Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Genel Energy LSE:GENL London Ordinary Share JE00B55Q3P39 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +11.00p +8.66% 138.00p 138.20p 139.00p 139.80p 129.00p 129.00p 1,815,500 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 190.7 -1,248.5 -448.6 - 384.19

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19/1/2018
08:20
Genel Energy Daily Update: Genel Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GENL. The last closing price for Genel Energy was 127p.
Genel Energy has a 4 week average price of 104p and a 12 week average price of 88.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 166.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 54.50p.
There are currently 278,395,190 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 516,667 shares. The market capitalisation of Genel Energy is £384,185,362.20.
15/1/2018
17:41
cyan: Imo the gas prospects are not factored into our share price, for the time being. We seem to largely be driven by the strong performance of POO. As I type Brent is $70.39. That's very high when you look back around 18 months when we were getting $48. A huge increase in earnings assisted by the large Pesh field now producing in ever lincreasing volumes. Needless to say; any positive gas development news will excite the share price big time , imo.
12/1/2018
09:06
panagos: pogue, Carla, stan genl share price is falling, why aren't you coming out??
05/1/2018
08:42
panagos: GENL in 2014 produced cash from operations USD 116m. Then share price hovered between 11 - 6 pounds. GENL produced cash from operations USD 116.9 FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS OF 2017. So with oil price rising, Pesh added in the production and taq taq on the up again (albeit slightly) it would be prudent to guess USD 340m for the year. So effectively 2017 will have double cash flow from operations than 2014 and a share price between 60p and 120p. That is a 90% ish discount for double cash produced. And don't forget the debt reduction. One of the cheapest stocks in LSE or what?
29/11/2017
10:27
cyan: The bond values give an indication of longer term confidence imo. Volume is very low and our share price moves , imo, a disproportionate amount on such volumes. To compare us with GKP's share price is deceptive considering their eye watering consolidations of shares. Shareholders were historically absolutely decimated in GKP. Brent is weaker today and that does not help , now $62.87. I suppose their are worries about what OPEC is going to do in the upcoming meeting.
20/11/2017
18:52
pogue: 'I think the truth is you want to buy in as low as possible.. totally rational, but you are one of these people who is happy to sit on the thread and talk the share price down' Greg please dont tell me you think I can talk the share price down you cannot genuinely believe that anyone here can. If you do then allow me to point out the vast majority of posts are postive yet oddly the share price is going down how do you explain that?
20/11/2017
13:30
panagos: Carla short term buy signal, ask the people here, it's a solid bullish short term indicator for GENL share price. I mean it usually works within minutes... imho
03/9/2017
12:54
cyan: Agree that GENL's risk is political. With a relatively low share price/market cap when set against the asset base and one the cheapest production costs in the world, we are sitting pretty IMO after the settlement of the historical's. This share has very serious upside potential from here in respect to the development of our gas assets. I know Somaliland has been mentioned , but, I have frankly completely ignored the huge POTENTIAL there as its so far in the future and just a big maybe. Its the Oil and gas we are, and are likely to develop, that should lift our share price to between 200 and 300 next year, with POO as it is. There is a chance of a bid , of course, which may move our share price rather faster. I look at UKOG ; market cap £244.62 Million and HUR with a market cap of £553.48 million and then ours at £439.17 million and I find myself shaking my head in disbelief. We have large producing assets in our hands and other giant assets which , upon development, will be hugely cash generative; £400 million plus STERLING per annum income from the gas assets alone. UKOG and HUR are years away from production and there remain serious questions as to what can and will be recovered. Enormous capital is required and, yes, HUR raised half a billion; BUT, that has to be spent to start production and service their bonds. One can argue that HUR has HUGE potential/predicted upside, but, so has GENL from a much more secure financial base. If you have a problem with a producer in GENL's acreage ; its relative peanuts to sort out. If HUR has depletion issues or bore issues , the costs are very much higher. Very cheap on-shore compared to expensive off-shore. The major oil companies have very deep pockets and when even they refuse to farmin into HUR's 'billions of barrels' , you can be sure there's some doubts. In the years we wait to see IF both UKOG and HUR can actually make money we will have coined in with hundreds of millions in revenues. Rant over lol Brent will start the week at $52.81
07/7/2017
12:51
panagos: GENL share price about to overtake GKP. Go go go GENL!!
16/6/2017
09:33
cyan: Good morning losses; "Until the gas agreement doesn't take place... the share price will reflect no gas!! Not rocket science is it." And there you encapsulate the opportunity here. GENL has been particularly negatively affected by the gas uncertainty issue. Its interesting to note that is not always the case with companies sitting on huge assets. I come back to HUR who have enormous oil in the ground assets . The sentiment there is that its monetization is a certain thing (heard that before with XEL). With that positive sentiment the share price raced ahead. The dangers there are the same as with XEL; POO drops and negatively impact the field economics. Can anyone guarantee POO will not be $35 in 2 years time? The risk is that one recklessly forces the pace and try to finance alone and get into the same debt issues XEL had. I do think HUr's assets are far superior to XEL's and on balance a profitable development occur at some point in the future. With GENL we have, as you say, NO value at all priced in for the gas assets. However, unlike HUR, we do seem to have companies buying into our assets NOW. That may happen at HUR . In Genl I think we can be reassured by the involvement by the likes of Bilgin. To summarize; our share price is behind the curve; HUR's a bit ahead of the curve.
25/1/2017
19:34
kulvinder: Is anyone on here clever enough to post a graph that shows the Genl Bond price against the Genl Share price for say the last two years? Thanks in advance.
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