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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kistos Plc LSE:KIST London Ordinary Share GB00BLF7NX68 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -22.00 -5.84% 355.00 352.00 358.00 375.00 354.00 375.00 140,257 14:13:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 294

Kistos Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/11/2021
19:39
Think we actually dodged a bullet today, looking at other oil/gas companies....
fandagle
26/11/2021
18:28
Well I had a couple of small top ups today, after the big intraday drop.
papillon
26/11/2021
10:13
hTTps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/global-stock-markets-crash-as-new-covid-variant-spooks-investors-085541785.html This was predictable last night. FTSE well down as are most things, including cryptocurrencies. Only gold is bucking the trend and is up. Definitely a Black Friday!
papillon
25/11/2021
14:38
In the recent (Oct 13th) interview with Malcy, AA mentions that there are currently opportunities well below North Sea averages and that the company is in negotiations with three of these. "To find something that is significantly below North Sea averages, there are things out there. And we've looked at a couple of things, and we still continue to look. I think we're involved in about three negotiations right now on other assets." - 11:00 hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNfZg4m6HBM
x54v
25/11/2021
14:22
Hey Vino, i suppose as you mention that is what the large salaries will be for, seeing value in assets that others dont, Rockrose did it for a number of years successfully..
fandagle
25/11/2021
12:43
I would be very interested to learn what sort of company they are going to find that with the massive increase of oil and gas price for those companies that were possibly in difficulties will now be looking for a larger sell price and so become too expensive to buy So either they Kistos will have to wait for the prices to stabilise or find another direction? Any thoughts
vino
25/11/2021
12:04
I think AA was rather disappointed at selling his previous company Rockrose at only £18.5, I believe the share price touched £22 at one point. I think his ultimate aim is to sell KISTOS at far more than Rockrose, therefore is £30 a low ball figure? Its interesting to check out the Rockrose history, the raises came very abruptly due to AA continually wrong footing the market.....GLA
fandagle
25/11/2021
11:54
Steady as she goes and perhaps there will be news before Xmas. As for £30 per share which one BB has suggested I wonder how he calculates this!!
anley
24/11/2021
10:54
Looking forward to the next acquisition. "To find something that is significantly below North Sea averages, there are things out there. And we've looked at a couple of things, and we still continue to look. I think we're involved in about three negotiations right now on other assets." - 11:00 hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNfZg4m6HBM
x54v
24/11/2021
10:37
They had 3 options when last interviewed. TTF holding high which is good for us.
mariopeter
24/11/2021
08:11
Gonny need a bigger boat at £30, I’m intrigued as to what the BOD will go for next?
fandagle
23/11/2021
02:54
£30 per share coming here by the end of 2024. Tazerface
tazerface
22/11/2021
15:41
Malchy today.... "following on from last week’s update Kistos confirm that the Q11-B appraisal well has been spudded. It is perfectly possible that a result could be in time as a Christmas gift for shareholders and provide an excellent springboard for the new year. KIST remains a nailed-on member of the Bucket List for next year".
mariopeter
22/11/2021
10:27
Yes - I expect we will see excellent flowrates from Q11-B within a few months and momentum going forward, new highs I would hope. Whats not to like about the Moram writeup link above (thanks for sharing)
adg
22/11/2021
09:33
Back to the 4's perhaps
pyglet
18/11/2021
07:24
“Following the discounted cash flow method, we obtain a valuation of 607p. Using the EBITDA multiple, the valuation would be 882p.” hTTps://moram.eu/kistos/
x54v
17/11/2021
07:48
Vino, there sure is a high cost for success, the other option is ignorance, see what that costs?
fandagle
16/11/2021
19:08
With all the new execs on board I can’t see him reducing debt !
vino
16/11/2021
18:00
Maybe coincidence mariopeter, but it was strange trading day after four straight days losses. Im intruiged at AA next step, will he pay off some debt? Or has he got an eye on a larger acquisition? Im pretty sure he will sidestep the market again.
fandagle
16/11/2021
16:26
On the ball Fadangle re your post 525
mariopeter
16/11/2021
16:07
Whoever debt funded the Company obviously took a large chunk of the free-floating 30m shares and must be close to having offloaded the lot now. About 15m since the start of September alone. TTF flying again https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=NYMEX%3ATTF1!
mariopeter
16/11/2021
11:25
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Natural-Gas-Prices-Could-Spike-As-Europe-Braces-For-Its-First-Cold-Blast.html
mariopeter
16/11/2021
10:34
hTTps://twitter.com/JavierBlas/status/1460546039782465539
x54v
16/11/2021
09:52
Transportation , processing and terminal fees are high at EUro 3.25 per 1000Ncubic meters until 8billion and rise to Euro 9 for the same quantum thereafter. (no wonder we are building our own pipeline and facilities) at a cost of Euro 39m (net). We are about to double gas production from Q2 2023 (by bringing onboard the Q11B production) so the new pipeline is a good investment. Sproule ascribed an 86% chance of development of the Q11 B field citing permissions and economics as the only negative factors so it looks like a goer already and I know production licenses have long been applied for on Q11B. Think the oncoming appraisal of Q11B is to prove up more resources as all targets there will be tested.
mariopeter
15/11/2021
10:33
Gas production is now 47% more than was declared in the first half of the year. First half 5.16 mboe net. Now refreshed at 7.6 mboe net per day and that was as was expected. Thats 12354 MWHrs (net) per day and you can see the price of that on the futures market. At todays price (78 Euro) thats revenue of Euro 1,037,736 per day. Cost of sales ongoing are $2 per barrel equivalent so say $15000 per day and G and A come to about 50000 euro per day I guess. Euro 970k surplus cash per day. Then cap-ex which was already budgeted for.
mariopeter
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