Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Red Emperor LSE:RMP London Ordinary Share AU000000RMP0 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.07p +2.79% 2.58p 2.58p 2.98p 2.60p 2.58p 2.60p 908,669 13:11:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.7 -0.2 - 10.97

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01/9/2015
10:15
Like i said in a much earlier post, the whole point of the Hawkeye-1 drill was never about commerciality of the well, but to prove the extremities of the hydrocarbon basin wrt cinco. I think we'll get much clearer thinking with the presentation and hopefully some future plans wrt to cinco. Although i think it could be at least 12mths away.
ttboy72
01/9/2015
05:56
What are peoples thoughts on the upcoming otto presentation at the GOOD oil conference 2-3rd sept?
flyinggogo
30/8/2015
02:01
They wouldn't listen all the time I told them.... now they lost at least 75% of their money. http://uk.advfn.com/forum/profile/D4YTRAD3R D4YTRAD3R 26 Jul'12 - 00:05 - 10126 of 16730 Those that squandered their wife's pension and their children's inheritance, deserve it. I warned you 3 months ago what would happen. I gave you the specifics. You ridiculed me. I think I got the last laugh. And those that are in it for the 'long haul'. LoL Three years later, I repeat my LoL.
s2014logiser
27/8/2015
14:02
this is the stock to be in John Edward Martin, a Non-Executive Director of Bowleven, acquired 173,913 ordinary shares in the Company on 26 August 2015 at a price of 23.25 pence per share.
wantmorethan24p
27/8/2015
13:43
My buy of 534133 just went through as a sell? AIMs deception/corruption knows no bounds...
flyinggogo
27/8/2015
09:50
Take a look at SRES. Hugely undervalued market cap only 1.6 million. Just started drilling at a historically high grade silver mine, directors don't dilute and bullish interview the other day but DYOR. Apologies for shameful plug but I do like sharing good research and buy at bottom and not get spiked. I bought aggro at .52p for example. Don't be put off by spread. Buys are 0.29p at the moment. Get in at the bottom https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IJMelAcYYsc
guyswonga74
24/8/2015
12:48
>the FTSE 100 went up 100.5% (from 3542 to 7103) to 27th April 2015 Any idea's why FTSE went down to those levels?
dogrunner11
24/8/2015
10:01
Time for a reality check David Buik of Panmure Gordon isn't pulling his punches on the state of the world economy which has been running on central bank juice since the financial crisis. From his morning note: Opinion It is time for a reality check for all of us. Maybe China has been economical with the truth about its growth and future prospects. Maybe oil and commodities have fallen out of bed! Yes, emerging market currencies have been trashed against the Dollar under a cloud of threatened higher interest rates being implemented in the US. It is also not unreasonable to surmise that stocks are fully valued. Also QE, which at the time of introduction in March 2009, was absolutely essential, is starting to wear off in places. QE has also largely been responsible for massive rallied in US and UK stock markets. From 9th March 2009 – the day QE was introduced - the FTSE 100 went up 100.5% (from 3542 to 7103) to 27th April 2015. The S&P 500 went up from 9th March to 18th May 2015 214% (676.7 to 2129). So how could anyone possibly be surprised that there has been some profit taking from wholly unrealistic increases in the value of many shares? If the market puts in a day’s work next week, it is possible that equity markets will experience a ‘dead-cat-bounce’, but conditions will remain very volatile up until Christmas. At 9.20am the FTSE 100 was down 152 points at 6044. Mining stocks down an average of 5% and oils by 2% inflicted the most damage.
black2you
24/8/2015
07:44
So the small insti's have gobbled up the shares according to todays RNS's.
tradermel
18/8/2015
20:11
Yep couldn't agree more. Sound strategy.
ttboy72
18/8/2015
19:44
TT. Lets see what plays out. Shell are still here which makes me wonder.. Chas
backdoorbill
18/8/2015
19:15
Like i said in a previous post this drill was never about commerciality of the hawkeye well but proving up a hydrocarbon basin with the basis of proving up the cinco prospect. Does anyone think that otto might be conversing with shell quietly in the background?
ttboy72
18/8/2015
18:47
Interesting post... It does beg the question, was gas always the main objective... 17:16 18/08/2015 [Bolgas] RE: Cinco.............. We will need to incorporate the results from the Hawkeye well into our understanding of the carbonate prospects now before we can conclude whether they are de-risked. The fact that we have identified hydrocarbons in the Hawkeye location confirms the presence of an active charge system in the area. Kind Regards Matthew Allen Managing Director and CEO Otto Energy
backdoorbill
18/8/2015
17:11
Maybe get RMP to buy a chunk of IRG. apfindley if you wouldn't mind ramping it to them ta!
officerdigby
18/8/2015
16:44
since you have been shouting apfindley will have a look lol
sigora
18/8/2015
16:38
Don patrolYes I tried to highlight IRG but nobody seemed interested. It's now up 31% today on very large volume.And is now about double the 0.55p I first started mentioning it.The "Risked" nav is 133p a share The "unrisked" is 424p a share Current price 1.05pMassive upside.
apfindley
18/8/2015
09:35
Hindsight is a great thing, what would we all have done different if given the same opportunity again? Have a look Independent Resources plc ("IRG", the "Company" or the "Group") http://www.ir-plc.com/news/news.html Update re Ksar Hadada license Currently trading at 0.8p MC of £1.6m News due in the next few weeks
donpatrol
18/8/2015
09:32
Folks, Sad to see the continued losses here. As I posted yesterday; I have communicated with GB is the past - groundhog day would be an understatement with regards to pace of operations here. They come once in 3years. If you really want to see some of your money back, encourage GB to spend some of that $12mln on buying actual production that delivers cashflow to the coffers. The alternative is to watch it slowly burn away and see no meaningful payback, then get hit by a placing. Cash
cashandcard
18/8/2015
09:26
Are all the rampers from last week happy now?You've only got yourselves to blame with all your 100p hype and all the mates in the know, insider info, oil strike --- all bull caca.Anyone with losses needs to wave a heavy fist at those who manipulated this stock last week.And still it plumbs new lows.The carnage wont stop until the next round of funding is out the way...
apfindley
18/8/2015
09:08
Greg Bandy fails to deliver again. He's no JR Ewing is he...
boysie72
18/8/2015
08:44
Looks like all those who bought yesterday got taken to the cleaners. A fund raising is very likely. They need to act quickly before the price drops even further.
induna123
17/8/2015
20:23
Stick it in SRSP looking to close a jv then big updside from record lows on developing proven oil fields not dusters like this.
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