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 +2.94% 0.875p 6,065,747 11:33:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85p 0.90p 0.875p 0.82p 0.85p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -2.27 -0.09 31.1

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17/7/201821:32SIRIUS PETROLEUM - CASHED UP AND READY TO ROLL81,604
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22/9/201618:33SIRIUS PETROLEUM - CASHED STRAPPED AND READY TO FOLD2,699

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17/7/2018
09:20
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 0.85p.
Sirius Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 0.78p and a 12 week average price of 0.78p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.78p.
There are currently 3,555,965,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,756,858 shares. The market capitalisation of Sirius Petroleum is £31,114,700.76.
12/7/2018
17:11
deadly nightshade: to me the clues are in the current share price, if the mm's drop this to 0.50 with no news then i will start smelling a rat, if it keeps sticking within current range then that will do for me. money talks something is holding this share price up
05/7/2018
09:03
aventador: Just need the bloody share price up, it's July now update must be due any time now, volume and share price movement is saying otherwise though.
14/6/2018
21:44
deadly nightshade: what ever they decide to do one way or another the next month should reveal something, as dr rosso said the other day a doom and gloom agm with frustration about drilling then hey ho this lot pull a rabbit out of the hat. typical aim ive seen a share on its knee's one minute then one boom rns and the share price can jump 200%. its obvious this share price has been sat in this tight range for some reason. every aim share has its day and 5 minutes of fame ours is still awaiting it, them pesky mm's are not getting a drop of sweat from me they will have my shares when i decide
10/6/2018
19:55
deadly nightshade: you make a good point regarding these extra shares shez, as any longterm aim investor knows shares are thrown around at will in aim. this lot need to start getting the share price up before they even think about issuing more shares at a pathetic current low share price.
21/4/2018
20:21
deadly nightshade: trouble is we are all guessing and hoping here, if that rigs not moving within the next week i struggle to see how we will even be drilling in may. the stable share price fills me with confidence as the people in the know are streets ahead from what we as pi's know and all was not well the mm's would be smashing the backside out of the share price, if the share price dips below 0.80 i will start thinking all is not well. although its hard to beleave considering where we are at the moment we are very fortunate to have a share price sitting at 0.92p.
18/4/2018
12:29
deadly nightshade: as ive always said the the pi are always the last to know anything so all we have to go on is the share price and ive been invested in aim stocks long enough to know that this share price would be sinking below 0.50 if something was a miss. the fact this is still holding firm is one positive. anyone here who remembers the days of the share price being 0.20 and that village idiot grannydim wrongly spouting this was going down the pan will know that on paper we have come a long way since then. if that was our rig being towed into port the other day then its possible that it may just be having some maintenece for any such reason and that has delayed things a couple of weeks. on the other hand if no news is coming in the next couple of 3 weeks then we have got to voice strong words on here and hopefully get a update of some sort.
08/4/2018
21:08
sherl0ck: 26.2 - Frustrated? I’ve been invested almost 6 years now and didn’t for one minute imagine being sat here in 2018 with the share price under a penny. But this is balanced against some positive things that I also didn’t anticipate when I started buying. I believe there’s ample clues that good things are in store for investors, hence I’ll only become frustrated if it looks like the bigger picture opportunity has gone off the rails. As such, I’m not overly concerned about the current share price or minor fluctuations and I don’t plan to sell until we see much greater company value... which won’t be based solely on Ororo. I don’t bother tracking rig/hlv movements and I view Ororo as an initial part of a much bigger picture and a means to an end, hence if we do indeed need to drill..... we’ll drill. Everything takes longer in Nigeria, which is probably compounded further when you’re working with multiple international partners and trying to do something complex and innovative. So if I do have to wait longer to realise an anticipated return on my investment, then so be it. I’m perhaps fortunate that I don’t need the money straightaway. All that really matters to me is eventually seeing significant shareholder value. As far as I’m concerned the share price until then is largely irrelevant. I appreciate my views will be completely at odds with many here, but you asked the question.
19/3/2018
18:55
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
24/2/2018
19:00
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
16/2/2018
15:56
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.
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