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
  0.50 2.17% 23.50 1,870,055 10:56:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
23.05 23.95 23.50 22.35 22.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 86.76 25.74 2.84 8.3 280
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:51:10 O 8,366 23.608 GBX

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07/7/2022
09:20
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 23p.
I3 Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 22.20p and a 12 week average price of 22.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.05p.
There are currently 1,192,731,373 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,892,559 shares. The market capitalisation of I3 Energy Plc is £270,153,655.98.
30/6/2022
12:27
tournesol: Hi Steve I understand your frustration but if you look at the charts for the past 12 or 36 months it doesn't look like a downtrend to me. The charts show a serious setback when N Sea drilling disappointed back in 2019. However from the low point around year end 2019, there has been a steady and sustained recovery. When Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine in Feb 22 the oil markets boiled over and the share price trajectory was dislocated sharply upwards. Since then there has been significant price volatility but a strong support level seems to have been established at around 25p. My investment thesis is that we have an underlying up trend which is reacting to i3E's operational and commercial performance as its Canadian strategy unfolds successfully. That is overlaid on a volatile market which is reacting to volatility in the oil price and in the wider stock market and in the world economic outlook. Not every movement in the i3E shareprice is driven by company specific events/issues/developments. Most are driven by external events. But the underlying trend remains in place - even if it is hard to discern. Back in the day I was a very long time holder of Dana Petroleum. I held the view that the company's strategy was sound and its management competent and that led me to hold for a period of many years whilst the share price moved mostly sideways with occasional baby steps upwards. In that case patience paid off and I made more than 20x my money. I'm more confident in i3E than I was in Dana. Against that I don't see me ever making 20x but I'm very happy to hold for the next year or two with the expectation of at least doubling my money. I can't do that anywhere else.
22/6/2022
12:48
pro_s2009: While all this "chaos" is going on with Energy stocks share prices, you can be sure, in the background there is accumulating going on. They dont let PI's make lots of easy money. They shake you out, get your shares, then they march the share price up sky high later and sell the those shares you sold cheap back to you for a big profit for them. September oil and gas stocks will be flying through the roof.....and all the stock sold this month and next will be sold back to the sellers of this month, but at much higher prices in September and October........ :)
20/6/2022
07:33
goodday1: Good Morning, marvel man & allIf I remember correctly you said something similar when I was buying and accumulating between 9p & 14p ish!Or was it someone else?We don't have bonus bounds or saving accounts etc, we have i3e and bricks & mortar.i3e much better than staying in cash as you can see inflation out of control & rising, devastating current accounts & saving accounts even with the rising interest rate.The dividend gives us a very good lump sum every month.With the number of shares we hold, trading doesn't work for us as 5K here or 10K there increase in shares makes a negligible difference to our overall holding or our average.Good luck with your holdings.I did not have to explain it to you but hopefully the above satisfies your curiosity!We are not after an extra holiday or building an extension, we will be building an income portfolio for the future from the profit i3e would have generated after we sold here.To be honest it makes very little difference to our strategy if anyone believes or disbelieves my posts as we are buying for our benefits.If it makes a difference to anyone here, I will not post our buys, just before our purchase or sometime after our purchase as I have done so far.The crux of the matter is that i3e carry on doing the business for all holders.TaGl all
19/6/2022
14:36
divmad: I'm pretty sure that Heath isn't in the least bit perturbed by this mini correction in the Poo or i3e share price Nor did they base their recent dividend declaration increase in the Poo bring above $100 it anywhere near it. Holding and adding.
19/6/2022
01:51
pro_s2009: I put the below on the PANR thread, but its relevant to all, especially I3E which has the wonderful FCF, monthly dividend and big exploration upside. 2023 will be, imo, the year that oil stocks finally get valued properly. ESG will take a back seat as a realization more oil and gas is needed, more investment is needed and the door is opened to start investing hard into more and oil and gas production. ESG is one of the main drivers of high oil prices, as oil companies no longer invest in maintaining production levels or increasing them, but simply return most cash to shareholders now. ESG has told them they cannot invest in new production, and so.......supply side falls and falls. Oil and gas production has natural decline, if you dont maintain investment then naturally production falls, and demand is always going up. Renewables are mostly for electricity generation. Oil is basically not used for electricity generation. So renewables do not replace oil and have minimal effect on demand. 2023 is a crunch year ahead, and holding quality stocks like I3E will pay back handsomely in the months and years ahead. "Very possible we will. We have had the "reactionary" we are heading into a recession sell off. Oil prices are still way above 100$ and they will not be below. We are heading into Hurricane season which will mess up GoM production and also the shipping of oil and LNG around the world from and to the USA. Common sense will return and people will realise that there is one class of commodity which is now in short supply and will remain so for a long time to come, and thats energy. As you have seen from PANR trading recently, it is very difficult to buy, and easy to sell. The price is being, imo, manipulated down while major accumulation is occurring, as happened with GKP and RKH in the past, before the biggest moves up, comes a hard move down where the PI's are kicked out and the big boys fill their boots. And when they have had their fill, they will then push the price upwards faster than it fell and rise it well past previous highs. Watch what happens in the months ahead. IMO everyone should be filling their boots with low risk oil production stocks like JSE, I3E, PTAL as Free Cash Flow now is amazing whilst at the same time keeping exposure to higher risk explorers with big potential, like PANR, ECO, AXL etc.. as just 3 examples of each. I strongly believe we will soon see a major rerating of oil/gas stocks, just not yet......patience needed. As we stand now.....spare oil supply capacity worldwide can handle the supply/demand equation for 2022. Yes there will be spikes up (like Hurricane season) and drops down (media playing the recession song).........BUT 2023 is a massive problem. Once the spare capacity is used up in 2022, which it will be..........there is no spare capacity for 2023 demand increase to supply decrease. With the US selling down its SPR to try to control prices now and with 2023 demand/supply crunch coming......oil and gas stocks are going to rocket imo."
