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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lansdowne Oil LSE:LOGP London Ordinary Share GB00B1250X28 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.525p +25.93% 2.55p 2.45p 2.50p 2.475p 2.025p 2.025p 1,880,131 16:45:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.3 -0.1 - 16.88

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17/1/2019
18:44
Not surprised Papillon, maybe some learnt from the experience.
gunsofmarscapone
17/1/2019
18:35
Hi pap, it's a coal miner in South Africa. Used to go under ticker CZA. It's just about to re-open one of largest hard coking coal mines. You asked me for a bit of background there a few weeks back. sorry for o/t everyone. Still invested in LOGP, but wishing I'd followed paps lead and traded at 2.8p... Looking good for 5p here again
ianio5691
17/1/2019
18:19
Concerning GCM, GoM, there must be a lot of burnt fingers amongst share traders today. The intraday high was 69p following todays news, but selling/profit taking has brought the GCM share price back down to reality. It closed up just 7% at 38.25p!
papillon
17/1/2019
18:16
Good stuff Offerman, plenty of risk here of all shades. I had an abysmal 6-8 weeks leading up to Xmas, improving now, but holding on to my core positions (and more) now at Lansdowne.
gunsofmarscapone
17/1/2019
17:55
Cheers PapI was one of those that bought into LOGP sold my PVR shares awhile ago and I bought in at 2.1 the last time they were up here and then they dropped down to 1.1p thereaboutsSo it's nice to see them up above the levels that I bought in a while ago
offerman
17/1/2019
17:55
Yes, GoM, GCM is not for me either. I follow it, but I wouldn't invest in it. Regarding MCM, Ianio, I did put it into my watchlist on the ichimokutrader.com site, but I can't remember doing it!
papillon
17/1/2019
17:34
2.55 in extended auction, could be good or bad. PVR have the millstone of wildcatting on the Atlantic Margin and I don’t think it will be tolerated for much longer. There is a justification for energy security, ethics and GHG reduction by developing Barryoe, extending Corrib (PRD, 30% c.o.s) and appraising the Predator Oil and Gas Holdings licence option to the East of Kinsale Gas field.
gunsofmarscapone
17/1/2019
17:28
There were three state murders at Phulbari last time all by gunshot wounds, one poor lad was eviscerated. You could debate that it’s just position trading in GCM but if the Mcap is supported it facilitates cash raises by placings and strengthend their position. If they offer enough money and new housing many will leave but I fear that weeks of rioting could leave 50-100 murdered by the state. Not for me Pap, no way would I be complicit with that.
gunsofmarscapone
17/1/2019
17:09
MCM, Ianio5691? I must be getting old and senile because I can't remember looking at MCM (I wished I had because looking at the chart just now it's tripled in just 2 months). Could you please remind me, Ian, about MCM?
papillon
17/1/2019
17:03
Today's over 22% rise means that the LOGP share price has risen over 77% in less than 3 weeks. I don't know the reason, offerman. As I posted earlier today it's possibly, 1/ LOGP is perceived to be a cheaper way to get exposure to Barryroe than PVR by investors, 2/ LOGP is being bought because there is some kind of corporate action on the way. That could be in the know buying preceding a bid for LOGP, or the share price could be being pushed up to get a placing away? All guesswork, I'm afraid. I very much doubt if anyone posting on this bb knows the reason.
papillon
17/1/2019
16:41
Did you get any MCM shares Pap?
ianio5691
17/1/2019
16:41
Anyone know the reason for the rise and yet PVR dropped?
offerman
17/1/2019
16:15
2.5 p paid ! Have they just bought from My broker ! Hope they not saying ouch
richpassi
17/1/2019
15:18
Good post, GoM. I did hold GCM around 15 years ago, for a short time, when it was known as Asia Energy (AEN). It was a subsidiary of Cambrian Mining (CBM) that was floated off on AIM around 15-16 years ago. It did go as high as £9 in those early days. I've followed it's fortunes (or more accurately, demise) since those early days. Personally I can't see it's coal ever being mined for the reasons you outlined (there were violent protests against it's coal being mined sometime ago in which, if I remember correctly, some protesters were killed). PS. I'm looking for the ideal time to buy PRD shares.
papillon
17/1/2019
14:33
GCM Papillon, my portfolio is far from being green and ethical although I am attempting to switch to green energy ie Red amongst others but its a very slow process. A whole new layer of research and complexity. If they do dig that mine, remember that a major walked away due to the colossal depth of the overburden and ensuing environmental destruction, they will have to forcibly move tens of thousands of Bangladeshis. The coal fuelled power station will produce many times the greenhouse gases of Drax and place the lives of millions of Ganges Delta Bangladeshis at risk. Its not for me, with Predator and Barryroe gas we can roughly halve GHG emissions from Ireland’s power stations while we in the developed world transition to green energy.
gunsofmarscapone
17/1/2019
13:08
GCM is a classic case of how good news can cause a share apparently as dead as a dodo to come alive again. Back in November the GCM share price was languishing at circa 11p having once been circa £9 per share around 15 years ago when it was known as AEN. Look at the GCM share price today!
papillon
17/1/2019
12:57
Excellent post philmiboots. ROFLMAO.
papillon
17/1/2019
12:45
I suspect bones is tucking a few away on the QT.
philmiboots
17/1/2019
12:03
The LOGP share price continues to rise today, whilst the PVR share price falls. That could mean one of two possibilities to me. 1/ either investors consider LOGP to be a cheaper way to get exposure to Barryroe than PVR, or 2/ there is some kind of corporate action on the way at LOGP.
papillon
16/1/2019
15:58
One reason this will be 10p or more appraisals are a lot Los risky has to be at least 80 mill cap come drill
senn1
16/1/2019
14:30
The collapse in the UPL & BOIL sp's today on the Wick well bad news shows the dangers of holding an AIM listed O&G share drilling an exploratory well.
papillon
16/1/2019
13:47
Both the LOGP & PVR sp's are still above their respective upper Bollinger Bands, druidinvestor. That's a bullish sign, IMO.
papillon
16/1/2019
13:37
Agree Druid, three trades for GoM so far today. Only one was straightforward.
gunsofmarscapone
16/1/2019
13:34
And still tough to buy in any decent size.
druidinvestor
16/1/2019
13:25
Well the share price is over 2p again.
papillon
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