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
  -2.50p -3.82% 63.00p 63.00p 63.25p 65.75p 63.00p 64.75p 5,491,190.00 16:29:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 796.4 -316.3 19.4 3.3 321.82

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Premier Oil Daily Update: Premier Oil is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PMO. The last closing price for Premier Oil was 65.50p.
Premier Oil has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 510,823,666 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Oil is £321,818,909.58.
anony mous: The oil price and pmo share price are total disconnect at the moment.It's all about the final finance deal being signed and done on the dotted.
marvin9: The thing that is killing the PMO share price is the delay in the finance deal. Is this normal for a company to delay it for so long?
manics: I quite agree that Tony doesn't care (to a degree) what the share price is. He has said, as have PMO IR, that the current share price doesn't reflect the value of the company -and they're right. No share price reflects the absolute value of a company because it has market sentiment included. It's why huge enterprises such as Barclays or Glaxo might be 'worth' 5% more this week than they were prior, on no news. It's why you get takeovers at premiums or discounts. Sentiment is extracted and you (only then) get the absolute value as a remainder. As long as the company doesn't need to raise new equity (or d-4-e) then the share price doesn't much matter (outside of heat from stakeholders). We PI's of course are impatient and want the share price at £2.00 next week. The BOD have the complete bigger picture, can see the long game and are playing accordingly. The share price movements, the frustration (which I share) and the delays all seem horrendously unfair to us but that's in part down to our own impatience -as I say, me included. We have to accept that if we want to buy shares we'd like to sell at £2 for 70p today, that sentiment now remains in the toilet. If it was all a given today and everyone was pumped on PMO once again, you might sell at £2 right now ;)
bakedbean57: Broad split on PMO share price for the % of poo movement... Volume out the traps not maintained today unfortunately
gloucester rugby: A Tale of three Companies. With PMO I regularly compare to peer group to see current and future reaction to share price Tullow and Ithaca are two such comparisons. Ithaca has or will have, production around 25% or so of 2017 PMO production ( ie 20 -25 k BoPD Compared to PMO 80-90 BoPD) (When Solan is at plateau capacity) and Tullow has, or will have 25% greater 2017 production ( 90 - 100K BoPD) Debt wise Ithaca has circa $600m reducing , and Tullow $4.2bn , like PMO at $2.8bn looking to reduce from this quarter. OPEX costs for Ithaca in the round are similar or slightly higher than PMO, Tullow at about $5 per barrel cheaper. Taking into account reserves and future drilling campaigns etc... which currently have limited inherent value, why is PMO approximately 20% lower in share price than Ithaca and only 10% or so of the share price of Tullow?. It cannot be the respective debt to EBITDA as the difference is only marginal. It can in my opinion be only one thing and that is the lack of clarity over debt refinancing. Ithaca had significant delays with Stella and cost over runs, Tullow had significant issue with Ten. No I genuinely believe that PMO has been singled out because of fear over the refinancing. It is a binary bet, if we believe the management that Financing is at last only weeks away and at pretty decent terms, then a significant re rating needs to happen for PMO to equalise risk/reward within its peer group. For me the key is that the management will have to hand over exploration control to the creditors. That , with the managements history , is gold dust. Financial discipline and a plan is key. So assuming end of year term sheet tie in. 2017 $50-$55 oil and 2018 $55-$60 . PMO should have net debt down to around $1.9bn and EBITDA of under 3 and a share price of around £3.00. This will equate to approximately 50% of current Tullow Share valuation and 3 x,s Ithaca. So seeing both peer companies at different production levels Ithaca soon circa 20-25k BoPD and Tullow circa imminently 90K-100k BoPD with respective debt levels gives me huge comfort that if the market can value as they are, in the current climate, then PMO should, all things being equal, see a significant re rating post finance tie up. GR
