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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.50p 63,786 09:13:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
62.00p 63.00p 63.00p 62.50p 62.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 22.94

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18/4/201812:46UKREGi3 Energy PLC Replacement: Holding(s) in Company
18/4/201809:56UKREGi3 Energy PLC Holding(s) in Company
23/3/201807:00UKREGi3 Energy PLC Funding update
21/3/201811:17UKREGi3 Energy PLC Loan Conversion
12/3/201814:00UKREGi3 Energy PLC Price Monitoring Extension
12/3/201809:07UKREGi3 Energy PLC Holding(s) in Company
07/3/201809:03UKREGi3 Energy PLC Holding(s) in Company
02/3/201808:29UKREGi3 Energy PLC Loan Conversion
27/2/201815:16UKREGi3 Energy PLC Result of General Meeting
22/2/201808:05UKREGi3 Energy PLC Holding(s) in Company
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I3 Energy Daily Update: I3 Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker I3E. The last closing price for I3 Energy was 62.50p.
I3 Energy has a 4 week average price of 61.50p and a 12 week average price of 31p.
The 1 year high share price is 84.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 21.50p.
There are currently 36,697,324 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 169,276 shares. The market capitalisation of I3 Energy is £22,935,827.50.
duckdown: I don't think there is going to be much volume now until news comes on funding and/or the license application. So the share price could hover where it is or dip slightly but this is going to be news driven now. Still a good opportunity for PIs to accumulate if they believe the news will be positive, but most have now taken positions and are waiting.
mr. t: rosedale, I hope showme's predictions come true. They make sense looking at the implied valuation in I3e's corporate presentation ($279m or £5 per share on round 30 award based on recent ithaca and wytch sales) and the Liberator NPV ($200m or circa £3.50 a share from the competent persons report).However, I wouldn't be surprised if it took longer for the share price to reach those levels.
showme01: IMO the price action today is a result of hardly any shares and growing interest in the company. I think quite a few sold out or partially sold out think that City Financial were going to drag the share price back nearer 50p but the increased buying bounced the share price quicker than some expected. Those people are probably trying to get back in, all be it at a higher share price. Trading a share with plenty of news and poor liquidity is very high risk for minimal gain in the grand scheme of things. The upside is so many multiples with a low risk drill at Liberator and P2 reserves. The funding to unlock that revenue will propel this forward rapidly in terms of market cap.
craffert: JCAM just got 1.5million shares in return for reducing their loan by $500k. At today's exchange rate that values the debt to equity transaction at £0.24 per share. That may explain the recent share price weakness. Why did the company agree to this is my question? Surely it undervalues their paper at best, or looks like a mates rates deal at worst. AIM casino at work yet again.
caters: Since 19th Feb, this has drifted down on moderate volumes as CF unload and an absence of news. Will James Caird Asset Management begin unloading now or will they wait for some strength to sell into or will they sell at all? They'll have a declarable interest now so let's await any TR-1s. The good news is that CF will probably be nearly done with their selling and the share price, whilst down a fair bit from its high, hasn't been completely savaged. It would have been better for the share price to have held up more, but there we are. As Zengas says, the immediate prize of getting Liberator going is still in place before any 30th Round news.
duckdown: Well they don't actually need anything like $200million unless they are successful in the 30th round application, so that amount would only be required if they manage to acquire more resources. The company's own implied valuation should they be successful in the 30th round application is $279million (risked by 50% prior to first oil). That's about £200million so a share price of £5.70. Once Liberator 1 is producing they have a valuation of $557million, so around £400million or £11.40 a share. That's the forecast for H2 this year. In H1 2019, once Liberator 2 is online, they have a valuation of $963million, so about £695million or £19.85 a share. In H2 2019, assuming they are successful in the 30th round application and they get it to first oil as planned, they have a valuation of $1.46billion, so about £1.05billion or roughly £28.50 a share. Obviously this is dependent on being successful in their 30th round application and there is likely to be some dilution but the figures are astronomical and the potential is huge in quite a short time period.
ntv: Scotty666 that wouldn't surprise me companies normally sell down shares to others just before a big rise in a share price seen it all before loads of times i wonder why that is?!
che7win: Croas, yes incredible isn't it? But less than $50m needed for Liberator, which will be payed back in a year or so, and that gives £69m profits to I3E. I may be missing something, because the share price should be triple (minimum!) what it's at if my view was held by the market!
che7win: Thanks, I'm stunned at the upside on worst case scenarios, I like that it's dilution of assets rather than equity which really means the share price upside is incredible.I really think the market has missed this RNS.150P IS MY IMMEDIATE minimum target to reflect what we know.
showme01: Guys, I have met both directors and from time to time engage with Graham via email. I am confident that both the first Liberator well and the new license will be fully funded. The second Liberator well will be funded from cashflow coming in from the first drill. If they are producing say 5,000 bopd with a $25-30 profit margin, that is £100,000 per day profit that can be used to repay current debt and if need be take on some more as well for the second drill as well as having say £500,000 per week cashflow from profits from the first Liberator field. These are conservative figures too. Funding the first Liberator drill is key as it triggers everything else and the due diligence is nearly complete if not already done and once we have the green light on that, we are away as will the share price. AIM rainbow chasers have huge market caps on speculative oilers that are nowhere near first oil. This beauty could be fully funded and producing 10,000 bopd within 12 months. The market cap will be blown apart once the market catches on. Meanwhile, I have been building a nice stake here on top of my Glenwick allocation. 200,000 in total now :-)
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