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US Oil Sands Inc V.USO

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  V.USO.WT| UERLF

US Oil Sands Inc is engaged in the exploration and development of oil sands properties in Utah. Its oil sands project areas in Utah includes PR Spring project.
Price: $0.10 Volume: 18,100
Change: $-0.01 % Change: -9.09%
Day High/Low: 0.105/0.10 52 Week High/Low: 0.13/0.065
Last Traded: July 03, 2015 11:55 Transaction Volume: 8000
Open: 0.105 Previous Close: 0.11
Bid: 0.10 Ask: 0.11
Bid Size: 471000 Ask Size: 19000
Market Cap: 85.3m Shares Out: 853.1m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:Quietly doubled

    3 stars

    gstep23 wrote: Interesting activity in the last one week... I assume everything is going quite well in  utah and production testing is on...

    4.5 stars


  • Quietly doubled

    2.5 stars

    Interesting activity in the last one week... I assume everything is going quite well in  utah and production testing is on target for...

    2 stars


  • RE:RE:Competition

    3 stars

    Indeed, blindsided is not the word I should have used, I miswrote what I wanted to express. In any case, it's true that we can't invest...

    1 star


  • RE:Competition

    3 stars

    I'm not quite sure " blindsided " is the best term, we live or die by the effectiveness of our own technology and if it fails to turn our...

    4.5 stars


  • Competition

    1 star

    Do you think that USO could be blinsided by other companies working on similar objectives ? I am often reading on developments from...

    1 star