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United Oil & Gas Plc LSE:UOG London Ordinary Share GB00BYX0MB92 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -1.52% 3.25p 955,650 07:38:49
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.10p 3.40p 3.25p 3.25p 3.25p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -0.59 -0.59 11.2

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25/5/2019
09:20
United Oil & Gas Daily Update: United Oil & Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UOG. The last closing price for United Oil & Gas was 3.30p.
United Oil & Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.15p and a 12 week average price of 3.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.15p.
There are currently 345,613,985 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 918,496 shares. The market capitalisation of United Oil & Gas Plc is £11,232,454.51.
19/3/2019
13:33
spangle93: Snickerdog - aye, doubts more so to do with the quality of certain assets, and the timeline to significant events. I'm still less convinced that the Crown, Acle, and onshore UK exploration licences will deliver meaningful value than they are. But my impression is that corporate activity will continue apace this year. But boy, the guys are rabidly ambitious. There was a particularly insightful discussion towards the end around the share price - are they frustrated with where it is now, and where the share price would be in 1 and 2 years time. BL said more than once that their aim is to reach a £100MM market cap as quickly as possible, and then after that, go for £250MM. According to the thread header as I'm writing this, the current M/cap is £12.8MM !! Likewise they said that a year ago the asset NPV was 7 MM and now it's 70 MM (units unspecified), and that's the pace they want to continue. edit - also the slide pack has more insights into Colter and Benin - the latter is real frontier but looks very interesting, and should be much cheaper to explore and develop than Walton Morant [my opinion]
19/3/2019
13:03
tektonik: Had to jump off the investor call during the Q&A this is where I got to: Here are my notes from the Q&A for those that could not join or stay: 8-10 potential opportunities to be evaluated or currently under evaluation. 2 production opportunities in advanced discussions with large oil companies. Looking to advance at least one of these. Jamaica - target is to drill in 2020. Interpretation still ongoing. Next stage is to get into the joint venture/farm down process. Selva & Waddock Cross - focus is getting production online by 2020. Brian views the company as self-sufficient now. Entire exec team have felt the pain of the share price not performing, despite great progress. Focus is to continue to develop the business to build on consistency. Newsflow in the next 6months - Colter post drill work program, potential farm downs in Jamaica & Crown. New acquisitions into the portfolio. Development on Benin. Well planning on Waddock cross towards the end of the year. Opportunites are evaluated as stand alone projects. Looking at innovative financing structures, e.g. offtakes. There are options to reduce dilution. There has been encouraging discussions with banks. BL wants to grow the story, a number of different investor relations activity has occurred. He spends roughly 2-3 days in London/week, raising the profile of the company. Meeting with fund managers and institutional brokers. Active on podcasts and proactive. Going forward, quarterly shareholder calls will be held and will form part of the formal PR engagement process. Management cannot buy stock as they're in a closed period as a result of the volume of activity has taken place. The Exec team own approx 10% of the company as it stands. First couple of years, no salaries were paid - they are aligned with shareholders. When the share price goes down, they "absolutely feel it". They currently don't take big salaries compared to their peer group. In the longer term they believe the Mgmt team will be rewarded, hence are patient. They would love to buy stock, but it's not possible given what they're working on.
16/3/2019
14:45
the manini: I must admit I wasn't expecting anything more than a Colibri cpr for Jamaica, if there's 20 other targets that would have taken too much time and been too expensive.This board seems to be getting more negative but personally I'm very confident of a positive reaction this year in the share price. The market always values around 18 months forward and later this year attention will start to focus on profits from Selva next year.Plenty more news still to come with progress on several projects. I don't know how far Colter South is from Colter North but it can't be that far if they thought they were hitting Colter North with the drill! All CEO's still seem confident (given UOG said anything over 4 mb would be commercial why wouldn't they?) and agree that more work needs to be done to analyse all the new data.We've signed a great option for another frontier region with huge upside potential and then there's the 'transformational deal' still to come, possibly two...I hear people posting about how long it's taking but people need to remember that they were very close to signing a deal and pulled out at the eleventh hour so the whole lengthy process of due diligence starts all over again so I never expected anything immediately. We want the due diligence done properly to protect our interests. From the way BL last spoke things sounded very close.Bulletin boards seem to veer from euphoria to despair and back again as the daily shareprice moves up and down. I take very little notice of them in a general sense. I focus on what the company have done and since I've been involved I think they've been very proactive and have added much value.The seller(s) may still be around BUT I stand by my previous comment that the large spike down on the big volume day will be the shareprice low point. PDYOR.
