Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metalnrg Plc LSE:MNRG London Ordinary Share GB00B15FS791 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 15.38% 0.75 0.70 0.80 0.75 0.665 0.67 20,431,015 14:00:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 2

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23/2/2020
11:27
It's exactly the same link that nicelilyishere was posting yesterday - he has about 50 aliases on here and will no doubt do exactly the same tomorrow. I think it takes his mind off all his terrible investments..
dplewis1
23/2/2020
11:25
It's a spam link - he just wants you to follow him on twitter. There's no article it's just clickbait.. he's a very sad individual.
dplewis1
23/2/2020
10:33
Can you copy and paste please peter, for those of us who are not following him
madchatter2
23/2/2020
10:00
Sunday February 23 2020, 6.00am, The Sunday Times One of the markets undervalued stocks http://bit.ly/38wNos7
petershares1
23/2/2020
09:09
What are you hearing about Oakville?
richardjohn10
23/2/2020
08:07
Gold price action notched a 7-year high last week as bullion and precious metals caught bid following the latest deterioration in market sentiment Spot gold has potential to climb higher with recession risk growing more prominent due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak The price of gold could remain bolstered by plunging interest rates on 10-year Treasuries and an inverted yield curve rates and an inverted US Treasury yield curve Performance of precious metals this year – measured by spot gold (XAU/USD) and silver prices (XAG/USD) – outpace US stock market benchmarks like the Dow Jones Index. Since December 31, gold and silver prices have gained8.29% and 3.55% respectively since December 31 whereas the DJIAhas edged 1.59% higher as of the February 21 close. It was recently noted that gold price outlook brightened due to rising volatility in the wake of a new coronavirus outbreak (i.e. COVID-19).
oakville
23/2/2020
07:55
Coronavirus latest looks grim. Gold is the place to be.
oakville
23/2/2020
07:54
For those de-rampers hoping for a fund raising might be waiting a long time if the investment I am hearing about happens. I am back in the UK on Monday so when news breaks at least I won't be fast asleep.
oakville
23/2/2020
07:41
Petershares1 spamming the same link as nicelilyishere was yesterday
dplewis1
23/2/2020
07:31
Sunday February 23 2020, 6.00am, The Sunday Times One of the markets undervalued stocks http://bit.ly/38wNos7
petershares1
23/2/2020
07:12
It's not an update it's spam.
richardjohn10
22/2/2020
22:45
Can you copy and paste please. For those that aren't following them on twitter
madchatter2
22/2/2020
21:09
cracking broker upgrade http://bit.ly/38wNos7
nicelilyishere
22/2/2020
10:37
V interesting oakville. Do you Expect news on gold or oil first next week?
jfreshfield
22/2/2020
09:48
Can someone report Nicelilyishere please to the advfn admin urgently...spam merchant.... JOINT 18 FEB 2020
flavio_monteiro
22/2/2020
07:38
For those newbies on here, I tipped and bought MNRG at. 024p and a lot of shares later hold a considerable amount at an average of. 051. Because of this our small group of 5 based in Ontario try and find every little bit of information about the company including dialog with mining friends based in Botswana. Our fair price we believed would be about 2.8p however with the change in the price of gold we now get a valuation of 3p just on the Gold ridge, Prince, and and dive mine. Throw in the oil involvement (previous post popped up yesterday and looks as though it could have legs) and the true value of this company could be anywhere between 4.5 and 10p,!!
