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UKOG Uk Oil & Gas Plc

-0.0025 (-6.67%)
22 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Uk Oil & Gas Plc UKOG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.0025 -6.67% 0.035 08:14:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.0375 0.035 0.0375 0.035 0.0375
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Uk Oil & Gas UKOG Dividends History

No dividends issued between 22 Apr 2014 and 22 Apr 2024

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Posted at 21/4/2024 19:41 by jtidsbadly
1347: yes, it’s crystal clear that these massive tranches of shares they’re having to give their lenders in lieu of cash settlement will force the price even lower, even while UKOG try to borrow more money to pay executive salaries and the smaller bills associated with AIM listing and maintaining an office somewhere. The mugs and dopes need a new fairytale, quickly. Has UKOG ever had a presence in Zimbabwe? Perhaps they’ve got some diamonds in a bank vault that they’re waiting to tell their shareholders about. That’s a good one.
Posted at 19/3/2024 18:14 by jack4691
I find it amusing that idiots like 1347 keep referring to UKOG in the present/future tense!! ' I’m not sure UKOG will be around' !!! PAST TENSE idiot, UKOG is FINISHED, only Sando is left so do invest in Sando Inc !!
Posted at 14/3/2024 12:58 by honfacifi
I haven't really checked the listing but isn't UKEN a sister company of this shell.

Owning UKOG gives no exposure to UKEN and feel that all SS is doing with UKOG is trying to drop it without affecting his going into UKEN.

As far as I've seen UKEN is a separate entity yet to fundraise from the market but placed to do so soon.
Posted at 22/2/2024 10:22 by induna123
I predicted this 6 months ago

Induna123 - 04 Sep 2023 - 11:47:34 - 161240 of 162461 UKOG strikes oil 2016 - UKOG

Also, how do you know where the bottom is? I'm sure people who bought at 0.060, 0.050, 0.040 thought it was going to be there. Yet it isn't. Usually with a death spiral it goes on until the share price reached the nominal value of the stock, which in this case is 0.010, before they have to consolidate and essentially wipe out shareholders because they cant issue anymore stock below that level.

Induna123 - 04 Sep 2023 - 12:10:40 - 161242 of 162461 UKOG strikes oil 2016 - UKOG

It's a psychological thing, you don't want to own up to your mistake. I've been there myself. Rather than take the hit quickly you think things will turn around only to see the share price fall further. At that point you get "locked-in" as you can't bear to sell at a bigger loss.

You think the answer is to averaging down. As I've pointed out you dont know where the bottom is and it's not guaranteed the share price will recover at all. The problem with that is you could be throwing good money after bad.

Sometimes you just have to bite the bullet. It hurts short term but better than incurring larger losses and enduring much more misery.
Posted at 02/2/2024 20:38 by deanmatlazin
UKOG chief executive commits to invest £12,000 in company over a year
UK Oil & Gas chief executive Stephen Sanderson bought 985,221 shares in the company this month, at a price of 0.1015p per share, the company has confirmed.

Stephen Sanderson, chief executive of UK Oil & Gas plc. Photo: DrillOrDrop
The purchase, which cost £1,000, was Mr Sanderson’s first share investment in UKOG.

A company statement said the purchase was part of UKOG’s Defined Directors Share Programme, announced earlier this year.

It said Mr Sanderson had committed to buy approximately 7% of his net monthly salary in ordinary shares each month for 12 months. The final purchase is expected in November 2022, UKOG said.

UKOG’s annual accounts for the year ending September 2020 reported that Mr Sanderson’s gross annual salary was £297,000.

The company also announced new options over a total of £15million ordinary shares had been granted to the new chief financial officer, Matthew Gormley. The options were granted at an exercise price of 0.10p per share and are worth £15,000. They expire after five years.

Following the issue, UKOG has 291m share options outstanding with employees and directors, representing about 1.8% of existing ordinary share capital.

Shares in UKOG closed up 1.27% on Friday at 0.10p.

I know it is old news. One thing that strike me was about his annual salary £300000/year.

NO wonder he needs more fund to pay his salary. Bloody ell!!!!
Posted at 02/2/2024 14:31 by bionicdog
Tell Sid - 20 Sep 2023 - 17:55:13 - 161400 of 162131 UKOG strikes oil 2016 - UKOG
UKOG looking good:

News on the larger perf gun for Pinarova, instant 10x bagger.
News on oil flowing at Pinarova, instant 50x bagger.
News of a Loxley farmout, instant 20x bagger.
Posted at 09/1/2024 14:12 by jammydodger2
Just in case you are in doubt.

RNS Number : 1345Z
UK Oil & Gas PLC
09 January 2024

UK Oil & Gas PLC

("UKOG" or the "Company")

Court of Appeal Upholds Loxley Planning Consent

UK Oil & Gas PLC (London AIM: UKOG) is pleased to announce that the Court of Appeal has today refused permission for any further appeal against the grant of planning consent for the Company's Loxley conventional gas and hydrogen feedstock project in Surrey. The Court of Appeal's decision is final and cannot be further reviewed or appealed. Consequently, Loxley's planning permission will now remain in full force and effect for its full term.

The order made by the Right Honourable Lord Justice Stuart-Smith has upheld the Honourable Mrs Justice Steyn DBE's High Court order dated 20 July 2023 refusing permission to appeal. Both the Court of Appeal and High Court orders state that an appeal would have no real prospect of success.

UKOG has consistently stated that Loxley can play its part in the government's Hydrogen and British Energy Security Strategies via the supply of its gas as feedstock for reformation into clean burning hydrogen. Loxley's hydrogen potential forms part of the Company's move into the hydrogen space along with its Portland hydrogen storage project in Dorset.

