Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mosman Oil & Gas LSE:MSMN London Ordinary Share AU0000XINET1 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.725p 498,537 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.70p 0.75p 0.725p 0.725p 0.725p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -7.1 -3.4 - 2.50

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Mosman Daily Update: Mosman Oil & Gas is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSMN. The last closing price for Mosman was 0.73p.
Mosman Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 0.65p and a 12 week average price of 0.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.60p.
There are currently 344,902,696 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,040,358 shares. The market capitalisation of Mosman Oil & Gas is £2,500,544.55.
mr donkeykong: Hey Spasticus You should follow Mr Kong. Look at the syrian shs I told you about. Obviously I did not want to tell you the ticker Spiked 80%+ at one point today, and still has 100%+ in the tank. mr donkeykong6 Jul '17 - 15:44 - 5650 of 5659 0 0 Edit mr donkeykong - 29 Jun 2017 - 18:15:40 - 178 of 188 MOSMAN Returns 5p - MSMN Hello Spasticus You need to buy like Mr Kong circa 0.70- 0.75p, then hold for 3m-4m. The name of the game is buy low sell high. From the grapevine it's being said it has worked a few times for Mr Kong. This technique is called rinse and repeat. Another exercise would happen in a famous Syrian O&G company.
markymanc: More like a roulette wheel than a share. Price is all over the place. Take your pick, higher or lower?
carla1: Ps.... Anyone twigged ?? Work out our share price and cash and investments !! She Gonna BLOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
carla1: All Long termer's here will know we have also made very profitable investments in other companies and the share price we invested at, has MULTI BAGGED !!... generating cash... as stated in the RNS... the profit is to be re invested and NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING is REQUIRED !!! This Company has turned the corner, investing its cash pile very wisely !! TRY HARDER ... NEGATIVE ONES... this company is NOW GENERATING CASH !!
investment dave: Mosman Oil and Gas Limited (AIM: MSMN) the New Zealand and Australia focused oil exploration and development company, is pleased to note recent releases made by both Gem International Resources Inc. (TSX.V GI) ("GEM") and Hemisphere Energy Corporation (TSX.V HME) ("HME") in respect to their operations.Gem International Resources Inc. (TSX.V GI)As announced in May 2016, Mosman acquired 8 million shares and 8 million two year 15 cent (CAN) options in GEM at a price of 5 (CAN) cents. Mosman's investment currently represents just under 20 per cent. of GEM's issued share capital and the current share price is 12.5 (CAN) cents.
investment dave: I hope they do comment about the share price as i will be buying another 5m if the price falls below 1p
oilgeezer: FROM THE SFO WEBSITE What is share ramping? Share ramping (also known as 'pump and dump' and 'book ramping') is where criminals influence the share price of a company and then take advantage of it. It is commonly done by bringing a company to the market with false expectations of its profitability. Alternatively it can be done by buying shares in a company when they are at a low price and then starting a rumor that the company is being taken over. When the share price rises, the shares are sold at a profit.
