Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Oil & Gas LSE:VOG London Ordinary Share GB00BRWR3752 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.00p 62.25p 63.75p - - - 0 06:31:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 26.5 -24.3 -23.3 - 68.55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/8/2017
07:16
Mr Maestro are you registered to give investment advice. Your posts sent to the FCA.
john henry
23/8/2017
07:12
Could have bought less than 35p a year ago
fatnacker
23/8/2017
05:33
you won't be buying then...simple
deanroberthunt
22/8/2017
21:57
Not buying until 35p. Trust me.
mr maestro
22/8/2017
17:18
By the way how many you want to buy Maestro and at what price ???
philippem
22/8/2017
17:17
Please sell so buyers can buy at lower price. Some like Maestro think you will be stupid enough to do so.SELL SELL SOLD.
philippem
22/8/2017
17:01
SELL, trust me. SELL first thing tomorrow.
mr maestro
22/8/2017
16:57
Oh ya fuker. Look at that spike. hahahahaha Down it will go to 45p, hang about to sucker in more mug punters then boom, 30p
tr4v2
22/8/2017
16:39
top sliced a few at 65p...see if i can get 60 again
temmujin
22/8/2017
16:02
Sorry resistance is at 68 not 65.
philippem
22/8/2017
15:39
Very few sales below 62. This is the new support level. We have resistance at 65. We should move between those 2 until the next RNS.
philippem
22/8/2017
15:23
Borski after breaking key resistance at 60p the share price was always going to retest. Good buying area
john henry
22/8/2017
14:46
Mmmm, Let me just get my money back,,,,, I do see your point Dean, but I also see mine too. P.s, I'm going to sound really negative now,,,,, but I would not be surprised if this sells off in the next 2 hours and becomes negative. I do not like the way it is loosing it's gains.... again
boraki
22/8/2017
14:32
why would u want to get out, just when it's beginning
deanroberthunt
22/8/2017
14:13
I will chill once I'm able to get out of here :-(
boraki
22/8/2017
14:11
61.25p to 63.75p spread. Ridiculous
boraki
22/8/2017
13:46
Boraki, chillax, it's just a technical level here....flow test news within sight
deanroberthunt
22/8/2017
13:28
I see people are taking money off the table again. No guts this share, No staying power. Too many people trying to get out. This is sad, because the potential is huge.
boraki
22/8/2017
10:59
Consensus seems to be that 107 will be a better producer than 105 below: Test Results 09/03/2010 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMVOG RNS Number : 2662I Victoria Oil & Gas PLC 09 March 2010 9 March 2010 Victoria Oil & Gas Plc ("VOG" or the "Company") Test results from Well La-105 at Logbaba Gas and Condensate Project, Cameroon · Well La-105 tests at rates in excess of 55 million cubic feet of natural gas and 1,000 barrels of condensate per day (together approximately 10,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day) between depths of 7,005 - 8,500 feet from Lower Logbaba and Upper Logbaba D sands · Production rates from these sands confirmed as being sufficient to satisfy industrial demand in Douala with Upper Logbaba A - C sands yet to be tested · Reassessment of independent reserve estimates for the field expected in Q2 2010 · Exploration permit for Logbaba extended for a further six months until 20 August 2010 Victoria Oil & Gas Plc, (AIM: VOG), the oil and gas exploration and development company with assets in Cameroon and the FSU, is pleased to announce preliminary results from testing operations at Well La-105 at its Logbaba gas and condensate project ("Logbaba") in Douala, Cameroon. Well La-105, the first well drilled by VOG at Logbaba, was completed to a depth of 8,700 feet in early January. Commencing on 22 February, multiple pay zones were tested over a period of two weeks at depths between 7,005 - 8,500 feet. Over the testing period, various zones of La-105 flowed at rates between 11 - 56 million standard cubic feet per day (MMscf/d) of natural gas and 210 - 1,000 barrels per day of condensate. Flowing wellhead pressures varied between 2,750 - 4,552 psi. The theoretical Absolute Open Flow (AOF) capacity for the well is 90 MMscf/d. The gas is sweet, with a high calorific value and the condensate has an API gravity of 47 degrees. The test covered horizons of the Lower Logbaba formation, which had not been tested before, and the Upper Logbaba D sands. The Upper Logbaba A through C sands, although indicated as the best quality hydrocarbon-bearing sands encountered in the well logs, were not tested as the well indicated more than sufficient production capacity to meet initial gas demand of 8 MMscf/d. The Upper Logbaba A - C sands will be perforated and added to the completion interval when required for production. Analysis of the pressure transient and production log data is underway and fluid pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) samples taken at the test separator are being sent to the laboratory for further study. When the Company has completed its full interpretation of the test results, including those from well La-106, and integrated the results of the passive seismic spectroscopy survey conducted last year with the new well data and the limited 2D reflection seismic shot over the field by Elf, it will pass its findings over to independent reserve auditors for a reassessment of the 104 billion cubic feet proven plus probable reserves estimate made in 2008. Completion of the VOG interpretation is anticipated by early Q2 2010, with the independent review estimated to take a further 4 - 6 weeks. Chief Operating Officer Radwan Hadi said, "La-105 has much greater deliverability than we anticipated when compared to the previous Elf wells. Part of the reason for this is that we are using far more effective logging and completion technology than was available in the 1950s. There also appears to be additional productive potential in the well that could be realised by hydraulic fracture stimulation of some of the lower quality reservoir sands. We will need to acquire more data to allow us to design and implement a stimulation programme, but in the longer term this could add significantly to the Logbaba reserves." An extension to the current Logbaba exploration permit has been granted by the Cameroon Ministry of Industry, Mines and Technological Development until 20 August 2010. This extension will allow the Company to complete the drilling and testing of well La-106 and submit the full field development programme. Chairman Kevin Foo said, "We are witnessing the creation of an important gas utility business in Cameroon. The well test results have greatly exceeded our expectations for La-105. Our first well is more than capable of satisfying the initial industrial demand in Douala of 8 MMscf/d, for which we have already signed in-principle off take agreements at an initial price of $16 per thousand cubic feet. This has been achieved without having to open up the more prospective upper sands."
highasakite
22/8/2017
09:37
Only a few months ago the clowns that are Capital Group sold 4,000,000 VOG at 51p. Bunch of clowns.
highasakite
22/8/2017
09:29
Ahmet Dik, CEO, said: "Target depth has been reached at La-107 and the well has been cased and is expected to be a substantial producer. New gas supply is expected to come online during Q3 2017 and this should allow GDC to finalise contracts with high usage customers we have been in discussion with over the past months. It is very satisfying to have over 50m of net gas sands in La-107 "behind pipe" and I would like to congratulate the drilling team on the safe delivery of this well."
highasakite
22/8/2017
09:28
Victoria Oil & Gas A flash blog this morning as I have back to back meetings with a great set of industry leaders, more of that in due course. I couldnt let the VOG announcement go without a mention as it is of profound importance though. Today’s news from the company says that the La-107 well has found another 23m of wet gas sand in the lower Logbaba formation making a total of 58m. This is excellent news on a number of fronts, the well will be a producer by the end of September and the additional reserves mean that GDC can conclude long term contracts with high usage customers. The demand for gas in Douala way exceeds what GDC can supply so this extra production is enormously profitable and adds significant value to VOG. I remain convinced that the company is hugely undervalued and that the next few months will show why they are such a rare beast, a virtual monopoly producer with a market that is growing and remains immensely important, the outlook for VOG is now truly mind boggling and investors should appreciate how much this adds to the value of the business.
highasakite
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