Stephen Sanderson, UKOG Chief Executive, commented:

"We are pleased that Lord Justice Stuart-Smith has once again dismissed the legal challenge to our Loxley project and has confirmed that its planning consent is entirely lawful, as the Company and its counsel has maintained. We believe that a successful project will be beneficial to local and national level energy and economic interests and is fully in keeping with the government's Hydrogen, Energy Security and Net Zero strategies."
Posted at 09/1/2024 14:10 by jammydodger2
LOXLEY VICTORY: CEO Sanderson says: "Our lawful planning consent will now remain in force over the full term. We believe that successful project will be beneficial to local and national level energy, economic and net zero interests.” #gas #hydrogen #energy [...]
LOXLEY LIFT-OFF! Court of Appeal refuses permission for further appeal against planning consent for Company’s conventional gas and hydrogen feedstock project. The Court’s decision is FINAL and cannot be further reviewed or appealed #gas #hydrogen #energy [...]
NEW YEAR, NEW AMBITIONS: UKOG and UK Energy Storage are busy on multiple fronts: Portland hydrogen storage, further testing at Pinarova-1 in Turkey and exploring fresh opportunities at Horse Hill and at Loxley. There’s a lot in store in 24! #renewableEnergy #hydrogenstorage #oil
Posted at 30/12/2023 16:46 by honfacifi
Correction everyone believes what I'm saying, this is the consensus on UKOG HH and Basur shallow deposit. The company has proved time and time again this is true.

Why am I here, to talk about UKOG and await this perf gun result as confirmation. What do you want me to do lie? Oh yes HH has billions of barrels of oil, oh wait their own siesmic data disproves that!

And there's your problem, I obviously didn't invest as much as you.

What does HH produce a day? 50bopd and that's on a declining flow rate already needing pumping to even surface, how does a new well find economic success with those siesmics and HH failure!

Were asking you to actually dispute the data not make up more what ifa when every what if has been wrong so far.

It's so funny that DL sold Alba that mine and they found nothing but ran the same high grade assays which are so easily manipulated and simply bad practice in assessing vein style deposits. Miners don't leave gold behind and upon closure armatures would plunder the waste pits for those supposed nuggets.

All that's left is to watch these fail more and laugh at you two idiots for saying otherwise. More jam tomorrow yet again but the jars dry because both Alba and UKOG can only raise through death spiral finance which ATM seems to be getting called back. DSF means all belief is gone and private investors no longer think it's going anywhere.

It's you against an army of naysayers and you have no support here or on the LSE which is where UKOG is really being ripped to pieces and your to scared to air your views!
Bye bye
Posted at 30/12/2023 13:13 by honfacifi
Pretty kind and respectful to everyone but idiots who can't make real stock chat and have a low average mentality and understanding of how markets and companies work.

RF and YA converting some of their shares is not a good sign which would be the last posts I wrote and over on the LSE where it is in full agreement that this was not a good sign with.

HH is sunk, what would PPP be but three years away from drilling any new well and UKOG can't and dosent have the cash. And that's if the CT wells don't drop down to 10-20 barrels a day which was their initial flow rate before being sealed in.

That leaves Pinovara, it doesn't look like oil will flow from their shallow drill. I don't see they have an option to do siesmics and drill a new deeper one.

No signs are good and bar a couple of rampers and ocelot everyone is in agreement the chances here are slim to nothing and with DSF being called in the share price isn't going to go anywhere but rock bottom. I wonder even how long flow rates will hold at HH, already it's no profitable after expenses, transport, water separation, wages and expenses not to mention workovers and maintenance periods.

So forget niceness and respect explain how this isn't more than terrible you simply look like prize fools everyone laughing at.

Seems you've invested in quite a few donkeys, same as Gizmo and some rampers who were doing the rounds a while back now haven't the balls to show face here again because what's being discussed over the fortunes if this company.

Alba same boat, DSF, no cash at hand, years away, no gold and after declaring billions easy to get fast track riches. Sounds familiar, why yea UKOG also used similar lines years ago, Alba invested loans now worthless in any dividend or returns with bad terms and conditions PPP seemed to have stepped over to farmin since there's no mention of Alba in any of these reports or deals.

DL also sold GF the Clogau mine, he even went so far as to run his wash plant but guess what, he sold pretty shortly after that seemingly not wanting this billions in gold he was about to get if you believe his assay results of hundreds of grams a ton.

No I'm afraid we all think your idiot rampers with little ability to even enter discussions on said companies, you invested, you lost a packet, you took to these boards to vent your anger and try and ramp your losses without any coherent arguments just wait it will all work out etc etc etc approach to clear failure after failure after failure.

Now RF call in their shares so fast who did Alba go to for Death Spiral Finance and how long before RF does the same to Alba.

Alba and UKOG are set to delist imo, will UKOG take the rest of RF and YA loans, could be the end by then. Alba has very litte cash left why it probably lapped up that £100k kickback instead of challenging the PPP farmin in a serious manner and agreeing terms abd conditions for the new well. In fact Alba stopped financing Hh due to cash restraints which technically puts them s@#t out of luck on a new deal.

Lastly will the new well flow, barely, it might keep the CEOs in wages for some time but it won't raise the share price of a compy that has printed confetti shares in the billions, same with Alba, just how in earth do they even get to a penny from here!

I don't think anyone awaits your reply, it's only going to be another hold for oil riches and this will fly rant with zero actual substance. Do you even understand mining? Pretty much an armchair moron sat at home with a big hole in their pocket that contains their stock portfolio, confess how much are you down on these companies, they've dropped up to 90% surely that's tens of thousands you've lost hence your full on angry ape impressions!

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