Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
San Leon LSE:SLE London Ordinary Share IE00BWVFTP56 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 25.00p 24.25p 25.00p - - - 0 06:39:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.3 3.0 2.9 8.3 112.51

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20/11/2017
15:40
ha haa!!looks to me you and the "we wee" gang have been very busy tone!! as your posts are very similar indeedy dooo's!!..butt this rings true in your and the wee we gangs case!!..he hee chart trader2000 20 Nov '17 - 07:44 - 43735 of 43735 1 0 Gavin McLoughlin November 19 2017 6:00 PM Investing in oil and gas explorers isn't for the faint-hearted. Good results can deliver big rewards - bad results can mean you lose all your money. chart trader2000 10 Feb '17 - 08:44 - 30301 of 30302 0 0 it's all relative, if anyone bets all their money on one share, the amount doesn't matter and if they lose ALL their money or the greatest part they will be wiped out for ever. go figa tee hee. chart trader2000 31 May '17 - 15:16 - 31991 of 31991 0 0 unlike u I took my loss a long while ago, if u don't know why I post here u either have a low IQ or stuggle with reading or most probably both. ................ taa for your cash though cissy..xx sle having already paid up to date and having already agreeing the rescheduling of payments with avaeye on oml18 will have to wait as they agreed..imo!!.. regarding the Norwegian pension fund with sle which was only very small!!...don't hear you sayin much about this Norwegian wealth fund which sle are not part of.. hxxp://energymixreport.com/big-oil-shares-drop-norways-1trn-wealth-fund-plans-dump-oil-gas-stocks/
linksdean2
20/11/2017
13:56
“San Leon can see no reason for Avobone’s actions given the imminent payment expected to Avobone of all outstanding sums,” it said Great!..sle very confident in being paid as they intend paying all outstanding amounts in one go!!..creditors out the way means dividends or buy backs on the cards!!.happy days ahead!!
linksdean2
20/11/2017
12:19
Very interesting, CT2000, thanks
pejaten
20/11/2017
10:26
The quoted oil exploration group San Leon Energy has taken legal action in a bid to block a winding-up petition by a creditor that is owed almost €15m by the group. The AIM-listed oil company, headed by the Irish businessman Oisín Fanning, launched the counteroffensive in the High Court last Thursday, a week after Dutch investment group Avobone sought the winding-up petition. Avobone is owed €14.7m by San Leon and has said it is not satisfied with loan security terms agreed as part of a deal for the oil explorer to pay the debt in full by January 15 at the latest. A barrister for San Leon made an ex parte application to the judge Bronagh O’Hanlon in the High Court on Thursday, seeking an order for “specific performance” against Avobone and a related company, Avobone Poland. A specific performance order is usually sought to reinforce the terms of an existing deal or arrangement. San Leon and Avobone previously worked on an oil and gas venture in Poland and Avobone last year got a court ruling ordering San Leon to pay it €23m. San Leon has made some payments but reached agreement with Avobone on November 1 to reschedule payment of the €14.7m balance to January 15. The barrister for San Leon said the specific performance order would stop Avobone seeking to liquidate San Leon before the agreed payment deadline. He said the €14.7m would be paid by January 15, as agreed. The order would also “restrain̶1; Avobone from advertising a proposed liquidation of San Leon. O’Hanlon said she was satisfied to give short notice, allowing the court papers to be served immediately on Avobone, and the case is due to return to court on Tuesday. A spokeswoman for San Leon said the company had no comment to make on the case. In a statement on November 10, San Leon said it would “robustly defend” the Avobone application for a winding-up petition. “San Leon can see no reason for Avobone’s actions given the imminent payment expected to Avobone of all outstanding sums,” it said
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
14:31
Headline: DJ San Leon Energy PLC Update on Avobone settlement agreement Date/Time: 10/11/2017 18:19:13 ▼ ......................... maybe by releasing the news on a Friday evening they thought none of their creditors would notice, then those naughty chaps at the Sunday Times went and repeated the news. oh dear, oh dear.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
14:27
I guess all the other people SLE owe money too will be on the phone insisting on payment before the end of the month, pse form an orderly queue behind the NOMAD, otherwise they may never ever get paid. tick tock, tick tock.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