15/6/2022
07:27
pro_s2009: Arden comment on oil pricing. Oil price macro picture Oil prices, both WTI and Brent, have been hugely volatile over the last 24+ months. They fell precipitously during the early months of 2020 on a combination of the onset of the coronavirus pandemic and increases in OPEC supplies aimed at damaging the US shale industry. OPEC (as OPEC+, including Russia) then acted to cut production and stabilise the market. Since the oil price nadir in Q2 2020, recovery has been relatively steady, with OPEC+ beginning to steadily bring back supply, and global coronavirus restrictions beginning to be rolled back from late 20202021 then saw ongoing steady oil price appreciation, in part as coronavirus restrictions continued to be reduced, but also as it became apparent that supply was not returning in-line with demand. While investment in 2020 (and to some extent 2021) was deferred, this spoke of a longer trend stretching back to 2015, where global E&P investment had been restricted ever since the period of US$100/bbl oil prices seen in the early 2010’s ended and prices began to decline in late 2014. Increasing global focus on environmental factors and the energy transition, including lower availability of funding for oil and gas, also added to this trend This period of underinvestment has created a structural supply deficit for global oil supplies. In previous years, production levels from US shale have been very responsive to higher oil prices, but concerns over long term project economics and a renewed focus on shareholder returns has meant these companies have not been deploying the CAPEX required for significant new supplies. OPEC+ has been unwilling, or potentially unable, to take up the slack, with high oil prices offering the chance for balance sheet repair after 2020/2021. These themes saw Brent get to around US$90/bbl towards the end of 2021, as Russian troops began massing on the border with Ukraine. The Russian invasion in February 2022 provided further strong impetus to oil prices, with many countries in Europe and also the USA moving to curtail Russian imports, to some extent price irrespective. The de facto reduction in Russian supplies now sees oil prices remaining consistently over US$100/bbl. Going forward, while the forward curves have also moved up, with Brent now showing prices trending down to a long term of over US$70/bbl, and WTI to US$65/bbl, they are still in backwardation, implying that supplies do steadily improve to meet demand as coronavirus restrictions continue to disappear in many countries. Irrespective, we are likely to be in for a strong period of continued high oil prices: helpful for existing producers and also those progressing new projects. .
05/6/2022
01:22
pro_s2009: Crypto is worth......well......nothing........never has been and never will be. Buy 1 millon I3E and you get a nice 1400 GBP dividend paid to you every month (16,800 per year) with a very very high chance of a special dividend year end as per the last update......the chance of a special dividend will most likely put the yearly yield from the current 6% to must closer to 10% for the full year...imo. Material working cap surplus....distribution to shareholders.... :) If Serenity fails and the share price falls back from wherever it is at the time, will be a buying op then imo, to get in for the year end special dividend I am expecting. https://www.investegate.co.uk/i3-energy-plc--i3e-/rns/q1-2022-operational-and-financial-update/202205090700067044K/ .......... Based on full deployment of i3's Enlarged Capital Budget, 2022 NOI is now forecasted to be $241 million, with the Company expecting a material working capital surplus that will be available for additional development drilling, opportunistic acquisitions, and distributions to shareholders. .........
31/5/2022
22:27
pro_s2009: Greatfull dead, tournesol is correct, "its for free" means there is no value in the current share price for Serenity. That is all upside, so for now, Serenity is "in for free" in the current share price. The current share price values (currently poorly) only the other assets the company has in Canada.
31/5/2022
17:06
tournesol: Greatfull dead Think you've misunderstood/misinterpreted what Pro said. He just means that the current value imputed by the share price is less than the Canadian assets alone. Which means that the value of Serenity is not reflected in the share price.
31/5/2022
11:40
goodday1: i3e going from strength to strength.Staying in cash is very much a wrong call.Why stay in cash when i3e is a cash cow?The FCF is mounting up as the PoO spike, the dividend is a very good salary, increase production in Canada, drilling the North Sea, possible share buy-back & always the special dividend.The ii will not hold forever, come to think of it neither are we.Collect dividends while the share price yoyo but the share price trajectory is upward.Who is not happy with that???Gl all
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