Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockhopper Exploration Plc LSE:RKH London Ordinary Share GB00B0FVQX23 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.21 3.05% 7.10 824,999 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.70 7.50 7.00 6.62 7.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.62 -5.85 -1.26 38
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:57 O 79,002 6.81 GBX

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12/6/202216:38GOZZIE GOES POP16
25/5/202212:56LOSERS CUP -
18/5/202220:07This SHOULD serve as a warning to Rockhopper Exploration shareholders2
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Rockhopper Exploration Daily Update: Rockhopper Exploration Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RKH. The last closing price for Rockhopper Exploration was 6.89p.
Rockhopper Exploration Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.62p and a 12 week average price of 6.62p.
The 1 year high share price is 11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.50p.
There are currently 540,664,893 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,120,946 shares. The market capitalisation of Rockhopper Exploration Plc is £38,387,207.40.
gozzie2: Rockhopper told him that lolfoizuPosts: 1Price: 7.00No OpinionRE: Open offerToday 12:00Hello All,I spoke to someone at RKH this morning (wasn't very helpful) and then to my broker (very helpful). So however many shares you hold, RKH will give an amount to buy and calculate that by 7p is your subscription offer. You don't lose your existing shares, RKH are doing this to raise more capital (7 million USD to date).Later on, you will recieve another opportunity to buy 1 share for every 2 subscription bought at 9p. You have till 31-12-2023. Buy the subscription and sell if they go beyond 9p and buy the allocated extra at 9p before that date.Hope that helps. I've been with this share far too long. Easier playing the lottery, but in it for the long haul
gozzie2: Wtf lolwraithPosts: 7,362Price: 7.48No OpinionRE: Open offerToday 19:49My understanding is, RKH shares held on the 15 June 2022 (Open Offer Record Date 15 June 2022), are entitled to participate in the open offer,....on RKH shareholdings, held on the Record Date, the Open Offer ratio is 1 share for every 8 shares held s/p@7p & 1 share for every 16 shares held (warrants, which can be exercised, at a latter date) s/p@9p.
gozzie2: Well well Someone with brains on lse Now there's a first lolAnd people have been listening to these clowns for years on complex decisions of the oil industry .They can't tie their own shoelaces pmslmarkednmbr1Posts: 97Price: 7.48No OpinionRE: Open offerToday 17:35Wow how is this not very simple.You are entitled to 1 in every 8 shares you already have in the open offer.E.G: if you have 100 shares, you are entitled to buy 12 shares at 7p.If you are taking up the open offer, you are entitled to 1 warrant for every 2 shares purchased in the open offer.E.G you bought 12 shares, you receive 6 warrants that have a purchase price of 9p.The warrants have an expiry of the end of 2023, so you can purchase them any time until then, or not at all if the share price doesn't move.Additionally, you can apply to buy MORE than your entitlement, so if others decide not to participate you can buy more and get access to more warrants. This is not guaranteed though like the entitlement
cyan: I had long made the decision NOT to invest anymore cash in Rkh shares , and, after careful thought have decided to pass on the offer, unless a large OM award drops tomorrow. May well be a wrong decision but its right for me. All possibilities remain open; from a modest multi-bag to losing everything . The road to first oil is long and from Navitas related comments reported it looks as though they are working on a possible timescale of up to five years . A smaller project will not take as long as originally predicted and maybe doable in two years from a FID decision. BUT ; Just how far away from that are we? Finance is a key challenge to our partnership. Rkh and Navitas may decide that a third partner is required which will take time sorting and may delay development. Finance will take some sorting but Navitas have a successful fund raising track record with their Shennandoah project. There remains the risk that POO slumps, again , and that Navitas will not stay the course . They may still walk away and then I think Rkh is toast if they have not won a substantial OM award. On the balance of probabilities I think Navitas will stay the long course. The issues Rkh face remain its poor finances. Although now bolstered and likely further strengthened by open offer take up; its clear Rkh will need further serious injections of capital to still be in the game for first oil. Remember ; the toxic Italian Junk gas assets have $14.2 m decommissioning liabilities and our management suggest these will be an issue after 2024. Basically Rkh will have to fund raise again, somehow, in the future if we do not RECEIVE a large OM award payment. Just like to add that some, I fear, are under the illusion that we are covered for SL development costs to first oil ,after a FID decision. In fact the HOT indicates Rkh will have to contribute significant sums of development capital; likely over $100 million. This would have to be by bonds , imo, IF we have not been lucky enough to have RECEIVED at least $120m clear from an OM award. We can but hope but we may receive FAR less and may have to chase settlement for years. God forbid we lose the case. I guess Sam decided they had to raise now because waiting for a positive award was too much of a risk. Trying to fund raise after a case loss would be very very dilutive , I fear. Hoping for the best, but , I am leaving my entitlement for others to take up.
