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25/9/2016
09:20
Nautical Petroleum Daily Update: Nautical Petroleum is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NPE. The last closing price for Nautical Petroleum was 449p.
Nautical Petroleum has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 87,755,179 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Nautical Petroleum is £394,020,753.71.
08/6/2012
15:18
haydock: I owe all my success & free carry with NPE, my discovery of our old twin company QFI. Just to inform the bb. that they are finally, finally, it may be years yet folks, on the edge of the really big one. A tiny part of the mkt, with the biggest company in the bunker fuel mkt, is into a mkt worth billions. DYOR. Operations Update Date : 08/06/2012 @ 07:00 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : Quadrise (QFI) Quote : 5.625 -0.5 (-8.16%) @ 14:26 HOME » LSE » Q » Quadrise Fuels share price Operations Update Share this article Print Alert TIDMQFI RNS Number : 9394E Quadrise Fuels International PLC 08 June 2012 8 June 2012 Quadrise Fuels International Plc ("QFI" or "the Company") Operational Update Quadrise Fuels International plc (QFI) is the emerging manufacturer and supplier of MSAR emulsion fuels, a low cost alternative to heavy fuel oil in the global shipping, refining and steam power generation markets. Marine MSAR(R) Programme Shareholders were advised in March 2012 that the focus would move to sea borne assessment on a Maersk container ship to provide the operating performance information required by all participants. This was the first time that commercial oil-in-water emulsion fuel has been trialled in 2-stroke marine diesel applications of this scale. As advised in previous reports, major innovative fuels development programmes require sufficient time for analysis of data, correction of any deficiencies and exploitation of opportunities revealed by the results of 'in service' performance. Many aspects of the sea borne assessment thus far have been successful, such as general handling of the product and bunkering of the vessel, long term (over one year) storage of test fuel at ambient temperatures, and importantly confirming the emissions reduction potential of Marine MSAR(R). During this first assessment it was not possible to fully optimise engine performance, as the test configuration afforded limited scope for relevant 'in service' adjustments. These recent results have provided the necessary data for future adjustment and assessments. Further marine engine and 'in service' tests are planned in the second half of the year with the support of Maersk, candidate refineries and major engine manufacturers. On completion, the programme is planned to move to the next phase involving use of MSAR(R) fuel in a sample of the Maersk fleet. Commenting on these developments Ian Williams, Chairman of QFI, said: "As expected by QFI and our Joint Development Programme partners , this first 'in service' assessment has yielded valuable data to inform and guide progression to commercial availability of our Marine MSAR fuels. In particular, the confirmation of potential emissions related environmental benefits is a key outcome. We are especially encouraged by the continued support and enthusiasm of our partners in this 'game changing' venture." For further information, please contact: Ian Williams, Executive Chairman Hemant Thanawala, Finance Director Quadrise Fuels International Plc +44 (0)20 7550 4931 Dr Azhic Basirov / Siobhan Sergeant
14/5/2012
12:48
lanaken: pigeon, My thoughts from last week on the PMO board. PMO estimate 34 mm bbl and NPE 25mmbbl gross resource. Call it 30mm bbl and $11 per bbl. NPE with 15% potentially $50m or 30m quid and 89m shares or 34p a share PMO potentially $165m or 100m quid and 528m shares or 19p a share, Current share prices PMO 345p so potentially 5.5% and NPE 326p so potentially 10.5%. I own both but lots more NPE. Who said Paul Young, ex Encore Catcher geological guy, said it was a 90% certainty, because I don't like those 90% certs? He should know though. He told me before the 2010 AGM that he had worked for 10 years on the Catcher block;-) Now about 12% on the share price on the midpoint of NPE and PMO estimates. repo
10/1/2012
09:05
bomfin: That's a good point. Canamens were either cash strapped or didn't have much confidence in Kraken at the time. Clearly Nautical have added significant value to the Kraken project since May 2011 which isn't reflected in NPE share price. imho
28/11/2011
16:43
