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KOS Kosmos Energy Ltd

469.00
-3.00 (-0.64%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kosmos Energy Ltd LSE:KOS London Ordinary Share COM SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -0.64% 469.00 450.00 488.00 - 0.00 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 1.7B 213.52M 0.4529 12.81 2.73B
Kosmos Energy Ltd is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KOS. The last closing price for Kosmos Energy was 472p. Over the last year, Kosmos Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 430.00p to 677.50p.

Kosmos Energy currently has 471,502,543 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Kosmos Energy is £2.73 billion. Kosmos Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 12.81.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2024
12:11
upstream "TotalEnergies ready to start drilling Africa exploration well targeting billion-barrel prospect. Semi-submersible has arrived on location offshore Congo-Brazzaville....."

Sintana up again.

xxnjr
21/5/2024
20:56
Thx both.
(was wondering why Sintana was up 22%!)

xxnjr
21/5/2024
19:57
Big move at Sintana Energy today. BNN article - bidders preparing to make first round of bids in Mid June for 40% of GALPs Mopane oilfield block. Companies named include Exxon Shell Total and Equinor.Cash
cashandcard
21/5/2024
14:56
Think there's an exploration well and infill drilling going on.
fraserdean
21/5/2024
08:28
Both Total rigs are now offshore Point Noire, DRC
xxnjr
15/5/2024
18:06
It's found its way. Aided by the 4 Posh Tugs. Good gig for the tugs. Been over a year now. GIMI also safely in its concrete silo. Now comes the tricky bit. Getting all the kit to work. Anyone got a match?
xxnjr
07/5/2024
14:46
Mmmm let's hope the FPSO can make it from the Canaries without getting lost or crashing, probably find it sunk off fiji in a few weeks.
fraserdean
07/5/2024
07:28
Good to see some progress on Tortue

Commenting on the Company's first quarter 2024 performance, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Andrew G. Inglis said: "Kosmos has had an active start to the year, continuing the operational and financial momentum we saw in 2023. Operationally, we've brought four new wells online at Jubilee and first oil at Winterfell is expected shortly, both important milestones for the Company as we target 50% production growth from the second half of 2022 to year-end 2024. We've also seen significant progress at Tortue with the FLNG arriving on location, completion of the deepwater pipelay and the FPSO en route to the project site. In Equatorial Guinea, we're pleased to have secured a high quality rig for the infill and ILX campaign later this year. We are also advancing our next set of growth projects, securing long lead items for Tiberius and a two-year license extension granted for Yakaar-Teranga.

xxnjr
03/5/2024
20:51
xxnjr,Agree, all the key stuff gone.Cash
cashandcard
03/5/2024
19:19
Yeah, interesting Cash. That's Namibia Orange basin basically sewn up isn't it? Anyone who's missed out might well be eyeing up the Walvis Basin now.....
xxnjr
03/5/2024
16:15
https://www.upstreamonline.com/exploration/bp-and-eni-strike-deal-to-barrel-into-namibia-s-prolific-orange-basin/2-1-1638258PEL85 - Operator Rhino ResourcesThe license just south of the GALP/Sintana Mopane oilfield.BP & ENI farming in via their joint-venture Azule Energy.Cash
cashandcard
30/4/2024
16:05
Nice work Sherlock!

Galp drilling another four wells adn Woodside making a decision by June. A lot of snake oil salesmen in Windhoek.

fraserdean
30/4/2024
09:56
Probably Point Noire, DRC

“.....As a long-term partner of the Republic of Congo, TotalEnergies remains fully committed to the country through our increased stake and operatorship in Moho field, and is preparing for the drilling of an exploration well on the Marine XX license before summer 2024.”

