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25/5/2019
09:20
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 67.50p.
Jersey Oil And Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 57.50p and a 12 week average price of 57.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 253.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57.50p.
There are currently 19,950,786 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 245,187 shares. The market capitalisation of Jersey Oil And Gas Plc is £13,865,796.27.
20/5/2019
12:30
mirabeau: Tipped by ST - Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG:63p), a UK North Sea-focused upstream oil and gas company that owns an 18 per cent interest in the P2170 licence (Blocks 20/5b & 21/1d), Outer Moray Firth, is the laggard in my 2019 Bargain Share Portfolio, a reflection of last month’s disappointing results from the company’s appraisal drilling programme on its flagship Verbier discovery in Block 20/5b (‘Jersey’;s drilling disappoints’, 3 April 2019). As a result the shares are trading on a massive discount to house broker Arden Partners’ risked net asset value (NAV) per share estimate of 233p (833p on an unrisked basis) using a long-term Brent crude price of $65 a barrel, or 10 per cent below the current market price. Annual results for 2018 released today reveal that Jersey had net cash of £19.8m at the end of 2018, a sum worth 90p a share, of which £4m to £5m will be utilised in the first six months of 2019, largely to settle its share of the Verbier appraisal well results. This implies a minimum net cash position of £14.8m at the end of June 2019, a sum worth 68p a share, so effectively nil value is being attributed to the company’s exploration assets. This is incredibly harsh given that that Jersey’s management still believe that Verbier is commercially viable at the lower end of the initial resource estimate of 25m and 130m barrels of oil equivalent (boe). House broker Arden Partners places a risked value of $37m (125p a share) on Verbier on this basis, or double Jersey’s current share price. Importantly, there are catalysts on the horizon to narrow the huge share price discount to risked NAV. Firstly, results of new 3D seismic data will be delivered by the end of next month which will be integrated with the Verbier appraisal well result to better understand the reservoir distribution of the primary target. They will also be used to assess the prospectivity of deeper targets and other identified exploration opportunities, including Jersey’s nearby Cortina prospect on the P2170 licence which has a minimum resource of 39m boe and a risked NAV of $25m (85p a share) based on Arden’s analysis. Expect updated resource estimates for the project to be released in due course, and perhaps better than the market is anticipating. Secondly, Equinor, the operator, remains committed to the project. Potential options for the co-venture partners include: drilling exploration well on the Cortina prospect with a view to combining it with Verbier; drilling a new appraisal well at Verbier to explore a new prospective horizon that has been identified below Verbier to create a stacked prospect; or Verbier could be tied back to existing production infrastructure. Expect news on this front late this year, or early in 2020. Thirdly, chief executive Andrew Benitz expects the Oil & Gas Authority’s 31st Supplementary Offshore Licensing Round (which includes acreage in the Greater Buchanan area and various potential production asset acquisition opportunities) to be “highly beneficial to the Verbier discovery, with the potential to enhance its commercial viability.” He has reason to think this way as “it is anticipated that plans for an area hub development will be catalysed by licence awards in the licensing round.” Fourthly, the directors are still actively looking at acquisition opportunities within the UK North Sea sector, and specifically at acquiring cash generative production assets. I believe any deal would be viewed favourably by the market as it would rebalance the company’s portfolio. The bottom line is that at the current depressed valuation the investment risk is heavily skewed to the upside. Indeed, positive news flow on multiple fronts has potential to spark a sharp re-rating. Buy. -
06/4/2019
08:44
pro_s2009: 25 MMBO is the recoverable amount of barrels at the VERY MINIMUM size for Verbier, this is already proven and allows NO UPSIDE for any future appraisal drilling (in the north which is presently untested). The RF figure is around 30%........so on that basis the STOIIP is 83 MMBO, and recoverable form that is 25 MMBO. This is the size of Verbier already proven. There is still upside to be had, either in the currently not appraised North, or in the new prospect of an underlying reservoir as seen in the new 3D. NPV10 for 25 MMBO recoverable is 167m GBP. JOG's share of that NPV10 is 30m GBP (or double the current share price). Add on 25m GBP of tex losses to use up on production. Add on Cortina prospect Add on Verbier Deep new prospect. Add on Verbier Northern appraisal well to enlarge Verbier up from 25MMBO rec minimum Add on Cash. Sum of parts currently is over 200p. Anyway, if you don't believe it just sell. If you do believe it like me, just keep on buying at these cheap prices, because you can be sure before Cortina is spud in 2020, the share price will again be blasting past 200p levels. And as a Cortina strike would instantly make Verbier undoubtedly commercial, Cortina well now is a double whammy as it makes a joint area development taking in Verbier as well at is current minimum 25 MMBO recoverable size. So you add in all the Verbier value with a Cortina strike, and Cortina value as well on top. So for those with patience, keep on tucking JOG away in the bottom drawer, I will be.
