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03/12/2016
08:20
Sound Energy Daily Update: Sound Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SOU. The last closing price for Sound Energy was 77.25p.
Sound Energy has a 4 week average price of 78.95p and a 12 week average price of 83.64p.
The 1 year high share price is 102p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.75p.
There are currently 618,309,318 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,218,175 shares. The market capitalisation of Sound Energy is £469,915,081.68.
05/11/2016
09:44
buffythebuffoon: It's fascinating how people can switch from appearing educated to being an ignorant lout in the space of a few hours. I wonder how motivated Brian would be to entertain giving time to someone if he read the posts here? We do have spells where the posts are interesting and constructiveand educating, then we seem to lapse into what we've had recently. Going back to the investment case, let's not beat about the bush. There is a lot of forward looking value in the price. That's not wrong, that's what markets do. To suggest as JAKNIFE has, that we are massively overvalued is at best misguided, at worst manipulative. Every investor has to look after himself, but there will be some who are spooked by posts suggesting the share price is massively ahead of itself. Let's look at the uncertainties, and there are quite a few of course. I guess we need to start with what is probably the foundation for everyone, JP's statement that every tcf is worth £1 net to SOU. Do we all understand that to mean that for every tcf on Tendrara announced, our 27.5% share is worth £1 on the share price? A minority, as far as I can tell, seem to think it means that every 1tcf NET is worth £1 on the share price Regardless of which you believe (and I would like to know what you think) have you actually done a calculation to satisfy yourself that you understand why he is saying that? We have PROVED up very little as of now. Until we do, it's all hope value in the price. That doesn't mean we aren't very confident that we will prove up a huge amount more. We have quite a bit of work to do. Having said that, the ducks are all lining up as perfectly as they could possibly do at this stage. If we wait until we have found gas in the paleozoic and have successfully drilled TE9, found gas at Badile, appraised Sidi Mokhtar and progressed Meridja, we won't be able to buy at 75p will we? So what is SOU worth when the market opens on Monday morning. Is it just worth the £51m on the balance sheet plus some small amount of hope value, as jaknife suggests. What do think it's worth JAKNIFE? Are you actually shorting this, and from what price, and with what target? Why not lay your cards on the table? You don't post on this board very often, if ever. Why not stay a little longer and explain. You're and educated chap, why not engage, rather than throw in a few confrontational one liners. Perhaps we can discuss the valuing of Oil and Gas companies, SOU in particular, the board, their style of management and engagement with private investors? I have a fairly large investment and am very relaxed that I will make very good money by holding. I have a 24-30 month target holding period. I can't imagine that there is anything I can find out that I don't already know, so all I need to do now is let the drillbit do the talking. Call it conditioning, but I feel like I should be putting a hashtag in there somewhere! Buffy
25/10/2016
08:50
terry topper: You are very wrong - when you say you 'have not seen any improvement in share price movements', I presume you mean that you are long and the share price has not been going up. Well that's because it is a market and, unsurprisingly, as well as buyers of SOU shares, there have been sellers after a 500% rise in the share price. The price has stabilised recently, in the absence of news, as the market makers (the clue is in the name) and other SETS participants have reacted to demand and supply. If you continue to believe that the 'MMs' are the reasons for the share price not being higher then think it through - that means that they will have had to sell shares to meet all this excess demand that you imagine exists. If you look at the volumes that means that they would collectively be exposed to a multi million £ short - it is just not tenable.
06/10/2016
08:43
ngms27: Is FRR like SOU prior to TE6 SOU currently has a market cap around 480m based on a single well (TE6) flowing on a structure that's 200-300BCF in size. Now depending on the GWC this structure could be upto 4TCF in size. This won't be known until TE8 and other step out wells have been drilled. What was encouraging about TE6 is that following modern stimulation techniques the well flowed 17mmscfpd. Previous historical wells had only flowed upto 1.5mmscfpd for short periods. For this reason the structure has previously been given up due to the tight nature (Low Permeability) of the reservoir. Since then completion techniques have improved substantially especially in the US where fracking is consistently used to good effect in low permeability Shale reservoirs. Tendara isn't Shale though. Multiple fracking attempts in extensive low permeabilty reservoirs in Europe have all to date (to my knowledge) all failed to produce long term production at commercial rates. Falcon, Aurelian and Frontera Resources are three companies that have tried and have failed. Ascent Resources are also likely to require fracking to ever have a chance of getting sustainable output never mind getting the permits in place. Given that after TE8 SOU will effectively have 27.5% of Tendara, being generous at 300BCF that works out at 5.8m per BCF. When OPHR sold assets they got 500,000 per BCF. Yes that was deep water but didn't need anything complicated. Therefore in my opinion SOU on fundamental grounds are massively overvalued and plenty and I mean plenty of the potential upside is already in the share price. If I were Mr Parsons I'd be getting some funding away in the next few weeks. Now lets compare that to Frontera. This month they have just kicked off a 6 well program. They claim to have 202TCF of gas that they are looking to unlock. Yes I did say 202TCF. The most interesting part of the 6 well program is: Of note, related to Gas Window operations, the Udabno#2 well will be stimulated as part of a testing program in October. The planned stimulation will be the first that is designed to evaluate an extensive gas-bearing interval of approximately 2,000 meters in gross reservoir thickness associated with this well. A targeted, multi-zone approach will be implemented in order to maximize the stimulated rock volume. Frontera's market cap is less than 10m. If we compare Udabno#2 to TE6 (both are on large structures previous drilled and tested at sub commercial rates. The gas is there the question is can it be commercially exploited) what will happen to FRR's share price if they get a combined flow rate on such a beast 2KM thick similar to TE6?
