Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jersey Oil&Gas 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
  -1.00p -0.54% 182.50p 180.00p 185.00p 183.50p 182.50p 183.50p 9,891 09:17:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 0.7 6.5 28.1 36.41

Jersey Oil&Gas Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2018
16:35
Oh shut it rover dog. Repetitive tawt.
rayrac
09/8/2018
13:29
struggling to stay above £1.80. once it goes its a long way down. Cannot see any activity this year at all on appraisal
ssrover
09/8/2018
10:46
Just added.
rayrac
09/8/2018
10:39
The Verbier discovery, in which the Company holds an 18 per cent. interest, is located in Block 20/5b. Initial operator estimates of gross recoverable resources associated with the Verbier discovery are between 25 and 130 million barrels of oil equivalent ("mmboe") with an estimated mean of 69mmboe. The purpose of the planned appraisal well is to determine the potential volume range in the discovery. Sez it all! And ssrover goes for COPL. Unbelievable, a Nigerian punt is better?!
rayrac
09/8/2018
08:07
https://www.offshoreenergytoday.com/equinor-gets-approval-for-ragnfrid-nord-drilling/ West Phoenix still seems to be busy at Guillemot. It is scheduled to go to Ragnfrid Nord, before the 3 well UKCS programme. Can't see the well permit listed on NPD but it looks as if permission was granted back in June.
rogerlin
07/8/2018
15:48
once £1.80 goes its a long way down on the chart
ssrover
06/8/2018
13:53
Ok bye, I got in @ 56p so I'm sticking around
daler1966
06/8/2018
08:47
Dead money in this. nothing happening this year in my opinion. told you guys months ago this was looking suspect!! I never believed the initial well appraisal as it was issued without an extended flow test or others testing which would confirm the estimates . Also the wording between the rns's from the operator and jog were different . This is looking far more suspect imo Without news this will continue to drift to at leat £1.50 in my opinion as there so many other plays out there with short term catalysts
ssrover
05/8/2018
20:38
There's only one clueless cretin here and it's you, when are you going to answer the question, in fact don't bother. ssrover filtered
robo175
05/8/2018
20:02
Answer the question rover
robo175
05/8/2018
19:50
ssrover - filtered
kinkell
05/8/2018
19:22
What a rose tinted clown you are. I have been right all along since feb on delayed times frames reported by the company, And you have been constantly wrong!! "Please also explain why you doubt the company's estimates"
ssrover
05/8/2018
11:59
Reiterating the same old stuff ssrover. If you want anyone to pay attention please give the words used by the operator and JOG so we can see the difference. Please also explain why you doubt the company's estimates. Are you a petroleum engineer? If not, why should we pay more attention to what you say than experienced professionals? And a link to your detailed spreadsheet of the project's economics under various scenarios would be useful too so please provide that - the company have thoughtfully provided us with estimates of development and production costs. If you don't have these things your words are empty air. As for your 150 target - please explain the rationale for that number. And who do you think will be selling down there? And why? If people are happy to hold now and institutions were willing to pay 200p per share in the placing, please explain why they should sell out miles below that when nothing's changed apart from a slight slippage in the appraisal well. And how about the plentiful list of comparative stocks that you say have got "short term catalysts catalysts?" If you're just spouting uninformed opinion, it would be better all round if you'd keep your waffle to yourself.