05/4/2019
13:52
pro_s2009: 36redhill, they are funded for Cortina drill, which at that time, whenever it is, will see the share price back over 200p. So if you dont have to sell, then dont. Just bottom drawer it and wait. Lots of people posting on here to push the price down, also know that, thats why they want the lowest possible entry price to then buy some and hold them and wait for the bounce. The easiest money is made from a crashed share price. I purchased buckets of MATD at 2p.........after a drop from 10p and was able to sell recently in the high 5p levels.........thats a massive gain for just buying low and waiting and being patient and selling high. When blood is on the streets..........and the NAV is much higher than the share price........then buy.
26/2/2019
07:42
robo175: It's worth reposting this for people looking to invest here and new share holders, obviously written when the share price was just inder £2 pound. Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG) Aim: Share price: 199p Bid-offer spread: 197-199p Market value: £43.4m Website: jerseyoilandgas.com Itâ€T82;s shaping up to be a pivotal year for shareholders inJersey Oil & Gas (JOG), a British independent North Sea-focused upstream oil and gas company that owns an 18 per cent interest in the P2170 licence (Blocks 20/5b & 21/1d), Outer Moray Firth, in which the operator, Equinor UK (formerly known as Statoil), owns a 70 per cent interest and CIECO V&C UK owns a 12 per cent interest. That’s because drilling of an appraisal well on the partners' flagship Verbier discovery in Block 20/5b is scheduled for the first quarter this year as part of Equinorâ€;™s larger drilling campaign. Initial operator estimates suggest gross recoverable resources associated with the Verbier discovery of between 25m and 130m barrels of oil equivalent (boe) with an estimated mean of 69mboe. The purpose of the appraisal well is to accurately determine the potential volume range in the discovery. Internal management estimates of the value potential for the estimated recoverable oil volume ranges, together with an opinion that all outcomes are potentially commercially viable, suggest a net present value (NPV) in excess of £30m could be attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas at the low end of the range, and a NPV in the order of £200m at the top end. Neither of these scenarios factor in the additional valuation upside potential of the Cortina prospect, located on the licensed acreage, which is estimated to hold mean prospective resources of 124mboe, or for that matter additional prospectivity across the licence area. Verbier offers material upside potential In fact, when Jersey Oil and Gas doubled its size by raising £23.7m in a placing and open offer of shares, at 200p, in October 2017 to part-fund its share of the drilling costs on Verbier, management estimates for gross recoverable resources attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas across all of the P2170 licence prospects (Verbier, Cortina and Meribel) ranged from 70mboe in the low case scenario to 273m in the upside case. This corresponds to an unrisked NAV of £83.7m attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas in the low case scenario, rising to £400m at the top end of the range. To put these large sums into perspective, analyst Brendan Long at broking house WH Ireland estimates that Verbierâ€;™s gross recoverable resources alone could be around 77.5mboe in a mid-case scenario of which 14mboe are attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas. The company has 21.8m shares in issue and a fully diluted share capital of 23.4m shares after taking into account 1.6m options, which if exercised would raise £2.5m cash for the company. Based on the fully diluted share capital, Mr Long estimates that Verbier could have an unrisked NPV of £97.8m –; a sum worth 417p a share and more than double the companyâ€;™s current share price –; attributable to Jersey Oil & Gas based on $7 per barrel of oil and factoring in first production in the second half of 2021. Balancing risk and reward Of course nothing is guaranteed in the oil exploration