Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
President Energy Plc LSE:PPC London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.125p 10.00p 10.25p - - - 266,685 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 8.0 -16.6 -2.0 - 103.30

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21/11/2017
08:20
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 10.13p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.88p and a 12 week average price of 6.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 12p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.50p.
There are currently 1,020,254,127 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 723,724 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £103,300,730.36.
25/10/2017
09:44
piperpeter: I would imagine that as the institutions are aware of the level of profit expected soon, plus the payment of dividends in the foreseeable future, they would be accumulating as many shares as they can at these bargain prices. And aside from the institutions that we know are invested here, I can't believe there aren't other institutions holding shares, but below the level to necessitate a declaration. With the growth story about to unfold here at President Energy, how many institutions and PI's will look back to this period of the development of PPC, in the foreseeable future, wishing they'd bought many more when the share price was 'only' 10p? Pp.
20/10/2017
11:01
super y: Malcy's latest take on the placing and again very encouraging. "There is something in the water in the square mile as during his roadshow Peter Levine has run into people seemingly very keen to invest in the company and I can’t blame them. Today PPC launch a £6.1m raise at 10p and a €5m open offer, also at 10p which given my recent published views on the company’s prospects also looks very attractive. Peter Levine’s vehicle is not adding at this stage as the panel would have required a mandatory bid for the company but his vehicle, PLLG will convert debt to a level of a 29.9% equity holding which will reduce the company’s costs and strengthen the balance sheet. The raise will give PPC further opportunities to buy more production and likely accelerate the existing work programme in Argentina. With the continent so full of opportunities and many companies looking to invest in the area, PPC has achieved a valuable early mover status and should be rewarded for it. The recent share price movement is only the start of a fully blown re-rating for the company."
20/10/2017
09:57
rizzzla: There is something in the water in the square mile as during his roadshow Peter Levine has run into people seemingly very keen to invest in the company and I can’t blame them. Today PPC launch a £6.1m raise at 10p and a €5m open offer, also at 10p which given my recent published views on the company’s prospects also looks very attractive. Peter Levine’s vehicle is not adding at this stage as the panel would have required a mandatory bid for the company but his vehicle, PLLG will convert debt to a level of a 29.9% equity holding which will reduce the company’s costs and strengthen the balance sheet. The raise will give PPC further opportunities to buy more production and likely accelerate the existing work programme in Argentina. With the continent so full of opportunities and many companies looking to invest in the area, PPC has achieved a valuable early mover status and should be rewarded for it. The recent share price movement is only the start of a fully blown re-rating for the company.
17/10/2017
21:49
brasso3: I do not see so many shares being in directors/ institutional hands as being all that positive. It creates liquidity issues and if one of those institutions decides to sell will cause a large overhang. Around 70% of PPCs stock has been tied up with institutions and PL for several years and the share price has not benefited from this.
12/10/2017
19:57
brasso3: Nice position (today) but not 1 month ago when the share price was bouncing off 6p. The 150k shares I sold were at a small loss so and my average before the sale was just under 9p. I see 12p - 13p as the next resistance level so will reduce my holding at that point. At 12p PPC will be too large a cash percentage of my portfolio so it is also sensible to reduce exposure.
04/10/2017
11:46
brasso3: PPC will not be paying any dividends while they have $33m in debt. I believe PL has made that comment to divert attention away from his failure to improve the share price.
12/12/2016
18:23
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.
30/11/2016
22:36
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.
30/10/2015
17:15
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.
08/10/2015
08:59
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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