Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines LSE:RGM London Ordinary Share GB00BYVT4J08 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.525p 0.50p 0.55p 0.525p 0.525p 0.525p 1,400,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 -0.1 - 4.15

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13/9/2017
11:59
Keeps the gravy train going Nick, lot of peeps on it, unfortunately shareholders especially small ones, are not.
paleje
13/9/2017
11:42
I don't understand why these AIM juniors take out these costly CLN deals, when ordinary shareholders end up paying for them ultimately, so why not ask shareholders for the money in the first place?
nick rubens
13/9/2017
10:44
heading back down to 0.4
10009504
10/9/2017
13:21
lol Ettie. Small charge ?!! 20% ?! Booboobooboo goes on to point out that : "having just paid $350k off their debts they now owe $24k more than they originally got their hands on immediately after taking out the loan in the first place." i.e. that RGM still now owe $770,000 and if they were to want to pay that off early they would again pay a 20% penalty (£154,000) making the total pay down $924,000 . . . . for a loan that originally cost a net $900,000 ! Beggars belief TBH
torp
09/9/2017
19:54
Pipe down and invest, or alternatively depart from these shores. Nothing untoward in being charged a small penalty for paying down borrowings early, all lenders do that.
atinos auntie ettie
09/9/2017
12:53
The partial pay down of the YA CLN doesn't seem as good as it first appears. Posters Zumore and booboobooboo on LSE unpicked the detail (always vital imho) and had the following to say (not condoning the content just passing it on): Zumore said "with the 12% interest (interest would rack up at 1% a month) + of course the 20% $70,000 prepayment fee on the $350,000 prepayment, then i'm pretty confident RGM still owe YA $770,000. And of course 1% interest is still be racking up: so around $7,700 a month added onto the debt." Booboobooboo said "Agreed $770k owed still" and "any further repayments will equal to $924k owed." Seems a pretty toxic CLN to be honest.
torp
09/9/2017
12:05
HNR ? I hope AB didn't see that one. another yankee (snake-)oil play. probably just up his street. stick with UKOG and ALBA. though I have to say my interest has been piqued by ANGS.
backmarker
09/9/2017
10:18
HNR - TWO wells successfully drilled with abundant oil and gas in samples extracted! Fracking and FIRST OIL next month! Don't miss this train!
happyholder123
08/9/2017
16:55
Maybe, at least he didn't squander it on another dubious adventure investment in some far off place like he did recently at RRR Perhaps he has been chastened by the Rosa experience, or, on the hopeful side, something is going to develop their at last and he's happy enough staying locked in there? Topicel
topicel
08/9/2017
11:13
has AB finally got the message we don't like dilutions - particularly via YA ?
backmarker
08/9/2017
11:04
A positive move imo 8 September 2017 The Company is pleased to report that it has today prepaid in cash US$350,000 of the one year convertible loan for $1,000,000 ($900,000 net of fees) from a consortium led by YA II PN, Ltd announced on 5 April 2017. The Company also announces that the Environment Agency has granted the necessary permits to Horse Hill Developments Limited ("HHDL"), the operator of Horse Hill licences PEDL 137 and PEDL 246, to enable HHDL to carry out extended well tests, drill a side-track from the existing HH-1 well and drill and test a new borehole HH-2. As previously advised, a planning application in relation to these proposed activities has also been submitted to Surrey County Council (the "Council"). We have been informed by HHDL that the Council has confirmed that the planning application is now scheduled to be determined at October's meeting of its planning committee. Members of the planning committee completed a scheduled visit to the Horse Hill site yesterday, 7 September, in preparation for the October meeting Regency Chairman Andrew Bell commented: "We are pleased to have prepaid a substantial part of the convertible loan taken out in April this year. We recognised the fears of some investors that this loan might lead to share issues to the lender that might negatively affect our share price, and hope that this repayment demonstrates the firm intention of the Company that this should not occur. 