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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.85 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.80 1.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -2.56 -0.41 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.85 GBX

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Solo Oil Daily Update: Solo Oil Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SOLO. The last closing price for Solo Oil was 1.85p.
Solo Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.68p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 723,949,586 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Solo Oil Plc is £13,393,067.34.
7767: The more positive talk on the thread the more it will attract sellers to bring the price down!!!
burtond1: Malcy talks SOLO with Doc Holiday
dbfromgb: A lot of tweets from SOLO today which as I read them are signalling the sale of their Tanzanian assets to focus on developing their strategy in Europe. Clearly any sale can only take place once the AEX farmout is complete, and I think we could then expect an announcement. I am also expecting an announcement of a deal between AEX and WEN to develop Nyuni, which could potentially be part of a three way transaction involving SOLO. Plenty of scope for corporate activity involving these three companies with the potential well signalled by all three.
7767: Typical AIM share as soon as any positive moods on these threads its sold and the price drops
stonefold: GP (Jersey) Limited is a private company with a low profile, that has been in business for 30 years. It has previously invested in Union Jack Oil gradually building a stake up to 15% over 2 years, which it sold for more than 100% profit. The share price of UJO today is still 60% higher than the average price GP bought its shares for. GP might on 20-10-2020 have 61,573,978 shares in SOLO with an average price below 1.06p They are happy to slowly buy in the market to increase their stake. They see strong potential for an increase in value. Expect to see a few holdings RNSs
rosco230667: Wow you are a brave man shorting everything SAR NCYTSNGSoLoAnd many more you must be very rich
stonefold: AEX have got gov permission to proceed with a large gas project (drill, seismic, tie in 2 exsiting wells, pipeline to existing gas processing plant which is connected to national grid pipeline. Solo own 25% of the Ruvuma PSA licence (but the mcap / book value of the project to Solo has been keep very low because the Tanz gov have been very slow years to give the final approval) Re-rate in progress for AEX and SOLO
thordon: Great Except the Helium project for Solo needs a massive investment to get started
edgein: Paul, Well that will depend on personal circumstances for each holder, some may not be able to afford to take up more in the open offer. Also SOLO has had a mixed history and a long wait for progress in Tanz that may also put some off. They're looking to get around 30m Euro so 18m from loan suggests circa 12m from cash/open offer. It depends on the price of those and how close it is to the current share price. Will it be circa 400m shares at 2.5p, or will it be closer to 200m shares at 5p? That would also influence some decision making. Personally I did rather well on these on the build up to N-2 drilling and testing. I have an average circa the current share price, probably about 2.2p and plan to take up a few in the oo. But I'm not sure everyone else will though, depends on personal circumstances. I'd expect the oo to be fully underwritten so it shouldn't matter anyway. Regards, Ed.
stonefold: Estimated profit example for investing £100 in each of the seven Horse Hill companies. HH = Horse Hill = PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 This calculation uses figures and assumptions which may be incorrect. It ignores: Share price spread. Brokers costs Exchange rate cost Tax Any ordinary shares that these companies hold in each other. Inter-company loans. Debts and liabilities for Horse Hill or other projects the companies are involved in. Fund raising that may occur. The total number of shares in issue may change due to options, warrants or placings. Some or all of the HHDL partners may sell early for a lower price. The other projects/assets of the companies may change in value. 100% of an assets value is not reflected in the share price. That TELL’s costs to the operator HHDL are carried by all the other partners in HHDL until production starts. Once production starts then TELL’s carry cost debt is gradually repaid to all the HHDL partners from TELL’s share of the production revenue. Also the new valuation figure for Horse Hill I have plucked out of thin air, is based on assumptions: That the EWT will be successful. That the field moves quickly into production. That the estimated recoverable reserves are as I expect. That the £ $ exchange rate and price of oil does not change. £ $ 1.3123 £ Aus$ 1.77154 Oil $71.03 bbl 1. Ticker == Shares issued == Current share price pence DOR == 50,420,109 == 9.596 SOLO == 471,953,594 == 2.495 ALBA == 2,848,614,934 == 0.595 PRIM == 2,796,619,343 == 0.167 GUN == 4,882,924,490 == 0.045 UKOG == 5,207,240,526 == 2.17 TELL == 240,520,000 == 594.376 2. Ticker == % of Horse Hill that each company owns DOR == 6.5 SOLO == 9.75 ALBA == 11.765 PRIM == 3.25 GUN == 1.3 UKOG == 32.435 TELL == 35.0 3. 100% of Horse Hill was last valued at £30,769,230 when SOLO bought 5% of HHDL for £1 million. Ticker == Last value of Horse Hill that each company owns £. DOR == 1,999,999.95 SOLO == 2,999,999.93 ALBA == 3,619,999.91 PRIM == 999,999,98 GUN == 399,999.99 UKOG == 9,979,999.75 TELL == 10,769,230.50 4. For each company the mcap. is made up in part by the last HH value and by the other value of projects/assets that company holds. Ticker == mcap £ == Other value £. DOR == 4,838,313 == 2,838,313.71 SOLO == 11,775,251 == 8,775,251.23 ALBA == 16,949,258 == 13,329,258.95 PRIM == 4,670,354 == 3,670,354.33 GUN == 2,197,316 == 1,797,316.03 UKOG == 112,997,119 == 103,017,119.66 TELL == 1,429,593,155 == 1,418,823,924.70 5. If you now buy £100 worth of shares in each of the seven HH companies, that £100 would consist of: Ticker == last HH value £ == Other value £ DOR == 41.34 == 58.66 SOLO == 25.48 == 74.52 ALBA == 21.36 == 78.64 PRIM == 21.41 == 78.59 GUN == 18.20 == 81.80 UKOG == 8.83 == 91.17 TELL == 0.75 == 99.25 6. For the sake of this calculation the other value remains unchanged. Following a successful EWT, confirmation of commerciality and recoverable reserves, and Near to the start of production the new value of HH by my estimate would be £100 million. This would give an increase figure for the value of the HH part of the £100 invested. From which a profit figure can be produced. Ticker == new HH value £ == Other value £ == New Total £ == Profit £ DOR == 134.34 == 58.66 == 193.01 == 93.01 SOLO == 82.80 == 74.52 == 157.32 == 57.32 ALBA == 69.41 == 78.64 == 148.06 == 48.06 PRIM == 69.59 == 78.59 == 148.18 == 48.18 GUN == 59.16 == 81.80 == 140.96 == 40.96 UKOG == 28.70 == 91.17 == 119.87 == 19.87 TELL == 2.45 == 99.25 == 101.69 == 1.69 7. This gives the implied new mcap. and new share price Ticker == mcap. £ == New Share Price pence DOR == 9,338,313.71 == 18.521 SOLO == 18,525,251.23 == 3.925 ALBA == 25,094,258.95 == 0.881 PRIM == 6,920,354.33 == 0.247 GUN == 3,097,316.03 == 0.063 UKOG == 135,452,119.66 == 2.601 TELL == 1,453,823,924.70 == 604.450 Only for entertainment - DYOR [Edited to correct wrong figures: ] (section 4 -other values £) (section 7 -new mcap £) (section 7 -new share price pence) Also Estimated recovery factor 30% Which gives Estimated recoverable reserves 3,900,000 bbl. oil
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