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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 276.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
268.00 284.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
  1,138.52 18.94 -10.56 1,074
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 276.00 GBX

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Kosmos Energy Daily Update: Kosmos Energy Ltd is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KOS. The last closing price for Kosmos Energy was 276p.
Kosmos Energy Ltd has a 4 week average price of 218p and a 12 week average price of 177p.
The 1 year high share price is 276p while the 1 year low share price is currently 78p.
There are currently 389,286,890 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,220 shares. The market capitalisation of Kosmos Energy Ltd is £1,074,431,816.40.
xxnjr: NYSE:KOS was up 19% last night at $3.68 as "Bernstein moved Kosmos from market perform to outperform.... their analyst expects oil demand to increase by around 10% even as alternative energy options, such as electric cars and hydrogen, continue to expand.... good outcome for exploration and production names across the board, as they look to return more capital to investors. In addition to upping the rating on Kosmos, Bernstein also increased the stock's price target, more than doubling it....the new target of $7.80 per share is above the previous call of $3.70"
xxnjr: Yes indeed. I bought some Panoro and, as luck had it, they drilled the first duster on Dussafu in years! :) I'm kind of hoping Trident/KOS will exercise their options on Sapphire Driller assuming some early infill drilling success and continuing OP strength. hTTp://
fraserdean: Hi Yes I had a look at PE and it seems a good oil price bet. I've still got cash in here and Africa Oil Corp. I think this is still undervalued but have to admit to concerns over GoM strategy. A bet on BW Energy themselves might be worth it before the Hibiscus drilling takes place next quarter, depending on view of oil price recovery... It all feels like gambling at the moment.
xxnjr: As you probably know Tullow has sold EG (Ceiba + Okume Prod License) to Panoro Energy. The transaction also included 10% of Dassufu Gabon increasing PE's interest there from 7.5% to 17.5% . The latter seems like an interesting block; existing recent prod'n from phases 1&2, another very near term development about to get underway, plus a step out appraisal well on Hibiscus that operator BW Energy thinks could be 3X bigger than previously thought (= c.150mmbo resource for Hib; well in q2). Have bought a few of PE for (hopefully) production growth/reserves growth/ expl'n upside/ further acquisitions possible. Haven't a clue if it is cheap or expensive but both BWE(op) and PE appear pretty grounded and seem to know what they are doing. The KOS rig for EG, Vantage Sapphire is currently working for New Age in Congo but should become available Q2 for program of 2 wells + 5 optn's.
fraserdean: I'm in too, had a sneaky trade the other day. Think they'll still be hoping a buyer emerges while they carry on with Phase 1 but we'll see... Wish they'd given a bit more detail on EG plans for next year. That debt to get to Phase 1 production is a big burden but I guess that's why the price is where it is, little bit of a gamble perhaps. Given up on Tullow, hopefully get an idea of jubilee southeast next week but apparently they had some more problems last month with a dropped line. Are they up to the job? Might see Heavey back there via Boru but is that better?
xxnjr: Spreads and liquidity are more favourable on NYSE at the moment. Maybe better off buying them on NYSE via your UK broker. Forgotten the precise form name, but one has to complete a W8BENS (or some such form) to facilitate US trades. UK brokers should have the correct form available to download. Edit: Some info from HL here hTTps://
fraserdean: Kosmos Energy Ltd (KOS) USD0.01 (DI) (View Factsheet) Sell: 65.00p | Buy: 160.80p | up5.00p (5.88%) | Ex-dividend Lol
xxnjr: ...just been down to Tesco's. Have started hoarding some basic food items. Cans of chickpeas are good. May have to live off hummus! Also bought some KOS this am. The sell off in KOS looked a bit overdone on NYSE last night. But who knows. The LNG sale seems to be dragging on, and in the current climate may take a while yet. "we've decided to retain a greater interest in the Tortue project. We still have more gas resource than a company of our size can develop and we're focusing on monetizing either a smaller portion of Tortue or a larger portion of the remainder of our Mauritania Senegal portfolio, to fund the increased interest in Tortue with a goal to deliver a self-funded long-term source of cash flow to the company." The maths goes something like this. KOS have approx 30% of 3 future hubs that have potential to produce a combined 30 to 35 mtpa of LNG. Or about 10 mtpa net to KOS current position. Aiming to sell down half of that, but in a soft market their 5 mtpa retained may be front loaded, or mainly Tortue ph 1/2/3, with the farm down of the other 2 hubs hopefully funding Tortue. At least thats the spiel from Andy! Hopefully BP can deliver Tortue Ph 1 with a competitive spend per mtpa built. MOZ and Qatar are very competitive with that metric and you'd have to say better positioned geographically to supply Asia. Having said that, I'm impressed T Ph 1 leapfrogged MOZ to FID. Maybe FLNG is easier to sanction, as less on shore land issues.
xxnjr: The 3rd Q4 GoM well 'Oldfield' MC 728 (KOS 100%) was notionally about 30mmbo. KOS also wanted adjoining MC 684 to N, bidding $2m in Lease Sale 252, but were outbid by Hess (100%) $10.1m, their highest single bid in that sale. Subsequently a swap was done with KOS giving up 60% of 728 for 40% of 684. Implying 684 holds about 45mmbo (all else being equal). Well permit shows 'Oldfield' being drilled right on boundary between the two blocks, reinforcing comments on last call that this is potentially one prospect straddling 2 blocks. Should be interesting! KOS have 8503 for 6 wells (Sep 2019 to Apr 2020) + 1 x 140 day extension.
fraserdean: Maybe not at the current oil price, surely kos share price can't go much lower, but then i had some shares in afren :) got to be an ok two year investment though
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