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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
  -1.80 -2.0% 88.00 88.00 90.00 89.80 89.00 89.80 262,105 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 159.4 -41.9 -9.5 - 408

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17/7/2021
14:36
Submissions to Select committee ends 19th August , second reading , committee of whole house, third reading , and Royal ascent
croasdalelfc
17/7/2021
14:35
Worth a bookmark imo: still a few months before it becomes law : https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/bills-and-laws/bills-proposed-laws/document/BILL_111853/crown-minerals-decommissioning-and-other-matters-amendment
croasdalelfc
17/7/2021
10:41
Not worth worrying about imo. My chart shows a number of concurrent bullish chart patterns. A cup/handle continuation confirmed yesterday afternoon and has an active target 82.8 Historical resistance is around 81. Eod close above 81 confirms a bowl with a tp approx 93. Support zone is a breakaway gap [6/7/2021] 73.8-75 Breakaways are reason based gaps that often remain unfilled for long periods, sometimes never filling, such as those in the early days on the charts of FEVR and KWS Quite a number of possible turns show on the chart over the next few weeks, so we could see volatility. I am wary of the possibility of a H&S on the Brent chart, that could affect oil based sp's. Gla
bamboo2
16/7/2021
22:23
Well, an intra day flash in the pan, my word.
fardels bear
16/7/2021
14:00
H1 results around the second week in September should be a catalyst to move the share price. Cold, hard figures to show the profits being made, only seven weeks to wait. Obviously and RNS to confirm the completion of Maari would be most welcome in the interim.
dcarn
16/7/2021
13:39
Friday RNS in the summer? You couldn’t pick a worse period or day for a muted response. It will rise sometime when you can see no logical reason. Buffy
buffythebuffoon
16/7/2021
13:30
MT Thanks for the numbers re holdings - I hadn't checked the detail. As the free float reduces and II's holdings increase this means a re-rate will happen more swiftly and to a hhigher point when it does come. I am not losing faith. Who would when the company is as well run as almost any on the market. I think JSE suffers from being a boringly well run company. Ben Graham would have liked it.
zeusfurla
16/7/2021
13:07
Oh dear Dunderhead. I do hope that Maari isn't already in the price as well. If so, I may just as well sell up now :-) Seriously, what a dismal response from the market. A few years ago even news of the spudding of a well would have put 10% on a share price. The ESG brigade have oil, gas and coal by the goolies.
lord gnome
16/7/2021
12:45
We'll get our day in the sun.
loafingchard
16/7/2021
10:24
Can’t help being a little disappointed with share price here over the last two years, gone the square sum of nowhere. No intention to sell having bought in the low thirties but in the current positive environment I would have expected this undeniably well run company to have pushed on to all time highs.
fozzie
16/7/2021
10:14
FB I think probably "already in price" its only worriers like you and me that think "it will not happen"!?
dunderheed
16/7/2021
10:00
Nobody impressed, by the look of it.
fardels bear
16/7/2021
08:15
Accrued barrels approx 1.25m by end July.Average Tapis benchmark - $65 plus small premium for oil but takeoff a little as 10% is gas - say $65 for 1.25m barrels.Opex for year as stated in webcast is $18 a barrel. Operating cash flow to July ~$58m .Take off :Cost of acquisition $9mcapex ~ $10mDecomm fund ~$5mTax G&A ~ $10mSundries ~ $10mLeaves ~$14/15m - what have I missed ?
croasdalelfc
16/7/2021
08:04
L2: opened 1 v 3 / 75p v 76p Now: 1 v 1 / 76p v 77p (then 3 x 79p, 6 x 80p and 1 x 81p)
mount teide
16/7/2021
07:58
Zeus - 'I've noticed this probably on and off for a month or 2 now. There is almost a floor under the share price What seems to be happening is that impatient PI holders' shares are slowly been transferred to institutions.' Recent changes in the significant shareholder list gives strong support to this view. Institutional Shareholders with notifiable holdings (3%+) has increased to 71.71% from 67.74% over the past 6 weeks. Significant recent changes: Fidelity - new in at 3.47% Odey - up from 6.33% to 7.37% Polar - up from 4.59% to 4.84% Significant Shareholders as of 7 July 2021: Tyrus Capital 25.49% Baillie Gifford 8.45% Odey Asset Management 7.37% Livermore Partners 6.96% Premier Miton Investors 4.85% Polar Capital 4.84% BlackRock 3.73% Fidelity 3.47% Sandgrove Capital Management 3.28% Invesco 3.27% Source: Jadestone Website
mount teide
16/7/2021
07:41
Fantastic news. I was one if the waverers wondering when this would finally come good and expect to be increasing my exposure here over the coming weeks. A fantastic fair/ good valued company with a lot of upside IMHO.