robbie12: Is this a bit naughty? If it is I'll delete it..... This is my slightly delayed report of Nauticals AGM held a week ago. The first thing that hit me was the lack of attendance, apart from Nautical's board and a member of staff there was maybe 4-5 people there other than me. After the presentation the board were quite willing to answer numerous questions put to them. The presentation used has now been placed on NPE's website. I shall comment on the slides in the same order. Most of the stuff on pages 10-12 has appeared in previous presentations, page 13 has an updated prospective resource number for Catcher, 12.2m barrels. Pages 15 & 16 refer to Catcher, the high density 3D seismic is being processed and the results are expected in Jan 2012, Carnaby is going to be drilled in Q1/Q2 and is estimated to contain 30m barrels recoverable (4.5m net to NPE) it was mentioned that the resource estimates for Catcher on page 13 do not include all targets shown in the map on page 15, however I suspect they have left out the smallest targets. Steve said that they would not drill all the targets prior to FDP. Paso is a gas target that could be used as a power source. Current estimated NPV10 value of $10-11 per barrel, Premier recently commented development estimated to cost £850m gross based on currently found oil. Moving onto Kraken Steve said they reprocessed the seismic to the point that the reservoir is clearly visible as shown on page 19, their pre drill estimate for 9/02b-5 was only 6 inches out. Repeated the test numbers and pointed out the result was well above what was required to prove commerciality. Estimate cost for phase 1, shown on page 22 is £600m gross, phase 2 £400m. Current NPV10 estimated at $6-$6.5 per barrel. Phase 3 refers to Ketos. Resource numbers for Kraken have reduced as the field is now split between Kraken and Ketos. An updated CPR to take into account the test results should be published in the new year. The contingent resources assigned to Ketos, 5.5m barrels in the CPR only apply to a small area around the 9/02b-2 drill site, also prospective resources have only been included for the area covered by existing 3D seismic. On page 24 you can see the field extends significantly beyond the 3D coverage. Steve commented on the 2D they have Ketos looks similar to Kraken, 3D seismic is being acquired and they plan to drill in 2012. There wasn't a great deal on Mariner other than the sale to Statoil and that the increase in ring fenced expenditure announced in July was targeted towards Statoil. Most of the information on Tudor rose and Spaniards is covered in the presentation on page 27-28. The delay to drilling Merrow is getting a permit to drill from onshore, which is a lot cheaper. The licence has been extended since the government has caused the delay. Few other comments included cash is around £80m and the French licence is targeting conventional gas, so they are unaffected by the ban. I asked about cash plans as although £80m is a good cash position it is nowhere near enough to develop the three fields they have, there was some comment on considering selling assets which centred on Kraken. I pointed out that Canamens energy seemed like a weak holder which could hold down the value of NPE's interest, the response was Canamens was well aware of the value and were looking to capitalise on it after the successful test result and a large NS development would appeal to a company currently producing in the NS for tax reasons. Personally I think how NPE next raises a substantial amount of money is crucial to shareholders, the current proven assets exceed the market cap by a long way, but NPE needs a lot more capital. From memory Mariner is going to require £1.5Bn to develop, so NPE's share is approx £90m, NPE's share of Catcher would be about £128m and Kraken phase 1 £300m, that totals about £518m. Given you need at least 30% equity that leaves NPE with a requirement for £156m to develop the fields. Clearly a rights issue or private placing at anywhere near the current share price would be highly dilutive of asset value per share, so an asset sale appears to be the better option. Mariner wouldn't raise enough on its own and the CEO has already been quoted in the press as interested in selling part of their Kraken W.I. NPE's estimate of $6-$6.5 per barrel NPV10 works out to $519m/£324m (83m contingent*$6.25) for their 50% working interest, if they sold 20% W.I that would be almost £130m and in the process they would reduce their share of development costs by £120m gross/£36m equity. The big question is can they get £130m for 20% of Kraken? I have my doubts, but they still have £80m cash, which although some of it will get used up on expo means they are not a distressed seller and they could also sell Mariner which would raise cash and reduce development costs at the same time. There is of course also Catcher but I think they would like to hold onto it. Even if they don't get as much as £130m if Canamens sell out at the same time and a larger partner comes in it will enhance the value of NPE's remaining interest. The next move will be an interesting one. Regards Unwize.
