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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.50 1.18% 473.50 46,750 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
465.00 475.00 470.00 465.00 465.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 392
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:12 UT 1,928 473.50 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2022 08:20 by Kistos Daily Update
Kistos Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KIST. The last closing price for Kistos was 468p.
Kistos Plc has a 4 week average price of 380p and a 12 week average price of 376.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 665p while the 1 year low share price is currently 320.50p.
There are currently 82,863,743 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 320,882 shares. The market capitalisation of Kistos Plc is £392,359,823.11.
Posted at 03/10/2022 08:10 by billy ray
Moram Q3 22 update: KIST and SQZ


Suggests Netherlands will apply additional (windfall) taxes only from 2023:
"This is a crucial point as the Netherland already said that it will start in 2023. Consequently, that for Kistos means that the huge amount of money made in 2022, remains in Kistos."

Worth a read of the SQZ update too, as it says Moram expects 500% increase in KIST share price from these levels:
"We cannot see Serica’s share price increasing 500% in the next years as we see Kistos."

Posted at 19/8/2022 09:01 by mariopeter
Could have re-invested the cash and all share not possible because the KIST share price too weak even though EBITDAs were similar. SQZ would have ended up with 75% of the joint company. As I say KIST teeny bit too early.
Posted at 18/8/2022 09:04 by mariopeter
SQZ shareholders could not see the undervalue in KIST despite efforts from us to demonstrate that. Still think we will make more pre tax profit than SQZ in 2022. Where will the SQZ be if the drill bit disappoints which I hope does not happen but if it does then KIST will have a stronger hand and stronger share price in any potential marry up. KIST may have been a little too early out of the starting block. If the SQZ drill works then the deal will be off and they will be happy bunnies not saying the deal will be revisited.

So far KIST made cc £200m+ EBITDA sterling in the 6 months to June 2022 followed by cc £69m in July and August is looking like £90m +/- depending on TTF variance around Euro 200.

If only KIST were valued at 1.3 times annual EBITDA (which by the way is a really low multiple reflecting presumably the fact that these are extraordinary times). Have seen transactions with that number at 10.

See Centrica to fill up UK reserve tank "Rough" (previously abandoned) to be used for hydrogen

Posted at 22/7/2022 10:56 by mariopeter
We thought KIST Q11 was the same as Q10 but it wasn't... water wet in the end. Work on 10%. That's what the tank in the KIST share price in Q1 2022 was all about.
Posted at 20/7/2022 10:38 by alxo82
bountyhunter, Andrew Austin made the non binding offer to put Kistos into the spotlight. The shareprice is speaking, hail to Kistos, meh to Serica. Now Andrew can decide whether he just waits until the share price has reached a higher price to place the final offer, without any premium for SQZ, or use the heightened share price to go for a better company that will not lose almost 25% of the EBT by the EPL. In the process SQZ management and board will be worn out and their lack of ambition will be exposed, they have a lot of money but they are unable to use it and provide value to shareholder, I pity SQZ holders
Posted at 12/7/2022 09:53 by mariopeter
KIST, I think, have made £200m+ in the first half to 30th June 2022 and if current gas prices prevailed in the whole of the second half pre-tax profit then roughly double that for the second half. There are tiny development cost left to w/off so profit and cash are similar at KIST. Zero hedging now at KIST.

For sure any deal will be designed to be win win for both sets of shareholders. Andrew will make sure of that and will not waste anybody's time. In his own words he does not try and win a deal for KIST at the detriment of vendors he wants everyone to be happy or he is wasting his time. Anyway not that this is a full blown acquisition as its not, everyone enjoys the fair benefit of both companies going forward.

Think an issue is current profitability at KIST is not well known and for sure cannot be easily gleaned from historics but for the benefit of SQZ a summary of KIST:

12k boepd ...half in Holland and half in the UK so that's 10K MWhrs per day in Holland at this price:

Costs in Holland are US$3 per boe with extremely low carbon throw off.

In the UK 6K boepd or 340k therms per day at UK prices and the costs (not disclosed) we think might be US$15 per boe.

and G and A are tiny (say 15m)and deduct some delivery costs (not big) and directors bonuses? say £10m.

On reserves KIST have a very nice oil find ready for development (recently appraised but no recent CPR) and nearly ready for project sanction. Reserves at last CPR were 2p 20mmbo and 2c 99mmbo net to KIST.

Got another 2.5 years on UK gas (much longer in Holland). Tie back in both countries being appraised to improve lifespan and production nos. Also own a share in the very big Benriach (think .6TCF) via their recently wrapped up Total deal.

Simple, very lean and room for vast organic growth. Management think purely like shareholders.

Posted at 01/7/2022 21:51 by mariopeter
Could not agree more Mr T.

I have been conservative in projecting 200m stg profit for 6 months and it would be just great to have the legals completed on the Total deal in the UK. Feel gas prices will be higher again in the second half as I used only 85 Euro per MWhr and 200p per therm in my profit projection calcs. Market prices respectively are now 147 Euro per MWhr and 250p per therm and don't see why they would reduce very much during the next 6 months bar a miracle gas build in Europe. Feel the KIST share price will react when the legals are done on Total because so far its a "might have done" deal albeit backdated.

Interestingly we do not have much development cost to write off anymore as most of it was w/off last year.

Posted at 07/4/2022 14:31 by papillon
Well the KIST share price has certainly turned around from it's initial early morning drop. A very bullish sign, IMO.
Posted at 25/1/2022 00:25 by papillon
You're all mouth, Tazerface. All north and south and no bottle. A gutless keyboard warrior.
Watch the KIST share price It's lift off time! 🤣 🤣

Tazerface and advfn need to be reported to the police. I might just do that.

Posted at 24/1/2022 22:37 by papillon
Big recovery in the DOW tonight. So much it closed in positive territory on the day. So I'm expecting the FTSE100 to open up tomorrow and the sea of red in shares today to change to a sea of blue. A change in market sentiment will, hopefully, be positive for the KIST share price tomorrow as when punters panic the good goes down with the rubbish. We saw that back in March 2020 when shares crashed on the start of the COVID pandemic. The good plummeted along with the bad. Market sentiment is important
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