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President Energy Plc LSE:PPC London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 1P
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  +0.125p +1.61% 7.875p 7.50p 8.25p - - - 347,345 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 6.8 -12.7 0.0 - 75.10

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President Energy Daily Update: President Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPC. The last closing price for President Energy was 7.75p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.51p and a 12 week average price of 5.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 14p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.50p.
There are currently 953,597,617 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 685,475 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £75,095,812.34.
brasso3: IC After surviving the worst of last February's oil price rout, President Energy (PPC) sailed through the rest of 2016 in fine fettle with its share price rebounding from a low of 5p to 13p. But then a drilling failure precipitated a funding crisis and November's unexpected $20m (£16m) equity fundraising at 6p and loan restructuring. Executive chairman Peter Levine, who funded the debt-for-equity part of the transaction, believes that his company has been unduly set back by third-party service providers, and is now proceeding with legal action. We feel President - which boasts low-cost production in the US, high-growth assets in Argentina, experienced management and now a reinforced balance sheet which is expected to show $8m net cash at the year-end date - should be trading much higher than 7p a share.
brasso3: Malcy write up:- President Energy An operational update from PPC this morning from Puesto Guardian where the company announce the successful working over of the 2nd previous producing well the DP1001. The Puerto Guardian concession is already producing 750 b/d which will drop a little to 600-650 b/d after initial flush production but is already very encouraging. The programme continues next week, delayed slightly by heavy rains in the area and the three well frac programme is next, I am confident that yet more barrels will be added to production. It is worth taking a further look into the value of PPC as a recent upgrade in its reserve position in Argentina appears to have had little impact on the share price. With 1P oil reserves up 9% to 12 mmboe and 2P reserves up 10% to 19.9 mmboe (and mostly oil) the group when you add in Louisiana exceeds 20m barrels of 2P oil equivalent and is valued at a fraction of that. As Peter Levine points out, this reserve position ‘is comparable to companies whose market cap is a multiple of President’s’ and also in my view, the market has yet to catch up with this value inconsistency. The 2017 workover programme that is delivering success after success is indeed a key factor to increasing the important production to reserves ratio, when that is understood by the market the shares will surely rebase in an upwards direction. Http://
utsushi: The stock to me feels ready to move higher, providing news flow remains positive-DP12 work-over was successful, and partially proves the work-over concept for Puesto Guardian, the 2P upgrade to 20m is helpful, as further work-over results come in, DP1001 well next, should most likely be modestly successful, +100 bopd perhaps would be a good result, and so on, the share price should be gradually squeezed up-trade is frequently thin and the share price movement irregular. Comparative valuations are useful, Andes Energia(AEN) Plc for example has a Market Capitalization of £210m on 2P 25m, and daily production of 3,200 bopd.
chopper harris1: Consolidation in the current climate will be the penultimate nail in the PPC coffin, in my opinion. Share consolidation is the last refuge for failing companies that have issued bucket loads of shares over a period of time to raise money and have little or no gain to show for it. 60p a share (based on a 10:1) might look enticing but for serial fundraisers like PPC it will be the green light to raise more funds at those prices. And if their operational "bad luck" was to continue then, before you know it, we'll have a quarter billion, then half a billion, then a billion shares in issue again. And our current holdings will be next to worthless. How many remember the 6:1 consolidation back in early 2009. The reason given at the time was that it would make PPC more attractive to institutional investors. My quess is that PL was already making overtures about coming on board at that time and that the consolidation by Steve Gutteridge was a pre-condition for PL's involvement. That consolidation left about 16 million (yes, 16 million!!!!!) shares in issue and took the share price from 4p to 24p (ah, 24p....we can but dream). Later that same year PL came on board with a large investment in a huge placing at 25p a share, when they'd been trading at 60p (largely based on the Australian pipe dream) just the previous day. Since then PL, to his credit, has continued to pump his own money into the company via a series of placings, which has culminated in nearly a billion shares in issue. Yes, the company has a much larger portfolio of assets than it had in 2009. But those in Paraguay and Argentina have proved to be disappointing and highly problematic at best. And it is quite ironic that, given the huge amounts of funds arguably wasted in South America, pound for pound our most consistent and reliable contributor to the PPC coffers continues to be the good old plodding assets in the USA, which were acquired before the dawn of the PL era. As an O&G man, Swampy knows what he's talking about and one of his posts is worth hundreds of posts from the likes of Piperpeter, rizzzla and even Zengas. When he points out the lack of anything really operationally meaningful on the horizon then that should be very concerning for us all, because a bout of expensive workovers following on from previous bouts of workovers which have produced questionable results,doesn't bode too well for the future. Won't be long before the next placing to fund the next pipe dream that's going to turn us into a mid cap company (LOL!!!!).
