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CASP Caspian Sunrise Plc

0.05 (1.56%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caspian Sunrise Plc LSE:CASP London Ordinary Share GB00B1W0VW36 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 1.56% 3.25 3.20 3.30 3.35 3.20 3.20 1,119,799 12:13:07
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 42.95M 9.76M 0.0043 7.56 73.14M
Caspian Sunrise Plc is listed in the Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CASP. The last closing price for Caspian Sunrise was 3.20p. Over the last year, Caspian Sunrise shares have traded in a share price range of 2.25p to 4.60p.

Caspian Sunrise currently has 2,250,501,560 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Caspian Sunrise is £73.14 million. Caspian Sunrise has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.56.

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yeah does anyone else get the impression we might hear more on this pretty soon - gla
I guess some sell at what they see as resistance. Then buy back at support. Risky if an offer pops out.
When it spiked at 3.5p bid earlier I was almost tempted myself to sell a few to buy back later, because I guessed the herd would start profit-taking. But I agree selling now around 3p makes little sense.
Cant believe the amount of sells ??? Dont these people know they could get 5 times this price in a few months. It just doesn,t make sense .
Still here mate, mad really! I bought July 7th 2007! Long time ago now. Nope, still have the business, am working on an exit, but it is still a few years away. Everything will probably happen at once- which wouldn't be a bad thing really.
they do have some history with the selling of the shallows, has anyone been around long enough to remember the sale of the first yelmen sales at $100m? great work if you can get it, the current market cap is half of that, not inc the barge or the elusive deeps/ licenses etc - makes for an interesting few months, but then again its always been the case!
3.175 to sell - preparing for the lunchtime rush?
Spangle,Yep, good one obfuscation. 805 will be minimal in terms of barrels and 142 ? yet again, answers on a postcard. Stu,Can't believe you're still looking Sokd your business yet ?
Posted on LSE this morning. My 2 penneth for what it's worth ! This is a traders dream, especially for those who loaded up in the early 2s and disposed a few today. As far as I can see there's c 2.7m sells and 3.4m buys yet we're up 25%, a great result in my book.As Wolfi stated, this corporate activity was highlighted with the latest IP that came out of the blue last October.This RNS is contradictory or should I say a little confusing as with many Casper news releases.So what is actually going on ? Firstly, shallows up for sale , part or whole for the right price they state the carrying price so what is that ? If MJF continued to flow at these levels and current net prices for the remaining licence period it would generate c $350m net. Whatever the sale price, they state that It would provide funding for NEW development assets so by that I assume they're buying something else. I suspect that this is Block 8, if so it's likely that we're about to get positive news on that front following licence approval.If they sell MJF/SY then only prod in group is 100bood from 2 existing B8 wells. They talk about selling oil to the export marketplace if monthly prod exceeds 70000 bopd so without MJF, where is that coming from ?They plan to gain the full production licence on the BNG deeps. That makes the asset saleable but the true value is only realised when they flow one in each structure. Any MJF proceeds will attract CGT so surely there has to be a purchase in play so yet again this could be Block 8 in its entirity or something else ?They have their drilling assets in their services business which could be used to farm in to other projects. They have the CE charter in play with other parties interested in utilising in offshore projects. That makes sense as Tokayev is pushing offshore projects to international players.KO is not getting younger and I don't believe his son or Shin will be taking charge and the end game here has always been exit. Proving up the deep assets on BNG/B8 is where they make the big bucks. Sell the company is the most tax efficient exit v breaking it up and selling the individual parts.A5 has been the most exciting deep drilled to date so returning to that whilst simultaneously drilling 803 on NY which is meant to be the highest COS, means that they could prove up both structures this year.Block 8 status ? why continue if it's a duffer. One could argue that KO & Bolthazan will lose the asset by not meeting the licence commitments so they had to drill the 2 new wells. Who knows but it won't be too long before we know the true position there.2024 won't be a boring year for investors as there's plenty happening that will continue punter speculation. Is it the end game this year or next for Casper ? Corporate interest in the shallows would probably lead to interest in acquiring the whole company ? Answers on a postcard :)
Interesting. Surely BNG is worth more than the current MCAP of the Co! Hopefully they retain a free carry for some decent upside in the future.
"Well 805 was the first well in the programme and now produces at approximately 140% of its previous level."

