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Share Price: 53.00Bid: 53.00Ask: 55.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 3.77%Open: 48.00High: 58.00Low: 29.125Yesterday’s Close: 53.00


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Infapound
Posts: 470
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Opinion:Hold
Price:29.125
Moving along well :)
Mon 21:22
All those who said we would not be back on the AIM are now proved wrong!

Re-admission soon and then we'll see. I'm here for the long term and not be because I've lost heavily.

GLA genuine holders
 
SloppyJoe.
Posts: 16
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
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RE: RNS
Mon 17:54
Is that a Joke? Bare bones RNS, telling us nothing.

11th August: "The Company anticipates full details of the Transaction together with publication of an AIM admission document will be published shortly."

22nd August: "The Company is in the final stages of obtaining all necessary regulatory approvals before publishing an AIM Admission Document which will contain full details of the Transaction. "

Shortly - Relative to plate tectonic movement perhaps
GoldD
Posts: 883
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
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RE: RNS
Mon 17:29
Great news, not long now and all will be revealed in the readmission document. Bubbly on ice.....
redeyemines
Posts: 266
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
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RNS
Mon 17:15
22 August 2016

San Leon Energy plc

("San Leon" or the "Company")

Project status update - Acquisition of indirect interest in OML 18

Further to the announcement on 11 August 2016, the Company announces that it continues to progress with the acquisition of an indirect interest in OML 18, a producing onshore Oil field located in the Southern Niger Delta (the "Transaction"). The Company is in the final stages of obtaining all necessary regulatory approvals before publishing an AIM Admission Document which will contain full details of the Transaction. The Company's shares will remain suspended, pending publication of the Admission Document, at which point the Company will seek the restoration of its shares to trading on AIM.

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BlackSwan
Posts: 354
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:29.125
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Nigeria NLNG still exporting
21 Aug '16
honestsid
Posts: 1,042
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
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Good News
21 Aug '16
honestsid
Posts: 1,042
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
NigeriaƆs oil production at 30 year
19 Aug '16
Strange how I was put down a few weeks ago for suggesting that the NDA would have a major effect on Nigeria's economy. Looks like, yet again, I predicted that one 100% correctly, despite team rampit up (many who seem to have "retired" since lol), trying to bully me off the board.

In a report released yesterday, the agency said the Niger Delta Avengers’ (NDA) attacks resulted in immediate and severe disruptions in crude oil production, as some of them targeted key oil-gathering and export infrastructure.

Read more at http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/news/business/us-nigeria-s-oil-production-at-30-year-low/159483.html#YGHOulwgFRZRplH7.99
honestsid
Posts: 1,042
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Price:29.125
Nigerian Oil Output Falls
19 Aug '16
Not a forward looking statement. but REAL FACTS from Nigeria

The minister said that output had been reduced by approximately 700,000 barrels per day. The Qua Iboe, Bonny Light, Brass River and Forcados oil streams are all under force majeure for the time being.

http://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Nigerian-Oil-Output-Falls-To-156-Mbpd-4-Blends-Remain-Under-Force-Majeure.html
honestsid
Posts: 1,042
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Price:29.125
RE: Nigeria NLNG still exporting
19 Aug '16
Blackswan, I am not sure why you think the Bonny Terminal is immune from the effects of attack. It was closed for two months recently.

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/07/shell-resumes-export-bonny-light-crude-oil/

Oil production is down so much in Nigeria that even established producers are currently getting no income. A fact straight from a friend in the City.
honestsid
Posts: 1,042
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.125
RE: anyone
19 Aug '16
Tim, I suppose when someone gets their wages paid in shares then they would be rather desperate to discredit anyone who may point out that it's difficult to pay the bills with such shares sometime, as often such shares are in fact worthless and that's why "one" was paid in shares in the first place, because the company had no cash.

Never mind, it will be Christmas soon.




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