Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hurricane Energy LSE:HUR London Ordinary Share GB00B580MF54 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.67p -3.25% 49.78p 5,902,211 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
49.78p 49.92p 51.15p 49.68p 50.45p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -7.00 -0.46 975.3

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19/10/2018
09:20
Hurricane Energy Daily Update: Hurricane Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HUR. The last closing price for Hurricane Energy was 51.45p.
Hurricane Energy has a 4 week average price of 48.98p and a 12 week average price of 46p.
The 1 year high share price is 60.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 24p.
There are currently 1,959,210,336 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,044,523 shares. The market capitalisation of Hurricane Energy is £975,294,905.26.
16/10/2018
09:13
1bluebottle: I gave A phone call To hurricanes head office as I needed to understand why hurricane share price is where it is because at 20 thousand barrels a day would only give it a share price of 20 pence To 30 pence . I understand that there is an increase with the amount of oil Underground. I was put through to the chairman and he explained to me that the hope is they would be eventually bought out. but he understood that the price is should be around 30 pence and not 51 at this time as there is no full understanding that what is underground is oil they have good understanding that it could be but there is always doubt. he explains that sprint is paying for half of the expiration but there could be the case that there isn't the oil that is expected. we also chatted about the date line of When sprint would be supplying oil if things go to plan that came out at 2020 . so hurricane would only be giving their shareholders 17000 barrels of oil and no more until 2020. is this enough money to give us a share price of 51 pence . I also asked about gas wastage he explained that they would offset it with carbon credit and hopefully within 2022 it would have a gas pipe to mainland so they could sell the gas . this was good interesting news as I don't like to see waste of any type. I was pleased to have had the chance to speak and find out more about hurricane and it's share price.
18/9/2018
01:01
spangle93: Telbap, not a fair summary of what I wrote, at least. I was talking about a valuation based on one particular metric, rather than any deal itself. Maybe hiddendepths has a different view about $15/bbl in the ground for 2C volumess, most of which won't be produced for years, when who knows what the oil price will be. At this stage there's no wrong or right in respect of whether it was a smart move by Spirit Energy A fairly new company with the mindset of an independent and ambitions to grow has quite a different risk tolerance for investments than the majors that had been the talk of the bulletin board before the deal was announced. You and rayrac are saying that because one company committed to invest in HUR's assets, then they must be good. Well, it lessens the risk of them being duds, but being trite, there's the null argument that other players have had ample opportunity over months of depressed HUR share price to invest in the play or buy the company, and they didn't. Why? There may be all sorts of reasons why this opportunity appealed to or had additional value for, Spirit rather than other opportunities for them - maybe the timing vs its portfolio funnel, maybe the tax position - or why Spirit wanted a piece of this while no other company did. Anyway, as I said, it was just a post based on numbers. It's a really good deal for HUR, it brings value to a piece of the HUR asset portfolio that hasn't attracted big numbers before, it bumps the confidence in the play, as you say, and reduces the risk in this investment to the extent that there's more upside than downside. So I guess my glass is half full too :-)
12/7/2018
10:17
bocase: Rayrac: The oil price dropped 4% yesterday hence the drop in HUR share price yesterday. Brent crude up 1.9% today.
12/7/2018
06:44
bocase: www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/07/11/oil-price-could-hit-150-donald-trump-weaponises-us-industry/ As we saw yesterday the oil price fell and so did HUR share price but if the oil price doubles from here so will the value of HUR's reserves...the effect on the share price will be the same as an oil discovery of equal size.
05/7/2018
00:24
xxnjr1: Hopeful Holder, The post from fingersxxd was absolutely outstanding. I was so impressed with Fingers comments, I've re-typed them below, so you, and any others unable to view them, can benefit from Fingers insight into the technical set up of HUR share price. "Hi hiddendepths - as you pointed out, the 48p level has been quite an obstacle during the past month. However I reckon the "main barrier" is the 50p psychological level just above, which is going to require a very sharp, strong move to break through, and it looks to me as though the price has been consolidating to build up the strength that will be needed for such a move. Today, the price saw intra-day moves above 48p, with increased volume, and indicators suggesting a potential "crossover", all +ve signals suggesting the price "may be ready to go". Watch for any "buys" appearing above 48.50p as the next signal for a potential quick move to attack the 50.00p level. Whether the price can break through 50.00p, will then depend on volume, I reckon a daily volume in excess of 15m may possibly be needed. When a "confirmed" breakout of 50p is eventually achieved, I would then anticipate the development of quite a strong underlying uptrend towards it's next initial target, which I consider to be the 62.50p level. (Having said all that, if the price is not ready to continue higher, and starts to retrace, main support below is 45p)" fingersxxd, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts regarding HUR share price Really appreciated by everyone, I'm sure.
