Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pan European LSE:PAN London Ordinary Share GB00B12V3082 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 22.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 15.3 -18.9 -18.0 - 23.39

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24/9/2016
09:20
Pan Euro Daily Update: Pan European is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PAN. The last closing price for Pan Euro was 22p.
Pan European 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 106,325,110 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Pan European is £23,391,524.20.
29/4/2014
13:23
oli12: from www.belphar.com Belphar is a newly established limited liability company, incorporated in the BVI for the purpose of acquiring a 29.9 per cent. stake in Pan European Terminals Plc ("Pan"), with a view to making a possible offer for the entire issued and to be issued share capital of Pan, at 22 pence per Pan share. Belphar was founded by Khofiz Shakhidi, who is the sole director and owner of the company. They can change this to 18p soon - am I right in thinking Belphar can request a further general meeting be convened to obtain approvals to enable conversion of the outstanding CLNs, at any time before scheduled redemption... when is 6 months up... June?
28/4/2014
13:49
pantastic: 22p seems very unlikely now given Belphar's attitude when the original possible offer was suggested. From a personal perspective, I'm away on holiday most of May so I had always diarised this month to make a decision about my investment. The original April target date offered some comfort that we would know something before I went away. Dan Balt - in my opinion the current "jewel in the crown" of PAN seems to have lost some momentum and the last RNS suggested the upside may be longer term than I originally thought it would be (could be my misinterpretation). Let's hope that my concerns there are unfounded. PBI Still not heard about lease renewal which expires this month according to the original PBI acquisition RNS. It's 28th April today that leaves 2 days if the expiry was the end of the month. Nothing heard. Rosbunker The political issues in Russia are outside of the Company's control but in the absence of any update since February and since Putin started "getting a bit fighty", it's reasonable to assume that the following statement from the 21st June 2013 final results will have been compromised:- "The Directors are confident that any of these options will ensure cash flow is returned to the Group by 1 April 2014 at the latest". On the upside, the 2013 finals, if they arrive around the same time as last year (21st June) are not far away and will offer us something to read when I get back from holiday. As the April deadline seems unlikely unless something happens in the next 2 days and the fact I wish to enjoy my holiday (which will mostly be without mobile, e-mail or internet access), I've been reducing my holding gradually to a sufficient level that I can relax whilst out of the country. I've yet to decide whether my remaining residual holding (a fraction of my one time 300k holding) is a sufficiently comfortable one. I'll continue to review that between now and next Tuesday. I've still got some shares left but my positive gut feel I had pre-Belphar approach is no longer as positive as something has changed and you have to go with gut feel if no other information is readily available. The 22p possible offer by Belphar seemed derisory at the time and the share price now is much lower now than it was then. I do not feel confident Belphar will return with a 22p offer. Let's see what the next 7 trading days have in store for us. Given I've now turned a paper loss of double figures and turned it into a real loss and removed my opportunity for me to profit from this investment, Murphy's law suggests we'll get a transformationally good RNS tomorrow. It's only money but I cannot have the worry and burden of the unknowns here during my important family holiday. I remain holding a nominal number of shares as shareholding PAN is occasional entertainment and interesting if nothing else. I have a feeling it will probably come good so I wish everyone else more success than I've had with that but nearly 5 years of waiting and a change in my gut feel mean I cannot go on holiday with this on my mind.
24/4/2014
15:18
silverlandfinance: There are two separate issues that have a direct relation to the share price. Firstly, Rosebunker where we are at the mercy of geopolitical issues and the company's ability to sort it out. This may take some time. Secondly, there is the company's trading on the other terminals. Here the management have been very tight lipped.If the company is trading well, it should announce it immediately rather than leave itself at the mercy of unscrupulous asset strippers and people who want to buy it on the cheap.
26/2/2014
20:27
loobrush: A few buys an up she goes as its should. To be realistic here the price today should be a minimum of 22p which was the Belphar bid price last year that was turned down. The company obviously now is in a much better position with the potential Rosbunker resolution and should have a share price higher than the Belphar bid price , in my view a minimum of 25 p. And lets not forget Belphar stil have something like a 28% shareholding. maybe Belphar are involved in the Rosbunker deal ? So a lot of risks now removed -some remain however the share price has yet to catch up with events in what could turn out to be a very rewarding situation. My opinion is that the share is cheap and a buy if you do not hold. Not that many in free float so will move fast on news.
