Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockhopper Exploration LSE:RKH London Ordinary Share GB00B0FVQX23 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +4.67% 28.00p 28.00p 28.25p 28.50p 27.25p 27.25p 3,645,369.00 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.7 -30.3 2.5 9.2 127.86

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2017
19:41
Well a reasonable amount os stock traded to be fair. Large than is usual of late which as previously discussed is a reasonable indicator of trend change. Brent down on the day but PMO also performing well which is also potentially indicative of positive funding sentiment. Personally today, my portfolio was positve...which is always nice on a FTSE -1.5% day.
thorpematt
17/1/2017
17:56
20p here did seem a rather low risk, high reward opportunity
stocktastic
17/1/2017
17:50
Great call sirmark
joshuam
17/1/2017
09:11
Wave...? A ripple more like!
toulouse le plot
16/1/2017
09:55
Here come the next wave of investors to take this back to 30p
sirmark
14/1/2017
03:08
The big risk is NOT finding a major to farm in... IMO. PMO do not (IMV) have enough experience to develop a major new development in a frontier area (although they did do a pretty good job of it in Vietnam - where I'd met a few of the project team). PMO's recent new development experience (Solan) is showing up some of their failings, although the ongoing major UK project (Catcher) does appear to be being better progressed, so perhaps they are now better positioned to progress FI. I'd still prefer to see one of the majors taking a slice... and this probably means BP or Shell. I'm not sure FIG would want to see a non-UK operator involved in this, their flagship, project. I'm of the opinion that much of PMO's debt restructuring is largely necessary due to their FI commitments and that this restructuring is determining how quickly they can actually progress it. But if the OP continues to firm up, and Catcher progresses as expected, then progress on FI may accelerate. A little too early to start buying in here (for me), and for those that are considering adding now, don't underestimate the difficulty in being the first to enter frontier region.
steve73
13/1/2017
19:30
BertymoleThe short term volatility overlies a sound long term prospect.30p by the month end!
bertymole
13/1/2017
10:06
Well there's a fair degree of volaitlity with most oil stocks at the moment so as ever one has to chose one's strategy and timescale carefully to suit. I am finding that with relatively small positions it is possible to trade readily but equally long term value is present too so buy and hold has velue too. PMO financing has always been the elephant in the room for RKH. Naturally that could switch at any time with the addition of a well-financed oiler as an additional partner (which would not necessarily be limited to a major)....not exactly lots around by historic standarsds of course.
thorpematt
13/1/2017
07:43
Yes, until then the share price with stay put.
chrisc168
12/1/2017
21:29
PMO have agreed deal. RNS in the morning regarding finance. Commentary from Tony Durant regarding ability to finance further expansion projects. Of course farm in partner still realistically the likely option prior to FID.
thorpematt
12/1/2017
16:44
We'll see mate !!!!28p
sirmark
12/1/2017
16:23
Keep ramping mate. The share price ain't going anywhere until PMO sort it self out.
chrisc168
12/1/2017
16:19
We're about to take out the 27p then the 28 will disappear in the blink of an eye and back to the 30's
sirmark
12/1/2017
15:52
The share price will shoot back up to £1+ once PMO sorts it's financing. Muppets.
chrisc168
12/1/2017
15:08
So undervalued
sirmark
12/1/2017
15:07
A big push due back to the 30's
sirmark
12/1/2017
13:22
Told you so, Muppets.
chrisc168
12/1/2017
09:50
GOM.. i'd love a share price of £4 but a mcap of £2 billion? considering its highly likely that rocky will lose another chunk of sealion in the next farmout I just can't see it sadly. Must stay postive lol!
robpuguk
12/1/2017
09:33
Dont think so Currypasty, they had given their estimated year end balance including the insurance payout. The drop is due to PMO stating the Tolmount development is next for them not Sealion (tho tbh we all knew that anyway). Need someone to swoop in and take PMO's stake off them... we've seen how quick this can move up on not much happening...
robpuguk
12/1/2017
09:20
The value of the settlement is $90 million (after deductions) on a gross basis. Rockhopper's share of such proceeds is approximately $49 million, of which $16 million had been received as at 30 June 2016. The balance of proceeds is expected to be received before the year-end. update on this due ?
currypasty
12/1/2017
09:05
PMO trading update sounds a bit bland on the Falklands front
pistonbroke1
12/1/2017
08:27
I have no idea why USB buying 1.5 mil RNS should drop the price, so ive bought a few at 25.3p.. perhaps they are trying to buy more ?
currypasty
11/1/2017
11:30
It moved a lot yesterday on nothing and profit taking I expect the to come back down to 24/25p and then another rally I expected it to fall back quite a bit today so not overly worried some might say sell and get back in at 24p and then take the rally back to the 30's bank for profit but all risky
sirmark
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