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I3E I3 Energy Plc

-0.24 (-2.32%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
I3 Energy Plc LSE:I3E London Ordinary Share GB00BDHXPJ60 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.24 -2.32% 10.10 877,348 16:28:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.10 10.18 10.30 10.00 10.30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 208.44M 41.95M 0.0349 2.89 121.39M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:28:44 O 2,858 10.10 GBX

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03/12/202319:51I 3 Energy34,335
24/11/202309:10I3 Energy - Growing production and Dividends with Exploration upside.3,772
03/10/202316:28Time to Buy-
02/12/202211:02I3 Dividend payment amount confusing me30

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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by I3 Energy Daily Update
I3 Energy Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker I3E. The last closing price for I3 Energy was 10.34p.
I3 Energy currently has 1,201,874,464 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of I3 Energy is £121,389,321.
I3 Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.89.
This morning I3E shares opened at 10.30p
Posted at 24/11/2023 18:24 by genises
Why would someone vote you down for welcoming a fellow investor back.
The person who doing has lost the plot .
Spawny hope your investment does well.
My first investment was also due to the income from the dividend.I certainly didn’t expect it to go down as well as the share price.
When Jason had invested I had broken even.Was expecting the share price to continue to go up but alas some larger shareholders have sold down.
I expect at these bargain price we will see our CFO buying.
Onwards we go and let see what comes out of the hat after Christmas.
Posted at 24/11/2023 11:16 by 1knocker
Let's hope those purchases do not demonstrate a misguided belief that they are doing a brilliant job of maximising the value of this company, and that the current share price is evidence only that their critics don't know how many beans make five. How many of those who have recently made purchases recognised the peak share price and sold out then? Director share purchases are encouraging only if the directors are shrewd cookies.
Posted at 16/11/2023 12:12 by yellowdog
I have been comparing i3e to PTAL.

i3e are circa 20,000 bopd and PTAL are 14,500 bopd.

Yet EV of PTAL is 3 times that of i3e - £428m v ££155m but i3e produce substantially more. Mkt. Cap 3.5 times more - £458m v £126m.

Further PTAL are in politically unstable South America and have all kinds of shipment/ transport issues while i3e are in stable North America.

Why is i3e so much cheaper? There must be reasons ( Canadian oil is much cheaper? Transport costs are higher? Opex is much higher? )

Could someone please explain the discrepancy.

Thank you.
Posted at 27/10/2023 08:46 by rockyride
I've been in here for quite some time and track price movements daily. VERY rarely has the share price risen on dividend payment day. I've tried all the 'tricks' like trying to sell a few days before ex-div day and trying to buy back cheaper on ex-div day etc, but nothing has worked for me as if you do in volume, the liquidity simply is not there and the share price moves too much on decent sized transactions.
Posted at 25/10/2023 12:59 by ashkv
Insane valuation for I3E with Brent close to $90....