15/6/2018
16:25
bocase: HUR share price showing a high degree of correlation with the oil price which is down $2.40/barrel today Any announcement on Monday about further progress and de-risking should see us push higher though as would smaller than expected production cuts at the OPEC meeting next week. Just topped up with a further 10000 at 46.00
27/5/2018
09:54
francis55: Did a fair but of reading on Opec and potential end June meeting to turn taps back on coupled with US inventories at highest output where they can't be shipped quick enough and emergence of shale all looking like $60 to $65 oil by end of June. Saying that with sanction hurting Russia surley $80 oil helps them to a surplus as noted recently by their Chancellor or is plugging the gaps from Iran and Venezuela more important for longer term strategy to take a hit just now.Think I'm selling Hur and hopefully going back in at low 30s if oil price drop to $60 $65 is reflective in Hur share price.Sensible comments welcomed...
20/5/2018
16:10
badday: I didn't realise Motley Fool was still going, but theres a tip on there anyway! The Hurricane Energy share price is rising. Is it time to buy? Rupert Hargreaves | Sunday, 20th May, 2018 | More on: HUR Image source: Getty Images. The Hurricane Energy (LSE: HUR) share price has woken up this year. After going nowhere in 2017, the stock has jumped 57% year-to-date. And I believe this is only the start of what could be a long run higher for its shares as the oil company continues to progress towards first production. Project start-up Hurricane’s management has to be commended for what the company has accomplished over the past year. Ever since 2014, when the price of oil began to crash, it has been difficult, if not impossible, for many small oil companies to function. Even the world’s largest oil companies have had to put projects on ice, cut capital spending and scale back exploration plans to cope with the declining prices. However, against this backdrop, Hurricane was able to convince investors to stump up $520m to develop its flagship Lancaster field, which has combined 2P Reserves and 2C Contingent Resources of 523m barrels of oil. Even though it hasn’t been easy, by starting the development of Lancaster at the bottom of the oil cycle, I believe Hurricane has put down strong foundations for future growth. As activity in the oil services sector has slumped over the past three years, service providers have slashed costs to try and attract custom. As a result, oil producers have been able to cut hundreds of millions of dollars off the cost of developing projects, helping to improve the overall long-term returns from these developments. Hurricane is likely to have benefitted from this. The company might have had to ask investors for significantly more funding if management had commissioned the project at the top of the oil price cycle. Rising oil prices Not only has the company been able to benefit from low service costs, but now the price of oil is also moving in its favour. At the time of writing, the Brent crude benchmark is trading at just under $80 a barrel, its highest level since the end of 2014. Hurricane is planning to have the early production system in place and producing oil from Lancaster during the first half of 2019. Over the next few months, we should have further updates on how the development and installation of this system is going. So far, the company is on track to install the system during the third quarter of the year. And if the price of oil continues on its current trajectory, then Hurricane is set to begin production from Lancaster at one of the most favourable times in the past four years. Time to buy? Considering all of the above, even after recent gains, I believe that it’s time to buy the Hurricane share price. Even though the company has not started production yet, it’s well on the way to first oil and rising oil prices should prove to be a strong tailwind when production finally begins. There’s still plenty of work for the firm to do over the next six to 12 months, but its outlook has dramatically improved in 2018.
27/4/2018
10:17
bloodhound: Mm, interesting times. 50.5hrs ago the 'ceiling' was 40p (as qouted on here) now 44p. Also not a peep or rather Tweet from RB of CA, not even a 'HUR share price seems perky today'.Mmm. And TH is back too :-) BH
21/11/2017
11:03
mrwaite: stepone68...the cash returned to shareholders by SIA in 2014 was about the current HUR share price as I recall. Timing was everything there, as usual!
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