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Petrel Resources Daily Update: Petrel Res is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PET. The last closing price for Petrel Resources was 2.13p.
Petrel Res has a 4 week average price of 2.13p and a 12 week average price of 2.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.13p.
There are currently 99,681,992 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,107 shares. The market capitalisation of Petrel Res is £2,118,242.33.
fenners66: Highlights of the Chairman's Statement to the AGM of Petrel Resources Plc held In Dublin at 12 noon Monday 24th July 2017. Ø The focus of current activity is in the Porcupine Atlantic offshore Ireland And from Providence resources also in the Porcupine Basin:- "As per the pre-agreed and consented programme, the well is currently being plugged and abandoned after which the Stena IceMAX will be demobilised from Irish waters. " They had a deep water very expensive drill and found ....... WATER. Was that the long awaited announcement Maureen? After all the Clontarf stable makes a habit of trying to sell a good story by association. Providence share price down 65% in the last few months and by 99% over 5 years - seems the 2 companies have something in common
currypasty: maureen covill 17 Jul '17 - 20:03 - 4653 of 4666 3 2 I mentioned Clontarf last week as an imminent rise in share price, which will shortly happen but Petrel has taken short term priority, either way you will be very happy. was 4p, now 3p
cpap man: If you ever look at small cap oil & gas companies maybe take a close look at recently [Monday] fully listed [standard] United Oil & Gas [UOG] UOG are headed up by 2 ex Tullow Oil [TLW] boys Brian Larkin and Dr. Jonathan Leather MKT CAP is £6M with over half of that being in cash....UOG have 2 drills planned in the next 4 to 6 months with the 1st drill in October Obviously with their TLW connections the boys have some massive plans to take the UOG share price from pennies to £ pounds £
maureen covill: I mentioned Clontarf last week as an imminent rise in share price, which will shortly happen but Petrel has taken short term priority, either way you will be very happy.
henrylightningbolt: I have been reading up on Petrel Resources since my 200k buy last week. I am amazed at the lack of posts on this bulletin board, compared to other similar junior AIM listed oil companies. In the last 4 months there has been an average of only 1 post a day. I see from the chart that Petrel's share price peaked at around 25p at the end of 2012 when Petrel announced a "technical update on work done on its 100 per cent owned Quad 35 Licensing Options in the Atlantic Margin". Since then Petrel has teamed up with an Aussi Oil Major Woodside Petroleum & has a free 15% carry. David Horgan Petrel's managing Director said in the 12th November 2012 RNS that "Our recent work has identified a number of high-potential prospects, at least one of which, we believe, has a billion barrel potential". News flow from Petrel Resources has been incredibly limited & very slow & I would imagine that a lot of investors have sold up since then. 3 years & 6 months on who would blame them. Petrel Resources has a free 15% carry on its prospects so has no risk of needing to raise substantial capitol to fund exploration work. At the beginning of July 2016 3D work starts & you could expect Petrel's previous high of 25p 2 be tested when the RNS comes out saying something like Petrel Resources partners will today commence 3D seismic work on its Billion Barrel oil play in the Irish Waters. When that RNS comes out & it will, Petrels share price should go up considerably from what it is today in my opinion. U can imagine the excitement that will bring. The 3D work may show that the Billion Barrel field is not there & of course Petrel Resources' share price will plummet back 2 todays 4p or so. There was a lot of excitement in the papers some years ago regarding the potential Falkland Islands oil fields & this is starting up again. Read the article bellow. FOGL for example had a market cap of 300M pounds at one stage & is now suspended. Petrel Resources market cap is under 5M pounds. I think the Irish waters are just as exciting as those at the Falkland Islands without the Argentinian political risk. I think Petrel Resources will be an exciting play. Of course there will be a lot of coverage in the press. Petrel may get nothing out of Ghana or Iraq so it's Ireland or nothing 4 me. Quite how long I will hold I do not know. I'm sure I will make a profit otherwise I would not have bought would I. If the 3D work shows drill prospects then that would be exciting for any share holders still in.
the diddymen: A straight forward point that B6 was never going to happen, nor the telphone number figures that Hogwash claimed. The PET share price was a scandal that has cleaned out a number of innocent investors, and it is not just a case of caveat emptor.