oakville
22/2/2020
07:28
February 21 2020. The month of December 2019 brought the first official statement of ExxonMobil on the sale of its stake in Neptun Deep, until then the company preferring not to comment the information appeared in the media. However, Romgaz and several companies have received a letter from the consultants hired by Exxon, ScotiaBank, in view of purchasing either the Romanian subsidiary or the stake held by it in Neptun Deep. Romgaz CEO Adrian Volintiru has announced that the main gas producer in Romania was interested in buying a minority stake of 15-20%. Despite the fact that Exxon has sent notifications to the Romanian regulators, as well as to OMV Petrom, informing them of its decision to sell its stake, the new minister of Economy and Energy, Virgil Popescu, claimed he did not know anything about this subject. Exxon’s decision seems to compromise at least in the short-and medium-term Black Sea gas exploitation, the sale process being complicated. Moreover, it is less likely that any of the major global producers will be interested in Neptun Deep. Romanian government officials have bet everything on a single card: that ExxonMobil would not leave Romania, irrespective of the increase in taxation under the Offshore Law or capping the price under GEO 114, after it has invested USD 700mln in Neptun Deep. But the US giant is the most important oil and gas company in the world, with annual revenues of USD 300bn, a profit in 2018 of USD 21bn and annual investments in exploration of over USD 25bn. In the company’s annual report for 2018, submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, it is shown that exploration costs worth USD 536mln were capitalized at Neptun Deep in the form of assets in the period between 2012, the year of field discovery, and 2016, when the exploration works were completed, this being the most expensive hydrocarbon production project with exploration works completed and ready to be launched of the portfolio of 40 such projects of the US giant ExxonMobil. “We continue to fulfil our role and obligations as operator for the project to advance and continue all steps for obtaining the necessary permits,” company representatives have mentioned. In turn, OMV CEO Rainer Seele has announced that OMV Petrom would adopt in 2020 a favourable final investment decision in the case of Neptun Deep project if the draft amendment to the Offshore Law were adopted. PM Ludovic Orban has recently stated that Romgaz would be interested in entering a consortium with OMV Petrom and a third company to develop Neptun Deep, mentioning that Russia’s Lukoil had also requested information about the sale. “If Exxon decides to sell, we want a serious partner, from the area of our partnerships – the European Union, NATO. Of course, we cannot decide in Exxon’s place to whom it should sell its stake, but there are also other offers.” “I have repeatedly stated publicly that a priority of my term was for Black Sea exploitation to be made in the shortest time possible. This exploitation is also a consolidation of national security, not only economic development. I would want Exxon to continue operations in Romania. If for internal reasons they want to leave, I recommend them to comply with the Romanian legislation used when they entered, i.e. Government Decision for transferring the license. I would also like Romgaz, a company of the Romanian state, to be part of the future consortium that will exploit this block. Black Sea operations are a matter of national security and I recommend that no one puts us to the test with this,” Minister of Economy, Energy and Business Environment Virgil Popescu said. The sale of Exxon’s stake requires the approval of the Romanian Government and would help the US group get closer to its objective of raising USD 15bn from asset sale by 2021. Regarding the aforementioned, Razvan Nicolescu – Energy & Resources Industry Leader for Romania within the Consulting practice in Deloitte, claims that “ExxonMobil is difficult to replace, as it is the most experienced organization in the world in the field of deep offshore drilling projects. For this reason, if it stays, it’s a good thing for the Romanian energy sector. In other words, there is no other company more capable than Exxon to implement this project fast, with reduced environmental risks and at the lowest costs. “The reasons of ExxonMobil’s departure are related to the internal policy of the company, as well as to the baffles of some officials and PSD parliamentarians,221; he added. In his opinion, “the position of the current Government of Romania – that the departure of the company should take place under the same terms as its arrival – is very correct. The Government says: we want to give our approval on who comes. To keep a correct relation with the state, it is important for both Exxon and the future buyer to take into account this request of the state. My preference on a potential replacement heads to a large US company that can quickly implement the project. It is important for Romania to have economic relations as consistent as possible with the US. It should be avoided that these exploitations fall within the sphere of influence of a country that holds almost a monopoly in terms of gas supplies in the region. Here it’s not about ideology, but the need to ensure energy security by diversification and competition. If major US companies are not interested, at least it should be one from the EU or the UK.” “The most important for Romania is that these projects are made quickly, enjoy success and the state to collect taxes, direct and indirect, at a fair level,” Razvan Nicolescu concluded.
oakville
21/2/2020
23:37
The bit that fits.
driver101
21/2/2020
22:23
Which was?
jfreshfield
21/2/2020
22:13
Another piece of the jigsaw fell into place today...
oakville
21/2/2020
17:11
Chart nice. Gold price up. Two lots of news due both game changing. What's more to like? Next week gonna be fun
jfreshfield
21/2/2020
13:05
Chart looking very nice
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