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JSE Jadestone Energy Plc

-0.40 (-1.49%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jadestone Energy Plc LSE:JSE London Ordinary Share GB00BLR71299 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.40 -1.49% 26.50 26.00 27.00 27.00 26.25 26.75 1,432,726 13:36:31
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 448.41M 8.52M 0.0183 14.48 123.25M
Jadestone Energy Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JSE. The last closing price for Jadestone Energy was 26.90p. Over the last year, Jadestone Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 21.50p to 66.10p.

Jadestone Energy currently has 465,081,237 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jadestone Energy is £123.25 million. Jadestone Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.48.

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I think they should have the hand off whoever is offering 15-20m.
fardels bear
Great series of posts by Al.
21414, preferably with a micky mouse image atop!
No worries! It's expensive business and a lot of AIM punters don't really understand the game they're playing when it comes to understand the liabilities associated with decommissioning obligations. For what it's worth I'm fairly happy with Jadestone and don't believe they have overdone it or overstretched themselves. There are many other companies that have bitten off far more than they can chew....
I can't help but wonder if those newfangled plastic wine stoppers to replace cork that the french hate so much could be used at scale here.;)
premium beeks
Thanks again Al, curiosity now satisfied.
can't grasp why the decomm of well heads is so much more difficult/expensive than say sealing an exploration well with non commercial flow?----------------Yep it's a completely different ball game! A sub commercial exploration well is tested using something called a DST string (which is essentially simple temporary pipework with minimal attachment to the actual well). It can be unset and recovered by rotation or a simple upward pull. I've seen explo rigs button up an explo well within 7-10 days. A production well on the other hand is fixed using a permanent production packer. The tubing may have to be cut and the packer sometimes has to be milled. There are numerous hydraulic , electrical and occasionally fibre optic lines to contend with. All that before you even get to setting your first cement plug and begin to think about cutting/ milling casing strings etc etc etc etc etc ....
Cheers for that Al, well explained, but can't grasp why the decomm of well heads is so much more difficult/expensive than say sealing an exploration well with non commercial flow? Just a thought.
How decomm numbers are reached and how any get to $1b for any FPSO is a complete mystery to me. I'm leaning towards there being a disgusting goverment 'enviromental' tax in there somewhere.

Are decomm fees considerably worse or better depending on region or lifetime output of the asset? no idea

Atleast woodside kept that problem to themselves and JSE didnt buy it.

RBL news and Akatara online may get JSE back above 30p. Unfortunatly the costs and decisions at Montara and Stag (although may well be being corrected slowly) which caused the share price to be where it is still remains an issue.

imo would take something new to get JSE back towards 40p. Talk of a new drilling campaign maybe or more detailed vietnam gas development plans once akatara is online. Or ofcourse a nice aquisition that isnt an Australian knackered FPSO with large capex opex and decomm on the back end.

Where is this COO? probably not the most appealing operational responsability prospect,

the boost to nearly 30p was inviting but looking at it, until news will possibly trickle back down towards pre suspension prices, news is overdue though.


MT unfortunately I am an investor with a tight stop loss. It got triggered. With no stamp duty I actually got a few more shares but yep peanuts. will add more aggressively when this shows a clear bottom. It feels thereabouts. This will move up even if trust in BOD is not restored yet. Hopefully all the equipment recently bought is brand new eh :-) The cost of my 1998 Toyota is starting to show in the garage.
Instead of the uk going for net zero, why don't we go for a percentage of world CO2 emissions and we could monitor our performance directly against the rest, currently we're 1%, If we do absolutely nothing from hereon we would decrease significantly anyway.
It appears the oil price is trying to tell us the ME must have been be sorted?
Based on the fundamentals, if you're investing for where the shareprice could potentially be in 2-3 years, rather than trading the stock, whether you pay 25p, 27p or 29p today for a holding is likely to prove largely irrelevant.


Standard Chartered Says Peak Oil Demand Is Not Imminent -

'....The EIA is the most bullish on long-term oil demand, and has predicted a demand peak will come in 2050 while the OPEC Secretariat sees it coming five years earlier.

Meanwhile, Standard Chartered has predicted global oil demand will hit 110.2 mb/d in 2030 and increase further to 113.5 mb/d in 2035. However, the commodity experts have not projected a demand peak beyond the end of their modeling horizon in 2035.

According to StanChart, a structural long-term peak is very unlikely within 10 years despite a high probability of cyclical downturns over the period. StanChart has argued that the current gulf between demand views creates significant investment uncertainty that’s likely to force longer-term prices higher.

....In other words, the energy agencies appear to agree that an oil demand peak is nowhere on the horizon.

....The energy sector has been a standout performer in the current year, managing a 15.8% return in the year-to-date, the second highest amongst 11 U.S. market sectors. Oil and gas stocks remain among the least shorted. Last month, average short interest across energy stocks in the S&P 500 index was 2.56% of shares floating at the end of the month.'

mount teide
Unlucky - poor timing.
ive topped up today :)
Its game of waiting for net selling to be done and we can move up. Time and volume is a better indicator of where the bottom could be rather than any other factor. It think JSE are in a much stronger position, more diversified and less likely to have technical issues.

I hear gas prices in Asia are going up.

Edit: I have bough back in here again for a turnaround play.

I reckon that's a worked sell that held things down all day, but hey ho
premium beeks
Someone likes us with that 411,500 buy at the end of play
Thank you for that summary.
arlington chetwynd talbott
The Co. has disappointed on various fronts over the past couple of years - the market wants to see evidence of delivery not just expressions of optimism. If it is shown that Akatara is all but done and the RBL redetermination is complete and favourable and provided there are no further skeletons from Montara then a re-rate will happen.

Some bought on resumption at or around 26p and have probably taken a quick profit. It happens. But, those who are in for the bigger picture will sit tight.

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