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DELT Deltic Energy Plc

39.00
-0.50 (-1.27%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deltic Energy Plc LSE:DELT London Ordinary Share GB00BNTY2N01 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.27% 39.00 99,132 14:36:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
38.50 39.50 39.50 39.00 39.25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal,oth Minerals,ores-whsl -2.99M -0.0321 -12.15 36.31M
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Posted at 17/4/2024 07:40 by apotheki
Deltic Energy Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: DELT / Sector: Natural Resources

Final Results

Deltic Energy Plc ("Deltic" or the "Company"), the AIM-quoted natural resources investing company with a high impact exploration and appraisal portfolio focused on the Southern North Sea ("SNS") is pleased to announce its audited results for the year ended 31 December 2023 ("FY 2023") and that it has released an updated corporate presentation. The corporate presentation is available on the homepage at the Company's website: www.delticenergy.com.

Highlights

· Drilling of Pensacola prospect resulted in the largest discovery in the Southern North Sea in the last decade, at the upper end of our pre-drill estimates
· RPS Energy Ltd ("RPS") independently assessed Pensacola on the basis of a combined gas and oil case, estimating a gross 2C contingent resource of 72.6 mmboe (21.8 mmboe net to Deltic) and in the gas only case gross 2C contingent resource of 50 mmboe (15 mmboe net to Deltic)
· RPS also estimated a Post tax NPV10 in the combined case of $683m (gross) or $205m net to Deltic and $663m (gross) in the gas only case or $199m net to Deltic
· Planning has progressed for a well to be drilled with Shell over the Selene gas prospect followed by an appraisal well for Pensacola in the second half of 2024
· Rig contract signed and structured such that both Selene and Pensacola will be drilled back to back using the Valaris 123, a heavy duty jack-up rig, expected to commence July 2024
· Success in 33rd UK Licensing Round
· Cash position of £5.6 million at 31 December 2023 (2022: £20.4 million) with no debt
· Net cash outflow for the year of £14.8 million (2022: inflow £10.3 million) mainly for funding Pensacola exploration drilling and other exploration investments
· Completed a farmout of the Selene prospect to Dana Petroleum post-period end with Deltic fully carried for the estimated cost of the success case well

Graham Swindells, Chief Executive of Deltic Energy, commented:

"2023 was a transformational year for Deltic following the Pensacola discovery in the Southern North Sea in February. As one of the area's biggest discoveries in the past ten years, this was a fantastic result for the Company and is testament to the hard work carried out in the years leading up to this point. We continue to prepare for an appraisal well on Pensacola in Q4 this year, which I believe will take us a step closer towards commerciality. During 2023 we also continued to progress our equally significant Selene exploration prospect, culminating in an excellent farmout in early 2024. We are now in the enviable position of drilling two consecutive wells in the second half of the year, with two world class partners in Shell and Dana."

"I am delighted with the progress that Deltic made in 2023 and firmly believe we can continue on this trajectory throughout 2024. The UK needs to bolster its security of energy supply more than ever and I believe that Deltic will play a key role in this."
Posted at 26/2/2024 08:35 by apotheki
Must say that I am loving the chart here at DELT - the DELT share price looks poised [like a coiled spring] to go higher much higher!
Posted at 15/2/2024 09:36 by ohisay
Malcys blog FWIW ...

I said that after two Deltic announcements recently that I would speak to Graham Swindells and revert, well I have done that and I remain convinced that Deltic remains one of the most attractive stocks in the sector.

The first point was just to clear up the issue with regard to the recent license round, Deltic got what they wanted including the Dewar prospect which they know very well. The part license awarded by the department is being assessed further as it may not be as good as the whole proposition would have been, nothing to do with Shell.

As for the farm-out it is as good as, if not better than I had previously thought, Dana have paid full whack for their 25% non-operated interest and that means that Deltic is carried through to and effectively beyond the exploration well planned for Q3 of this year.

Unsurprisingly Deltic are delighted with this deal, Dana has experience in this type of play via Tolmount, it validates Selene and provides another experienced partner in the JV. I couldn’t ask for a better transaction if I wrote it out beforehand myself.

And all this as the farm-out of Pensacola continues in parallel, as outlined before, all options are possible, a buyer for both assets or different ones for each but I’m confident that a successful outcome will happen. The Pensacola well is set to run back-to-back with the Selene well which spuds in July so from then on in there will be non stop action. for Deltic shareholders.

