COE's Principal Activity is the upstream oil and gas exploration and production Company whose primary purpose is to secure, find, develop, produce and sell hydrocarbons.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-25.48%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-38.70%|
|ASX Rank||528 of 2,373|
|Sector Rank||19 of 161|
Cooper Energy Limited (COE) is an exploration and production company which generates revenue from gas supply to south-east Australia and low-cost Cooper Basin oil production. COE has a portfolio comprising of prospective acreage in the Cooper, Otway and Gippsland basins Australia.
Incorporated in WA on 9/03/2001. Name changed to Cooper Energy Limited (COE) on 31/1/2005.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
|Ms Giselle Marie Collins||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2021||
Ms Giselle Marie Collins
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.
|Mr Timothy Gordon Bednall||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Mr Timothy Gordon Bednall
Mr Bednall is a experienced and respected corporate lawyer and 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 advised 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 (which became the core of Treasury Wine Estates Limited) from 2000 to 2001. Mr Bednall is a board member of the National Portrait Gallery Foundation (since 2018). He is also a board member of QSP Residual Recoveries LLP (in administration) and a Director of Pooling Limited. Effective 19 August 2021 Mr Bednall is a member of the People & Remuneration Committee and the Governance Committee.
|Ms Victoria (Vicky) Jane Binns||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Ms Victoria (Vicky) Jane Binns
Ms Binns has over 35 years experience in the global resources and financial services sectors including more than 10 years in executive leadership roles at BHP and 15 years in financial services with Merrill Lynch Australia and Macquarie Equities. During her career at BHP, Ms Binns roles included Vice President Minerals Marketing, leadership positions in the metals and coal marketing business, Vice President of Market Analysis and Economics. Prior to joining BHP, Ms Binns held a number of board and senior management roles at Merrill Lynch Australia including Managing Director and Head of Australian Research, Head of Global Mining, Metals and Steel, and Head of Australian Mining Research. She was also co-founder and Chair of Women in Mining and Resources Singapore. She is also a Non-Executive Director of the Carbon Marketing Institute and a Member of the J.P. Morgan Australia & NZ Advisory Council. She is member of the Risk & Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Amelia Jalleh||Company Secretary,General Counsel||Aug 2019|
|Ms Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2018||
Ms Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey
Ms Donaghey brings over 30 years experience in the energy sector including technical, commercial and executive roles in EnergyAustralia, Woodside Energy and BHP Petroleum. Ms Donaghey's experience includes Non-Executive Director roles at Imdex Ltd (an ASX-listed provider of drilling fluids and downhole instrumentation), St Barbara Ltd (a gold explorer and producer), and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. She has performed extensive committee roles in these appointments, serving on audit and compliance, risk and audit, technical and regulatory, remuneration and health and safety committees. Ms Donaghey is a Non-Executive Director of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) (since 2017). Effective 1 September 2021 Ms Donaghey will join the Ampol Limited (ASX: ALD) board as an Independent Non-Executive Director. She is member of Risk & Sustainability Committee, the People Committee and the Governance Committee.
|Mr John Craig Conde||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Feb 2013||
Mr John Craig Conde
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Conde has experience in business and commerce and in chairing high profile business, arts and sporting organisations. 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 also President of the Commonwealth Remuneration Tribunal (since 2003), Chairman of Dexus Wholesale Property Fund (DWPF) (since 2020). Mr Conde is a former Chairman of Bupa Australia (2008-2018). Mr Conde is also a member of the People Committee and is the Chairman of the Governance Committee.
