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San Leon Share Price (SLE)



Share Price Information for San Leon (SLE)


Share Price: 2.36Bid: 2.36Ask: 2.40Change: -0.24 (-9.23%)Faller - San Leon
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 1.69%Open: 2.50High: 2.52Low: 2.33Yesterday’s Close: 2.60
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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




Intraday San Leon Share Chart




Share Price SpacerPrice
2.36

Share Price SpacerBid
2.36

Share Price SpacerAsk
2.40

Share Price SpacerChange
-9.23%-0.24

Share Price SpacerVolume
4,079,373

Share Price SpacerOpen
2.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
2.52

Share Price SpacerLow
2.33

Share Price SpacerClose
2.60

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month San Leon Share Graph




Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX IE 2,531.76m £59.75m 75,000

52 Week High 6.20 52 Week High Date 23-SEP-2013
52 Week Low 1.85 52 Week Low Date 16-JUN-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
74 1,846,963 1,981,592 -4.027 -0.59 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

18-Sep-14
14:12:24
2.3549
75,000
Sell* 
2.36
2.40
1,766
Trade Type:
Ordinary

18-Sep-14
13:45:32
2.36
11,024
Sell* 
2.36
2.40
260.17
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

18-Sep-14
13:34:27
2.362
7,500
Sell* 
2.36
2.40
177.15
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 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 14:13
G1lo
bnk
2.36
No Opinion

And what did they use? I don t think it has been disclosed if sand or ceramics was used?
Today 14:11
G1lo
bnk
2.36
No Opinion

Anybody knows who fracked making a bit of a mess of it for bnk? I don t think Uos did it? Was it inhouse or other local contractor? Still the 2 successful ones gave pretty good flow rate. Promising.
Today 13:46
Turkeyburger
What Next?
2.40
No Opinion

So are we now waiting to see what BNK do or Barryroe? I noticed that a 'farm in' is expected to be announced soon? It's the first I had heard of it
Today 11:30
Speculat0r
Limited read-across
2.40
No Opinion

http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/72339/san-leon-energy-keeps-the-faith-with-polish-shale-72339.html Wesyhouse Securities: "We suggest that there is limited technical read-across from the disappointing 3Legs well to SLE’s Gdansk West concession and that a farm-out deal should soon be announced, as potential partners have been most concerned about the enactment of new shale tax legislation''
Today 10:54
mallorca
Postmortem
2.42
No Opinion

We can learn only a limited amount from 3Legs horizontal well. As SLE pointed out the liquid to gas ratio is 10 times ours so our fracing design can remain as it is. Of more significance is the reason why the gas flow was so low. Did the fracs close because sand was used as a proppant, or did the oil clog up the sand in the fracs. Would be interested to know technical speculation in the outcome had ceramic been used. . . . . I do not see any reason for us not to go ahead and drill Lewino 2H, otherwise it gets put on ice along with our other failed projects while the bod keep sucking away at our money in the bank until it's all gone. . We have enough cash to drill this well at present and that's what we should do.
Today 10:41
G1lo
bnk
2.42
No Opinion

If correct and confirmed by the company during their réservoir analysis next month, multiply this figure by 15. Now would that be commercial? Of course it would. Below, post from stockhouse bb : September 17, 2014 - 12:50 PM 89 Reads Post# 22944566 Rate this post 3.5 stars v RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Caney Wells? You are not making sense. Your previous post was incorrectly interpreted too. If the fracking was ineptly done and they still got 400,000 mcfpd in just 2 sections of the lateral, the well itself must be a whoppper if done expertly. Is that your point ? This would be very consistent with the companys optimism as to well production when the full reservoir reports in October. Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/t.bkx/bnk-petroleum-inc#uLyA7YiKef5PJe3R.99

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