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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sterling Energy Plc LSE:SEY London Ordinary Share GB00B4X3Q493 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 11.25 16,437 08:00:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.60 12.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.21 -0.53 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:22:32 O 16,437 12.00 GBX

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30/11/202006:58Sterling Energy PLC - 2020 and beyond39
21/5/202016:02sterling energy - a new beginning - sangaw 20106,252
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12/2/201509:32WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON ?106

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29/11/2020
08:20
Sterling Energy Daily Update: Sterling Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEY. The last closing price for Sterling Energy was 11.25p.
Sterling Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.70p and a 12 week average price of 10.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.30p.
There are currently 220,053,020 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 92,922 shares. The market capitalisation of Sterling Energy Plc is £24,755,964.75.
30/11/2020
06:58
septimus quaid: to a point excellance but the boat of opportunity for buying distressed assets is getting ready to set sail, oil price recovery, end of Covid, etc ..and that pot of money isn’t going to last forever. If you’ve been out of the loop, a huge chunk got blown on settling their obligations re Chinguetti
30/11/2020
03:21
excellance: i got out immediately after taking advantage of the open offer and consolidation, never to return...until now! i am now interested because ironically they could well have benefited by sitting out of the recent oil bear market, keeping their powder dry for the opportunities in the oil sector that are in abundance, with distressed oilers all over the place and SEY with a lovely bag of cash to save the day...at a price.
30/11/2020
02:18
xiggly: SEPTIMUS SEY cant even be bothered to tell the share holders what is going on anymore such is there disrespect for all of us who have invested in this pile of rubbish and lost everything , they just copy and paste the same old garbage on there website word for word and showing a couple of the clowns in a shirt and tie and thinking this somehow gives there website a degree of credibility tried to contact them by phone several times in the past 2 years , just get thru to a girl on the phone who knows nothing so she just gives me another number to phone and they never pick the phone up hence my belief that nobody from SEY even bothers to turn up for work anymore , and why would they when there is nothing to do except sit round drinking tea all day long talking rubbish You can bet your life that the so called " directors " are still drawing a big fat salary from our share money whilst doing absolutely nothing for it and treating the long term shareholders with such massive disrespect , as i said what is going on at SEY is very close to being criminal - there must be alot of very bitter long term shareholders of which i am one of them after seeing my £83,000 investment reduced to £2,700, not to mention the interest i could have earnt on that £83,000 over 12 years , and none of them can even be bothered to pick up a phone to tell you what is going on -absolute disgrace the lot of them --
12/11/2020
18:02
excellance: it will mean that oil products that cant be substituted will become more expensive, and will underpin the oil price
12/11/2020
15:48
cashandcard: They have missed the boat. Investment has shifted away from oil and gas to other areas. Oil in particular may rise a little but even the shale drillers are back out again soon as oil goes near $40/bbl. Its not what it used to be. There is longterm potential in gas, but I worry about the sustainability of oil as an investment given who will occupy the Whitehouse soon and is promising $2trillion in green energy initiatives. Oil will still be a major part of the worlds energy mix for another couple of decades - but it will reduce as a proportion of the energy mix as each year passes. I suspect the guys at SEY agree with me hence they are refusing to actually invest in oil. They are better off moving into a different space - but that would actually mean work! Cash
14/10/2020
04:27
septimus quaid: I wonder if SEY should just let Somaliland go (the country's right to exist, let alone exploit any oil discoveries, seems tenuous at best)? The world has moved on since SEY first got involved with Somaliland (at the time, oil prices were sky high and affordable opportunities scarce).
11/10/2020
07:45
cashandcard: Excellence, Apart from drawing fat salaries and fees, they have done next to nothing for years besides screening assets. What makes you think anything is about to change? I mean, why would they trouble themselves with the responsibility of running an oil company with costs, production and oil price to worry about ?The is the best gravy-train strategy I've seen from any AIM lifestyle management. Just keep screening assets endlessly and pick-up a salary for doing so.Shareholders will have little to no way or measuring the performance of these so called endeavours.Cash
11/10/2020
02:56
excellance: There are some fantastic oil and gas opportunities out there for companies with cash. Mind you I'm not sure we can bank on the "experience" here at SEY. I am however hopefull of some positive developments shortly, after all we have an aim listing, $44m in the bank, and, a potentially excellent asset in Somalia with a top partner and low cost to us. All we need is to acquire a private business with producing assets that needs cash and a listing. Exciting year ahead.
28/8/2020
12:41
optomistic: After that hard won 3p climb, nice fall...now that's the SEY we know! LOL
23/5/2020
12:27
excellance: i have to confess to selling out in 2010 immediately after taking advantage of the 40/1 share consolidation and open offer taking a nice little opportunist profit. i did hold a few for the failed sangaw drilling in kurdistan but limited my exposure to reflect the high risk. Delighted SEY got rid of the USA business and that the dwindling chinguetti field came to an end without massive cash penalties. cash position at that point was $120m, and despite several projects since SEY now only has $45m in the bank and 34% free carry on an exploration license in Somaliland which wont drill for another two years. So what can we expect in the next 12 months and why are credit suisse holding and YF increasing their holding? The market is awash with distressed oil companies, so opportunities abound right now, but with economic activity increasing post covid and central banks providing infinite liquidity surely now is a great time for SEY to poach some producing assets to provide long term financial security? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
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