Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Oil LSE:PMO London Ordinary Share GB00B43G0577 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -2.99% 65.00p 64.25p 64.75p 67.50p 62.50p 67.50p 19,893,745.00 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 724.3 -563.0 -146.7 - 332.04

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04/12/2016
22:10
http://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Big-Oil-Earnings-To-Explode-In-2017.html
leoneobull
04/12/2016
22:07
big week ahead, im close to Premier's activities, news coming soon
chutes01
04/12/2016
21:13
Time you rounded up some longing scum to head them off?
ny boy
04/12/2016
19:11
Good spot leon this share wood be a £1 plus if it wasn't for the shorting scum
asa8
04/12/2016
11:38
Those short might want to reflect that pmo was a £1.8 billion Ftse 250 in 2013http://www.retailbondexpert.com/Blog/Commentary/2013/11/For-Your-Eyes-Only-Mr-Bond-in-Conversation-with-Premier-Oil-Finance-Director-Tony-Durrant/
leoneobull
04/12/2016
10:44
http://www.retailbondexpert.com/Blog/Latest-News/2016/11/Good-News-for-Bondholders-as-Premier-Oil-Closes-in-on-Refinancing-Deal/
leoneobull
04/12/2016
10:27
So the only thing you can believe in - is that the Saudi balance sheet is looking a little desperate. Has to be, with the POO having been this low for so long. And they aren't the only ones.
the house of brexit
04/12/2016
10:24
Think people have talked Brexit to death, can we get back to the discussion of PMO, my little chicks
weewillywinky
04/12/2016
10:18
Paul, just admit we're going out. Whats difficult to grasp about that, all the rhetoric in the world wont change that. We WILL have control over our borders and we WILL control the levels of immigration closer to what we want - not what is dictated to us. We will obey laws passed in Westminster not by cowboys in Brussels. We will have the opportunity of negotiating free trade with the rest of the world - whats not to like?
fireplace22
04/12/2016
09:41
Fireplace we haven't left yet.....every time the UK government talks of leaving the single market the pound goes down 5 to 10 per cent, every time it talks about staying the pound rises. Not difficult to grasp
paulbiya
04/12/2016
09:39
A bit like the prediction that we would be able to channel in £350m to the NHS, or that Brexit would reduce immigration, which has increased again, with the Home office also concluding that the 3.5million Europeans in the U.K will be allowed to stay
paulbiya
04/12/2016
09:39
Sorry what was the actual plan?
bakedbean57
04/12/2016
09:16
Most remainers I know were basing their decision on fear, coated with complacency - hence the lies. End of.
the house of brexit
04/12/2016
08:49
deanroberthunt.. yes.. I have made so much dosh I have become blue again, maybe more to do with this one possibly building a base, after the 48p double bottom.
ny boy
04/12/2016
08:43
Quite right Paulbiya, the remain campaign prediction of immediate economic disaster has been shown to be an outrageous lie.
fireplace22
04/12/2016
08:29
The media attacks on PMO remind me of Brexit. Ill informed debate with vitriolic views whipped up by a hateful press
paulbiya
04/12/2016
08:05
Pig dog . No catcher due q4 amigo
paulbiya
04/12/2016
08:04
From LSEMarket CapSat 21:52IAE have a greater market Cap than PMO and they are currently producing only 9,000 bpd. Before someone shouts "stella" even when that comes on-line ( recent RNS confirmed delays until early 2017 due to electrical problems) they will still only be producing circa 30,000 bpd. Before someone shouts "debt" PMO's debt ratio to Current production is actually better than IAE's. If you multiply UP IAE's production to equal that of PMO's and you use the same multiplier for their debt (current $500m) - it would give IAE just under $4billion debt which is more than PMO's current debt. Food for thought -
paulbiya
03/12/2016
17:56
I'm happy to see the volume levels here as well, at one point we were feeling like a Zombie stock in waiting. I didn't appreciate the Media combined short attack at all but it has drawn attention and with it volume, combine that with a positive momentum and stability in POO sets it in the starting blocks nicely...
bakedbean57
03/12/2016
14:32
Is the BW Singapore Shipyard production vessel for Catcher Field, due for arrival march - June .
pugdog
03/12/2016
13:44
If you want to beat the market with superior gains then by definition you have to prove the market wrong imo. In my view there's enough evidence (at least, mounting evidence) that PMO is going to come out of what has been a devastating downturn. It's going to survive it. At what level is PMO still priced to fail? 19p? 50p? -100p? I understand there's remaining risk because Premier hasn't yet delivered surety (through fundamentals and financing) so whilst a discount may apply how great should it be? What Premier has confirmed is a company operationally geared for growth (primarily Catcher). It's delivered a complete OPEX remodelling, proactively and with the help of GBP, that will stimulate fundamentals and at pace (given the chance. I believe OPEC is extending that chance). The root issue has been 'the glut'. This put OPEX, debt, the whole balance sheet out of whack. I have to believe (given new OPEC evidence) 2017 will see this subside in real terms and positive sentiment return the the oil markets as a consequence. Though Tony has frustrated some over the months, to their credit, his team have been busy making sure that *IF* the sector opens the gates for the survivors, then Premier will come out sprinting. OPEC has hopefully turned a more pleasing light onto the refinancing from the lending group's perspective, and I look forward to that firm survival evidence hopefully by end of month. If I'm right Premier could offer strong returns for the mid-term investor. That's why I increased by around 20% last week (which will carry no gravitas to anyone reading this). There's (still) just too much caution here imo -which is great for buyers. They'll be ups and downs and trades and shorts and longs, though if we're at point A now, arrival at point B in a year or so could be quite special imo.
manics
03/12/2016
11:35
hey even NY Boy AVATAR is blue, must be a sign....and/or it's all that extra dosh from the short meant he could afford the premium subscription.... crikey, if TD and his pals can find a way not to wipeout shareholders this could be 100p+ in a blink...
deanroberthunt
03/12/2016
11:20
http://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Non-OPEC-Producers-To-Cut-An-Additional-600000-Bpd-Next-Week.html
paulbiya
03/12/2016
11:04
https://youtu.be/sZhX3H2jzSoPOO could hit 70 by July 2017
paulbiya
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