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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
  -0.005 -2.94% 0.165 17,715,129 09:24:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.16 0.17 0.17 0.165 0.17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.21 -3.91 -0.40 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:09:06 O 235,294 0.16 GBX

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17/5/2021
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 0.17p.
Mosman Oil And Gas Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.14p and a 12 week average price of 0.14p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.23p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 3,646,513,052 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 83,725,637 shares. The market capitalisation of Mosman Oil And Gas Limited is £6,016,746.54.
06/5/2021
22:28
244dk: I answered your question. This is a bulletin board to express views. Your posts on lse were 100% ramp, regardless of the placings, the dilution and the plummeting share price Would you consider that normal? You pass it off as being positive about a share that you own. Each to his/her own.
06/5/2021
19:13
244dk: Spary, this is a bulletin board where different views are expressed. I very much doubt that anything posted here will effect a share price. Lucky that helium is the current topic. It allowed the bod to get another placing away. Without that £1.5m there didn't look to be enough left in the pot for our ambitious drilling programme of at least one drill every quarter to increase our oil production by 700%. Still, oil isn't the focus right now.
04/5/2021
09:33
spary1: Ford Fairlane, I have been here a long time and this ID has taken over from Bully, after I pointed out 5 years of trolling, read into that what you want. TBH I think it’s another oil co after EP145, notice how the overtime kicks in as soon as the share price moves up, surely that’s good news for any share holder?
01/4/2021
18:58
bulgarian: Nothing to complain about here. All happy chilled & relaxed, and all apparently going to plan according to the koolaid brigade. (Just ignore the share price )
27/3/2021
16:11
spary1: 244dk the only share holder who doesn’t want the share price up, how enlightening Stockhunter, you do realise that we are talking about EP145 don’t you, as that is what the fund raising was for? As I say again I wonder who you are working for.
27/3/2021
11:36
supercity: One of my shares where there was two constantly negative posters was PREM.They didn't have one good word to say from 0.05p and it six bagged - best thing to do is click the ignore user button and watch it steadily climb.Markets are far different today than they were in previous years - dotcom style booms in share prices are happening and will continue to happen for many months yet
18/3/2021
09:32
spary1: Stockhunter, you bang in about a placing everyday so please tell me which is most favourable. 1. Share price is ramped up to trigger warrants and provide further funding if needed at a higher share price less dilution 2. We have trolling to lower the share price and a discount placing with more dilution if funds needed Please answer as a share holder with an actual holding would answer. This should be an easy one even for you
23/2/2021
16:22
244dk: Yet another underwhelming rns! 2 price monitoring extensions? What for, the share price hardly flickered and trades were virtually at a standstill. Got to wonder where the share price might be if they'd drilled galaxie by the end of last year. Fully funded, so what's holding them back? As for Arkoma, WTF!!
21/12/2020
11:56
spary1: 244dk or old Doug666 from LSE, I know your game as do others, busy trader when news drops and then wants the share price to drop so can rejoin next news. Like to keep your powder dry if I remember correctly. That early posting gives you away Fella. Now as much as we all hate placings and especially to the city scum. Yep I have been diluted to hell, but how else do you get money to buy prospects and drill? Do you think trolls like the Bulgarian and stockhunter ID help the share price? They help you and your trading but that’s it Stockhunter, I can’t see anyone ramping but I do see you trolling, why are you here again ?
22/11/2020
13:59
spary1: Cheapskater Premium Member Posts: 496 Price: 0.165 No Opinion RE: RE: Falcon 1 well combined total of c543 boepd. MSMN net 271 boepdToday 18:54 I for one want the warrants to be exercised as it will mean the share price is about double what it is now for them to do that. I'd rather see a surge of interest and the price move up to 0.3, or beyond and then we hear that all the warrants have been exercised as that's cash in the bank, £1.3m+ of it. Even if Falcon makes MSMN profitable it will only just be over the line. Galaxie drill is funded from last month's issue. If F1 is company operating in the black then a successful G1 to a similar level is financial security and the warrant income is something that can be held onto as company reserves and not just reinvested or dwindled on more lavish operating costs. Why put it into reserves? Profitable companies get something that unprofitable ones don't and that's access to bank funding. Access to a few million in bank funds while there are cash reserves to pay interest allows investment in other existing projects until those project delivier ROI to reduce loans top up reserves and reinvest. Such projects maybe 1st horizontal well at Welch if they still want it, while exploring and drilling Greater Stanleys while doing enough to keep EP145 ticking over so nobody can try to squeeze MSMN to lose the permit. The big risk then is once MSMN are just about standing on two feet financially the BoD try to run before they are really walking by trying to go too big, too soon and one or two projects don't succeed. Then the debts rack up and it's back to the market before the share price drops too far. It may take patience from people as there may be no magic EP145 bullet but if the warrants are exercised it really does have the potential to be the last dilution based on the success criteria above. MSMN really look like that can now go places.
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