industry, but with net cash of £22m at the end of June 2018 –; more than double its £9m to £11m share of the cost of drilling the Verbier appraisal well (of which £7m to £8m will be expensed in the 2018 financial year) –; then even if the prospect only has 25mboe of gross recoverable resources, representing the low end of the estimated range, this is still worth £30m to Jersey Oil and Gas shareholders. That sum and surplus net cash of £11m on the balance sheet after expensing the appraisal drilling costs virtually backs up 100 per cent of the companyâ€;™s current market value of £43.4m. This means that, based on some very conservative assumptions, Jersey Oil and Gasâ€482;s interests in both the Cortina and Meribel prospects are effectively in the price for free. Moreover, if the company hits pay dirt on Verbier, then there will be a positive read-across for prospectivity across both Cortina and Meribel. Management estimates suggest that the companyâ€;™s share of an exploration well on the Cortina prospect, if drilled, would be around £6m. Newsflow from the appraisal well aside, expect the partners to deliver a fully processed data set from a 3D seismic survey over the licence area during the second quarter of this year. This has potential to add further substance to its commercial viability. True, drilling of the Verbier appraisal well was pushed back from the fourth quarter last year to the first quarter this year, but it made sense to do so. That’s because the partners now have access (prior to drilling) to the fast-track data analysis of the newly shot 3D seismic survey completed in December 2018. An optimised well location is clearly beneficial when drilling an appraisal well. Interesting director appointment and notable shareholder interests Interestingly, Jersey Oil and Gas appointed a new financial officer in mid-November 2018, Vicary Gibbs. He has over 20 years' experience as a corporate financier advising oil and gas companies on mergers and acquisitions, capital-raising and restructuring transactions. In the past couple of years, Mr Gibbs has acted as an independent oil and gas consultant, providing advice to Jersey Oil and Gas, so has in-depth knowledge of the company. Prior to this, he worked at Canaccord Genuity Hawkpoint Limited, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank, so has significant experience in corporate finance, too. The cash backing of Jersey Oil and Gas aside, the directors have material skin in the game. Chairman Andrew Benitz owns 627,142 shares, or 2.9 per cent of the share capital, and chief operating officer Ron Lansdell holds 900,000 shares, or 4.1 per cent of the share capital. Also, institutions Schroders and Legal & General hold 17 per cent stakes, having taken these positions at the time of the autumn 2017 equity raise at 200p, highlighting significant backing from institutions with a decent track record. Trading on a Bargain Share rating of 0.49, and on half of analystsâ̈́4;™ risked fair value estimates of 401p a share, Jersey Oil and Gasâ€482;s shares offer significant upside potential if the Verbier appraisal well delivers. Buy.
25/2/2019
03:08
pro_s2009: Verbier is presently a minimum of 25 MMBO recoverable based on the immediate vicinity of the discovery well. A good appraisal well should move the minimum up from 25 MMBO to say 75 MMBO. So the new range of recoverable oil would then be 75 MMBO to 135 MMBO with a good appraisal well. However the new 3D is also key as the upper side could increase as well and that will also help increase the minimum. Based on circa 220p for the current minimum size of 25 MMBO, if a good appraisal well lifts the minimum up to say 75 MMBO recoverable then that would indicate a minimum JOG share price of around 660p but that also may rise as the confidence in Verbier would be very much increased and of course, Cortina is there as well. The average North Sea field size being developed now is around 20 MMBO recoverable, so Verbier is already big enough just on the discovery well immediate area, but it could turn into a very big field if this appraisal well is good and the 3D also helps to unravel the trap. Exciting times.
