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Ruspetro Share Price (RPO)



Share Price Information for Ruspetro (RPO)


Share Price: 12.50Bid: 11.50Ask: 12.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Ruspetro
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 4.35%Open: 13.00High: 13.00Low: 11.75Yesterday’s Close: 12.50

Ruspetro Plc Ord 10P

Ruspetro is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector




Intraday Ruspetro Share Chart




Share Price SpacerPrice
12.50

Share Price SpacerBid
11.50

Share Price SpacerAsk
12.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
1,122,090

Share Price SpacerOpen
13.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
13.00

Share Price SpacerLow
11.75

Share Price SpacerClose
12.50

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Ruspetro Share Graph




Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 333.38m £41.67m 15,000

52 Week High 48.50 52 Week High Date 30-SEP-2013
52 Week Low 11.75 52 Week Low Date 29-AUG-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
62 369,047 753,043 -0.937 -13.34 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

29-Aug-14
16:35:29
12.50
200,000
Buy* 
11.50
12.50
25.00k
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade

29-Aug-14
16:28:34
11.9079
4,000
Buy* 
11.50
12.00
476.32
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion

29-Aug-14
16:26:45
12.00
1,239
Buy* 
11.50
12.00
148.68
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Ruspetro (RPO)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
31-Dec-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Ruspetro
Thomas Alan Reed held the position of Non-Executive Director at Ruspetro at the time of this trade.
 Thomas Alan Reed
003271440
31-Dec-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Ruspetro
Robert Jenkins held the position of Senior Independent Non-Executive Director at Ruspetro at the time of this trade.
 Robert Jenkins
00100000
31-Dec-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Ruspetro
Kirill Androsov held the position of Non-Executive Director at Ruspetro at the time of this trade.
 Kirill Androsov
0090150000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Fri 18:13
BuckWheat99
RE: rns
12.50
No Opinion

eyesblue, let me be a little more direct, regarding my skepticism regarding the D&M "reserves" classification ... by presenting a "general" question or notion: in the full picture, in every PROPER reserves audit, in order to meet the "reserves" classification requirement [per "western' standards], RPO must present a comprehensive FDP --- a Field Development Plan for all of their "reserves". in short, an FDP would include ALL CAPEX and OPEX vs TIME necessary to fully develop and produce these "reserves" ... for the LIFE of the field/licence/reserves. i suspect that it might surprise at least a few people to know how large this CAPEX/OPEX would be under the hoped-for h-drilling fraccing development/production scenario. i do not know whether RPO has ever made an FDP public [i would be surprised], or, whether they have discussed it in general within any of their other public announcements, but, most certainly, it would have been presented/discussed with D&M. this FDP is critical for proper estimation of reserves. even if one does have the exact OPEX and CAPEX numbers, one, who has some reasonable experience in this part of the world, can make a reasonable estimate of the FDP if you can estimate the drilling/completion, facilities, production and operational costs. the big unknowns, in the RPO case, would be: recoverable volumes, rates of recovery and price of product ... and these are the very unknowns which are being INVESTIGATED with this experimental h-drilling technology and fraccing completion technology. these critical unknowns, simply stated, are NOT known in the RPO reality. without a GOOD handle --- an historical production profile ... such as, at a minimum, 3-6 months of production from these experimental h-wells --- i do not know how "reserves", in this case, at this point, can be assigned. maybe i am missing something ... but, i need it to be demonstrated to me and to be persuaded. again, very much, i wish RPO the best of success [for reasons stated] but i need to be convinced that the risk associated with this company are acceptable [to me].
Fri 18:01
eyesblue
RE: eyesblue
12.50
No Opinion

cool theres about 5 of us left then lol gla i have every faith !!! off to the pub now for my pint of creme de menthe
Fri 17:35
BuckWheat99
RE: rns
12.50
No Opinion

eyesblue, as i emphasize in my writings on this bb, i am only stating my opinion. i know no more specifics, regarding RPO, than what i read in the press releases ... and, additionally, what i read "between the lines" based on my 10+years working/living in russia working with several russian-anglo-owned LSE-traded companies. i do not KNOW, in actual fact, what it going on here; it is only my opinion. however, i have seen so much "funny business" with "reserves" assessments in these types of companies ... that i remain VERY skeptical ... and am looking to be convinced otherwise ... while remaining objective in my evaluation. my supporting argument for being skeptical, again, is that RPO was not able to demonstrate an efficient production strategy with their original conventional vertical drilling/completion with waterflood. now, we are seeing that their 3D seismic is NOT able to predict fully the reservoir "sweet spots" necessary for optimum h-drilling and fraccing exploitation. maybe this is a 1-well problem, maybe it's a problem with an area of poor seismic quality ... maybe it is something else ... but the numbers, as we have them, do send us a message. burn me once ... [you know the rest] in the meantime, very much, i applaud RPO for their willingness to investigate the application of leading [bleeding] edge technology ... not only because of what it can do for them[us, the investors], but, also, most likely, for great swaths of western siberia which has similar geologic "potential". i wish them success, but, in this role, they are exposed to a high level of risk. [the "pioneers" get the arrows!]
Fri 17:18
BuckWheat99
RE: rns
12.50
No Opinion

eyesblue, yes, on paper, the "reserves" did increase [marginally], but, at least, they did increase. nonetheless, based only on my observations of the past 1-2 year history of this company, particularly the results from the conventional drilling program [by which they blew through $200+MM] i cannot see fully how these oil-in-the-ground volumes can be classified as "reserves". to me these seem to be in line more accurately/properly with SEC-defined "resources". yes, perhaps, they can become reserves --- in more than just the "paper" report from D&M --- but much of that will rely on SUCCESSFUL application of EXPERIMENTAL h-technology and fraccing. yes, perhaps, we are seeming some success ... but, to my mind, i am far from convinced that, so far, this has been successful sufficiently ... in order to justify the "reserves" classification. yes, it is EARLY, and the money is not yet all gone ... and i wish them the best of luck! hmmm...
Fri 17:11
eyesblue
RE: rns
12.50
No Opinion

youve missed that their reserves have been externally verified within the rns and have been increased hardle a guess
Fri 17:07
BuckWheat99
RE: rns
12.50
No Opinion

BigBear: the phrase "lower end of expectations..." as used in the RPO news release, on the face of it, tells me that RPO continues to GUESS with their seismic interpretation. in other words, their seismic is NOT good enough to be able to predict the reservoir measurements. so, they cannot "see" areas of good reservoir vs areas of bad reservoir. hmmm ... now, how is this supposed to lead to a happy ending ... unless, at a minimum, they have a whole lot of luck ... and, then, some more?! certainly, this does not condemn the stock, but, this is not good ... in view of all the other technical risk associated with this experimental h-technology and fraccing. [an these comments of mine do not even factor in all of the admin, political and economic risk.] hmmm... i need to ponder this ... a whole lot more.

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