David (Dave) Bramhill of Union Jack Oil (UJO) put an interview into the public domain yesterday. While I am not a shareholder currently, I was most impressed. It is worthy of noting any CEO / Exec Chairman who acts with apparent and demonstrable honesty and openness and I wish many more would do so. He did not duck hard questions – far from it. I should say Tom disagrees with me viiolently and explains why HERE.
Union Jack Oil (UJO), has be one of the most frustrating share listed on AIM as it holds so much potential within its UK onshore oil and gas asset base. But with any microscale oiler looking to establish a profitable future you have to have to believe in what it is doing, and the shenanigans over this latest placing is the final straw for me. The risk reward balance has now tipped the wrong way and I have lost the faith.
Having had an involvement in UK onshore drilling decades ago, I follow the sector with interest, and just occasionally my cash. For some time now Union Jack Oil (UJO) has seen me invest and cross my fingers. West Newton has really interested me. Today’s news on the WN-B1Z drill results is a further very positive result, for what could be an exceptional find.