keya5000: From lse, poster holds history and by and large has been fairly accurate with his info; MSMN where now ?Today 21:45MOSMAN OIL & GAS (MSMN) PART ONE I can now tell you a little more about future developments we can expect at MOG. Cast your minds back a few weeks and most people considered this was a great deal for MSMN when only 40% Ownership was proposed, well now we have 70% and retain Operator Status, and 70% gives us Full Control at Board Level, with JB firmly controlling the Costs, a fantastic result, the BOD have pulled off an amazing deal. Given that we now have approx. 177m shares in issue (still not a huge amount looking at other O & G AIM Co for ex LGO has over 3 Billion shares) We can quickly see the M/Caps for a given share price 10p = £17.7m 20p = £35.0m 30p = £53.0m 40p = £70.0m The Future A huge amount of work has gone on behind the scenes, you will be pleasantly surprised once Monthly Production Figures are released. The 12 Projects AC alludes to, will in reality mean Production increases almost on a monthly basis, lots of positive news flow/Production RNS etc. I urge you not to forget about the Gas, LPG and ability to produce Electricity, nor the size of the Oil and Gas Field’s, further work-overs inc Horizontal Drilling and the max target of 8,000 bpd production facility, I still pinch myself at what we own and how cheap the deal, all because the facility no longer fitted Origins Plans ! The cost of Drilling, Work-overs, Pumps etc has fallen by about 35% in NZ, coupled with a 25% drop in the GBP vs NZ$, in real Terms, this is a perfect time to initiate work and also Long term Contract negotiation towards Murchison. I know that some of the larger Drilling Co are prepared to charge zero to get the work, and take a small cut of Production, a possible option perhaps, cutting back on cash burn massively, which will appeal to JB’s accountancy instincts ! MURCHISON The whisper in the Souq is that Murchison will drill as early as Dec, latest March/April, either date is not too far away. Given the absolutely staggering figures for Murchison, I expect the share price to start moving up ahead of Drilling, on top of any upward pressure on the share price with the 12 Projects underway, in addition there may be a good increase in the price of oil by March/April, the Spring time (N.Hemisphere) will see us testing new highs, I wont be surprised to see 40p or 50p ahead of drilling. In addition, I've just read an interesting article about el Nino, moving Jetstreams and a very long, harsh cold winter in the USA a COSTS I expect the New Year will see some info on Running costs, Production, Earningsetc Also look out for 2 Independent Reports on MSMN due any day. This will allow a proper analysis of costs, the production of a Spread Sheet and a deeper understanding going forward. Given JB’s background, I know he is adamant not to employ one single person, if not absolutely required, Lean and Mean ! THE FUTURE Lets assume Murchison is a medium success, the share price rises strongly, what then, oh yes - PC ! revisit and drill, and advanced work in OZ. PC – holds oil, further away, deeper flanks are what we are aiming for, this could be highly profitable, relatively low cost, medium depth and massively boost the profitability of the Co. I know AC is itching to get back there and prove to the World there is Oil, lots of it and able to move and pump it to the surface, watch this space. Where will MSMN be in say 24 - 36 months ? probably well on the way to Mid Cap status, on the basis of the following Assume STEP in 36 months has implemented all 12 short term projects and drilled 5 x Horizontal wells, daily production sits at 4,500 bpd (3,150 to MSMN) and oil is now $80 pb Remember also the 4,500 bpd is just over half of what the facility can handle (8,000 bpd) 3,150 x 365 x $80 = $92m at ($1.55 = £1) equals £59m Using a multiple of 6 to arrive at a Co Valuation Company Value approx. £360m @ 177m* shares = £2.03 * Note further small dilution is possible* No allowance for Gas, LPG or Electrical Production No value attached to the $100m Facility No value given after new CPR to add any Reserves But you could assign $4pb but how many Barrels ? No allowance for Murchison Now be really pessimistic and reduce everything by 50% Share price £1.01 or x 20 bagger on todays price Or be optimistic Assume Murchison is a reasonable success (mid NPV figures) New CPR, adding some value GAS, LPG and Electrical Generation add $36m pa Share price possibly somewhere north of £4.50 Now jump forward another 24 months and production nearing max 8,000 bpd – run your calcs again and you see MSMN’s 70% is now 5,600 bpd or $163m pa OR £105m pa And I have not mentioned OZ in any calculation, that is for another day, but the possible figures might be huge and propel MSMN in to an Market Cap of staggering proportions. MSMN is run by 2 very shrewd/sharp ambitious, yet cautious professionals, I trust them with a large slice of my Pension. The thinking is the Oil and Gas fields with the STEP Project are far larger than ‘origin’ally thought (pardon the Pun) only 3% of the oil has been recovered, given that the Field is possibly much larger, a new modern 3D survey, new technologies to increase RF, down hole Pumps, Horizontal/Octopus drilling from a single Pad at vastly reduced cost, in a stable Country with low Oil Taxes – lets just – lets just assume for a minute the Field