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An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Strike is operator across all 3,000 square kilometers of its Perth Basin acreage and has grown its net gas reserve and resource position to become the largest in the basin at 980 PJ. It is also on the cusp of first production from its Walyering gas field, under development. Walyering's intended 33 terajoules/d of gross production will generate material cash flows albeit to short five years life. The cash will regardless be useful for the undertaking additional projects with Strike targeting up to four gas fields being online by the end of 2025. In addition to Walyering, these include South Erregulla, West Erregulla and Ocean Hill. The more ambitious Project Haber, Strike's proposed multibillion dollar 1.4 million metric tons per year urea manufacturing facility, is now on the backburner.
|05 Dec 2023||$0.37||$-0.02||-5.26%||20,642,275||$0.39||$0.39||$0.36|
|04 Dec 2023||$0.38||$-0.04||-9.52%||15,606,496||$0.42||$0.42||$0.38|
|01 Dec 2023||$0.42||$0.02||4.94%||10,265,790||$0.40||$0.43||$0.40|
|30 Nov 2023||$0.41||$0.00||0.00%||15,437,932||$0.40||$0.41||$0.40|
|29 Nov 2023||$0.41||$0.00||0.00%||9,516,499||$0.41||$0.42||$0.40|
|28 Nov 2023||$0.41||$0.01||2.50%||4,951,752||$0.40||$0.42||$0.40|
|27 Nov 2023||$0.40||$-0.02||-4.82%||3,180,679||$0.41||$0.42||$0.40|
|24 Nov 2023||$0.42||$0.02||5.00%||3,540,319||$0.41||$0.42||$0.40|
|23 Nov 2023||$0.40||$0.02||5.19%||3,712,912||$0.39||$0.41||$0.38|
|22 Nov 2023||$0.39||$-0.01||-2.56%||1,797,494||$0.39||$0.40||$0.38|
|21 Nov 2023||$0.39||$0.01||2.60%||3,688,883||$0.39||$0.40||$0.39|
|20 Nov 2023||$0.39||$0.01||2.63%||2,825,537||$0.39||$0.39||$0.39|
|17 Nov 2023||$0.38||$0.00||0.00%||4,383,152||$0.39||$0.39||$0.38|
|16 Nov 2023||$0.38||$-0.02||-5.06%||3,206,045||$0.40||$0.40||$0.38|
|15 Nov 2023||$0.40||$0.00||0.00%||4,233,344||$0.40||$0.40||$0.39|
|14 Nov 2023||$0.40||$0.02||5.26%||5,047,814||$0.38||$0.40||$0.38|
|13 Nov 2023||$0.38||$0.00||0.00%||1,792,715||$0.38||$0.39||$0.38|
|10 Nov 2023||$0.38||$0.00||0.00%||2,014,543||$0.38||$0.38||$0.37|
|09 Nov 2023||$0.38||$-0.02||-5.06%||2,437,211||$0.40||$0.40||$0.38|
|08 Nov 2023||$0.40||$0.00||0.00%||4,291,937||$0.39||$0.40||$0.38|
|07 Nov 2023||$0.40||$0.00||0.00%||2,110,279||$0.40||$0.40||$0.39|
|23 Nov 2023||Stuart Nicholls||Issued||2,201,313||$880,525||
Issue of securities.
|09 Oct 2023||Stuart Nicholls||Sell||1,312,688||$551,518||
As advised by the company. Sale of shares to fund significant taxation
|15 Aug 2023||Stuart Nicholls||Buy||2,671,580||$1,148,779||
Conversion of securities.
|15 Aug 2023||Stuart Nicholls||Exercise||2,671,580||$1,148,779||
Conversion of securities. 6,767,953 unlisted performance rights
|03 Feb 2023||Neville Power||Issued||1,400,000||$497,000||
Issue of securities.
|23 Dec 2022||Stuart Nicholls||Issued||1,253,254||$401,041||
Conversion of securities.
|23 Dec 2022||Stuart Nicholls||Exercise||1,253,254||$401,041||
Conversion of securities. 9,439,533 - Performance Rights
|Mr John Hartley Poynton||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Apr 2017||
Mr Poynton is Co-Founder and Executive Chair of Poynton Stavrianou, a Perth-based corporate advisory firm. In parallel with his career as an investment banker, John has been an active non-executive director of ASX-listed companies, government and education bodies and not-for-profit organizations. He is currently a Director of the Future Fund Board of Guardians, Australia's sovereign wealth fund and a Non-Executive Director of Perth Airport. John has previously served on the boards of Multiplex, Alinta, Crown Resorts and Austal. He has also served on the Reserve Bank of Australia's Payments System Board, and on the board of the Australian Government's export credit agency (EFIC) and the Higher Education Endowment Fund.
|Mr Stephen Grant Bizzell||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2018||
Mr Bizzell is the Chairman of boutique corporate advisory and funds management group Bizzell Capital Partners Pty Ltd. Mr Bizzell was an Executive Director of Arrow Energy Ltd from 1999 until its acquisition in 2010 by Shell and PetroChina. He was involved in Arrow's corporate and commercial achievement and its growth from a junior explorer to an integrated energy company. Mr Bizzell has over 25 years of corporate finance and public company management experience in the resources sector in Australia and Canada with various public companies.
