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Cairn Energy LSE:CNE London Ordinary Share GB00B74CDH82 ORD 231/169P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.80p +0.38% 208.80p 208.40p 208.80p 209.20p 206.60p 208.00p 1,478,853 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 24.7 189.8 33.7 5.9 1,230.88

Cairn Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2019
18:15
Yup and I'm waiting patiently to collect and bank a solid profit. Good luck to all.
valuehunter1
20/2/2019
16:01
A $1.2bn tribunal win should be worth £800m - £900m to Cairn at £1.3/$
rogk
18/2/2019
08:15
Well 6706/6-2 S was drilled by the Transocean Spitsbergen drilling facility, which will now drill wildcat well 36/1-3 in production licence 885 in the northern part of the North Sea, where Equinor is the operator. PL885 is Presto (Stjerneskudd) CNE 30%.
rogerlin
15/2/2019
17:45
Profit taking. But that arbitration result is coming soon and could take cne to 300p.
hsfinch
14/2/2019
11:06
Share price reaction today a bit disappointing? Perhaps a bit of short term consolidation in place?
dunderheed
14/2/2019
09:39
Yes apologies thank roger - much appreciated!
dunderheed
14/2/2019
09:35
Thanks rogerlin :)
inntolife
14/2/2019
09:11
Fair enough fraz - I am just a tight b!!
dunderheed
14/2/2019
09:04
Day rate looks okay to me.
frazboy
14/2/2019
08:52
Quite bloody expensive? Don't want to sound like an idiot ramper but I do think 2019 could be a very rewarding year for Cairn. I have such respect for them - they just get on and drill - simple.
dunderheed
14/2/2019
08:47
https://www.offshoreenergytoday.com/cairn-hires-maersk-drilling-rig-for-offshore-exploration-in-mexico/
rogerlin
13/2/2019
10:06
Yes agree I hope this is not traders buying in for news and not allowing for the fact it may not arrive until end of March? Whilst I fully appreciate it can come in any day it may go to the wire as well? Either way I see fair value at this price if Brent can come in at or around $65 for this year? Interesting to see what happens over the next 6-7 weeks?
dunderheed
13/2/2019
08:23
This feels like the classic 'minnow getting ready to drill a high impact wild cat' scenario...except that it's a well diversified mid cap e&p company. But the excitement is definitely building to that arbitration result.
hsfinch
12/2/2019
14:00
Dunderheed, I thought I read/ heard Dec 18 somewhere too! That's why I loaded up early Dec at 190p only to see this beaten down to 140p within a few weeks. Knew this one would bounce back and have a significant holding here thinking along the same lines of c30-40% gain on a favarouble outcome. All will be revealed within the next 6 weeks. Super excited about this!
valuehunter1
12/2/2019
11:58
hsfinch - ah ok thanks matey - don't know why I thought December. Yes if they say Q1 - best to expect March 31st lol! So actually probably will not hear until (hopefully) very early April!! All imho, dyor and best of luck all.
dunderheed
12/2/2019
11:49
I heard or read Q1 for Indian arbitration result. That's why I'm saying March. Otherwise I agree. Exciting times.
hsfinch
08/2/2019
08:01
I think we'll hear in March. Need to get the SNE farm down show on the road in Q2. And then U.K. Norway Mexico exploration later. It's going to be an exciting year for CNE shareholders.
hsfinch
07/2/2019
08:39
I've been buying heavily here with my OPHR proceeds, this is the next one I'm targeting as see the arb outcome as a one off opportunity. Been just over 5 months now since the closing statements, I'm hoping before the end of Feb a decision is made.
valuehunter1
07/2/2019
07:55
Yes thanks Dunderheed for those comments. I saw somewhere in an update from FAR that the tribunal usually comes to a conclusion in six months, if they don't start till July that is still a year, speedy of course when compared with the Indian arbitration but nonetheless tedious if it prevents CNE from selling down if that is what they wish to do! E&P is dicey enough without these legal problems.
rogerlin
06/2/2019
12:19
Thanks, Dunderheed. Yes, I expect you both to do well here, Hsfinch and Dunderheed. For myself, I am happy with my low risk profit. :-)
ed 123
06/2/2019
11:56
Best of luck Ed. I'm holding as per post 3580 - I think the arbitration result is a done deal in Cairn favour (imho and it is just that lol!!). It'll be the extraction of money from the govt. that is the issue (again imho) but Cairn are good deal makers and think there'll be some form of significant compromise?
dunderheed
06/2/2019
11:33
Brokers and banks have turned bullish on cne. And it's mainly due to the prospect of arbitration win in India. When they drill an exploration well, chance of success is 20% if you're lucky and NPV impact might be a couple of hundred million dollars also if you're lucky. In the arbitration, chance of success is better than 50% and NPV impact could be a billion. It's a pretty unique situation. When you consider all the other positives, cne looks very attractive indeed. Fill yer boots. IMO.
hsfinch
06/2/2019
11:13
Hi Dunderheed. I agree with all your comments about the prospects of Cairn. However, although I very much doubt it, it's possible that the arbitration could against Cairn. Consequently, I have opted for safety and taken my profit. It's likely that I'll buy back into Cairn at some point, as it's been one I've traded from time to time. Good luck to holders.
ed 123
06/2/2019
10:55
Ed I am ambivalent here but do have a few thousand invested in small profit. I intend to hold for a couple of months or more (at least) as really Cairn are in a good position imho. I think they will successfully farm down Senegal post fid so don't really see debt as an issue? Then they've got Me'ico which could be massive? Tight fiscal terms but got to be significantly value adding in the event of discovery? They can swing both ways price wise quite wildly though lol!! All imho and dyor. EDIT then there's India arbitration of course which is potentially a big Brucie bonus!! (Which could "drop" anytime now?)
dunderheed
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