Wentworth Resources Dividends - WEN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Wentworth Resources Plc WEN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.50 2.17% 23.50 15:55:36
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
23.00 23.00 23.50 23.50 23.00
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Industry Sector
OIL & GAS PRODUCERS

Wentworth Resources WEN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
21/04/2021InterimGBX131/12/201931/12/202024/06/202125/06/202123/07/20211.48
03/09/2020InterimGBX0.4831/12/201931/12/202010/09/202011/09/202009/10/20200
24/04/2020InterimGBX0.931/12/201831/12/201914/05/202015/05/202012/06/20201.35
03/09/2019InterimGBX0.4531/12/201831/12/201912/09/201913/09/201911/10/20190

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
15/6/2021
07:41
brucie5: 27% dividend increase on 2019... 6.7 yield.
29/4/2021
18:09
sleveen: WEN live Https://event.webinarjam.com/live/1048/oyy2gswo3an21unq2blzox
27/4/2021
21:32
brucie5: Break is not on until 24p.then potentially could see rise 34 on the 5 year gap. But in the meantime decent dividend to be getting on with.
27/4/2021
16:50
rolo7: theres another wen presentation at proactive investors on thursday!
27/4/2021
07:55
brucie5: Did anyone hear the WEN presentation?
21/4/2021
07:17
brucie5: 27% increase in dividend... Will suffice.
01/4/2021
14:06
rolo7: No results wen website did say today?
22/3/2021
20:27
brucie5: Not sure how these oilers move, but WEN seems to have broken the 23p resistance and bounced support at the same level. To me that indicates 27p next stop on the chart going by the 3 year view. Then 33p, on the five year. In the meantime shareholders get 6% dividend. Like a good old ship's engine - won't beat any records, but might take you to a realistic destination in good time.
13/3/2021
11:30
brucie5: Fair. Its very positively screened on Stocko and well reviewed by Malcy in this recent blog. It in his 2021 'Bucket List', so who am I to argue? "Wentworth has proved over the last year just how strong and flexible it is, with it s fixed price protection and very low cost of production it makes it one of the most profitable businesses in the sector. This enables it to not only pay a highly respectable dividend which yields some 8% but it has cash balances that give it the scope to expand the portfolio should the right opportunities appear. Top quality management has proved to have the confidence of a blue chip shareholder base who are as supportive as any in the sector. I’m very happy to have WEN in the Bucket List." https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/940159/malcy-s-blog---wentworth-resources-bahamas-petroleum-and-jersey-oil--gas-940159.html
08/1/2021
21:13
wbodger: She was on the Board at Faroe Petroleum before she was appointed CEO here. Also John Bentley (NED here) was Chairman at Faroe. LBE is the continuation of Faroe, under a different name after it was taken over by DNO. Musical chairs in the Boardroom, most of Faroe have started again at LBE and/or here. Bentley departure from Faroe was by ousting, having resisted the DNO takeover. LBE personnel are expert about the Norwegian Sea (where Faroe was strong) but sadly that's not much help in Tanzania. The one sometimes mooted is SEY.L, Sterling Energy. They have cash running down and need a project before it runs out. Again, they can't afford WEN, and only have one asset, a farmed prospect in ... Somaliland. (Somalia? Yikes. They seem to love war zones. Formerly had an interest in Kurdistan which ruined the company.) Now cash shell controlled by Russian oligarch Mikhail Kroupeev. Perhaps Eskil Jersing wanted to link up with Sterling, but Bentley, Roe and co said no? (Just speculating.) WEN don't need a deal. It would be wise to get more Reserves to convince the market that the dividend is secure, then it would re-rate, and Katharine can make whatever deal they are looking at. 7.5% dividend yield is a lot. If the share price went to 0.30 the DY would be 4.8%, which would be sustainable if Reserves support it. Nice ending to a good week. Summat oop? Or just in line with POO?
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