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SRO Spitfire Oil Limited

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20 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spitfire Oil Limited LSE:SRO London Ordinary Share BMG836741048 ORD USD0.0005 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 2.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.00 GBX

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Posted at 13/12/2019 15:30 by tomboyb
Cash left around 4p per share -

Once suspended admin costs etc etc will take this much lower -

Easiest job in the world being SRO directors -
Posted at 13/12/2019 15:25 by tomboyb
FY results out -
Posted at 30/8/2019 07:34 by tomboyb
Relinquishment of licence makes SRO a cash shell -

Thats one way to get booted off the market with cash in your company -
Posted at 13/12/2018 08:58 by playful
My all time favourite:

“The challenge remains Himalayan in its proportion”
Posted at 06/9/2018 23:15 by playful
Big drop coming here as whispers in the wind tell me PJ & Michelle must admit to their diminishing holding otherwise AIM regulation will be asking questions.

Notice he is desperately banging the drum on Twitter whilst attempting to escape his lobster pot...

4/9 12:16

Holding 9%+ #SRO - mkt cap less than cash at bank & enormous oz lignite resource. Watch that one closely. Mkt cap £1.3m 25m shares in issue!

Playing a dangerous game dear boy it’s time to admit your current holding and face the consequences.

Let’s see a current date attributed to your holding.

Worth a read...

You could learn a thing from Kavi who just sat and waited patiently for that greater fool without any ramping whatsoever.
Posted at 18/7/2018 22:20 by zebbo
Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries has teamed up with the Australian government to lead a A$500m ($388m) project to turn coal into liquid hydrogen, in what it has described as one of the world’s first attempts to commercialise the technology.

The pilot project aims to generate “green energy” for use in cars, electricity generation and industry in Japan from one of the dirtiest fuels, brown coal. It involves converting coal to hydrogen at a power plant in the Latrobe Valley — a region in Australia with some of the world’s most abundant supplies of the fossil fuel, which is also called lignite.

Looks like tech has caught up with lignite and SRO has 200 Mbls equivalent

Posted at 29/12/2017 23:05 by lazygun
21So, put a vote on Twitter with some business sectors on just to see what people would most like to see SRO look Into during 2018.

I picked the following sectors; (obviously there are many others, but these seem to be in vogue at present)

1) stay in oil and gas
2) fintech - blockchain type development
3) fintech - crypto currency (ie miniing)
4) mineral resources - EV related ( ie. copper cobalt, lithium, nickel

Link is here hopefully

If you fell like adding your vote, or commenting, feel free

Predictably, fintech blockchain is leading the way, closely followed by EV mineral resource development,

But, will it stay that way?

Posted at 06/12/2017 11:00 by playful
Sad situation for some that followed him, but I did flag this up on numerous occasions...

30 Sep '17 - 20:17 - 220 of 279 0 0 Edit
PJ's stake building doesn't amount to a pile of beans, come December you'll see the usual statement. Anything newsworthy would have been released already. They are simply too busy with Griffin & SRO is a rewarding side show where nothing happens.

23 Oct '17 - 21:20 - 234 of 276 1 0 Edit
Chuckles from within SRO and down we go once we see that all important December statement, poor old PJ he’s been warned about his Twitter nonsense before but can’t help himself...

Welcome to the SRO lobster pot!
Posted at 05/12/2017 20:26 by lazygun
Maybe. Looks like a lot of position taking to me.

Either a placing RNS, or a business strategy update.

One thing i’m Fairly certain about, PJ isn’t going to put in nearly £75k of his own money on market, just to sit and hope that the Sro board might do something.

Neither I don’t think is he doing it on the basis of selling once everyone follows him in driving the price up, just to sell at a profit, at other’s expense.

It would be far too obvious and public as he’d have to issue rns’s to that effect

Posted at 05/12/2017 10:48 by x54v
"Have been watching #SRO for 5 years - I think it's high time for the company to take a bold step for shareholders!"

"#Sro Paul, will you be an active shareholder, as with your other investments? And have you, or will you be talking to the board around future business strategy?"

"#SRO now there's an interesting one!!"
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