I3 Energy Dividends - I3E

I3 Energy Dividends - I3E

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
I3 Energy Plc I3E London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.50 -2.07% 23.60 16:29:55
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
24.15 22.70 24.45 23.60 24.10
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Industry Sector
OIL & GAS PRODUCERS

I3 Energy I3E Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
03/08/2022InterimGBX0.1430/12/202130/06/202211/08/202212/08/202202/09/20220
06/07/2022InterimGBX0.1430/12/202130/06/202214/07/202215/07/202205/08/20220
08/06/2022InterimGBX0.1401/12/202131/03/202216/06/202217/06/202208/07/20220
09/03/2022InterimGBX0.131/12/202031/12/202117/03/202218/03/202208/04/20220.4
09/02/2022InterimGBX0.130/05/202130/09/202117/02/202218/02/202211/03/20220
27/09/2021InterimGBX0.230/12/202030/06/202107/10/202108/10/202129/10/20210

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Posted at 22/9/2022 01:24 by pro_s2009
I think everyone should be aware......... Currently there are a lot of people shorting stocks. Currently there are also a lot of people selling out of stocks looking to buy back lower. This happens in Bear markets where low volumes and lots of selling makes it easy to manipulate shares lower by getting everyone to "reduce risk"....... The boards are full of doom merchants now, telling how they have sold and "pleading" with others to sell as well - without actually saying it. The valuation of any oil and gas stock should be based on : Reserves level Resource level Debt level Cash level Current production level Generating FCF ? Paying dividend ? i3E has no reserves booked for Serenity. If Serenity fails it will make no difference to the value of i3E as a company. i3E currently has Canadian reserves and resources, Canadian production of over 20K boped and is generating lots of FCF and paying a dividend. On the flip side......should Serenity appraisal well be good - they can then book some reserves for Serenity - which adds instantly to the valuation. The only thing at play here is Sentiment on the downside - which is why there is a campaign to make sentiment weak and get people to sell. Serenity in reality for i3E offers zero downside at the current share price and valuation metrics and only upside on success. Thats the reality. So onwards we go, to the drill and results, and then perhaps the sidetrack as well which has been planned as an option......
Posted at 21/9/2022 16:48 by goodday1
You have registered a new account just to tell us that!!!Lol0.13 per cent of total shares traded today.As Royal said earlier (How many people understand that this is not a wild cat drill, the oil is there just a matter of how much and how big the field.)This is i3e & not EOG, i3e is underpinned by 24K b/d by year-end & dividend payments & special dividends later this year, hopefully!If you holding for the medium to long term while PoO is elevated due to lack of supplies.The i3e share price will go up month by month.You can not get dividends when you sell out.You make your buy/sell decision & you get the rewards accordingly or might not if you sold out!Good luck with your strategy.Gl all
Posted at 21/9/2022 09:51 by tournesol
THE ASYMMETRY EFFECT In the past I've made money by playing the valuation asymmetry effect. What I mean is that WHI's valuation includes only a small(ish) percentage of Serenity to reflect the uncertainty. That means that the upside to their valuation/target is much bigger than the downside. According to the latest report by WH IRELAND - the Canadian assets have a fair value = 49.3 p/sh Serenity has a potential best case value = 64.2 p/sh other assets have a fair value = 4.5 p/sh So if Serenity comes good, the total value of i3E = 118 p/sh If Serenity is a disaster, and is written off, then the total value of i3E = 53.8 p/sh So worst case i3E = 2x current price and best case i3E = 4x current price (and that does not factor in the other n sea assets. This is a heads I win, tails I don't lose scenario. My personal favourite. I've already been out and bought bigger boots. I am thinking about going back to the boot shop for the next size up - again.
Posted at 20/9/2022 22:28 by mattybuoy
