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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empyrean LSE:EME London Ordinary Share GB00B09G2351 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.25p 6.00p 6.50p 6.25p 6.25p 6.25p 9,529 07:51:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 16.0 5.1 2.3 2.7 13.86

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29/4/2016
13:00
TG what add ons are you using??
blakieboy7
29/4/2016
12:59
If they do that US production will fall off a cliff with depletion rates and oil will rocket as it will take months if not years to reverse. Interesting times and $50 PoO here soon?
blueblood
29/4/2016
12:50
Bleak outlook for US rigs: Top Oil Service Firms Mull North America Retreat As Losses Mount David Wethe Thursday, April 28, 2016 HTTP://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/144232/Top_Oil_Service_Firms_Mull_North_America_Retreat_As_Losses_Mount Two of the three largest oil rig operators and frackers are considering pulling back from the North American market as losses mount. Schlumberger Ltd. -- after posting its first North American operating loss since at least the turn of the century, according to Barclays Plc -- is evaluating whether it’s worth temporarily shuttering its business in the region. Baker Hughes Inc. said Wednesday it has decided to limit its exposure to unprofitable onshore fracking work in North America because of the "unsustainable pricing." It’s the first time in at least a decade that those companies and Halliburton Co., the big 3 in oil services, all lost money in the region during the first three months of the year, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. "Activity is coming down to basically critical-mass type of levels," Schlumberger Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Paal Kibsgaard told analysts and investors Friday on a conference call. "What’s the benefit of taking the losses versus shutting down and then making the investments later on to start back up again?" Even FMC Technologies Inc., the largest provider of subsea equipment to the industry, said Wednesday the amount of lost work in the region was surprising.
the guardian
29/4/2016
12:50
Bleak outlook for US rigs: Top Oil Service Firms Mull North America Retreat As Losses Mount David Wethe Thursday, April 28, 2016 HTTP://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/144232/Top_Oil_Service_Firms_Mull_North_America_Retreat_As_Losses_Mount Two of the three largest oil rig operators and frackers are considering pulling back from the North American market as losses mount. Schlumberger Ltd. -- after posting its first North American operating loss since at least the turn of the century, according to Barclays Plc -- is evaluating whether it’s worth temporarily shuttering its business in the region. Baker Hughes Inc. said Wednesday it has decided to limit its exposure to unprofitable onshore fracking work in North America because of the "unsustainable pricing." It’s the first time in at least a decade that those companies and Halliburton Co., the big 3 in oil services, all lost money in the region during the first three months of the year, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. "Activity is coming down to basically critical-mass type of levels," Schlumberger Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Paal Kibsgaard told analysts and investors Friday on a conference call. "What’s the benefit of taking the losses versus shutting down and then making the investments later on to start back up again?" Even FMC Technologies Inc., the largest provider of subsea equipment to the industry, said Wednesday the amount of lost work in the region was surprising.
the guardian
29/4/2016
12:45
Jem, you must understand that most of what I write is tongue in cheek. Don't take it too literally. Good afternoon blakie. OT I have been busy loading KODI onto my laptop. It is a vehicle which accepts 'add ons' and basically gives you access to every movie and tv broadcast in the world for free. It even gives access to thinks like Sky showcase movies. All of the movies released in 2016 are there. It's just fantastic. It's a bit confusing to set up but there are several guides on youtube if anyone is interested.
the guardian
29/4/2016
09:44
TG. I think there will be news in the near future. But whenever it is, it's certainly not something that gets announced at an AGM. Imo
jemjem
29/4/2016
08:13
Morning TG! :)
blakieboy7
29/4/2016
08:08
Me too Blublood. Late May for me
blakieboy7
29/4/2016
07:58
I'm hoping more late May or early June with results!
blueblood
29/4/2016
07:53
I think that we will find out at the AGM in August.
the guardian
28/4/2016
18:22
Wti approaching 46 now. More of the same please!
blakieboy7
28/4/2016
14:26
Laz, I'm intending to provide an overall, and last, update to 31/3/2016, ie y/e for EME, when the RRC figures are available, probably in the 2nd week of May. However, I think that $26/bbl is far more than enough to cover Opex:} c
crosseyed
28/4/2016
14:03
re the recent rise in the PoO, it might actually result in the remaining SL assets being cash flow +ve and hence not draining cash resources. Certainly at $26 I guess we were having to subsidise production. Crosseyed, have you an idea of most recent production from these assets? Could also result in them being worth something if sold!?
lazarus2010
28/4/2016
07:58
Interesting to see US investment bank Jeffries is now saying that oil is starting a bull run.The illogical scale of the fall in oil may be be followed by an illogical rise.We may as some were saying yesterday get at least some additional cash from rising prices.GLA.
10owen
27/4/2016
18:08
Laz / crosseyed, sorry but I just quoted the figures from memory. A little tougher to achieve than I thought but not impossible.
the guardian
27/4/2016
15:48
Looks that way Ozz. Sells being hoovered up and presumably going to a safe home for the eventual payouts. Imo
jemjem
27/4/2016
13:09
Few sells popping in, but not affecting the price. Could be an order in perhaps??
ozzmosiz
27/4/2016
13:01
WTI rising nicely.
ozzmosiz
27/4/2016
12:28
Yep, Laz, $60/bbl average over H2 2016 to get the full $5 million and then $65/bbl average in either H1 or H2 2017 to get the second $5 million. c
crosseyed
27/4/2016
12:25
Shows supply is tight when they mark it up on limited volume. They could announce distribution details with results next month so don't leave it too late. Only those holding pre announcement will get any payout imho.
blueblood
27/4/2016
12:04
TG, don't we need $55 for first payment? And it is every whole $1 above $55, so actually we need $60 to get the full amount, then $65...forget about it unless the Sauds capitulate, but the words coming from their spokeperson suggest they are focussed on budget cutting rather than higher oil prices
lazarus2010
27/4/2016
11:32
TG, I was thinking the same. But this won't be factored into the share price yet!
swerves1
27/4/2016
11:04
Seeing sporadic 100K buys, another just in and a few yesterday if I remember correctly.
ozzmosiz
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