02/2/2019
04:37
pro_s2009: Re-post of the earlier Investors Chronicle write up in case anyone missed it. robo175 1 Feb '19 - 08:43 - 536 of 544(premium) It’s shaping up to be a pivotal year for shareholders in Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG), a British independent North Sea-focused upstream oil and gas company that owns an 18 per cent interest in the P2170 licence (Blocks 20/5b & 21/1d), Outer Moray Firth, in which the operator, Equinor UK (formerly known as Statoil), owns a 70 per cent interest and CIECO V&C UK owns a 12 per cent interest. That’s because drilling of an appraisal well on the partners' flagship Verbier discovery in Block 20/5b is scheduled for the first quarter this year as part of Equinor’s larger drilling campaign. Initial operator estimates suggest gross recoverable resources associated with the Verbier discovery of between 25m and 130m barrels of oil equivalent (boe) with an estimated mean of 69mboe. The purpose of the appraisal well is to accurately determine the potential volume range in the discovery. Internal management estimates of the value potential for the estimated recoverable oil volume ranges, together with an opinion that all outcomes are potentially commercially viable, suggest a net present value (NPV) in excess of £30m could be attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas at the low end of the range, and a NPV in the order of £200m at the top end. Neither of these scenarios factor in the additional valuation upside potential of the Cortina prospect, located on the licensed acreage, which is estimated to hold mean prospective resources of 124mboe, or for that matter additional prospectivity across the licence area. Verbier offers material upside potential In fact, when Jersey Oil and Gas doubled its size by raising £23.7m in a placing and open offer of shares, at 200p, in October 2017 to part-fund its share of the drilling costs on Verbier, management estimates for gross recoverable resources attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas across all of the P2170 licence prospects (Verbier, Cortina and Meribel) ranged from 70mboe in the low case scenario to 273m in the upside case. This corresponds to an unrisked NAV of £83.7m attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas in the low case scenario, rising to £400m at the top end of the range. To put these large sums into perspective, analyst Brendan Long at broking house WH Ireland estimates that Verbier’s gross recoverable resources alone could be around 77.5mboe in a mid-case scenario of which 14mboe are attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas. The company has 21.8m shares in issue and a fully diluted share capital of 23.4m shares after taking into account 1.6m options, which if exercised would raise £2.5m cash for the company. Based on the fully diluted share capital, Mr Long estimates that Verbier could have an unrisked NPV of £97.8m – a sum worth 417p a share and more than double the company’s current share price – attributable to Jersey Oil & Gas based on $7 per barrel of oil and factoring in first production in the second half of 2021. Balancing risk and reward Of course nothing is guaranteed in the oil exploration industry, but with net cash of £22m at the end of June 2018 – more than double its £9m to £11m share of the cost of drilling the Verbier appraisal well (of which £7m to £8m will be expensed in the 2018 financial year) – then even if the prospect only has 25mboe of gross recoverable resources, representing the low end of the estimated range, this is still worth £30m to Jersey Oil and Gas shareholders. That sum and surplus net cash of £11m on the balance sheet after expensing the appraisal drilling costs virtually backs up 100 per cent of the company’s current market value of £43.4m. This means that, based on some very conservative assumptions, Jersey Oil and Gas’s interests in both the Cortina and Meribel prospects are effectively in the price for free. Moreover, if the company hits pay dirt on Verbier, then there will be a positive read-across for prospectivity across both Cortina and Meribel. Management estimates suggest that the company’s share of an exploration well on the Cortina prospect, if drilled, would be around £6m. Newsflow from the appraisal well aside, expect the partners to deliver a fully processed data set from a 3D seismic survey over the licence area during the second quarter of this year. This has potential to add further substance to its commercial viability. True, drilling of the Verbier appraisal well was pushed back from the fourth quarter last year to the first quarter this year, but it made sense to do so. That’s because the partners now have access (prior to drilling) to the fast-track data analysis of the newly shot 3D seismic