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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.925p 1.85p 2.00p 1.925p 1.925p 1.925p 117,702 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.3 -0.1 - 12.74

Lansdowne Oil Share Discussion Threads

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16/10/2018
09:16
I had an original investment here long ago I think I bought 8p £900 worth reduced down to £140ish never sold them . I recently took positions in PVR made a nice % profit but small amounts of capital but what I made and original investment I split between here and CERP .So now holding back to £1050 worth or so here for long term buyout. Only holding 52000 shares but that could be many multiples once Chinese drill and any new increase in reserves happens .
offerman
15/10/2018
12:58
Exiting the EU could solve the problem, if our government wish. Staying in the EU means it is out of our hands and we have no say over FOM.
richyggg
15/10/2018
12:48
Richyggg, I agree with you too. I work in Belgium at the moment. They have the same massive immigration nightmare and rising far right. Exiting the EU will not solve the problem. We already had more control over borders because we are not shengan. We invited half of everyone in ourselves.
cephalosaurus
15/10/2018
12:26
Ceph - I agree with you , on the whole, but your last two lines are contradictory, especially when Germany unilaterally opens its borders. Anyway, no one is going to change anyones mind, so no point in debating.
richyggg
15/10/2018
12:13
Yes, unfortunately that is the case, phoebusav. It's delayed by 15 minutes. However it is accurate.
papillon
15/10/2018
12:04
Paps, the London Stock Exchange link you provided does indeed have very good trade data, but checking during market hours I can see it is unfortunately delayed.
phoebusav
15/10/2018
10:55
I have to agree with you GoM but I also think we should boycott the UK due the fact it supplies deadly weapons to the Arabs. Hundreds of children have been killed in Yemen by British made missiles. At least Trump was honest and basically said, money talks. We bang on about human rights yet export the equipment that kills thousands upon thousands. We bow down to China and buy billions of £'s worth of products that only enhances their dream of conquering the world without caring a jot what happens to those who get in the way. It is time British people stopped burying their heads in the sand, stood up for human rights everywhere and traded accordingly.
2solaris
15/10/2018
10:29
There's the Brandon Hill TR1 confirmation.
druidinvestor
14/10/2018
23:55
What is it, fellow citizens of a democracy with ‘permissible’ free speech. Papillon, myself and one or two others can remember the ‘Death of a Princess’, a horrible and unjustly barbaric and disgusting crime, The violence to and caging of gay/bi/trans people. Now a journalist has been probably tortured and cut to pieces it is now an issue.After all these decades of expediency. Let us start to choose our fuels with ethical oversight. I challenege Sainsburies to avoid fuels from those jurisdictions. Celtic Sea and Atlantic Margin fuels, Falklands fuels, Most of West Africa, North Sea and eventually Mongolian fuel should be benchedmarked as ethical fuels.
gunsofmarscapone
14/10/2018
21:20
"Turki Aldhakhil, the general manager of Al Arabiya, the official Saudi news channel, claimed in an opinion piece that Riyadh was ready to implement 30 measures “without flinching” the moment US sanctions were imposed, including cuts to oil production that could lead to prices rising to $100 a barrel." hTTps://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/14/jamal-khashoggi-turkey-looks-to-uk-to-persuade-saudi-arabia-to-cooperate
papillon
14/10/2018
11:03
Yes, how very odd phoebusav. There are 15 "ODD" trades at the top of the advfn trade list for LOGP again for tiny amounts of shares (6 to 14). However since they are all in the 9.25-10.60p range, as for every other listed share, at least they look good for LOGP since 9.25-10.60p is so much higher than the current LOGP sp!! Every cloud has a silver lining, phoebusav! :-) If you want really accurate trade data you have to go to the official London Stock Exchange web site hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com As can be seen from the LOGP summary the 15 "ODD" trades at the top of the advfn trades list for Friday do NOT appear! hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/stocks/summary/company-summary/GB00B1250X28GBGBXASX1.html?lang=en PS. faxxer doesn't post very often. He posted on here and the PVR bb yesterday, but before that his previous was on SEA (remember them?) on the 3 Feb 2016! I wonder where faxxer has been for the past 2 years and 8 months?
papillon
13/10/2018
21:40
Have a look at the SOU trades list for yesterday, phoebusav. The same strange trades appear at the top of the advfn trades list. It's the same for every share. There's something wrong with the advfn computer! It's had a "nervous breakdown" and gone potty! LOL. PS It pays to do your fundamental research, faxxer, before posting! LOL.
papillon
13/10/2018
20:02
Faxxer, those trades do indeed look very strange.
phoebusav
13/10/2018
19:50
Pharmas Papillon, just a general comment about clinical trials.
gunsofmarscapone
13/10/2018
14:35
Re your post, faxxer. That happens all the time, faxxer. Just big trades where the reporting has been delayed by one hour, or more, or a 5 minute after market close auction (though usually an RNS is issued when there is a 5, or 10, minute auction after market closes). I saw nothing unusual in that data you posted, faxxer. I just wondered why you got so excited by it and why you had never seen it before? I found your post baffling.
papillon
13/10/2018
13:10
Apologies for O/T. GunsofMarscapone. I don't quite understand the significance of your post. AMYT's AP101 has been tested in vivo for PTW's (Partial Thickness Wounds) and received regulatory approval after successful phase III trials (so it's already proven to be safe and efficacious in treating skin conditions). AP101 has also been successfully tested, in vivo, for EB (Epidermolysis bullosa) in smaller scale trials and is currently undergoing a full blown phase III trial for treating EB. Not much patience is required either because the interim analysis of the phase III trial is due in December. We shall then know whether the the trial is to continue, or whether it's futile to continue! If it does continue the final results are expected to be available in Q2 2019. So, again, NOT much patience required. Holding AMYT shares is risky, because the outcome of all phase III trials is risky, but the risk has been mitigated to a certain extent because of the success of a previous phase III trial for another skin ailment (PTW's). At least the current phase III trial for EB wont be stopped because the treatment is unsafe and life threatening, so that's one risk eliminated. Holding AMYT shares now, however, is still a gamble. It's a punt on a successful outcome of a phase III trial for a treatment for an orphan disease (EB) that could prove to be very lucrative for AMYT (potential target annual market value for EB of over a billion Euro's with a very, very, high profit margin). We'll see what happens.
papillon
13/10/2018
12:47
Please explain, faxxer, to an ignoramus like me, exactly "What is going on here" and why you have "never seen this before"? What is the significance of it all?
papillon
13/10/2018
11:11
What is going on here? I've never seen this before ! ! https://imageshack.com/a/img922/4536/rZbnjD.jpg
faxxer
13/10/2018
00:28
Following the Istanbul consulate possible crime, will people start apply ethics to the buying of fuels?
gunsofmarscapone
13/10/2018
00:26
Pap, only 10% of compounds tested in vitro make it to the in vivo phase. More patience than even oil and gas is required. Guys theres no point in wind ups? We are all players here.
gunsofmarscapone
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