18/11/2011
13:02
lanaken: Any news and views from the AGM? When I read comments like the NPE share price will never react to good news the contrarian in me is almost pressing the buy button;-) repo
24/6/2011
12:54
uklurker: Not long to wait ? Nautical Petroleum (NPE/AIM/£266m) – Another look at a Kraken company Since our catch up with management at the end of May the share price has continued to slide down. Ongoing concerns at the macro level have seen markets drifting down on low volumes with both the FTSE and the oil and gas index now c.4% lower than they were at the start of June. Looking at the oil price over the same timeframe, despite a spike post the indecisive OPEC meeting, it is broadly trading at the same level it was at the start of the month. In contrast the NPE share price has fallen further, off another 13% over the same time frame on no news. This perhaps is the problem. We had a quick chat with mgmt yesterday and the good news is that after a 2 month delay they expect the Kraken appraisal well to spud this weekend. As a reminder they are looking to test the flow rate and anything over 2,500 bopd would be good. They plan on drilling a pilot well first which will take c. 20days do various testing and logging before drilling the horizontal well with 60 days pencilled in for the entire operation. In the meantime the updated CPR is due out by the end of the month. For a company with a good recent track record,£105m in cash and plenty of news flow to come we felt the price had fallen too far when we saw them last month – now it is a steal. BUY. FinnCap
24/6/2011
08:56
liquid millionaire: Nautical Petroleum (NPE/AIM/£266m) – Another look at a Kraken company Since our catch up with management at the end of May the share price has continued to slide down. Ongoing concerns at the macro level have seen markets drifting down on low volumes with both the FTSE and the oil and gas index now c.4% lower than they were at the start of June. Looking at the oil price over the same timeframe, despite a spike post the indecisive OPEC meeting, it is broadly trading at the same level it was at the start of the month. In contrast the NPE share price has fallen further, off another 13% over the same time frame on no news. This perhaps is the problem. We had a quick chat with mgmt yesterday and the good news is that after a 2 month delay they expect the Kraken appraisal well to spud this weekend. As a reminder they are looking to test the flow rate and anything over 2,500 bopd would be good. They plan on drilling a pilot well first which will take c. 20days do various testing and logging before drilling the horizontal well with 60 days pencilled in for the entire operation. In the meantime the updated CPR is due out by the end of the month. For a company with a good recent track record,£105m in cash and plenty of news flow to come we felt the price had fallen too far when we saw them last month – now it is a steal. BUY. We are getting some dates from management when they will be available for 1-1s / a group lunch – if interested let me know. FinnCap
17/9/2010
12:21
uklurker: From FT Alphaville with thanks to TheSeldomSeenKi "I did some reformatting but the thats all: NH people getting very excited by Nautical Petroleum BE Remind me of what Nautical has? NH some North Sea stuff NH and if it all comes off NH the price could be 500p NH well that's what the sector watcher says NH and he knows The NPE share price was extremely frothy yesterday, hitting a 2-year high of 210p before settling at 205p/share, up 7% on the day. The shares have now risen four-fold since early June when the Catcher discovery well in the North Sea was announced. However it is not Catcher that is currently driving the price, but another recent successful well, the Kraken appraisal announced last week. A sidetrack well is now drilling, and although it still has another planned 7 days to go, this appears to be what is exciting the share price. Understandably so, given that this well could prove up a further 114m barrels on top of the 83m barrels that the first well appears to have confirmed. NPE's interest is likely to be 35% in the field, although it is sole-risking the sidetrack. Although the 9/2b licence has three partners, with NPE at 35%, Canamens with 35% and Celtic Oil at 40%, only NPE and Celtic participated in the Kraken appraisal well, with NPE carrying Canamens' interest For the ongoing sidetrack, NPE is also carrying Celtic's interest, hence it's overall 100% interest. We don't believe the non-participation of the two partners is any indication of a lack of confidence in the well, more likely it is a financing issue for Canamens/Celtic. NPE, of course, is well financed after raising $45m cash last month at a price of 125p/share (a nice deal for participants). It is likely to be in an even stronger position if the two partners decide to come back into the licence, given that there will be punitive costs to pay. Alternatively, if the two still have funding issues, NPE may end up with a higher percentage in the licence. The numbers behind NPE are looking increasingly impressive - currently within our NAV of 214p/share we carry a risked 86p/share for Kraken but this assumes only 60m barrels gross, whilst if we assume 83m barrels unrisked this number rises to 149p/share. Moreover a successful sidetrack could add a further 205p/share. And don't forget there is still upside potential in Catcher, and the Mariner field - hence best case NPE could easily be worth north of 500p/share. Keep buying - this is a must-have stock."
27/6/2010
21:30
whalewatcher_1: This share has not been subject to the heavy trading experienced by Encore over the last couple of weeks despite any potential good news affecting both equally. Hopefully this means that any rise in the NPE share price (with or without a positive RNS in the next couple of days) will be sustainable here as there will be fewer traders rushing to take profits.
10/6/2010
08:18
notready: Pugg1ey, Just filter him and you will not feel the need to react. Who needs the stress when we have a future rise in the NPE share price to look forward to?
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