Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wentworth Resources Plc LSE:WEN London Ordinary Share JE00BGT34J81 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 2.44% 21.00 67,109 15:50:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.00 22.00 21.70 20.50 21.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 14.05 0.74 0.75 29.2 39
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:01 O 177,777 22.50 GBX

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Wentworth Resources Daily Update: Wentworth Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WEN. The last closing price for Wentworth Resources was 20.50p.
Wentworth Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 20.50p and a 12 week average price of 17p.
The 1 year high share price is 23.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.50p.
There are currently 186,488,465 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 247,864 shares. The market capitalisation of Wentworth Resources Plc is £39,162,577.65.
thordon: Wonder why the share was going up , a solid company for the future with upside
rolo7: Looking good again could do with oil exposure maybe as price shooting up.
rolo7: Over hang of shares to delisting on a stock exchange and delays in payments in past, market not realizing wen is debt free
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?
thordon: The Best option is AEX as fully funded for drill program , unless they wait for SCIR to go bankrupt. Wentworth have stated no deal as Wentworth share price too low
thordon: Wentworth are still in a closed session , regarding talks on other company's assets. No formal statement from Wentworth has released them from the closed session. So the CEO can not disclose the information. AEX would be a good fit as cost for drilling are paid for , but the CEO has made it clear the share price of Wentworth needs to increase and undervalued.
laptop15: I suggest you take up the fait valuation with simply wall street as its there article. I merely tweeted there link. The share price was £1 back in 2011 for a short period of time so the £1.28 isn't totally unbelievable considering they have a proved up asset with reserves, no debt, profitable now and cash in the bank. Also the extention commissions next year which will increase production....who knows throw an acquisition in there and it could go back to £1 again. Don't forget who there partners are TOGC and M & P....more JV ventures will come in the future imo
laptop15: WEN looks very strong on the RSP today, small buys and the share price rises....50,000 shares is 18.18p. I believe the seller is finished and we might see a move up from here....
ntv: The company can quit easily afford to buy up the overhang and hold the shares purchased as treasury shares for release at a later date. Thus immediately saving on dividends. The extra monies saved could be used to further increase dividends for remaining share holders But they won't, they just cream big wages for doing jack for the last few years and watch the share price continue to fall Weak share holders have done sweet FA to change it
sleveen: eb I don't disagree with your FCF figures, which is why I invested in the first place. However, the day is not far off when WEN will have to start new drilling to replace the gas used and the FCF absorbed for that. Will the cycle of the past 6-7 years of waiting to be paid for 6 months or more return? In other words will WEN spend $50m or so on drilling and have to wait years to be repaid and risk a liquidity event as very nearly occurred a few years ago? IMHO Taz govt is unreliable and investing in WEN is not an option. That's why WEN share price isn't progressing. (Eg SHG and other miners are still owed many millions in VAT refunds by the Taz govt.) Took me a while to work it out. GLA
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