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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
  -0.125 -4.0% 3.00 2.95 3.10 3.125 3.025 3.13 282,849 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 9.1 0.7 -0.1 - 56

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04/5/2020
17:24
Where's the sell trades ? 90% buys.
xclusive2
04/5/2020
16:52
Rutter - well they are not hurrying themselves!
swerves1
04/5/2020
16:48
smarty, long term still a winner subject to oraz clan remaining solvent and casp not being taken private. but the path there has become complicated with cv. short term there may be another downleg unless they deliver a deep (a5) soon. if nothing happens on that front and the market takes another dive (entirely possible as company results get announced and peeps understand the enormity) then casp likely to follow. also further negative pressure likely closer to home - the op will continue under sustained down pressure as glut is likely to increase with global shutdowns taking time to rebound - the pain could extend well into 2021.
konil
04/5/2020
15:56
Swerves. This from 8 th JanAt this early stage however, and based on past experience, our focus has been to ensure the well continues to flow rather than to seek to maximise flow rates. We have sought to achieve this by maintaining a constant pressure through regular adjustments to the choke size, thereby reducing the risk of blockages from excess drilling fluids and other well debris.We are in no hurry for the well to reach its optimum
rutter
04/5/2020
15:46
Can't see how there can be a going concern risk unless they can't sell oil. G&A costs down to 25% so that's down to £75k pm ? If costs were £3m pa. Tenge devalued v $ which is great news, just need a deep and oil price appreciation and bang, this will fly. Still believe we get a delayed rise over next few days.
xclusive2
04/5/2020
13:32
A very large pinch of salt.
xclusive2
04/5/2020
13:31
Over 2m purchased and 300 or so sold ?I am upbeat on Casper and many peeps don't seem to share my optimism even our Konil ?Much that their communication is awful, you can only invest on what they feed us so I'll take it as read but with a punch if salt,They obviously think A5 is going to flow. It flowed for 40days but yep what, how long each day etc. Why continue if it's a dead duck, it obviously isn't.TT
xclusive2
04/5/2020
13:21
They're "not in a rush"! Lol
swerves1
04/5/2020
13:07
Yes if there was ever a time to let A5 fade in the memory it’s now as they did with 801 for a while. It’s interesting they brought it up. A more cautious sole might have said nothing until there was some progress. Curious.
davidblack
04/5/2020
13:04
They are still working on A5. But they've also said that " they are not in a rush" They're also optimistic that it will happen
rutter
04/5/2020
13:03
A Left field option ' The Caspian Explorer: -- operates principally between May and November as the Northern Caspian Sea is subject to ice in the winter months. -- costs approximately $100,000 per month while moored in port. ' Back of a Beermat, using rough numbers, check list ' 1) Potential asset capable of holding some 80,000 barrels of Oil with value today of around $1 million dollars ' 2) Unlikely to get a contract between now and November and then ice bound. Cost for next 11 months. $1.1 million to May 2021 in mooring fees ' 3) Currently Oil future contracts are for 90 day contract market of $37.50 per barrel so possible future value of Oil is nearly $ 4 million or better ' Operation either by company or hiring out to an Oil Trader I would suggest this an idea which should be considered, for at least breakeven or better a fair profit.
togglebrush
04/5/2020
12:57
I am guessing we are paying the boat charges. The sign off is a simple technicality.
davidblack
04/5/2020
12:38
not expecting share price to move much. (which probably means it will! but which way?) sp goes seriously north only when they deliver a deep. that's not so much to do with the extra cash (which is very nice) more to do with re-building faith in ability to deliver the deep wells and opening up the prospectivity of the deep assets. newsflow not encouraging on timeframe. could be another 6 months unless they somehow resolve a5.
konil
04/5/2020
12:04
nice one norman - lots of wisdom.
jostrummer
04/5/2020
12:00
So last week well 150 was producing around 500 bopd, today's RNS confirms flow rate at in excess of 500 bopd Well 153 was flowing at approx 200 bopd now Clive says in excess of 500 bopd Seems to me company not happy with current share price action and they have flipped the narrative to using more optimistic expressions like 'in excess of' If the boat sale had gone through Oraziman Family should be at 44.2% and not the 42.9% quoted by Clive today. No boat no berthing liability so good news for CASP short term cash flow Clive starting to tell the truth, it's the new norm!
the new norm
04/5/2020
11:55
None on my part for a while until they are ready and for that they need a receptive market, with my guess 15 months away when maybe that 40p might appear.
davidblack
04/5/2020
11:18
Konil/DB - exactly So why, by the same rationale, is there any expectation that the share price would rise impressively if they issue good news.
spangle93
04/5/2020
11:01
All buys, obviously still have our seller and big sells to be posted.
xclusive2
04/5/2020
10:59
Any good ? Don't keep to your self la
bloomberg2
04/5/2020
10:56
FWW W H Ireland has published a new research note on Caspian Sunrise
togglebrush
04/5/2020
10:54
spangle, presumably they will only up their pr game if/when they are thinking of approaching the market for placing? with the huge majority holding (oraz/satyl/concert party) not worth their while bothering otherwise?
konil
04/5/2020
10:52
Agreed Spangle but I believe there is a point at which KO has finished his “Internal Family Asset Restructuring” which has occurred at cheap prices and in a quiet way to avoid scrutiny. Once that “Family Task” has been completed it is in the family’s interest to upwardly change the value of Caspian’s equity to then enable it to acquire cheap acquisitions from third parties or possibly sell the assets to a third party at inflated prices. Personally I cannot see a queue of buyers for the Company post Covid19, for a while at least anyway, so that means a focus on acquiring assets cheaply of which there will be plenty of distressed sellers. As to whether the time for this “Change of Spots” being now? Maybe, but maybe not but quite possibly it could be. The Fundamental reason is assets are going to be repriced and their pre Covid19 values may not be a big guide to their post Covid19 pricing. My guess is KO knows this and will take full advantage of the opportunity. Ok I am an optimist! Shoot me now.
davidblack
04/5/2020
10:40
DB - many companies, some of which we share interest in, don't just talk about production, but set it in the context of netback. E.g. DGOC this morning - here's our cost, here's our (higher) hedged prices, here's our production. Production increases are great, and positively, it looks as if their prognosis for the field's characteristics is being upheld, allowing more confidence for future wells However investors looking at CASP would go beyond the production and ask what money is being made (rather than lost, hopefully!) on each barrel, or what would an updated reserves figure look like, details that holders here have almost decided are irrelevant on the basis that we're never given them. They could look for an updated presentation too and not find one... Even when the results come out, they'll be out of date relevant to the current position. Monthly cash outlay is 25% of what it was... awesome, but what was it in real terms? So, who is going to drive the demand that from today's RNS suggested would be warranted, if the company is unwilling to invest in the time to paint a full picture to the market
spangle93
04/5/2020
10:36
In a post shale world MJF will likely justify a low teens price on its own.
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