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Angus Energy in talks to buy 'transformational' gas asset in North England


Block Energy P. Share Chat (BLOE)



Share Price: 13.65Bid: 13.30Ask: 14.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Block Energy P.
Spread: 0.70Spread as %: 5.26%Open: 10.575High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 13.65


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Toploader
Posts: 50
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: 100k after 100k
Wed 17:39
It's good to have GOG on board as a big share holder! :-D

Aren't they the same people that owned the Licence for FRR's block 12....with the 13 TCF of gas reserves?
Didn't they also have to go to arbitration with FRR because they were concerned about the PSC?
Have FRR lost block 12?
Did we fundraise for acquisitions recently?

Interesting times!
 
AJamesW
Posts: 2,186
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.65
RE: Thoughts on....
Wed 17:37
After the EGM and all the votes are in, they will then have to cut down all those shorter weeds which have grown round it since 27th March.
ROCKLAWN
Posts: 710
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 17:36
What quantity of shares is any poster holding ..... i just sold out 200000 for a £3000 profit as it was coming to the end of a T20 trade .. got back in on a CASH and NEW and was only charged .1p difference so £200 cost plus commission...
AJamesW
Posts: 2,186
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.65
RE: 100k after 100k
Wed 17:35
Yes I know, just wanted to make sure our sentiment manipluators didnt get the wrong of of the stick.
AJamesW
Posts: 2,186
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Is
Wed 17:32
No fed up of tripping over me LOL
NigelHaemoglobin
Posts: 172
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 17:25
BB, do you think that apart from the boiler posters many are genuinely nervous?
bigbench
Posts: 10,270
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 17:11
Well undervalued how ever you look at it...next news will wake up the market I hope and the proposed re rate will begin. It's going to be a great few weeks and months ahead,
kopfkissen
Posts: 983
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 17:07
Even when all new shares are issued, giving us a total of 385 million, at 14p that is still only an Mcap of £54 mill, or at 25p only £96 mill.
bigboffer
Posts: 3,425
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 17:02
The new shares will be of little to no consequence given the size of the company, the profits its making and no debt and fully funded. Most people have missed the fact that you cant go to the market and ask for 12 million quid and just get it, unless you are BLOE that is and then it just happened. The whole company was only worth 12 million quid in recent times. Boooooooom
little_earn
Posts: 75
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Is
Wed 16:59
Been busy pressing the buy button all day. I bet he’s having a lie down poor chap
Gizzard
Posts: 1,561
Premium Chat Member
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Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 16:59
Once the new shares are added to the reister the mcap will naturally be higher, but it makes no odds. The revenue streams could be mind blowing along with the sp.
Gizzard
Posts: 1,561
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.50
RE: Well .....
Wed 16:56
Exactly, it's massive.
bigboffer
Posts: 3,425
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.50
RE: Well .....
Wed 16:55
Let me help. Price for such companies is always based on PE value...ie..how much you make per year multiplied by somewhere between 10 and 50. If we are making 12 million at present on one well that's running at two thirds its full capacity that's 10 times the 12 million. Once its opened up it should do 15 million a year easy. Then there is the other wells and the gas so an easy 30 million a year at either 10,20 or 30 times on a PE ratio gives you 300 million or 600 or 900 million. MCAP is currently under 40 million at 14 pence per share. Could easily do anything from 400 million to over a billion. Big potential here. Said it at day one hence I am fully invested here. Good luck.
Zibrahimovic
Posts: 5,295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.50
Is
Wed 16:55
SEA7 Seasick?
Gizzard
Posts: 1,561
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:13.50
RE: Thoughts on....
Wed 16:52
29% rise and we're not even back to where 17.5p before this established news, massively undervalued so if we're expecting future revenues of £20/30M a year this would put on a p/e of £400/6000M at least.

Generally, a high P/E ratio means that investors are anticipating higher growth in the future.

The current average market P/E ratio is roughly 20 to 25 times earnings.

So we could be looking at £1.50+

Even now we should be valued between £240 & £300M

I can now understand why the big boys are in.
cash2
Posts: 2,022
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Thoughts on....
Wed 16:48
When is the spud due ?
TallPaulNY
Posts: 716
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Thoughts on....
Wed 16:41
Many thanks.......I have just bought in. GLA here
Maladoni
Posts: 189
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Well .....
Wed 16:39
What would offer price be?
little_earn
Posts: 75
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.25
Well .....
Wed 16:37
I like Wednesdays
But I think I’m going to like Thursdays better
bigbench
Posts: 10,270
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Thoughts on....
Wed 16:36
Most of these companies are priced on assets and potential future earnings.... both look spectacular here... 50p is my very conservative price point for end of this year..could be much higher if storage problem sorted... 38/30 come in like 16... and we make a excellent strategic purchase.... oh and the very real possibility of Major buying us out and taking over before we hit mid tier status.. which at this rate wont be long!!!
liquid1
Posts: 4,989
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: Amati increased 17.33% RNS
Wed 16:32
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liquid1
Posts: 4,989
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
Amati increased 17.33% RNS
Wed 16:29
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TallPaulNY
Posts: 716
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
Thoughts on....
Wed 16:28
What our actual SP should be given income/m assets, cash etc? 50p?
bigboffer
Posts: 3,425
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.65
RE: nice rise into market close..
Wed 16:28
The panic is shorters burning and there is no better smell. Onwards and upwards for tomorrow.
Gizzard
Posts: 1,561
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.50
RE: nice rise into market close..
Wed 16:23
Don't you just love panic.




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