14:22
have u managed to work that one out yet ? why don't u ask someone the next time u are in your local library to explain it to u.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
14:16
13:27 Re: Serious Questions linksdeanInteractive Investor client serious questions need to be asked about the " we " "ghost gang"..who on lse/advfn are on a continual crusade to post as much company damage against sle as they can yet are not shareholders at all.. .................. has the penny dropped ? has the eagle landed ? has reality overtaking fiction ? I doubt it but stranger things have happened before in SLE world.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
14:01
Fanning facing wind-up threat Oisín Fanning’s oil firm says Avobone ‘is changing terms’ Gavin Daly November 12 2017, 12:01am, The Sunday Times San Leon owes €14.7m to Avobone but has rescheduled payments a number of times San Leon Energy, the AIM-listed oil exploration group headed by Irishman Oisín Fanning, is facing a winding-up petition from a creditor in a dispute over a €14.7m debt. Avobone, a Dutch group that was involved with San Leon on a project in Poland, sought the petition in the High Court in Dublin last week. It is due to be heard on December 4. San Leon owes €14.7m to Avobone to settle a court dispute but has rescheduled payments a number of times. The company was due to pay €8m to Avobone in October and €6.7m in November, but announced on November 1 that it agreed with Avobone to make the payment in full no later than January 15. The oil group is itself awaiting delayed payments from an oil venture in Nigeria and said it is scheduled to be paid about $19m (€16.4m) by January 1. It had said Avobone would be paid “using Nigerian funds . . . as soon as received”. San Leon said on Friday, however, that Avobone had “sought to change the terms” of the November 1 repayment agreement and was seeking further payment security from San Leon. San Leon said the additional terms were “totally unacceptable to the company and are contrary to the agreement secured and confirmed by the company’s lawyers” on November 1. Avobone sought the winding-up petition after San Leon said it would not agree to the new terms. In a statement, San Leon said it had already provided security of payment to its Dutch creditor and would “robustly defend” the winding-up application. It added: “San Leon can see no reason for Avobone’s actions given the imminent payment expected to Avobone of all outstanding sums.” San Leon owed a total of €23m to Avobone following a court ruling a year ago and has made a number of repayment instalments against the debt. San Leon Energy is headed by Oisín Fanning who previously ran Smart Telecom and MMI Stockbrokers in Ireland Fanning, the chief executive of San Leon, previously ran Smart Telecom and MMI Stockbrokers in Ireland. He joined San Leon in 2007 and took the company public on AIM in 2008. The company had interests in several countries, including shale gas ventures in Poland, but has quit them to focus on a stake in a Nigerian oilfield, OML18. Toscafund, a British hedge fund manager, owns almost 59% of San Leon after funding a complex £170m (€191m) deal that gave the company a 9.7% interest in OML18. Payments from Nigeria are overdue, however, and San Leon has been the subject of a number of exploratory buyout offers. Shares in San Leon have been suspended from AIM since November 3 while it considers the possibility of a transaction with Midwestern, another company involved in OML18. In a statement, the company said: “San Leon remains in discussions with Midwestern, which are at a very early stage and broad ranging, regarding a potential corporate transaction, which could include an offer by Midwestern for San Leon or an offer by San Leon for certain assets of Midwestern.” The company noted an acquisition of some or all of Midwestern could constitute a reverse takeover as Midwestern is a larger entity. In that case, San Leon would have to publish a new AIM admission document and secure the approval of shareholders for a deal. San Leon said its shares would remain suspended “pending the termination of these discussions or the publication of an admission document”. The discussions “may or may not lead to a transaction being completed”, it added. San Leon shares were previously suspended on July 3 after the company was unable to publish its 2016 accounts by a deadline of June 30. They were readmitted to trading on September 11 when the company published its annual report.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:40
