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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
  -0.05p -0.67% 7.45p 7.40p 7.50p 7.45p 7.375p 7.45p 4,463,038 08:10:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.2 -2.0 -0.1 - 263.74

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26/9/2017
09:20
UK Oil & Gas Daily Update: UK Oil & Gas is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKOG. The last closing price for UK Oil & Gas was 7.50p.
UK Oil & Gas has a 4 week average price of 6.35p and a 12 week average price of 2.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 11p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 3,540,120,962 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 39,568,143 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Oil & Gas is £263,739,011.67.
25/9/2017
08:32
7767: Can get price , "Google UKOG share price" and then refresh search to get real time
22/9/2017
11:57
whattheduce: FRR is a practice run for UKOG share price the next time ss sneezes!
18/9/2017
10:26
atino: Did I miss something ? LOL 😜 All of a sudden my 7.385 doesn't look so bad & just within reach:-) [Quote RGM RNS - 15 September 2017] Further to the announcement of 1 September 2017, Regency Mines Plc, the natural resource company with interests in oil and mineral exploration and development, announces that it has sold the remaining balance of 6,826,158 shares in UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG") at an average net price of 8.20 pence per UKOG share for a total net consideration of GBP557,080. The acquisition cost of the sold shares under the agreement announced on 10 July 2017 was GBP105,566. Company Chairman Andrew Bell comments: "A significant rise in the UKOG share price since our last sales was a factor in our decision to resume sales from our UKOG holding and provided the opportunity to complete our disposal of the shares that we received as consideration for our interest in Horse Hill Developments Ltd. These sales together with those announced at the beginning of the month mean that we have sold 17,361,862 shares in UKOG for net proceeds of GBP1,297,700. These funds have enabled us to deleverage the business, and have provided working capital and the capital required to invest in Curzon Energy and to progress the rationalization of our coal interests in the United States." 🏂🏂🏂🏂 7938;🏂ӿ38;📉📉;📉📉📉📉28201;
18/9/2017
07:05
moneymunch: 15 September 2017 Further to the announcement of 1 September 2017, Regency Mines Plc, the natural resource company with interests in oil and mineral exploration and development, announces that it has sold the remaining balance of 6,826,158 shares in UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG") at an average net price of 8.20 pence per UKOG share for a total net consideration of £557,080. The acquisition cost of the sold shares under the agreement announced on 10 July 2017 was £105,566. Company Chairman Andrew Bell comments: "A significant rise in the UKOG share price since our last sales was a factor in our decision to resume sales from our UKOG holding and provided the opportunity to complete our disposal of the shares that we received as consideration for our interest in Horse Hill Developments Ltd. These sales together with those announced at the beginning of the month mean that we have sold 17,361,862 shares in UKOG for net proceeds of £1,297,700. These funds have enabled us to deleverage the business, and have provided working capital and the capital required to invest in Curzon Energy and to progress the rationalization of our coal interests in the United States."
11/9/2017
08:18
hans christian andersen: One of the most talked about AIM stocks on financial discussion boards, UK Oil & Gas Investments (LSE: UKOG), has already made more than a few investors £1m+ profits. And there are plenty of people who are convinced that the gains to date are just the start of what will be a massive upward trajectory for the shares. Stunning rise in value UK Oil & Gas Investments (UKOG) came into being in 2013 via a reverse listing. It was renamed to reflect its new investing policy and said “the company will be seeking investments specifically in the domestic conventional oil and gas sector here in the UK.” The shares opened at 0.35p on the first day of trading as UKOG and with 677.4m shares in issue, the company’s market cap was £2.4m. Today, with the shares at 8.5p and with multiple fundraisings and exercises of warrants etc. having taken the number of shares to 3,538m, the market cap is £300m. Controversy UKOG acquired a significant interest in Horse Hill licences covering 55 square miles of the Weald Basin and was thrust into the limelight on 9 April 2015 when it reported a significant upgrade to the Horse Hill-1 well near Gatwick Airport. The ‘Gatwick Gusher’ hit the national headlines, with the likes of the BBC reporting up to 100bn barrels of oil beneath the whole of the Weald Basin. This was highly misleading. UKOG chief executive Stephen Sanderson denied that he or anyone at the company had provided this information to the media, but the BBC broadcast video evidence showing that he had. Furthermore, UKOG has been subject to ongoing criticism from a number of sources. An article by David Smythe, Emeritus Professor of Geophysics in the University of Glasgow, is just one example, while reader comments below the article, criticising the criticism further muddy the waters. Valuation Oil exploration companies are difficult to asses for a lay investor at the best of times but when the technical data and assumptions based on it are as disputed as UKOG’s appear to be, the task of weighing up the probabilities of different outcomes becomes even more difficult. Add in variables for different scenarios of future funding requirements, shareholder dilution and so on, and assessing investment risk and potential reward at the prevailing share price becomes thoroughly imponderable. Clearly, UKOG’s current running annualised numbers — revenue of £208,000 and an operating loss of £2.1m — fall light years short of justifying its £300m market cap. Neither can it be anywhere near justified based on the Horse Hill-1 flow tests, UKOG’s 32.4% interest and the current oil price, which give annual revenue of £10m, if we’re generous. So, the 8.5p share price and £300m market cap is already celebrating what is currently promised over the horizon, beyond Horse Hill-1, as assured commercial production. It’s possible UKOG could go on to be a millionaire-maker stock for investors buying today. But due to the chief executive’s economical-with-the-truth episode, plus the contentious nature of the company’s prospects, and the premium price, it’s a stock I’m personally avoiding. The magic million If you're looking to increase your return from the stock market, I can tell you that the experts at the Motley Fool have figured out a number of simple steps that could bring a seven-figure-sum stock portfolio within the reach of many ordinary investors.
