Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Union Jack Oil Plc LSE:UJO London Ordinary Share GB00B814XC94 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0025 -1.3% 0.19 75,224,670 09:00:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.185 0.195 0.2027 0.1825 0.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.14 -1.69 -0.02 38
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:33 O 377,328 0.19 GBX

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Union Jack Oil Daily Update: Union Jack Oil Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UJO. The last closing price for Union Jack Oil was 0.19p.
Union Jack Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.15p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.31p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 19,815,906,325 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 118,099,341 shares. The market capitalisation of Union Jack Oil Plc is £37,650,222.02.
currypasty: Union Jack Oil* (UJO LN), STRONG BUY, TP: 0.88p: Positive screening opinion received at West Newton Share Price: 0.19p, Market Cap: £37.3m •In a further encouraging update with regards to the Company’s flagship West Newton Project, Union Jack has drawn the market’s attention to Rathlin Energy’s positive planning update to local residents and the West Newton Community Liaison Group. •Rathlin has received a Screening Opinion from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council in response to the Company’s screening request for the proposed West Newton A site extension. •The proposed extension of the existing West Newton A (WNA) wellsite and associated work programme would provide for testing, appraisal and production from the two existing wells (WN-A1 and WN-A2) and the potential for drilling, testing, appraisal and production from up to six new wells on the WNA site over a 25 year period. •The East Riding of Yorkshire Council`s Screening Opinion considers that the proposed development would not comprise EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) development. •Rathlin will be undertaking public consultation on the West Newton A site development plan over the coming months and ahead of the submission of any formal planning application. •Information regarding the screening request is available on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning portal. •Following December’s successful drilling results, the Company and its partners have turned their attention to an Extended Well Test (EWT) of both the WNB1Z and WNA-2 appraisal wells. •There remains an extensive number of technical studies to be carried out to complete analysis of the WNB1Z well data, including correlation of the A-1, A-2 and B1Z well results and updated resource volumetric estimates, all of which will have a bearing on the planning and timing of the testing programme which is the next important milestone in determining the development potential of the West Newton project. •In addition, the Joint Venture is considering a 3D seismic programme over other structures which have been highlighted within the licence area. •As such, the short to medium term will focus on maturing this play further to commercialisation in addition to proving up analogue fields across the project area. Our take: The positive screening opinion at West Newton should not be underestimated in our view. We also note that the opinion covers up to six wells on the West Newton A site only suggesting that the JV partners determine that this site alone has the required potential for full field development. Given the significant recent drilling results at the West Newton B site reported in December which the well encountered a gross hydrocarbon saturated interval in the Kirkham Abbey formation indicating a substantial hydrocarbon accumulation, we would expect full development to be an order of magnitude larger than indicated in today’s update. Indeed, the preliminary success at the A-2 well and further validation of WNB1Z suggests that Union Jack has the potential to transition from a junior E&P Company into a self-sustaining mid-tier hydrocarbon producer. On this basis, we reiterate our STRONG BUY rating and 0.88p/share TP.
likeawalrus: thanks curry, hopefully wressle will happen this month as planned as edr and eog really need the cashflow, plus of course it will strengthen the ujo share price ..exciting days and weeks ahead
atino: Yes agreed Curry 😤😇 (...when Chris oil was selling in the background)...whilst with many of you lot (UJO retailer faithfuls) were still continuing to buy ! 🤦‍a94;️🤦‍♂ᥧ9;🤦‍♂️ Whatever happened to that 0.84p share price Angle target 🎯 price ?😂 Adrian...0.40’s seems a little more respectable wouldn’t you say 💭💭😉
currypasty: Union Jack Oil (AIM:UJO) has weathered 2020 better than most in the sector, patiently developing three flagship assets in the East Midlands, Humber Basin and East Yorkshire. The company has increased its interest in the PEDL253 licence at Biscathorpe to 30pc, a field on-trend with the Keddington, Saltfleetby and the Louth and North Somercotes gas prospects, with an upside case of 6.69 MMbbls, and is planning a side-track to the licence’s Biscathorpe-2 well. It has also increased its interest in the PEDL180 and PEDL182 licences at Wressle to 40pc, with workover operations planned for Q1 2021. But Union Jack’s most significant news came earlier this month, with the announcement that drilling at its WNB1Z appraisal well in the PEDL183 licence at West Newton, in which the company holds a 16.665% interest, has encountered a 62 metre hydrocarbon bearing reservoir in its primary ‘Kirkham Abbey’ target formation, significantly above expectations. With wireline logs observing good porosities of up to 14pc, and no sign of water incursion, it could be the most significant UK onshore discovery since the early 1970s. The WNB1Z well is some 2.5 kilometres south of the licence’s WNA-1 discovery and WNA-2 appraisal wells, which are on-trend with the offshore Hewett gas complex. Union Jack is currently assessing the correlation between the WNA-1, WNA-2 and WNB1Z well results in advance of an anticipated West Newton testing programme. Other positive West Newton news includes the securing of approval for well testing at WNA-2, and the award of an AA rating for the licence’s carbon intensity – important given the political issues that attend onshore drilling in the UK. Union Jack is well funded for its current drilling and development programme, having undertaken a placing of £5m earlier this year: as at 30 June this year the company had a cash balance of £4,621,774. Given the company’s strong news flow and healthy financial position, and a share price of 0.16p that may not fully reflect the latest West Newton discovery, we see no reason to change our observation earlier this year that Union Jack is one to watch.
likeawalrus: with wressle very close, it will be interesting to see how it affects the share price for edr eog & ujo, my feeling is ujo will spike to mid .20's then drop back to about .20/.22, eog could double but then lose half that spike, ditto edr, definitely good money to be made short term
luckyswimmer3: Baked bean, many investors here would agree with your opinion. A shoddy placing process, once the price had fallen by 40% the placing should have been pulled as clearly insiders were shorting using priviledged information. I imagine then the share price would have shot back up as the crooks were forced to cover their shorts. Ok, DB wouldn't have had a shed load of cash but then he hasn't done much with it yet and our share price would now be less beaten up. Unfortunately it appears DB didn't have the courage to face down the crooks and pull the placing which makes you wonder how powerful and connected those crooks were.
happy gg: Have a large holding in UJO.Dont normally post but find the difference in movement on share price between Rbd and UJO to make no commercial sense.UJO have cash approx 9 to 10 million a revenue stream next year of 1 to 1.5 million net and 16.66% of WN.Ujo appears totally undervalued and if I was a director I would consider a share buy back at these levels.The value of the company is not in the share price but in what’s in the ground on all 3 projects.Maybe I’ve missed something but I remain a believer and time will tell.Patience is the key.Good luck all.
likeawalrus: doria, got to agree with you there, WN will be great for both companies each with 17% directly but even better with rbd's exposure through rathlin, although it will surely be up to rathlin as to how much cash it will pay through a special dividend (and when). it looks to me as though the rbd share price will do much better in % terms especially from the recent 0.4 low. Wressle will be very good for ujo but should be loose change compared to WN. ujo share price will be held back for a while as some placing investors will sell into any strength - unless they see WN as a far greater prize than a quick 10 or 20% return
morningswimmer: Theaviator,it makes sense, the WN assets aren't being taken seriously by the market yet, RBD might get away with a low offer which would still be much larger than the value reflected currently in UJO's share price UJO would rerate and then could use the proceeds to concentrate on Biscathorpe, Wressle and Wressle lookalikes. Reabold clearly would like more of this field now that we are talking about 62m of saturated hydrocarbons close to market.
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