Bowleven Dividends - BLVN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Bowleven Plc BLVN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 3.375 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3.375 3.375 3.375 3.375 3.375
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Bowleven BLVN Dividends History

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buy_more: it's only political now. but there seems to be progress and if EG is accepted by SNH then blvn will be worth a lot more then 150M as per my view. that would be an absolute bargain for marathon or others in EG
warbaby43: Unfortunately, yet another BLVN RNS which appears to have been written by Private Fraser so keen does it appear to be to heighten and accentuate the negative. No surprise that it triggered a 30%+ share price drop. While, no doubt, we will learn a great deal more when we get to read the AR next week, it was excellent news to learn of the full throated involvement of Lukoil in making the case to the government for Bioko processing and if the JVP can bring that off, it will be huge in so many ways. By radically lowering the cost of development it will significantly increase the value of BLVN to any prospective purchaser and while probably increasing tax and royalties income to Cameroon, it will also radically reduce the back-in cost for SNH participation and enable the JVP to propose a generous package to bring SNH on board. While employment considerations are plainly important for local political reasons the first stage of tendering for the new 350MW plant was recently completed and that should help entice major industrial players (Chinese?) to the region. While a Victoria/Limbe two train development incorporating both IM and IE fields remains extant, it would certainly be most welcome if the Bioko alternative proceeded given the ongoing Ambazone political unrest which will certainly render financing more expensive given the likely risk premium required by any debt provider. What we should also be able to look forward to is the revision of the resources assessment following the seismic reprocessing exercise and the IE thin bed report and, hopefully, if that isn't available by year end it should come in early 22.
davemarn: BLVN could this be the bottom level? Timely reminder Angus Energy 0.90p Positives • Equipment should be arriving on site Nov 21 – Feb 22 proving this isn’t hot air! • Permitting and Approvals expected early December 2021 • First time in 2 years a Project is about to become a reality early 2022 • Huge rise in Gas Prices (300-400%): 51% stake in onshore Saltfleeby Gas Asset • 52% recent upgrade to NPV10 from a revised CPR of Gas Asset now £25.5m (£9m market cap) • £12m fully funded for Saltfleeby • Sidetrack to Gas Project Planning Permission in place to try and double output • £1.4m Convertible Loan Note holdings extended deadline to April 2023 for final payment! • 2x Director Buys of 1m each mid 2021 • £8m potential funding with Aleph and Associates for a valid Geothermal play • 165m Warrants of £2.1m at 1.36p average potentially available • 26m Employee Options at 1.5p but fully vesting at 2p too Negatives • A group of Locals persistently fester on UK Share Forums to stop any buying momentum, the success in market cap makes it harder to stop any of their projects dead in its tracks! • A substantial undercurrent set of Short Sellers who seem to be betting against delivery and pre-gas price rally; now hurting and desperate to close out their positions – towards First Gas Q1-Q2 2022. Their short positions could create a dramatic squeeze to 2p alone IMO. • Legacy Oil Assets and failed projects knocked share price and confidence of Long Term Holders • Geothermal Progress Seems Slow • Delays seem to bother some impatient traders but Aleph have stumped £12m loan! Share Price Predictions? • Harmonics showing 2-3.5p target? • Management believes 3.5p per share is Fair Value vs. 0.90p share price GLA WTFDIK DYOR
davemarn: Not the best of full year results in BLVN Sub 3p? Https://
pugugly: Not good news (imo) Smells like the market being primed for yet another cash raise.
gark: Thanks, always good to get your thoughts, been a while here and was questioning whether I should have got out when special dividend was paid. If there is a reserves increase and we look good for FID this should be way up on where we are now. Fingers crossed.
warbaby43: From the BLVN point of view, aren't the central points that Golar wants to see Episeyo's 4 train capacity used rather than just the two currently shipping, and that the Golar/Perenco contract terminates in 2026 which just happens to coincide with the NA envisaged start of Etinde Phase 2. Where the Episeyo is currently moored is c 130km from Etinde and after the amount having to be reserved for domestic generation (what domestic generation being a perfectly fair question!) it is extremely doubtful that there is sufficient gas left available to make constructing a pipeline of that length viable. On the other hand, at the end of the contract with Perenco in 2026, should Episeyo be moved northwards by Golar to a point to be able service both the Perenco acreage and Etinde, then the BLVN JVP will almost certainly have a a viable and probably preferable alternative to Marathon's Punta Europa and Golar will see rather more of the Episeyo's capacity brought into use. That would certainly be less "politically challenging" to quote Our Eli, and avoid the necessity of an inter governmental agreement between EG and Cameroon necessitating a negotiation unlikely to take less than 12 months.
buy_more: major producers realise a net profit of between $0.05 and $0.25per litre fuel (gasoline/diesel), depending on the region/country/taxes etc. that should generate a beautiful dividend every year in case blvn joins the jv partners to production. that for sure is interesting to know re a potential take over. blvn for sure do not have to sell their stake too cheap.
welshki: Dealy pay no attention to winnet he is a very bitter ex-shareholder, with zero class, that lost the vast majority of his investment here. An individual that was promoting BLVN at way over 200p and worshipping the ground Kevin hart walked despite the multitude of his failings, some the product of incompetence, others complete lack of fiduciary responsibility and some, I have heard on the grape vine, down to corruption. Either way winnet didn't bat an eye lid, or utter a single word of criticism throughout the entirety of KHs utterly shambolic reign here. Winnet has always said COC will run off with all of BLVNs cash (despite never providing a single shred of reason or logic) and even now when they paid out 15p to ALL shareholders, he is still not willing to accept reality and admit that COC are far better custodians than KH was, and ever could be. Winnets opinion is and always has been derived from either stupidity or dishonesty. Always whinging that COC "stole" this company, despite a completely legal and above board takeover that was allowed to happen due to KHs dismal performance. Fact is KH put the company in its woeful position way before COC arrived. COC have not done a single thing illegal, underhanded or irresponsible during their tenure and its desperately embarrassing winnet still can't accept that and still turns up like a sad little man when ever the share price drops.
warbaby43: This is a dollar industry so rather than first thinking in terms of pence per share, more relevant perhaps to think of what dollar price BLVN's 48.8m boe might be sold for and guestimate what the £/$ rate might be and attempt then to work back towards a range of possible share price So far as production and the possibility of dividends are concerned, it's going to be at least three years before production, and financing is going to be expensive, given political and surety of gas income risks. Additionally, the other partners are likely to wish to continue drilling, given the raft of other significant prospects that lie within Etinde, so a significant chunk of income remaining after financing is going to be required to fund BLVN's share of those costs. Throw in the fact that Lukoil's present 30% share entitles it to just c73m boe and the most beneficial outcome for both parties would seem to be for Lukoil to buy BLVN near to or soon after FID, so that their share becomes c 122m boe - much more appropriate for an oilie of their semi major size. Many more pages still to turn in this story but, at least, there should be a steady flow of updates from now on in.
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