Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lansdowne Oil & Gas Plc LSE:LOGP London Ordinary Share GB00B1250X28 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.40 0.00 07:48:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.35 0.45 0.40 0.40 0.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.41 -0.05 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.40 GBX

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Lansdowne Oil & Gas Daily Update: Lansdowne Oil & Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOGP. The last closing price for Lansdowne Oil & Gas was 0.40p.
Lansdowne Oil & Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.38p and a 12 week average price of 0.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.38p.
There are currently 933,618,337 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,513,216 shares. The market capitalisation of Lansdowne Oil & Gas Plc is £3,734,473.35.
jotoha2: Serious pressure will come from the Germans to open up Drilling for O&G within the area of the EU , so LOGP look like they are in a good place , lets hope it comes good for them.
tomboyb: NT at 0.65p - Have acquired both PVR and LOGP - Certainly with the current status quo -
bones698: Agree this has been a vehicle to pay for director wages for so long now and people keep falling for it . They aren't alone there's so many on aim but it's still azong how many fall for it . When I saw the name of the company supposedly supplying funding all I did was laugh . As many have said so many companies have already looked At barryroe and walked away even after successful drills to show there must be issues within . O have always held the belief that the same issues that ruined 7h gas are replicated in the oil pools making it very risky and costly to develop . With that in mind oil prices need to be a lot higher to even co soder taking it on imo. There is a lot of oil there that's always been known it's just very expensive to drill and test and that's why so many hae walked away imo. Maybe one day it may become viable but for me it's a long way off still and I doubt logp will be around to see it .
papillon: Buy on rumour, sell on fact. Very true in this case. LOGP share price has lost 98% of it's value since the high back in 2012. FACT! An abysmal performance! FACT! You can't argue with the facts.
papillon: There was a bullish flag that developed during the first half of April on the LOGP chart. Chart theory predicted a rise in the LOGP share price around equal to the rise in the share price prior to the start of the flag development. So chart theory predicted the share price to rise to 0.8p once the share price broke out of the flag formation (0.5p + 0.3p) since the initial rise was from circa 0.25p to 0.55p. I was thinking of having a punt on LOGP a few weeks ago, but decided against it as I don't want to start gambling on shares again by studying charts. The last time I successively did that was back in H2 2018 when I gambled on LOGP & PVR. Will this rise last? Probably not. We had a rising LOGP share price back in H2 2018/H1 2019 on the APEC speculation, but that didn't last. The fact is that Barryroe was first discovered by EXXON almost 50 years ago, but still hasn't produced oil commercially. Will it ever go into production? I have my doubts!
papillon: roadster750 6 Apr '20 - 09:37 - 60374 of 60379 Not much to go on! hTTps:// Norway address hTTps://,5.7315889,3a,75y,338.23h,83.19t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1szi_HgSXfR7WHO9iK1dV7uQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192 Funtimejonny 6 Apr '20 - 10:05 - 60375 of 60379 Looks like a Wework type of shared office facility. Couldn't find their name on the door anywhere. Couldn't "spot it" as they say. Sleepy 6 Apr '20 - 07:21 - 60369 of 60379 UK Companies House info on SpotOn Energy richpassi 6 Apr '20 - 07:28 - 60370 of 60379 hTTps:// Looking to sell or farmout your offshore oil and gas field development? Contact us for a discussion A deal or Desperation ! The webuyanycar of the off shore oil business ! Funtimejonny 6 Apr '20 - 08:45 - 60371 of 60379 Interesting post sleepy. Thanks. This outfit looks a bit like NUOG. Same business model. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The above are some realistic posts on the PVR bb. Looks like it could be a very good chance to dump your LOGP shares before reality strikes the LOGP share price
papillon: The LOGP share price has further to fall. As bones states there is absolutely no chance of a farm out of Barryroe. I thought it was ZERO before the recent big fall in the PoO. Now I think ZERO chance of a farm out is a definite certainty!
papillon: None of those fields you have mentioned has produced oil commercially, flawlesskicks. Some have produced gas, but experienced difficulties and some have been drilled, but produced nothing! You're just ramping flawlesskicks. The facts are that Barryroe was discovered in the early 1970's by Esso. They walked away. There have been a number of wells drilled on Barryroe since then; most flowed oil, but the field was never developed. The last well was drilled on Barryroe by PVR & LOGP back in early 2012. It flowed oil, but with the exception of a fantasy company called APEC PVR have failed to farm out Barryroe. bones has highlighted that the Barryroe field covers a very big area and suffers from compartmentalisation. This will make the oil very expensive to extract. Hence the lack of interest, by the oil majors, on farming into Barryroe. The oil also suffers from a high wax content. However sp's do not go down in a straight line. From watching similar AIM listed fantasy O&G's the sp's tend to be very volatile even if the overall trend is down. A bounce here wouldn't surprise me as Barryroe "believers" will be looking to average down (something they have been doing since the LOGP share price peaked at 70p back in 2012). Also I'm sure LOGP will attract the rampers and pumpers and dumpers (they already have in your case). They could make money if they are astute. It wouldn't surprise me if you made a good profit by pumping and dumping LOGP, flawlesskicks.
papillon: Yes, definitely a rollover, bones698. There was another one for 880k shares this morning. Again done at the offer price so both trades look like buys. There was a sell of 880k @ 1.09p and 16 seconds later the buy back of the 880k shares at 1.10p. The 880k x 0.01 p (£88) was the rollover fee. The fee for the rollover of the 4m shares yesterday was £400. A couple of deluded optimists on the lse LOGP bb today thought that the rollovers were separate buys and couldn't understand why the 2 x 4m + 2 x 880k trades, which were all recorded as buys on the lse & ADVFN sites because both rollovers were done at the offer price, led to no movement in the share price yesterday and a 4.76% decline today. Common sense should have told them if they were all buys then the LOGP share price would have risen, not declined!! of course if they had any common sense these two deluded optimists wouldn't be LOGP shareholders!! LOL. Earlier this year, in March, the CEO of Brandon Hill, Oliver Stansfield, bought 1m shares @ 2p. That news caused a spike to 2.725p. Last week he bought another 3m @ 1p. That caused a smaller spike to 1.2p. Unfortunately for shareholders who are buoyed by such news they should remember that "professional" investors get it wrong just like your average mug PI. Neil Woodford is a shining example of a "professional" who got it spectacularly wrong. He was the star fund manager who, once, could do no wrong in the eyes of his fan club. However he started to believe all the hype and thought he could walk on water and made an awful lot of bad investments and then made the even bigger mistake that gullible mug punters make and started to average down big time. He kept funding his unlisted gambles with more and more money at ever lower prices. He also took part in more than one placing in his listed shares and soon after watched the sp's plummet soon after each placing. KIE and PURP being examples.
papillon: The LOGP share price has risen by 20% on very low volume. All the trades today were small. Not one above 5k in value. Total value of the trades today was below 30k (less than 3m in volume). Could just be a "bull trap" following yesterday's RNS.
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