04/9/2017
10:39
whattheduce: Such high intense trading on a falling sp, means there is a very large sell being covered. This is consistent with the idea that there are sellers dumping big time in order to deplete the price or start a run on the price to buy in lower. Interesting game being played, exceptionally high risk. Saturn, calm down, the share price is irrelevant until you hit the sell button and you are only going to do that after flow results and the price rockets. You are watching a high stakes, high risk game being played ahead of a known event - RNS on flow results. Incidentally, if the BOD did try and release an RNS to prop up the share price they could be accused of trying to manipulate the market. The best you could expect from the BOD during large price movements is a statement to the effect "The BOD notes the current movements in share price" or "The BOD sees no reason to explain the current movement in share price".
01/9/2017
18:13
atino: Sorry Mikey...but "Articulate Atino"...is all MINE to keep (•‿•) LOL [Quote, this article is based on RGMs 1st sale - the 2nd offload, hasn't even been mentioned! PMSL - "bulls" LOOK AWAY 🐻!] "Regency Mines keeps 12.8 million UKOG shares despite windfall and Broadford Bridge update" Interesting news after the close last night from Regency Mines (RGM) that they had sold 26% of the shares they acquired from UKOG in relation to the sale of their stake in the Horse Hill development near Gatwick. So RGM retain a 74% holding in UKOG despite the windfall from the share price increase, around a five fold increase (£325k from £70.1k). "Further to the announcement of 24 August 2017, Regency Mines Plc, the natural resource company with interests in oil and mineral exploration, announces that it has sold 4,535,704 shares in UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG") for a consideration of £325,064.14. The acquisition cost of the sold shares under the agreement announced on 10 July 2017 was £70,144.87." Company Chairman Andrew Bell comments: "It was prudent for us to sell promptly some of our shares in UKOG, and in selling 26% of the holding we have recouped a sum greater than the cost of the whole holding, which was £268,502. The funds realised will enable us to fulfil our stated intention of increasing our holdings in Curzon Energy plc at IPO." So despite the shares rising from under 2p at the time of the acquisition to just over 7p, RGM are hanging onto 74% of their investment. That speaks volumes about the likelihood that the forthcoming Broadford Bridge results will be positive. If BB-1-z is a dud or high risk, Andrew Bell would have been prudent to sell 75% of his holding or more. Given that they have divested a minority, despite a huge profit indicates that Stephen Sanderson has reassured Andrew Bell that their UKOG invrestment has further to go than just 7p. "Following the sale, Regency retains a position of 12,826,158 UKOG shares.". If BB-1-z does blow the lights out with excellent flow test results and the shares soar to 15-20p, RGM's stake could be worth £2 million plus. Not to be sniffed at! At UKOG's Broadford Bridge there was some good shots of a tanker arriver at the scene and drill pipes loaded ready to be removed. Enviromental Tech truck hooked up to BB-1-z well by hose w/c August 30th The tanker pictured is not an oil tanker to remove all but to add acid to the well head as part of acid irrigation. All the deposits from the drill head like mud and limestone could harm the flow test is acid is pumped in to enable a clean flare off and flow of oil/gas to the surface. In addition the Enviromental Tech drug could be removing well waste. News must be close with well completion done. Well testing kit already attached and oil being extracted to those green storage containers in situ and with one being built last week? Stephen Sanderson at UKOG was on holidays last week ✈️. Shareholders should ask themselves the question would he go for a tan in the Med if Schlumberger was having a disaster with the well at Broadford Bridge. I doubt it as he is a geologist and expert in well drilling! Would be a little like Francesco Schettino, the Captain of the Costa Concordia ship deserting his post in a crisis as the cruise liner hit the rocks and went down! hxxps://contrarianuk.com/posts/2017/9/1/regency-mines-keeps-128-million-ukog-shares-despite-windfall
26/8/2017
19:18