mclellan: Potential players on this Irish prospect There are 12 in total but we can write off a few of these straight away. Chrysaor, Bluestack Energy, Two Seas Oil & Gas and First Oil Expro are all private companies. And Repsol is too large for anything that happens in the Irish Sea to make a lot of difference to the share price. So for our purposes this leaves: 1) PROVIDENCE RESOURCES (PVR): Mkt Cap £414m First up, there's Providence, run by 15% shareholder Tony O'Reilly. It has a share price of 644p and a stock market value of £414m, so is certainly not in the penny share category. Nonetheless, it is the leading mover in the Irish oil industry right now with an 80% stake in the Barryroe field, and a 16% stake in Dunquin. Providence has other licenses in the Irish Sea, the St George's Channel and the Celtic Sea, including confirmed Penny Sleuth | 3 discoveries. And it has a 32% stake in the Spanish Point gas condensate discovery 200km off Ireland's west coast. All of its projects are either at the exploration or appraisal stage. 2) SAN LEON ENERGY (SLE): Mkt Cap £109m San Leon has a 4.5% net profit interest in the Barryroe field which, calculated in September, has a net present value of $54.9m. Out in the Atlantic Margin it has eight licences covering over 1m acres. Amongst its prospects it highlights Benbaun in the North Porcupine Basin, which is analogous to the North Sea's 2bn barrel Buzzard field. The total combined audited gross on block 2C recoverable resources at Barryroe amounts to 346 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe). But San Leon is nothing if not diversified, and is about to become more so. Already it has projects in Morocco, France, Spain, Albania, Poland and Germany. And it will shortly merge with Aurelian Oil & Gas, which is mainly a tight gas play in Poland, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria. Neither San Leon nor Aurelian has any production to speak of, but the group will have a large and expensive exploration budget. This is hardly an ideal combination, and where the Irish assets will figure in the list of priorities is anybody's guess. 3) FASTNET OIL & GAS (FAST): Mkt Cap £70m Fastnet raised £10m through a placing of shares last May and the price has since risen from 11p to 25p, not least because of the involvement of a group of directors who previously had success with Cove Energy. Fastnet holds a 25% interest in a license offshore Morocco, where its best estimate of attributable resources is 184.9mmbo. And drilling could start before the end of this year. In Ireland it has an interest in a net profit bonus arrangement relating to the Connemara prospects off the south-west coast, and four offshore licensing options in the Celtic Sea. These are in the Mizzen and Molly Malone Basins where best-case scenarios suggest multi-billion barrel potential. Drilling, though, is not expected before early 2014, and the immediate focus will be on Morocco. 4) ANTRIM ENERGY (TSX: AEN, AIM: AEY): Mkt Cap £22m Shares of this Canadian oil company are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and on AIM. The core of the business is its interests in the North Sea where Antrim is already producing from the two small fields and has five more at various stages of development. It also has an interest in offshore Tanzania, while in Ireland's Atlantic margin licensing round it was awarded an area of approximately 1,409 square kilometres in the North Porcupine Basin. This is just to the north of the Dunquin prospect. Antrim has licensed and interpreted 2D seismic data and is planning a 3D seismic programme. Antrim does have some production. It also has cash while the proximity of its Atlantic margin licence to the Dunquin prospect means that it is bound to get caught up in the excitement of the latter's forthcoming drilling. 5) SERICA ENERGY (SQZ): Mkt Cap £39m Serica is another diversified oil junior. It is hoping to bring its Columbus Field in the UK North Sea into production in 2015. But first it needs to arrange finance. It is due to receive a deferred consideration for its former stake in the Norwegian Bream field once this gets into production, also hopefully in 2015. And it has a 25% interest in an Indonesian gas field where production is in decline. Beyond these, Serica has interests along the Atlantic margin from Namibia in the south, to Morocco and then in the north to the Rockall and Slyne Basins offshore Ireland. In total, it estimates aggregate unrisked net P50 prospective resources of over 1.25bn barrels of oil equivalent (boe) from these three zones. About one third of this figure covers Ireland. The most immediate prospect in Ireland is in the Slyne Basin, where oil was discovered in 2009. It lies 40km south of Shell's Corrib gas field. Serica and its partner RWE plan to drill a well in the Slyne Basin in 2014. 6) EUROPA OIL & GAS (EOG): Mkt Cap £12m Chief Executive Hugh MacKay said in the technical update in January "Success at either of our Irish prospects would... be transformative for Europa".. Historically, Europa has had a rather dull record featuring small UK onshore oil production and generally unsuccessful forays into Europe. It is forecasted to produce about 180 barrels per day from its UK fields, but it has two more exciting prospects. In southern France it has a gas project close to giant gas fields and is awaiting ratification of the government permit. This would allow it to open farm-out discussions for a drilling campaign. This project has been described as a company maker, but the significance of the Irish licences could be much greater. Europa has two licences, Mullen and Kiernan, in the South Porcupine Basin. It estimates mean resources at Mullen of 482mmbbl. At Kiernan, 2D seismic data recently put a figure of an estimated 1.612bn barrels in the case of oil. If there's gas, they reckon there could be 10tcf. MacKay warns that these are early days. The basin is immature and drilling in deep water is costly. This suggests that a 200mmbbl prospect is the minimum