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Sirius Petroleum Plc LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
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Oil & Gas Producers -2.27 -0.09 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.40 GBX

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Sirius Petroleum Daily Update: Sirius Petroleum Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRSP. The last closing price for Sirius Petroleum was 0.40p.
Sirius Petroleum Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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dr rosso: I think $11m was needed to secure a 40% stake in ATOG, a Co. which has a valuation of around $20m, with undeveloped assets potentially around $110m. ATOG alone is prob worth just under 1p to the SRSP share price on relist.
htrocka2: There are two side to every coin. Although srsp claim they had no involvement in the disastrous 01 re-entry, to some extent, I have to side with GP, who, like us, had no doubt listened to failed promises after failed promises and by srsp's continual delay, had been provoked into acting on their own initiative. Washing of hands hardly enhance the bonds between 'partners'. If there was no communication between srsp and GP on the 01 re-entry...what was GP's intent?
1alfi: If I put a buy order into JPJ for 500 shares at 5p per share and another person accepted the trade, and again through JPJ, sold me 500 shares at 5p per share, would the share price move up to 5p ?
htrocka2: I'd just like to add that at 0.25p Nominal Value.. is fairly good.... which means that the company are not allowed to issue shares below this price. Take ICON, as an example....with 37bn shares in issue, have a Nominal Value of 0.001p...meaning that they cannot issue shares below one thousandth of a penny each, whereas in the other extreme, Rolls Royce, with 8.4bn shares in issue, gave themselves a Nominal value of 20p.Although not certain, but would imagine that should an share price fall below its Nominal Value, a Consolidation would take.
vatnabrekk: Bron, they are not setting the price at anything. When they are asking the AGM for authorisation to issue shares they can't fix the price that the shares will be issued at, because they simply don't know at that time. The "Nominal" price is the price that the shares are shown in the accounts. It has nothing whatsoever to do with the price that the company will get for the shares. It has nothing to do with the market price. It is simply the "Nominal" price for reference. The "Nominal" price for all SRSP shares is 0.25p. So they are not stating how much they will raise by issuing these shares, they are actually asking for authorisation to issue 6B shares at some point in the future.
astralvision: Isn't every open offer a 'limited number'.I think it has to be!Whatever the open offer and associated raise share price was, that would be the expected opening share price on relist. If we then go to a premium that would be great, happy days!
edgein: Thank the good lord above that the Ororo fiasco wasn't on the back of bank loans but rather funded through equity. SRSP wouldn't still be around if it were. It was a stroke of luck to get Barak and AFC supporting SRSP when they did. They are the only hope of getting these deals over the line and they are potentially company making for SRSP. I just hope that Bobo and co can get these closed. I would imagine it would be also very welcome to have the likes of Barak or AFC on the books as a significant shareholder after the refinancing (if the deals complete and the RTO goes through). They do deserve it after keeping the show on the road for this long. Would be great to see either or both of these companies taking part in the refinancing/open offer for a potential future producing SRSP. Regards, Ed.
htrocka2: 'The Company will update shareholders as soon as is practicable in the New Year on both the proposed transaction in Nigeria, which was provisionally announced in the Letter to Shareholders' I feel that the outcome of the Owena Oil and Gas motion, to be heard on January 14th 2021 with respect to the ororo licence revocation (ie, in a couple of weeks time), will determine the future of SRSP in Nigeria.(….Should Owena lose their case maybe some form of compromise can be reached with the DPR? does seem strange that Nigeria would bite off the hand that feeds them and send out the wrong signals to the O@G companies under their jurisdiction)...(The ororo field was not put into the bid basket...and srsp were very close to bringing oil to surface)...If Owena and SRSP lose the case and walk away from Nigeria....what has Nigeria won....nothing, they're back to square one and the oil remains in the ground. Srsp will then inform the DPR that all the plans they had for Nigeria...are going into the bin. HTTPS://
htrocka2: captminion/vatnabrekk just a quick one... 'Also ask yourself why does ATOG need us if their web page is to believed their all things to gas and oil?' I think you've all missed the point here.....Berwick, Taylor, Stein, ATOG directors, are all old Orphir 'buddies'. Berwick and Taylor borrowed money from 'wonga' to set up the ATOG operation. However, part of the deal was that 'Wonga' (aka European High Growth Fund, aka Blue Ocean, aka, Jean Craven...and a few other names) retain 50% of the as things stood at the beginning, it was a 'Wonga/Atog' J/V.(It seems that 'wonga' will not sell any part of their 50% holding back to ATOG thereby giving ATOG control that would make them subservient holders). The problem is that with a 50/50 split...neither party has overall authority of the company. As seen from various other operations 'wonga' have been involved with, they're a bit of a 'wild card' and only interested in themselves and making money ...which means that ATOG have no idea what 'wonga' propose to do with the 'other half' of the ATOG' holding. My belief is that Alan Stein, the SRSP TAC member and also ATOG director, proposed that SRSP should be allowed first option over the 'wonga' percentage....thereby ATOG using SRSP (and the 'old boy' network) to retian/regain control of the company. SRSP's acquisition of the 40% interest in ATOG is just as important to ATOG as it is to SRSP. (The last thing that ATOG want is for 'Wonga' to threaten to sell their stake to an asset stripper.) (usual opinion only) HTTPS://
deadly nightshade: Not sure what to make of the copl news today, not sure the market liked it that much even though the share price is up 24% ( still well below year highs without the latest news) would have thought if it was a game changer of a deal share price would have been up a lot lot more. will as always boil down to money and funding so going forward will be interesting to see at what cost that will be to current holders, and also interesting how the nigerian based companies now appear to be moving away from asset focus on nigeria.Is this a hint after all these years that they are finally getting the message as regards to never being able to get anything across the line??
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