2017 is the year that oil exploration in the Weald Basin is coming of age: besides the planned extended well test work at Horse Hill, flow test work is already under way at Broadford Bridge, and the operator has applied to carry out further work leading to production from the nearby Brockham field. This further progress in the permitting at Horse Hill is a positive development and we look forward to seeing work under way later this year." HH-1 Oil Discovery and Regency Interest The HH-1 Kimmeridge Limestone and Portland oil discovery well is located within onshore exploration Licence PEDL137, on the northern side of the Weald Basin, 3 km north of Gatwick Airport. As previously reported in February and March 2016, two naturally-fractured limestone members within the Kimmeridge section, known as KL3 and KL4, flowed dry, 40-degree API oil, at an aggregate stabilised natural flow rate of 1,365 barrels of oil per day ("bopd") with no clear indication of depletion. The overlying Portland flowed dry, 35-37 API gravity crude at a stable pumped rate of 323 bopd. The Portland was produced at the rod-pump's maximum achievable rate and thus flow was constrained by the pump's mechanical capacity. As previously reported on 4 April 2017, the application for long term production testing and further appraisal drilling was submitted to Surrey County Council in October 2016, and is now scheduled to be decided at the Council's planning committee meeting in October 2017 (as detailed above). Regency owns 3.1% of HHDL, the 65% owner of the Horse Hill licenses, and owns 0.19% of UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC, which owns 49.9% of HHDL and 100% of the Broadford Bridge License PEDL 234.
graylyn1
07/9/2017
21:44
AB promised a success in coal and got plenty of new investors convinced enough to take large positions. They are all underwater 30-40% by my reckoning and it is a good thing the UKOG windfall came along and has probably placated the likes of the Johnsons. Nevertheless, he needs to get the coal deal sorted, if he has any say, and pronto as windfalls don't have a habit of repeating. If we got movement on Rosa then I agree that would be the positive piece of news to "light this up" as you put it. Funny how shy and reticent AB is these days... Topicel
topicel
07/9/2017
14:04
for all that, I feel that it will only take one really positive piece of news to light this up. maybe there is more to come from HH/UKOG, well we still have a stake. but taking a quick profit seems v. sensible. overall we must be £1m or so better off than we were a little while ago, but not reflected in share price I suppose that makes up for the times when this sort of share rattles up on no real news.
backmarker
06/9/2017
22:50
This has made a million and a half cash taking into account the current holding of ukog shares not yet sold. Plus the company has another 3.1 per cent stake in hh. Yet the share price is down. You could not make it up
barnetpeter
06/9/2017
17:17
Sales of the UKOG interest doesn't look so clever now. Thought it was a good buy signal for UKOG :)) Tintin
9tintin
06/9/2017
11:58
lol what an ignorant and fat fool bell end is listened to that sharetalk interview and he has such a limited vocabulary and has sweet fa idea about anything all he can say to any question is that things are 'interesting' having 'achieved' a champagne lifestyle whilst destroying shareholder value the world will be a better place when he's pushing up daisies
the stigologist
04/9/2017
11:22
you can't keep everyone happy. the additional sale from our UKOG holding seems quite sensible to me. surely it's far better to have some cash for Curzon and whatever than having to have another round at the YA ripoff hole-in-the-wall. clearely ALBA shareholders (oh dear, that includes me) are less enthusiastic about UKOG than they were - or maybe it's Greenland. whatever.
backmarker
01/9/2017
13:58
If AB's record is anything to go by - that's a pretty good buy signal for UKOG - LOL tintin
9tintin
01/9/2017
13:52
Another sale of UKOG
knowing
01/9/2017
11:30
hTTps://contrarianuk.com/posts/2017/9/1/regency-mines-keeps-128-million-ukog-shares-despite-windfall
knowing
01/9/2017
11:30
A free carry now for the remaining UKOG investment and the funds provided for the promised Curzon participation. If the coal don't get there then let's try the gas! Keep firing away and AB might just hit something sweet...he has been lucky in the past (fairly distant now, admittedly!). Topicel
topicel
01/9/2017
09:52
hTTps://www.regency-mines.com/operations-and-investments/oil-and-gas/curzon/
knowing
31/8/2017
18:31
what does anybody know about Curzon ?
backmarker
31/8/2017
17:43
brill news.. Great deal
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