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Share Price Information for San Leon (SLE)


Share Price: 2.225Bid: 2.20Ask: 2.25Change: -0.055 (-2.41%)Faller - San Leon
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 2.27%Open: 2.25High: 2.25Low: 2.16Yesterday’s Close: 2.28

San Leon Energy Plc Ord Eur0.05

San Leon is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
San Leon is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
2.225

Share Price SpacerBid
2.20

Share Price SpacerAsk
2.25

Share Price SpacerChange
-2.41%-0.055

Share Price SpacerVolume
1,667,442

Share Price SpacerOpen
2.25

Share Price SpacerHigh
2.25

Share Price SpacerLow
2.16

Share Price SpacerClose
2.28

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX IE 2,531.76m £56.33m 75,000

52 Week High 4.75 52 Week High Date 31-JAN-2014
52 Week Low 1.85 52 Week Low Date 16-JUN-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
45 528,488 1,138,954 -3.797 -0.59 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

30-Sep-14
17:07:40
2.225
310,000
 
2.20
2.25
6,898
Trade Type:
Ordinary

30-Sep-14
17:05:55
2.2080
75,668
Sell* 
2.20
2.25
1,671
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

30-Sep-14
16:36:55
2.2270
79,244
Buy* 
2.20
2.25
1,765
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply


*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 San Leon (SLE)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
08-May-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for San Leon Energy
Paul Sullivan held the position of Managing Director at San Leon Energy at the time of this trade.
 Paul Sullivan
2.69GBX1,000,00060840000
17-Jul-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for San Leon Energy
John Buggenhagen held the position of Director of Explorations at San Leon Energy at the time of this trade.
 John Buggenhagen
10.75GBX750,0001250000
10-Jul-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for San Leon Energy
John Buggenhagen held the position of Director of Explorations at San Leon Energy at the time of this trade.
 John Buggenhagen
9.93GBX500,000500000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 22:37
Penrod71
RE: Penrod71
2.23
No Opinion

Thanks for the cut and paste on the Polish Govs take on shale, which looks poor. If the Co. said they had a commercial find I'd believe it when the cash came my way.
Today 22:24
mallorca
Future for gas
2.23
No Opinion

At the present time the US has a surplus of gas which they are looking to export. Unfortunately the cost of converting to LNG is high. The plant ( or trains as they call them) run into the $billions. There's also the problem of such a low gas price in the States. Most producers are making huge losses at these prices. Once the surplus is used up the price will rise. This coupled with the transportation costs will maintain a relatively high price in Europe. It will never be able to compete in price with gas produced a few miles away and fed into a pipeline. Most US gas will probably head west to Asia where prices are much higher. It will take time for Poland to get on top of this shale gas extraction. It's taken the US a couple of decades, but in the end they got it sussed. And Poland will too. The geology can't be that different in that theirs works and ours never will! As regards Polish plans to increase coal usage, the EU may have something to say about that, in fact they have already warned Poland about their CO2 pollution. They have to reduce it. Without carbon capture coal is a no no. And carbon capture is expensive and not very effective. It boils down to the reality that cheap power is a thing of the past. Nuclear, solar, wind, wave etc are very expensive and although very environmentally friendly, can we afford to pay that price. Gas is the best compromise and will be for the next few decades. Incidentally the US has accidentally halved its carbon emissions purely by moving from coal to gas. ( they didn't mean to ). Next year will probably see the first production shale gas well in Poland, and it could well be San Leon who do it.
Today 21:23
Searcher
Penrod71
2.23
No Opinion

if SLE came out and said they had a commercial find you would still manage to find a negitive in it lol
Today 20:27
Penrod71
RE: Test extractions of shale gas p..
2.23
No Opinion

Imported gas, new CPUs, using own coal and now a new Nuc. Well there's a plan. That difficult shale gas needs the cod geo on the case, he'd have it out in a crack by the sound of him. 90 days to production and all that. "the most important question is whether the mining technology and the associated costs justify the exploitation of wells on an industrial level,” Well well (no pun intended), that doesn't sound too optimistic to me.
Today 18:53
Searcher
Test extractions of shale gas plann
2.23
No Opinion

Poland's minister of the environment has revealed that test extractions of shale gas are in the pipeline over the coming months. Photo: Glowimages “We have information that some investors aim to carry out the tests this year,” Maciej Grabowski said. “It will be the first such undertaking in Poland,” he added. "We know that shale gas is there, but the most important question is whether the mining technology and the associated costs justify the exploitation of wells on an industrial level,” he concluded. America's Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimated that Poland could have the biggest shale deposits in Europe (5 trillion cubic metres), but more recent estimates by Poland's State Geological Institute have been lower, at 345.7 billion cubic metres. Lack of clarity in laws governing the search for and extraction of shale gas contributed to some international investors, including Marathon Oil and Exxon Mobil, to pull out of their shale programmes in Poland. However, earlier this year the government championed six-year tax breaks to companies involved in the programme, approving draft legislation on the matter in April. Poland is currently engaged in a wide-ranging bid to broaden its energy portfolio. Besides shale and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) programmes, the government is also planning for the first part of a nuclear power station to be up and running within a decade. (nh) - See more at: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/182875,Test-extractions-of-shale-gas-planned#sthash.la1ovyiU.dpuf http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/182875,Test-extractions-of-shale-gas-planned
Today 18:52
Searcher
RE: Still no luck here then...
2.23
No Opinion

mike30..... "Sell half and trade the c*ap out of it before there is nothing left. Try and get your cash back" pmsl.... yes what ever,..... thanks for the advice... NOT..... is that maybe because you are trading and want to buy in cheaper ........

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