|Mr Hector Mackenzie Gordon||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2012||
Mr Hector Mackenzie Gordon
Mr Gordon is a geologist with over 40 years experience in the upstream petroleum industry, primarily in Australia and southeast Asia. He joined Cooper Energy in 2012, initially as an Executive Director - Exploration & Production and subsequently moved to his position as Non-Executive Director in 2017. Mr Gordon was previously Managing Director of Somerton Energy until it was acquired by Cooper Energy in 2012. Previously he was an Executive Director with Beach Energy Limited where he was employed for more than 16 years. In this time Beach Energy experienced significant growth and Mr Gordon held a number of roles including Exploration Manager, Chief Operating Officer and, ultimately, Chief Executive Officer. Mr Gordon is the Chairman of the Risk & Sustainability Committee and a member of the Audit Committee. Mr Gordon is the Chairman of the Risk & Sustainability Committee.
|Mr David Maxwell||Managing Director||Oct 2011||
Mr David Maxwell
Mr Maxwell is a leading oil and gas industry executive with more than 25 years in senior executive roles with companies such as BG Group, Woodside Petroleum Limited and Santos Limited. Mr Maxwell has very successfully led many large commercial, marketing and business development projects. Prior to joining Cooper Energy, Mr Maxwell worked with the BG Group, where he was responsible for all commercial, exploration, business development, strategy and marketing activities in Australia and led BG Group's entry into Australia and Asia including a number of material 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 the 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 (South Australia Government) (since 2019). Mr Maxwell is Managing Director. He is responsible for the day-to-day leadership of Cooper Energy, and is the leader of the Executive Leadership Team. Mr Maxwell is also Chairman of the HSEC Committee.
|Mr Jeffrey Warrington Schneider||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2011||
Mr Jeffrey Warrington Schneider
Mr Schneider has over 30 years of experience in senior management roles in the oil and gas industry, including 24 years with Woodside Petroleum Limited. He has extensive corporate governance and board experience as both a Non-Executive Director and chairman in resources companies. He is chairman of People Committee and a member of the Governance Committee.
|V Suttell||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|E Glavas||General Manager Commercial & Development||N/A|
|A Thomas||General Manager Exploration & Subsurface||N/A|
|I MacDougall||General Manager HSEC & Technical Services||N/A|
|A Haren||General Manager People & Remuneration||N/A|
|M Jacobsen||General Manager Projects & Operations||N/A|
COE directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|12/04/21||Victoria (Vicky) Binns||Buy||+180,000||$0.275||$49,500||On-market trade|
|08/04/21||Timothy Bednall||Buy||+20,000||$0.275||$5,500||On-market trade|
|26/02/21||Timothy Bednall||Buy||+40,000||$0.325||$12,992||On-market trade|
|25/02/21||Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Buy||+150,000||$0.32||$48,000||On-market trade|
|18/02/21||David Maxwell||Buy||+155,000||$0.32||$49,600||On-market trade|
|15/12/20||David Maxwell||Cancelled||2,233,902||$0.37||$826,543||Cancellation of securities|
|15/12/20||David Maxwell||Issued||970,721||$0.37||$359,166||Conversion of securities|
|15/12/20||David Maxwell||Exercise||2,421,290||$0.37||$895,877||Conversion of securities|
|15/12/20||Hector Gordon||Cancelled||647,355||$0.37||$239,521||Cancellation of securities|
|10/12/20||David Maxwell||Issued||5,508,135||$0.39||$2,148,172||Issue of securities|
|04/09/20||Victoria (Vicky) Binns||Buy||+142,857||$0.35||$49,999||On-market trade|
|04/09/20||Hector Gordon||Sell||+1,350,000||$0.355||($479,250)||On-market trade|
|04/09/20||Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Buy||+270,000||$0.35||$94,500||On-market trade|