15/12/2018
12:51
spangle93: Proactive interview seems full of the usual optimism... I like the idea that he's the self-confessed most impatient CEO. I'm wondering if this major acquisition that didn't complete was as a result of the oil price fall around the same time, such that a deal that looked compelling at $80/bbl didn't look as nailed-on at $60/bbl. Or at least, the prospect of lower prices led to a greater focus on risk, or a mismatch in the bid and offer valuations that couldn't be negotiated out. I'm not so sure that Colter is a true "game-changer", given that they are only holding 10% equity. That would equate to around net 2 MMbbl resources if all came in as expected. The NPV is probably not dissimilar from the potential NPV at Waddock Cross, where the resources (2C of 320,000bbl) seem unfathomably low - according to the blurb, the mid-expectation for recovery from the Cycle 2 better quality reservoir is only 2.1% of oil in place. So the upside to reserves with a success there is potentially impressive. And Dorset64 can sit at the gate each day with a thermos flask and report back on what's going on. ;-) Then there are the Italian gas fields, which again have net BOE in the same order of Colter. Colter is a low-risk target which hopefully will kick start company and share price momentum early in 2019, but it's not the only egg in the basket, and failure there shouldn't halve the share price cos of the relative scale of the opportunities AIMHO of course :-)
28/8/2018
09:28
dorset64: Thanks guys for posting the broker notes and great to see the current target share price of circa 17.1p is based on the 'low side' given they had diluted UOG down to a 20% carried interest on the North sea project plus of course Jamaica. Anything negotiated above 20% or on better terms again increases our free carry or stake, and thus the share price too although and obviously if the drill bit misses, the share price drops whereas what appears increasingly likely, the drill bit will hit and the share price races past such targets. A great time to be in I would say.
22/2/2018
15:40
cpap man: LOL cf456 seem to recall that we were in the pub at the time! [on a more serious note he has said this in the context of that is where he would like to get the UOG share price to in the medium to long term as that would demonstrate real success - he most certainly was not trying to ramp up the UOG share price]
04/8/2017
13:25
cpap man: Thanks Ed....there are perhaps a few more that we share in common such as KOD If you ever look at small cap oil & gas companies maybe take a close look at recently [Monday] fully listed [standard] United Oil & Gas [UOG] UOG are headed up by 2 ex Tullow Oil [TLW] boys Brian Larkin and Dr. Jonathan Leather MKT CAP is £6M with over half of that being in cash....UOG have 2 drills planned in the next 4 to 6 months with the 1st drill in October Obviously with their TLW connections the boys have some massive plans to take the UOG share price from pennies to £ pounds £
31/7/2017
13:21
cpap man: It has taken until lunch time but the UOG share prices & trades are now accurate....LSE:UOG
31/7/2017
08:35
cpap man: Thanks for that encarter but where are you getting the UOG share price from? On ADVFN it comes up with an Aussie listed company.... And when you put LSE:UOG in it comes up as unknown? Perhaps we need to get ADVFN to correct this....best way is by letting them know at the HELP thread here on ADVFN
30/7/2017
15:15
cpap man: SEN were suspended at 2.5p [RTO of SEN by UOG] and then the UOG placing raising £3M was done at 2.5p so assuming the MM's open around these levels then that is pretty decent initial upside potential for the UOG share price. "the upside valuation for the company could be as high as US$38.0m (£30.3m) on an unrisked basis, equivalent to 13.3p per share on a fully diluted basis."
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