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  -0.10p -3.67% 2.625p 835,581 15:08:34
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Oil & Gas Producers -0.35 -0.10 17.5

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22/3/2019
08:20
Lansdowne Oil Daily Update: Lansdowne Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOGP. The last closing price for Lansdowne Oil was 2.73p.
Lansdowne Oil has a 4 week average price of 2.03p and a 12 week average price of 1.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.10p.
There are currently 665,349,846 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,711,217 shares. The market capitalisation of Lansdowne Oil is £17,465,433.46.
20/2/2019
12:30
papillon: "been some dilution but not that much" Not much dilution? Really senn? Fact checker The last placing (26/7/2011) before the appraisal well was drilled on Barryroe, back in 2011/2012, increased the LOGP shares in issue to 122,358,159 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lansdowne-oil-LOGP/share-news/Issue-of-Equity/48564586 The current number of LOGP shares in issue is 665,349,846 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lansdowne-oil-LOGP/share-news/Lansdowne-Oil-Gas-plc-Total-Voting-Rights/79152825 I'd say that was a lot of dilution, senn! That's an increase of the shares in issue by a factor of 5.44. The LOGP share price reached a high of circa 35p before the spudding of the Barryroe appraisal well on 21/11/2011. As the Barryroe news was released the share price rose to a high of circa 55p, before dropping back to circa 32p on profit taking, before rising again to an all time high of circa 65p.
18/1/2019
19:14
papillon: "I guess people have short memories....good old boy papillion was slating this stock relentlessly some while ago......until he bought back back in...odd that!!" >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Of course, "good old boy papillon", was "slating this stock relentlessly some while ago". PVR had been trying to farm out Barryroe since summer 2012. The LOGP share price had gone from a high of 65p in summer 2012 to just 0.8p in December 2017 and during those 5 years LOGP had relinquished it's other Celtic Sea exploration licences leaving it basically with 10% of Barryroe where PVR had been unable, or unwilling (too busy wildcatting in the Atlantic margin), to drill the wells necessary to prove Barryroe was commercial and convert a 2C resource to a 2P reserve. HOWEVER, here and there, that all changed with the RNS dated 28/12/2017. At long last it looked like PVR was progressing Barryroe: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lansdowne-oil-LOGP/share-news/Lansdowne-Oil-Gas-plc-Barryroe-Oil-Field-Update/76371912 The LOGP share price spiked up on that news and the LOGP chart turned bullish at long last. That Barryroe progress was confirmed by the RNS dated 28/3/2018: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lansdowne-oil-LOGP/share-news/Lansdowne-Oil-Gas-plc-Barryroe-Farm-Out-Agreemen/77050482 The LOGP share price spiked up again on that news. However it fell back down again and I made 3 small purchases at 1.50p, 1.28p and 1.40p in the summer of 2018 as I was convinced it was odds on that the farm out agreement would be confirmed. I circa doubled my money on those small purchases. I don't know what you base your investment decisions on, here and there, but I base mine on the facts and the chart!! Just over a year ago the Barryroe facts and the LOGP chart turned from ABSOLUTELY AWFUL to pleasantly encouraging. Unlike you and bones698, here and there, I BASE MY OPINION & INVESTMENT DECISONS ON THE FACTS & THE LOGP CHART, not on wishful thinking. I have a pragmatic and open mind. Once the facts and the chart change I change my opinion, unlike bones698, who has a completely closed mind when it comes to LOGP & Barryroe.
18/12/2018
23:25
papillon: "Charting on a share like logp isn't the way to go imo just because it drops does not mean it will bounce back" >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Actually bones, who says that "Charting" implies if a share like LOGP drops it will mean it will bounce back? "Charting" doesn't imply that at all! The share could just continue to fall. The LOGP share price is news driven. It rose significantly following the RNS announcing the closure of the Barryroe farmout. As always is the case with these rises it become overbought and fell back on profit taking and PI's losing interest and going on to the next hot stock. It's fallen back even more on news; the Irish National Trust objection to the permit for the site survey and the falling PoO. At the current price I think it was worth my while having a small punt. There is obviously the possibility the share price could fall further. That's a risk I'm happy to take. I don't bet big money! "Charting" is just a historical record of the share price. One tries to use that historical data to try and predict the future. It's not fool proof! No one has a crystal ball! PS You said I was wrong to buy LOGP back in the summer. You were wrong and I was right!! Of course you may be right this time, however you seem to have an arrogant attitude about you. You seem to be under the impression that you are always correct, but you are NOT as my successful purchases @ 1.40p , 1.25p & 1.50p in the summer show. I accept your opinion bones698, but please kick your arrogant "I'm always right" attitude into touch because you are NOT always right..
