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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.02 -13.79% 0.125 0.12 0.13 0.135 0.11 0.14 27,927,292 14:38:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.6 -3.1 -1.0 - 1

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27/2/2020
14:53
https://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/5e57c3ed69849d1689f1c55c/mosman-oil-and-gas-acquisition-of-assets-in-usa-stanley-4-updateStarts at 3pm
talais
27/2/2020
14:09
well ive just bought a sizeable percentage of the company at under .12p had alarge holding here a few years ago and been looking for a good in price.
rental
27/2/2020
13:52
PICS. This first acquisition of additional acreage is an existing oil producing lease "Greater Stanley 1" covering circa 36 acres and situated near the existing Stanley Project The second acquisition is an adjacent lease circa 35 acre lease with no wells, "Greater Stanley 2" HTTP://ow.ly/81db50yxqJ6
stocktradingone
27/2/2020
13:30
What a complete disaster. Although my predictions have been repeatedly correct for about 3 years now (in fairness, a well-trained monkey could see what's happening here) it should be said that even I didn't see the complete and utter shambles it has turned out to be. I expected the share price to go to 0.02p alright but then I expected a share consolidation of about 100 to 1. This would have given spray and his few ramping buddies something to lie about. Now, it looks like it'll be a 200 to 1 share scamsolidation at around 0.05p. Meh, it'll be enough to enable the ramping liars to suck in a few more morons before the inevitable. I should mention that although my back garden is not quite 35 acres, it'd cost a hell of a lot more that 30 grand. LOL. And I have no oil!
kevjones2
27/2/2020
11:39
Mosman First three wells are producing with the fourth well on schedule to be drilled this month HTTP://ow.ly/8HYt50yxl58 🔹Production at Stanley in 2020 has commenced in line with the average for the previous six months with a programme of recompletions now underway
sharejim
27/2/2020
11:36
Spray lies
kevjones2
27/2/2020
11:27
It's stupid selling now with drilling results due. Even worse is selling and putting your money into another AIM share.
adrianuk
27/2/2020
08:26
Spray lies.
kevjones2
26/2/2020
19:04
The latest blather on LSE: "..My email to JB. The reply was pathetic as always. He said obviously I do not agree with many of your statements. He does not give a hoot about us nor the share price I am aware that you do read the lse board quite frequently and you must have realised your strongest supporters are no longer supporting the company. There is clear evidence from the latest placement that long term shareholders have felt the greatest discontent with the way Mosman is being run. The last couple of placements have clearly knocked Mosman out. The heavy discount provided to investors show that you as management do not believe in your company bring valued higher. You cannot blame or finger point at any external activities reflecting the share-price. The pace or the activities to-date are very slow for a company like Mosman. Understand that you are not the operator but one drill in 7 months for S3 is clearly not acceptable. While all you have burnt through the last placing of £700k. I belive the latest placing was to get Etx capital on board and not that mosman required the placing? Judging by the share price and sentiment it is clear you are wholly responsible for its demise. Clearly investors are not interested even though we are valued at mere £1million.." Haha it looks like the BoD have been rumbled by a bunch of LT buffoons who know FA about the O&G space. That takes something.
bulgarian
26/2/2020
13:02
Is that another all time low hit today? Some muppet just sold a few at .126.
bulgarian
23/2/2020
08:12
Spray1, The point is that after all these years, and all the supposed progress being made at this great firm, it is still dependent on raising funds at the bucket shops. If they didn't need the latest 300K they surely wouldn't have negotiated a deal at such a discount to the then prevailing share price Maybe you and your chums over the road should negotiate the next fund-raise? ;-) I read somewhere one poster suggesting they should have got a loan off HPR instead. HOw naive is that?
bulgarian
22/2/2020
18:27
All this chuff about city spivs etc. Largely noise. The firm needed funds to exist on present production levels with the horrendous overheads. The BoD chose to accept a fund-raise at the discount to then share price Take it or leave it. Any disappointment at the last funding raise lies at the door of the BoD. I remember Spraywit posting for years that the BoD were aligned with PIs. MMmmm.
bulgarian
20/2/2020
19:52
JJWFC, You're on the wrong BB budgie brain. I think even Spray1 recognises he got that wrong.
bulgarian
19/2/2020
11:06
Bulgarian and Kev Jones on the same BB no surprise if their the same person.
jjw fan club
18/2/2020
21:32
Well thought it was the bottom as you say, news flow was coming up with production update, Stanley’s doing well to counter the Arkoma drop and still have an overall rise, then S4, we all know sentiment is a big key and feel that was coming back, until that damn placing at this discount, seems the same across aim though with these bucket shop brokers, there was a phrase that Sweatysock used, lower than the dog dirt on my shoe that the dogs wouldn’t sniff, something along those lines anyway. Placing amount the same as what Blackstone owe, now is this why production dropped at Arkoma, need workovers maybe and no funds without the third party ? Just a thought ? Yep 200 million, says they went to a few investors that the bucket shop arranged, but yes let’s make them hold them for a while, serves the greedy pigs right though
spary1
18/2/2020
18:41
So many points made on GC recently which underline the general consensus that shareholders feel even more alienated. (Ignoring those who have popped up looking for a quick 10% on last weeks drop.) Rightly so. Perhaps because the share price has largely been in the same trading range for last 9-12 months, people thought that was the bottom - but that was always going to be unlikely. The latest placing has had a more marked impact - 200M of those golden tickets are going to take a long time to clear. Listening to today's market update from the "Technical Director" it sounds like all focus is on the Baja projects. Which begs the question what value is he adding exactly over and above the Baja people who seem eminently competent? I don't see the Texan projects moving the share price near term, in the way that anything JV related in Oz probably would. And that surely is what the long suffering deserve? All imho of course ;-)
bulgarian
18/2/2020
16:12
Maybe you need to listen to the latest interview to hear they might be getting the message, obviously I don’t expect you to understand thicko
spary1
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