Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Exillon Energy Plc LSE:EXI London Ordinary Share IM00B58FMW76 ORD USD0.0000125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 41.20 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
40.40 42.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 101.30 48.66 22.21 1.7 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 41.20 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Exillon Energy Daily Update
Exillon Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EXI. The last closing price for Exillon Energy was 41.20p.
Exillon Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 161,510,911 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Exillon Energy Plc is £66,542,495.33.
Posted at 11/5/2021 07:56 by wmunsi20
@wessie, I am equally stuck I believe. Are these shares a total loss. Did we get shafted by EXI and the Russians?
Posted at 11/6/2020 13:11 by basem1
What price was achieved here? Cannot find it anywhere
Posted at 10/6/2019 05:49 by lukmanpatel
Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
Posted at 26/4/2019 13:22 by bulltradept
EXI was kind to me today, so I can't knock 'em. ;-)
Posted at 26/4/2019 12:54 by spectoacc
EXI & FXPO, on the same day. Don't tell me auditors are finally waking up?
Posted at 29/5/2018 15:37 by pro_s2009
If anyone can get to go..........ask questions about :

1/ Refinancing situation.

2/ Drilling program.


Looks like its a pile of poo without any further info.


Posted at 08/5/2018 05:36 by pro_s2009
Hi Steve, the elephant in the room is the refinancing........which the company appears confident will be simple. If they do that then really EXI just turns into a cash producer with no uncertainty and should re-rate accordingly.

I would like some visibility on the drilling program..........would be nice if they could let us know.

Posted at 07/5/2018 16:18 by pro_s2009
I see EXI is still fast asleep.

Given the drilling program to 2020 is fully funded from the recent loan taken out, I guess we are simply waiting for news on the refinancing package. Once that is done, with the current oil prices allowing lots of cash to be generated, and the ongoing "paid for" drilling program to raise production levels up (should be starting when the weather improves - it might finally wake up again.

Case of sit back and wait........ Time to sleep again Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Posted at 15/7/2017 13:54 by pro_s2009
Mmmmm Seneal buying shares up at 167 pence.

Exillon Energy Plc
14 July 2017
For Immediate Release

Exillon Energy plc ("Exillon" or the "Company")

Information about the announcement of Tender Offer for Exillon shares listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange

The Board of Directors of Exillon notes the announcement earlier today by Seneal International Agency Ltd ("Seneal"), a company which is a significant shareholder of Exillon and is ultimately controlled by Mr. Alexey Khotin, that it has launched as of the date hereof a public tender offer to purchase shares of Exillon. The tender offer was announced in connection with the intention of Seneal to delist Exillon shares from trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange ("WSE"). In accordance with Polish law, the tender offer applies only to such shares of Exillon which were acquired in transactions executed on the regulated market in the Republic of Poland and are entered in securities accounts maintained in the Republic of Poland as at the end of the second day after the announcement of the tender offer, i.e. 16 July 2017 (the "Shares").

The purchase price for the Shares to which the tender offer applies is PLN 7.15 per Share.

The tender offer is conditional on approval by way of passing of the relevant corporate resolutions by the Board of Directors of Exillon on withdrawal of the Shares from trading on WSE.

Regardless of the delisting from WSE, Exillon's shares will continue to trade on the London Stock Exchange ("LSE"), and the Company intends to maintain its premium listing on the LSE.

Posted at 12/12/2016 21:13 by blue meaning
Interview: New Exillon Energy chief sees robust future for Russian independent sector

London (Platts)--24 Nov 2016 852 am EST/1352 GMT

* Financial stress to lead to M&A 'wave'
* Downplays OPEC-led output cuts

The head of Russia's Exillon Energy, Dmitry Margelov, has predicted a secure future for the country's independent upstream sector, but says a surge of merger and acquisition activity could be on the cards in the next two to three years.

In an interview, Margelov, who became chief executive of the London-listed company in March, said he saw little threat to the independent sector from the centralizing tendencies seen in Russia's oil industry in recent years. He also played down the significance of any effort by Moscow to curb oil output in collaboration with OPEC, saying the burden of such a move would probably fall on large companies.

"I think our government is interested in having independent producers," Margelov said. "For now I don't see any political risks for our company." "Yes, there is a process of centralization, but from my point of view this pretty strange and unpredictable situation with Bashneft is not a sign that now all assets will go to Rosneft," he said, referring to state-controlled Rosneft's recent acquisition of Bashneft, a deal that led to bribery charges against a government minister.

As a company, "we are in a very strong position and we have every chance to develop our production and sometime maybe in future to acquire new assets," he added.

Exillon is currently producing around 15,000 b/d of light, low-sulfur oil, most of it from the Kayumovskoe and Lumutinskoe fields in West Siberia, plus some in the Timan Pechora basin in Russia's far north. It plans a new drilling program in the first half of next year aimed at reviving its declining output.

The reboot of the company follows a change of ownership in 2013 in which property investors Alexei Khotin and Alexander Klyachin took the place of Kazakh businessman Maksat Arip as its largest shareholders.

Margelov said Exillon had slashed its drilling expenditure at the time of the oil price downturn in 2014, but had now accumulated $100 million of cash, enabling it to take advantage of much-reduced prices in the supply chain and associated rig availability.

This is likely to mean horizontal drilling, but from existing wells. Exillon's core West Siberian fields benefit from a tax exemption applicable to challenging geologies, but its estimated lifting costs last year were just $3.3/b and it benefits from easy access to transport infrastructure.

The company has avoided entering long-term sales contracts, preferring to be flexible on how it sells its oil, which has an API gravity of around 41 and sulfur content of just 2.2% for the west Siberian fields. The majority of its revenue was from domestic sales last year and it has estimated oil reserves of 500 million barrels.

In terms of costs, Margelov said the tendency of larger companies to carry out more drilling in-house and reduce their use of service companies was a boon for upstream independents. "Prices for drilling services in Russia are now really low. There are a lot of companies that have their drill rigs standing with no bidders -- they're very flexible, both on pricing and in terms of payment."

Concerning Russia's offers to join OPEC in curbing output, a suggestion balked at by some large producers, Margelov said he was confident Exillon and others like it would be unaffected, not least due to questions of implementation.

"I don't think someone would ever want to freeze the production of a small and independent producer like Exillon -- they don't have any mechanism to do this. I don't think [the government] would like to change taxation right now because people are worried about this," he said.

The government "would take measures that would apply to governmental companies like Gazprom Neft, Rosneft, because it's easier."


As for the Russian upstream market, Margelov said asset holders currently tended to have an inflated view of the value of their assets, but were likely to modify this as financial stresses on the sector increase. If past cycles are anything to go by, some upstream assets may end up in the hands of banks, which would then want to offload them, he added.

"There are some assets that are intended to be sold, but their owners still believe the oil price is around $100/b and expect too much. It takes time for asset owners to understand what the fair price is. Now we will see that some companies will not be able to pay their debts to commercial banks and maybe in some years we will see that some banks got some nice assets just as security... Then of course they would like to sell them," Margelov said.

"In two or three years we will see a wave of interesting M&A transactions in Russia."

--Nick Coleman,
--Edited by Alisdair Bowles,

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