petebarnes1: 24/08/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) UK Oil & Gas (LSE:UKOG) Historical Stock Chart 1 Month : From Jul 2017 to Aug 2017 Click Here for more UK Oil & Gas Charts. TIDMUKOG RNS Number : 8297O UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC 24 August 2017 UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC ("UKOG" or the "Company") Completion of acquisition of further Interest in Horse Hill-1 Oil Discovery and Licenses, Weald Basin, UK UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC (London AIM and ISDX: UKOG) announces that it has completed the acquisition of a 1.9% shareholding in Horse Hill Developments Ltd ("HHDL") from Regency Mines plc ("Regency"), previously announced on the 10 July 2017. The Company now holds a 32.435% beneficial interest in the onshore Weald Basin licences PEDL137 and PEDL246 ("the Licences"). The Licences, covering an area of 55 square miles (143 km2) north of Gatwick Airport, contain the Horse Hill-1 ("HH-1") Portland sandstone and Kimmeridge Limestone oil discoveries. As previously reported on 21 March 2016, HH-1 flow tested at a significant commercial aggregate stable dry oil rate of 1,688 barrels of oil per day from the uppermost two Kimmeridge Limestone intervals and the overlying Portland reservoir. Regulatory permissions are being sought for a signi cant long-term production testing and appraisal programme of the productive Kimmeridge Limestone and Portland reservoirs. Transaction Summary For a total consideration of GBP323,000, the Company will receive a further 1.235% beneficial interest in the Licences via the purchase of Regency's 1.9% shareholding in HHDL. The total Consideration, with an effective date of 28 June 2017, is comprised of GBP54,498 payable in cash and GBP268,502 in the form of the issue of new ordinary shares in UKOG ("Consideration Shares"). The calculation of the Consideration Shares is based on using a share price equivalent to the 30-day volume weighted average price of UKOG share prior to 29 June 2017. As such application has been made for 17,361,862 new ordinary shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and it is anticipated that trading in such shares will commence on or around 30 August 2017. Following Admission, the Company's enlarged issued share capital will comprise 3,538,120,962 ordinary shares. The Company does not hold any shares in treasury. This figure of 3,538,120,962 ordinary shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. HHDL and the Company's Interest in the Licences HHDL is a special purpose vehicle, which owns a 65% working interest and operatorship of the Licences. UKOG on completion will own a 49.9% bene cial shareholding in HHDL, which equates to a 32.435% net working interest in the Licences. The remaining 35% interest in the Licences is held by Magellan Petroleum (UK) Limited.
25/8/2017
16:41
hans christian andersen: UK Oil and Gas (UKOG) has completed the transaction with fellow AIM-listed Regency Mines (RGM) announced on 10th July under which a 1.9% shareholding in Horse Hill Developments Ltd heads to UKOG in a cash and shares deal. Regency was to see £54,498 in cash and £268,502 in UKOG shares which were being calculated on a 30-day VWAP prior to 29 June 2017. Of course, that doesn’t quite tell the whole story because that means the shares were issued at just 1.55p – as against the current 7.4p – meaning that Andrew Bell’s outfit has £1.28 million of UKOG stock flowing into the coffers. Further, according to ADVFN, the market capitalisation of Regency is just £3.7 million so the value of the stock is substantial. Since the deal was first announced, Regency’s share price has hardly moved: 0.63p before the deal and 0.625p now. Meanwhile UKOG’s shares have soared from 2.85p to the current 7.4p. The financial details of the transaction have been known throughout, yet Regency’s shares haven’t budged. This all suggests a cracking bit of business for Andrew Bell, even if the market hasn’t paid any attention to that. If I were about to be handed £1.28 million worth of UKOG confetti, I think I know what I’d do with it – and it would top up Regency’s coffers very well, with it amounting to over a third of the capitalisation in cold, hard cash. But I am not Andrew Bell... The second point is what on earth UKOG was playing at when signing the deal! The closing price ahead of the announcement was already 2.85p – almost double the agreed issue price, and has headed higher pretty much in a straight line ever since. It does all rather tempt the question as to whether even UKOG doesn’t think the recent rise is at all justified. So congratulation to Andrew Bell – although one might hope that the holding is quickly disposed of before gravity hits – as our own Lucian Miers is hoping! For the avoidance of doubt, I have a (very) few shares in Regency Mines, but none in UKOG. Depending on what happens to the shareholding, I might have another look at Regency Mines.
15/8/2017
11:50
hazelst: Ukog share price always takes a dip just before a RNS....let's see.
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