actually holds 70m barrels, you may think I am crazy, but just allow me a whiff of optimism ! assume a 30% RF (AC thinks 35% is possible) and av 8,000 bpd production, total days to empty the field = 2,625 days or 7.2 years ! But in that time, technology will have allowed RF to increase to probably nearer 40% or 9 years production. Do not fret at these seemingly short timescales, there is PC, Murchison, and OZ to bolster/increase Production. In short there is so much going for MSMN, more Investors will buy in and II will buy in once our M/Cap passes £100m (55p) Remember, currently NO DEBT. I still think the average Investor does not realise the FULL POTENTIAL…R30;. Most will look back in years to come, at this deal and wonder why they did not buy more shares. There are other Plans going on in the background, 2 of these could really stir up the share price and surprise the City, audacious ! and it is Not MEO Another good question, is MSMN bidding in the current round of NZ Onshore/Offshore licences ? large area’s……… I own MSMN shares, these are my thoughts and info. DO NOT BUY ANY MSMN SHARES ON ANYTHING I STATE or SUGGEST or ASSUME PLEASE DYOR
dugfresh: nvestment summary Australasian focus: Catalysts in the short term Since listing on AIM in Q114, Mosman Oil and Gas (MSMN) has begun to create an interesting portfolio of assets with a range of catalysts in the near and medium term. In NZ, MSMN has drilled three wells on PEP 38526 in the South Island (outside the Taranaki basin in the North Island where all NZ production is currently located). It is undertaking extended well testing ahead of further development drilling. The company was awarded three licences in the last NZ Block award and has recently had SRK conclude a review of the Murchison Licence, declaring over 159mmbbl of recoverable P50 oil or 13,271bcf of recoverable gas in a mix of conventional and potentially game changing unconventional tight gas. In Australia, two stock-based deals have grown the portfolio beyond the Officer Basin (the sole Australian asset at listing), to gain a commanding but early stage position in the Amadeus Basin and interest offshore in the Otway Basin. Short-term catalysts for the share price will be work on EP478, on which MSMN can gain a 17.5% interest by paying 25% of the first well costs. We note that in a separate deal with Buru Energy, Apache has the option to farm-in up to 40% of EP478 with the final interest being determined by the level of farm-in. If MSMN elects not to increase its stake, it will retain a 7.5% working interest. We are of the belief that continued efforts to secure an unsolicited bid for MEO Australia (ASX:MEO) will be unsuccessful as MSMN have less than 3% acceptance from MEO shareholders. Financials: Financing required MSMN has effectively utilised the capital it raised to date and is leveraging its share capital to acquire distressed companies that complement its strategy, namely the Trident and OilCo deals. Since listing, MSMN has undertaken a number of small fundraisings and more will be required, but we note that if the NZ appraisal continues to be effective, the timescale to cash flow could be very quick given the shallow nature of the wells and ease of access to markets. We have not modelled any equity fund-raising, but note this is the most likely route as debt will be unobtainable at present given the stage of development of the assets. Funding will be required to participate in the EP478 well (which Apache is a partner on) and for near-term seismic work. In the longer term, the more exploration-focused assets will require farm-downs to reduce capital and risk exposure. Sensitivities: Not without challenges MSMN will be faced with attracting farm-in partners in a difficult market very much favouring the farminee given the number of opportunities on the market. The development work in NZ is dependent on further assessment and production testing – key in the unusually shallow reservoir. We therefore place great emphasis on the results of ongoing production testing. Drilling a well on the Murchison prospects will also help attract momentum to the stock. Funds will need to be raised to drill a well at Murchison, but results could be game changing. Valuation: Early stage but room to grow It is difficult to place a firm NAV on Mosman given the early stage of its assets. Acquired at low cost, the Australian portfolio is particularly early, however there are a number of catalysts that should provide value in the near term (including the drilling of a well on EP478, conversion of licences and seismic interpretation outcomes). The assets in NZ have unrisked oil in place and recoverable oil numbers and we have assessed these conservatively ahead of firmer reserve numbers to deliver a RENAV of 6.3p/share based on the Cobden Limestone Formation only. The shallow drilling depths and rapid timescale for production provide an in-ground value of US$14.3/bbl and indicate that, while not without risk, the assets have the potential to be a great catalyst for Mosman. Mosman Oil and
oldtown: "Lies, lies and more lies from these obnoxious people. Just spent 25 minutes on the phone to the LPA." by the end of this imaginary call these imaginary police officers where probably accused of being matrket making manipulaters/ shorters or being in acrimninal gang to reduce the MSMN share price. pmsl
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