Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Union Jack LSE:UJO London Ordinary Share GB00B814XC94 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005p -4.17% 0.115p 0.11p 0.12p 0.12p 0.115p 0.12p 34,334,682 14:19:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.7 -0.0 - 6.67

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2018
10:32
;) mrs bramall? around about 1hr in was great; she pointed out that the protest site is on green belt and has been there a lot longer than the temporary fence would have been.
markfrankie
23/5/2018
12:26
David Bramhill discusses their Biscathorpe and North Kelsey planning update and the Widmerpool Gulf and Humber Basin acquisitions Interview - http://bit.ly/2L0unTH Q&A - http://bit.ly/2rJUVk4
astonedt
23/5/2018
10:59
https://surreycc.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/352877
currypasty
22/5/2018
17:14
Answer ; the sp
markfrankie
21/5/2018
08:26
Yes government now looking favourable towards home grown oil and oilers, And we had Good news at biscathorpe and N Kelsey, And wressle news imminent ish, Meanwhile DB getting some more fingers in pies, Low running costs. What's not to like
markfrankie
20/5/2018
22:32
Good find Mark! The reason for the share price rise on Friday?
rayrac
20/5/2018
21:35
Published 18 May 2018 From: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and The Rt Hon Claire Perry MP Written on: 18 May 2018 The Rt Hon Claire Perry MP This article first appeared in The Sun. Developing our North Sea oil and gas has been a Great British success story. Since the first wells started producing in the 1960s we have created a secure domestic energy supply, created thousands of high quality jobs, delivered billions to the economy and driven the growth of a huge engineering sector that we have exported to the world. Even with the amazing improvements in North Sea production, volumes are declining and we are now importing almost half of our gas supplies. Although we are in no way reliant on Russian gas despite what the Russians would have you believe. Because gas is so important for our economy we know that we will need it for decades to come. It also fits with our world-beating climate goals as it generates less CO2 than oil and coal. That is why every estimate of our 2050 emissions reductions targets from the independent Climate Change Committee includes gas in our energy mix and why it is right to continue to look for gas that can be safely extracted from the potentially huge reserves hundreds of metres beneath our feet. And there are other benefits too. Shale gas extraction could provide a big clean growth boost for local communities as part of our modern Industrial Strategy – bringing thousands of high quality jobs, local investment and financial benefits to many parts of the country. And our world-leading environmental regulations mean we could create even more investment and export opportunities from innovations like recycling waste water. There are those who argue strongly against shale gas, using the most colourful and scaremongering language they can find and intimidating local communities and decision makers with lots of protestors from out of town. In my experience, most of these arguments are made by people who actually just don’t want us to use gas at all – now or ever. While we should all be hugely proud of our huge progress on renewables that delivers almost 30 percent of our electricity needs, we cannot meet our energy and heat needs now, or for many years to come, at a price we can afford, without using the gas that geography has gifted us. That is why we committed to support the development of onshore British shale gas and to deliver a clean safe and affordable energy supply for the country. It is why I have set out these changes to the planning and regulation regime to make sure there is support available for all involved in this process.
markfrankie
18/5/2018
09:09
Miffed about what? The drill bit is always a gamble and should be treated as such. Wressle planning permission = cash flow into the Company. I know which I would prefer any day,
pj 1
18/5/2018
08:42
The final arbiter is the drill bit. But planning permission is of great consequence. I thought I’d seen PJ’s moniker somewhere!! Feeling a bit miffed eh?
rayrac
18/5/2018
08:38
Looks like an easy ride to their major drill Biscathorpe in the next 4 weeks. Bisca looking at atleast 0.2p share price imo If Wressle comes off then looking at 0.3-0.4p imo
ileeman
18/5/2018
07:21
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/union-jack-UJO/share-news/Union-Jack-Oil-PLC-Acknowledgement-of-Written-Mini/77463227
currypasty
17/5/2018
09:37
Left hand/Right hand, must remember the difference is which side it is attached to.......
maxwell
17/5/2018
09:37
Maybe we have all learned a lesson here that you cannot just swerve around the local committees and that if they feel as though the oil companies are bullying them they may well just dig their heels in. The recent news is good news and proves that there is still some hope in the UK onshore drilling sector
guesswhosback
17/5/2018
08:42
markfrankie. At UKIS, UJO confirmed to me that now, as far as they are aware (a strange statement in context), Egdon have now completed all works and requests ref. the planning permission. However, that begs the question why Egdon didn't do it before, and have been caught taking short cuts? (more than once?)
pj 1
16/5/2018
23:22
PJ 1 , I agree when we get the go ahead to start extracting oil from wressle UJO will be on its way to a bright future, I say 'when' as DB seemed to imply that the partners have addressed All the terms and queries raised by the committee. Best of luck to us all
markfrankie
16/5/2018
18:34
Rayrac 16 May '18 - 18:26 - 2067 of 2068 0 0 0 Thanks cp, it all comes down to success with the drill bit, another 12mths and we should be a heck of a lot wiser all around the northeast and southeast! Hopefully a lot richer too!! ============================================================================ Rayrac It certainly does not all come down to the drill bit as you state. Planning permission approval at Wressle is a game changer on its own.
pj 1
16/5/2018
18:26
Thanks cp, it all comes down to success with the drill bit, another 12mths and we should be a heck of a lot wiser all around the northeast and southeast! Hopefully a lot richer too!!
rayrac
16/5/2018
08:50
from 12.3 mins https://audioboom.com/posts/6856401-xpediator-xpd-union-jack-oil-ujo-and-mysquar-mysq
currypasty
16/5/2018
01:17
Yes it is, Could this be the year?
markfrankie
15/5/2018
09:04
But isn't this all generally good news ??
fastballfifty
15/5/2018
08:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0Hx8qmrfnA&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop
markfrankie
15/5/2018
07:44
UJO need to consolidate. Very little cash out for this acquisition but theses acquisitions have running costs.UJO need to concentrate on cash generation
oilbuy
14/5/2018
13:50
Spiked, and didn’t catch it! Not that I would want too. Forcast of reserves at Kelsey, anyone know?
rayrac
14/5/2018
13:37
Thanks cp!
rayrac
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