Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zoltav Res LSE:ZOL London Ordinary Share KYG9895N1198 ORD SHS USD0.20 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 14.50p 12.00p 17.00p 14.50p 14.50p 14.50p 0 06:41:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 26.4 2.6 0.0 1,625.3 20.58

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2017
20:30
BB, I just wonder if the share price is being manipulated lower, for another major shift of equity, similar to what we witnessed a few weeks ago, completely bonkers and do you take that leap of faith!....GL S
swizz
17/8/2017
18:26
As you say we are profitable and have great assets. Just doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Where's that move to the main market. Where's the new broker note.
bernieboy
17/8/2017
18:22
The reasons that I can see are that the market thinks: there is something amiss, there is a fund raising coming, it's the Russia affect, or the fact that there are simply not many buyers. A statement from the company saying that nothing is wrong and in their eyes the share price should be much higher wouldn't go amiss.
bernieboy
17/8/2017
17:41
This company is profitable and has great assets, so the fall in its share price has nothing to do with it potentially going bust. So why should the share price be where it is?
paperclip3
17/8/2017
17:34
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t 34
17/8/2017
14:28
10 bagger here we come! Ha ha ha. Gotta laugh really.....
bernieboy
17/8/2017
14:27
Agreed paperclip. 13.5p. Must be forced to sell or just thrown the towel in. But to be fair with so little info coming from the company there is little to drive the share price until results time.....
bernieboy
17/8/2017
14:25
The price is now 10% of the fair value target put on it by share price Angel. Seems bizarre
paperclip3
17/8/2017
14:23
I guess what surprises me is that someone would actually sell at current levels.
paperclip3
17/8/2017
14:09
Keep averaging down and wait for news
shambaby
17/8/2017
13:51
You can buy at mid, never a good sign.
bsg
17/8/2017
13:42
Ridiculous.
bernieboy
17/8/2017
13:22
Getting bloody desperate now 12-17p.
bsg
15/8/2017
21:24
Heads Up on MATD MATD HUGE news today, Fallen from 32p when Bergen deal was announced and now NO MORE DILUTION till Mid Oct.. .MASSIVE upside with 2 Billion barrel prize Drilling next month! Back to 30p levels soon.
timw3
15/8/2017
20:07
BB, missed it today, albeit I did sense check on a few occasions during the day and 15p was pretty much consistent all day, absolutely baffling!, ...GL S
swizz
15/8/2017
08:30
Another 8k for you there swizz?
bernieboy
14/8/2017
22:29
Thanks swizz. Get in quick then sir! We might even get a blue day tomorrow!
bernieboy
14/8/2017
18:39
Guys, the 50k was indeed a buy, (not me though) but will be looking to add tomorrow if 15p is still on offer,.....GL S Via LSE... rgbuk Risk but worth it in my view. Today 16:18 Well bought another 50000 at the crazy price of 15.05p today to add to my holding. I figure with the profits they're making and their assets it's got to be a risk worth taking.
swizz
14/8/2017
14:37
Hi paperclip. Thanks for the info. I don't check out NEX. I did wonder if it could be a buy as it was over 15. Thanks for clarifying.....
bernieboy
14/8/2017
14:08
Actually BernieBoy, the mark down this morning looks to have been on the back of a sale of 23,077 shares @13p at 11:37 am on NEX (not AIM). It looks to me like the 50,000 @ just over 15p at 13:00 on AIM was a buy
paperclip3
14/8/2017
13:23
There's the sell! Interestingly they paid higher than the recent sells infact.....
bernieboy
14/8/2017
11:48
Yeah it's mind boggling tbh. Need the Chinese to come sniffing around with an initial bid of current share price multiples to start a rerate. Another drop in the share price with no sells recorded.....boring!
bernieboy
14/8/2017
10:42
I agree with you about the share price BernieBoy. The interims will be out next month , and should look good. I imagine we will get a research note soon after that. Zoltav has got to be one of the cheapest companies around!
paperclip3
14/8/2017
08:50
Thanks again swizz. Certainly seems that interest is picking up in the area one way or another. share price still amazes me......
bernieboy
12/8/2017
12:49
An interesting development aimed at boosting production at Samotlor amongst others, Zoltav certainly appear to be very close to where a lot of Siberian oil industry activity is underway,....GL S "The Koltogor licence sits in one of Russia's most prolific oil producing regions and is close to a number of major producing fields, including Samotlor, Russia's largest" Moscow mulls tax breaks for fields with high water cut Thursday, Aug 03, 2017 The Russian Energy Ministry intends to submit a bill to the government proposing to cut mineral extraction tax (MET) by 50% at oilfields that contain a lot of water. Deputy Minister Alexei Teksler was quoted as saying by Russian business daily Kommersant that the draft law would apply to fields in the Khanty-Mansiysk region containing more than 110-115 million tonnes (806 million barrels) of oil, as well as deposits in Yamal-Nenets with more than 90 million tonnes (660 million barrels). They will also need to have a water cut of over 85% and a depletion rate of 50-80%, Teksler noted. These requirements narrow down the deposits eligible for the tax break to Samotlor (owned by Rosneft), Fyodorovskoye (Surgutneftegaz), Sutorminskoye (Gazprom Neft) Tevlinsko-Russkinskoye (LUKOIL) and Vatinskoye (Slavneft). The bill is likely to meet resistance from the Russian Finance Ministry. “This is in fact destructive for the whole taxation system,” a spokesperson for the ministry told Kommersant. According to the representative, even the oldest of Russia’s brownfields enjoy a MET discount of no more than 25%, while deposits with a high water cut are given a break of just 15-17%. The spokesperson stressed that a 50% cut was economically unsound, claiming that the federal budget could lose out on 130 billion rubles (US$2.17 billion) per year in tax revenues if the bill were passed. A larger break at Samotlor alone would cost the Russian treasury some 70 billion rubles (US$1.17 billion), the representative warned. According to Teksler, the Finance Ministry raised its estimate for lost tax receipts at Samotlor to 83.5 billion rubles (US$1.39 billion) at recent government meetings. “We think that these estimates are too high, as the Finance Ministry calculates production figures for the field on the basis of five-year-oil technological plans,” he said. “These plans have already been de-facto revised owing to changes in macroeconomic parameters and geology.” Tekskler claimed that output growth at the five fields within three years of the lower MET rate being applied would more than offset the short-term loss of tax revenues. Moscow has been steadily expanding its use of tax breaks in a bid to maintain production levels at mature and technologically challenging fields. Around 197.6 million tonnes (3.96 million bpd) of oil produced in Russia last year received discounted tax rates, equal to around 40% of national output. This was 7.5 times more than the volume eligible in 2007. The Samotlor oilfield contains 25 billion barrels of oil, making it the largest of the deposits that could secure a lower MET rate under the new bill. Launched in 1969, the field ramped up production to 3 million bpd in the 1980s, although by 1996, output had slumped to just 300,000 bpd. The deposit was later acquired by TNK-BP, a joint venture between BP and a group of private Russian investors. Using enhanced oil recovery (EOR) measures, TNK-BP was able to lift Samotlor’s production rate to 600,000 bpd in 2009. Rosneft gained the field in 2013 through its US$55 billion takeover of TNK-BP. Output fell 4.7% in 2015 to around 425,000 bpd, according to Rosneft, and slumped by a further 4.1% in the first nine months of last year. This NewsBase commentary is from our FSU OGM publication. To sign up for your free trial, click this link: hxxp://newsbase.com/publications/fsuogm-former-soviet-union-oil-gas
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