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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
  3.50 4.17% 87.50 87.00 88.00 90.90 85.00 85.00 976,650 15:22:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 159.4 -41.9 -9.5 - 406

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/9/2021
21:15
What sort of production numbers has Jse attributed to the Skua-10 and Skua-11 workovers.
tens machine
28/9/2021
20:49
OPEC Sees Global Oil Demand Growing Until 2035 - OilPrice.com * Despite the expected plateauing in oil demand after 2035, oil will still be the number one energy source in 2045 'Global oil demand is expected to continue to grow into the mid-2030s to 108 million barrels per day (bpd), after which it is set to plateau until 2045, OPEC said in its 2021 World Oil Outlook (WOO) on Tuesday. OPEC’s timeline for peak oil demand in its 2021 outlook is a few years earlier than in last year’s WOO report, which had forecast that global oil demand would grow steadily until the late 2030s, when it would begin to plateau. After the COVID pandemic last year, OPEC for the first time put a timeline to peak oil demand. In this year’s outlook, OPEC sees oil demand growing “strongly̶1; in the short- and medium-term before demand plateaus in the long term. Renewables other than hydropower and natural gas are set to grow the most between 2035 and 2045, when oil demand is expected to be flat, according to OPEC’s estimates. Renewables and natural gas will continue to play a significant role in the evolving energy mix. Despite the expected plateauing in oil demand after 2035, oil will still be the number one energy source in 2045, OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo said at the event to launch the 2021 outlook. Oil demand will be back to pre-pandemic levels as soon as next year, OPEC reckons. By 2026, global demand for crude would have risen to 104 million bpd, the cartel estimates. Longer term, the energy outlook remains uncertain, OPEC said, as the energy transition and the efforts to eliminate energy poverty will push oil demand in opposite directions. One thing is certain, though, the oil industry will need massive investments over the next 25 years in order to meet demand, according to OPEC. The industry will need cumulative long-term upstream, midstream, and downstream oil-related investments of $11.8 trillion by 2045, OPEC says.'
mount teide
28/9/2021
10:37
I always wonder why all companies can't be managed like JSE. Say what the plan is and then carry it out. If it can't be carried out tell people why.
nk104
28/9/2021
10:21
Montara H6 Infill Well - is the first well to be drilled on the field for 10 years. Looking back at the history of the development of the field it was perhaps not altogether surprising that its initial flush production rate was close to 10,000 bopd before being stabilised at around the 3,000 bopd guidance figure. PTTEP / 2008 - 'The Montara oil and gas field is expected to produce 35,000 bopd of light, low-sulphur crude.......A total of ten wells, nine oil producers and one gas injection well are part of the Montara development project.' PTTEP planned the development of the Montara project in two phases with an investment of $700m. Phase one included development of six production wells and one injection well. Phase two included development of three production wells. They planned a phased development of the field to enable inclusion and optimisation of wells in phase two, on dynamic reservoir results from phase one. Due to the lack of availability of drilling rigs the Montara field went into production in late 2013 with four oil-producing wells and a gas re-injection well - stabilised first production was circa 16,500 bopd. When Jadestone acquired the Montara asset in 2018 - the field was producing circa 7,500 bopd at around 72% field uptime.
mount teide
28/9/2021
09:02
Q4 revenue will rival H1 which was flattered by the timing of liftings - H1 was -$138m Oct : ~$36mNov: ~$48mDec : ~$48m= $132mAssumptions : Oct 15kbopd Nov/Dec 20kbopd Brent $77 plus $3 premium
croasdalelfc
28/9/2021
08:45
That 10k bopd acquisition is inevitable here simply a matter of time for me .The growth here will be swift, probably the best run company on aim IMO
tens machine
28/9/2021
08:37
Cash rich and debt free could make the next acquisitions give another sizeable step change in revenue. ==== That's what I would like.....a larger type acquisition......up there at 10,000 bpo/day.
11_percent
28/9/2021
08:36
At $75 Brent and 20kbopd it's $575mAt $75 Brent and 24kbopd (ie inc Maari) it's $683m
croasdalelfc
28/9/2021
08:34
Yep. That's why it's my biggest holding.
fardels bear
28/9/2021
08:31
If they exit around 20k boepd yr end well and good, but already at current oil prices/production, revenues must have catapulted to a pro rata $500m/yr ?? Maari still to come. Cash rich and debt free could make the next acquisitions give another sizeable step change in revenue.
zengas
28/9/2021
08:22
Offer moved to 92p
mount teide
28/9/2021
08:18
Moved to 1 v 2 / 89p v 90p (rest between 92p and 94p)
mount teide
28/9/2021
08:08
Just 2 MM's left under 90p on the offer.
mount teide
28/9/2021
08:07
Moved to 1 v 2 / 87p v 88p (rest between 89p and 93p)
mount teide
28/9/2021
08:02
L2: opened 1 v 2 / 86p v 87p (rest between 88p and 92p)
mount teide
28/9/2021
07:59
It's still possible - but probably mid Nov before it moves
croasdalelfc
28/9/2021
07:55
Cheers - so 'early November' looks unlikely.
someuwin
28/9/2021
07:53
The rig moved on 18th sept btw
croasdalelfc
28/9/2021
07:53
I wouldn't be surprised to see some more institutional buying over the next few days like we have seen on recent RNS's. JSE really is a cash machine with excellent management - still considerably undervalued given the growth to come this year in output. I noticed the other day that Stockopedia had updated for the H1 results which gives JSE some improved stats - still doesn't show the potential coming though over the next few months but may attract a few savvy investors. This is a mid-cap grower, no fly by night small cap.
zeusfurla
28/9/2021
07:52
Scheduled at 31 days and 21 days for Skua 11 and Skua 10 . I would guess that includes some contingency ie a worst case scenario. It can be extended if bad weather hits etc
croasdalelfc
28/9/2021
07:49
Nice rns without a doubt
tens machine
28/9/2021
07:38
Any idea how long the Skua drilling will take? We're hoping to get the Valaris 107 rig over at ADV for 'early November'?
someuwin
28/9/2021
07:36
L2: Should be an interesting start - JBER has shown their hand first and pushed the offer up from last nights 82p close to 85p.
mount teide
28/9/2021
07:31
"As a result, our balance sheet continues to strengthen, providing the platform from which to execute on further growth through investment in both the existing portfolio as well as further M&A." ====== Bring on the next acquisition.......and lets exit 2021 at over 20,000 boe/d.
11_percent
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