|Mr Neville Joseph Power||Non-Executive Deputy ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Sep 2019||
Mr Power is also a Non-Executive and Lead Independent Director of employment services provider APM Human Services International Ltd. With more than four decades of experience in mining, minerals processing, construction, and steel making, Nev has accumulated a range of skills and knowledge across multiple sectors of the commercial and Not for Profit global business landscape. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Nev was appointed by the Prime Minister to lead an expert advisory board, the National COVID-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC).
|Mr Andrew John Seaton||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2017||
Mr Seaton has over 30 years of business experience across a range of finance, engineering, project management, investment banking and senior executive roles. Mr Seaton was previously CFO of Santos Limited, Australia's producer of domestic natural gas and a supplier of LNG into Asia. During his time with Santos, the company expanded its LNG portfolio to include interests in Darwin LNG, PNG LNG, and Gladstone LNG. Prior to this, he worked in investment banking with Merrill Lynch in Melbourne and New York across a broad range of advisory, M&A, equity, and debt capital markets transactions, and with NAB in corporate and institutional banking. His early career included process engineering and project management roles across upstream oil and gas and petrochemicals.
|Ms Jody Rowe||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2014||
Ms Rowe recently retired as a board member for Sight for All, and is the Chief Executive Officer of Rowe Advisory working within the oil and gas, mining, industrial, construction, food and agriculture industries. Ms Rowe's previous work experience includes senior Commercial roles in Australia and the United Kingdom working with organisations such as BG Group-QGC, Santos, Rio Tinto and Barrick Gold with particular focus on mega projects such as GLNG & QCLNG and large scale mining operations.
|Mr Stuart Nicholls||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Apr 2017||
Mr Nicholls has a ranging background across the energy landscape that included time in the up and downstreams at Royal Dutch Shell. His experience includes time within Finance, Commercial, Joint Ventures, Economics, Global Strategy and Exploration, primarily from within Royal Dutch Shell's gas businesses. He has a focus on the transition of our energy system and his previous experience also includes six years with the Australian Army in senior leadership positions.
|Ms Mary Hackett||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2020||
Ms Hackett has a career in the resource sector, spanning more than 30 years, with senior executive roles in Brown & Root, Woodside, and General Electric, including Senior VP, Australia Oil, Woodside and CEO of General Electric Oil & Gas for Australasia. Ms Hackett is also currently Executive Chair of Sapien Cyber, Independent Chair of Future Energy Exports Cooperative Research Centre, Non-Executive Director Blue Ocean Monitoring and Non-Executive Director of Clean Marine Fuel Institute. She also is a member of, or chairs, Audit and Risk, ESG, Projects and Remuneration Committees for several of the boards she serves.
|Ms Jillian Hoffmann||Non-Executive Director||May 2023||
Ms Hoffmann has more than 30 years in the energy industry, including executive directorships and 12 years as a senior executive for Woodside Energy Ltd as well as time spent at Chevron and Worley. This experience includes a range of roles across the energy value chain and of note are her Senior Vice President roles in marketing and trading across Woodside's full suite of energy products. This provided Ms Hoffmann with an understanding of the WA domestic gas market and regional gas market. Ms Hoffmann also led the development and implementation of renewable energy and environment and cultural heritage protection strategies at Woodside.
|Mr Justin Ferravant||Chief Financial OfficerCompany Secretary||Aug 2017||
|Crispin Collier||Chief Development and Marketing Officer||
|Justin Ferravant||Chief Financial OfficerCompany Secretary||
|Kevin Craig||Chief Operating Officer||
|Lucy Gauvin||General Counsel||
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||206,535,894||8.15%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||150,987,149||6.00%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||136,986,722||5.40%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||131,128,021||5.17%|
|Brazil Farming Pty Ltd||98,978,619||3.90%|
|Mhc Fund Services Pty Ltd||80,482,474||3.17%|
|National Nominees Limited||56,691,574||2.24%|
|Greg Hackshaw/ Gremar Holdings Pty Ltd||47,469,416||1.90%|
|Timothy Goyder/ Plato Prospecting Pty Ltd||42,940,668||1.69%|
|Rookharp Capital Pty Limited||38,178,420||1.51%|
|Discovery Investments Pty Ltd||30,000,000||1.18%|
|Calm Holdings Pty Ltd <Clifton Super Fund A/C>||29,600,000||1.17%|
|Coogee Resources Pty Ltd||20,000,000||0.79%|
|Mr Garry Noel Bungey & Mrs Vivienne Alice Nola Bungey <Bungey Super Fund Account>||16,500,000||0.65%|
|Hazardous Investments Pty Ltd||16,000,000||0.63%|
|Seneschal (Wa) Pty Ltd <Winston Scotney Family S A/C>||15,000,000||0.59%|
|Raejan Pty Ltd/ The Marzec Family Fund||14,900,000||0.59%|
|Mr Stuart John Dowls Nicholls & Mrs Holly Jane Elizabeth Nicholls <The Nicholls Family A/C>||14,221,608||0.56%|
|Mr James Clarke||13,682,474||0.54%|
|Quatri Pty Ltd <Quatri Super Fund A/C>||13,000,000||0.51%|