Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
United Oil&Gas LSE:UOG London Ordinary Share GB00BYX0MB92 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +1.99% 5.125p 5.00p 5.25p 5.25p 5.025p 5.025p 1,405,091 12:10:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.5 -0.0 - 11.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2018
10:20
Updated broker note share price revised up to 11.7p from 4.8p!https://twitter.com/themoneysponge/status/953568323165458432
maverick247
16/1/2018
19:16
Colter is one of the most attractive prospects available for smallcaps to add to their portfolio. Oil was previously recovered and all partners will be looking for an exit strategy in the case of success. In a development case, its a clear bolt-on to Wytch Farm, where it can be developed via ERD and tied in. I think it's as good as it gets. The major issue maybe environmental as they are going to be drilling in front of Bournemouth beach. Should be easy to see supply vessels come and go.Cash
cashandcard
16/1/2018
17:10
Copied from lse maverick2471 Posts: 29 Observation Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 5.025 View Thread (2) Delivery to Date Today 13:17 Very pleased with todays news. Don't post here often but feel it necessary to recap what the company has achieved in a little over 6 months. As a participant in the IPO and subsequent fundraise I am a long-term investor and if Brian keeps pulling deals out of the bag like this and the Jamaican deal then I'll be participating in any further raises. Given market cap Im looking for well into double digits this year £ Initial £3m fundraise completed and IPO £ Successful drill at Podere Majar, well completion, awaiting flow-tests £ Landed High Impact Jamaican farm-in deal with Tullow Oil at a capped £1.5m full cost to UOG with Tullow having already spent $20m on prior work and seismic. UOG will be able to farm-out for free-carry on the drill. First target has a projected NPV of $600m there are up to 15-20 similar targets on the acreage totalling circa 3m bb oil. Potentially game-changing deal. £ Subsequent fundraise of £1.25m at 60% premium to IPO already exhibiting excellent returns for initial shareholders and second round funding participants. Most recent fundraise was at just 5% discount and over-subscribed. £ Company fully-funded for 2018 work programme Podere completion, Waddock Drill H1, Jamaica Seismic from April and now Corallion drill, H1 £ Delivered an additional near-term drill/farm-in as part of the Corallion Colter drill P1918 license with a 10% interest in the JV covering three licenses and the option to increase working interest to 20%
skiboy10
16/1/2018
14:27
Theres your buy @v 09.43 caters, it went down as a sell for 5p.
dorset64
16/1/2018
10:31
I can't say I'm a big fan of Mr Larkin but, credit where it's due, he's pushing this company along pretty fast and that Jamaica deal with Tullow is rather neat. Anyway, my 300,000 buy at 5p should print soon.
caters
16/1/2018
10:24
Had to read the headlines twice, thought they said Carillion at first glance lol. As you say Maverick, only 6 months in and signs of a nice Co. being formed here. Good to get in early on this one.
dorset64
16/1/2018
07:41
Excellent news on the Corallian farm out appraisal well near to existing waddock assetThats two drills in H1 now in addition to podere salva italian asset flow results due imminentlyCompany only listed 6 months and delivered two fund raises at progressive share price and two additional deals on top of existing two assetsV pleased shareholderSeeking further acquisitions too
maverick247
12/1/2018
07:55
United Oil & Gas Plc Podere Maiar flow testing commences United Oil & Gas Plc ("UOG", "United" or the "Company"), the London Stock Exchange listed oil and gas exploration and development company, announces that flow testing has commenced on the Podere Maiar 1 ("PM1") well on the Selva Gas Field in the Podere Gallina licence. The Company is pleased to announce that it has been informed by the operator that flow testing on the PM1 well in Northern Italy has commenced today, and results will be reported next week.
cpap man
12/1/2018
07:37
Flow testing commencedResults next weekExpecting new deal soon too from recent fundraise
maverick247
08/1/2018
14:41
my top pick for 2018 is ARS but am now buying a few here too as the story looks increasingly good. Good luck all.
dorset64
08/1/2018
14:15
Interesting that all large holders either stayed the same or increased their holdings in UOG in that recent small placement prior to the Christmas and New Year holidays. Wonder why?!?!?
cpap man
08/1/2018
14:10
Yes agree maverick247 tons of news flow to come including news of mega deals with majors no doubt! UOG are my top pick for 2018
cpap man
08/1/2018
14:08
Btw took part in both ipo and placing and holding over 1 million shares Wont be slicing until jamaica drill in the meantime i expect continuous news flow and deliveryOne of my personal top picks for 2018
maverick247
08/1/2018
14:07
Bit of a swift turn around, all of a sudden.
dorset64
08/1/2018
13:24
Indeed just starting a rich newsflow period too
maverick247
08/1/2018
13:15
Looks very much like another buying opportunity to me at UOG ahead of further news flow!
cpap man
03/1/2018
08:35
PXOG are up by circa 9% on the back of market whispers over the Italian drill [flow rates] Time for UOG who hold a higher % to join in todays share price rises!
cpap man
02/1/2018
13:05
No wiseacre [not to my knowledge anyway]
cpap man
02/1/2018
13:00
Was there a New Year tip somewhere?
wiseacre
02/1/2018
12:55
LOL caters is a TROLL - take a look at the PXOG thread!!!!
cpap man
02/1/2018
12:47
Fine. let's park it there. Good luck.
caters
02/1/2018
12:44
Great start to the year so far, I'm expecting big things in 2018, and this is the stock I anticipate has the potential to deliver multiple X returns in my portfolio. Cash was raised in December for a reason, now we just need the deal to be announced and things get very interesting. Happy new year to all shareholders here!
griffin81
02/1/2018
12:39
Caters, the auditors resigning is the standard process when they are being replaced. I have changed auditors a number of times in companies I own, usually because I was offered better value for money, or greater depth and breadth of services by a new auditing practice. If the accounts were due to be published next week, I would be a little concerned, but the next accounts are not due to be published until the 30th June 2018, which clearly implies this is a controlled replacement with the new auditors having 6 months to complete and publish audited accounts.
griffin81
02/1/2018
12:36
caters, I suspect you too have been round the block long enough not to believe anything you read on these BB's except for your own research. For you to lambast me for saying to contact those involved but rather believe someone on this BB does not quite ring true. I do not know the answer to your question so if the answer is a totally innocent answer, you never know by phoning them you might just get a reply but hey, you won't so there's your answer. End of convo for me.
dorset64
02/1/2018
12:25
Dorset, The auditors have no authority or obligation to answer my questions. They have discharged their legal duty by informing the company and by sending a copy of their letter of resignation to Companies House. The company itself is under no obligation to answer my questions and I'd be wasting my time asking them, for crying out loud. Sometimes one can't get a lot of info on these matters and all we have to go on is the letter of resignation, in fact for UOG, two letters of resignation. You've been around the block long enough and I'm really surprised that, with your experience, you'd expect some private investor to get any answer, yet alone the right answer, by phoning either the ex-auditors or the company itself. Why do you think the Companies Act places a legal duty on the auditors to inform Companies House that they have resigned even if it's just to say that there are no circumstances which they consider should be brought to the attention of members or creditors of the company? Be grateful that at least the Companies Act has this provision of disclosure because most times this is the best you'll get when an auditor resigns.
caters
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