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20/11/2019
08:20
I3 Energy Daily Update: I3 Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker I3E. The last closing price for I3 Energy was 37p.
I3 Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 17.38p and a 12 week average price of 16.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 66.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.50p.
There are currently 93,433,685 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,386,375 shares. The market capitalisation of I3 Energy Plc is £33,636,126.60.
12/11/2019
11:05
mynameiskhan: I can see that PEEL HUNT are having large supply of share (probably big sell order from LO), which seems to be filled after that 500,000 buy. We have seen heavy buys since last week at 34p, 34.30p and 34.5p and share price didn't ticked up, I think it's due to large supply of share from PEEL HUNT. I think, sell order will finished soon and price will be free to move into 40's before result or possibly into 50's if there is leak from A2 result and then on good result, expecting share price into 80-100p region.
03/11/2019
16:57
tnmrl2: Hey Shorterofdoom, i doing a You Cut and Paste Early last week I3E had an RNS that it had discovered a decent amount of oil at its Serenity prospect. The previous week, the shares had gone as low as 17p. On the news the share price spiked to 55p on October 29th at the open. Unfortunately its been down hill all the way to the current 37p on fears that the bond funding the current exploration could be called in if the next Liberator well being drilled imminently and results due late November/early December does not come in with the results expected. Because of a problem drill on Liberator in the summer and a delay in mobilising the rig, money has been tighter for I3E than they had hoped. The company have now combined results from the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well with seismic data to formulate a development programme for the prospect. Phase 1 will target 63 million barrels of oil in place through the drilling of up to four wells with recoverable reserves expected to be 23 million barrels and a phase two exploration programme will target an additional 396 million barrels. It was reported the company is seeking collaboration with Repsol Sinopec following the discovery at its Serenity prospect in the outer Moray Firth, with estimates of 197million barrels of oil in place. Serenity is believed to be geologically connected to RSRUK’s Tain project, which it is developing as a tie-back to the Bleo Holm floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). That project is expected to be sanctioned in the second half of next year but I3 hopes a new plan for a joint Tain-Serenity scheme can be agreed. I3 chief executive Majid Shafiq said: “The Tain field will have to be unitised. It is connected to Serenity as we believe this shows. We’ll end up in a commercial negotiation with RSRUK so that we can arrange with them how the joint fields can be developed and built up. The OGA are aware of our interpretation of Serenity and that we believe it is connected to Tain, "RSRUK are aware of that and we anticipate that will lead to an unitisation discussion and effectively a joint development of a single field called Tain-Serenity.”; Mr Shafiq added that there has already been “initial discussions” with RSRUK on Serenity. RSRUK’s partner RockRose, who owns 50% in Tain, said it will “work to understand fully its implications for the Tain development project”. I3 also wants to use the Bleo Holm vessel, leased to RSRUK, to develop Liberator, with the two “very close” to fully agreeing terms, according to Mr Shafiq. The firm said it would be “efficientR21; to drill a full appraisal at Serenity around the time of first oil from Liberator, expected next year. Chief financial officer Graham Heath said: “For us today Liberator has been our top priority because it’s nearest to development. “Discussions with RSRUK for that field and, obviously our progress with the OGA, on a field development plan are nearer-term for us than Serenity. Albeit that the RSRUK-RockRose partnership are moving forward with a FDP for Tain which we would potentially phase Serenity into. We’re going to go back to Liberator next to drill that next well which would be at a future production location. That first producer would then be drilled during the execution phase of Liberator Phase 1 which is set to start during the course of 2020.It would be efficient if we were to begin drilling production of Liberator into 2020 and begin that same programme of further appraisal of Serenity at that time." At a market cap of £34 million, with 200 million-plus of STOIIP, there is a valuation mismatch, especially with the latest Liberator well have a chance of success of 90 per cent plus after the previous well error and further seismic analysis. But the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well means that investors are cautious about the new well about to be drilled. The management team have learnt the lessons, looked at the seismics, hopefully the new well hits the sweet spot and delivers the good. The Company is in the process of ensuring permits are in place for the drilling of the next well on the Liberator Field, which will be a pilot well targeting the Captain sand in the remapped L2 accumulation - a closure to the north east of the 13/23c-9 well. This region, similar to the A3 and A4 target areas, has significant relief above the prognosed oil-water contact and will provide a good location for a future development well. The next well is a big deal for I3E in terms of reserves and reserves based funding for the project. If Liberator comes in as planned and Serenity is co-developed with Repsol Sinopec, then expect a share price closer to a 100-150p. hxxps://contrarianinvestor . net/ posts/ 2019/11/2/ contrarian-investor-portfolio-review-november-2-2019
