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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Enwell Energy Plc LSE:ENW London Ordinary Share GB0031775819 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.00 16 08:00:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.65 17.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 89.74 49.24 11.76 1.3 54
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:00:07 O 16 17.95 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Enwell Energy Daily Update
Enwell Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ENW. The last closing price for Enwell Energy was 17p.
Enwell Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 9p and a 12 week average price of 9p.
The 1 year high share price is 29.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9p.
There are currently 318,366,876 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 71,199 shares. The market capitalisation of Enwell Energy Plc is £54,122,368.92.
Posted at 04/1/2023 18:21 by maloneyt
Is it not possible for the majority shareholder in question, as mentioned in the news, to just sell up or transfer his holdings, so ENW can move on, and be excluded from the legislation to take effect from 28 March 2023 ??
Posted at 04/1/2023 17:29 by tigerbythetail
Hi 34!
The low volume is the only explanation for today's price action.
To be honest, I struggle to see how (given the harsh realities of Ukrainian business) there is any value left for minority shareholders here. It would be very foolish to think the cash pile establishes a firm "minimum" value for this company. Watch it evaporate now!

Posted at 04/1/2023 09:28 by tigerbythetail
Well, that wasn't unexpected. The Ukrainian government has decided not to let a good crisis (war!) go to waste and finally reckon up with the oligarchs. About time.
The new law is clearly targeted at Novinsky, amongst others. Essentially, he's been branded a traitor due to his close association with the Moscow Patriarchate and chief Russian warmonger Patriarch Kirill.
So what happens next? Novinsky could hurriedly sell his shares in Enwell in the hope that Enwell will get to keep its licences (though that's far from guaranteed). Enwell could accept the loss if its Ukrainian operations and become a cash shell. Or it could pay out the cash pile held abroad (the money in Ukraine is likely "lost") in a special dividend and shut up shop. Or, and this is most likely, there will be a Ukrainian twist in the tale which "disappears" the cash and leaves minority shareholders with nothing. This is a pure gamble now, and most likely a losing one.
BTW, if you want an example of the inefficiency of AIM, take a look at FXPO. They haven't RNSed anything yet, but this law applies to them as much as it applies to Enwell. And their oligarch, majority shareholder Konstantin Zhevago, is actually under arrest in France and awaiting extradition to Ukraine. I'm confident that FXPO is a better short than ENW is a good long!!!

Posted at 10/12/2022 09:47 by officerdigby
Indeed. If anything it stops the shareholder from taking complete control.Perhaps, this will result finally in ENW becoming a normal listed Co. If there is such a thing, in Ukraine.
Posted at 04/12/2022 15:36 by tigerbythetail
Yes, the court rulings AGAINST Enwell on matters on which they had previously ruled FOR Enwell were a red flag. Ukrainian courts are incredibly corrupt (I know this well!), but even a big bribe doesn't buy a direct reversal of a previous ruling like that. Only political influence can.
To be honest, I'm surprised it took so long for the Ukrainians to act.
I've no idea how this plays out now. Maybe there will be some pieces to pick up at some point. But my instinct is telling me ENW shares may well be worthless (the Ukrainian subsidiaries will be seized via the courts, the money held offshore will be spirited away in darkness).

Posted at 30/1/2022 18:16 by tigerbythetail
Based on my 25 years experience of work in Russia and Ukraine, IMO this article comes closer to the truth of the current tension than most reporting:
www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/30/analysis-ukraine-russia-vladimir-putin-uk-us-intelligence
There is geopolitical risk here, no question. But ENW's current share price drop is over-estimating it.
It's worth noting that the share price of ENW's neighbour in Poltava region, FXPO, has fallen far less.

Posted at 13/10/2021 17:28 by officerdigby
A better explanation yesterday of the revenues coming in and where they were being spent on and for what ultimate purpose yesterday would have ENW share price on a nice on-going upward trajectory. But alas. It's now down to those in know and those who can work it all out themselves to see the potential value here!
Posted at 13/9/2021 09:18 by vk1971
Have read your blog on JKX and ENW. Very well written. Potential is surely there and your analysis is fair albeit more focused at the macro level. There is something to be said about the declining production of both but they have also somewhat reversed these declines with latest wells. For ENW we are still awaiting results of the latest SV 29 well but the rising cash pile for JKX and stable huge cash for ENW gives support to share price. There is also flip side to that especially on JKX as Capex has been reduced.

I also think that your assumed average HY21 gas prices are too low and are more likely to be around UAH 8,500-9000 for first 6 months so more like $320 rather than $230 as you assumed. Furthermore for the last 3 months you can easily assume almost double that at an average of UAH16,000 or whopping $600 for thousand m3.

Like you, I have invested in both at low prices when I saw that after initial Covid impact both JKX and ENW have stayed quite low and saw that as an opportunity (I am at ENW at 14.75 and JKX 19.7).

Can you have a go at projecting a revenue/profit for last 3 months for both ENW and JKX?

Thanks

Posted at 13/8/2020 08:53 by maloneyt
Some of the shares traded yesterday were bought above the offer price for some reason. What do they know that we don't ??
Also exactly at the same time JKX share price went down, ENW share price went up !! could it be that JKX are in talks to take over ENW I wonder ??

Posted at 03/7/2020 20:11 by vk1971
well there is few of us I guess who are still invested. Don't like them releasing this late on Friday even worse is why did they pay Arkona half of the money of $4M knowing that licence can still be challenged in lower court. I am bit confused as to why is this allowed in lower court when apparently Supreme Court has already ruled in favour of Arkona.
In RNS they say correctly that remainder of their payment which is another $4M is protected and doesn't have to be paid but what about money already paid? is this going to be lost if Arkona loses? RNS obviously shows confidence in Arkona winning so maybe situation is not that bad but you'd think them thinking about this before and not paying them anything until fully resolved.
I hope this will not impact ENW share price on Monday as it is already too low comparing to their cash and the fact that last piece of news was positive well result increasing ENW production by approx. 10% and share price hardly moved on that. If this goes lower Ill prob buy more

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