decisions regarding area collaboration, both for production volumes and power solutions. JOG is clearly in a very good place and much work has been done over the summer which is a tribute given the COVID-19 setbacks. The management have shown that the company has a substantial and extremely valuable hub at Buchan and shareholders should be very pleased with today’s update.
rbonnier: Well we will get a full update by Wednesday at the latest or this will be suspended.Considering the recent fall in the share price and the amount of sellers there have been im not confident. That said at the AGM presentation and the last business update concept select which is material to the share price was on track there has been no rns to state otherwise so it might be the case we get news concept select is near completion and is expected very soon which should at least put the brakes on the sellers.Arden have a fair value share price valuation of £2.68 from a recent note dated 4.9.20 which jog have put on their web site. The jury's out until next week .
mariopeter: Every mining and oil stock has a story and we as small shareholders have to try to make money on the story. Some (not many) companies make it to production where cash flow and dividends are the real investing story for the pension funds. There are definite cycles to a share price covering exploration,discovery,development and then through to production. If you don't know those share price cycles learn about them or you will likely lose money here by just sitting holding the stock. JOG has plenty of room for making money ahead for us and we are blessed with vast assets with the prospect of more drills to come and for such a tiny company. Play the game! AB is an expert (from the City) at this stuff and you heard some of that today. No new news and up 20%. Think the chart is saying £1.50 in short order.
pro_s2009: Jersey Oil & Gas Finals from JOG today who show that they have been busy during the last few months, at the GBA they are now in charge of a significant new area with this hub development project in the Central North Sea. This is partly down to ‘transformational’ awards in the GBA as part of the OGA’s 31st Supplementary Offshore Licensing Round, JOG now have 100% equity in Buchan, J2 and Glenn discoveries in addition to the Verbier discovery. This leaves a ‘commanding’ position across the GBA with 5 discovered fields, 8 exploration prospects within 4 operated licences. JOG’s net discovered and recoverable resource estimates now stand at 142m bbls, a 30 fold increase compared to the beginning of 2019. Accordingly, project lifetime cash flows for the GBA are forecast to be in excess of $3bn, with an estimated project value of approximately US$1.2bn. JOG has £12.3m of cash and no debt, as such they are fully funded through concept selection and at least until the end of 2021. Accordingly to the above the company has begun work on a new and unique major new North Sea development plan with potential for low carbon emissions at GBA which also has significant exploration upside with 232 mmboe prospective resource estimates net to them. Concept selection for the area is on track for summer 2020 to define the most prudent and commercially attractive way to deliver first oil from the GBA, after which a sales process is expected to be launched to attract a new industry partner(s) to join JOG in unlocking the potential significant value that exists within the GBA. Words like ‘transformational’ and ‘commanding’ are often overused but in the GBA JOG has diligently accumulated a potentially company changing development on our doorstep in the Central North Sea. The team at JOG should be congratulated for putting the hub together and should the ongoing concept development and then farm-out be a success it will come out in a big increase in the share price.
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