target size. On the 18th April Europa signed a farm-in deal with Kosmos Energy (NYSE: KOS) which committed to pay the costs of two wells Europa's CEO Hugh McKay also said "We understand that the Eirik Raude rig is in Irish waters to drill Exxon's Dunquin well. An exciting new chapter in the exploration of Ireland is starting and we are delighted to be part of it." 7) My favourite play: PETREL RESOURCES (PET): Mkt Cap £13m 'One billion barrels of oil found off the Irish coast' rang the headlines in November last year – a case of jumping the gun. What Petrel Resources' Managing Director in fact said was that "detailed modelling has outlined a one billion barrel potential on Quad 35, part of our 11/4 Licencing Option. Targets are vertically stacked (ie target zones are above and below one another) so that they could be penetrated by just one well". Headline writers might not understand the distinction between resource modelling and a confirmed find, and industry analysts did not give too much weight to this report. All the same, this estimate given to a conference in Dublin was a reminder that at the very least the geology of the Atlantic margin holds the promise for major oil and gas discoveries. In particular, oil finds elsewhere have drawn attention to the prospectivity of Cretaceous age rocks. The Jurassic-age zones accounted for the bulk of North Sea oil. But prospectors have largely been unsuccessful exploring the same zones off the coast of Ireland. Now though, discoveries in the Atlantic margin offshore Ghana and also off the Falkland Islands have raised fresh hope for Ireland's Cretaceous rocks. If you want to take a punt on Ireland's oil potential, I think your best bet is Petrel Resources, which has a potential return of 388%. It is run by the inveterate Irish optimist and explorer John Teeling along with David Horgan who has also been involved in several other natural resource companies. Historically, Petrel has focussed on Iraq. With 143bn barrels of proven reserves, another 300bn of possible reserves and low operating costs, the country is probably the world's best play in terms of prospects but one of the worst in terms of politics. Potential in Iraq and Ghana In Iraq, Petrel describes 'often uneconomic contracts due to state take, only service contracts offered, and a level of bureaucracy and general inertia which has resulted in the hydrocarbon law still not [being] passed nine years after the war.' Nonetheless, Teeling argues that politics changes but geology does not and consequently, although Petrel has not been successful with recent licence applications, it has kept hold of an interest in Block 6 in the Western Desert, originally awarded in 2002. Here 3,400km of seismic data has indicated the potential for multi-billion barrel finds of oil and gas, but no wells have been sunk. In mid-2012, Petrel appointed a new Baghdad/Amman-based team of Iraqi citizens to review the standing of and opportunities for Petrel in Iraq, but at present things seem to be stuck on hold. Petrel's second operation is offshore Ghana. Notably, through the giant Jubilee field, Ghana has become another hot spot for oil development, but again the issue is politics. Offshore block Tano 2A, covering 1,532km2 is held by a private Ghanaian company, which in turn is owned 60% by Clontarf Energy, 10% by local Ghanaian interests and 30% by Petrel. A Petroleum Agreement was signed between the parties and the Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) in March 2010, but this still needs parliamentary ratification. Petrel is very optimistic about this block. Seepages of oil have been recorded for a century. There are concerns that these might have originated from a different rock source to nearby discoveries but Petrel's technical team believes that they come from the same source that has charged the Jubilee field. Petrel and partners have analysed all the data and are ready to explore. It says that negotiations with the GNPC are continuing and that it has offered substantial security to guarantee a significant portion of the agreed work programme. But there is still deadlock. Faced with such intransigent political obstacles Petrel has come home to Ireland to take two licences in Quadrants 35 and 45 in the Porcupine Basin. Petrel analysed 19,000km2 of 2D seismic data prior to the licensing round to which it has added 3D seismic data that is currently being interpreted. It is on the basis of this work that Petrel has stated a 1bn barrel potential on Quad 35, and while it is yet to give any estimate for Quad 45, it has identified promising geological structures with a number of vertically stacked targets. Petrel is currently talking to potential partners. Northland Capital Partners says that these could be 'sizeable'. Already there is plenty of optimism for production from the Celtic Sea. And my choice for maximum potential reward is Petrel Resources. Of course this is a very speculative play. At present it has no production and it may never manage to bring any of its projects into production. It is not in control of political events in Ghana, where it awaits ratification of its license, or in Iraq. And if it is to proceed with exploration it will need to raise more money. However Petrel's valuation, at £13m, is amongst the lowest of the Irish Atlantic margin license holders and it has two major prospects that are close to Dunquin. Any positive movement on the political front in either Iraq or Ghana or success for the Dunquin well could bring a rerating. With a target price of 80p, BUY UP TO 22p. Petrel Resources five year share performance 2008 -60.09% | 2009 -40.66% | 2010 +3.7% | 2011 -75.89% | 2012 +144.44% | 2013 (Q1) -9.09% Epic code: PET Market: AIM Latest Bid/Mid/Offer: 16.13p/16.38p/16.63p Limit Buy Price: 22p Bid Break Even: 3% 12-month Price Target: 80p Shares in Issue (m): 76.66 Market Cap (£m): 12.6 Website: Risk Rating: High Normal Market Size: 5,000 52 week High/Low: 32.38p/4.13p
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