brasso3: I bought in to LGO today at 0.142p. There are a lot of comparisons with LGO and PPC. Similar revebues, lots of shares in issue, unloved, failed to live up to the hype etc. PPC Share Price = 6p Shares in issue 1b Mkt Cap = £60m Production = <700 BOPD LGO Share Price 0.15p Shares in issue 7b Mkt Cap = £10m Production = >500 BOPD PPC is embarking on a workover campaign where it will workover old wells at $1m per well with an aim of achieving 70 - 90 BOPD increase per well. However, previous experience tells us that 25 BOPD per well is optimistic at the PG concession. That is $14k per BOPD at the 70 BOPD target. LGO is embarking on a drilling programme that will see 10 wells sunk at $500k each to depths of around 1200 - 1500 feet (12 day drilling time). The previous wells returned 30 day IPs of 50 - 100 BOPD. LGO is targeting 50 BOPD per well. That is $10k per BOPD at the 50 BOPD target. My money would be on LGO to achieve what they are targeting and PPC to fall short.
brasso3: Good post Chopper (12061). With oil looking like its on the turn maybe this will take some pressure off the PPC share price. Really bemused about the recent 5 well workover campaign in Argentina as I was starting to think we understood these old shut in wells.
chopper harris1: Zengas, Not quite reached the stage where I require charitable handouts, thanks. Yet!! You've got this company horribly wrong in the past, one of those times being very recently. What makes you think it's going to be so different this time around? The money raised is a drop in the ocean compared to past funds raised and they've managed to spend all that with very little to show for it in terms of increased production. You have also been one of the chief scorn merchants in the past when some have suggested placings being required and have envisaged the scary amount of shares that we could end up with in issue. That scenario has all but arrived, unfortunately. I've always been of the opinion that when a company ends up with a billion shares in issue through regular placings then it has reached "basket case" territory. This is last chance saloon for PPC now. If they blow this latest lot of cash with next to nothing to show for it then they're finished. Or, to be more exact, current shareholders will be all but finished. The company will still go on, producing their (admittedly) well-crafted RNSs, which are very good at dressing failure up as success. If the company's business was in positive RNS writing and not in O&G then we'd all be very wealthy people. We can look forward to a share consolidation next year, I reckon, designed to make fools think that the consequent higher share price is a mark of the company's success. Shall we say a 10:1 this time. That would leave just under a 100m shares in issue with the share price around 60p. Could a serial fund raiser like PPC resist the opportunity of raising even more money at that price, especially if their most recent efforts have ended up in the same way as their previous efforts and the total boepd is still in the pitiful category. And so it goes on, with one dollop of dilution after another.
zengas: Anyone keeping tabs on Parex ? – the share price at Fridays close 19th Aug is now $15.70 so translates to a m/cap of £1.41b ( or £1.5b fully diluted). I believe there’s more to come with Parex but it demonstrates what could be done with another 60 mmboe P2 South American reserves for PPC from a target resource of 3 billion boe (pro-rata would give a share price in excess of 220p for PPC fully diluted if we were to play catch up re reserves/production to Parex). If we were part successful on the 130 mmboe risked gas/condensate leg – same target and depth in the Huamampampa MDT as another in Salta province which flowed 2,000 bls condensate and 7,000 boepd gas (post 11435) - that’s the sort of success which would imo spur the company on to a future valuation as strong as Parex. For now, the immediate priority is is getting successfully over this current 3 well horizontal programme. Parex: - Quarterly oil production averaged 28,913 barrels of oil per day. Combined oil and natural gas production for the quarter was 29,136 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d); Brent oil prices averaged approximately $41.21/bbl Wells drilled: Jacana-3 (producing), Jaruki-1 (dry & abandoned) and Bacano-1 (abandoned due to mechanical failure; did not reach target depth) Parex remains debt free and exited the Second Quarter with $97.5 million in working capital and a $175 million undrawn bank credit facility. 81.7 mmboe P2 (7.8 years production life – needs to find 11 mmboe new reserves/year to replace production) 151.7m shares/161.4m fully diluted. 19th Aug close = $15.70 so translates to a m/cap of £1.41b ( or £1.5b fully diluted at $1cdn = 59.5p ex/rate).
brasso3: A lot can happen in 4 weeks! PPC share price is down 30% over that period. Was there not a well under maintenance or does that take 4 weeks to rectify? Worth spending £50 on an RNS and keeping the market up to date IMO.
zengas: Just before the 1st well spud in Paraguay, PPC acquired the 5% interest held by LCH in Pirity. They got $250k cash and 10.206m shares at 35p = total of about $5.5m. They also are entitled to a further $5m worth of shares if a commercial discovery is made which will be calculated at 35p. They also have an option for 4.252m warrants that they can buy at 47p by 12th September 2016. VRY now give up 36% for less than the total cost that PPC paid LCH for just 5%. LCH may or may not have sold it shares but if it still has them they are worth $1.5m at todays PPC share price and ultimately has a much better beneficial interest than VRY will ever have - LCH also can benefit from any upside in Puesto Guardian, Martinez del Tineo deep prospect/farmout, Hernandarias and Pirity whereas VRY can't - only benefitting by a 3% net revenue interest on any production at Pirity. LCH benefit if a commercial discovery is made even if it doesn't enter production. Who did the better deal in terms of risk ? - LCH most definitely imo. They had just 5% and now find they are worth more than VRY who have had to give up its 36%. Will the small HC S.A with 20% in Hernandarias consider the above going forward ?
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