SP Angel Flash Note

Investor Presentation – June 2019

Annual Report Year End 31 December 2018


Biscathorpe Update – December 2018

SP Angel Union Jack Oil Research Note 8 October 2018

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Rathlin Opportunity Presentation – October 2018


2018 Half Yearly Report

Union Jack Oil New Corporate Presentation – April 2018

2017 Half Yearly Report

Turner Pope Investments – June 2017 UJO Research

2016 Annual Report

Re: Audit of the Wressle Discovery and Broughton North Prospect, Licences PEDL 180 and 182, onshoreUK

2016 Interim Report

SP Angel Research Update – February 2016

SP Angel Research – September 2015

East Midlands Shale Oil Report

Union Jack Oil plc is an onshore oil and gas exploration company with a focus on drilling, development and investment opportunities in the United Kingdom hydrocarbon sector listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market (Ticker: UJO).

Our strategy is the rapid appraisal and exploitation of the assets currently owned. Simultaneous with this process, the Company’s management expect to continue to use their expertise to acquire further licence interests over areas where there is a short lead time between the acquisition of the interest and either exploration drilling or initial production from any oil or gas fields that may be discovered.

The Company currently has interests in six licences in the East Midlands Basin and one licence in the Weald Basin.

Union Jack remains in negotiation with several established companies to acquire licence interests in suitable projects.