survey completed in December 2018. An optimised well location is clearly beneficial when drilling an appraisal well. Interesting director appointment and notable shareholder interests Interestingly, Jersey Oil and Gas appointed a new financial officer in mid-November 2018, Vicary Gibbs. He has over 20 years' experience as a corporate financier advising oil and gas companies on mergers and acquisitions, capital-raising and restructuring transactions. In the past couple of years, Mr Gibbs has acted as an independent oil and gas consultant, providing advice to Jersey Oil and Gas, so has in-depth knowledge of the company. Prior to this, he worked at Canaccord Genuity Hawkpoint Limited, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank, so has significant experience in corporate finance, too. The cash backing of Jersey Oil and Gas aside, the directors have material skin in the game. Chairman Andrew Benitz owns 627,142 shares, or 2.9 per cent of the share capital, and chief operating officer Ron Lansdell holds 900,000 shares, or 4.1 per cent of the share capital. Also, institutions Schroders and Legal & General hold 17 per cent stakes, having taken these positions at the time of the autumn 2017 equity raise at 200p, highlighting significant backing from institutions with a decent track record. Trading on a Bargain Share rating of 0.49, and on half of analysts’ risked fair value estimates of 401p a share, Jersey Oil and Gas’s shares offer significant upside potential if the Verbier appraisal well delivers. Buy.
01/2/2019
08:43
robo175: Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG) Aim: Share price: 199p Bid-offer spread: 197-199p Market value: £43.4m Website: jerseyoilandgas.com It’s shaping up to be a pivotal year for shareholders inJersey Oil & Gas (JOG), a British independent North Sea-focused upstream oil and gas company that owns an 18 per cent interest in the P2170 licence (Blocks 20/5b & 21/1d), Outer Moray Firth, in which the operator, Equinor UK (formerly known as Statoil), owns a 70 per cent interest and CIECO V&C UK owns a 12 per cent interest. That’s because drilling of an appraisal well on the partners' flagship Verbier discovery in Block 20/5b is scheduled for the first quarter this year as part of Equinor’s larger drilling campaign. Initial operator estimates suggest gross recoverable resources associated with the Verbier discovery of between 25m and 130m barrels of oil equivalent (boe) with an estimated mean of 69mboe. The purpose of the appraisal well is to accurately determine the potential volume range in the discovery. Internal management estimates of the value potential for the estimated recoverable oil volume ranges, together with an opinion that all outcomes are potentially commercially viable, suggest a net present value (NPV) in excess of £30m could be attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas at the low end of the range, and a NPV in the order of £200m at the top end. Neither of these scenarios factor in the additional valuation upside potential of the Cortina prospect, located on the licensed acreage, which is estimated to hold mean prospective resources of 124mboe, or for that matter additional prospectivity across the licence area. Verbier offers material upside potential In fact, when Jersey Oil and Gas doubled its size by raising £23.7m in a placing and open offer of shares, at 200p, in October 2017 to part-fund its share of the drilling costs on Verbier, management estimates for gross recoverable resources attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas across all of the P2170 licence prospects (Verbier, Cortina and Meribel) ranged from 70mboe in the low case scenario to 273m in the upside case. This corresponds to an unrisked NAV of £83.7m attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas in the low case scenario, rising to £400m at the top end of the range. To put these large sums into perspective, analyst Brendan Long at broking house WH Ireland estimates that Verbier’s gross recoverable resources alone could be around 77.5mboe in a mid-case scenario of which 14mboe are attributable to Jersey Oil and Gas. The company has 21.8m shares in issue and a fully diluted share capital of 23.4m shares after taking into account 1.6m options, which if exercised would raise £2.5m cash for the company. Based on the fully diluted share capital, Mr Long estimates that Verbier could have an unrisked NPV of £97.8m – a sum worth 417p a share and more than double the company’s current share price – attributable to Jersey Oil & Gas based on $7 per barrel of oil and factoring in first production in the second half of 2021. Balancing risk and reward Of course nothing is guaranteed in the oil exploration industry, but with net cash of £22m at the end of June 2018 – more than double