23/11/2018
17:32
papillon: "My bigger concerns are the compartmentalization risks which for me are a lot higher than anyone thinks" Fair enough, bones698. Obviously the APEC consortium believe the risks are a lot lower than what you think and are obviously prepared to back their judgement with around US$200m of hard cash. I don't know if you have any oil industry expertise, but I don't think that APEC would have closed the farm in deal without paying for the opinion of oil industry experts and geologists. Only time will tell who is correct, you, or the experts APEC employed. I have absolutely no idea whether your fears are justified, or not, since I have NO oil industry expertise whatsoever. Obviously how rapidly LOGP's share of the appraisal costs are repaid will depend on the prevailing PoO and gas price during the early years of production and that's something no one can predict. Holding & buying LOGP is obviously a gamble. It's a gamble on next years appraisal well program and the PoO & gas when (and if) production starts. Unfortunately when a share price is rapidly rising some buyers only see the positives, but when the share price starts to fall they start having doubts and begin to see the negatives. If you look back over the last 12 months you will see the LOGP share price spiked up on the initial farm in news around 11 months ago, but that enthusiasm soon dissipated and the share price quickly fell back. The same happened around 8 months ago when the APEC deal was announced, subject to closure. Then the 3rd spike up was 2 months ago on the farm in deal being closed and this time the rise was more long lived. However the share price has now started to fall back from that 2.95p intraday high. Possibly because many buyers have already filled their boots and the falling share price makes a few nervous holders sell. The daily volume has fallen inline with the share price I await the next news!
22/11/2018
11:18
papillon: "I doubt it will be the case that LOGP's share price will flat-line, albeit with oscillations, until the appraisal well program starts next year. I expect news flow before then, starting with preparatory work, securing rig and supplies etc, to give a boost that confirms the development is on schedule." >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> But isn't the "preparatory work, securing rig and supplies etc" WHEN "the appraisal well program starts", Divmad? I think it is and that's what I meant in my post when I posted "I don't expect any fireworks from the LOGP share price until next year when we get closer to the appraisal well program starting". I don't expect further SIGNIFICANT news on Barryroe until the New Year that would impact the LOGP sp; you obviously do.
19/11/2018
23:06
papillon: "Ignore the daily share price fluctuation, focus on the market cap" But the Mkt Cap depends on the share price, phoebusav, so the Mkt Cap will go "up and down" in line with the fluctuations in the sp I think it's unwise to ignore the daily share price fluctation because it's beneficial, moneywise, in timing your share purchases (or sells). Don't forget some punters paid 3p per share just a few weeks and today some punters only paid 2.10-2.14p per share. I know what price I'd prefer to pay. Unfortunately the volatility in the LOGP share price means it pays to follow the RSI chart indicator. A few weeks ago LOGP quickly went overbought on the RSI. Today it's not yet oversold on the RSI so the share price could yet go lower in the short term. But chart indicators are not infallible, so who knows what will happen? Is 2.10p the short term bottom, or will it go lower? I've no idea.
07/11/2018
11:44
papillon: Ftj, the guy "in charge of this site", Reesyheli, gave up on LOGP long ago. It appears he was heavily invested in both LOGP & SEA and the failure of the gas exploration well in 2015 and the death of SEA in 2016 were the final straws that broke the camels back. Looking at his posting history he gave up posting on shares in August 2017. He has made only one post in 2018 and that was back in August and that was on the "Moms Mabley Picture Book" board. Presumably that site is just a social media site and nothing to do with shares. Someone needs to start a new LOGP thread if they want to change & update the information in the header. Don't look at me though! I've never started a new advfn thread and at my age I'm not about to start now! LOL. PS. The LOGP share price has held up well so far today. It wouldn't surprise mean to see the LOGP share price back over 3p soon. Then again it wouldn't surprise me to see it fall back below 2.4p soon. "You pays your money and you makes your choice". I can't predict short term share price fluctuations. Good luck to those who think they can!
25/9/2018
20:43
papillon: I don't need your investment advice, druidinvestor. I make up my own mind, thank you. You have your opinion and I have mine. It wouldn't surprise me to see the PVR share price decline tomorrow on profit taking and the LOGP share price rising again. Conversely it wouldn't surprise me to see the PVR share price continue to rise tomorrow and the LOGP share price to continue to fall. Maybe both will stay the same tomorrow? I can't predict share prices; maybe you can!:-) I agree Ftj that there is absolutely no way that Lampe & Brandon will pull the plug on LOGP after being so supportive so far, but they are not charities. They do and will take their pound of flesh in return for their support. I still think that their continued support will mean more share dilution for LOGP shareholders (apart from Lampe & Brandon!). To my mind the lack of ready cash @ LOGP means they are up sh*t creek without a paddle because LOGP will have to beg for more support from Lampe & Brandon, or raise cash via a placing. Either way it will entail yet more share price dilution for existing small shareholders. However if you are correct, Ftj and they still have an outstanding portion of the loan to drawdown then they are NOT up sh*t creek without a paddle!
06/4/2018
11:57
papillon: Why do you keep posting such silly, sky high, share price valuations, euclid5? With a current share price of just 1.375p the "Market" obviously thinks a 52p target share price for LOGP is ludicrous! I agree with the "Market"! You'd have to be a Walter Mitty fantasist to believe a 52p LOGP share price is possible, unless they consolidate!! LOL. PS. Now we know why the share price rapidly fell back following the initial euphoria on the farm out news; those in the know knew there was a placing on the way @ 1.3p. Ideal opportunity to sell & short shares @ any price above 1.3p.
17/12/2014
12:58
papillon: The share price doesn't lie. Look at the chart in the header. In January 2013 the LOGP share price was over 50p. Now it's under 7p. Only good news will push the LOGP share price into double figures again. Is that likely to happen anytime soon? I've no idea and neither does anyone else who posts on this bb, however the LOGP share price doesn't fill me with confidence we will hear good news anytime soon! I may know nothing, like the rest of the posters on this bb, but you can be certain that some know what is happening behind the scenes and that is being reflected in the current LOGP sp!
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