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KOS Kosmos Energy Ltd

482.00
-14.00 (-2.82%)
16 Apr 2024 - Closed
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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
  -14.00 -2.82% 482.00 472.00 492.00 - 0.00 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 1.7B 213.52M 0.4529 13.40 2.86B
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 496p. 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 £2.86 billion. Kosmos Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.40.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2024
13:06
That's a hell of a time
fraserdean
15/4/2024
12:27
After about 190 days on Mangetti, Tung Expl now headed for Walvis Bay.
xxnjr
08/4/2024
16:10
Thanks interesting one very similar to the AOC block, or the block that may be AOC or may not be AOC, be good if Trident could let us all know what's happening with the rig for EG
fraserdean
05/4/2024
23:03
Maybe RT will be up to speed, finally. He's has been in the job 7 mths now.....

You probably noticed this. If not

xxnjr
04/4/2024
17:20
Yes at least with Hill at those meetings you'd expect some news but not any more.
fraserdean
04/4/2024
10:01
Total's results 26/4. I assume that may include the odd tinge of colour on Namibia. So a little surprised by timing of



CCO will also be presenting. A cynic might suggest RT not up to the job. Not that I would be so impolite to suggest that.

xxnjr
03/4/2024
10:39
Dunno about that. I guess you could have separate and distinct ponding in one long channel/fan system? OTOH one of Shells Jonker wells was right on the block boundary. Thx for posting full article cash.
xxnjr
03/4/2024
09:56
So Venus and Jonker are one?
fraserdean
03/4/2024
09:06
TotalEnergies is set to launch its huge Venus development offshore Namibia later this year, according to a top executive at the supermajor, who cites the discovery's "impressive" reservoir characteristics. The French giant two years ago discovered Venus in the Orange basin and has moved fast to appraise this major ultra-deepwater field in an effort to fast-track its development via at least one floating production, storage and offloading vessel. Kevin McLachlan, TotalEnergies' head of exploration, at last week's BEOS event - organised by AAPG and GESGB - revealed intriguing details about Venus to a rapt audience, focusing on the "impressive" sub-surface findings to date from the discovery well and two completed drill stem tests, with another two DSTs under way. "We're really pleased with what we have here. We're still integrating results to confirm a development, but we think we will be there with the discoveries (Venus and Mangetti) we've made. We expect to see a first project confirmed later this year." In what was something of an understatement for an auditorium full of geologists, geophysicists and sedimentologists, McLachlan said: "I know all of you are keen to hear more about Venus," before going on to highlight the scale of just one reservoir system uncovered by both TotalEnergies in Block 2913B and Shell in neighbouring Block 2913A. "It's very impressive. We're talking about a 150-kilometre system," he said, stressing that the Albian reservoir is comprised of turbidites sitting directly on the source rock, so perfectly placed for being charged with hydrocarbons. "We've interpreted a series of constrained flow systems that are very far-reaching and then spread out into very large, widespread channel lobes." McLachlan said what is particularly "impressive" about Venus is the reservoir connectivity. "The vertical connectivity is very, very good. It's perfectly connected," he explained, highlighting there is also "a good pressure connection between the appraisal well and the discovery well". TotalEnergies' head of exploration said that the gas-oil-ratio is "high" and porosities are "good" and although permeabilities are "low", the oil's viscosity is "very good" which helps counteract this constraint. It is understood that while low permeability would be an issue with many oil reservoirs, the upside for Venus is that its crude has "super-low viscosity". McLachlan said Venus' oil in place reserves are "impressive" while stressing that it is "of course, about the recoverable resource", which is what the supermajor is working on now. He did not reveal the size of Venus, although Namibia's authorities have previously stated the discovery holds 5 billion barrels of oil in place, of which 2 billion barrels are recoverable. As for Mangetti, Upstream was told recently that it could house 1.5 billion barrels of in-place reserves, with potential recoverable reserves of perhaps 600 million barrels
cashandcard
02/4/2024
09:35
UPSTREAM: TotalEnergies is set to launch its huge Venus development offshore Namibia later this year, according to a top executive at the supermajor, who cites the discovery's "impressive" reservoir characteristics.

