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Xplorer Plc LSE:XPL London Ordinary Share GB00B8VWXF68 ORD 0.1P
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Oil & Gas Producers -1.14 -9.00 1
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01/12/2020
08:20
Xplorer Daily Update: Xplorer Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XPL. The last closing price for Xplorer was 8p.
Xplorer Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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There are currently 13,612,600 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Xplorer Plc is £1,089,008.
18/12/2014
11:35
mortimer7: Ooh somethings happening.....http://www.investegate.co.uk/xplorer-plc--xpl-/rns/statement-re--suspension/201412181049081661A/
01/12/2014
12:05
showmethemoney123: I believe the Share Purchase Agreements and the Admission Document have been finalised and any Placing at RTO will be at a much higher level as it will be referenced to the value of the assets coming in. The pre-RTO funding is I believe going into the targets as a convertible loan again at a much higher value than XPLs current share price as again it is with reference to the value of the assets coming in. AIMHO. DYOR.
28/11/2014
20:50
skiboy10: Xplorer PLC 28 November 2014 Xplorer plc Interim Results for the period ended 30(th) September 2014 Chairman's Statement I am pleased to present Xplorer plc's interim accounts for the six months ended 30(th) September 2014; a period of continuing good progress. We have reached commercial agreement with two companies for potential acquisition by Xplorer. In order to ensure that those companies have necessary finance in place for future operations, we are working with the companies to raise funding ahead of initiating any formal acquisition process. Notwithstanding the current challenging oil price environment, we expect to be in a position to update shareholders shortly. Roger Tucker Chairman 28(th) November 2014 For further information, please contact: Xplorer plc www.xplorerplc.co.uk John Roddison, Director +44 (0)20 7495 7429Allenby Capital Limited + 44 (0)20 3328 5656Financial Adviser Nick Harriss, Director, Corporate Finance
30/10/2014
03:24
skiboy10: Yes the timings have slipped but it looks good... Imara Investment Opportunity  December 2013 Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with London and Hong Kong based group who control a UK main board standard listed shell company (“Pubco”);  Main terms and representations of MOU include: 1. Complete RTO merger with agreed pre-money ownership split. Target completion date of end Q2 2014; 2. Sproule to complete technical review on Imara assets and draft CPR; Target completion May 2014; 3. Execute Heads of Terms between Imara and Pubco prior to definitive Sales and Purchase Agreement “SPA”. Target completion date May, 2014 4. Market a $5 - 10 million convertible debenture (“CD”) offering into Imara which converts into shares of resulting “Pubco” at a 20% discount to the re-entry or deemed transaction price; Timing now; 5. Close the CD offering. Target completion date May 15, 2014; 6. Complete RTO of Imara assets. Target date June 15, 2014; 7. Independent Technical Consulting firm to complete CPR on identified production asset currently producing 8,500 bpd to be merged with Imara exploration assets post the completion of the RTO; 8. Raise an additional $75million in public equity concurrent with the completion of RTO and production asset acquisition. Target completion date Q3 2014.
27/10/2014
23:20
skiboy10: Found this from last summer. Looks like the plan hasn't changed it has just taken longer than anybody expected. Though that is understandable given the potential size of the deals in three different locations. Jul 12th 2013 More to Xplorer debut than first meets the eye London's oil sector welcomed a new addition on Thursday as Xplorer (LON:XPL) made a premium debut. It is the latest shell to join the market and investors may be forgiven for overlooking this debutant which is valued in the market at just £1.97mln. Raising just £1mln the new entrant's float barely made a splash, but, a closer look shows there may be more to this company than initially meets the eye. The fact that it has jumped straight on London's main board rather than AIM, the typical home of cash shells, could be taken as a statement of intent. Delving through the group's prospectus and associated marketing reveals an ambition to quickly put together a firm of some stature. The group's pockets are deeper than the float suggests. It is backed by Hong Kong based private equity group Sprint Capital, currently owning 17% of the shell, and it has several institutional investors in tow. Xplorer's upfront £1mln is merely pocket-money to allow the group to complete negotiations and due diligence over a significant transaction. Through a reverse takeover and another funding the group is expected to take its true form within a matter of months. It is understood that assets currently in Xplorer's sights are located in Kyrgyzstan and Georgia and the plan, once a reverse is sealed, is to bring in major partners for drilling. Together the assets' reserves will be in the multi-billion barrel bracket and it is thought the enlarged company could in short order be propelled among the established exploration and production companies in the FTSE 350. In a stock market statement today Xplorer chairman John Davies said: "This is the start of an exciting journey in the creation of substantial value for our shareholders. "Our sights are set on a significant transaction which will be supported by Sprint Capital. Accordingly, we consider a listing on London's Official List, rather than a junior market as appropriate to our ambitions for building a substantial oil and gas business." On Thursday Xplorer shares were changing hands at 18p each on the London Stock Exchange the £1mln share placing was priced at 16p.
