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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Empyrean Energy Plc LSE:EME London Ordinary Share GB00B09G2351 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.875 3.75 4.00 3.875 3.725 3.88 124,301 08:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -0.8 -0.0 - 19

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12/1/2021
16:13
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judijudi
12/1/2021
15:49
On next decent buy
blueblood
12/1/2021
15:48
Any chance of another tick up.....
blocker2
12/1/2021
15:31
woooohoooo we're blue...5.1p next stop, soon be 5.2p...soon be Christmas ;-0
wcj
12/1/2021
15:23
woooohoooo we're blue...10p next stop, soon be 100p...soon be Christmas ;-0
lazarus2010
12/1/2021
15:10
What is this strange unfamiliar colour?!
blakieboy7
12/1/2021
14:57
nametrade, Let's just say that the sale figure will, imo, be in excess of the current market cap and will ensure that a China drill - whether through a JV or whether we go it alone (not my preferred option) - will take place in the next drilling window. Imo
jemjem
12/1/2021
14:20
Jemjem, what sort of figure did you have in mind...if considerably more than $30million?
nametrade
12/1/2021
14:17
Spot Asian LNG has traded today at a record $32.5 MMBtu. If Conrad can secure a deal at a paltry $8 MMBtu for Duyung, then we're seriously off to the races and I'm confident we will get considerably more than $30m for our share. Although the current spot prices are very abnormal, price stability and continuity of supply will be a high priority for buyers in both Singapore and Indonesia. I'm expecting a nice surprise on the "Duyung front" in the not too dirtant future. Imo
jemjem
12/1/2021
13:00
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coiin stein
12/1/2021
12:50
If those are the only choices, id prefer to wait another year than go anywhere near the death spiral funding
currypasty
12/1/2021
12:46
Curry, you're possibly correct in terms of timeframe to sign the final contract however I would think that as soon as a final offer has been accepted by the consortium it will be agreed with a non-refundable deposit. This locks them in for the period allowed to sign the deal and pay the final balance of the cash. We imho just need the announcement that the deal has been concluded and the expected value back to us to breathe some life in to EME share price Once that deal is agreed TK can then go and start lining up his ducks for a China drill with the possibility for JV partner(s) to come on board, and they will do so in the knowledge that if necessary EME can go it alone as soon as the cash comes in. If the Duyung buyer is AAA e.g. BP, Shell, Chinese or any other State owned gas company then this would improve our hand for any China JV negotiations and could even persuade TK to borrow the initial cash required to set things in motion. We do have that facility lined up, don't we?
lazarus2010
12/1/2021
11:22
more like years away imv stranded gas ain't worth zip let alone HT's $30m ask any oiler Discuss
hodge podge
12/1/2021
09:20
But they could sign a HOA and announce it...
petercrosby
12/1/2021
09:17
That's great news blakie, but what LNG price will be used to calculate value? When the talks began? months, maybe a year ago, or today. If its based on todays price, what have we been doing all year? Surely it will be based on some sort of average, forward thinking and a lot of guess work on the state of the worlds economy, post corvid. Either way, a deal has obviously not been signed yet, or we would have had that golden RNS, so gas prices rising and looking strong is a great thing. Personally I think people are too optimistic on timeframes going forward. Has anyone done any legal contracts lately. I have they take forever, and are ridiculously over complicated. The paperword has ballooned out of all proportion. Just imaging the legals for this job... Secondly look at the size of the possible deal. Speculation on here on $30m to EME for their 8%. Say Coro want out, at 15%, and Conrad want to de risk and take some cash out.. say they sold half their share.. that about 62% sold. At 30m for eme that means someone looking to stump up $230 million, plus development costs going forward. You are not going to take that decision lightly. All in all I think it could be months away yet!
currypasty
12/1/2021
07:59
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Why-Asian-LNG-Prices-Are-Going-Through-The-Roof.html
blakieboy7
11/1/2021
12:20
I hear ya ;D
hang ten
11/1/2021
12:04
Mount Teide11 Jan '21 - 11:45 - 15457 of 15457 0 3 0 Daily charter rates for LNG carriers have surged more than 10 fold since the summer, as demand for spot cargoes in SE Asia continues to grow across the region. Bloomberg reported that Trafigura Group is looking to charter an LNG tanker to load an early February cargo from the United States at a rate of $350,000/day. While shipping data intelligence firm Kpler said spot LNG charter rates are averaging $322,000/day in the Atlantic Basin. In Spain, a major gas-consuming country that hosts more LNG import terminals than anywhere else in Europe, spot prices hit an all-time record of $18.71/MMBtu. The Spanish benchmark has shot through the roof as a result of below normal temperatures in China, Japan and South Korea leaving buyers in need of prompt cargoes, drawing spot cargoes away from Europe. Clarksons expects the market to remain very tight for at least the next three months. At current SE Asian LNG spot rates a 250,000 cubic metre LNG carrier's cargo would have a market value of $180m - 60% of the cost of building the vessel, which will have a 25 year commercial life. At the current LNG charter rate a vessel will earn revenue equivalent to the build cost of a new vessel every 2 years 3 months!
lazarus2010
11/1/2021
11:46
Who’s going to buy 8,002 shares for good luck :-)) Edit 3,002 shares
bluehooperman
11/1/2021
10:39
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mr pinocchio
11/1/2021
10:32
Sounds like you have been sniffing the stuff during lockdown HT.My mate tells me that the more preparation you do before slapping paint on the better the finish so we should expect this result to be close to perfection.That would make the hours you've spent listening to the paint drying worthwhile.
10owen
11/1/2021
10:23
I'm waiting for 100p plus
blakieboy7
11/1/2021
10:17
It's like listening to paint dry !
hang ten
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