Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
UK Oil & Gas LSE:UKOG London Ordinary Share GB00B9MRZS43 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.95p +19.00% 5.95p 5.90p 6.00p 5.975p 4.975p 5.00p 565,221,049 16:28:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.2 -2.0 -0.1 - 207.07

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/7/2017
19:45
nice one mm - someone has confidence or knows sommat
killman2
24/7/2017
19:39
 From Lse...a Holdings Rns must be imminent. Gla :-) if you check the times of the trades, all the trades are delayed by 3hrs all buys  16:30 - 24/07 Sell 14500000 5.55p £805,127.00 16:30 - 24/07 Sell 14500000 5.55p £805,127.00 16:26 - 24/07 Sell 14000000 5.54p £775,628.00 16:23 - 24/07 Sell 13500000 5.53p £745,875.00 16:21 - 24/07 Sell 13000000 5.51p £716,378.00 16:13 - 24/07 Sell 12500000 5.49p £686,625.00 16:01 - 24/07 Sell 12000000 5.48p £657,876.00 15:48 - 24/07 Sell 11500000 5.47p £629,130.50 15:34 - 24/07 Sell 11000000 5.46p £600,380.00 15:30 - 24/07 Sell 10500000 5.44p £571,630.50 15:25 - 24/07 Sell 10000000 5.43p £542,880.00 15:22 - 24/07 Sell 9500000 5.41p £514,130.50 14:50 - 24/07 Sell 9000000 5.39p £485,127.00 14:32 - 24/07 Sell 8500000 5.37p £456,577.50 14:20 - 24/07 Sell 8000000 5.35p £428,080.00 14:11 - 24/07 Sell 7500000 5.33p £399,577.50 13:31 - 24/07 Sell 6500000 5.26p £342,075.50 13:23 - 24/07 Sell 6000000 5.24p £314,574.00 13:08 - 24/07 Sell 5500000 5.23p £287,573.00 10.08 5.10 sell 5.20 buy  12:56 - 24/07 Sell 5000000 5.22p £260,825.00 8.56 515sell 525buy
moneymunch
24/7/2017
19:30
RE: ValuationI have extended the valuation to all 4 companies below so you can see where the most value is left in buying these 4 Companies. Company /%HH / fair value share price HH only/ Current share price ALBA. 10. 0.81p. 0.68p UKOG. 32. 1.39p. 5.95p SOLO. 6.5. 0.13p. 0.24p PRIM. 6.5. 0.61p. 0.33p IMO ALBA and PRIM have the most upside here. ALBA has Brockham too but it really looks like they are going to get hit a with a placing soon judging by their issue of equity RNSs past frequency. SOLO has passed fair value for HH. UKOG are kinda fair value if you assume BB-1 well has the same flow rates and resource size as HH and BB-1 is fully owned for UKOG. Then value approx 1.39p + (1.39×3) = 5.56p but this does assume well flows back with good pressure. Hope it does but have been watching 88e aware not to count chickens too soon!!
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:30
RE: ValuationI have extended the valuation to all 4 companies below so you can see where the most value is left in buying these 4 Companies. Company /%HH / fair value share price HH only/ Current share price ALBA. 10. 0.81p. 0.68p UKOG. 32. 1.39p. 5.95p SOLO. 6.5. 0.13p. 0.24p PRIM. 6.5. 0.61p. 0.33p IMO ALBA and PRIM have the most upside here. ALBA has Brockham too but it really looks like they are going to get hit a with a placing soon judging by their issue of equity RNSs past frequency. SOLO has passed fair value for HH. UKOG are kinda fair value if you assume BB-1 well has the same flow rates and resource size as HH and BB-1 is fully owned for UKOG. Then value approx 1.39p + (1.39×3) = 5.56p but this does assume well flows back with good pressure. Hope it does but have been watching 88e aware not to count chickens too soon!!
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:30
RE: ValuationI have extended the valuation to all 4 companies below so you can see where the most value is left in buying these 4 Companies. Company /%HH / fair value share price HH only/ Current share price ALBA. 10. 0.81p. 0.68p UKOG. 32. 1.39p. 5.95p SOLO. 6.5. 0.13p. 0.24p PRIM. 6.5. 0.61p. 0.33p IMO ALBA and PRIM have the most upside here. ALBA has Brockham too but it really looks like they are going to get hit a with a placing soon judging by their issue of equity RNSs past frequency. SOLO has passed fair value for HH. UKOG are kinda fair value if you assume BB-1 well has the same flow rates and resource size as HH and BB-1 is fully owned for UKOG. Then value approx 1.39p + (1.39×3) = 5.56p but this does assume well flows back with good pressure. Hope it does but have been watching 88e aware not to count chickens too soon!!
