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|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Cooper Energy Ltd (COE) is an ASX energy share which generates revenue from the discovery, commercialisation and sale of gas to south-east Australia, as well as oil production from the Cooper Basin. The company has a growing portfolio of gas supply contracts with leading Australian energy providers, including Origin Energy and AGL Energy Limited (ASX: AGL).
Cooper Energy shares first listed on the ASX in 2002 and have had a somewhat mixed run on the share market to date, peaking in late 2007 only to crash back down to earth in the wake of the GFC. The Cooper Energy share price has clawed back some of these losses since, earning it a place in the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) in mid-2019.
|21 Sep 2021||$0.23||$0.01||4.44%||1,633,197||$0.23||$0.23||$0.22|
|20 Sep 2021||$0.23||$0.00||0.00%||1,605,596||$0.23||$0.24||$0.22|
|17 Sep 2021||$0.23||$-0.01||-4.26%||1,757,780||$0.24||$0.24||$0.23|
|16 Sep 2021||$0.24||$-0.01||-4.17%||2,514,615||$0.24||$0.25||$0.24|
|15 Sep 2021||$0.24||$0.01||4.26%||1,288,600||$0.24||$0.24||$0.23|
|14 Sep 2021||$0.24||$0.00||0.00%||620,143||$0.24||$0.24||$0.23|
|13 Sep 2021||$0.24||$0.01||4.44%||1,252,638||$0.23||$0.24||$0.23|
|10 Sep 2021||$0.23||$0.00||0.00%||1,080,255||$0.23||$0.23||$0.23|
|09 Sep 2021||$0.23||$-0.01||-4.26%||2,187,726||$0.24||$0.24||$0.23|
|08 Sep 2021||$0.24||$0.00||0.00%||2,127,424||$0.23||$0.24||$0.22|
|07 Sep 2021||$0.23||$0.00||0.00%||1,518,637||$0.24||$0.24||$0.23|
|06 Sep 2021||$0.23||$0.00||0.00%||2,701,517||$0.24||$0.25||$0.23|
|03 Sep 2021||$0.24||$0.02||9.09%||3,070,411||$0.22||$0.24||$0.22|
|02 Sep 2021||$0.22||$0.00||0.00%||2,863,505||$0.23||$0.23||$0.22|
|01 Sep 2021||$0.22||$-0.01||-4.44%||1,649,976||$0.23||$0.23||$0.22|
|31 Aug 2021||$0.23||$0.01||4.55%||4,083,333||$0.23||$0.23||$0.22|
|30 Aug 2021||$0.22||$-0.01||-4.44%||2,655,260||$0.23||$0.23||$0.22|
|27 Aug 2021||$0.23||$0.00||0.00%||8,605,550||$0.22||$0.23||$0.21|
|26 Aug 2021||$0.23||$0.01||4.55%||1,921,512||$0.21||$0.23||$0.21|
|25 Aug 2021||$0.22||$0.01||4.76%||4,774,429||$0.21||$0.22||$0.21|
|24 Aug 2021||$0.21||$0.01||5.00%||16,323,320||$0.20||$0.21||$0.20|
|12 Apr 2021||Victoria (Vicky) Binns||Buy||180||$49,500||
|08 Apr 2021||Timothy Bednall||Buy||20||$5,500||
|26 Feb 2021||Timothy Bednall||Buy||40||$12,992||
On-market trade. Avg price.
|25 Feb 2021||Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Buy||150||$48,000||
|18 Feb 2021||David Maxwell||Buy||155||$49,600||
|15 Dec 2020||David Maxwell||Exercise||2||$895,877||
Conversion of securities. 18,120,755 - performance rights & share appreciation right
|15 Dec 2020||David Maxwell||Cancelled||2||$826,543||
Cancellation of securities. 15,886,853 - share appreciation rights & performance rights
|15 Dec 2020||David Maxwell||Issued||970||$359,166||
Conversion of securities.
|15 Dec 2020||Hector Gordon||Cancelled||647||$239,521||
Cancellation of securities.