I have slightly rejigged the numbers for the company as a result of this deal but either way there is phenomenal upside, any success at either Selene or Pensacola would make my TP of 200p per share look ridiculous. Deltic must have a very good chance of being a ten-bagger from here as despite reasonable performance this year of a 30% rise in the shares, any similar news from Pensacola or of course the Selene well would dwarf that move.
Posted at 07/2/2024 15:50 by apotheki
Canaccord Genuity lowers target price on Deltic Energy

(Sharecast News) - Analysts at Canaccord Genuity lowered their target price on exploration and development firm Deltic Energy from 185.0p to 160.0p on Wednesday following the recent farm-out of 25% of UK licence P2437.

Deltic announced the farm-out to Dana Petroleum of a quarter of P2437, which contains the Selene exploration target scheduled to be drilled in Q3 24.

Canaccord Genuity sees the transaction as "an excellent result" for Deltic as it retains a significant 25% interest in Selene while now being effectively fully carried for the upcoming well costs.

"As a result, Deltic will have farmed out separately to two high-quality partners, first Shell and now Dana, a total of 75% of its original 100% interest in Selene. The outcome is that Deltic is now fully carried for its 25% share of the Shell estimated success case well cost of gross $47.0m (drilling and testing). Deltic expects this transaction to complete in the near future,"" said Canaccord, which reiterated its 'speculative buy' rating on the stock.

The Canadian bank added that "much more important" than its mechanical target price change was the presence of "two excellent partners", noting that Deltic has effectively fully carried Selene well participation, and the company's "still significant 25% ownership", which provides "meaningful upside" in the success case and room for a further farm-down or outright sale in the future.
Posted at 07/2/2024 13:41 by apotheki
Hybridan Small Cap Feast: 07/02/2024

Deltic Energy 31.5p £29.3m (DELT.L)

The natural resources investing Company with a high impact exploration and appraisal portfolio focused on the Southern North Sea announces that it has entered into an agreement in respect of the farm-out of a 25% interest in Licence P2437, containing the Selene Prospect, to Dana Petroleum (E&P) Limited on the following terms: $500K in cash on completion in relation to back costs incurred by Deltic; Dana to carry Deltic for its residual cost exposure to the Selene well (after utilisation of the existing carry from the Shell farm-out) to a value of $5m, and $6m if successful; and Dana to pay its 25% share of costs from 1 January 2024.
Posted at 05/2/2024 07:33 by therealdeal25
RNS guys we are off

RNS Number : 9458B
Deltic Energy PLC
05 February 2024



Deltic Energy Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: DELT / Sector: Natural Resources



5 February 2024



Deltic Energy Plc ("Deltic" or "the Company")

Licence P2437 (Selene) & P2252 (Pensacola) - Confirmation of Rig Contract



Deltic Energy Plc, the AIM-quoted natural resources investing company with a high impact exploration and appraisal portfolio focused on the Southern North Sea is pleased to announce that Shell UK Ltd ("Shell"), the Operator of Licences P2437 and P2252, has confirmed that a rig contract has been signed with Valaris for the drilling of both the Selene exploration well and the Pensacola appraisal well.



The two wells will be drilled using the Valaris 123, a heavy duty jack-up rig, with Selene and Pensacola being drilled as a two well sequence, with the contract and mobilisation commencing in the June-July 2024 period.



With Selene and Pensacola being drilled sequentially, this creates the potential for operational efficiencies associated with being part of an extended programme of wells.



Confirmation of the rig contract is a significant step forward for Deltic and a key milestone in the preparatory work required to support the exploration well on the Selene gas prospect and the appraisal well on Pensacola, following last year's discovery.



Following on from the operational update provided towards the end of last year, the geophysical site survey on Pensacola has now received permitting approval. Mobilisation to the site has taken place and the survey is expected to last for approximately one month.
Posted at 19/1/2024 07:35 by apotheki
Graham Swindells, Chief Executive of Deltic Energy, commented:

"RPS's validation of our technical assessment of the Pensacola discovery is another step forward for Deltic as we progress towards drilling the appraisal well in late 2024. In particular, we are pleased with the potential valuation that RPS ascribe to the discovery net to Deltic, particularly within the context of our current share price. It's clear that Pensacola is a regionally significant hydrocarbon accumulation and we will continue to work with our partners at Shell and ONE-Dyas to mature the opportunity and optimise the potential development scenarios as we go forward."
Posted at 19/1/2024 07:32 by ashkv
Hopefully share price doesn't go down with today's RNS!!! With the market reaction to JOG and CHAR farm-outs anything is possible. Perhaps some mention of AI should have been included in the RNS...

