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RBD Reabold Resources Plc

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Last Updated: 09:13:33
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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% 0.0675 0.065 0.07 0.0685 0.0675 0.07 13,073,967 09:13:33
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end 0 -7.19M -0.0007 -1.00 6.67M
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 0.1325p.

Reabold Resources currently has 9,876,625,883 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Reabold Resources is £6.67 million. Reabold Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.00.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/5/2024
23:34
So very quiet on here.
uggy100
25/5/2024
09:39
Mimimum share price proposed for stocks to remain in the market:-
dan de lion
24/5/2024
12:14
Yes a pointless RNS from 2 pointless ceo's.
They are the lowest of the low.

uggy100
24/5/2024
10:21
I reckon this is a pretty pointless RNS. Why was a carbon intensity study undertaken for a gas discovery that has never yet tested at anything like a commercial rate, which Rathlin (the operator) apparently can't afford to appraise, and for which the controlling shareholder (Reabold) doesn't seem to know what they are doing?
greypanther2
24/5/2024
08:44
I've said it before & I'll say it againWest Newton will never get drilled when Labour win power. There will be a ban on any new oil & gas drilling, and they have made that very clear. The 2 incompetent fools who run this company have messed around for so many years, they have only themselves to blame.
32campomar
24/5/2024
08:17
WN's AA 'or for sale sign is up'
markfrankie
24/5/2024
08:15
dont even mention actually drilling it
currypasty
24/5/2024
08:11
All very well but when are they going to start drilling the well!!!!
tnt99
24/5/2024
07:59
still waiting for 'Rathlin have secured funding'
currypasty
24/5/2024
07:33
24 May 2024



Reabold Resources plc



("Reabold" or the "Company")



West Newton awarded AA rating for Carbon Intensity



Reabold Resources plc, the investing company focussed on developing strategic gas projects for European energy security, is pleased to publish the positive conclusions of a Carbon Intensity Study on the West Newton gas development, located within PEDL183 onshore UK in East Yorkshire, undertaken on behalf of Reabold and Union Jack Oil plc by GaffneyCline & Associates Limited ("GaffneyCline"), an international petroleum and energy consultancy. The report on the Carbon Intensity of the West Newton Field can be found at the following link: hxxps://reabold.com/investors/reports-presentations/

Reabold holds a ca. 56% economic interest in West Newton and PEDL183 via its 16.665% licence interest in PEDL183 and a 59% shareholding in Rathlin Energy (UK) Limited ("Rathlin"), the operator of the Joint Venture, which, in turn, has a 66.67% interest in PEDL183.

The GaffneyCline study highlighted the following:

· The West Newton project has an AA rating for Carbon Intensity for its potential upstream gas and condensate production, the lowest possible carbon intensity rating category on GaffneyCline's scale

· The West Newton field has a Carbon Intensity significantly lower than the UK average and onshore and offshore analogues. It is also significantly lower than the average imported liquified natural gas (LNG), based on the NSTA Natural Carbon Footprint Analysis published in July 2023

· Based on the study, GaffneyCline estimates that West Newton could produce the equivalent of just 2.87 grams of CO2 per megajoule of energy developed (gCO2eq./MJ)

· As the development proceeds and project knowledge increases, there is potential to improve the Carbon Intensity by further reducing fugitive, flaring and venting emissions and by gas-to-grid development, reducing on site gas and condensate processing, and using the shortest possible route to the National Grid

Carbon Intensity Rating for West Newton Gas Development Concept

A graph of energy efficiency Description automatically generated

Source: GaffneyCline

giantpeach2
23/5/2024
16:36
Well lets hope we hear something decent for us long suffering shareholders in the results and have many more blue days.

A.T.B boys and girls.

simon_64
23/5/2024
11:22
Thanks Steel, correct page? Don't think we need a tanker or ocean survey, yet.
wotts
23/5/2024
09:47
Ooops! Wrong board.
steelwatch
23/5/2024
09:18
All buys something is on the way at last ???
aslamqadri
22/5/2024
16:31
Well at some stage the 2 fraudsters are going to have to say something. It's pretty obvious they've been stalling for a long time now. By my reckoning Rathlin have been looking at finding funding for over a year now.
uggy100
22/5/2024
15:46
Since 2017, not desperate but frustrated and yes i have been buying heavily at these prices and most of us did otherwise we would not have invested in the first place.
simon_64
22/5/2024
15:37
as per likawalrus post up thread, cost to Rathlin is significant. Its been a very long time now that they were supposed to be finding that cash.

It appears no one interested... cant see West Newton being drilled personally

even in UJO final accounts, all timelines on WN have now dissapeared, form previous 'will be drilled in 2024'

currypasty
22/5/2024
13:48
Steady drip on the share price whilst the 2 crooks continue to line their pockets. Their financial package vs their performance is so disconnected its frightening.
2 risky, I'm sure the 2 cretins will be delighted if Starmer was to shut the UK O&G sector down so that they can blame someone else for their abject failures costing 10's of millions.
I would love to see the back of the pair of them but 1 would have to stay as I doubt anybody else would be interested in taking over at this truly broken company.

uggy100
21/5/2024
18:21
What makes you ask that Simon or are you just getting desperate? Because I do believe you have been trapped in these for a year or three after keeping topping up, but you did at one time think the sun shone out of the two piggies ring pieces.
crankylad
21/5/2024
16:01
Sells going through above bid now.
simon_64
21/5/2024
15:33
R.N.S tomorrow ?
simon_64
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