Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sterling Energy LSE:SEY London Ordinary Share GB00B4X3Q493 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15p -1.38% 10.70p 10.20p 11.20p - - - 0 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 3.3 -6.7 -3.0 - 23.55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/10/2016
08:21
Wbodger.. Beardsall retired in May 11 May 2016 Board Changes and Director Appointment Sterling Energy plc (“Sterling Energy” or the “Company”;), the AIM listed oil and gas exploration company (AIM: SEY), today announces that its Executive Chairman Alastair Beardsall will be retiring from the Company with immediate effect after six years of service for personal reasons. Mr Beardsall will also retire from the board of directors of the Company (the “Board”).
osammyboy2
14/10/2016
07:39
It looks out of date already, unless I'm mistaken. A week ago Sterling put out an RNS about the abandonment of the Ntem concession, yet it is included in the Presentation. It does look like a mistake. I'm struggling with the politics here. Obviously there was a deep rift between Kroupeev and the Chairman and his allies, and I'm not sure how much of this Presentation has the support of the new chairman Beardsall, and whether it indicates Beardsall and Kroupeev are united about the future direction. That seems to me critical - Beardsall was enthusiastically welcomed aboard as CEO a few years ago after years of stagnation, and the failure to move forward has been disappointing. Has he been baulked, and is that now resolved? Kroupeev is not transparent so the only answers will presumably come from Beardsall himself.
wbodger
14/10/2016
05:16
http://www.sterlingenergyuk.com/pdf/presentations/2016-10-13_Investor_Presentation.pdf New presentation as of last night.
ohisay
14/10/2016
02:40
Maybe the expression: "due to strategic differences on the future direction of the Company" (taken from the latest RNS) ..is a euphemism for auto-dissolution?
septimus quaid
13/10/2016
21:08
Something is clearly about to happen and it is concerning that 3 non execs are resigning because they don't like it. As Sterling has done nothing for years I think it should return the cash to the shareholders.
888icb
13/10/2016
19:52
I wonder what is going to happen now with nearly all the non execs leaving? Still, should save a few quid. Maybe get some news soon with whatever the non execs didn't like.
paulbiru
28/9/2016
08:23
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deanroberthunt
27/9/2016
17:45
£92.4 million cash, no debt, 220 million shares Cash per share 42p Yes Septimus dissolve the company and give us the money.
osammyboy2
26/9/2016
16:40
A little movement on the share price such that we started Sept just below 15p and today we are touching 18p. The last time we saw 18p was May 2015.
888icb
02/8/2016
20:46
Maybe they are waiting to fully decommission Chinguetti, and discharge all their liabilities, before dissolving the company and returning the remaining cash to shareholders?
septimus quaid
02/8/2016
14:37
Has SEY actually ever drilled a producing well? I've been in these a long (costly) time and not heard of a producer :-/
optomistic
02/8/2016
14:24
SEY up 5% whatever next! Perhaps all the cash they are sitting on is in US$ and hence in sterling terms the value of the company has gone up.That seems the most likely explanation as the Directors have been asleep for several years now based on the total lack of activity.
888icb
14/7/2016
17:25
UP 18% on volume of 180000. This share could double to 32p and still not have a market cap equal to its cash as at April 16.
888icb
13/7/2016
15:03
Yep not sure...falling on apparently small volume...will carry on watching from the sidelines.Lost a packet on this in the past so once bitten and all that!
gozo
13/7/2016
14:18
SP falling what have the useless sods not done with our cash pile this month.
888icb
11/5/2016
07:24
Congrats on your retirement Mr Beardsall. Six years with your snout in the trough overseeing a massive destruction in shareholder value. Also more appointments with zillions of years in the oil industry, aka clubby gravy trainers. SEY don't need experienced people they need lucky people. Plus this "Relationship Agreement", a euphemism for financial shenanigans which no doubt will require some form of "corporate restructuring" thereby casting the remaining PIs into oblivion (along with our what's left of our cash).
septimus quaid
03/5/2016
12:49
One trade of 11848 shares has moved it up 11.5%. Have there been signs of life. Perhaps the Directors have come out of hibernation and someone has seen them turn the lights on in the expensive London Offices!
888icb
29/4/2016
05:37
don't hold anymore but surely they can put 100million USD to better use than just thebank in the biggest oil crash in decades.
surfer2
28/4/2016
10:45
Re Ambilobe withdrawal... " we have made the disciplined decision to exit, focusing on shorter cycle revenue generating assets." ...and I do wonder what they might be :-/
optomistic
27/4/2016
16:44
Cash in the Bank from the Interims is £65.43 Million but the Market Cap is only £36.31 Million. The shares could virtually double and be fully supported by cash. This attaches no value for its assets.The disgraceful inaction of the directors continues.
888icb
26/4/2016
05:28
hTtp://www.ukogplc.com/ul/UKOG%20MASTER%20INVESTOR.pdf
datait
20/4/2016
15:26
Second that, why in these times can they not put together a deal for SEY ?
puffin1
17/4/2016
23:16
Just to put the scale of the directors failings into context SEY has a market cap of £36.5 million but it has cash in the bank of £69 million. Essentially its market cap is covered twice by cash and it has some assets. This has been the case for years and in my opinion it is disgraceful that directors can remain in office in such circumstances. If they can't invest it they should return it to the shareholders.
888icb
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