03/11/2019
16:51
tnmrl2: I3 Energy (I3E) has become another leaky ship. Its shares rose over 50% in the 3 trading days before the announcement of the Serenity oil discovery. Anyway, it was a strong announcement and nearly doubled the share price before the details started to be examined. Concern is that progression of the reserve-based lending facility necessary to develop Liberator will require successful drilling at Liberator and the Company is obligated to enter this facility no later than December 2019 in order to remain in compliance with the terms of its junior loan note facility. On the bright side, RockRose Energy (RRE) also issued a RNS noting the announcement made by I3E and stating that it will be working to understand fully the implications for the Tain development project in which RockRose has a 50% interest, including the possible impact on potentially recoverable volumes. This of course has led to takeover speculation and what can be said with certainty is that the I3 share price will remain highly volatile. hxxps://oilmanjim.blogspot.com/2019/11/aaog-adl-adme-angs-aogl-ast-bloe-boil.html
03/11/2019
08:58
pro_s2009: https://contrarianinvestor.net/posts/2019/11/2/contrarian-investor-portfolio-review-november-2-2019 Early last week I3E had an RNS that it had discovered a decent amount of oil at its Serenity prospect. The previous week, the shares had gone as low as 17p. On the news the share price spiked to 55p on October 29th at the open. Unfortunately its been down hill all the way to the current 37p on fears that the bond funding the current exploration could be called in if the next Liberator well being drilled imminently and results due late November/early December does not come in with the results expected. Because of a problem drill on Liberator in the summer and a delay in mobilising the rig, money has been tighter for I3E than they had hoped. The company have now combined results from the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well with seismic data to formulate a development programme for the prospect. Phase 1 will target 63 million barrels of oil in place through the drilling of up to four wells with recoverable reserves expected to be 23 million barrels and a phase two exploration programme will target an additional 396 million barrels. It was reported the company is seeking collaboration with Repsol Sinopec following the discovery at its Serenity prospect in the outer Moray Firth, with estimates of 197million barrels of oil in place. Serenity is believed to be geologically connected to RSRUK’s Tain project, which it is developing as a tie-back to the Bleo Holm floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). That project is expected to be sanctioned in the second half of next year but I3 hopes a new plan for a joint Tain-Serenity scheme can be agreed. I3 chief executive Majid Shafiq said: “The Tain field will have to be unitised. It is connected to Serenity as we believe this shows. We’ll end up in a commercial negotiation with RSRUK so that we can arrange with them how the joint fields can be developed and built up. The OGA are aware of our interpretation of Serenity and that we believe it is connected to Tain, "RSRUK are aware of that and we anticipate that will lead to an unitisation discussion and effectively a joint development of a single field called Tain-Serenity.” Mr Shafiq added that there has already been “initial discussions” with RSRUK on Serenity. RSRUK’s partner RockRose, who owns 50% in Tain, said it will “work to understand fully its implications for the Tain development project”. I3 also wants to use the Bleo Holm vessel, leased to RSRUK, to develop Liberator, with the two “very close” to fully agreeing terms, according to Mr Shafiq. The firm said it would be “efficient” to drill a full appraisal at Serenity around the time of first oil from Liberator, expected next year. Chief financial officer Graham Heath said: “For us today Liberator has been our top priority because it’s nearest to development. “Discussions with RSRUK for that field and, obviously our progress with the OGA, on a field development plan are nearer-term for us than Serenity. Albeit that the RSRUK-RockRose partnership are moving forward with a FDP for Tain which we would potentially phase Serenity into. We’re going to go back to Liberator next to drill that next well which would be at a future production location. That first producer would then be drilled during the execution phase of Liberator Phase 1 which is set to start during the course of 2020.It would be efficient if we were to begin drilling production of Liberator into 2020 and begin that same programme of further appraisal of Serenity at that time." At a market cap of £34 million, with 200 million-plus of STOIIP, there is a valuation mismatch, especially with the latest Liberator well have a chance of success of 90 per cent plus after the previous well error and further seismic analysis. But the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well means that investors are cautious about the new well about to be drilled. The management team have learnt the lessons, looked at the seismics, hopefully the new well hits the sweet spot and delivers the good. The Company is in the process of ensuring permits are in place for the drilling of the next well on the Liberator Field, which will be a pilot well targeting the Captain sand in the remapped L2 accumulation - a closure to the north east of the 13/23c-9 well. This region, similar to the A3 and A4 target areas, has significant relief above the prognosed oil-water contact and will provide a good location for a future development well. The next well is a big deal for I3E in terms of reserves and reserves based funding for the project. If Liberator comes in as planned and Serenity is co-developed with Repsol Sinopec, then expect a share price closer to a 100-150p.