Isn't a beautiful example of what drives us nuts with this company's RNS's.

Has it improved from 10 to 14 bbl/day. 50 to 70? 200 to 280?

In providing meaningful quantitative details to investors it's right up there with "Production from Well 142, which was the best producing well before coming out of production in 2022 continues to contribute to the structure's production but has yet to return to its former levels and we continue to monitor its performance."

Very bullish note from WH Ireland this morning. Ends with:

"The current year will be significant for many of the company's growth businesses as they establish their first significant commercial successes. It is an exciting time for Caspian Sunrise and we see significant scope for positive developments in the near-term and into 2024 for the company."

March 25 - Caspian Sunrise PLC CASPC.L :




*----- talking the talk not yet walking the walk

Top of the Risers what a sight, there is a god
le mailot jaune
Ive slid down the walls too many times.....
U not bouncing off the walls, holding rns with some positive news
Well the RNS has created a lot of excitement!
Morning caspers
If you can sell decent size for over 2.65, it puzzles me why they insist on showing a bid well below that, at 2.4.

Surely they want to encourage trade, by having a narrower spread that more closely reflects the true situation?

smarty, despite reasons for optimism, well one reason i.e. there is a lot on, historically long silences from casp have ended with a poor rns mentioning op failure(s) at this that or the other.

until they
- start writing acceptable rns's without contradicting themselves and which provide the true picture covering all the ops and assets and which answer all relevant questions, good or bad


- commercialise a deep

i cant believe anything will change. the shallows will keep producing, the bopd will bumble along around current levels as it has done for years and same old same old.

market will never trust a company like this, so little chance of irrational exuberance here unless one or both the above happen, preferably a commercial deep, then they can continue to spout rubbish the share price will take care of itself.

Bid very strong this morning and another little share price run on the cards, tick up due now. Peeps obviously getting back in on expectation of a quarterly news update. Nowruz public holiday yesterday and today and maybe a quarterly update by month end If so it should comprehensive covering all assets but what flavour ?
Looks like yesterdays early excitement had waned. Probably a P&D that attracted more interest from those not involved in the exercise. If you can buy 1.5m shares at 2.45p ish and sell for 2.75 then it's a tidy profit for a days work. Maxim,Shallows have far smaller reserves but as you say, if they developed them and built healthy revenues/profits, they could acquire more as the blocks are available for willing investors. I believe our problem isn't shallow/deep target, it's Shin and his team. Not skilled enough but Shin is a board director and looks like he's set to stay. In that point, they have to add NEDs to their management structure.They're operating in oil rich Kaz, we know the oil is there but something has to change to lift the success rate and ROI. With regards to partners, they obviously can't find them so you have to ask the question why ? Is it difficult geology, terms of any deal not attractive enough ? If you look at B8, it has produced from 2 deeps so the oil is there but no guarantees that Shin can deliver success although we remain ever hopeful. The A block is the most lucrative opportunity so maybe partnering on A5 sidetrack or new well to see if they can get it over the line. The deep exploration journey on current assets (NY & Airshagyl) is coming to an end this year on completion of 803 and A7. Licence commitments met and left to lower cost remedial work on all 6 targets to see if they can commercialise them. B8 will be the only structure that will see exploration/appraisal if the current wells drilled are successful. The CE cash is very important this year as it gives them options and operational costs will reduce without expensive deep exploration. It also may become an annual source of revenue to continue to fund operational program. If they can't commercialise current deeps then partnering is sensible but can they get anybody in ? As you say, if they build shallow production to 5k bopd then that gives them cash flow and options. I believe that they will continue to add acreage but currently they are tight for cash following B8 and 802 explo costs and divi payouts hence the slow rate of progress. I'm for a new Ops Director and a review of their strategy but that won't happen with the current leadership. They have the assets in oil rich acreage but will they ever convert ? I stay invested til year end in the hope that my faith is rewarded, only time will tell.
Re read the last few Operational updates and it's so extraordinary the lack of progress with the drill. If they had just concentrated on the shallows got some success there . Is it not all about the top line ? Drive that then you have the cashflow to go after the deeps. All they did was fritter the cash away on expensive deeps they could not bring in line. The other mystery is why after a long series of deep failures due to lack of technical expertise they did not do a series of farm outs and get someone in who knew what they were doing
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