Will give Total some time to process and analyse the new seismic acquired in Namibia. I presume the Mira will be staying on to drill another Venus pre-development/appraisal well.

xxnjr
29/4/2024
23:57
Tungsten Explorer is headed in the direction of Gulf of Guinea from Walvis Bay. "Offshore PNR". Any clues?
xxnjr
29/4/2024
13:57
Yep, PEL82, where HRT recovered light oil from the Wingat 1 well all those years ago. This is an important entry into the Walvis basin by a global major. It pretty much guarantees a drillrig will be here over next 18-24months. Possibly sooner.Once again, Sintana really unlocking the future for its shareholders. The real value add here is the relationship between Robert Bose and his team with Knowledge-Katti/Custos, bringing Knowledge Katti onto Sintana's board was a very good move. Because KK and Custos are hand in hand with Namcor and its stated strategy for the Country. Cash
cashandcard
29/4/2024
10:43
Looks like Sintana have done well again, pulled Chevron into the Walvis Basin block now.
fraserdean
29/4/2024
07:41
DALLAS, Texas, April 29, 2024 - Kosmos Energy (NYSE/LSE: KOS) ("Kosmos" or the "Company") announced today that it has successfully re-financed its reserve-based lending ("RBL") facility extending the maturity by approximately three years, with the RBL facility's final maturity now in December 2029......

......Neal Shah, Chief Financial Officer, said "Re-financing the RBL facility is another important step to optimize Kosmos' capital structure and proactively address our debt maturities. With the re-financing of the RBL and the recent convertible bond issuance, we have no maturities until 2026 and lower interest expense going forward. We thank our bank group for their continued support as we grow the company."

xxnjr
28/4/2024
15:19
Patrick P is already suggesting 3 FPSO's for (presumably) Venus.

150 to 180 Kbopd FPSO's typically require 500 to 600 mmbo to develop. So we would seem to be heading towards the top end of the oft-mentioned "2 bn barrels for Venus" already!

xxnjr
26/4/2024
22:47
Upstream "TotalEnergies is looking to sanction the first phase of its huge Venus project offshore Namibia in late 2025, targeting production of as much as 180,000 barrels per day.

Venus is currently thought to hold about 2 billion barrels of recoverable oil, with chief executive Patrick Pouyanne making clear previously that it will be a phased development requiring multiple floating production, storage and offloading vessels.

Speaking to analysts today during the supermajor’s first-quarter results webcast, Pouyanne said: “We recently finished a positive appraisal well on Venus and we are targeting the end of 2025 for a final investment decision. We’re speaking of a development with around 150,000-to-180,000 bpd.”......

xxnjr
26/4/2024
14:54
PP also said something like this in reply to an analyst enquiring about flow rates/reservoir characteristics etc etc "We spent an awful lot of money and human capital acquiring the data we now have on Namibia so why should we give that information away for free!"

He also put Barclays Paul Chang firmly back in his box for asking a Q that had already been answered and then having the temerity to ask a 3rd Q rather than respecting the two Q convention :)

xxnjr
26/4/2024
13:32
Not a huge amount of new detail and the hosting company played that tired but relaxing Texan music.

Intending to FID initial FPSO by end of 2025. 1st development and we'll see others to follow. 2 or 3 from Total to start with incl 1st. With maybe 6 or 7 FPSO's in the basin including other operators initially. Has potential to be another Guyana. Exploration still at very early stages. Total have a similar prospect to Mopane that will be drilled. PP did comment that in 25yrs of expln he's never known just 2 wells to prove up 10bn bbls (OOIP) but let's see! (in other words there's a lot more work to do on Mopane in his opnion)

First FPSO will be 150 to 180 Kbopd. Good news from AOI's perspective as completely carried by Total to first oil. It's a decent sized vessel. Ultimate scale of FPSO limited by topsides and need to re-inject (not flare) associated gas as GOR relatively high.

Maybe will drill S. Afr in 2025.

Namibia will be next frontier for industry to establish a competitive contractor base to deliver competitive projects. Very happy/optimistic that Namibia will fall into Total's strict FID metrics CAPEX $/bbl etc etc.

Conclusion: It's not a question of if? or even when? It is going to happen!

xxnjr
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