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DEC Diversified Energy Company Plc

1,091.00
15.00 (1.39%)
Last Updated: 09:34:15
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diversified Energy Company Plc LSE:DEC London Ordinary Share GB00BQHP5P93 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  15.00 1.39% 1,091.00 1,092.00 1,096.00 1,091.00 1,060.00 1,060.00 77,232 09:34:15
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 868.26M 758.02M 15.7334 0.69 521.29M
Diversified Energy Company Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DEC. The last closing price for Diversified Energy was 1,076p. Over the last year, Diversified Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 822.50p to 1,963.00p.

Diversified Energy currently has 48,178,835 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Diversified Energy is £521.29 million. Diversified Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 0.69.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/2/2024
17:00
Warren Buffett on buybacks recently:

Buffett, who determines the level of buybacks at Berkshire, has repeatedly said he is price conscious, noting in his annual letter: “All stock repurchases should be price-dependent. What is sensible at a discount to business-value becomes stupid if done at a premium.”

We are certainly trading at a heavy discount here.

bountyhunter
25/2/2024
14:37
Fordtin, if you take assets out of the Company eg as dividends or to pay for share buy backs the NAV goes down. It is wrong to just keep the NAV constant in these circumstances. But the general principle is correct taking shares off the table at a discount will certainly increase the discount, as long as the share price doesn't begin to rise because there is a shortage of stock on offer.
grahamg8
24/2/2024
15:35
#Grahamg8, we recently doubled the size of the plugging capability with the Tanos deal so it is an expanding part of the business, and will continue as demand for the service picks up, we win 3rd party plugging contracts and now do Gov owned orphan/abandoned well contracts they want plugged too..

The period of maximum productivity may be in the first ten years, but we buy up old wells past their best and can keep them ticking over for decades..

We are part of the solution not the problem - right place, right time sweeping up the mess (for a price).. ;o)

laurence llewelyn binliner
24/2/2024
12:11
Until now I've rather dismissed the LVL Energy business as being a bit of a side line. Nice to have, reduces retirement costs by keeping the work in house, and a bit of pocket money on the side from services to third parties.

I think my interpretation is right that FY2023 568 wells were processed, 384 in house and 184 external. But if DEC have 60,000 wells and their life is 10 years then the retirement capability needs to ramp up accordingly. In the presentation to WV Energy Committee it was stated that there were 6000 orphan wells in the State. And now the Client Earth article is suggesting there are 2.1m abandoned and unplugged wells in the USA.

Sounds like "Right Company, Right Time" has it just about ........Right.

grahamg8
24/2/2024
10:43
FT story about abandoned wells in the US. DEC gets a mention.
tag57
24/2/2024
08:09
Yes it will be.
sbb1x
23/2/2024
21:33
linking into above (and 4 yrs & 6 yrs respectively since the EQT acquisitions) this surely gives the lie to the bear case as DEC ramp up plugging out of cashflow while providing a profitsble 3rd party plugging to WV State amongst others



The plaintiffs allege that, instead of plugging the wells, the company knowingly sold them to a privately owned Texas shell company that was designed to go bankrupt and shed the cleanup liability....The plaintiffs argue the transfers of these oil and gas wells to a small private company deliberately designed to go bankrupt was fraudulent, and consequently the responsibility for plugging the wells must remain with the previous owner

elpirata
23/2/2024
21:25
An unintended consequence of the McEvoy plaintiffs action is to draw into the litigation a number of 'intervenor defendants' who are mineral rights owners in the allegedly abandoned & orphaned wells, and whose rights to any future royalties would be terminated if the wells were to be plugged by order of the Court, even if the wells were dormant and required rehabilitation.

The motion to cojoin with DEC & EQT as defendants was opposed by the McEvoy plaintiffs

eg In the Third Amended Class Action Complaint [Doc.322], for example, plaintiff Joan Medley alleges that according to the Office of Oil and Gas, the well's operator has not reported natural gas production in any amount since 2018 for well 047- 039-02361.
According to the Office of Oil and Gas, the well 047-039-02361 has not produced oil since 2018.
Without any mineral production on those wells, there is no purpose and no legal justification for the continued presence of the wells or their associated equipment

The Court granted Judgement for the intervenor defendants thus

The Intervening Defendants all have mineral interests in Well 047-039-02361. The WV DEP Office of Oil and Gas website lists Well 047-039-02361 as an "Active
Well." Moreover, plaintiff Medley's allegation that the well has not reported gas production in any amount since 2018 is simply untrue. As the chart shows below,
Well 047-039-02361, even if only marginally, produced 18mcfg of gas in 2022.

Plaintiffs filed the Third Amended Complaint on June 16, 2023. Upon further review, some of the allegations concerning some wells in the Third Amended Complaint appear to be unsupported

Its not a good look for the class action lawyers if they cant even get their facts right before (if) it even goes to full trial!

elpirata
23/2/2024
18:05
Yes and state the obvious, but then it will recover. Especially whenQ4 divi announced same rate as Q3, plus annual results put to rest the shorters and de-dampers false news and scaremongering!! Them and you can then crawl back under the de-tampers and shorters unscrupulous rock.
97peter
23/2/2024
17:44
On it's way up again in New York, only 3 trading days left before XD 87.5c.
bountyhunter
23/2/2024
17:41
#Elpirata, indeed, and waiting for it.. :o)
laurence llewelyn binliner
23/2/2024
15:46
Could see new 52 week low next week after exdiv day
sbb1x
23/2/2024
12:29
No big buyers out there from what I can see atm.
bulltradept
23/2/2024
12:27
Justice
There is no volume buy 1000 and you will move the price.

marksp2011
23/2/2024
11:27
Shorts illegally crashing the price again, FCA AWOL.
justiceforthemany
23/2/2024
09:11
Nice gap close on the daily..
bulltradept
22/2/2024
18:49
This_is_me
so you claim you cant see anyone shorting the shares but you dont look at the short tracker. I think I see the problem.

pogue
22/2/2024
18:19
Can't you divide by 20?! Whatever next. Maybe the text is the wrong color for you?
bountyhunter
22/2/2024
17:43
you don't have a dog and bark yourself.....I think the header should include a current vs old price converter
neilyb675
22/2/2024
17:42
Divide by 20
bountyhunter
22/2/2024
17:32
in old money what is todays DEC price ?
neilyb675
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