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Petroneft Share Price (PTR)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petroneft LSE:PTR London Ordinary Share IE00B0Q82B24 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.525p 2.35p 2.70p 2.525p 2.525p 2.525p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Oil & Gas Producers 12.3 -5.4 -0.8 - 15.49

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20/1/2016
16:46
seangwhite: Looks like DF did not call the bottom for the PTR share price. with his last purchase. This could be under 2p soon if any reasonable sized seller appears.Hopeless market in E&Ps for now and if the expected Sib increase in reserves is announced now the share price could even slip further on what should be good news.Funny old world.VGLTA
13/1/2015
13:45
rcturner2: Granto, look at the PTR share price chart above. There was a rise to 70p and then a crashing fall afterwards when the problems at Lin were revealed. The production facilities can handle up to 14k bopd a day, does that give you an idea of where they thought they might get to? The fields are poor, the fraccing failed and now they are trying horizontal drilling to try and get some decent production. It's 2 steps forward and 3 steps back here every time.
18/7/2014
11:59
denis black gold: seangwhite......you must hold a massive amount of shares or on the other hand you must envisage some substantial PTR share price appreciation over time if you "hope" that we can all live long enough to retire happy.... Like you i hope it works out well for all. However i wouldn't be putting a down payment on the Harley D just yet.....!!!!! GL2A
21/4/2014
07:43
gavinbell: can anybody check this calculation for farm out PTR (petroneft)? apparently worth between 20-40p and could be more. looking at chart, it seems on recovery now. its in here: hxxp://www.worldstocks.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8388#p81055 excellent news on the farm-out. (see RNS 17 April) licence 61 alone worth at least 21p (potentially 41p + ). licence 67 worth $$m should shale gas/oil being explored, will be worth $$m -------------------------- Licence 61 (which has 117m bbls per the website) - 50% of which has been farm out for total value $85m (ie £51m) - PTR now own 50% of 117m bbls ie 58.5m bbls After farm out, PTR has no DEBT. Previously, all revenues from production were used to pay off monthly debt payment. current production around 2400 bopd, and with DEBT free, all revenues now will go straight to PTR cash balance. (see calculation below) since wells are producing constant at 2400bopd, PTR is generating revenue after oil tax and opex at USD 7.7m per year ie total revenue after oil tax and opex in 20 years, attributable to PTR will be 7.7mx20 = USD 154m this USD 154m (ie GBP 92m) plus the value of farm out (£51m) = 92m+51m = GBP 143m is the value of PTR at the current production rate. even at 2400 bopd currently, PTR valuation of £143m (around 21p) is several multiple of current market cap of PTR of £45m (at share price 6.4p) if we are producing 4000bopd, we would be generating total revenue of USD 288m (around 41p worth). should we able to increase bopd, cash revenue will be much higher than that.see rough calculation below on revenue. its only rough and i have tried to make it as accurate as possible. if not correct, please let me know. also, below only revenue, so still have to take into account overhead and other things. on the flip side, the production will be way much longer than 20 years, depending on the bopd, until the total oil reserves depleted. ------------------------ referring to their sept 2012 presentation page 32 http://petroneft.com/upload/iblock/477/4779fd46957f9fc4f03b4332912e7778.pdf first 2000bopd: revenue per day after oil tax and opex = 16.74x 2000 = 33,480 next 400bopd: revenue per day after oil tax and opex = 23.24x 400 = 9,296 total revenue for the first 2400bopd per day = 33480+9296=USD 42,776 so, per mth = 42,776x30= USD1.283 million so per year = revenue after oil tax and opex = 1.283x12 =USD 15.399m ie value attributable to PTR per year = revenue after oil tax and opex = USD 15.399m x 50% = USD 7.7m if we are producing for at least another 20 years, so, total profit to PTR will be 7.7mx20 = USD 154m revenue after oil tax, and opex. --------------------------- note: the higher oil price, the higher revenue will be generated. the above calculation based on $105 per barrel (and domestic price of 45% of export price) assume production constant at 2400bopd. for additional 100bopd (after 2400bopd), PTR will generate revenue after oil tax, opex and debt, PER YEAR = 23.24x 100 x 360 days x 50%= USD 0.42m --------------------------- scenario 1: if PTR able to increase production to 3000bopd, PTR will generate revenue of = 7.7m+(0.42x6)= USD 10.22m per year if wells are producing for at least another 20 years, total profit to PTR will be 10.22x20= USD 204m revenue after oil tax and opex scenario 2: if PTR able to increase production to 4000bopd, PTR will generate revenue of = 7.7m+(0.42x16)= USD 14.42m per year if wells are producing for at least another 20 years, total profit to PTR will be 14.42x20= USD 288m revenue after oil tax and opex
21/4/2014
00:53