05/12/2013
19:29
pantastic: All sounds very interesting indeed - as always, thanks for sharing. WRT Director buys - I actually agree with your logic however logic and the markets are two different things. Even the smallest of Director buys has, in the past, perked up the share price here. I, however, in this instance DO NOT want to see a Director buy right now for the very reason you mention - it would indicate that there's not an imminent bit of big/good news in the pipeline. I'd like to think that progress was being made now with Belphar now INSIDE the tent p*ssing outwards. I don't imagine his little black book is empty given his other business interests. I am holding onto the belief that 'no news is good news' whilst appreciating others may be becoming impatient. PAN is not a share for the impatient! I did a few dummy buys and sells for size around 2pm today to gauge MM sentiment as I don't believe Level 2 despite paying for the service and using it as a backup indicator (probably a waste of £20 I could better spend on beer?). Anyway... results of my survey are as follows: - Max buy was 91,000 shares at 19.99p (dropping to 19.4p if you only wanted 10k) Max sell was 67,000 shares at 19.00 (price same down to 10k) This is through Barclays Stockbrokers. I am aware that quotes have different in the past, especially via Selftrade and TDW. The 91k and 67k limits (found by trial and error) are greater size than they had recently wanted to play with so maybe the MMs are waking up all of a sudden? The (shortlived) mini shake the other day got my attention. PAN is no stranger to MM games. I'm not buying/selling or trading any PAN shares this side of May next year (unless RB is settled sooner in which case I shall consider my position) so you can imagine the panic earlier when I nearly accidentally bought 91,000 shares whilst stabbing different quantities into the screen trying to find the number that took me 'negotiated'. That was nearly an interesting and £18,000 lunchbreak! P.S. What do Rosneft want with a car park business? Bizarre....
03/11/2013
14:33
silverlandfinance: I have had time to reflect on the RNS's on Friday 1)The offer from Belphar seems an inside job by the 50% Russian shareholders of Rosebunker. It is their way of getting hold of the other 50% at no cost. They are not even interested in carrying out due diligence. What a white wash and a cynical excuse was given that"this may restrict its ability to deal in PAN'S Securities". As Mark 1000 mentioned "why would any one buy a business without any sort of due diligence suggesting they have inside knowledge of what they are buying." 2)The best way to deal with situation is for the company to adopt its most optimistic projections and come out with a robust unequivocal rejection of the bid and outlining in detail what they consider the assets of the company are worth and also its trading prospects in the next 2 years. As someone who has always been interested in stocks and shares, I value the shares at about 44p and they may be worth a lot more. 3)A perplexing matter is the situation of Hurley. Are the 16870505 shares(15.9%of the company) conditional or unconditional? The RNS states that Hurley have given a non-binding agreement to accept the remaining 5032863 shares(4.7% of the company) Why were they unconditional? in respect of the first tranche and non-binding in the 2nd? Are they sitting on the fence and can they be convinced to withdraw from their agreement in respect of the 1st tranche of shares? 4)The company must have received the proxies relating to the General Meeting on 1st of Nov. It is therefore in the unique position of knowing whether the resolution will succeed or not. It should use this information to its advantage and canvass vacillating institutions between now and Nov 18. I would love the share price to rise beyond 23p to persuade the likes of Hurley how stupid they are in accepting a silly and cynical offer of only22p
22/10/2013
00:45
nab2807: I suspect it's no coincidence that the offer price is 22p, the same level where Hepworth will be converting their shares. By setting the price at this level, it becomes a no-brainer for Hepworth to exercise their shares as they have a minimum offer price which is set at the same level at which they purchased. Anything above this guarantees an instantaneous zero risk profit. In fact, it may even be the case that Hepworth and Mr Shakhidi are working together particularly in light of Hepworth's request to have NED added to the board. I imagine this low-ball offer is also aimed at gauging levels of interest from various parties, in particular from Hurley and Utilico, the 2 other largest holders. Nevertheless even adding those 2 (which would constitute crystallising a considerable loss for Utilico) would not give him the 75% agreement he needs. Also by announcing this offer, Mr Shakhidi restricts his ability to buy more shares in the open market. Post the Hepworth share dilution, he will only hold 10.3% of the enlarged share capital which in principle he could have increased his holding gradually over time to just below 30% before announcing an offer. However he presumably also gauged that these shares are tightly held and liquidity is poor so that may have been a costly exercise. In the interim, I expect share price to hover somewhere slightly close to 22p. If it was a more serious and established bidder then the share price would be much higher in expectation that initial offer would be increased. Given he is a private equity investor, the end game is surely for him to take the company private. Things are certainly moving at pace for PAN
