Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Oil & Gas Plc LSE:VOG London Ordinary Share GB00BRWR3752 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.50 88,694 08:00:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.25 4.75 4.50 4.50 4.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 15.70 -84.42 -36.34 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:19:15 O 500 4.29 GBX

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Victoria Oil & Gas Daily Update: Victoria Oil & Gas Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VOG. The last closing price for Victoria Oil & Gas was 4.50p.
Victoria Oil & Gas Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.25p and a 12 week average price of 4.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.02p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2p.
There are currently 257,067,218 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 106,402 shares. The market capitalisation of Victoria Oil & Gas Plc is £11,568,024.81.
abacus2: Deutsch4 the vog share price has constantly decreased forcing shareholders out at at loss, Apple and Tesla have been constantly increasing allowing share holders to take a profit. Big difference!
speny: Danny, was your choice of not selling vog shares taken away from you? If not,why did you not sell when all was not looking so rosy? The reason you did not sell is down to one of these 3 fears; being wrong, losing money or missing out. Foo did not force you into not selling out, that was purely your decision to sit and watch the share price diminish. Unfortunately you had too many eggs in the one basket.
sparty1: The mad sparrow has been on the dodgy seed... "I missed this yesterday! I initially invested in VOG as I thought there was a strong possibility that SEY would merge/takeover VOG (The other scenario was a merger/takeover by the Etinde partners - Lukoil, NewAge, Blvn). SEY had about $45m funds sloshing about, YF Finance has built a 5% stake recently; and they had worked in Cameroon before, and wanted producing assets. The dominant shareholders have now sold their stake, we do not know to whom yet (but YF finance could well be the main buyer?); they've taken on the ex-Tullow boys (regarded as useless by ECO investors); and wish to invest in West Africa. 'Paul and Ian have extensive experience and knowledge of identifying and developing oil and gas assets in West Africa and intend to refocus the Company's strategy on producing assets in this region.' Here is yesterday's after hours RNS: hxxps:// Is this yet another contender to buy out or merge with VOG?" No sparrow ..just another trough for the directors to feed out of..Slurp.
sparty1: LOL..garry is gone but still two others on there..Maybe Thomas should refresh his IT skills. Re "troubled times" I`m referring to the financial situation as you well know. Insti`s Queuing up are they to help a serial loser like VOG? Even if they get a placement away with all the fees that entails those shares will be sold into any rise in the share price as usual.
dusty101: Don’t get me wrong here as I want Vog to succeed as I hold 125,000 ish shares around 96p. I would average down if I was a bit more confident here but all I can see here as every day goes past is a large placing/dilution coming. Vog need big power to be a success and cash now. Eneo payments/westmed sale, how many times have we heard about that. Without either, where will Vog get the money from. Perhaps Foo could lend Vog some cash.😂. Sorry I forgot. He’s still thieving it from Vog.
speny: Put very simply, Vog is a massive gamble which may or may not pay off in the distant future. At the current price level the reward has very good potential, but you have to remember that they are not in great shape at the moment and without good news on selling more gas and potential payment from Eneo, they could potentially go bust. Personally and having been a long term holder, if I was not already invested here, there is absolutely no way I would look at this company as being a fresh investment, and that has absolutely nothing to do with any sour grapes. Unless you're a gambler and looking for a potential big hit, there are 100's of companies with depressed SP's, which are profitable and struggling due to covid, which could 2,3 or 4 bag in the next 1-2 years. The difference between those companies and Vog, is you have a decent margin of safety, with Vog there is no margin of safety at all. The other issue to keep in mind, is look at the trading volumes, there is very little volume from week to week, so there is little interest in the shares, and hence the large spread. Now if there is some good news, there will be a spike but most of the buyers will be traders and pump and dump merchants like we saw in the last spike, rather than investors. The other thing to remember, there are lots of trapped investors with higher averages who would just like to get out without taking a massive hit, so there is a massive supply of shares at higher levels. Even with good news, the share price can only go up once all the selling has dried up, but at what price will that be, 15, 25p, 40p, 50p? Obviously if it gets to even 20p from this level, most people will be out with a decent profit from these levels. Anyway those are my thoughts, and I don't mind sharing that my average price is 12.64p Thankfully I have a very balanced portfolio and did not put too many of my eggs in the dodgy Vog basket, but I think some people invested far more than was sensible in this highly speculative stock.
rayfenn: SAGE the pensioner who sits in from of his device watching the VOG share price and forum like a hawk despite thinking the company is bust. What a strange pensioner.
dan de lion: Gas supply from BLVN is years away, if ever, If AKSA build their power plant(dependent on a cast iron payment guarantee) then VOG will have to accept the depletion of the existing supply will require them to find some more, fairly rapidly, can they raise the cash needed for more drilling, possible if they actually have the AKSA contract, which would have propelled the share price to dizzy heights, compared to the current share price
rayfenn: Don't forget to fire you computer up for 8am tomorrow to watch the VOG share price like a hawk you sad troll
speny: Danny, I have little doubt Foo will get a mention on your epitaph. Just out of curiosity and not that it makes any difference as Foo did lead everyone on a merry dance towards being a little poorer, but do you still hold your Vog shares, or had you sold up? Only asking because if Kelly does manage to turn Vog's share price around, you may possibly (and I say that loosely) recoup some of your losses.
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