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Nu-oil And Gas Plc LSE:NUOG London Ordinary Share GB00B29T9605 ORD 0.1P
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  -0.01p -4.26% 0.225p 908,127 09:13:30
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0.21p 0.24p 0.235p 0.225p 0.235p
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Oil & Gas Producers -1.88 -0.10 3.2

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24/5/2019
09:20
Nu-oil And Gas Daily Update: Nu-oil And Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NUOG. The last closing price for Nu-oil And Gas was 0.24p.
Nu-oil And Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.22p and a 12 week average price of 0.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 39.45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.22p.
There are currently 1,443,035,086 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,934,668 shares. The market capitalisation of Nu-oil And Gas Plc is £3,246,828.94.
14/5/2019
09:45
icac: Only real issue taking this share price down is theres not much cash in the bank, mms know that and using that as the main reason to drive this share price down daily.. i cant see how this will go back up unless a deal..
05/5/2019
10:52
taxibabe: GTW at this stage is a mooted concept and one that MfDevco and Nuog will struggle to be a part of given the parlous state of their finances. Its not a given that other then engaging in window displaying any serious company will get involved with NUOG, especially given the interlinking with the private Alan Minty companies. I dont think anyone should bet more then they can afford to lose here and the share price looks destined to mark time until and IF they actually conclude a deal. At that stage the deal will be carefully picked over by market to see exactly how much revenue is directly attributed to NUOG and how much goes to the private companies of Alan Minty and Co. I refer to Monpesson consulting, RMLI, and MFDevco ect. I dont think its a given just because they announce a deal that the shares will necessarily soar. The market will wait to see how much money actually ENDS UP with NUOG. Its also the case that the market has concerns about how much will be wasted on Newfoundland and the link with PVF, of which the market is suspicious, remember £20-40 million has gone down the swannee there?
20/4/2019
17:16
oldsnrtom: Debt/Equity Swap Implications When more stock is issued, this dilutes current shareholders. This typically has a dampening effect on share price because what the company earns is now spread out among more shareholders.  While in theory a company could issue stock to avoid debt payments, if the company is in financial trouble, the move would likely hurt the share price even more. Not only does the swap dilute shareholders, but it shows how cash-strapped the company is. On the flip side, with less debt and now more cash on hand the company may be in a better position. Issuing more debt means larger interest expenses. Since debt can be relatively cheap, this may be a viable option instead of diluting shareholders. A certain amount of debt is good, as it acts as internal leverage for shareholders. Too much debt is a problem though, as escalating interest payments could hurt the company if revenues starts to slip.  With there being pros and cons to issuing both debt and equity in different situations, swaps are sometimes necessary to keep the company in balance so they can hopefully achieve long-term success.  hxxps://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/06/debtequityswap.asp
09/3/2019
00:44
icac: Seadog, someone with a bit of brain can see theres no buying volume at this moment.. for you to come out and state some people over Advfn trying to bash this share down to gain lower entry price is just lunatic. You and i have disagreed on many occasions, yet you still dont accept the board is kicking the can further down the road.. every investor saw how minty lied last year bar you.. Nuog share holders need end product, not continuous new adventures that never conclude. Forget about 99% possession stat with no goal, share price will move north only with a goal score even with only 1% possession. Current share price stinks.. nothing more, nothing less, am i right Roy??😄
03/3/2019
22:14
oldsnrtom: Exactly and that's the worrying thing. Ìf the rest are selling and leaving Lastthrow out to dry if he does indeed force an rns that he has started selling hard your gone! Even BT is worried this week for Nuog share price!
01/3/2019
22:12
oldsnrtom: All this talk of hoping a Dommo deal comes before April 30th??? Do you know what no news til then will have Nuog share price? Even discussing that timeframe will have you crash! Seadog isn't happy!!