nigoil: The ' GIRLS' are really unhappy after today's Rns, simply because the Rkh share price is underpinned @ 7p...LOL They can no longer predic 1p...LOL In Sam WE trust! €150 + Coming soooooooooooon! Now where is the 1p bigred10 and the 'GIRLS' promised!... F@cking LOL! Simples!...:-) P.S. Thank G0D for the filter!... F@cking LOL
nigoil: There are so many d1ckheads on these forums, just read divers post over on Lse, what a d1ckhead! The GREAT Nigoil is never wrong!.. LOL In Sam WE trust! You simply don't want to be out of Rkh in the coming days/weeks! The word on the Slippery Street is that the share price is going to go ballistic!.... BOOMTIME Simples!..... :-) P.S. Thank G0D for the filter!... :-)
nigoil: WE see that the 'GIRLS' are using dilution as their main de-ramp over on Lse and WE wouldn't be surprised if a few are using it also here on Advfn! WE are now in the territory of the OM award being announced, do not be f00led by the ' GIRLS', BIG award coming OUR way, patience is the key! The GREAT Nigoil is never wrong!.. LOL In Sam WE trust! You simply don't want to be out of Rkh in the coming days/weeks! The word on the Slippery Street is that the share price is going to go ballistic!.... BOOMTIME Simples!..... :-) P.S. Thank G0D for the filter!... :-)
cyan: Good morning GOZZIE2 In response to the reported comments that suggested Boris may visit the Falklands soon, you wrote "UKEF funding ??" The chance of UKEF financial support for SL has long gone . Published guidelines clearly rule out UKEF support now and it would be politically embarrassing to 'u' turn . hTTps:// . We can blame PMO for their feet dragging for missing that opportunity. I do agree with your sentiment that all the indications; all the evidence ; suggests that NAVITAS are keen to press forward. Its all about finance; including whether a third partner will be deemed required. If there was ever a time to attract new interest ; this has to be it. The big issue for RKH shareholders is the prospect of an equity fund raise in the next few months; by end quarter 3 as suggested by MOODY; "we anticipate having raised sufficient funds by the end of Q3 2022" The hope that we receive a large OM award cash receipt in time to avoid a dilutive equity issue, is not very likely imo. Our best , realistic hope, imo, is that we get awarded a huge amount which would make a placing easy from a higher share price that would follow a very favourable award. If we lose the arbitration our share price , imo, will be lower. IF we get a great award we might see 20p plus this year, I hope. So much depends on how much MOODY wishes to raise.?
melegramforttongo: Checks to see if the RKH price has doubled on Gozzies news 📰….. Hmmm 🤔 nope 👎🏿 nothing doing here . 💭wonders 💭 why all the institutional investors are not queuing up to buy RKH shares ??? Thought maybe Gozzies copy and paste overdrive sessions may have lured them in ??
buy2sell1: Oi SOZZLED - wake up, pay attention, this is for you !!! HOW TO VALUE SHARES FOR PROBATE & INHERITANCE PURPOSES FOR SOMEONE THAT DIED ============================================================================ For probate and inheritance purposes, you value any shares listed on the London Stock Exchange by obtaining the share price as at the date of death for the deceased. This forms the basis of the "hand over" purchase cost to the beneficiary. To get the valuation price, you need to work out what’s known as the ‘quarter-up’ price. This is the bid price (selling price), plus one quarter of the arithmetical difference between the bid price (selling price) and the offer price (buying price), on the date of death. In this example you would: Find the difference between the offer price & the bid price 90p minus 88p = 2p Work out a quarter of this difference, 2p × 0.25 = 0.5p Add this to the bid price, 88p + 0.5p = 88.5p So, the "quarter up" price becomes 88.5p and this forms the basis of the beneficiary's acquisition price. Source: HMRC
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