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% 34.75p 34.75p 35.00p - - - 0 06:41:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -160.5 -372.8 - 156.38

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10/8/2017
09:25
in theory the offer 'deadline' is Monday, but with no results I suspect a delay or withdraw notification is likely to come first.
dusseldorf
08/8/2017
22:00
Not posted on advfn for years. Glad I soldOut and only lost one shirt. Wish I had done more Dd on the director before I bought. Also experience of other investors can be very useful in evaluating companies like Sle. Thanks for the heads up CT wish I had listened earlier.
johnwalton
08/8/2017
20:16
The next beneficiaries of the cash call arrears payment are companies like Aiteo, Seplat, Eroton consortium which acquired 45 per cent of the assets divested by Shell,Total and Eni. ............... The part to really concentrate is ' next ' chart trader20008 Aug '17 - 09:58 - 33295 of 33313 1 0 Edit According to him of the $1billion that was pledged to be redeemed by the government it was $400million that was owed the IOCs while the remaining 600million belongs to other investors. .............. so according to the NNPC only the IOC's have been paid their first instalment of $400 mill. so 'next' most probably means next year. oh dear.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
13:33
President Muhammadu Buhari, elected in 2015 on an anti-corruption platform, is seeking to stamp-out Nigeria's widespread graft.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
13:15
so if u know who dizzy on lsezzy was u will know that's it not my post, LSD u are a very naughty boy.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
12:51
o1lman19 Feb '16 - 09:17 - 6492 of 7983 1 0 RaskolToday 08:25 Your constant attempt to besmirch the character of Frus and Sid is looking a little desperate. Regardless of holdings or motives, time and time again they have correctly anticipated the direction of the share price Anyone that had made an investment decision, regarding SLE, based upon their opinions would have seen a considerable return on their position. Anyone that had taken a position based on your postings would have either seen their investment rendered worthless or would have had to continuously average down, probably investing more than they had originally intended. I’m not for one minute suggesting that anyone should make any decisions based on the postings on a forum (that would be crazy) but when it comes the credibility of posters……;.. Personally I find the fact that an investor with a large position (if time invested on the forum has any correlation to holdings) that is currently worth just a fraction of the originally paid price can remain so upbeat and positive, talk of 10 baggers, and so aggressively attack those with anything negative to say, much more suspicious than those that are genuinely and quite justifiably disgruntled with the company!
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
11:45
Poland was going to be the making of the company before that it was the USA then it was Ireland then it was Holland then it was Iraq then it was back to Poland then it was Turkey then it was Morocco then it was Poland again, meanwhile Ireland which was going to be a company maker has been hived off with a JV. then it was back to Turkey until that was a dead duck then back to Morocco offshore twice, both dusters then Albania offshore then Morocco shale was abandoned after around 7 mill euros wasted then Poland Shale gas, then Poland shale gas and conventional.. then just the conventional which most of has been hived off then Morocco shale but not the same shale as before then Poland two dusters so the third well wasn't drilled then Poland (Rawicz) then Poland again (Rawicz and Siekerki) then Poland just Rawicz Now we have gone full circle it's back to Morocco, not shale but an entirely new strategy. then Rawicz again but not Siekerki then Albania then Rawicz15 then Nigeria. then Rawicz was sold then Albania wasn't drilled then back to Nigeria ............... there was a mountain of sh1te posted about the above assets, the outcome was a 200 mill plus loss whilst the share price unsurprisingly fell from the equivalent of £40.00 to 25p, the investment of the decade, for shorters that is.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
10:56
I guess if it was a meaningful amount SLE would have informed their shareholders of the amount, one thing is certain it will not be included in Eroton's accounts for last year and most probably not in this years either.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
10:51
yep, maybe TOSCA will take all the benefits as they can afford to wait it out.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
10:00
maybe they will pay the cash call early so March 2018 ?