23/9/2016
10:17
jacksonpollack: Sound Energy PLC 31.2% Potential Upside Indicated by Cantor Fitzgerald Posted by: Amilia Stone 23rd September 2016 Sound Energy PLC with EPIC/TICKER LON:SOU has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald. Sound Energy PLC are listed in the Oil & Gas sector within AIM. Cantor Fitzgerald have set a target price of 101 GBX on its stock. This would imply the analyst believes there is now a potential upside of 31.2% from today’s opening price of 77 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 16.5 points and increased 60.45 points respectively. Sound Energy PLC LON:SOU has a 50 day moving average of 64.40 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 29.54 GBX. The 52 week high share price is 102 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 12.5 GBX. There are currently 556,862,871 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 8,418,145. Market capitalisation for LON:SOU is £466,475,129 GBP. Sound Energy PLC is a Mediterranean upstream company. The principal activity of the Company and its subsidiaries is the exploration, appraisal and development to production as an operator in the oil and gas industry. Its principal activity is in Italy and Morocco. It operates through three segments: corporate; exploration and appraisal, and development and production. Its Tendrara permit is located in the Figuig Province, NorthEast Morocco.
23/9/2016
07:38
jacksonpollack: From proactive investor site. Sound Energy strikes savvy deal with Moroccans Share 07:39 23 Sep 2016 A share sale agreed in March has been renegotiated to give the Sound coffers a decent boost. Sound Energy strikes savvy deal with Moroccans The company is drilling for gas in Morocco. Sound Energy PLC (LON:SOU) has re-negotiated the headline acquisition terms for a 50% stake in the Sidi Moktar assets in Morocco, sealing a deal that could provide a £3mln boost to its coffers at last night’s share price. To fulfil the agreement, inked in March, the company said it would hand over around 21.3mln shares to vendor PetroMaroc. Since then the share price has rattled up from under 17p to 78.75p as of last night’s close. That would put the headline value of the purchase at £16.7mln. Under the new terms, PetroMaroc will receive all the proceeds from the ultimate share sale up to 50p. Anything above that will be shared equally. The date for the completion of the deal has been extended to the end of December.