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:24
Interesting post from lse poster batgirl take note chapsValuation of HH onlyHi all, been valuing HH which we own 6.5% of the oil. Valuation short term using the last flow rate test and longer term using the full field size of 10 billion barrels of oil. We await the Surrey council meeting August or September for agreement (hopefully) that we can do long term flow testing for up to 9 months so will give us some more oil to sell for funding. This is just valuing the oil side of PRIM not Fresho or the gold mine + other investments made by this board. Flow test at HH is 1688 barrels a day for upper/lower Kimmeridge and Portland. At £30.77 a barrel for 365 days this is £18,958,012 yearly. (using 40 dollars a barrel). Only 6.5% of this is ours so £1,232,271 yearly. Multiply by a Pe ratio of 8 is £9,858,166 as our mcap. Divide by the number of shares in issue which is 1,601,882,500 gives a value price for each share of 0.61 pence. (When I carried out the same calculations on UKOG and their 32% share here I get a value of 1.39p a share. They are currently approx 5.1p a share which I can only attribute to high expectations pre BB flow test results and the numerous other wells they have at various sites and stages of life cycle, some of which are already in production phase). PRIM has been slower than UKOG to re-rate as we're not an oil company took people longer to catch on. On a long term basis the licence oil fields PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 have an oil in place estimate of 9.97 - 10.99 billion barrels of oil. After last UKOG RNS looks like this may be upgraded at sometime too as weald more promising than we thought. We await log from BB-1 RNS to see more indication if oil in ground gets upgraded for all weald oilers. So if I take a field size of 55 square miles as is the case here and with 10 billion barrels of oil in place. Then 5% approx recoverable is 500 million barrels extracted over 20 years by drilling more wells like we are asking for planning permission to do, gives 25 million barrels a year. At £30.77 a barrel is £769,250,000 a year with 6.5% being ours which is £50,001,250 a year. Times this by a Pe ratio of 8 to value us this gives an mcap of £400,010,000 Shares in issue is 1,601,882,500 so long term a share is worth 24.9p each. Ultimately what you decide to value a share at is up to you, decide your own pe ratio to use and oil price...this valuation is fairly conservative, HH probably will get an oil in place upgrade and a different rate on long term flow test, but IMO the shares are definitely undervalued on mcap at the moment. GLA.
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:24
Interesting post from lse poster batgirl take note chapsValuation of HH onlyHi all, been valuing HH which we own 6.5% of the oil. Valuation short term using the last flow rate test and longer term using the full field size of 10 billion barrels of oil. We await the Surrey council meeting August or September for agreement (hopefully) that we can do long term flow testing for up to 9 months so will give us some more oil to sell for funding. This is just valuing the oil side of PRIM not Fresho or the gold mine + other investments made by this board. Flow test at HH is 1688 barrels a day for upper/lower Kimmeridge and Portland. At £30.77 a barrel for 365 days this is £18,958,012 yearly. (using 40 dollars a barrel). Only 6.5% of this is ours so £1,232,271 yearly. Multiply by a Pe ratio of 8 is £9,858,166 as our mcap. Divide by the number of shares in issue which is 1,601,882,500 gives a value price for each share of 0.61 pence. (When I carried out the same calculations on UKOG and their 32% share here I get a value of 1.39p a share. They are currently approx 5.1p a share which I can only attribute to high expectations pre BB flow test results and the numerous other wells they have at various sites and stages of life cycle, some of which are already in production phase). PRIM has been slower than UKOG to re-rate as we're not an oil company took people longer to catch on. On a long term basis the licence oil fields PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 have an oil in place estimate of 9.97 - 10.99 billion barrels of oil. After last UKOG RNS looks like this may be upgraded at sometime too as weald more promising than we thought. We await log from BB-1 RNS to see more indication if oil in ground gets upgraded for all weald oilers. So if I take a field size of 55 square miles as is the case here and with 10 billion barrels of oil in place. Then 5% approx recoverable is 500 million barrels extracted over 20 years by drilling more wells like we are asking for planning permission to do, gives 25 million barrels a year. At £30.77 a barrel is £769,250,000 a year with 6.5% being ours which is £50,001,250 a year. Times this by a Pe ratio of 8 to value us this gives an mcap of £400,010,000 Shares in issue is 1,601,882,500 so long term a share is worth 24.9p each. Ultimately what you decide to value a share at is up to you, decide your own pe ratio to use and oil price...this valuation is fairly conservative, HH probably will get an oil in place upgrade and a different rate on long term flow test, but IMO the shares are definitely undervalued on mcap at the moment. GLA.
