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Urals Energy Public Company LSE:UEN London Ordinary Share CY0107130912 ORD USD0.126 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -3.77% 25.50p 23.00p 28.00p 26.50p 25.50p 26.50p 16,050 12:46:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 32.7 1.3 83.7 0.3 3.22

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2019
17:04
UKOG looks to be in trouble and going down whilst RMP is looking good!
chavitravi2
16/1/2019
15:33
I agree Darren, if the new board bought shares it would be good signal. I felt with the number of shares sold recently and no real drop in price that they had a buyer lined up for them. I was thinking as said the new director/s.
chavitravi2
16/1/2019
15:05
Allenby should make sure that everything they are being told about the situation in Russia by the CEO is factually correct (and he has not left anything out). Also, I wonder what DD they did on the CEO to establish whether he is a fit person to be an AIM director - I understand he has a colourful past.
amargosa
16/1/2019
13:53
I would be surprised if they did tbh but the tone of the last RNS suggested it was a very real possibility, they would've had input into how that was written/have signed it off before release They've already done due diligence on one director, given the current board suggested replacing the CEO & Kononov with him. Maxi was previously a CEO of this company so one would've thought nothing much required here. That just leaves two directors to complete due diligence on - not sure why it would take more than 2 months (from initial request for EGM) for them to do this!! My sincere hope is that the new board have another Nomad lined up.
darren81
16/1/2019
13:42
If Allenby resigns it will look terrible for them - acting in cahoots with the Board against the interests of the largest shareholder; could be quite damaging for them in terms of their Nomad licence.
amargosa
16/1/2019
13:05
the only current director to buy any in the last 10 years was Shrager tho chav, who bought a relatively small amount almost 3 years ago. this is another reason to vote for Kononov imv - he has actually invested a considerable amount into the company whereas the current BODs hold ~3% in total, if they actually believed in the company then they should've been buying shares themselves. if the new board bought shares in the open market then that would definitely send a strong signal - given past form though i'm not holding my breath on that one. clock is ticking for Allenby to throw a spanner in the works here, only 4 more days after close today until the likelihood of delisting is greatly diminished
darren81
16/1/2019
09:47
It makes sense the proposed directors should take some.
chavitravi2
15/1/2019
18:22
The ever optimistic chav
neftanik
15/1/2019
16:54
I still think I there is a sizeable buy order in. Quite some chunky sells over the last week or so with a fair price paid for them and little effect on share price
chavitravi2
15/1/2019
13:09
The EGM is on 22 Feb, my point is that if the current nomad resigns after next Tuesday the New board will have time to replace them without losing the listing on AIM. If they resign today the current board have suggested they won’t replace them so we’d be delisted. This date passing should significantly derisk us imo
darren81
15/1/2019
12:59
Is the EGM not on 22 Feb 2019 as apposed to next tuesday
lalria
15/1/2019
11:52
There's very little the current BODs can do now to stay in their positions, the only way that would happen is if they make a large enough offer that even Adler accept...I don't expect that to happen though. At EOD next Tuesday this should hopefully be a much more attractive company, at that point even if the current nomad resigns the new board will have enough time (AIM rules state only one month allowed for a replacement) to be able to appoint a new nomad straight after the vote and thus remove the risk of delisting. The whole delisting scenario only came into play given the extremely long lead time between the letter of requisition and the actual EGM. The current BODs are completely responsible for this, as such I have no choice but to vote against them. They are the biggest obstacle to me getting any kind of return from my investment. I suspect (hope) that the new board are holding off on releasing their circular until that time so as not to alienate Allenby - I'm hoping they have a new nomad lined up as Allenby haven't exactly beneficial in attracting new investors!
darren81
15/1/2019
11:19
What cunning plans are being plotted by both parties I wonder
tone the bone1
12/1/2019
09:51
Well, I am Sure Mr K is not stupid , After all , BOD works for shareholder is their job and responsibility. Just that BOD has been treating the shareholder way over its right as if they are the only ones can play the AIM game in London, surely wrong.. In all the NOMADs, only one thing works, money talks .... ! GLA
whu0319
11/1/2019
11:21
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/01/10/sports-direct-pushes-debenhams-bosses-board/ The price of failure.
amargosa
09/1/2019
11:00
Given Russian holidays are now over, id expect a circular from Kononov to be released imminently - lets hope it makes for better reading than the one from the BODs!! After today we only have 8 more business days for Allenby to resign resulting in a potential delisting, if they do this after the 22nd Jan the new board should be able to get a new nomad in place within the one month limit set by AIM
darren81
04/1/2019
14:34
no one here knows what the point of purchasing the boat is (nor do the current BODs either it seems), that's the thing, we only have one side of the story at the minute - hopefully we'll have an explanation on that as well as the write-down after transferring part of the share in the port from Kononov after the 9th
darren81
04/1/2019
13:29
haha, people, looking at big picture ~!!!!
whu0319
04/1/2019
13:19
If you want the port, you'll have to buy the boat. Kapish? (all written with a heavy Russian accent)
amargosa
04/1/2019
12:00
given we now own part of a port then a ship could also be construed as BAU purchase
darren81
04/1/2019
10:48
the loans I could accept as part of normal business, as he sees it / in Russia - many companies provide loans to their employees (as most of these people seem to be) The main concern for me, relating to all the transactions highlighted by the board, though is why they disposed of part of their holding in the port to the distillery for such a substantial discount - if this can be explained reasonably then i'll be extremely happy
darren81
04/1/2019
10:35
This Press Release is excellent sign and very technically correct: My reading is that our PIs letters and reasonable requests for Mr K to stick with what he said on 21 Dec may just be precisely what Mr K need to by-pass the BOD/Nomad's communicational dominance , fire a warning shot for any reckless action BOD may be contemplating, prevent Nomad of any wrong doing. Response from its Corporate website may also be a good tactic of not to potentially breaking AIM rules as BOD may accuse Mr K of.... Finally, whatever PI write to Mr K, my advise is to address ONLY these fundamental aspects, namely Keep AIM listing, Alternative Nomad, basic financing plan to move forward. Any attempt to question Mr K on details and reasons for these so called "unauthorised loans " issues are irrelevant for now, as these were clarified by Mr K on his Statement of 21th DEC anyway. So keep fingers crossed and be positive . GLA.
whu0319
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