nash81: PTR worth 21p - 41p hxxp://www.worldstocks.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8388#p81055 excellent news on the farm-out. (see RNS 17 April) licence 61 alone worth at least 21p (potentially 41p + ). licence 67 worth $$m should shale gas/oil being explored, will be worth $$m -------------------------- Licence 61 (which has 117m bbls per the website) - 50% of which has been farm out for total value $85m (ie £51m) - PTR now own 50% of 117m bbls ie 58.5m bbls After farm out, PTR has no DEBT. Previously, all revenues from production were used to pay off monthly debt payment. current production around 2400 bopd, and with DEBT free, all revenues now will go straight to PTR cash balance. (see calculation below) since wells are producing constant at 2400bopd, PTR is generating revenue after oil tax and opex at USD 7.7m per year ie total revenue after oil tax and opex in 20 years, attributable to PTR will be 7.7mx20 = USD 154m this USD 154m (ie GBP 92m) plus the value of farm out (£51m) = 92m+51m = GBP 143m is the value of PTR at the current production rate. even at 2400 bopd currently, PTR valuation of £143m (around 21p) is several multiple of current market cap of PTR of £45m (at share price 6.4p) if we are producing 4000bopd, we would be generating total revenue of USD 288m (around 41p worth). should we able to increase bopd, cash revenue will be much higher than that.see rough calculation below on revenue. its only rough and i have tried to make it as accurate as possible. if not correct, please let me know. also, below only revenue, so still have to take into account overhead and other things. on the flip side, the production will be way much longer than 20 years, depending on the bopd, until the total oil reserves depleted. ------------------------ referring to their sept 2012 presentation page 32 (http://petroneft.com/upload/iblock/477/4779fd46957f9fc4f03b4332912e7778.pdf: first 2000bopd: revenue per day after oil tax and opex = 16.74x 2000 = 33,480 next 400bopd: revenue per day after oil tax and opex = 23.24x 400 = 9,296 total revenue for the first 2400bopd per day = 33480+9296=USD 42,776 so, per mth = 42,776x30= USD1.283 million so per year = revenue after oil tax and opex = 1.283x12 =USD 15.399m ie value attributable to PTR per year = revenue after oil tax and opex = USD 15.399m x 50% = USD 7.7m if we are producing for at least another 20 years, so, total profit to PTR will be 7.7mx20 = USD 154m revenue after oil tax, and opex. --------------------------- note: the higher oil price, the higher revenue will be generated. the above calculation based on $105 per barrel (and domestic price of 45% of export price) assume production constant at 2400bopd. for additional 100bopd (after 2400bopd), PTR will generate revenue after oil tax, opex and debt, PER YEAR = 23.24x 100 x 360 days x 50%= USD 0.42m --------------------------- scenario 1: if PTR able to increase production to 3000bopd, PTR will generate revenue of = 7.7m+(0.42x6)= USD 10.22m per year if wells are producing for at least another 20 years, total profit to PTR will be 10.22x20= USD 204m revenue after oil tax and opex scenario 2: if PTR able to increase production to 4000bopd, PTR will generate revenue of = 7.7m+(0.42x16)= USD 14.42m per year if wells are producing for at least another 20 years, total profit to PTR will be 14.42x20= USD 288m revenue after oil tax and opex
21/8/2013
08:54
rcturner2: wheresthemarket - It certainly was careful wording when they dropped reference to net pay in the Arb wells, which we find out later in the results was because it had dropped in the south of the field. The only thing driving the PTR share price is production (struggling to get up) and financing (needs some new cash/refinancing). If db thinks the existence of a 10 man tent on the arb field is relevant to the share price he is a fool.
12/11/2015
20:09
ningalooreef: Ravin, you mustn't be the sharpest knife in the drawer! You correctly predicted that the share price was heading to 3p and didn't sell up? Why not? I don't know about anyone else but when I come to the conclusion that the share price of a company I have invested in is going to go down I sell up. Unless of course you are just bad mouthing PTR day in day out because you're short?So which is it - short or stupid?
18/12/2015
15:28
saint27: Does anyone have any thoughts what natlata will be thinking or doing here? They have such a huge holding which they can't exit without completely decimating the share price so after another poor and disappointing rns do they go all in and make a bid? If they don't make an outright bid then hard to see what the point of their significant holding is. They have no board control either. Has anybody had any contact with natlata at all out of interest. The share price is literally on its knees so it wouldn't take much to tempt many to hand their shares over and look for other pastures
21/10/2015
08:24
seangwhite: I see Db has put his output spreadsheet up on Steels BB.The projection for 2015 year end together with the level of oil prices makes a grim scenario for us PTR holders.The inclusion of planned output on Sib is interesting as it will require investment to achieve and currently that will be hard for PTR to get in light of its share price.Let's hope the Saudis have a change of tactic!VGLTA
17/11/2015
11:16
crudde99: Nearly down 7% this morning. I feel that 2p is very reachable now... So unloved is Ptr. The bit I cant understand is WHY our largest Share holders are not jumping up and down with anger and causing a stink over this, or are they waiting for a 2p or 1p share price before making a bid for control..???

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