San Leon Energy PLC --- Schiefergas in Polen und mehr (Seite 9)

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28.02.19 21:33:50
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.465.973 von texas2 am 18.12.18 21:40:02Positiv:

Sollte eine gute Bohrung sein…

Und sle will 50 mio Aktie a 46 Pence vom markt aufkaufen…
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01.03.19 09:33:13
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.990.596 von texas2 am 28.02.19 21:33:50hmmm
bis 19 März kann mann noch nachdenken, ob man hier einen Schlusstrich ziehen will...
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08.04.20 07:29:40
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.993.818 von keyar am 01.03.19 09:33:13Diese Versagerölfirma mit dem Versager Fanning (siehe Polen etc.) und nachdem bei SLE offensichtlich die kurze Leine von Rottweiler Hughes vom Tosca Fund Wirkung zeigt, bekommt SLE jetzt tatsächlich Geld aus einem der korruptesten Länder, Nigeria, Geld überwiesen.

7 April 2020

San Leon Energy plc

("San Leon" or the "Company")

Cash Receipt of US$40 Million

San Leon, the independent oil and gas production, development and exploration company focussed on Nigeria, is pleased to announce that it has received a Loan Notes payment of US$40 million.

The Company also announces that it has entered into an agreement dated 6 April 2020 amending the Loan Notes Instrument (the "Amendment") between San Leon and Midwestern Leon Petroleum Limited ("MLPL"). Under the terms of the Amendment, the remaining balance payable is approximately US$82 million. A further US$10 million will be paid to the Company on or before 6 October 2020, with the balance of the Loan Notes receivable payable in three quarterly instalments, commencing July 2021 and completing by December 2021.

The balance will continue to accrue interest at a coupon of 17% per annum until repaid. All other material terms of the Loan Notes Instrument remain unchanged.

The Company has received just over US$190 million from Loan Notes payments to date, and has a cash balance at 7 April 2020 of approximately US$74 million with no debt.

Midwestern Oil & Gas Company Limited ("Midwestern") remains as the guarantor of the loan notes. Midwestern is a related party of the Company for the purposes of the AIM Rules by virtue of its shareholding of 13.18% of the existing Ordinary Shares. The Amendment is therefore a related party transaction under the AIM Rules. The Directors consider, having consulted with the Company's nominated adviser, Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, that the terms of the Amendment are fair and reasonable insofar as the Company's shareholders are concerned.

Oisin Fanning, Chief Executive Officer, commented:

"The Company is in a very strong position armed with such significant cash. We believe that this is a situation that will continue. San Leon has around US$100 million of additional Loan Notes and interest receipts expected by the end of next year, as well as income from the provision of our technical services to Eroton as operator of OML 18. In addition, the Company expects to receive dividends from its indirect shareholding in Eroton in due course. I look forward with confidence to updating shareholders on the Company's growth and progress."
San Leon Energy | 0,213 €
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08.04.20 23:16:09
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.270.589 von texas2 am 08.04.20 07:29:40... und hier noch das Fanning Interview zu der Firmenveröffentlichung…
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20.04.20 11:01:31
SLE hatte ich schon ganz vergessen,
nachdem die damals Kohle in die Türkei :mad: geschickt hatten,
zum Glück nichts gekauft.
Mit anderen Explorern genug verblödelt.
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07.05.20 18:07:57
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.382.679 von borazon am 20.04.20 11:01:31…
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14.05.20 20:03:03
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.597.675 von texas2 am 07.05.20 18:07:57San Leon Energy boss buys over £20m in shares

Hefty director purchases are often used by companies as a beacon of confidence in the business, telling potential investors there is belief somewhere in the company. San Leon Energy (SLE) boss Oisin Fanning did much more than that this week. Mr Fanning upped his stake in the oil producer from 1.8 per cent to 24 per cent, at a price of £20.6m.

He bought the 98m shares at 21p from San Leon’s biggest investor Toscafund Asset Management, which now holds just over 50 per cent of the company. A company spokesman said "others helped" with the purchase but no related parties were involved in financing the deal.

The sale took place on 7 May, which was also the ex-dividend date for a special payout for shareholders announced in late April. Mr Fanning said the 6p special dividend was coming because “visibility of future cash flow is strong”, including from debtor payments, services contracts and income from the OML 18 oil and gas asset, in which San Leon has a 10.6 per cent stake. Mr Fanning’s share of the special dividend would have been close to £6m.

A new pipeline is currently being built at OML 18, and a company spokesperson said this would “immediately” increase revenues by 30-40 per cent.

The debtor payments are linked to OML 18, and San Leon received $40m (£32.5m) in April from Midwestern Leon Oil and Gas, which is also its third-largest shareholder. Another $60m is expected by the end of the year.

This context makes the special dividend more understandable at a time of weak oil and gas prices. San Leon also has no debt and as of last month a cash balance of $74m.

Before the deal, San Leon had fallen to a multi-year low of 11p. The shares kicked up again before the £20.6m purchase, however, and the company is now trading at 25p.

A spokesperson said Mr Fanning had made the investment because he believes “in the company’s distribution policy”, and with $110-$120m coming into the company in the next 15 months, 50 per cent of this would be paid out to shareholders
San Leon Energy | 0,258 €
16.09.20 16:23:52
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.993.818 von keyar am 01.03.19 09:33:13die Aktie hatte ich auch mal. Soweit ich mich erinnere gab es ein Projekt in Polen, hatte mir mal welche ins Depot gelegt, die Aktie hatte einen anderen Namen damals. Später erfolgte ein R/S. Vor zwei Jahren den Restbestand verkauft, zwei Tankfüllungen sind nützlich :laugh: Nur meine Meinung. Investierten viel Erfolg.
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