|03/09/20||Timothy Bednall||Buy||+28,000||$0.366||$10,259||On-market trade|
|19/12/19||David Maxwell||Issued||1,457,484||$0.635||$925,502||Conversion of securities|
|19/12/19||Hector Gordon||Issued||422,357||$0.635||$268,197||Conversion of securities|
|19/12/19||David Maxwell||Exercise||2,304,173||$0.635||$1,463,150||Conversion of securities|
|19/12/19||Hector Gordon||Exercise||667,717||$0.635||$424,000||Conversion of securities|
|10/12/19||David Maxwell||Issued||3,575,117||$0.575||$2,055,692||Issue of securities|
|20/12/18||Hector Gordon||Issued||1,750,180||$0.41||$717,574||Conversion of securities|
|20/12/18||David Maxwell||Exercise||6,039,549||$0.41||$2,476,215||Conversion of securities|
|20/12/18||Hector Gordon||Exercise||1,750,180||$0.41||$717,574||Conversion of securities|
|20/12/18||David Maxwell||Issued||6,039,549||$0.41||$2,476,215||Conversion of securities|
The current holdings of COE directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Victoria (Vicky) Binns||30/06/2021||N/A||322,857||N/A||N/A|
|Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||30/06/2021||580,000||N/A||N/A||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|First Sentier Investors Holdings Pty Ltd||31/08/2021||123,639,367||7.58|
|Greencape Capital Pty Ltd||31/08/2021||131,213,903||8.07|
|Retail Employees Superannuation Pty Ltd||31/08/2021||83,835,500||5.14|
|Commonwealth Bank of Australia and its related bodies corporate||11/11/2021||103,873,372||35.52|
|H.E.S.T Australia Ltd||21/10/2021||83,607,056||5.13|
|Carol Australia Holdings Pty Limited||02/12/2021||178,997,396||10.97|
|Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc||02/12/2021||178,997,396||10.97|
|L1 Capital Pty Ltd||03/09/2021||228,910,445||14.03|
|Superannuation and Investments HoldCo Pty Ltd||01/12/2021||108,007,623||6.62|
|Comet Asia Holdings II Pte Ltd||01/12/2021||108,007,623||6.62|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|02-12-21||Carol Australia Holdings Pty Limited||21,356,185||9.67||10.97|
|02-12-21||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc||21,356,185||9.67||10.97|
|01-12-21||Comet Asia Holdings II Pte Ltd||108,007,623||--||6.62|
|01-12-21||Superannuation and Investments HoldCo Pty Ltd||108,007,623||--||6.62|
|26-11-21||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc||17,013,426||8.62||9.67|
|26-11-21||Carol Australia Holdings Pty Limited||17,013,426||8.62||9.67|
|11-11-21||Commonwealth Bank of Australia and its related bodies corporate||17,964,472||5.27||35.52|
|21-10-21||Carol Australia Holdings Pty Limited||16,988,418||7.58||8.62|
|21-10-21||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc||16,988,418||7.58||8.62|
|21-10-21||H.E.S.T Australia Ltd||83,607,056||--||5.13|
|20-10-21||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||82,512,776||--||5.06|
|03-09-21||L1 Capital Pty Ltd||20,000,000||12.81||14.03|
|30-08-21||Carol Australia Holdings Pty Limited||16,762,346||6.57||7.58|
|30-08-21||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc||16,762,346||6.57||7.58|
|30-08-21||L1 Capital Pty Ltd||17,274,554||11.75||12.81|
|30-06-21||Retail Employees Superannuation Pty Limited||83,835,500||--||5.14|
|20-05-21||L1 Capital Pty Ltd||17,458,190||10.68||11.75|
|26-02-21||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||87,423,793||--||5.36|
|21-12-20||L1 Capital Pty Ltd||33,899,075||8.62||10.68|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|21-10-21||Retail Employees Superannuation Pty Limited||83,835,500||5.14||--|
|21-10-21||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||82,512,776||5.06||--|
|14-05-21||Retail Employees Superannuation Pty Limited||97,677,825||6.00||--|
|01-04-21||Commonwealth Bank of Australia and its related bodies corporate||18,234,276||6.40||5.27|
|03-03-21||Credit Suisse Holdings (Australia) Limited||87,423,793||5.36||--|
|Year||Closing Price||Last Trade|
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