Share Price: 12.34
I3E Current Share Price vs 52 Week low of 11.54 on 24 Aug 23: 6.93%
I3E Current Share Price vs 52 Week High of 26.1p on 4 Nov 2022: -52.72%
Brent Price: $88.25
AECO Gas Price (Canadian Dollar): 2.40
Shares Outstanding : 1,201,874,464
Market Cap (GBP) : £148,311,309
GBPUSD : 1.21
CADUSD: 0.73
Market Cap (USD) : $179,456,684
Debt (USD) Per HY Results for 30 June 23: $49,839,900
Cash (USD) : $15,345,220
Net Debt (USD) $34,494,680
Q2 2023 Average Production : 18,529
July 2023 Average Production Boepd : 22,065
Guidance 2023 (Updated 29 June 23): 20,500
Decommissioning Provisions HY 2023 Results): $102,810,070
ENTERPRISE VALUE (USD) : $213,951,364
EV/Barrel (Q2 2023 Prod) : $11,547
EV/Barrel (July 2023 Average Production Boepd) : $9,696
EV/Barrel (2023 Mid-Guidance) : $10,437
EV/Barrel (Mid Guidance + Decommissioning Costs) : $15,452
2P Resources 31 Dec 22 (2021 YE 154mmboe): 181.5mmboe
Enterprise Value Per Barrel / 2P Resources: $1.18
2023 Present Dividend Yield : 6.93%
Currently Monthly Dividend is 0.0855p per share (Prior to 29 June 23 RNS modulating Monthly Dividend the Dividend was 0.171p per share each motnth)
2022 Dividend Yield: 10.35%
Posted at 20/10/2023 15:35 by goodday1
Q3 results upon us, IMO.Hopefully, some have taken advantage of the sell prices. That was very lucky to see the sell prices!hTTps:// update next week.  From the interims, it was noted that the average H1 2023 production was 20,640boepd, and as #i3e entered Q3 production was over 22,000boepd and only 23% is price hedged in Q3 @i3energy 1/2We have seen an improvement in commodity prices from July onwards and an upgrade in estimated full year operating income from $75m/$80m to $90m/$95m.The Q3 Report should hopefully help #I3E @i3energy turn the corner. 2/2.Stay dry & have a good weekend.Gl all
Posted at 13/10/2023 08:49 by the abbot
Tennyson large price upgrade to 35p

Dissemination: 12 Oct 2023

i3 Energy has had a relatively challenging year to date, with weak commodity prices coinciding with both scheduled and unscheduled downtimes across the company’s infrastructure. Nevertheless, despite these temporary setbacks the company has been able to continue on its organic growth trajectory, with full year production forecast to average 20-21,000 boepd (vs. 20,317 boepd in 2022) thanks to a number of successful development wells. Furthermore, with oil and gas prices showing signs of a strong recovery, i3 is well placed to enjoy a strong second half of the year. Our updated numbers forecast FY23 EBITDA of US$84m, comfortably covering this years’ capital budget (US$25m) and dividend payout (US$19m). At the current share price of 13.6p/shr, i3 offers a sustainable dividend yield of around 7.5%, with excess cash flow deleveraging the business, and allowing for growth, either at the drill-bit or through M&A. With North American natural gas markets tightening as winter approaches, we see the recent share price weakness as an opportunistic buying opportunity. We update our Target Price to 35p/shr, broadly set at our NPV10 of the company’s 2P reserve base, offering 157% upside from current levels.

On research tree
Posted at 02/10/2023 11:08 by marmar80
Instututions like it, trust me. Banks won't give them this return. Commodities are expensive and gas should go further up by the winter time. I3e share price only started recovery and they won't sell now. All good and divi rate as expected.
Posted at 29/9/2023 11:12 by roundtheworld
The big risk here is no news on the capital reduction high court application. Last RNS said this was expected end of Aug.

If the judge has concerns over creditors he may refuse. This is not a rubber-stamp application and something is not adding up.

Proceed with caution chaps. If this application crumbles the market will drop the share price like a stone. The next dividend (out of cash reserves) may well be the last. Many people believe they want to stop paying dividends in any event to concentrate on drilling. This makes sense for long term but share price will suffer short term. Do they really care?

Are you getting trapped in a suckers rally?
Posted at 28/9/2023 15:17 by goodday1
Actually, I am not discussing other companies! Compare and contrast share price reactions to commodity fluctuations.I am only listing other oilers who should benefit from the increase in commodity prices like i3e.None actually have had a dramatic increase in the last couple of sessions & holding the appreciation in share price so far.The question you need to answer is why i3e & EOG seem to react to the commodity prices or is it something else?That was the reason for the comparison.The commodity has been going up for the past 3 months & i3e has not even flinched yet now it seems to be going up while commodities taking a breather.Discussing why i3e & now? Someone might shed light on this rise.Thank you for the reply.Gl all
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