|10 Dec 2020||David Maxwell||Issued||5||$2,148,172||
Issue of securities. 20,542,045 - performance rights & share appreciation rights
|Mr John Craig Conde||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Feb 2013||
Mr Conde has experience in business and commerce and in chairing business, arts and sporting organisations. His previous positions include Non-Executive Director of BHP Billiton, Chairman of Pacific Power (the Electricity Commission of NSW), Chairman of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Director of AFC Asian Cup, Chairman of Events NSW, President of the National Heart Foundation and Chairman of the Pymble Ladies College Council. Mr Conde is Chairman of The McGrath Foundation (since 2013 and Director since 2012). He is President of the Commonwealth Remuneration Tribunal (since 2003) and Chairman of Dexus Wholesale Property Limited (since September 2020). Mr Conde is a former Chairman of Bupa Australia (2008-2018). He is also a member of the People Committee.
|Mr Hector Mackenzie Gordon||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2012||
Mr Gordon has over 40 years experience in the petroleum industry, in Australia and southeast Asia. Mr Gordon was previously Managing Director of Somerton Energy. Previously he was an Executive Director with Beach Energy Limited where he served for more than 16 years. Mr Gordon held a number of roles including Exploration Manager, Chief Operating Officer and, ultimately, Chief Executive Officer. He is the Chairman of the Risk and Sustainability Committee.
|Mr David Maxwell||Managing Director||Oct 2011||
Mr Maxwell is a oil and gas industry executive with more than 25 years in executive roles with companies such as BG Group, Woodside Petroleum Limited and Santos Limited. Mr. Maxwell has led marketing and business development projects. Prior, Mr Maxwell worked with the BG Group, where he led its entry into Australia and Asia including a number of acquisitions. Mr Maxwell has served on a number of industry association boards, government advisory groups and public company boards. Mr Maxwell is a Director of wholly owned subsidiaries of Cooper Energy Limited. He is also on the Board of the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (since 2018) and the Minerals and Energy Advisory Council (since 2019). Mr Maxwell is also chairman of the HSEC Committee.
|Mr Jeffrey Warrington Schneider||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2011||
Mr Schneider has over 30 years of experience in management roles in the oil and gas industry, including 24 years with Woodside Petroleum Limited. He has corporate governance and board experience as both a Non-Executive Director and chairman in resources companies. Mr Schneider is Chairman of the People.
|Ms Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2018||
Ms Donaghey brings over 30 years experience in the energy sector including executive roles in EnergyAustralia, Woodside Energy and BHP Petroleum. Ms Donaghey's experience includes Non-Executive Director roles at St Barbara Ltd (a gold explorer and producer) and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. She has performed committee roles serving on audit and compliance, risk and audit, remuneration and health and safety committees. Ms Donaghey is a Non-Executive Director of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) (since 2017). She is also a member of the Risk and Sustainability Committee, the People Committee.
|Ms Giselle Marie Collins||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2021||
Ms Collins has executive and director experience across finance, treasury and property disciplines. Ms Collins is also has experience working with not-for-profit organizations. Her current board experience includes: since 2021 - Non-executive Director & Chairman of Audit and Risk Committee of Peak Resources; since 2019 - Trustee Director of Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust; since 2018 - Non-executive Director & Member of Audit, Risk and Remuneration committees of Generation Life; since 2017 - Non-executive Director & Chairman of Audit and Risk Committee of Hotel Property Investments; and since 2014 - Nominee Director of Indigenous Business Australia of Darwin Hotel. Her past board experience includes: 2016-2019 - Non-executive Director & Chairman of Audit Finance and Risk Committee of Australian Institute of Architects; 2016 - 2017 - Chairman & Chairman of Audit Committee of Aon Superannuation; 2014 - 2017 - Nominee Director of Indigenous Business Australia of Minjerribah Camping; 2009 - 2013 -Chairman & Non-executive Director of Travelodge Hotel Group; 2003 - 2011 - Honorary Chairman & Chairman of Audit Committee of The Heart Research Institute. Her executives experience includes - 2008 - 2012 - General Manager Property, Treasury and Tourism of NRMA; 2003 - 2006 - Chief Executive Officer, Property & General Manager Finance of The Hannan Group; and 2000 - 2002 - Senior Manager, Audit Services of KPMG Switzerland.
