"As a side note, the half-yearly figures are not audited, but the auditors do have to go through them to make sure we can make statements such as we did. " What does that mean? When auditors "look" at them, will they be correcting grammar or financial correctness?
I am not an expert in financial analysis but I believe a company is as good as it's share price reflects. At the moment our ntog is worth 0.265p. Anything below or above that is not an accurate assessment.
Biffus, you seem to find it easy to digest, would it be possible to type out a few bullet points showing the overall revenue, followed by additional income streams and any deductions below,,,,,,,this should leave a positive net value which will help non accountants and potential new investors?
I would offer but I'm no further forward with the newly discovered £70k that seems to have just appeared despite ntog being 'cash flow positive ' for some time?
Annual accounts via rns don't show a positive end of year value anywhere, that's why I've always struggled with the term
Ct16 coming before we expect according to matt, that.must mean anyday now as most are expecting it early to.mid December
Another 50 to 90bopd net to ntog
25% of ct14 was closed off after water ingress,,,,Ct16 could logically produce at least 25% more :)
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