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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Enquest Plc LSE:ENQ London Ordinary Share GB00B635TG28 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.04 -0.23% 17.72 930,544 16:29:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.72 17.82 17.90 17.46 17.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 633.15 -413.96 -27.65 300
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:13:13 O 2,412 17.721 GBX

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Enquest Daily Update: Enquest Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ENQ. The last closing price for Enquest was 17.76p.
Enquest Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.20p and a 12 week average price of 13.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 25.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.67p.
There are currently 1,695,693,394 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,457,959 shares. The market capitalisation of Enquest Plc is £300,476,869.42.
stansmith3: sbb they been saying oil going higher on here too for five years i follow inventories closely, but its not the only show in town dont forget enq has also been diluting shareholders 2017 brent 60$, enq 50p 2021 brent 69$, enq 18p we actually have a couple of nutjobs on here - master gaslighter and onedb1 who think enq is tied to brent... only plus here is their execution has been top drawer, enquest that is, not our TA nutjobs, lol best
ammu12: Oil and Gas production and development company EnQuest PLC (LON: ENQ) said on Monday that it has signed a share purchase agreement with Whalsay Energy Holdings Limited to purchase their 100% equity interest in the P1078 licence containing the Bentley heavy-oil discovery.EnQuest shares are trading 2.38% higher at 16.36p following the announcement. So far in 2021, its share price has gained 44.7%.The oil discovery is within 15 km of EnQuest's Kraken and Bressay interests, with the company saying it offers "further long-term potential development opportunities and other synergies."EnQuest will acquire Whalsay's subsidiary, Whalsay Energy Limited, which holds the licence as its only asset on a cash, liability and debt-free basis.
bomfin: This board really went downhill a bit like the share price. As I mentioned, I believe there is a share placing in the offing and in those circumstances it is difficult for the share price to go up until that is cleared. I`m here for info. To share it and perhaps gain some info. Any news of any production problems that would perhaps have impacted the share price. Brent has been doing well, Enquest are an oil producer. Falling share price. I think it is the upcoming placing anyone got any other ideas ?
stupmy: That was from memory so I can't give you a reference, I didn't mean to imply that date came from OneDb1. In fact, it may have come from checking yesterday after your posts. It might have been on LSE. Sorry, bit vague I know. I just bought a few, but it may end up being a short term trade rather than part of an accumulation. We'll see. I was suprised there wasn't a share price reaction early today with POO moving to the upside (despite understanding that the spot price is not necessarily useful, it has impacted ENQ share price often).
stupmy: POO dropping hard at the moment. Might not be a great day for ENQ tomorrow. Oddly enough that suits me well. Onedb1 has covered monthly futures on brent on the other board. Regardless of that, ENQ share price seems to be very affected by day to day fluctuations in POO. The lower this sinks (as long as POO stays above 40 or so) the better an entry it provides as far as I'm concerned. I've not added yet, but will keep watching.
topnotch: Lifted from HotStockRockets: The oil price recovery continues and sector guru Peter Brailey has noted HERE that it is becoming very clear that demand is recovering back to pre-Covid levels along with production and storage decline trends. From around $67, he now sees $100 oil this year as very likely and perhaps inevitable rather than possible. And so to a geared way to play this… An early February update from EnQuest plc (ENQ) noted that 2020 “average group production was 59,116 Boepd… free cash flow generation of approximately $210 million”, that “net debt was $1,280 million” and noted “acquisition of a material interest in Golden Eagle… building on… the acquisition and operatorship of a material interest in the Bressay field that concluded in January”. Taking each statement in turn: The company’s production is largely from the UK North Sea, with also some in Malaysia. It also noted cash and available facilities of $284 million and existing portfolio 2021 net production guidance of 46,000-52,000 Boepd, with natural declines across the portfolio, anticipated cessation of production at the Dons field and continued low production at PM8/Seligi until repairs are completed. On 21st January 2021 it announced the Bressay transaction had completed, followed by a 4th February 2021 Golden Eagle announcement. The acquisition of a 40.81% interest in, and operatorship of, Bressay was for £2.2 million and $15 million on regulatory approval of a field development plan, with it noted it one of the largest undeveloped oil fields in the UKCS and appraisal flow rates of up to 2,900 bopd achieved. There then followed an agreement to purchase a 26.69% non-operated interest in the Golden Eagle area of the UK North Sea, comprising the producing Golden Eagle, Peregrine and Solitaire fields, for an initial consideration of $325 million. This will add immediate production of c.10,000 boepd with unit operating expenditure expected to be c. $5/Boe and life of field operating and capital expenditure anticipated to be c. $20/Boe, with anticipated field life extending into the early 2030’s. Pre-those acquisitions and on much lower oil prices, $210 million annual free cash flow compares to a current market cap here of circa £400 million, $550 million. The debt is a clear risk, but is also why the share price is where it is currently and there’s now a clear deleveraging opportunity. There is also that the company currently plans to finance the Golden Eagle transaction via some further debt and an up to $50 million equity raise. However, having survived the recent harsh oil price environment, it looks a geared way to play a now upturn and so… At up to 25p, with clear potential to regain the circa 37p share price (currently a circa £625 million, $860 million, market cap) of 2018 as a rising oil price combines with existing and new production, Buy.
stupmy: Wooooosh, I assume OPEC decided not increase production. Something lit the blue touchpaper under ENQ share price and POO.
stupmy: Well, it's just popped up for another crack at the upside. Full year results due on March 25th (subject to change). Be interesting to what OPEC+ decide and what impact that has on POO and ENQ share price Backstory suggest that OPEC+ may not reduce their production cuts (i.e. pump more) and that's what seems to have the POO up with an unexpectedly large build in inventory yesterday. Very interesting.
stupmy: That was published 7 hours ago apparently. Suggests that ENQ share price is trading at over 90% below it's fair value. Not sure whether that could have been a catalyst for todays movement. Worth looking at regardless, detailed pro's and con's hxxps://
stupmy: Trying again to break the 53 level. ENQ perked up nicely with POO. Any further rises from here look likely to push the ENQ share price up to close that gap to just above 18. Gap closures often don't act as resistance so I look for resistances around the level of the gap closure to get an idea of what might start some selling.On the weekly chart there is a previous support around 18p (that makes 18p a possible trigger for selling). After that level, there is a possibility that 23.5ish might act as a trigger for selling (weekly chart again). The daily chart has the gap closure at about 18, but the resistance from the weekly at 18 looks more like 17.5 on the daily. The daily chart also has a 2nd gap to around 19.5 and that coincides with a resistance. Bit of a mess, but I will be paying close attention to price action from 17.5p onwards.
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