|Ms Victoria (Vicky) Jane Binns||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Ms Binns has over 35 years experience in the resources and finance services sectors including more than 10 years in executive leadership roles at BHP and 15 years in finance services with Merrill Lynch Australia and Macquarie Equities. During her career at BHP, Ms Binns roles had include Vice President Minerals Marketing, leadership positions in the metals and coal marketing business, Vice President of Market Analysis and Economics and was a Member of the first BHP Global Inclusion and Diversity Council. Prior, Ms Binns held a number of board and management roles at Merrill Lynch Australia including Managing Director and Head of Australian Research, Head of Mining, Metals and Steel, and Head of Australian Mining Research. She was also co-founder and Chair of Women in Mining and Resources Singapore. Ms Binns is a member of the People and the Risk and Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Timothy Gordon Bednall||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Mr Bednall is a law firm manager. He is a partner of King & Wood Mallesons (KWM), where he specialises in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and corporate governance, representing public company and government clients. Mr Bednall has had advise clients in the oil and gas and energy sectors throughout his career. Mr Bednall was the Chairman of the Australian partnership of KWM from January 2010 to December 2012, during which time the merger of King & Wood and Mallesons Stephen Jaques was negotiated and implemented. He was also Managing Partner of M&A and Tax for KWM Australia from 2013 to 2014, and Managing Partner of KWM Europe and Middle East from 2016 to 2017. He was General Counsel of Southcorp Limited from 2000 to 2001. Mr Bednall is a board Member of the National Portrait Gallery Foundation (since 2018). Mr Bednall is a member of the People and the Risk & Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Amelia Jalleh||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel||Aug 2019||
|Virginia Suttell||Chief Financial Officer||
|Amelia Jalleh||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel||
|Eddy Glavas||General Manager Commercial and Business Development||
|Andrew Thomas||General Manager Exploration and Subsurface||
|Iain MacDougall||General Manager HSEC and Technical Services||
|Michael Jacobsen||General Manager Projects and Operations||
|JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||416,754,565||25.62%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||333,848,899||20.52%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||191,667,208||11.78%|
|National Nominees Limited||78,742,122||4.84%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C>||51,477,224||3.16%|
|CS Third Nominees Pty Ltd <HSBC Cust Nom AU Ltd 13 A/C>||33,350,246||2.05%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <DRP>||27,779,054||1.71%|
|UBS Nominees Pty Ltd||22,300,942||1.37%|
|INVIA Custodian Pty Limited <David Peter MaxwelL A/C>||14,099,180||0.87%|
|KAVEL Pty Ltd <Kleemann Family A/C>||12,021,476||0.74%|
|Mirrabooka Investments Limited||11,840,098||0.73%|
|CPU Share Plans Pty Ltd <COE EIV Control A/C>||11,229,804||0.69%|
|Mr Leendert Hoeksema + Mrs Aaltje Hoeksema||8,400,000||0.52%|
|LEVAK Nominees Pty Ltd||6,869,015||0.42%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C>||5,942,019||0.37%|
|Mr Timothy Bryce Kleemann||5,647,682||0.35%|
|Hooks Enterprises Pty Ltd <Hoeksema Superfund A/C>||5,380,000||0.33%|
|Farjoy Pty Ltd||4,350,000||0.27%|
|AMP Life Limited||4,280,022||0.26%|
|Bond Street Custodians Limited <Willim - V01303 A/C>||3,400,000||0.21%|
No. Cooper Energy has a current policy of not paying dividends. Due to the company’s size, stage of development and growth aspirations, Cooper Energy’s Directors have advised they believe it prudent to retain cash within the business to fund new ventures. This strategy is based on the premise that, in its current circumstances, greater returns for shareholders can be delivered through share price appreciation than dividend payments.
No. Given that Cooper Energy does not currently pay dividends, the company does not operate a dividend reinvestment plan.