22/9/2016
10:16
zengas: For anybody looking at Sound you have to make your own investment choice - I personally don't worry about daily/weekly flutuations. I bought Sound for what they are saying/partnership with Schlumberger and for being a potential multi-bagger that may or may not be off the scale and getting in relative to what i beleive covers the share price for minimum downside. Cove Energy evolved out of Lapp Platts (not dissimilar to the old Sound Oil) with previous LP holders seriously diluted and on 29th June 2009 raised £4.2m at 12p to look for assets. On 18th September 2009 Cove (old Lapp Platts) bought into the Artumas Group assets who had previously been involved with the Mozambique Rovuma acreage and this is where Cove embarked on their journey with a placing to buy into the assets at 20p diluting the old LP holders even further. I bought in at around 21p and was immediately down over 25% but with ongoing success it was eventually sold for 240p (£1.22b). It was only after the 1st Cove/partners discovery (not flow tested nor were any until the 8th well was drilled) that the scale of the potential opportunity was envisaged - so in that context it is not dissimilar as to what Sound/Schlumberger is suggesting now and why i've obviously been attracted to it. Whatever it is about their new data/evaluation, it has changed their upside outlook. When you look at the Cove or IEC charts - easy looking back in hindsight I know, posters questioned valuations, needing cash etc capability of John Craven at Cove, some criticised his manner/dealing with staff/investors etc - route to markets if any, one institutional outfit sold out early on and that came in for criticism and of course 3 Cove directors never bought more than 50-70k shares between them from day-1 during the entire life of the company. More than enough to weigh on sentiment. So the moral for me is that's it's not any different here now with peoples perceptions at Sound - but now that we know they have indicated that 5-10 Tcf upside on Tendrara alone is potentially not going to cut it (never mind Badile, Sidi-Moktar, Meridja and the other assets) then bear in mind the potential value on offer way ahead of the current share price if Sound/Schlumberger continue to deliver regardless of what the share price does on a daily/weekly basis. Imo in the coming year Sound could well have significant production revenue which Cove did not have. Similarly IEC 25p to an eventual 1250p buy out ($2.4b) just over 3 years later had similar debate. Imo just let the company deliver on appraising the scale of the asset if it exists to such an extensive giant or super-giant scale. With the values attributed to the gas, tax holiday, pricing etc that's why imo the CEO hinted at potentially a 4 figure share price. Maybe people can't fathom that, there were plenty who couldn't imagine it at Cove or Imperial along the way and when a share price is already up 4-500%, its sometimes beyond peoples thinking that it could be only at a fraction of its true potential - and this is what the CEO has said regarding his description of don't see us as to how far we've come but potentially how far we have yet to go. It will only become apparent to the real potential if success continues to come in and there will be buyers, sellers, traders, margined players etc along the way. What i see is that there has been gas over a very, very wide area (7 out of 8 wells now) that could indicate giant or super giant possibilities. Whether we get that 4 figure share price or not even with significant discoveries I don't know given the potential for the company to become a takeover target, but if more of the the gas is there then the value should increase and bear in mind where it sits relative to Europe and high value markets. If it's not important why are Shell, ENI etc all there ? You won't see any vertical lines here. Cove Energy and Imperial Energy html charts with their peaks and troughs. http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=charts&;symbol=L%5ECOV http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=charts&;symbol=L%5EIEC
10/9/2016
17:10
250swb: 67 days that changed our World: I thought it might be worth recapping on some recent events: and when reading it, I ask you to bear in mind one thing: this number and level of updates was from one VERTICAL well discovering 28 metres of nett pay we are now drilling its horizontal (ie bigger) brother at TE7, we are drilling it WITHIN the identified pay zone and we are pregnant with news if Sound can produce RESULTS / RNSs / info feed like this from one vertical, I can't imagine what they might be able to do with a horizontal: on 2 June 2016 SOUND issued an RNS announcing significant gas shows at TE6 Sound Energy plc ("Sound Energy" or the "Company") Tendrara: Completion of Drilling Sound Energy, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream gas company, is pleased to announce that the first Tendrara well has now been drilled to total depth ("TD") at a measured vertical depth ("MVD") of 2,665 metres. The 4 1/2" tubing is now being set in preparation for testing the well. The Company has identified the TAGI reservoir starting at a depth of 2,535 metres MVD, some 12 metres structurally higher than that identified in the previous TE5 well. The Company therefore believes it has successfully drilled the top of the structure, confirming the geological depositional continuity of the TAGI sandstones within the area. The Company identified significant gas shows whilst drilling the reservoir and the full set of acquired logs will be now processed. The Company confirms that a total gross pay of 89 metres has been identified. The rig will now de-mobilise from the TE6 location and move to the already prepared TE7 site on stand-by. Immediately after de-mobilisation, the Company will proceed with the planned rigless operations to mechanically stimulate the reservoir followed by a well test. