Good call on a few quid invested in Chariot, I know oilers are not necessarily your bag but that's the oiler that made a life changing amount for me in 2010. Invested large at 17p and exited north of £2 (Even though she carried on to £3.26). Can't go wrong IMO and should see an interesting next 3 years. The only acreage you missed was their C19 block in Mauritania, again a proven acreage with 6 discoveries thus far including Dana and with Tullow over 100 days into a drill next door any positive result from them should see an appreciation in Chariots sp IMO ... Compare a similar Namibia oiler TRP, they are about to drill in Namibia and their MCap is over £100M with Chariots MCap around £36M ( also larger acreage in Namibia and geographically more diverse ) along with their Brazillian, Mauritanian and Moroccan acreage it's definaty one for the LONG term pile. If I can replicate even half the success I had previously there I will be a happy man indeed.
Here's a link to a good info site for anything Chariot / Namibia etc for your favourites ....
The share plan allows us employees to purchase upto a maximum of £40 per month in Aviva shares and every month the company gives us £80 worth of shares for every £40 we buy. Not a bad little incentive I'm sure you will agree !
They also let us purchase shares each month at a discounted rate (This years price was £3.11 - also proving a decent investment) a very good company to work for and that's the reason I have worked for them nearly two decades ... Wow that makes me feel old :(
The Company (AIM: MOG) was informed on 16 January 2013 that Peter Jackson, Non Executive Director, has on 16 January 2013 purchased on-market 240,000 ordinary shares of the Company of 0.01 pence at a price of 12.25 pence per share for a total consideration of £29,400. These shares were acquired in the name of Alliance Trust Nominees, as the registered holder, on behalf of Mr Jackson.
Following the purchases of the shares, the total number of shares in the Company held by Mr Jackson is 240,000, representing 0.06% of the total issued share capital.
MediterraneanOil&Gas MOG refutes all Leni Gas & Oil claims RNS Number : 8097U Mediterranean Oil & Gas Plc 03 January 2013
﻿ 3rd January, 2013
Mediterranean Oil & Gas Plc ("the Company", or "MOG")
Mediterranean Oil & Gas refutes all Leni Gas & Oil claims
The Board of MOG notes the announcement released by Leni Gas and Oil plc ("LGO") on 3 January 2013 concerning their issuing of proceedings in regard to the purchase by Phoenicia Energy Company Limited ("PECL"), a 100% owned subsidiary of MOG, of Leni Gas and Oil Investments Limited's ("LGOI") 10% interest held in the Malta Offshore Area 4 PSC.
MOG continues to refute the various claims which have been made by LGO. MOG has addressed these allegations in lengthy and detailed correspondence over a period of four months. The allegations made are unfounded and the Company will defend itself and the interests of its shareholders rigorously and will seek indemnity costs against LGO.
The Genel Energy Plc transaction announced by MOG on 21 December 2012 and the proposed Malta work programme, which includes drilling contracts being signed for commencement of drilling in Q4 2013, are unaffected by this dispute.