Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ophir Energy LSE:OPHR London Ordinary Share GB00B24CT194 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +2.92% 88.00p 88.00p 88.25p 88.25p 83.00p 83.00p 2,117,258.00 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 109.3 -255.2 -32.0 - 621.10

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05/12/201620:35Ophir: African Exploration and lots of it.2,934.00
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21/7/201412:16Zak Mir says to SPECULATIVE BUY in OPHR.L-
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17:02:0087.4633,24529,076.21NT
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16:44:2486.8724,20021,022.54NT
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05/12/2016
08:20
Ophir Energy Daily Update: Ophir Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OPHR. The last closing price for Ophir Energy was 85.50p.
Ophir Energy has a 4 week average price of 77.21p and a 12 week average price of 76.39p.
The 1 year high share price is 101p while the 1 year low share price is currently 63.60p.
There are currently 705,792,269 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,275,868 shares. The market capitalisation of Ophir Energy is £621,097,196.72.
23/11/2016
15:07
ed 123: .... and more sold today. There's been a degree of support since the update and this has allowed Prudential to offload some. Does anyone here think the share price will be above the current 76p when the first of Ophir's African gas fields comes into production?
10/11/2016
09:26
wantmorethan24p: how high will this go on todays news because it was definately not in the share price.
04/11/2016
09:55
speedsgh: Ophir's assets aren't priced in - HTTP://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/11/03/tips-and-ideas/share-tips/tips-of-the-week/ophir-s-assets-aren-t-priced-in-8vKCzXP5crKwrFgwziiFCI/article.html [SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED] Hunting for value in the oil and gas sector is not easy at the moment. The oil majors have rallied considerably in recent months, leaving their valuations stretched in a still-tepid price environment, while many smaller players, some of which boast excellent assets, are either mired in debt or endlessly locked in rounds of fundraising. However, one good candidate for investment on value grounds is Ophir Energy (OPHR), an explorer and producer with on- and offshore assets in Asia and Africa. That's because the cashed-up group looks attractive on a range of asset-based valuation metrics, all of which throw in the company's promising developmental assets in Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania and Indonesia for very little. What's more, the market has ascribed an enterprise value to Ophir that prices its 2P reserves at just $5.60 (£4.62) per barrel, well below the sector average of closer to $10... ...There are some reasons to believe that downside to the current share price may be limited (save for another dramatic and unlikely drop in energy prices). JPMorgan puts a net present value of 40p a share on Ophir's producing assets, while based on recent guidance, year-end net cash should be equivalent to about 23p a share. That puts a price of just 12p on development assets comprising 769m barrels of oil equivalent to which JPMorgan assigns a risked net present value of 56p. Even if there are delays to the Fortuna commissioning, the company is unlikely to walk away from such a developed and potentially lucrative asset, so it's not a stretch to assume that any imminent news on gas offtake agreements or upstream partnerships can only be taken as positives. Buy.
27/10/2016
08:19
pineapple1: lol....How much time you prepared to give them as the share price is down 90% from the highs. The usual ostrich approach from investors who only ever dream of happy endings to stories... imho
14/9/2016
08:58
nigelpm: Fair enough. Tomorrow will be interesting for sure. The board have got a helluva job to convince shareholders that they are on track given the share price movement and the likes of SailingStone dumping stock so the update more important than usual I suspect. I'm in no way wedded to this but the value looks incredible here - time will tell.
13/9/2016
16:27
pineapple1: At the time the jilted explorer’s share price tumbled to all-time lows of 65.15p but Barclays Capital has said its “misunderstood” project stands to benefit from a recovery in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. I,m sure Schlumberger understand the dynamics and future dynamics better than a Barcap analyst. Thats why they pulled out... When these sort of articles appear they are often because someone has a large equity block to shift and they need someone to sell to on any rise it may generate... imho
13/9/2016
08:33
pineapple1: I agree. Nothing in that update thats going to help the share price here. Nothing about Fortuna which i guess shows little industry interest after Sclum walked.. imho
30/6/2016
05:03
togglebrush: Press reports that Natural Gas is priced in Sterling which could be the influence in current OPHR share price rising.
21/6/2016
15:15
jotoha2: The Pru has built up a fair holding , and yet this company's share price reflects a duff prospect , has seen no increase in share price since the oil price low of feb 2016 , unlike it's peers, so what do the Pru know ?
03/5/2016
20:38
ed 123: Management know what they doing - in fact they are one of the best in the field IMHO. Nick Cooper arrived at Ophir in 2011 with the share price about 250p. In 2012 Ophir made a big gas discovery and again in 2014. Today's share price? ......... 71p! Where would Ophir be now if it hadn't got lucky and discovered all that gas? I wouldn't call that, "best in the field" or anything like it. On top of that, Nick Cooper is reported to have received total calculated compensation in 2015 of £1,570,000. http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=25965487&;privcapId=25614355 To investors, the share price performance (and dividend payments) are what matters.
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