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Canadian Overseas Petroleum relinquishes most of its stake in the OPL226 licence, yet its share price more than doubles - avoid as reality hits home

It shows just how crazy the markets are currently when a small oil company can announce that it has just lost ownership of most of its asset that has the potential to produce oil, yet its share price rockets by more than 100%! I am of course talking about consistent AIM failure, Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL), and its OPL226 licence in Nigeria which has apparently been on the verge of reaching production for several years now, and was due to have an appraisal well drilled later this year, but that was before the emergence of Covid-19 and I’d be surprised if that goes ahead as planned. Even more so following the latest news...


Canadian Overseas Petroleum – Placing or bust? (bust please – this company is pointless)

Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL) has the honour of being in my crap quartet of utterly worthless and pointless oil and gas companies. I commented in June on this piece of shit noting the company had declared a need for unrealistically substantial funding via equity placings over the following 12 months. It’s now out of cash, again. Why bother with a placing to keep the lights on?  

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