Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius Petroleum LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.025p +2.86% 0.90p 10,963,190 09:49:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85p 0.95p 0.90p 0.875p 0.875p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.2 -0.1 - 32.00

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Sirius Petroleum Daily Update: Sirius Petroleum is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRSP. The last closing price for Sirius Petroleum was 0.88p.
Sirius Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 0.82p and a 12 week average price of 0.82p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.71p.
There are currently 3,555,965,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,786,877 shares. The market capitalisation of Sirius Petroleum is £31,114,700.76.
deadly nightshade: i think we have just got to ignore the share price for a bit and just look at the bigger picture of the rig now hopefully drilling in april and ororo being proofed up. nothing has ever been easy about this share so to expect the share price to just multiply at a blink is at best wishfull thinking. i do not see share price shifting much at all on the rig departure and drilling, i think the rise will come once we get confirmation whats down ororo and then get this into production soon after. the days of oil stock share prices multiplying on the sniff of oil and rig departures are long gone. PVR share price never shifted one bit when the rig was on the way to drill that massive well in the atlantic i remember all the twitter lot saying it would jump 50% on rig departure news but that never happened. there's a good chance our hlv is now on the way to collect our rig so lets just savour that moment and enjoy whats hopefully about to unfold
deadly nightshade: Good post this morning sherlock enjoyed reading that one. my positive take on current situation is that the share price is still sitting in a good range when you consider the lack of news flow and the effects of the recent share dilution. if them mm's thought that this was not going to happen they would screw the life out of the current share price. by holding it in the 0.80 / 0.90 range thats telling me that the mm's are viewing this with caution in the sense that they are as much in the dark as we are. although it does not happen happen very often its not without a chance that if the right news hits regarding assets or drilling then this share price could hopefully rocket in a very short time. that my friends is what keeps us invested here
sherl0ck: The share price was always going to be pegged back and relatively low when 3.5bn shares are only aligned against the pre-drilled value of Ororo in a market that’s still somewhat sceptical. Dilution has admittedly been the price we’ve paid for the long time it’s taken to build a strategy to efficiently acquire & develop multiple assets. With the building blocks established, shareholder value could be profoundly impacted if the Board can indeed now pick up larger exclusive assets relatively cheaply, with proportionally lower equity dilution and holding necessary project funding ring-fenced in special purpose vehicles. Ororo against 3.5bn shares currently = ~ 1p share price.... but for illustrative purposes (and without Ororo even being developed further) what if we farmed into an asset valued at say £100m and only dished out an extra 300m shares to IIs at 2.5p (or existing 2p warrants are exercised etc) or even none at all! Most E&P companies have to pay significant upfront money to take a position in lucrative assets but Bobo stated at GM that he wants our money to be much more focused on developing assets, so hopefully with our strategic local partnerships and with a number of other distressed assets currently sat idle through lack of funding & expertise, we’re in a strong position to grow significantly.... and much more efficiently from a shareholder’s perspective.
sherl0ck: O/T (perhaps) As per my previous post, a really neat example is Serica Energy (SQZ), where on 21/11/17 an RNS arrived out of the blue announcing their acquisition of a bunch of BP North Sea assets, significantly increasing their reserves and triggering an RTO: “.....The Acquisition will constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules.... Trading in the Company's Ordinary Shares will be suspended shortly following the release of this announcement. An Admission Document, setting out full details of the Company and the proposed Acquisition, is anticipated to be published on or around 30 November 2017 at which time trading in the Ordinary Shares is expected to be restored.” In this instance suspension was limited to just 9 days, but in reality how long prior to this had they been working on the deal and how long to secretly draft the 296 page admission document? It must have been worked on quietly behind the scenes for a fair amount of time and it’s even possible that the deal paperwork wasn’t actually signed until the AD was pretty much ready to go. If you trace back SQZ’s daily share price and trading volumes before 21st Nov there’s actually very little from Oct/Nov that points to some anticipated big news. In fact the share price drifted a bit in the week prior to the RNS and the volume on the Monday before the Tues 7am RNS was one of the lowest there for months! So clearly a tight lid was kept on the deal. Interestingly there was also a complete absence of any meaningful RNS for almost 2 months before the big one landed so undoubtedly some holders will have got bored and sold at the 26-28p level in the preceding days & weeks. Ouch. After a brief suspension it was restored with a re-rated share price of 66p and it’s now trading at 80p.
deadly nightshade: even if we are not drilling by march i would still settle for massive assets being revealed as long as it shifted the share price higher. if the current share price was say 2p we would all not be getting so stressed over timeframes regarding drilling. its the low share price that is as frustrating as the lack of drilling news
1alfi: Sherl0ck “I enjoy AV’s posts and find them well researched and refreshingly, most likely grounded in reality.” I do not share the same enthusiasm for the value of AV’s posts Astravision 72908 - 15 Dec - Last chance to get stupidly cheap shares 72931 - 16 Dec - 1p is about to be left behind. 72940 - 16 Dec - But one thing I am very confident of, we’re going to see some big gain days with associated large volume. 73141 - Dec 21 - Festive sale won't last forever, when the cheapie shares are gone, they're gone. You'll be luck to pick them up sub 1p for too much longer.imo. Since the above predictions the share price fell to a mid of .85 and even now still remains sub 1p. And that’s what I consider to be reality. Long term shareholders have been fed this deal of what a wonderful company this is and how its going to bring us all rich rewards, too many times. Creating an image, of how lucrative the future of this company is going to be, is not moving the share price any. It’s been done several times before and each time has come to nothing. Given the company’s history of ambiguity and lack of clarity it is now a time for the company to become more transparent in its activities in order to give some stimulation to the share price Best wishes to long term holders and continuing in hope that we shortly get an update that is actually going to have an upward effect on the SP
astralvision: Also I think it's worth pointing out that when Mr Hammond weighed in with a £500K CL, convertible at 0.35p, on the day of the RNS, 8th September 2016, SRSP share price was 0.375p, so this was no 'mates rates' deal, it was struck at the then current price. I don't think too many of us would have liked to have loaned that sort of money at that time.
astralvision: What value a company has, which can be measured by all sorts of different ways and what the share price is or should be are two entirely different things. If it wasn’t, investing in shares might prove to be a lot easier if a lot less interesting as well. At this end of the spectrum by and large you can forget about an share price bring based on ‘value’, it’s all about potential. Some see that potential right now, some don’t, that’s what makes a market. As we move forwards and we start to convert that potential the market will understand and the share price will move north. Don’t expect that share price to be based on ‘value’ though, however you might measure that. It will be based on potential and the sky could be the limit.
deadly nightshade: mm's are dropping share price on very small volumes which leads me to beleave thats a positive because what with next to no interest in this share there surely could be no way a big seller could sell out tens of millions with out crashing share price. thats why the next time the share price spikes it will be interesting to see how many shares get dumped. company will have to issue a positive rns for us to find out though
deadly nightshade: JT that's what one would hope, i just hope the share price turns out better then what happened at san leon, i can remember when they were suspended for months and when they finally came back the share price spiked around 50% and is now pratically back down and not far off where it was before their big news. Hopefully here we will see a lot of other "assets" revealed and this is what we will need to get this share price really going. i am now not even thinking of the oil rig after the heavy lift ship false alarm, concentrating on this rig might be leading us all in the wrong direction, who knows there might stll be a big surprise to play out one never knows it would be nice to think a mystery buyer might still be lurking out there and snap all this up. exciting times what ever and worse case i cant see the share price being a lot lower on re admission
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