dunderheed
16/7/2021
07:24
Good news indeed. If only Maari had been so simple and so speedy.
lord gnome
16/7/2021
07:20
6k barrels per day surely worth 10p a share - plus reserves and back payment . Excellent news . Completed earlier than anticipated
croasdalelfc
15/7/2021
22:13
Good job that Stifel are there. There is absolutely no buying pressure right now. Stifel have soaked up all today's trades, all today's sells.
lord gnome
15/7/2021
16:27
MT I've noticed this probably on and off for a month or 2 now. There is almost a floor under the share price What seems to be happening is that impatient PI holders' shares are slowly been traneferred to institutions. There will be a fairly quick upward move soon maybe after Maari is confirmed - can't be long now.
zeusfurla
15/7/2021
14:01
The 100,000 is being placed on the 75p bid at every intra day auction.
mount teide
15/7/2021
08:54
100,000 placed on the bid at 75p for the 9am auction Broker Stifel has been sitting alone on the 75p bid accumulating in volume for the past two weeks.
mount teide
11/7/2021
15:27
Crude Awakening - Liam Halligan - Telegraph today 'As for global price pressures, oil last week hit a three-year high of $75 – 40pc up on a year ago. Part of the reason was the Opec exporters’ cartel delaying any increase in crude output levels. But, even aside from Opec’s supply-side shenanigans, we’re in for demand-led price rises as the post-Covid global economy reboots. Wall Street analysts now predict oil averaging over $80 during the third quarter, with potential spikes well above that as demand comes roaring back. While cheap Chinese exports helped contain global inflation during the recovery which followed the 2008 financial crisis, today’s increasingly sophisticated and much bigger Chinese economy drives inflation higher. The People’s Republic has become by far the world’s largest energy importer, with oil consumption soaring from 9.3 million to 14.1 million barrels daily during the decade from 2010, accounting for almost half the total rise in global oil use. The internal combustion engine will be with us for some time – and while it is, Chinese oil demand will generate upward price pressures. Yes, more can be pumped, not least from US shale fields – but “lifting costs” of such crude are high. And, as we move to electric vehicles, the costs of the copper and “rare earth” elements such products require will replace oil as a source of price pressures. US inflation now stands at 5pc, the fastest price growth since 2008, with month-on-month inflation at a 40-year high. Rather than GDP, the economic variable we should be watching most closely is inflation. The UK’s consumer prices index grew 0.7pc during the year to March 2021, surging to 1.5pc in April and 2.1pc in May. Emerging inflation stems partly from domestic factors like the tightening labour market. But there are global forces too, including spiralling prices for commodities, raw materials and food.' Edit: Goldman Sachs firmly belongs in the bull camp and sees oil staying between $75-80 per barrel over the next 18 months.
mount teide
06/7/2021
09:02
Worth re-reading the Overview of the Lemang Acquisition - Another excellent quality asset with a completely flexible production development timetable secured at Jadestone's offer price from a highly distressed seller needing short term cash. Acquisition of Operated 90% Interest in Lemang PSC hTTps://www.jadestone-energy.com/acquisition-of-operated-90-interest-in-lemang-psc/ At the time management stressed no equity raise to pay for this - $60m debt and $30m cash to pay for the field development over 2 years. 'Spangle' noted from the presentation at the time: 'Note that gas volumes shown are based on Gas Down To (GDT) measurements from existing logs. The gas water contact has not been intersected, therefore there is an as-yet undetermined volume upside that is not captured by the mean figure. A full P10-P50-P90 figure will be available by FID' Some of my notes from the presentation webinar at the time of the announcement of the acquisition: * PSC - No Decommissioning overhang * Incremental Value beyond the base case is all accretive to assumptions * Gas Sales: 80-90% Take or Pay Provision / Fixed Prices over life of field contract * $126 million prior cost pools * 90% Interest In Lemang PSC - $12m was Jadestone's Offer Price - the Distressed seller who needed cash in hand because of the low oil price had wanted considerably more for the asset 12 months ago(circa $50-75m from my research on the previous owners Sugih Energy ), but then experienced financial and operational challenges related to the collapse in the POO, that necessitated the raising of cash.(A 25% stake in this asset was sold for $130m in 2015) * FID to First Gas: 24 months * Situated in a region with one of the highest O&G success rates in the world; and adjacent to the Jabung block, which produces 53,000 boepd.
mount teide
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