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Bowleven – Full Year Results Not Such Good News. Mea Culpa.

AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) released its full year results to June 2022 this morning and the news was not great. TW note, be honest it was piss poor. The cash is running low – noted in a material uncertainty warning regarding Going Concern and progress on the Etinde gas project off Cameroon – its one part-owned asset – has ground to a halt. Things are set to change, but there are plenty of problems.

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Bowleven – All quiet, but I’m still watching carefully, is this a coiled spring?

Since my last update on an old tip of mine, AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN), it has been all quiet. I had hoped the large price rise at the end of January might be met with a statement, but sadly not. The shares have remained strong and sit at 7.5p in the middle – albeit with a spread wide enough for a fleet of disused Airbus A380s to roll though.

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Bowleven – Shares explode to 8p: is a statement due, and should we all bank mega gains?

I commented on good news from AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) on Monday, following news that the joint venture of which it is part had been given permission to apply for a new exploitation agreement regarding the Etinde gas prospect off the coast of Cameroon. The shares were then around 5p (nicely up from 2.17p at the bottom of the Covid-crash last year) but I wondered if they might be a stonking buy (with a few caveats!) Well, blow me down…..

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Bowleven: Etinde good news - a Stonking Buy, maybe

I haven’t commented on AIM-listed Cameroonian gas play Bowleven (BLVN) for some time – the last being back on 27 March last year when I asked are you brave enough to buy in the face of a big sell-off in oil and gas prices as the severity of the Covid crisis started to become apparent. The share price then was 2.17p in the middle and today’s news sees the shares up at 5.3p. I wasn’t brave enough to buy more….but my then existing holding is still there.

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Bowleven – Interim Numbers: are you brave enough to buy?

AIM-listed oil and gas play Bowleven (BLVN) delivered its interim numbers to the end of calendar 2019 this morning. Having updated briefly earlier this month and concluded that it had more cash than its market capitalisation, let’s see how the real numbers compare. And what of the Etinde gas asset off the coast of Cameroon in this crunched oil price environment?

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Bowleven – another AIM Oil/Gas play crunched by the market sell-off: is it a buy?

I am still sitting on my shares in AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) which I picked up during the corporate handbags as the old management was given the boot. For a short while I looked very clever indeed as the shares headed north, allowing me to top-slice and last year a special dividend of 15p per share added to my returns. But things haven’t quite worked out as I had hoped….

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Tip Update: Bowleven takes Etinde write-down and lengthens road to development

AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) issued its annual results to June 2019 on Friday morning and the headlines are not that great. In short, the Etinde asset off the coast of Cameroon has been written down by around a quarter and the path to possible commercialisation has been extended. In other words shareholders are being told they will have to wait longer and will get less than originally hoped for.

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Bowleven – interims, while we wait……

AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN), my buy tip for 2018, has announced its interim results to December 2018. The bad news of that it hasn’t been bought and nor has the Etinde asset off Cameroon - we have a more waiting to do. On the other hand, with a 15p per share special dividend already in the bag, the waiting hasn’t been too painful, even if the shares are down a bit.

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