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San Leon Share Chat (SLE)



Share Price: 39.00Bid: 38.25Ask: 39.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 1.96%Open: 39.00High: 39.00Low: 39.00Yesterday’s Close: 39.00


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Callasjunkie
Posts: 245
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:46.75
Eroton output
14 Apr '17
Tracked down this article on Eroton's reported average gross December production:

http://energymixreport.com/aiteo-eroton-newcross-produce-close-200000bopd/

Why is it so difficult for SLE to pass on this information. Fanny is supposed to now be on Eroton's Board......or was that more misleadiing hype?
 
Brotherseven
Posts: 557
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:46.75
RE: Contrary
14 Apr '17
Not surprised at all,let's not forget that Sle is not an oil producer and any deal with Nigeria is complicated .
Callasjunkie
Posts: 245
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Price:46.75
Contrary
13 Apr '17
If you can believe it, Nigeria is about to start paying out what NNPC owes to .....wait for it.....international oil companies. God knows why local companies are left out (unless just bad reporting). Curious that SLE price is tanking in spite of this news!!

http://www.theoilandgasyear.com/news/nigeria-to-start-paying-arrears/
quelfromage1
Posts: 348
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:47.00
RE: Tosca
13 Apr '17
My guess is TF paused to take stock (ho, ho) at the end of the tax year and have now started buying again (we'll soon know). Why the SP was held at 54 to 56p pre-April 6th and has now "been allowed" to fall I do not know.
Brotherseven
Posts: 557
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:47.00
RE: Tosca
13 Apr '17
Thanks MCCO ,wonder who's buying or offloading?
mcco
Posts: 210
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Opinion:Hold
Price:47.00
Tosca
13 Apr '17
Seems that Tosca has got tired of further buying; no purchases in last ten days. Is there a significance if they exceed 60%?
Any news, Mr Fanning? Just an up-date on take over discussions wouldn't go amiss
Brotherseven
Posts: 557
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:47.00
SP
13 Apr '17
Should drop sub 40p sooner or later and allow T to gobble up more as per agenda .
honestsid
Posts: 1,592
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:47.00
RE: Providence
13 Apr '17
Thanks QF. Another NPI deal. I wonder if SLE will still be a public AIM company by the time the expected income from future profits becomes available?

Fascinating story so far, and no doubt one to watch for a long time to come. Private or Public. In my opinion.
quelfromage1
Posts: 348
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:48.00
RE: Providence
13 Apr '17
Re Siekierki
"The Company has sold its 35 per cent. interest in the Poznan assets (largely the Siekierki field) for a consideration of €1 plus a 10 per cent. Net Profit Interest ("NPI") in the Poznan assets. The NPI removes any further cost exposure to San Leon, while providing an interest in any future profits made by Palomar on the Poznan assets."
Brotherseven
Posts: 557
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:48.75
RE: Providence
13 Apr '17
Currently there are no plans for Barryroe,the focus will be on appraisal of Dunquin though at least Cairn are involved.Any sighting of the Chinese?lol




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