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RBD Reabold Resources Plc

0.07
0.00 (0.00%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reabold Resources Plc LSE:RBD London Ordinary Share GB00B95L0551 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.07 0.065 0.075 0.07 0.07 0.07 144,989,727 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end 560k -45k 0.0000 N/A 6.91M
Reabold Resources Plc is listed in the Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBD. The last closing price for Reabold Resources was 0.07p. Over the last year, Reabold Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 0.0585p to 0.1425p.

Reabold Resources currently has 9,876,625,883 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Reabold Resources is £6.91 million.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/3/2024
07:59
all time low ?
currypasty
05/3/2024
22:41
Anybody else here think we've been taken for a ride by a pair of scam merchants ?
uggy100
05/3/2024
07:51
I particularly liked the question why the share price had fallen from £5 in 2012.
sleveen
04/3/2024
00:53
That's hardly surprising archie. He should have got more of a grilling.
uggy100
03/3/2024
09:58
Thought Stephen made a decent fist of answering most of the sceptical questions raised, and there were quite a few of them.
archie222
01/3/2024
22:00
steel, don't know about you but that presentation was just more jam tomorrow crud.
uggy100
01/3/2024
19:22
Shares Mag bash:
steelwatch
28/2/2024
19:14
There is no purpose in them. They are just to allow SW to spin some more lies to investors. As if he hasn't done that anyway.
uggy100
28/2/2024
11:09
not important but the deadline for submitting comments re CS has been extended from 10/03 to 27/03
likeawalrus
28/2/2024
10:26
the disclaimer at the start of the presentation basically says dont rely on a single word in this presentation when making investment decisions...makes me wonder, what is the purpose of it then?
likeawalrus
27/2/2024
21:47
GP. As usual the 2 crooks are big on verbal & dreadful on facts. They will tell you as little as possible while continuing to destroy this company.
What they've done borders on criminal.

uggy100
27/2/2024
14:38
Today’s RNSs from UJO and Reabold contain some interesting points but, rather unfortunately IMO, neither of them mentions the expected cost of the directional well, other than saying its “offering significant cost savings compared with a horizontal well”. The gross cost of the horizontal well was originally expected to be of the order of £12 million, or £2.0 million net to UJO’s and Reabold’s 16.665% equity share. However, RBD’s presentation for their Edinburgh meeting tonight reveals slightly more about the directional well’s expected cost: £6.4 million for the well plus £3.0 million to test it, or £9.4 million in total. Of this smaller sum UJO’s and RBD’s share would be “only” £1.57 million and Rathlin’s 66.67% share would be about £6.27 million. So I suppose Reabold could conceivably bail out Rathlin by using the greater part of £9.1 million of cash that they say they have in the bank after receiving the final payment from Shell for Victory. But will they, I wonder? In their RNS UJO also said “An additional material secondary target in the deeper Permian Rotliegend Sandstone will also be evaluated during drilling of the WN-A3 or by the re-entry of WN-A1”. IMO the last point could be very important as the published data for the WN-A1 well shows that the well was suspended with only a 7 inch casing / liner over the Rotliegend gas-bearing interval. That could mean that re-entering the A1 well could be done quickly and quite cheaply, probably for about £0.5 to less than £1.0 million by using a much cheaper work-over rig. This could mean that an A1 re-entry well in 2024 is still a strong possibility.
greypanther2
27/2/2024
12:50
Hard to believe as it may - they can. I'm certainly not advocating either.
fireplace22
27/2/2024
09:48
Can't be any worse than the current lot. Total waste of space.
32campomar
27/2/2024
09:25
uggy I dont understand why 80% of the votes were cast in favour of 2 CEOs milking the company as hard as they can, are the big investors that naive or can they see something that I cant? sold 2m this morning and switched into Beacon Energy - could/should be big news soon
likeawalrus
27/2/2024
08:46
If Starmers in, RBD will become the least of worries no matter how deep you're in.
fireplace22
27/2/2024
08:41
It?s a farce.How many years has West Newton gone on for ?By late 2024 there will be a labour government who will stop all new drilling.I predict WN will never happen Incompetence doesn?t even come close to describing it.
32campomar
27/2/2024
08:38
law, surely you're not accusing our 2 glorious leaders of being devious lol.
uggy100
27/2/2024
08:24
just enough spin to keep investors thinking success is months away...it makes me wonder if they called all the big investors with this update in advance of the vote, were the little guys left in the dark?
likeawalrus
27/2/2024
08:17
so despite WN being such a major fantastic project, Rathlin still cant get a JV to fund it.. An RNS of promises and hopes
currypasty
27/2/2024
08:13
Uggy, i Must admit to coming round to your way of thinking in regards to the management! the proof will be west newton drilling or not!
wisteria2
27/2/2024
08:05
Digest...COULD

subject to the operator, Rathlin (UK) Energy Limited ("Rathlin"), securing sufficient funding to drill and test the well. There is an active process underway to assess options to source funding for Rathlin's share of the cost, including through a farmout, or through further investment from Reabold, which, following the receipt of the proceeds from Shell, the Company could potentially provide, in addition to funding its own share.

wisteria2
27/2/2024
07:51
still using Euro 11m pa for CS despite gas falling to Euro24 (E.45 used for the Euro 11m projection)
likeawalrus
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