hiddendepths
04/8/2018
14:51
nothing happening this year in my opinion. told you guys months ago this was looking suspect!! I never believed the initial well appraisal as it was issued without an extended flow test or others testing which would confirm the estimates . Also the wording between the rns's from the operator and jog were different . This is looking far more suspect imo Without news this will continue to drift to at leat £1.50 in my opinion as there so many other plays out there with short term catalysts catalysts
ssrover
04/8/2018
14:47
It seems I am dim. I should have done this before. What do you when a poster adds no value whatever? bones6983 Aug '18 - 15:59 - 2231 of 2232 (Filtered)
hiddendepths
04/8/2018
14:26
I've long been a fan of the Moray Firth and do not understand why it has been persistently overlooked by the industry. I was early into playing Buzzard (through the obvious share). One of the things about Verbier is the proximity to the Forties pipeline, which should have spare capacity and that will ensure that even a modest find is commercial. Adding tie-backs to other discoveries also helps. My guess is that a lowish development cost is why the company was so swift to talk about recoverable oil. I think Cortina looks a very good prospect and am very interested in the seismic result over that. I note that the appraisal well is only scheduled to take 30-40 days so we're not going to have a long wait even though spudding has been pushed back (presumably to get initial seismic results first!) bones - please explain to this dimwit why JOG is actively looking to buy PRODUCTION if it's not to utilise its tax losses. You clearly haven't got a clue how this works, not a single clue, yet you're swift to make judgements based on ignorance. May be better to do research before posting?
hiddendepths
03/8/2018
15:59
Rogerlin good find I was aware there were changes but not when they came into effect . Hidden depths judging by the above post your right you are pretty dim . Anyway as I keep saying it's pretty desperate if your clinging onto the tax losses being worth something . First things first let's see how much oil is actually recoverable and at what cost . I still do not for one second believe their initial statement and want to see far more evidence of how they came to that conclusion without proper testing
bones698
03/8/2018
09:56
bones - so you couldn't be bothered to find out about the Forties units that BP created then. Your "pretty sure" is simply wrong. FWIW I was formerly a number 1 rated oil analyst in the City and if I'm pretty dim, what does that make you?
hiddendepths
03/8/2018
09:31
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/660596/An_outline_of_Transferable_Tax_History_web.pdf Summary on page 2. I am not sure if this is all going ahead but implies that tax history can be sold with a field from Nov 18, I think potential purchasers of assets will wait for this.
rogerlin
03/8/2018
08:26
I think you will find that plenty of companies have gone under having huge tax losses especially in the oil industry . If your point is correct then why are they simply not bought out just before or even in admin for these losses by any oil company making a profit ?????? I'm pretty sure that losses can only be used by the company or against the assets they have and not transferred to other companies . Would have to check that though . Simple fact is using he losses to gauge value is totally wrong and pretty dim tbh . Says a lot about a company and its prospects it your using them to add value tbh .
bones698
02/8/2018
22:34
Don't you guys know that oil company tax losses are worth plenty? UK oil taxation is still pretty high and APPROPRIATE tax losses can be offset against these liabilities. There is a long history of utilising such losses. If you really want to see how it works, find out what BP did with the Forties field and, more importantly, why they did it. Of course, companies like JOG can use the tax losses themselves. But they need to buy some mature production to do that. Which is what they've been looking to do for a while now. At some point the right deal might come along. If not, JOG is a tasty morsel for some North Sea producer with nothing much to offset the profits. But if you don't know this sort of stuff, I suggest that the value you can add to a thread like this is minimal. This is not particularly personal - most posters are pretty ignorant: it's the modern way for everyone to have a say, no matter how little they know. But you do seem to have rather strong views given your lack of understanding of the basics. Without a sounder grasp, your conclusions have little to no credibility.
hiddendepths
02/8/2018
18:19
If you want tax losses there are any number of failed companies you could buy to acquire them they are worthless unless you make a profit which isn't likely here . Nice to see some sad people have nothing better to do than look over many years old posts of mine and fail to realise they are ancient history and I have been back some time making money thanks . Gkp at 90p, tern at 3p etc but they fail to post the those posts . Seems some are desperate on here but why doesn't that surprise me given the history here . Seems some haven't got a clue about resovoir testing and pressure drop off to calculate recoverable reserves etc . Similarly no idea that tax losses are all but worthless . Then there is the abandonment costs and development costs of Vernier that I have seen nothing on . Quite happy to watch this play out and just like the first verbier well that flopped and this tanked and they all ran off with their tails between their legs I expect a similar outcome once they realise the issues on verbier . Compartmentalised ,rough seas , expensive drilling costs and development etc etc
bones698
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