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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockpool Acquisitions Plc LSE:ROC London Ordinary Share GB00BF2MWC40 ORD GBP0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.3 -3.2 - 1.00

Rockpool Acquisitions Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/9/2009
08:52
interactivebrokers.com seems to be about the best of the international internet brokerages I've come across, but I've not got around to opening an account so cannot comment. I'll wait to see what idealing suggest I do with my holding - probably convert it to a paper certificate similar to what they do with my shares that get delisted for other reasons...
steve73
14/9/2009
08:44
Best not to panic & sell at any price if you don't need the cash in the near future. The shares can be sold when (if??) the price atabalises or wait to receive shares for the Aussie market. At the moment it looks like the latter!! My problem is that Selftrade doesn't deal with Aussie shares. Anyone recommend a broker to eventually sell these through please??
stateside
14/9/2009
08:43
What will happen to the stock after the 2nd November?
robwoodt
14/9/2009
08:30
Note to self; never buy a stock on a secondary listing. And that goes for Anzon too!
goodgrief
14/9/2009
07:42
Pleased not to be a part of it, my broker would cancel a straight Aussie holding anyway. :( Surely they are not short of cash?
rayrac
14/9/2009
06:26
Cancellation of AIM listing 31/10/2009 D1 shares to be transferred to the ASX.
poo bear
03/9/2009
13:02
Not dissimiliar graph!! :(
goodgrief
03/9/2009
11:27
GG: Hope you're not referring to the outcome of UEN there... ;-)
cmabey
03/9/2009
10:50
"We wait. We are bored. No, don't protest, we are bored to death, there's no denying it. Good. A diversion comes along and what do we do? We let it go to waste... In an instant all will vanish and we'll be alone once more, in the midst of nothingness!"
goodgrief
20/8/2009
18:15
GG, quite! Also reminds me of The Unbearable Lightness of Being; only movie I've ever walked out of midway. Still looking for that reason to hold - and ROC's PR Dept are certainly not helping.
cmabey
20/8/2009
18:03
... the investment equivalent of Godot! PS. Has anyone ever sat through a production of Waiting for Godot and enjoyed it? As much fun as holding ROC shares I'd guess.
goodgrief
20/8/2009
16:13
Christ it's quiet on here. With GKP going ballistic and even TRP surging today, am looking for reasons to hang onto ROC. Anyone care to remind me what we're waiting for news-wise short to medium-term ?
cmabey
05/8/2009
09:23
The secondary listings of stocks such as these never seem to attract much interest... Anzon expects production upswing at BMG http://www.pennenergy.com/index/articles/display/2610805710/s-articles/s-offshore/s-production/s-australia-new-zealand/s-anzon-expects_production.html SYDNEY -- Production testing is under way from the Basker-3 (B3) well in the Bass Strait, according to operator Anzon Australia, a subsidiary of ROC. This follows the successful installation of a multi-zone SMART completion, designed to optimize selective production from the targeted Basker intra-Latrobe reservoirs. B3 should produce at around 2,000 b/d once the current reservoir clean-up/test program is concluded. The Basker-7 (B7) development well is currently at a depth of 3,537 m (1,078 m), and should reach target depth of 3,950 m (1,204 m) in the next few days. This well is expected to deliver around 3,000 b/d once tie-in and commissioning work is completed in September. However, the Basker-2 (B2) well has had to be shut-in and isolated following a minor leak on the subsea choke on the Basker A manifold. Isolation and pressure tests have confirmed the manifold's production integrity, and production is continuing from other wells. Anzon is working on a repair plan. The Basker-Manta-Gummy (BMG) production system will be offline for around eight weeks from mid-September for inspection and maintenance and installation of a gas compressor package on the Crystal Ocean FPSO. An installation support vessel, due on site to conduct tie-in and commissioning of B7, may also be deployed to accelerate repair of the B2 choke. BMG is currently procuring at an average of 1,100 b/d, but further additions from B3 and B7 should lift this rate to around 6,000 b/d before the planned downtime in mid-September. Once B2 is also restored, output will increase to around 10,000 b/d.
goodgrief
21/7/2009
11:16
So, what's woken this sleeping dog up... any ideas?
cmabey
15/7/2009
15:07
Steve: I think your wish may just have been granted!
cmabey
08/7/2009
11:57
thanks eddie - i wish a few more would buy in the market then...!!
steve73
08/7/2009
08:08
http://www.rocoil.com.au/Public/Investor_Centre/Announcements.aspx Second page states...... Eligible shareholders The offer is open to Australian and New Zealand shareholders on the share register of ROC on the Record Date of 7.00pm (Sydney time) on 30 June 2009. (However, don't feel too bad at our exclusion. The placing price is A$0.78 where as the share price is currently A$0.655. Cheaper to buy in the market currently) * flicks "V's" at Aussies *
eddie catflap
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