honestsidToday 12:50 NNPC should have paid ALL by now. (correct me if I'm wrong) If I was Avobone I would be concerned that NNPC will only pay a minimal/nominal amount, if any, ontime, thereby dragging it out further. It may not be SLE's fault this time, but as Fanning has done his utmost to get out of paying what SLE owe, Avobone probably have no sympathy whatsoever and couldnt give a fig about SLE, Fanning or SLE shareholders. People don't like having the mickey taken out of them, more than once. He should have paid Avobone 2 years ago, its now cost SLE double and now we havent got a bean, it may even be the end for SLE. and cost every shareholder all our hard earned. Stupid not to have paid Avobone when it was obviously owed. ................. they found the money to pay themselves big bonuses, maybe it would have been better to have paid Avobone and then paid themselves big bonuses.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:18
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chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:16
08 November 2016 San Leon Energy plc Settlement with Avobone On 7 November 2016, Avobone N.V. and Avobone Poland B.V. ("Avobone") (together, "Avobone") and San Leon Energy Plc ("San Leon") settled a number of ongoing disputes between them and between Avobone and certain of San Leon's subsidiaries, including Aurelian Oil & Gas Limited, Aurelian Oil & Gas Poland Sp. z.o.o, Energia Zachod Holdings Sp. z.o.o and AOG Finance Limited, in Poland, Netherlands, Ireland, England & Wales in respect of various matters including a final award in an ICC arbitration dated 21 May 2015. The total settlement of EUR23.3 million plus interest to be paid to Avobone by San Leon will be paid as follows, with EUR2.0 million being paid by 21 November 2016, EUR8.0 million by 28 April 2017, EUR8.0 million by 16 October 2017 and EUR5.3 million by 30 December 2017. Interest will accrue at a rate of 5% per annum on instalments until paid.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:13
o1lman - 15 Nov 2016 - 11:15:02 - 28291 of 34642 San Leon Energy - The New Positive Thread - SLE LONDON-- European and Moroccan oil and gas company San Leon Energy PLC (SLE.LN) said it has settled disputes with investment company Avobone, resulting in a 23.2 million euro ($25.5 million) payment. San Leon said the payment is ahead of the EUR20.6 million provision it made in its 2015 accounts due to interest, exchange rate moves and more legal costs. oh dear.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:12
linksdean2 - 18 Nov 2016 - 09:36:31 - 28405 of 34642 San Leon Energy - The New Positive Thread - SLE you really have a problem with your lying 30% gain here scum as your war here proves you never made!!..in total sle have made $29 million from this deal..they have no other payments to be made plus have an npi of 10% of seikeirki..no worries.. but you do! for a feked non vested prik stik..you are an oddman!.. and as I said you no nowt about nowt here callous junk fig he hee!!.. Sle are in business..producers of oil&gas..your a feked figa!! ...half of avobone paid for and a field yet not connected...fekin great deal!!
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
13:07
yep, email Avobone and tell them, either they are unaware of the fact or think the guarantee is as useful as a chocolate teapot. u should really set yourself up as a business consultant with your outstanding knowledge, then again u posted before that Avobone would lose their court case so maybe u shouldn't bother.
chart trader2000
12/11/2017
12:39
In the absence of any information from the company remembering that good news is normally spun and bad news omitted, lets estimate what Eroton has to earn next year to pay San Leon 76 mill u$ and the RBL of 100 million u$ to allow for any underpayments from this year. so total of 176 million. ............... OML 18 2016 Production Summary and Commentary - Average oil sales for 2016 were 30,969 bopd (after downtime and disputed pipeline losses, including 50% of the Awoba field), compared with the initial CPR expectation (set out in the admission document of San Leon dated 26 August 2016 ("Admission Document")) of 47,058 bopd. ............... let's use the latest confirmed production figures, with the NCTL being closed for repairs this year and no announcements, yet, of any workovers, the figure may be lower. if the workover programme takes place and is successful the figure will be higher. so 31 kbopd by 25% = 7750 bopd. let's assume the new hedge price after costs is $50 a barrel. income from oil £142 mill u$. there are various taxes to deduct but pointless going any further. unless they dramatically increase the production and decrease the downtime, even including the money owed by the NNPC it's a very bleak future for Eroton.
chart trader2000
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