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AFE Insider Trading (Africa Energy)

Insider Ownership Percentage: N/A
Insider Buying (Last 12 Months): C$0.00
Insider Selling (Last 12 Months): C$144,000.00

Africa Energy Insider Trading History Chart

This chart shows the insider buying and selling history at Africa Energy by year and by quarter.

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Africa Energy Share Price & Price History

Current Price: C$0.26
Price Change: Price Decrease of -0.01 (-3.70%)
As of 06/30/2022 12:23 PM ET

This chart shows the closing price history over time for AFE up to the past year.

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Africa Energy Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
11/23/2021Jeromie J. KufflickSenior OfficerSell600,000C$0.24C$144,000.002,900,833
8/28/2020John William Sharp BentleyDirectorSell650,000C$3.34C$2,173,535.003,631,002
5/25/2020Jeromie J. KufflickSenior OfficerSell700,000C$0.24C$169,750.002,700,833
1/29/2020Africa Oil Corp. InsiderBuy20,930,000C$0.32C$6,600,233.64256,982,414
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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for Africa Energy (CVE:AFE)

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Africa Energy Corp. operates as an oil and gas exploration and production company in South Africa and Namibia. It holds a 27.5% participating interest in the Exploration Right for Block 2B offshore that covers an area of 3,062 square kilometers located in the west coast of South Africa; 43.85% interest in the Petroleum Exploration License 37 covering an area of 17,295 square kilometers located in the northern Namibian offshore region; and 49% interest in the Exploration Right for Block 11B/12B covering an area of approximately 19,000 square kilometers located in the Outeniqua Basin off the southern coast of South Africa. The company was formerly known as Horn Petroleum Corporation and changed its name to Africa Energy Corp. in March 2015. Africa Energy Corp. was incorporated in 2010 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
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Today's Range

Now: C$0.26
Low: C$0.26
High: C$0.26

50 Day Range

MA: C$0.28
Low: C$0.25
High: C$0.33

52 Week Range

Now: C$0.26
Low: C$0.22
High: C$0.34

Volume

22,200 shs

Average Volume

72,692 shs

Market Capitalization

C$363.64 million

P/E Ratio

13.00

Dividend Yield

N/A

Beta

N/A

Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of Africa Energy?

Africa Energy's top insider shareholders include:
  1. John William Sharp Bentley (Director)
  2. Jeromie J Kufflick (Senior Officer)
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