fsawatcher: it woz a build but there was a big draw on distils and minor one at cushin that least of pmo worries debt holders gonna like enquest deal and tell pmo that wot they want pmo to raise £100mil at 60p? wot you reckons? i fink you see a deal annouce soon coz pmo share price start fallin on that news
hpcg: Leoneobull - did you read the article in the oil price link? As Bloomberg reports, despite what Hall called a “miserable month" for oil in July, supplies are still shrinking, he said in his letter, setting up prices to reverse themselves. “Prices are now back at levels that would ensure the eventual bankruptcy of most of the oil industry", hammering both private oil companies and producing countries like Iraq, Nigeria and Venezuela, Hall said. “Prices at current levels are just not sustainable." .... Last August/September oil prices exploded 25 percent in just a few days as options markets were manipulated (chatter at the time was Hall faced big losses and used call volume to squeeze a heavily short positioned market) to create the most violent reversal ever in crude... ... In other words, the moment the contango got big enough to be profitable, everyone started loading oil back again on to tankers... hoping to earn a modest yield on the carry trade. But this kind of demand is temporary (as the chart above shows). So the speculation is that the oil price is being moved by speculation. This is noise though, the relative balance of supply and demand is the signal. So for example, if the cotango trade is on then in 6 months time a wall of oil being loaded for storage at see gets offloaded - not coincidentally likely to cause another low in oil in Feb 2017. The strip 6 months out on CME gives a much better rolling average price. Today it is: Oct 2016 44.16 Nov 2016 44.51 Dec 2016 45.08 Jan 2017 45.56 Feb 2017 45.86 Mar 2017 45.15 <----- httP:// That last figure, March 2017, was down 25c whilst the rest were up a dollar. That is real oil being bought and sold forward. It is going into ships to be offloaded to the holder of the contract. It is going to anchor the price because spot demand in February is going to be much lower than the previous months. Which means in turn prices are keener in January. So the question for PMO and PMO lenders, is what does that $45 spring 2017 do for PMO finances and ability to pay back. So whilst the PMO share price is likely to go up tomorrow - Brent was only halfway through its move when London closed, this is not the same as where will the PMO price be in Feb 2017.
marvin9: Ladybug, u talking to me???? Look it was a little bit of fun.. wind up.. you have an unusual passion for tug boats and that's your fetish.. If you filter me I will miss them little pics and arrows you post several times a day. Not sure what they mean but they do add some colour to a depressing page showing the crash and burn of the PMO share price. Common buddy up
ibug: In the meantime here is some industry sector news: Oil, Gas Roundup 8 July 2016 | 16:09pm htTp:// At 4:09pm: [LON:AEX] Aminex PLC share price was -0.08p at 1.28p [LON:AUR] Aurum Mining PLC share price was 0p at 0.9p [LON:BOR] Borders Southern Petroleum PLC share price was +0.01p at 1.88p [LON:CHAR] Chariot Oil Gas Ltd share price was +0.1p at 5.63p [LON:ENQ] EnQuest Plc share price was +0.38p at 29.88p [LON:GKP] Gulf Keystone Petroleum share price was +0.28p at 4.38p [LON:GPX] Gulfsands Petroleum PLC share price was 0p at 3.13p [LON:INDI] Indus Gas Ltd share price was -4.87p at 217.63p [LON:NTOG] Nostra Terra Oil Gas Company PLC share price was -0.25p at 2.38p [LON:PANR] Pantheon Resources PLC share price was -1.62p at 132.63p [LON:PET] Petrel Resources PLC share price was +0.63p at 7p [LON:RKH] Rockhopper Exploration PLC share price was -0.75p at 32.75p [LON:RPT] Regal Petroleum PLC share price was -0.01p at 3.87p [LON:XEL] Xcite Energy Ltd share price was +0.19p at 8.81p [LON:XTR] Xtract Resources Plc share price was +0.01p at 0.11p Story provided by
marvin9: I think I have stumbled upon why PMO share price has crashed and burned over the last week: They have bought a new Tug Boat to rush up oil production: hTTps:// LadyBug Squealed with delight: hTTps://
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