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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cairn Energy Plc 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
  3.90 2.79% 143.90 144.80 145.00 148.30 141.60 143.30 2,370,899 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 402.2 90.1 15.4 9.0 848

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09/1/2018
11:03
Well sold my chunk of CNE so completely out of them at moment. Think oil is topping out short term so good time to enjoy those profits. Made some decent money buying in below £2 and £1.80’s
bigdazzler
04/1/2018
08:42
Several good things recently, POO rising, oil now flowing from Kraken and Catcher, surely we can get through that ceiling now!
rogerlin
04/1/2018
08:13
Yet again CNE battling with that 220p ceiling.......TIMBERRRR!
skyship
03/1/2018
08:40
Wintershall has applied to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy for a short extension of the deadline for submission of Plan for Development and Operation (PDO), to ensure robustness for all technical specifications in the project. The plan is still delivering during the first half of 2018. The extension will not affect the progress of field development, according to the company. Originally, the deadline for submission of PDOs in February was. At the same time, it is clear that Wintershall's next development project replaces name, from Skarfjell to Nova. With the preferred development solution, two seabed frames will be connected to the Gjøa platform for processing and exporting oil. Gjøa, operated by ENGIE, will also offer lifting gas and water injection for pressure support in the reservoir. The Wintershall-operated underwater field Vega is also affiliated with Gjøa. The new name, like Vega, is derived from astronomy. Vega is the strongest star in the constellation Lyren, while Nova is a star that illuminates with intense strength, according to the operator
rogerlin
28/12/2017
08:36
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/providence-resources-PVR/share-news/PROVIDENCE-RES-Providence-Resources-P-L-C-Comm/74039043 CNE still it would seem retain a share in the 2/14 Druid/Drombeg licence, but these original terms may not be the same since Total has now farmed in and become operator. There is mention of the costs of an appraisal well, but only one well was drilled and it isn't clear if another drill elsewhere on the licence would be an "appraisal" well.
rogerlin
28/12/2017
08:30
In June, TOTAL farmed-in for a 50% interest and assumed operatorship of LO 16/27, whilst Cairn also secured an option to take a 20% interest, which has now lapsed. From PVR's update this morning. CNE have not taken up their option on Avalon.
rogerlin
27/12/2017
10:42
Needs to close North of 220p to confirm the breakout. PMO chart also looking good... free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
27/12/2017
09:57
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/premier-oil-PMO/share-news/Premier-Oil-PLC-Catcher-Area-First-Oil/76364587
rogerlin
24/12/2017
10:49
likewise - thnx for that Steve...
skyship
24/12/2017
07:13
Thanks Steve73, excellent news, maybe when trading resumes after Christmas we can break through that 220 barrier!
rogerlin
24/12/2017
01:15
Catcher First Oil announced by BW.. (if anybody missed it on the PMO thread) htTp://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/bw-offshore-first-oil-produced-by-the-bw-catcher-fpso-20171223-00007
steve73
23/12/2017
03:46
fraz re. 3200 & roger. Both Kraken and Catcher will be unaffected by the FPS shutdown. Both (will) export their oil via shuttle tanker. As you rightly point out, Kraken will (should) burn all it gas as Fuel, and Catcher will eventually export its gas via the SEGAL system (which is unrelated to the FPS leak) as roger pointed out, and so . Commissioning of the gas compression is often fraught with difficulties, and it could be many weeks after first oil that they get to export first gas anyway. It's only some gas platforms that need to shutdown since they can't export their associated condensate via FPS. (It's unlikely that the gas systems operators would take this resultant unplanned reduction in gas volumes to shutdown completely at this time of the year.. They'll be trying to maximize whatever gas production is unaffected by the constraints imposed by the FPS shutdown.)
steve73
22/12/2017
10:39
A real swingometer this stock - here we go again with yet another challenge to the 220p ceiling - see 3194 above...
skyship
20/12/2017
08:44
Agreed Rogerlin, and at start up there will be a lot of flaring whilst systems are commissioned, so unlikely to have any impact
frazboy
18/12/2017
14:23
Thanks frazboy for that information. I'm not sure they are ready to produce first oil at Catcher yet in any case, a few weeks will make no real difference. We just seem to move with the oil price at the moment, as SKYSHIP says a break above 220 would be welcome.
rogerlin
18/12/2017
14:11
Rogerlin - on Kraken they burn all the gas for power generation, on Catcher they export it (although they presumably burn a little of it in power generation). The reason behind this is that there's very little gas at Kraken (low Gas Oil Ratio, typical of a heavy oil), but lots of gas at Catcher (high GOR, typical of a more volatile oil). So, without looking looking at it in more detail, I would have thought Catcher would have to be shut-in until the pipeline is fixed, since they can't produce the gas without producing the oil, and how much they can flare will depend on the enviromental agreements, but I doubt it will let them flare that much for a sustained period of time.
frazboy
18/12/2017
13:46
https://s03.static-shell.com/content/dam/royaldutchshell/documents/lubricants/segal-system-overview-dec14.pdf I think the SEGAL is separate but someone who actually knows about these things may know better! The Kraken is FPSO too and it says the vessel can handle the associated gas but I can't see exactly where that gas goes to. I don't think Enquest have signalled any problem.
rogerlin
18/12/2017
13:37
Thanks Roger, sorry to be lazy but does the other (enq operated) go through forties? Cheers.
dunderheed
18/12/2017
13:23
Produced oil will be offloaded from the FPSO by tankers, while gas will be exported through the existing SEGAL facilities.
rogerlin
18/12/2017
11:56
Isn't catcher throughput forties?! Hence don't expect news fur a couple of weeks?! All imho of course.
dunderheed
18/12/2017
11:31
We should hear about first oil from Catcher soon, perhaps that will do the trick!
rogerlin
18/12/2017
11:06
Need to break through that 220p ceiling to make the next step up: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
14/12/2017
19:59
An Investors Chronicle Tip of the Week, this week.
alan@bj
23/11/2017
08:40
http://www.dakar-echo.com/bp-lorgne-des-parts-dans-les-actifs-senegalais-de-cairn-energy/ Here we even have a price, $600 million.
rogerlin
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