21/2/2019
21:19
icac: Lol, last month seadog stated share price bashed down due to trolls at advfn, now today stating maybe someone is holding back news to keep the share price down. Make your mind up?? If someone is holding back news to keep share price down then surely an apology for those so called trolls..👌28076;
18/2/2019
08:02
thecashmoney: 16:38 thecashmoney: thecashmoney: acquisition /ËŒakw&Eacute;ªG2;z&Eacute;ªÊƒ;(<1;)n/Submit noun 1. an asset or object bought or obtained. Could this be the Brazil project they have been working towards. Aquasition is quite a interesting word and shows the intent of what is actually happening. We have seen dommo share price half, that can only be significant holders selling their stake. Dommo then desolves the audit committee, all very interesting developments. Garden hills pvf and others in talks to develop the fields , it evens states talks expected to conclude imminently. Even new CEO Graham stating that garden hills was in his in tray and a matter of urgency. Gas to wire collaborations with two leading players. Particularly Siemens who have a very good history in acquiring service companies to meet their market requirements. As seen with various aquasitions of their own over the years. Dresser Rand being a German company with superb products and product range, for the areas we are focused on. The gas to wire is extremely exciting. In the chairmans statement he touches on government support and energy security. Two points I touched on yesterday. About the government s plan to reduce North sea de commission costs by 35 percent as a rough guide 50 percent of 80billion costs could fall upon the public purse and cost future generations 3000 £ per child. I am sure you will agree to reduce tax burden and extent the UK energy security by using a once lucrative North sea, as a major source of power needs would be a great outcome, not just for NUOG/ Mfdevco but for the UK economy as a whole. Looking at the refusal of cash and Alan himself trying to take equity in the company. Shows without doubt the progress that as been made. Also the position of delivery must be extremely close for the two points to be relative. Nigel Burton taking shares and his message of a bright future for the company, another very positive sign. Both out going directors keen to have more skin in the game at this present moment in time , gives you a clue to their confidence of delivery. As share holders looking in , it can be frustrating. Particularly as the share price has been in freefall these past few weeks. It's all there to see , the evidence is compounded towards imminent news on 3 possible routes. It's a very exciting time and a time we should all be expectant and confident in the events to unfold, in the not too distant future. CM
17/2/2019
21:33
thecashmoney: VIEW Search Stock Your avatar Upgrade Logout Monitor Quote Charts Trades News Financials Toplists Alerts Portfolio Level 2 Free BB PBB ADVFN Logo Copyright © 2019 ADVFN plc Switch to Desktop View Nu-Oil & Gas Share Chat - NUOG Current Price 0.75 0.045 6.4% Bid Price Offer Price 0.73 0.77 High Price Low Price Open Price 0.75 0.69 0.705 Shares Traded Last Trade Market Cap (m) 15,048,077 16:16:59 10.20 Nu-Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads Previous Page Next Page Date Subject 17/2/2019 17:03 oldsnrtom: We will see. Goodluck. Get selling BT Read Full ThreadFollowReply 17/2/2019 16:38 thecashmoney: thecashmoney: acquisition /ˌakwɪG2;zɪʃ(<1;)n/Submit noun 1. an asset or object bought or obtained. Could this be the Brazil project they have been working towards. Aquasition is quite a interesting word and shows the intent of what is actually happening. We have seen dommo share price half, that can only be significant holders selling their stake. Dommo then desolves the audit committee, all very interesting developments. Garden hills pvf and others in talks to develop the fields , it evens states talks expected to conclude imminently. Even new CEO Graham stating that garden hills was in his in tray and a matter of urgency. Gas to wire collaborations with two leading players. Particularly Siemens who have a very good history in acquiring service companies to meet their market requirements. As seen with various aquasitions of their own over the years. Dresser Rand being a German company with superb products and product range, for the areas we are focused on. The gas to wire is extremely exciting. In the chairmans statement he touches on government support and energy security. Two points I touched on yesterday. About the government s plan to reduce North sea de commission costs by 35 percent as a rough guide 50 percent of 80billion costs could fall upon the public purse and cost future generations 3000 £ per child. I am sure you will agree to reduce tax burden and extent the UK energy security by using a once lucrative North sea, as a major source of power needs would be a great outcome, not just for NUOG/ Mfdevco but for the UK economy as a whole. Looking at the refusal of cash and Alan himself trying to take equity in the company. Shows without doubt the progress that as been made. Also the position of delivery must be extremely close for the two points to be relative. Nigel Burton taking shares and his message of a bright future for the company, another very positive sign. Both out going directors keen to have more skin in the game at this present moment in time , gives you a clue to their confidence of delivery. As share holders looking in , it can be frustrating. Particularly as the share price has been in freefall these past few weeks. It's all there to see , the evidence is compounded towards imminent news on 3 possible routes. It's a very exciting time and a time we should all be expectant and confident in the events to unfold, in the not too distant future. CM
17/2/2019
08:42
thecashmoney: thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM thecashmoney: Very soon this is going to be the talk of the city . North sea decommission costs in the billions. A headache for operators . However a once commercial asset , that is no longer commercial could be developed by MFDEVCO ( 50 percent owned nuog ) . De com cost of 50 m , deferred for for upfront payment and royalty in revenue. A 50 m cost can be substantially reduced it's a win win win for all. Best of all the potential for growth is unbelievable. If a field takes 3 generators at 55 MW on a ten year lease that's 75 m a year . If only half of that flows to Nuog and I'll work on only 50 percent opex capex 18 m on a forward P/E of 10 that's 180m m cap. That's a share price of 18p. That's only one deal ,How many are going to take this opportunity? DYOR CM
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