Kevin McLachlan, TotalEnergies' head of exploration, at last week’s BEOS event — organised by AAPG and GESGB — revealed intriguing details about Venus to a rapt audience, focusing on the “impressive221; sub-surface findings to date from the discovery well and two completed drill stem tests, with another two DSTs under way.

xxnjr
27/3/2024
16:06
According to Upstream "TotalEnergies is running simultaneous flow tests in a pair of wells on its huge Venus oil discovery offshore Namibia, according to head of exploration Kevin McLachlan."
xxnjr
26/3/2024
16:46
unexpectedly positive reaction to the Senegal elections
fraserdean
20/3/2024
15:49
xxnjr,Thanks. I agree, think it bodes very well for the remainder of the block and surrounding blocks in the 'inner high'. Cash
cashandcard
19/3/2024
19:17
Hello Cash; you've found our secret corner! Hadn't seen that Rhino graphic on Mopane. Thx. You'd imagine then (reservoir quality permitting) that there would be more oil updip of current 2 wells :) Also interesting (i think, from memory) that Mopane (along with Kudu) might be the inner side of the outer high (Shell/Total finds have been outside of outer).
xxnjr
19/3/2024
16:03
In other words; Actions speak louder than words :)
been a tad frustrating though.

xxnjr
19/3/2024
15:57
I agree, everyone being cautious. With regards GALP and Sintana, I think they want to declare commerciality before they start talking about potential scale. All we know thus far, the Mopane structure is 'JV-estimated' 10billion bbls OIP. They've now got the 8km lateral extension of the field. They are heading towards commercial declaration, just awaiting the DST outcome now.For those who want to get a scale of what Mopane could become, go to the website of Neighbours Rhino Resources, who have overlapping seismic covering one end of the Mopane structure close to their boundary. They've actually imaged, on their website, the full Mopane prospect. Suffice to say, a picture speaks a thousand words. It's big, really big. There is more prospectivity on that block aswell. I will say GALP maybe playing cards close to their chest, as they are looking to bring in a major, what's for sure is GALP/Sintana and partners have hit the jackpot here.There is alot more to come from Namibia, this story is just getting started.Tonight - PCL present on the biggest target of them all, the Saturn Superfan. Sintana also have an interest in that.Lots to look forward to.Cash
cashandcard
19/3/2024
15:24
That it doesn't really make sense. Total downplayed Mangetti, Shell are not normally cautious but everyone seems to be talking about waiting until more is known about the geology, even Sintana have been positive but cautious in public statements. Tucker at AOC doesn't seem the PR type but he's almost been the most positive out of anybody.
Total are paying big to get Venus going and for 3B/4B and AOC must know some figures before they pay that much for the extra interest in Impact. I guess it's just a case of follow the money but the silence is odd and I don't understand why NAMCOR isn't breaking it.

fraserdean
19/3/2024
14:25
what answer did you arrive at?.....
xxnjr
19/3/2024
11:58
Just trying to work out why Total and Shell are downplaying everything so much. Even Galp and their partners area being really cautious in their statements.
fraserdean
18/3/2024
20:06
Mangetti is flaring again.
xxnjr
18/3/2024
07:32
"AOC has made an offer to acquire from minority shareholders in Impact Oil and Gas Limited ("Impact") up to 8.0% of the issued shares in Impact. The Offer is made at a price of USD 0.728 per Impact share, for a consideration of up to approximately USD 64 million, which implies a valuation of USD 805 million for 100% of the issued share capital of Impact. Africa Oil currently holds a 31.1% shareholding in Impact."
xxnjr
15/3/2024
12:35
thx. was just reading it.....
xxnjr
15/3/2024
12:32
On the geoexpro web site from Jan 26, for some reason can't c&p
fraserdean
15/3/2024
12:15
Just as a matter of interest which article are you referencing?
xxnjr
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