02/11/2019
15:56
tnmrl2: Not ramping and raving like you shorterofdoom. If you read the article it provides you with facts about the future and possible outcomes. You just sprout the same cut and paste about the past events but give NO evidence about the future direction of I3e. I give facts about what happening, so here they are again.Early last week I3E had an RNS that it had discovered a decent amount of oil at its Serenity prospect. The previous week, the shares had gone as low as 17p. On the news the share price spiked to 55p on October 29th at the open. Unfortunately its been down hill all the way to the current 37p on fears that the bond funding the current exploration could be called in if the next Liberator well being drilled imminently and results due late November/early December does not come in with the results expected. Because of a problem drill on Liberator in the summer and a delay in mobilising the rig, money has been tighter for I3E than they had hoped. The company have now combined results from the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well with seismic data to formulate a development programme for the prospect. Phase 1 will target 63 million barrels of oil in place through the drilling of up to four wells with recoverable reserves expected to be 23 million barrels and a phase two exploration programme will target an additional 396 million barrels. It was reported the company is seeking collaboration with Repsol Sinopec following the discovery at its Serenity prospect in the outer Moray Firth, with estimates of 197million barrels of oil in place. Serenity is believed to be geologically connected to RSRUK’s Tain project, which it is developing as a tie-back to the Bleo Holm floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). That project is expected to be sanctioned in the second half of next year but I3 hopes a new plan for a joint Tain-Serenity scheme can be agreed. I3 chief executive Majid Shafiq said: “The Tain field will have to be unitised. It is connected to Serenity as we believe this shows. We’ll end up in a commercial negotiation with RSRUK so that we can arrange with them how the joint fields can be developed and built up. The OGA are aware of our interpretation of Serenity and that we believe it is connected to Tain, "RSRUK are aware of that and we anticipate that will lead to an unitisation discussion and effectively a joint development of a single field called Tain-Serenity.”; Mr Shafiq added that there has already been “initial discussions” with RSRUK on Serenity. RSRUK’s partner RockRose, who owns 50% in Tain, said it will “work to understand fully its implications for the Tain development project”. I3 also wants to use the Bleo Holm vessel, leased to RSRUK, to develop Liberator, with the two “very close” to fully agreeing terms, according to Mr Shafiq. The firm said it would be “efficientR21; to drill a full appraisal at Serenity around the time of first oil from Liberator, expected next year. Chief financial officer Graham Heath said: “For us today Liberator has been our top priority because it’s nearest to development. “Discussions with RSRUK for that field and, obviously our progress with the OGA, on a field development plan are nearer-term for us than Serenity. Albeit that the RSRUK-RockRose partnership are moving forward with a FDP for Tain which we would potentially phase Serenity into. We’re going to go back to Liberator next to drill that next well which would be at a future production location. That first producer would then be drilled during the execution phase of Liberator Phase 1 which is set to start during the course of 2020.It would be efficient if we were to begin drilling production of Liberator into 2020 and begin that same programme of further appraisal of Serenity at that time." At a market cap of £34 million, with 200 million-plus of STOIIP, there is a valuation mismatch, especially with the latest Liberator well have a chance of success of 90 per cent plus after the previous well error and further seismic analysis. But the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well means that investors are cautious about the new well about to be drilled. The management team have learnt the lessons, looked at the seismics, hopefully the new well hits the sweet spot and delivers the good. The Company is in the process of ensuring permits are in place for the drilling of the next well on the Liberator Field, which will be a pilot well targeting the Captain sand in the remapped L2 accumulation - a closure to the north east of the 13/23c-9 well. This region, similar to the A3 and A4 target areas, has significant relief above the prognosed oil-water contact and will provide a good location for a future development well. The next well is a big deal for I3E in terms of reserves and reserves based funding for the project. If Liberator comes in as planned and Serenity is co-developed with Repsol Sinopec, then expect a share price closer to a 100-150p
02/11/2019
10:52