31/7/2014
19:29
euclid5: so is he happy to pay 100% more for placing shares thrn the current share price - if so he would of been out of this game long ago - I also know investors that participate in many fund raisings & they will not pay 100% more especially for the risk involved in Exploration $75m is a huge amt of funding - by the way what has the Imara co got to do with XPL as I mentioned before many high level people will go to very extraordinary lengths to tell investors what they want to hear - plus there are wealth mngrs / Private investors - Private equity & Hedge funds that clamber onto many private co's investments pre IPO & sell off after they IPO at the moment what asset do with have in XPL - no production no assets no cash flow just a good sound business idea or merging with oil co's that have some exploration assets & funding them & funding means raisings huge amts of cash via placings They may get it off at 100p - if we were in 2009-10 & 2011 but the market conditions have changed dramatically since then Example - I calculated LOGP's BarrY NPV wi of 20% at 300p per share - today it's trading at 96% discount to that - agree though PVR has so far failed to farm this out
31/7/2014
15:05
euclid5: Thanks for the post LM - but don't forget regarding the below they will need large amounts of capex to bring oil assets into production - so yes they will need to do a placing & major investors don't pay much above market price for the large risk factors in this business they want large discounts, which is very common doesn't matter who backs them or what they said pre IPO - we are going to raise at 100p - but depends on what assets they buy & how close they are to production - the work commitments required on the licences etc & where they are based This is an interesting beast as nly 12.4m shares in issue & capped at £4.5m - all depends on the BoD's past oil business trading history really Not comparing like for like but re the looking at 90 candidates - can they provide factual proof of this - because BK & co at NEW (which is the biggest AIM oil & Gas dog in the past few years) said they looked at 50 assets worldwide & went for Belize which had 50 previous dusters except SL & ND oil fields...the rest is history there! "The opportunity set comprises existing production with significant development upside, offshore exploration in a province with high levels of industry activity and finally, a large acreage position in a prospective but under-explored onshore basin. Xplorer and Sprint continue to review other opportunities that could be added to our portfolio"
31/7/2014
14:55
liquid millionaire: Xplorer plc ("Xplorer" or the "Company") Final Results for the year ended 31 March 2014 Xplorer plc (LSE: XPL), a business formed for the purpose of acquiring an undervalued company, business or asset that has operations in the oil and gas sector, reports its Final Results for the year ended 31 March 2014. All financial amounts are stated in GBP British pounds unless otherwise indicated. Chairman's Statement I am pleased to present the annual accounts for the year ended 31st March 2014; a period of continuing strong progress. Xplorer Plc was incorporated on 12th March 2012 and was successfully admitted as a Standard Listing on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange on the 11 July 2013, raising £1 million through the placing of 6,250,000 ordinary shares at 16 pence per share from institutional and other professional investors. By March 2014 we had driven our opportunity substantially forward and this enabled us to raise an additional £500,000 at 46 pence per share. Xplorer plc was formed for the purpose of acquiring undervalued companies or assets in the oil and gas sector guided by an extensive list of 90 or so candidates which we had previously compiled with Sprint Capital. The money we raised has enabled us to conduct extensive research and due-diligence into these potential candidates and having set ourselves ambitious targets, a shortlist was compiled last year. Our Board is supported by Sprint Capital, a Hong Kong based private equity fund and its founders, Chris McAuliffe and Jacqueline Lim, who were invited to join Xplorer as non-executive directors at the time of our formation. Their skills, knowledge and ability have been pivotal in taking us to the position we are now in. I joined the Board in May 2014 in order to assist in the launch and creation of a cohesive sector focused operating business. Xplorer and Sprint have diligently pursued investment opportunities for a period of time and are currently in exclusive negotiations with three entities. In all cases these discussions are approaching completion. The opportunity set comprises existing production with significant development upside, offshore exploration in a province with high levels of industry activity and finally, a large acreage position in a prospective but under-explored onshore basin. Xplorer and Sprint continue to review other opportunities that could be added to our portfolio. The legal, financial and technical due diligence reports prepared by our various expert and professional advisers are now in the main, complete and we are in the closing stages of bringing the three candidates together under the Xplorer umbrella with plans to launch a further equity fund raising to be invested almost entirely in oil and gas productivity. We thank our shareholders for their support during the past year and we look forward to announcing further news shortly.
18/7/2014
12:16
moreforus: Xplorer Plc ("Xplorer" or the "Company") Appointment of Executive Chairman International Energy Sector Executive to lead Xplorer Xplorer Plc (LSE: XPL) the LSE Main Market listed investment company focussing on the oil and gas sector, is pleased to announce the appointment today of Roger Tucker as Executive Chairman. John Davies, will remain on the board as a Non Executive Director.
01/5/2014
16:20
skiboy10: From lseToday 16:25 Price: 49.00JackSht 567 postsRE: newsCould not be more right mills2. This guy has been there and done it a few times (just slowly re-read the RNS and let his PROVEN capabilities sink in). Would XPL want or be able to attract an executive of this caliber if their ambitions were not huge and convincing. His connections within the industry must also be a massive bonus for us. The appointment will, more than anything else so far, establish XPL in the minds of the market and begin to attract major players. I've set out my lower and upper limits for the share price a number of times on this BB (i.e. £1 to £1.50 - this year). However, we are being given an insight into the ambitions of XPL and, I believe, I may need to revise my thinking significantly on the share price We are a fortunate band of investors here and we shall be the envy of many when this plays out. What I also love about XPL is that we need not worry about missing the boat and not selling soon enough, as I expect the share price to continue on an upward trend for many years to come. GLA (but you will only need it to get your hands on more shares). Jack
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