its £9m to £11m share of the cost of drilling the Verbier appraisal well (of which £7m to £8m will be expensed in the 2018 financial year) – then even if the prospect only has 25mboe of gross recoverable resources, representing the low end of the estimated range, this is still worth £30m to Jersey Oil and Gas shareholders. That sum and surplus net cash of £11m on the balance sheet after expensing the appraisal drilling costs virtually backs up 100 per cent of the company’s current market value of £43.4m. This means that, based on some very conservative assumptions, Jersey Oil and Gas’s interests in both the Cortina and Meribel prospects are effectively in the price for free. Moreover, if the company hits pay dirt on Verbier, then there will be a positive read-across for prospectivity across both Cortina and Meribel. Management estimates suggest that the company’s share of an exploration well on the Cortina prospect, if drilled, would be around £6m. Newsflow from the appraisal well aside, expect the partners to deliver a fully processed data set from a 3D seismic survey over the licence area during the second quarter of this year. This has potential to add further substance to its commercial viability. True, drilling of the Verbier appraisal well was pushed back from the fourth quarter last year to the first quarter this year, but it made sense to do so. That’s because the partners now have access (prior to drilling) to the fast-track data analysis of the newly shot 3D seismic survey completed in December 2018. An optimised well location is clearly beneficial when drilling an appraisal well. Interesting director appointment and notable shareholder interests Interestingly, Jersey Oil and Gas appointed a new financial officer in mid-November 2018, Vicary Gibbs. He has over 20 years' experience as a corporate financier advising oil and gas companies on mergers and acquisitions, capital-raising and restructuring transactions. In the past couple of years, Mr Gibbs has acted as an independent oil and gas consultant, providing advice to Jersey Oil and Gas, so has in-depth knowledge of the company. Prior to this, he worked at Canaccord Genuity Hawkpoint Limited, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank, so has significant experience in corporate finance, too. The cash backing of Jersey Oil and Gas aside, the directors have material skin in the game. Chairman Andrew Benitz owns 627,142 shares, or 2.9 per cent of the share capital, and chief operating officer Ron Lansdell holds 900,000 shares, or 4.1 per cent of the share capital. Also, institutions Schroders and Legal & General hold 17 per cent stakes, having taken these positions at the time of the autumn 2017 equity raise at 200p, highlighting significant backing from institutions with a decent track record. Trading on a Bargain Share rating of 0.49, and on half of analysts’ risked fair value estimates of 401p a share, Jersey Oil and Gas’s shares offer significant upside potential if the Verbier appraisal well delivers. Buy.
25/1/2019
10:21
trulyscrumptious: A couple of old snippets from Malcy. Assuming the data confirms existing numbers, and the Statoil news release was unusually forthcoming with regard to a need for an appraisal well, then the 25-130m bbls existing estimate should prove conservative. If that is the case, and it is not by any means certain, then there must be a chance of an exploration well on the Cortina prospect which is of a similar nature and must have been de-risked by this well. I think that based on admittedly limited information, JOG shareholders should be very happy, as the current information in my view validates the share price as it is now with the potential for a good deal more if Statoil “clarify the recoverable volumes and to refine this range,” as they say in their RNS. With JOG still very much looking for production deals and now with potentially very exciting exploration upside I am extremely confident about the outlook and it more than justifies bucket list retention. Jersey Oil & Gas It was a very good year for JOG but now we are looking front and centre and the company is in very good nick. With cash of £25.4m and the summer drilling and seismic programme planned to be at the top end of the forecast £9-11m of capex, JOG is set fair. Statoil is planning a Verbier appraisal well and possibly a sidetrack and with the seismic programme looking for Verbier analogues there is much scope for upside. At 210p JOG looks astonishingly undervalued.
18/4/2018
15:18
s1zematters: he thinks JOG share price is related to intra-hour movement in the price of oil? can you be more retarded than that?
20/11/2017
19:20
daler1966: Not long for good news to push jog share price north again , patients required .
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