tnmrl2: Early last week I3E had an RNS that it had discovered a decent amount of oil at its Serenity prospect. The previous week, the shares had gone as low as 17p. On the news the share price spiked to 55p on October 29th at the open. Unfortunately its been down hill all the way to the current 37p on fears that the bond funding the current exploration could be called in if the next Liberator well being drilled imminently and results due late November/early December does not come in with the results expected. Because of a problem drill on Liberator in the summer and a delay in mobilising the rig, money has been tighter for I3E than they had hoped. The company have now combined results from the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well with seismic data to formulate a development programme for the prospect. Phase 1 will target 63 million barrels of oil in place through the drilling of up to four wells with recoverable reserves expected to be 23 million barrels and a phase two exploration programme will target an additional 396 million barrels. It was reported the company is seeking collaboration with Repsol Sinopec following the discovery at its Serenity prospect in the outer Moray Firth, with estimates of 197million barrels of oil in place. Serenity is believed to be geologically connected to RSRUK’s Tain project, which it is developing as a tie-back to the Bleo Holm floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO). That project is expected to be sanctioned in the second half of next year but I3 hopes a new plan for a joint Tain-Serenity scheme can be agreed. I3 chief executive Majid Shafiq said: “The Tain field will have to be unitised. It is connected to Serenity as we believe this shows. We’ll end up in a commercial negotiation with RSRUK so that we can arrange with them how the joint fields can be developed and built up. The OGA are aware of our interpretation of Serenity and that we believe it is connected to Tain, "RSRUK are aware of that and we anticipate that will lead to an unitisation discussion and effectively a joint development of a single field called Tain-Serenity.”; Mr Shafiq added that there has already been “initial discussions” with RSRUK on Serenity. RSRUK’s partner RockRose, who owns 50% in Tain, said it will “work to understand fully its implications for the Tain development project”. I3 also wants to use the Bleo Holm vessel, leased to RSRUK, to develop Liberator, with the two “very close” to fully agreeing terms, according to Mr Shafiq. The firm said it would be “efficientR21; to drill a full appraisal at Serenity around the time of first oil from Liberator, expected next year. Chief financial officer Graham Heath said: “For us today Liberator has been our top priority because it’s nearest to development. “Discussions with RSRUK for that field and, obviously our progress with the OGA, on a field development plan are nearer-term for us than Serenity. Albeit that the RSRUK-RockRose partnership are moving forward with a FDP for Tain which we would potentially phase Serenity into. We’re going to go back to Liberator next to drill that next well which would be at a future production location. That first producer would then be drilled during the execution phase of Liberator Phase 1 which is set to start during the course of 2020.It would be efficient if we were to begin drilling production of Liberator into 2020 and begin that same programme of further appraisal of Serenity at that time." At a market cap of £34 million, with 200 million-plus of STOIIP, there is a valuation mismatch, especially with the latest Liberator well have a chance of success of 90 per cent plus after the previous well error and further seismic analysis. But the disappointing Liberator 13/23c-9 well means that investors are cautious about the new well about to be drilled. The management team have learnt the lessons, looked at the seismics, hopefully the new well hits the sweet spot and delivers the good. The Company is in the process of ensuring permits are in place for the drilling of the next well on the Liberator Field, which will be a pilot well targeting the Captain sand in the remapped L2 accumulation - a closure to the north east of the 13/23c-9 well. This region, similar to the A3 and A4 target areas, has significant relief above the prognosed oil-water contact and will provide a good location for a future development well. The next well is a big deal for I3E in terms of reserves and reserves based funding for the project. If Liberator comes in as planned and Serenity is co-developed with Repsol Sinopec, then expect a share price closer to a 100-150p. hxxps://contrarianinvestor . net/ posts/ 2019/11/2/ contrarian-investor-portfolio-review-november-2-2019
31/10/2019
18:21
tnmrl2: I went today to the O&G Conference and i am very happy with my Investment, after watching Chief Executive Officer Majid Shafiq speak. He presented the facts not fiction and answered all questions in a very confident manner. Listening today my own view is the share price buy Christmas will be around 80p-100p and in the new year when they announce RBL Finance, new development partner and possible Farm Out, then share price 150-200 These are my views shorterofdoom but in the next few months we shall see who is right. For transparency i am invested in I3E at 20.50 and want the share price to go up
15/10/2019
21:18
fardels bear: The real pros are here now. RIP I3E share price.