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18 days later on 20 June 2016 they announced 28 metres of net pay there they also announced they were exercising the option over Meridja, I reckon that timing was/is VERY significant on a scale of significant things running from 1-10, I reckon its about 50+ Sound Energy plc ("Sound Energy" or the "Company") Tendrara and Meridja Update Sound Energy, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream gas company, is pleased to provide the following update. Tendrara The processing of the logs while drilling and wire line logs at the first Tendrara well has now been completed. The preliminary petrophysical analysis confirms the presence of a number of gas bearing levels and a total net pay of 28 metres in the TAGI reservoir. This is ahead of initial expectations. A further announcement will be made following the completion of operations and when the results of the well test are confirmed. In anticipation of drilling of the second well at Tendrara, the Company has now applied for the first complementary period under the licence terms. This period triggers a commitment to a second well. Meridja The Company is also pleased to announce that it has now exercised its option to acquire, subject to regulatory and other approvals, a 55% participating interest in the Meridja exploration permit, onshore Morocco, from Oil & Gas Investment Fund S.A.S. (the "Option"). The consideration payable and the other terms of the Option were announced by the Company on 8 February 2016. The Meridja licence area is adjacent to the Tendrara licence and is a highly prospective 9,000 Km2 area with the same fundamental geology as Tendrara. The Company continues to pursue its counter-cyclical growth strategy and to evaluate selective opportunities to complement its existing portfolio. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21 days later , on 11 July, we had an RNS announcing stable flow rate from perforation of only 5m of the total pay: 11 July 2016 Sound Energy plc ("Sound Energy" or the "Company") Tendrara Update Sound Energy, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream gas company is pleased to provide the following update in relation to the Company's Tendrara licence area, onshore Morocco. As announced by the Company on 6 June 2016, the first Tendrara well (TE6) was drilled to a measured vertical depth of 2,665 metres and encountered approximately 28 metres of net gas pay in the TAGI reservoir. The Company confirms that rigless operations continue and that the results are already significantly above Company expectations as a significant stable flow has already been achieved, despite only having accessed so far 18% of the total reservoir and no stimulation having yet been performed. After completing the initial perforation of 5 metres of the 28 metres of net pay (between 2,601 and 2,606 metres) the well achieved a stable flow rate of 1.36 MMscf/d with a choke of 16/64". The Company will now complete the remainder of the rigless operation, after which the results will be announced. The results are expected later this month. James Parsons, Sound Energy's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "I am absolutely delighted to report what appears to be an early and potentially very material success at the first of our three Strategic Plays. We eagerly await the post stimulation flow rate but I believe the early results of this first well already both prove a material commercial rate at Tendrara and provide significant early clues as to the regional potential of the Eastern Morocco TAGI reservoir." This announcement is inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 596/2014 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 days later ,on 18 July 2016, they issued TE6 update RNS to advise us that we already had highly commercial flow rate Sound Energy plc ("Sound Energy" or the "Company") Tendrara Update Following the recent share price increase, Sound Energy, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream gas company, is pleased to update the market on continued positive developments at the Company's Tendrara licence. The Company continues with rigless operations and, having now secured contact with a significant portion of the net pay, is pleased to announce that it has already achieved a very significant gas flow rate which is in the process of stabilising during the clean up process. The rate is already highly commercial and well above initial expectations. The Company will now finalise the rigless operations and make further announcements, as anticipated, within approximately two weeks time. This announcement is inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 596/2014. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21 days later on 8 August we got THIS RNS with blockbuster news: 8 August 2016 Sound Energy plc ("Sound Energy" or the "Company") Tendrara: Gas Discovery And Potential Single Gas Column Sound Energy, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream gas company, is pleased to confirm a significant gas discovery and a potential single gas column at the Company's Tendrara licence, onshore Morocco. As previously announced by the Company, the first Tendrara well, TE6, was drilled to a measured vertical depth of 2,665 metres, encountered the top of the structure and approximately 28 metres of net gas pay in the TAGI reservoir. The Company has now completed operations and is delighted to announce that it has on 7 August 2016 achieved a stabilized gas flow rate, post stimulation, of 17.0 MMscf/d (0.5 million scm/d). This is significantly above initial expectations and represents a highly commercial rate. The Company is also very pleased to report a reservoir bottom hole pressure of 420 bars and that the static pressure recorded in the well correlates, in terms of gas gradient, with all of the wells previously drilled in the licence area. The combination of these factors together with the fact that none of the historically drilled wells on the licence have identified a gas/water contact, suggests the possibility of a significant gas column within a continuous extended structure. This structure may include and extend beyond the reservoir identified at TE2, some 30km to the North East. A further well (the Company's third well TE8) will be required at the edge of the potential structure to confirm this and is now being planned for later this year. The Company, together with Schlumberger, is now preparing for the second well at Tendrara (TE7, located approximately 1.3km from TE6) using subhorizontal drilling techniques which are expected to significantly increase the individual well flow rate in a success case. This will be followed by an extended well test. The rigup process at TE7 is already complete and drilling is expected to commence during August 2016. TE6 will be suspended until the results of TE7 are confirmed, at which point the Company expects to apply for a production concession and commence detailed engineering for construction of the necessary infrastructure, which Oil & Gas Investment Fund (OGIF), one of the Company's partners, has already indicated an interest in funding, constructing and operating. The Company has a net effective interest of 27.5% in the Tendrara licence. This announcement is inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 596/2014.