Sector doldrums ... I have just done a search for monthly dividend paying Canadian E&Ps other than I3E. There are at least 9 of these. Two of them have a yield greater than I3E even accounting for the 15% withholding tax. The two higher yielders are Gear Energy (GXE) & Cardinal Energy (CJ). Interestingly these companies are both much more highly valued than I3E on a simple market cap per flowing barrel basis. So it looks like there might be a limit to how much stock prices will react to increasing dividends.
Posted at 16/9/2022 03:31 by pro_s2009
End of the day, look around. JSE - going down (ops problems) TXP - struggling (ops problems) PANR - going down (waiting flow testing) EOG - struggling to rise I3E - struggling to rise TRIN - going down (Trinidad high tax) ECO - struggling to rise CHAR - struiggling to rise DELT - struggling to rise GKP - struggling to rise PTAL - struggling to rise SAVE - struggling to rise This is the current state of the AIM market - money is being withdrawn from the market as people worry.........and while this happens stocks go down or at best struggle to stay level. When it turns, those currently struggling will rise. Which is why, for me, its important to be currently in : Stocks paying a good dividend and with plenty of solid upside (like I3E etc..) Or be in small companies with massive short term upside (like PRD and ECO and EOG etc..) For the future, look to stocks who will be paying a dividend next year and with excellent FCF (like PTAL etc...) Or be in cash, however, cash is also losing money with inflation, so better be in good dividend paying stocks imo. Just imo.
Posted at 14/9/2022 08:51 by goodday1
Just in case this BB plonker turns up saying i3e dropping/dropped from recent highs.KIST actually performed/performing worse than its recent highs.Please tell him to sling his hook.I am few on this BB not happy with the share price & they are winning about it.i3e production going to around 24K b/d within 3 months.Add to that Serenity drill, dividend, special dividend & whatever Mr John Festivalup to!Keep Calm and Carry On Collecting the Dividend.Gl all
Posted at 07/9/2022 07:09 by pro_s2009
7 September 2022 i3 Energy plc ("i3" or the "Company") October 2022 Dividend Declaration i3 Energy plc (AIM:I3E) (TSX:ITE), an independent oil and gas company with assets and operations in the UK and Canada, is pleased to announce the following update. Monthly Dividend i3 announces its monthly dividend totalling GBP1.6996 million and confirms the following: Dividend: 0.1425 pence/share Ex-Dividend Date: 15 Sept 2022 Record Date: 16 Sept 2022 Payment date: 7 Oct 2022 Payment to shareholders holding their shares on the TSX will be made in Canadian dollars using the exchange rate from the Bank of England at close on the Dividend announcement date, 7 September 2022.
Posted at 06/9/2022 09:34 by mikealig
I'm with iDealing.com and they're very slow at crediting I3E dividends to my ISA account. Apparently they get a cheque which they wait to clear before distributing the funds. Usually takes a week.
Posted at 05/9/2022 07:20 by goodday1
3rd Aug 2022 7:00 am September Dividend...6th Jul 2022 7:02 am August Dividend RNs.8th Jun 2022 7:00 am July Dividend RNs.11th May 2022 7:00 am June Dividend RNs.Every month the Dividend RNs come 2 or 3 days earlier.Today is 5/9 it is late!Come on i3e an RNs a day will do nicely.Gl all & goodbye
Posted at 22/8/2022 14:42 by pro_s2009
ballymoss, Touchstone has a "fart" of gas from Coho coming, at a very low fixed price of 2.5$ coming on stream. Lets compare : TXP with Coho online - around 3,000 boepd. Debt = 30m US$ Punitive Special taxes on oil - low netback. Fixed price gas contract for 5 years at 2.5$ No dividends until 2024 at the earliest. Market cap now = 212 million. I3E - production now over 20,000 boepd. Net positive cash. Good pricing for oil So so pricing for gas Good pricing for liquids. Paying dividends now - circa 6% to 7% yield. Market cap now = 333 million. So when Coho comes on line for TXP they will then have 15% of the I3E production, but are in debt and have poor netbacks on both gas and oil. Based on that, either TXP is currently overvalued, or I3E is significantly under valued.
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