Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Enquest LSE:ENQ London Ordinary Share GB00B635TG28 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25p -3.94% 30.50p 30.50p 31.00p 31.75p 30.25p 31.75p 1,523,266 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 646.3 175.9 18.4 1.7 353.62

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/8/2017
20:13
I see they've brought it to the bottom of the range. I'm expecting a break to the upside now. So many games being played here with oil. In a year's time we'll all be thinking 30-34p was the bargain of the year.
mreasygoing
18/8/2017
16:06
How many oil liftings have we shipped from the Karen Field, and when is the next lifting due.
avidacre
15/8/2017
22:31
poo will tank then!!
discodave4
15/8/2017
22:02
Huge draw on inventories, 9.2m. Biggest draw in nearly a year.
mreasygoing
10/8/2017
16:46
Interims due 7 September
steelwatch
10/8/2017
16:31
So what is holding ENQ share price down, some possible items: 1) Poo needs to be $55+ 2) Net debt as at 30apr was $1.912m Cash and undrawn facilities was $244. Debt will have peaked around Jun17.. but no update available in debt being paid down or cash at hand. ( updates maybe in sep/Oct) 3) Kraken will have opex of $14, but we don't know how much is flowing yet! Any other thoughts?
oilandgas1
10/8/2017
16:26
The Permian cannot rise much faster given tightness of capital, labour, likely service cost inflation and current use of sweet spots.
oilandgas1
10/8/2017
15:51
Silly season. Thin volume being manipulated. The chart is getting tighter, big break hopefully to the upside. They may try and wrong foot before the true direction is known.
mreasygoing
10/8/2017
13:20
Poo up ENQ down!, wtf.
discodave4
09/8/2017
14:00
Resistance will break soon. We should see a powerful breakout. Fingers xd.
mreasygoing
09/8/2017
09:47
Games being played while volume is low.
mreasygoing
06/8/2017
13:25
steelwatch - the issue with US onshore shale is not so much the real economics as the perception amongst lenders and equity investors. The story has been about increasing production which has covered over a multitude of sins. So the continuous cash burn has been put down to investing for gravy tomorrow. The trouble is tomorrow is here and still cash negative. It is very much like a restaurant or retail roll out, where it reaches a point that same store sales growth in the old stores comes to an end and the proportionately smaller number of new stores with big growth cannot power the expected growth rate of company as a whole. What's worse for the shale story in comparison with the restaurant roll out is the SSS to increase to a plateau they decrease to a plateau which means the gearing works the other way round. The other piece is that the shale drillers had done an exceptional job with their forward sales. The financial benefits of that have about run their course and they can't be replaced. We've already seen the Bakken get blown out of the water by a combination of drilling and transport costs, and now it looks like the Permian is starting to go stale. So even though the existing army of drilled completed will keep flowing I think the supposed growth of plus 1mm per day for 2018 will undershoot dramatically. Having said that prices will not shoot up dramatically, but a floor of 50 and range of 50-60 would do wonders here.
hpcg
06/8/2017
12:58
Believe the transponder was switched on Friday morning (thanks to another poster, chilting, on the LSE board).
discodave4
06/8/2017
12:55
If they are ready to offload then would it be about 15kboepd from the two DC's. As gross peak has been forecast at about 50kboepd for all four drill centres (12.5kboepd per DC?), then would 60% of peak output be reasonable at this stage? - not in the industry so not certain what production rate is anticipated this early in the phasing in process.DD
discodave4
06/8/2017
10:15
Does this indicate a tanker could be on its way ?
mreasygoing
06/8/2017
04:28
Kraken FPSO has switched her AIS back on some time during the last 24 hours (or possibly a bit longer as I had internet problems yesterday)... It's been off most of the time since she arrived in the field.
steve73
05/8/2017
05:29
The thing to remember with shale (or any oil development) is that ANYTHING already spent is a sunk cost. So the only relevant cost of a well that's already been drilled is the ongoing operating cost... Even the overheads costs are irrelevant (although they can perhaps at least be reduced). So if the OPEX for a shale well is (say) $25/bbl, it will be produced as hard as it can to maximize revenue, provided the oil can be sold for more than this. Obviously new wells which may cost $30/bbl to drill will not be sanctioned.. unless of course they can have very low OPEX. The total project cost (CAPEX + OPEX) is only relevant pre-sanction.. once it's producing then OPEX is the only cost that matters.
steve73
04/8/2017
22:58
Lots of gas coming from those mature shale wells. Note the drops in shale producers share prices. When funding drops they'll struggle. I think we're reaching a plateau in US shale.
mreasygoing
04/8/2017
21:58
Yep, how long before Trump pulls the plug on the party.
mreasygoing
04/8/2017
21:30
The frantic shale race may be causing some long-term damage to assets in the Permian and other major U.S. oil fields https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-03/how-the-wild-shale-race-may-be-harming-the-permian-s-oil-trove
steelwatch
02/8/2017
21:13
I feel we may have hit the bottom al last, fingers crossed.
value king
02/8/2017
21:06
Pretty terrible quarterly results for Pioneer Natural Resources, PXD, today. It h as always been a cash burner, even at high oil prices. 45-50 is not enough for Permian shale E&Ps to make money. At the moment they are simply gifting oil to their customers. This bodes well for reducing their bullishness and ultimately lifting the range somewhat. Shell's "lower forever" prognosis still work keeping in mind though.
hpcg
02/8/2017
20:38
Goldman Sachs now saying oil companies are more profitable at $50 than they were at $100. Are they becoming bulls ??? LolVenezuela's national oil company could default later this year. The screw is being turned on the bears.
mreasygoing
31/7/2017
23:36
I think it could well be helpful. Not just because of a short term reduction in shipments to the US, but a meaningful medium and long term hit to world production. Especially as it has been nationalised so no eager foreign companies trying their best to work around. Not good for the population of course, but it is difficult to see a way around that.
hpcg
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