Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Solo Oil Plc LSE:SOLO London Ordinary Share GB00BF1BK408 ORD 0.20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.425 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.7 -0.3 - 15

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24/11/2018
12:07
We can but hope edegin. The share price here is atrocious and selling ukog shares has made the share price even worse. Live in hope
doerx2
23/11/2018
14:38
Not sure about the new management here. They seem just as bad as Ritson was. The share price is not liking their new approach, probably because they aren't doing anything, other than selling some UKOG shares, which I hope they've stopped doing as it's a live asset and the only one with action. No news on anything or signs that they are monetising our assets. No presentations or new ideas. I think there was an investors meeting last night but wasn't much of a performance or strategy update or anything. Poor, imo. Seems they are waiting and hoping for things to happen for them.
whoppy
21/11/2018
18:07
SWALA may bring down drilling costs for those involved in exploration drilling in Tanzania in 2019 by ".. exploring the possibility of rig -sharing with other operators..." Http://swalaoilandgas.com/investors-announcements.php SWALA RNS 20-11-2018 --- One of those paid for analyst reports, that suggests on-going strong demand for Helium. Https://leadingjournal.com/44797/global-helium-market-by-2023-market-competitive-situation-opportunities-vendors-market-expansion/ 21-11-2018 ".. Helium market is projected to rise at a stable rate and will post CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 333% during 2018-2023......."
stonefold
19/11/2018
22:38
I think Horsehill is not viable unless the price of oil is $1,000 bopd. Even then I doubt it.
kevjones2
15/11/2018
11:13
How many shares have we got in ukog. I hope not many but have a feeling we have loads. Pos
doerx2
12/11/2018
10:22
Directors holding £1.3 million worth of shares at the current price. hTTps://investegate.co.uk/solo-oil-plc--solo-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201809141056198348A That's certainly significant skin in the game. They must be strongly convinced they can drive the share price higher.
cf456
11/11/2018
22:11
Apart from a day in August Thursday and Friday were the highest volume days in the last year, and significantly so. Should make for an interesting week ahead.....
dbfromgb
09/11/2018
09:08
The big problem here is the granting of the drilling license. When, and under what terms? This is Tanzania, so no-one knows.
divmad
08/11/2018
14:58
Looks like this is ready for take off.
whoppy
07/11/2018
12:14
#RRE Available Cash : £50m yearly profit : £60m Production: 11,000 boepdArran field to take that to : 17,400 boepdNo debt! current market cap : £92.9m Undervalued! Broker target 1460p DYOR(price now 600)
costax1654x
03/11/2018
22:36
of all the horsehill plays PRIM could be the one to shine..listen to CEO Clayton speak about his company HTTPS://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/rose-petroleum-primorus-investments-ananda-developments-d7eb593/
temmujin
03/11/2018
21:42
it may be world class but you dont get paid for mining the stuff..rio tinto exited zimbabwe for that reason..most countries are corrupt not that uk is much better in some respects
temmujin
03/11/2018
20:03
If you want World Class resources then Africa is the place to be, according to Sprott This is from the 26th October 2018 hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjNgxzYCBvM
cperkin
03/11/2018
09:47
i think helium one are drilling in tanzania too...doesnt inspire confidence trading with these guys
temmujin
31/10/2018
06:53
As I understand it Barony solo have around £7.5 million cash so over half their current market cap. This is enough for the C-1 drill and the 3D seismic. If the 4 independent sources of the gas demand are correct (being 4 independent ones then I see no reason not to think so) then they will need to drill C-1 asap and at least one other well in 2019 and the other 4 in 2020/21 Each additional well after C-1 has a price tag of $4.15 US, thats drill flow and complete connection so they will need the bank funding by Mid 19 depending on if the TPDC or the JV pay for the 33km pipe.
cperkin
31/10/2018
06:30
lets face it whatever you do in tanzania the government there will take it eventually..not to be trusted..africans remember the slave trade and want pay back
temmujin
30/10/2018
23:18
Hardly a success story....not necessarily Strands fault I might add Katoro gold https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/chrt/chrt_wrap.php?epic=KAT&period=6
rich2006
30/10/2018
21:56
Thanks cperkin. I was going to look them up, but agree with you that this news is very re-assuring. I almost said exciting, but I have been in Solo for a very, very, very long time.
barony
30/10/2018
19:42
post 10974 - here is the rest of the article, these guys are merchant bankers. Now they wouldn’t be doing this if the license wasn’t coming and the farm out going ahead.... "SOLO HIRES MARKET COLOSSUS TO FINANCE DRILLS" "Three months after appointing its new non-executive chairman Alastair Ferguson, British junior Solo Oil is gearing up to finance its work programme for the Ruvuma basin in Tanzania. The company announced on October 29 that it had appointed London consultancy firm Strand Hanson as its financial advisor. Solo's stake in the Kiliwani North gas field was recently increased when junior Bounty Oil and Gas was unable to keep up on payments. Strand Hanson is present in 27 African countries. The market giant, which is chaired by the hereditary British peer Anthony Tudor St John, previously helped gold mining firm active in Tanzania Katoro Gold (formerly Opera Investments) with its IPO on the LSE." I agree with Edgar
cperkin
30/10/2018
12:37
Edgar, I like your optimism. However, it does seem a helluva long time and maybe our market cap relects that uncertainty.
barony
30/10/2018
08:59
Tanz: 'Solo hires market colossus to finance drills...' Snippet from AfricaIntel 30/10/18
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