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:24
Interesting post from lse poster batgirl take note chapsValuation of HH onlyHi all, been valuing HH which we own 6.5% of the oil. Valuation short term using the last flow rate test and longer term using the full field size of 10 billion barrels of oil. We await the Surrey council meeting August or September for agreement (hopefully) that we can do long term flow testing for up to 9 months so will give us some more oil to sell for funding. This is just valuing the oil side of PRIM not Fresho or the gold mine + other investments made by this board. Flow test at HH is 1688 barrels a day for upper/lower Kimmeridge and Portland. At £30.77 a barrel for 365 days this is £18,958,012 yearly. (using 40 dollars a barrel). Only 6.5% of this is ours so £1,232,271 yearly. Multiply by a Pe ratio of 8 is £9,858,166 as our mcap. Divide by the number of shares in issue which is 1,601,882,500 gives a value price for each share of 0.61 pence. (When I carried out the same calculations on UKOG and their 32% share here I get a value of 1.39p a share. They are currently approx 5.1p a share which I can only attribute to high expectations pre BB flow test results and the numerous other wells they have at various sites and stages of life cycle, some of which are already in production phase). PRIM has been slower than UKOG to re-rate as we're not an oil company took people longer to catch on. On a long term basis the licence oil fields PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 have an oil in place estimate of 9.97 - 10.99 billion barrels of oil. After last UKOG RNS looks like this may be upgraded at sometime too as weald more promising than we thought. We await log from BB-1 RNS to see more indication if oil in ground gets upgraded for all weald oilers. So if I take a field size of 55 square miles as is the case here and with 10 billion barrels of oil in place. Then 5% approx recoverable is 500 million barrels extracted over 20 years by drilling more wells like we are asking for planning permission to do, gives 25 million barrels a year. At £30.77 a barrel is £769,250,000 a year with 6.5% being ours which is £50,001,250 a year. Times this by a Pe ratio of 8 to value us this gives an mcap of £400,010,000 Shares in issue is 1,601,882,500 so long term a share is worth 24.9p each. Ultimately what you decide to value a share at is up to you, decide your own pe ratio to use and oil price...this valuation is fairly conservative, HH probably will get an oil in place upgrade and a different rate on long term flow test, but IMO the shares are definitely undervalued on mcap at the moment. GLA.
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:24
Interesting post from lse poster batgirl take note chapsValuation of HH onlyHi all, been valuing HH which we own 6.5% of the oil. Valuation short term using the last flow rate test and longer term using the full field size of 10 billion barrels of oil. We await the Surrey council meeting August or September for agreement (hopefully) that we can do long term flow testing for up to 9 months so will give us some more oil to sell for funding. This is just valuing the oil side of PRIM not Fresho or the gold mine + other investments made by this board. Flow test at HH is 1688 barrels a day for upper/lower Kimmeridge and Portland. At £30.77 a barrel for 365 days this is £18,958,012 yearly. (using 40 dollars a barrel). Only 6.5% of this is ours so £1,232,271 yearly. Multiply by a Pe ratio of 8 is £9,858,166 as our mcap. Divide by the number of shares in issue which is 1,601,882,500 gives a value price for each share of 0.61 pence. (When I carried out the same calculations on UKOG and their 32% share here I get a value of 1.39p a share. They are currently approx 5.1p a share which I can only attribute to high expectations pre BB flow test results and the numerous other wells they have at various sites and stages of life cycle, some of which are already in production phase). PRIM has been slower than UKOG to re-rate as we're not an oil company took people longer to catch on. On a long term basis the licence oil fields PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 have an oil in place estimate of 9.97 - 10.99 billion barrels of oil. After last UKOG RNS looks like this may be upgraded at sometime too as weald more promising than we thought. We await log from BB-1 RNS to see more indication if oil in ground gets upgraded for all weald oilers. So if I take a field size of 55 square miles as is the case here and with 10 billion barrels of oil in place. Then 5% approx recoverable is 500 million barrels extracted over 20 years by drilling more wells like we are asking for planning permission to do, gives 25 million barrels a year. At £30.77 a barrel is £769,250,000 a year with 6.5% being ours which is £50,001,250 a year. Times this by a Pe ratio of 8 to value us this gives an mcap of £400,010,000 Shares in issue is 1,601,882,500 so long term a share is worth 24.9p each. Ultimately what you decide to value a share at is up to you, decide your own pe ratio to use and oil price...this valuation is fairly conservative, HH probably will get an oil in place upgrade and a different rate on long term flow test, but IMO the shares are definitely undervalued on mcap at the moment. GLA.