07/9/2016
08:02
zengas: telbap if they were producing at 17 mmcf/d it would be over half of the 30 mmcf/d figure i used below in my post 2480 on 1/9/16, it may give a net back of $14m/yr net to Sound. ZENGAS 01Sep 2016 - 2480 On the point of Sound Energys' tweet yesterday confirming an executive strategic planning session next week in Morocco - going back to the May interview, the CEO stated $12/mcf for gas (ie $72/boe). Given that there's a 5% royalty and a 10 year tax holiday and after opex, the net backs must be over $8/mcf or $48/boe hence why every gross 1 TCF is worth £1/net to the SOU share price. Fastnet quote was that Tendrara wasn't understood by investors but was completely derisked as far as the gas being there. Their expectation from the TE-5 area was 1.4 TCF gas in place with 900 bcf recoverable - so on that alone, we may be just shy of the 1 TCF regardless of the SBK discovery or the tighter gas at TE-2, or the discovery on Sidi Moktar awaiting testing. On the basis of TE-7 also being a producer, how soon then until we become a major producer in the following quarters given the proximity of infrastructure ? (hence perhaps why there's a strategic planning session next week). A gross 30-60 mmcf/d of production @ 27.5% to SOU = 8.25 - 16.5 mmcf/d @$8/mcf net backs = $25-$50m/yr profit which would provide very significant funding as the company continues to grow and delves into the other licences as well as the deeper potential of Tendrara and the additional 60 TCF of potential shale gas. Imo, with near term Moroccan production potential, the company is going to look even more attractive and makes the current valuation appear very much underpinned against multiple upside potential.
01/9/2016
10:10
zengas: On the point of Sound Energys' tweet yesterday confirming an executive strategic planning session next week in Morocco - going back to the May interview, the CEO stated $12/mcf for gas (ie $72/boe). Given that there's a 5% royalty and a 10 year tax holiday and after opex, the net backs must be over $8/mcf or $48/boe hence why every gross 1 TCF is worth £1/net to the SOU share price. Fastnet quote was that Tendrara wasn't understood by investors but was completely derisked as far as the gas being there. Their expectation from the TE-5 area was 1.4 TCF gas in place with 900 bcf recoverable - so on that alone, we may be just shy of the 1 TCF regardless of the SBK discovery or the tighter gas at TE-2, or the discovery on Sidi Moktar awaiting testing. On the basis of TE-7 also being a producer, how soon then until we become a major producer in the following quarters given the proximity of infrastructure ? (hence perhaps why there's a strategic planning session next week). A gross 30-60 mmcf/d of production @ 27.5% to SOU = 8.25 - 16.5 mmcf/d @$8/mcf net backs = $25-$50m/yr profit which would provide very significant funding as the company continues to grow and delves into the other licences as well as the deeper potential of Tendrara and the additional 60 TCF of potential shale gas. Imo, with near term Moroccan production potential, the company is going to look even more attractive and makes the current valuation appear very much underpinned against multiple upside potential.
11/7/2016
11:18
steelwatch: Sound Energy impressed with Tendrara’s early gas flow 10:28 11 Jul 2016 Chief executive James Parsons said he was absolutely delighted to report the "early and potentially very material success". Sound Energy PLC (LON:SOU) shares advanced more than 11% on Monday after results from a new well at the Tendrara project, onshore Morocco, were revealed to be are above company expectations. A significant stable flow of gas has been achieved from just 18% of the reservoir interval, and no stimulation has thus far been performed by Sound Energy. "I am absolutely delighted to report what appears to be an early and potentially very material success at the first of our three strategic plays,” said James Parsons, Sound Energy chief executive. So far the company has perforated 5 metres of gas pay, and has measured a stable flow rate of 1.36mln cubic feet per day. Last week, Sound Energy announced that the new well had been drilled to a depth of 2,665 metres and that 28 metres of net gas pay had been encountered. Further results from the well are expected later this month, Sound Energy told investors. Parsons added: “We eagerly await the post stimulation flow rate but I believe the early results of this first well already both prove a material commercial rate at Tendrara and provide significant early clues as to the regional potential of the Eastern Morocco TAGI reservoir." Sam Wahab, analyst at broker Cantor Fitzgerald described it as “another encouraging development” for Sound Energy, whilst he repeated a ‘buy’ recommendation. “The company’s shares have rallied in recent weeks as the market continues to recognise the successful execution of Sound’s Mediterranean gas strategy, but we believe its current valuation remains undemanding,” Wahab said in a note. With a 40p price target Cantor’s bullish recommendation sees more than 40% upside to the current share price of 27p. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/128036/sound-energy-impressed-with-tendraras-early-gas-flow-128036.html
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