Farm-out Process Update

As previously communicated, Deltic continues to work on a number of potential options to both realise value and mitigate exposure to future drilling expenditure on both Pensacola and Selene and has received a significant level of interest. Deltic is continuing to engage with a number of different counterparties in relation to a range of potential transactions on both of these assets and looks forward to updating the market in due course.


Graham Swindells, Chief Executive of Deltic Energy, commented:

"RPS's validation of our technical assessment of the Pensacola discovery is another step forward for Deltic as we progress towards drilling the appraisal well in late 2024. In particular, we are pleased with the potential valuation that RPS ascribe to the discovery net to Deltic, particularly within the context of our current share price. It's clear that Pensacola is a regionally significant hydrocarbon accumulation and we will continue to work with our partners at Shell and ONE-Dyas to mature the opportunity and optimise the potential development scenarios as we go forward."
Posted at 07/7/2023 08:57 by ashkv
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From the Allenby Report ->
The road ahead: Well 41/05a-2 will now be plugged and abandoned as planned. The Pensacola project is likely to advance to the appraisal stage with appraisal drilling possible in 2024. We think a FEED (Front End Engineering Design) feasibility study is a possibility in 2025 with the development of the field and a gas export route following in 2026. In our view, the earliest that Pensacola could commence commercial production would be 2027. Deltic has indicated that, together with Shell, it is undertaking preparations for a Selene (WI 50%) exploration well in the Leman sandstone fairway of the SNS Basin in 2024. (Phoeix Oil - WITH A 50% CHANCE OF SUCCESS - Makes sense for Deltic to Farm-Out a portion of Deltic's 50% interest and have a free carry on the well!!!)
ashkv - 04 Apr 2023 - 15:58:39 - 4299 of 4575 Have we been DELT an ace with super major SHELL OIL?!?!? - DELT
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Financials
Deltic’;s balance sheet was in robust health at end 2022. We estimate that the cash
position was around £20m bolstered by the £15.96m gross raise at 3.50p/share last September. The underlying cash outflow from operations and capital expenditure was less pronounced than might have been expected in the second half of 2022 given that Pensacola well costs flow through to payables with a significant lag. As noted previously, the bulk of these will impact cash in the first half of 2023.

Our forecast for the cash balance at end 2023 is £5.9m. This assumes a cash outflow from operations of £2.3m and capital expenditure of £12.5m. The latter reflects £10.5m Pensacola well costs, £1.2m Selene site survey and related long lead time outlays and £0.8m 33rd North Sea Licensing Round. Deltic has previously suggested that its share of prospective Selene well costs will be £11.1m. We think, however, that Selene is unlikely to be spudded before H1 2024.
ashkv - 04 Apr 2023 - 15:58:25 - 4298 of 4575 Have we been DELT an ace with super major SHELL OIL?!?!? - DELT
A reminder as to the potential value - DELT unloved and management need to get their act on the road -very disappointing....
Posted at 12/4/2023 08:24 by ashkv
xnjr a clear troll - two appraisal wells? Where is that coming from his twisted imagination??

Shell have confirmed gas and it is a crime to report incorrect info on RNS's - has to be vetted by Nomad. Selene is now 75% Chance of Succcess and with 50% of the prospect DELT should be trading higher than where it is....

Penascola is a major gas find - and reservoir proven... I will believe management...

Share price performance is not indicative of anything over the short term - all the major IIs including a financially astute UK based billionaire retain their stakes in Deltic. Volumes have been minimal and the broader UK AIM E&P space languishing at close to 52 week lows... markets reaction to JOG's farm-out says it all... 700p valuation from the farm-out but share price at 275p....

xxnjr
11 Apr '23 - 10:13 - 4326 of 4332
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"Great article". Sorry but I'm not really convinced on Pensacola yet. Is it the largest recent find in SNS? Possibly. Did it prove up 300BCF? Doubt it, considering the share price has crashed since well result was announced. Surely it needs at least 1 very expensive horizontal appraisal well to prove up the 300BCF? Possibly 2 appraisal wells? DELT's views are irrelevant to some extent. We need to know what Shell(70%) think.
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