17/10/2013
13:16
pantastic: Some valid points there but we will have to agree to disagree on one of them: "this company is being kept afloat by regular slugs of equity" This isn't strictly accurate (from my understanding at least) and certainly when compared to other AIM companies who issue shares in cereal packets (see MTV Motive Television) and have never made a profit or indeed seen any significant turnover. Full list of BTC/PAN issues of equity since December 2010: - March 2013. £884k - ok the purpose of this one was unclear. I will give you that one - so let's take a look at the impact of this: - Added 4.5 m shares. Shares in issue now 106,325,110 up from 101,825,110 So this is 4% dilution. Not earth shattering. It caused a very short lived drop in share price that bounced back very quickly indeed. I think I managed to scoop up some of these cheap shares, as did many others. May 2012 - £950k - Dan Balt improvements. Partially funded by cash in bank. Good use of money as it increases throughput significantly. This was even more necessary now that we know that Monjasa are ramping up their use of PAN and we also have the other new 'European Major' contract signed. Not "to keep the company afloat". Feb 2011 - £258k (876k shares at 29.5 pence - remember that share price?!!) This was for consultancy fees. I imagine now, looking back, this was Rosbunker related. An exceptional item rather than paying the gas bill or increasing Directors' payroll. Not "to keep the company afloat". December 2010 - £4.1m - Ok this is a big one but it's for the acquisition of PBI Rotterdam. Therefore, once again, not to keep the company afloat. Now go look at the rest of AIM (in particular Motive Television) and then you'll see dilution of epic proportions. That's really not the case here at all. As I say, we'll have to agree to disagree on the issue of equity matter - unless I'm grossly misunderstanding the situation or have missed any RNSs.
07/9/2013
13:37
pantastic: This is such a different business with different customers to that which it was 3 years ago. The company has one loan, against Dan Balt that is very manageable. Prior to that it had little or none. Quite unusual for AIM. Cost control is tight too. The loan can be converted to shares. which were, until the other day, at a premium to the share price. The company has landed several deals recently, all with major companies - it no longer bothers itself with the little boys. The question about written off cash receivables was answered very assuringly at the AGM explaining the money owed was against the old business model not the current one. The company holds little inventory but holds customer stock such as oil which is security against amounts owed. If the customer does not pay they risk having their bills paid in oil as a last resort. Quite low risk for PAN. Rosbunker is priced in at £0.00. The market has written it off but the Company have more than one deal on the table to change that, with a self imposed deadline of April 2014. I am positive and confident as I have pretty much drawn a line through the pre-suspension business and view progress from that point forward. If you try doing that you might share at least some of my optimism but as always DYOR, YMMV and WTFDIK?!
04/10/2012
10:54
aaainvestment: Institutional investors have proved over many years to be supportive of BTC and now as PAN I see no reason why the company will have any problem raising expansion money. The real problem with PAN share price weakness has been PI's selling into any rise or getting bored of waiting IMO (same as with many AIM shares). One thing about the BoD is that they have never given shares to institutions at ridiculously high discounts or worked themselves into a financial corner, PI's have never panicked about funding and IMO we have no need to fear any capital raising as occurs in many AIM companies, for PAN I'm convinced we are now on a track for sustained expansion. I suspect this has a lot to do with Simon Escott having a very large shareholding - and so luckily for PI's his interests coincide with ours, directors that have none of their own money invested tend to happily issue shares like confetti. With a P/E ratio of around 3 and going forward with all the expansion it must be nearer 2 in 2013 - I'm prepared to hold my shares until the market recognises the real value of the company or some institution decides it's time to buy a slice of the company.
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