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
19:18
24 Jul '17 - 18:43 - 15437 of 15444 0 0 whats the estimate resource in this well? the website doesnt show anything.. It's vast and they haven't a clue until they get flows and even then it'll be a guess. But Nutec and schlumberger have gone for, I don't know, something like 140billion barrels total. It just amazes me, that the press are blind to it so far! You see, it's unbelievable to them too!
rayrac
24/7/2017
19:17
Got it Mikey....double figures coming on Holdings Rns I reckon. GL:-) David Lenigas @DavidLenigas·3h Replying to @opaharte I feel this play is finally becoming institutionally interesting now. Big players stepping.
moneymunch
24/7/2017
19:16
I doubt institutions would be buying penny stocks, these are having a good run up though, solid every day
ny boy
24/7/2017
19:15
Barnetpeter - they won't need to raise funds if they are vulnerable for a takeover bidding war..!?! ;)
eddie max
24/7/2017
19:12
"Replying to @opaharte I feel this play is finally becoming institutionally interesting now. Big players stepping." THEY WANT YOUR SHARES....!!!! ;)
eddie max
24/7/2017
19:11
Assuming flow tests are good, little need for placing, could they not forward sell ?
olly94
24/7/2017
19:06
Dudleym 6.5% m8
jayrh
24/7/2017
19:05
I wish some of these stocks....ukog, alba, prim etc. would do some placings though. raise loads of cash at these prices to pay for all the drilling. Will make them funded and I doubt it would even stop the daily rise.
barnetpeter
24/7/2017
19:01
Sorry wrong thread!
dipla
24/7/2017
19:01
Agree, great spot on twitter. They have started re/tweeting since suspension.Looks like KIN may be hinting at funding agreed and a spike in the share price?!Let's hope, good luck! KIN could even be a multi bagger from here LOL
dipla
24/7/2017
18:48
MM---First REAL indications the BIG BOYS are investing according to DL Tweet??
mikeygit
24/7/2017
18:46
neo26----probably still doing their calculations at UKOG, it is SOOOOO much!!!
mikeygit
24/7/2017
18:45
Think prim is a better bet as Aim stocks go up on sentiment and volume and some will inevitably fall back for no apparent reason. Then people need to move funds into the next hot moving stock like PRIM clearly undervalued clearly big buyers mopping up. Mcap only 5m. They have a 10% stake in HH.Once more people catch on POP.
dudleym1975
24/7/2017
18:45
I haven't got one and i'm here for the duration....i always thought that Ukog and the multi-billion barrel assessment was a rare opportunity for the life changing returns, and the current data and share price performace suggests that it looks very likely...it looks as if someone is buying up Ukog's shares and so a Holdings Rns from a Major player will take us into double figures imho....confirmation of free flowing commercial volumes at BB and validation that they're sitting on the one massive oil deposit from BB to HH could take the share price towards 50p plus imho and even more, and were only days and weeks to get to that point.....if it's confirmed as that, it will be one of the World's biggest onshore high quality oil find ever, and Ukog's value will be commensurate.... On and Up!!! Gl ;-)
moneymunch
24/7/2017
18:44
I am in Alba from 0.22p ....from June. But my biggest holding by far is in ANGS......16K at average of 9p.
barnetpeter
24/7/2017
18:43
whats the estimate resource in this well? the website doesnt show anything..
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