Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
I3 Energy LSE:I3E London Ordinary Share GB00BDHXPJ60 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 113.50p 112.00p 115.00p 113.50p 113.50p 113.50p 32,473 08:08:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.9 -25.0 - 46.55

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21/8/2018
21:53
Ceo hoped to revel JV in July, we are now in the last trading week of August ! Ceo hoped deal would be done before September dead line of NDA ! News should land this week if not pi will be getting worried that there's problem !
kierandoberman
21/8/2018
20:22
Looking forward to the voxmarkets interview tomorrow
che7win
21/8/2018
18:27
That's what chamberlain said in 1939.
ducati2345
21/8/2018
16:01
Can sell 25,000 shares in one go on line so mm are short. Been a long time since they would take so many in one transaction. Guess there is a background buyer.
showme01
21/8/2018
15:48
Some nice buys coming in this afternoon :-)
reg1967
21/8/2018
15:48
No bets for me. This is a sure thing.
showme01
21/8/2018
15:26
I'd say that is a fair assumption
ducati2345
21/8/2018
10:51
It strikes me that we have all placed our bets and the wheel is spinning.
fardels bear
21/8/2018
10:46
This must be the lull before storm
reg1967
20/8/2018
19:05
Mr T, superb post. What these BB’s are for, intelligent and informed opinion based on peer group analysis.
highly geared
20/8/2018
18:30
Great comparison Mr T! It is what i3e needs to get close to fair value. Well done.
showme01
20/8/2018
14:55
Great post Mr T
craffert
20/8/2018
12:18
Premier Oil announced today that Tolmount, a 500bcf (96mmboe) gas project in the southern north sea has been sanctioned with first gas targeted in Q4 2020. Peak production is 300 mmscfd (58 kboepd). hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/premier-oil-PMO/share-news/Premier-Oil-PLC-Tolmount-development-sanctioned/78099602 There are numbers that can be used to compare Tolmount to Liberator. 1. NPV PMO commissioned RISC to provide a competent person report to inform the E.ON acquisition (which included Tolmount). It gave PMO's 50% Tolmount share on 31 Dec 2015 a $89m 2p post tax NPV10 under price scenario B - which I'd say is a reasonable scenario as it assumes $86 Brent in 2019. That gives $178m NPV for the whole Tolmount field. At that stage RISC assessed Tolmount's 2p reserves to be 339bcf/59.4mmboe. See p.70 of hTTp://www.premier-oil.com/sites/default/files/agm/Eva-FINAL-CIRCULAR.pdf for NPV, p.59 for reserves, and p.159 for price scenarios. Compare to Liberator's CPR NPV for Phase 1 (11mmboe) of $200m - a fifth of Tolmount's reserves at the time but more valuable. So Liberator has a greater NPV and is a significantly higher quality asset (NPV per mmboe) than Tolmount. 2. Reserves upside and resources PMO's CPR report gave Tolmount 2p reserves of 59.4mmboe. Based on today's announcement, PMO has upped that to 96mmboe. They claim upto 1tcf of total reserves and resources (178mmboe) on slide 21 of: hTTp://www.premier-oil.com/sites/default/files/presentation/180115-investor-presentation-post-trading-update.pdf Compare to Liberator. Liberator should have 33mmboe reserves once the FDP is approved (Liberator phase I + Liberator phase II east) and 80mmboe total reserves + resources. So while Tolmount has done well since PMO's CPR, increasing reserves by 60% and having total reserves plus resources of 3x initial reserves - I3e will soon have increased Liberator's reserves by 3x the initial figure and will have total reserves plus resources of 7x initial reserves. Liberator has more upside than Tolmount from developing resources into reserves. 3. Capex, first gas/oil and IRR According to slide 19 of hTTp://www.premier-oil.com/sites/default/files/presentation/180115-investor-presentation-post-trading-update.pdf, gross capex of Tolmount is $550m. That's for the 96mmboe. First gas is 2 years away in Q4 2020 and IRR is >50%. With Liberator, we're expecting first oil in one year (Q4 2019) with capex of $200m and an IRR of 160% (in AGR TRACS's CPR). Compared to Tolmount, Liberator can be developed for less than half the price, in half the time, and has a significantly superior IRR. 4. Further upside Go to p.132 of http://www.premier-oil.com/sites/default/files/agm/Eva-FINAL-CIRCULAR.pdf to see RISC has assumed Tolmount's 2p recovery factor to be 70% (3p is assumed to be 75%). A high number, leaving little room for upside. In comparison, AGR TRACS has assumed Liberator Phase 1 to have a recovery factor of 28% and Phase II 35% - or 34% for the field as a whole. But Blake style recovery factors of 48% may be achieved (which management think is likely, and is assumed in 3p/3c/High scenario) which gives significant upside. Liberator has more upside from improved recovery factors. 5. Summary In summary, compared to Tolmount, Liberator: - Is higher quality. - Has a greater NPV. - Has more upside from turning resources into reserves. - Is lower cost. - Is quicker to develop. - Has a better IRR. - Has more upside by increasing recovery factors. Given that Tolmount has just been sanctioned by its owners and is marketed as an attractive project, the outlook for Liberator looks good to me.
mr. t
20/8/2018
11:00
Or maybe not.
fardels bear
20/8/2018
10:46
Yes, 90 days ends 24th September but all indications point to an announcement earlier. Run up will start towards end of month with beg September the most likely time for actual news.
coscos
20/8/2018
10:25
24th September the 90 days ends
jungmana
20/8/2018
10:23
Yep but in theory and to. Elaine's seem to be more theory than fact with i3e, we only have 12 trading days to wzit till 90 days is up
ducati2345
20/8/2018
10:00
Reckon another week before we enter countdown phase.
coscos
19/8/2018
00:39
Wow peargar, you've pulled a shocker on so many levels lol
dannyboy2000
17/8/2018
13:56
Are you a bit backward, have you done any research on i3e and realise what they are about, this isn't a ukog type affair they have pretty much proven reserves, funding on way and a proven BOD who hold massive stakes. Maybe it will go to 95p unlikely but big deal if it does, it will only go up again on fundi g, on drilling, on production, on sales etc etc
ducati2345
17/8/2018
13:48
Well, if you're right you'll be retired soon, so happy days ahead.
fardels bear
17/8/2018
13:14
I posted that on the AAOG thread! And I stand by it. My I3E average is 55p so not concerned even if it did dip down to 95p - doubt it will though!
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