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
09:59
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has indicated that it will clear its cash call debts to its Joint Venture (JV) partners in oil production before the anniversary of the first $400 million payment it made to them in April this year. NNPC’s Group Managing Director, Dr. Maikanti Baru, disclosed this in a statement from the Group General Manager, Public Affairs of the corporation, Mr. Ndu Ughamadu, on Monday in Abuja. Baru also said at the inauguration of the reconstituted NNPC Anti-Corruption Committee, that the four upstream investments it recently entered into with its JV partners would provide incremental revenue worth $30 billion to the national treasury in the next 10 years. The NNPC in December 2016 got a discount of $1.7 billion from the $6.8 billion it owed its JV partners as cash call obligations and was asked to pay $5.1 billion instead. This is however in addition to the $1.2 billion. .............................. April 2018, not long to wait then.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
09:58
According to him of the $1billion that was pledged to be redeemed by the government it was $400million that was owed the IOCs while the remaining 600million belongs to other investors. .............. so according to the NNPC only the IOC's have been paid their first instalment of $400 mill. so 'next' most probably means next year. oh dear.
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
09:56
The next beneficiaries of the cash call arrears payment are companies like Aiteo, Seplat, Eroton consortium which acquired 45 per cent of the assets divested by Shell,Total and Eni. ............... The part to really concentrate is ' next '
chart trader2000
08/8/2017
09:25
this show what a misleading LIAR you are tone! www.businessdayonline.com/updated-fg-pay-500-million-cash-call-arrears-aiteo-seplat-others/ Updated: FG to pay $500 million as Cash Call arrears to Aiteo, Seplat others May 3rd, 2017 The Federal Government is to pay about $500million to the next batch of Cash call arrears beneficiaries which are indigenous oil operators that acquired 45 per cent stakes in divested oil assets in order to finally put an end to the issue of call arrears for the year 2016. According to Bello Babura Rabiu who is the chief Operating Officer Upstream in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) who spoke to BusinessDay at a forum organized by the Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) at the ongoing Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) holding in Houston, Texas, United States of America, he said since the government has now settled the international oil companies, the next set of investors to be settled are those that bought the divested assets. He said arrangements are at top gear to settle them soon. The next beneficiaries of the cash call arrears payment are companies like Aiteo, Seplat, Eroton consortium which acquired 45 per cent of the assets divested by Shell,Total and Eni. He said what the government is owing these investors about $500million which is just for their operational activities for 2016 , adding that the amount is part of the $1 billion that the oil companies demanded that the federal Government should pay to show seriousness in the new deal as regards financing the joint venture operations. According to him of the $1billion that was pledged to be redeemed by the government it was $400million that was owed the IOCs while the remaining 600million belongs to other investors. He said to ensure that the industry comes alive again certain steps were taken that would bring back the confidence of the international oil companies. He said.We did a few things, when we came in last year there was over $7 billion cash arrears. The country has not being paying it cash call obligations as far back as 2000 but because of the confidence the international oil companies have in the country they continue to borrow us the money to support their operations. But by last year there were challenges in the oil industry and they could not continue to support the government¡¨. We had to sit down with the companies, negotiated and agreed to pay them off the total money of about $5 billion cash arrears in five years through on incremental production of crude oil Secondly , we asked the government for assistance that will take care of cash call problems and in doing this we have actually installed a cash call system which does not require posting cash calls just like we were doing before. So we are now is a situation that in 2016 there was not cash call arrears by the time we would have paid the indigenous companies¡¨; He said it is not only this, there is now a system where any company that has to produce oil and gas would be paid as at when due. The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, has disclosed on Monday at different for a for investors in Houston that the Federal Government has begun to redeem its pledge to settle outstanding joint venture cash call debts it owes International Oil Companies (IOCs) with $400 million paid last week to them. Kachikwu told reporters at an investors for organised by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) in Houston that the $400 million payment was part of a $1.2 billion cash call debt owed the investors in 2016. This, he stated, was different from the discounted $5.1 billion cash call arrears it negotiated in December 2016
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