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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mosman Oil And Gas Limited LSE:MSMN London Ordinary Share AU0000XINET1 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.27 2,980,784 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.25 0.29 0.27 0.27 0.27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.56 -3.11 -1.01 2.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:28:05 O 2,072,377 0.26998 GBX

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26/6/2019
09:20
Mosman Oil And Gas Daily Update: Mosman Oil And Gas Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSMN. The last closing price for Mosman Oil And Gas was 0.27p.
Mosman Oil And Gas Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.24p and a 12 week average price of 0.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 1p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.22p.
There are currently 885,810,969 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,825,304 shares. The market capitalisation of Mosman Oil And Gas Limited is £2,391,689.62.
11/6/2019
21:46
searcher0: It really isn't, market is forward looking. Appreciate flow rates & such like won't be for a few weeks after but when your mcap is only 2.5m a solid discovery in a neighbouring block is more than likely to have positive ramifications for your project & sentiment which usually feeds into the share price. Applies not just to MSMN but O&G plays in general, sentiment can and does play a big part.
10/6/2019
06:56
lukmanpatel: Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
06/6/2019
19:07
spary1: But we will know if there is gas there in 2 weeks, it’s Centrals permit and as has been shown today they will release news to keep the market up to date, they can’t hold back information that will directly affect the share price, central went up 7% on today’s market update and that’s no mean feat on a company worth 100 million, stop trolling, your making yourself look desperate
05/6/2019
19:27
spary1: Nope I’m not ramping just countering your trolling Bulgarian, are you to thick to realise that 😂 it’s centrals permit so they will release news when THEY want to as it materially impacts there share price, they cannot with hold price sensitive news, ps Mosman can extend there permit but again your doing everything tho paint a picture that they can’t all for your greed and position you want to take, wonder how long before buying starts picking up?
14/5/2019
09:51
jaknife: The question is tho why the 32% discount if corners have been turned and the outlook is so encouraging? Isn't the question how did they manage to maintain the share price at the absurdly artificial price for almost a whole month?
03/5/2019
09:43
kippy123: Looks like the share price has stabilised Around 0.46 for the last week think it has found its level for now
30/4/2019
16:59
kevjones2: Spray continues to lie on Goon Central by pretending their listed trades are fact even though he's been told numerous times that they are guidelines based on a mathematical algorithm, and that the mms have zero influence on LSE's website operation. The liar never, ever whines when sells appear as buys. Here he is being schooled yet again on how the trades presented on LSE work. Thanks to the very good poster who uses the name 'cheapskater': "The algorithm LSE uses to denote a buy or a sell is pretty basic. The market records a trade at a certain price. It it is marked on here on anywhere as a sell or a buy is down to where it falls between the bid and ask. Abov ethe mid point it's said to be a buy and blue below the midpoint it's said to be a sell. I think we've all had buys marked as sells. It just means we got a good price through our dealing platform. MMs don't agree on bid and ask, anyone with Level 2 view can see that so the recorded bid/ask on here isn't necessarily the one your deal was made with. This is why trades are displayed incorrectly. i would be better if they were recorded as initiated as a sell or a buy and not just as a trader where there is a seller and a buyer. I wish trades were recorded the way they are made but the answer is they just aren't at the moment so the above/below mid point of what most MMs say is the bid/ask is all we have as an indicator. The other issue you have with MMs is that they walk bid/ask it down quickly and walk them up slowly. I suspect that's done through an automated algorithm too as you can't expect people to be watching the market and moving thises things up and down. If they raise the bid too fast then automated short term trading platforms and day traders unload at small profit threshold so the bid is dropped back down on a fewer number of sells which stops them from unloading any more, it basically put the brakes on share price volativity and stops too many short term trading plaforrms from making 5 small buys to raise the price and then 1 big sell to reap the reward. That would really be market manipulation. It's volatile enough in here at the moment as it is, but if that were allowed to happen then it would be no fun at all for the manual trading invester. So take a chill pill and just wait for news and if the share price hits your price point sell out. To me the fundamentals of what is going on with MSMN are good. I'm gambling on bigger numbers from Stanley 1 and a probably recompletion of Stanley 2 in a month or so as the gas saturation in the oile seems a bit high. I'm also hoping for the Santos drill announcing hitting commercial gas and helium from mid May. All that's going to speculatively shift the share price I'm just patient." No doubt Spray will continue to lie and then feign outrage and shock when his deliberate lies are removed by LSE admin. Seeing him sucking others in to this mm conspiracy is embarrassing. The share price of all companies are where they're at because that's the way the market sees them. MSMN is a mere dot on the financial landscape.
25/4/2019
09:34
daar: Big buyer taken advantage of the weakness in the share price!
11/4/2019
11:13
bckttsim: Looks like those MM's have been storing up millions of shares so the once the share price goes up a little its snapped right back.I mean nobody with a brain would sell for 20% when 100% could be on offer ....... would they ?
26/9/2015
22:08
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
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