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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
United Oil & Gas Plc 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
  0.225 5.49% 4.325 4.25 4.40 4.35 4.175 4.18 4,432,623 15:25:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.0 -0.6 - 27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/12/2019
16:28
All I know is I was surprised when I looked at the RNS and saw 3p as I had committed my money at 4p.
buzzzzzzzz
31/12/2019
16:17
Must have been a lot more money - surely $6.25MM could also have been raised by issuing only 120MM shares at 4p
spangle93
31/12/2019
14:17
I am holding all mine from the placing. It was a last minute call that changed the price, more money was offered and management decided to take it but it was at 3p. Must have had their reasons.
buzzzzzzzz
31/12/2019
14:17
I am holding all mine from the placing. It was a last minute call that changed the price, more money was offered and management decided to take it but it was at 3p. Must have had their reasons.
buzzzzzzzz
31/12/2019
12:41
Not transformational for them if they sell out for just a few percent gain ;-) I'll be glad to see the back of them but until then we may be stuck firmly in the 3-4p range. At least the directors participated in the placing which shows confidence in the deal longer term.
bountyhunter
31/12/2019
12:24
You are quite right bountyhunter. Hopefully this deal will turn out to be transformational for long term holders too at some stage and not just for the greedy financiers.
soulsauce
31/12/2019
12:18
Some small consolation today ss but I don't think us long standing holders will be happy until the price is above 4p given the suspension price and it may take a while for the overhang to clear in 2020 beyond conclusion of the deal.
bountyhunter
31/12/2019
11:51
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cpap man
31/12/2019
11:41
New Year tip for 2020
cpap man
31/12/2019
11:21
Some more news leaking out on Ash-2 may be?
soulsauce
31/12/2019
11:17
Buys pouring in
someuwin
31/12/2019
11:11
Well aren't you just a bundle of joy.
soulsauce
31/12/2019
11:00
Looking for an entry at 2.5 p
costax1654x
30/12/2019
22:47
Ahh that market lol. Would have thought the FTSE and Aim All Share would be the metrics to gauge things on but you could be right. But the raising would have probably been carried out over several weeks. Sorry for the moans. I am just sore that some investors with little interest in this are making a nice turn while people like myself are now well underwater watching the greedy financiers get a pay day at my expense having believed in the company, the management and the transformational deal.
soulsauce
30/12/2019
22:28
He's not totally wrong on the down 20% remark imo. LSE shows the aim oil and gas producers up 9.23% on the day they announced the deal and down just over 6% on the day of the interview (The aim super sector oil and gas was down 13.5% that day) Thanks for the interview link. Still a shame about the placing price agree LTH's got a bad deal. hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/companies-and-advisors/aim/indices/indices-chart.html?aim=AXX0500
bad gateway
30/12/2019
20:58
Yes but not something he would have ever said prior to the 'transformation' deal, and you can load the deck which is what I thought 'transformational' meant. Another lesson learned.
soulsauce
30/12/2019
20:48
I just included it, cos it was part of the typical 5-minute sentence reply which skitters off the question asked very quickly and into a few more areas where he's more comfortable - I think he should have said you can only PLAY the cards you're dealt. Sorry if that element got missed ;-)
spangle93
30/12/2019
19:49
bounty indeed. The 3p raising also ensured that Rkh got an even better deal with an extra 25% of shares which could net then another £2m when they decide to offload them after the lock in. With any luck Ash-2 will prove it was still a good deal.
soulsauce
30/12/2019
19:48
I read "you have to deal the cards you're dealt with" (!!) as "we were boxed into a corner by greedy financiers" :-$
bountyhunter
30/12/2019
19:40
Sorry Spangle should have said addresses it but not sure it clears it up as you say in your second and third paragraphs. The market clearly has not gone down 20% which makes me doubt the other excuses, errrrm I mean explanations 😉 But you are quite right with BP. However that begs another question why the financiers were more concerned with Brexit and a few small cap Oilers having a bad result or two (which is not uncommon) instead of being convinced to stump up at least the market price having the name BP alongside the deal.
soulsauce
30/12/2019
19:22
His words were "you have to deal the cards you're dealt with" (!!) which addresses it for me. Keep up, Souls ;-) I'm not sure he really grasped the disappointed of existing shareholders at the price, or went near the question of "if these assets are so good, then why the discounted price". Also, he says that "the market is down 20% from when we announced the deal". Well, I've looked at quite a few markets, and none is down 20%, e.g. FTSE AIM All-Share fell from 920 to 900 over that period. However, joking aside, still for me, the mystery is BP's involvement. I worked for BP. BP doesn't do stuff like this. It runs big projects, it moves into frontier areas, it operates large assets, it partners governments. It doesn't loan microcaps pocket money. In that interview from earlier this month, he's talking as if BP is an active player, not a passive loan provider. If anyone has spoken with the company about this, can you share your thoughts, because it suggests there may be closer involvement, like the personal links with Tullow, in the future, e.g. Benin?
spangle93
30/12/2019
18:41
Well he discusses it, I am not sure he addresses it. At the end of the day you have new shareholders with little or no interest in Uog making a good turn on cheap shares while long term shareholders that have backed this company and continue to back them have to wait for this to hopefully put on a good 30% just to get back even. There were some good excuses from the wee man but Buzzzz calls it spot on.
soulsauce
30/12/2019
18:23
Brian Larkin CEO of United Oil & Gas UOG discusses their AIM restoration also recent Rockhopper Acquisition and addresses at length disgruntled original investors on the frustration of low 3p placement https://tinyurl.com/umesr8d
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