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Sirius Petroleum LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.65p 431,852 05:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.60p 0.70p 0.65p 0.65p 0.65p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -2.27 -0.09 23.1

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10/11/201817:47SRSP same ramp squad as TSTR21

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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 0.65p.
Sirius Petroleum has a 4 week average price of 0.63p and a 12 week average price of 0.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.08p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.50p.
There are currently 3,555,965,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,276,440 shares. The market capitalisation of Sirius Petroleum is £23,113,777.71.
deadly nightshade: Dr rosso I think your right this could well be another jam tomorrow RNS. Ask ourselves this is the share price acting in a way that we will be spudding within the next couple of weeks?? On that presenter page is showed a pic of two more possible asset's, one would have thought these would have to be lined up before everything is locked up and then in my opinion sold off. Is this whole ororo drill just one big red herring and will never be drilled by us? If you look at our bod do they come across as just money men happy to package the whole lot up and flog it off, or could you imagine bobo, jack, chris and Simon do the day in day out grind of running a production company themselves? I have a feeling this could have a lot more months to run before we see shareholder value here, I am hopefully wrong but the share price speaks volumes to me
edgein: Vatna, Who do you imagine owns the remaining 30% of OML109: Bobo Kuti, CEO of Sirius, said: "The proposed acquisition would be a significant addition to the Sirius portfolio and we look forward to working with the co-owners of the asset and our operational partners to boost production on the Ejulebe field. We are also excited to explore the EJ-WSW prospect, which, if successful, could potentially add material reserves." Does that sound like an oil services contract to you? Why would they be excited about EJ-WSW, if they were providing oil services they wouldn't care they'd still get paid whether the well was successful or not. Working with the co-owners of the asset? The deal is exclusively between SRSP, Precision and Tetrarch. Moreover: "Precision Energy Tetra 109 (BVI) Ltd" Do you think they set up subsidiary companies for every contract win? :) Oil service companies get paid for providing services, they don't pay $40m up front to provide services. Before anyone says, yes there are deferred payment service contracts like SLB does these days, but that's not them handing over £m in cash. Yes SRSP could discover sometime about how to write a clear RNS, but then I reckon there'll be a few more straight forward ones when they start to drill O-2. Telling folks what Precision's interest and Tetrarch interests in 109 would have been a good place to start. But whatever, if they deliver about 6 wells and workovers during the next six months I'd imagine the share price has the potential to be somewhat higher. Regards, Ed.
deadly nightshade: Yes these block trades are surely not pi's. Most pi's buy shares in value amount not in share numbers amount. With the fast speed you can trade shares these days the government and share companies make a absolute fortune when you see these big share price fluctuations. A company only has to sneeze these days and the share price drops 30% and this panic's pi's into selling and the government make a fortune out of share stamp duty. The whole market is geared towards frequently trading now rather then sit and hold like it was years ago. Weak pi's are just cannon fodder for the ones at the top getting stinking rich off the back of it
deadly nightshade: Rpat what is said on here will make no difference to the share price what's so ever. As I said the other day that bobo interview has been viewed several hundred times on YouTube and the lack of buying since that interview says it all about how serious words that come out of Bobo's mouth are now taken. Once these silly games of false drill dates stop and the action is allowed to start the share price will then rise accordingly
sherl0ck: Those who recommend people buy or sell on a share bulletin board typically have an agenda. Those who recommended that people sell when the share price was rock bottom can be summarily ignored. Those who made such a recommendation and then repeat their post a couple of years later (when the share price is 200% higher) deserve to be laughed at.
deadly nightshade: Aventador yes we see share price on a big drop to 0.65 but my argument is the mm's can potentialy drop a share price to any amount if they in turn are not prepared to fill a large order buy. If I tried to buy 20 million in one hit would the mm's accommodate?? Considering share price has dropped from 1.5p peak to as low as 0.65 then they in theory should have loads of spare shares to flog but as bleemster pointed out 3.5million buys would have seen this back at 0.80 so in theory if they accommodated my supposed 20 million buy this in turn then should see this at 1p but we all know it does not work like that. Mm's just on one big fishing trip by the look of it
deadly nightshade: regardless of what the current share price would have us beleave the big money is still invested here, massive share rollovers on going as dr rosso has pointed out people must still be keen to stay invested in this never ending saga. mm's seem to be on one big fishing trip for shares. they know full well when this shower finally hit the go button then they will be swamped for shares and the lack of them will hopefully have a coil spring effect on the share price. just a case of when some news is released
deadly nightshade: Yes lack of free shares could well explain why the mm's are screwing the share price down and flushing the weak out. If 3.5million buy tskes this back to 0.80 then how can this share price drop nearly 40% in a few weeks. Shocking aim tactics
deadly nightshade: Mm's have screwed the guts out of the share price from 1p but on the back of what? The share price has not stopped 35% on massive selling as there has barely been any massive share volume days. It's dropped on lack of news and bad sentiment rather then mass selling
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.
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