07/10/2019
11:21
tournesol: Fact is that a) all transactions are buys and all are sells - that's what a transaction is, one party sells and another buys. b) the stock market does not flag transactions as buys/sells partly because of a) and partly because buy/sell is not information recorded at transaction level c) sites which purport to report transactions as buys/sells are actually making an assumption. If the transaction price is closer to the bid than the offer, the tx is flagged as a sell. If it is closer to the offer than the bid it is flagged as a buy. if it is exactly half way it's a coin toss. What is being compared here is the price at which the transaction was recorded vs the buy/offer spread at the time it was recorded - which could be hours or even days after it was executed. If the price is changing then doing a comparison of tx price vs the bid offer spread some time later literally tells you nothing. There is no way of comparing the tx to the bid/offer spread at time of execution because the latter is not recorded at tx level. Large tx may be split into smaller bite sized tx. each of those will be executed separately at different prices and at times when the bid/offer spread is different. Trying to compare the total tx price to any snapshot of the bid/offer at a single point in time is futile - especially when such tx are routinely reported late. What all this means is that the oft repeated complaints about buys being reported as sells and vice versa and about buys being predominant but the share price falling - all this stuff is just baloney. The thing to focus on is the share price. If it rises that means there are more investors wanting the stock than there are looking to sell. If it falls there are more investors wanting out than there are waiting to buy. It's really very simple. Everything else is codswallop.
21/9/2019
07:47
pro_s2009: Decent post by BBN. S1 is just 1km away........ although nothing is sure, certainly is going to be high CoS that S1 discovers oil and if it does then the share price will be over 100p in a flash, thats for sure. BigBiteNow Premium Member RNSFri 15:22 I am currently away for the weekend so missing all the fun around today’s RNS. Every investor is entitled to their opinion and mine is very firmly in the camp of I3E being very much misunderstood and so certain corners are very much taking advantage of that. What I am seeing at the moment is everything that could go wrong be it unproven is being priced into the share. All possibilities positive outcomes currently are not. From where I am sitting the update looks like a management managing a problem well. That’s all I would ever ask of my management teams. Mistakes get made in business but it’s not the making them that count but how we manage them the risk through them afterwards. Now some facts. I3E have not said that A3 won’t get drilled, they have said that S1 will get drilled first. Yes they need permits to do that but is that such a heavy task? Firstly they need the permit to position a mobile installation. For L2 this took 15 days after the application date. S1 permit was submitted on 19th Sept. So that would be circa 4th Oct. At that point I3E would be 51 days into their 94 day Programme and would be commencing drill no.2 programme. If it takes the same time as L2 then it will be completed in around 30 days. That would place them at 81 days. If A3 can achieve the same then we are at 101 days total. Throw 5 days more in for mobilization etc and we are at 106 days. That’s just 12 days longer than the original programme but even that’s jubious given each drill programme was up to 40 days each. See tweets copies of tweets I posted yesterday. There is a lot of talk about what a poor position I3E is in but it assumes a great deal will go wrong but gives no credit for what could go right. Plus we are talking about a 72% COS on a drill 1km from an oil discovery looking to unlock around 100m boe of recoverable oil and the market is trying to tell me the stock is overpriced at £22m MC with 13mmbbl of recoverable reserves in the bag. Can it all go wrong? Yes of course it can. But that does not stop much of this negative tripe being the utter nonsense that it is. See you all Monday for some good old reasoned debate once more.
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