Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ophir Energy LSE:OPHR London Ordinary Share GB00B24CT194 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25p -1.67% 73.75p 73.50p 74.00p 74.75p 72.25p 73.00p 543,033 16:29:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 86.8 -40.6 -8.9 - 520.83

Ophir Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2017
13:13
Yup. Not sure what the fuss is about.
nigelpm
08/8/2017
13:11
Old news, they said they'd make a further announcement, and this is it?
zcaprd7
07/8/2017
20:44
Making the COO redundant, what on earth is that all about, cheaper than sacking? A well run business? You cannot be serious, maybe for the management, not the shareholders! I've dropped a £100K here since SMDR, getting out now, was hoping this would come good but don't think so now. IMHO.
richardbroughton
19/7/2017
12:48
Back to the lows. Should have sold at £1...
zcaprd7
13/7/2017
09:15
The point is what has gone has gone - it's history - as a private investor we need to look to what happens next. It's a tough game. I've made some mistakes - I'm sure we all have - What I do see however is a well run business which has been battered by macro factors -i.e. the price oil and LNG - very similar to Soco actually - which I know Ed also dislikes. It has little/no debt and will reap any rewards that come with an increasing commodity price. Meanwhile trash like PMO and TLW rise on oil discovery's that are to be quite honest irrelevant when they are sitting on $bn's of debt. The bondholders will win there.
nigelpm
13/7/2017
07:12
Don't think that was the point but nevermind.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
23:01
To be comforted if an investment only loses 80% of its value instead of the full 100% lost by some others, I think misses the point. Isn't the idea of equity investing to make capital gains?
ed 123
12/7/2017
22:04
Time moves on. Crikey. Plenty have gone bust since then.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
09:10
I'm not especially bullish on Fortuna FWIW - but I do get the investment logic - it makes sense.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
08:35
Nigel.....yes i know. I do not touch Oil companies with high debt levels which is why i,m only currently in SQZ ,TRIN and OPHR. The likes of ENQ,TLW and PMO i avoid and am prepared to miss the gains that highly geared players make if oil recovers strongly..........
pineapple1
12/7/2017
08:32
Nigel.....milk and honey may be an exageration on my part but you certainly seem bullish on the Fortuna FLNG project which is of course your opinion.
pineapple1
12/7/2017
08:27
PMO looks like a basket case to me - have you seen the debt position? My word - that's finished if oil prices don't return as you believe.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
08:26
Where did I say "heading to the land of milk and honey"? I'm as concerned as you are but have more confidence in future oil and gas prices. If I didn't I wouldn't have any investments in the sector.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
08:21
Ed.....This project, the expenditure so far and the investment required /potential returns looks poor value for share holders to me. I,ve been consistent on this for some time whereas Nigel seems to believe we are heading to the proverbial land of milk and honey. imho PMO investors must be pleased this morning.....
pineapple1
12/7/2017
08:16
The important part (ie. for Ophir's future) concerns Fortuna. The critical part of that is the offtake agreements. What prices will be agreed? The LNG offtake prices will determine the closing out (and final cost) of the debt facility. Then, when those are announced it will be possible for holders to calculate a ball park of the return they might get. Remember, equity holders are last in line. With big borrowings, it will be a geared play. There's also significant execution risk. For (would be) holders, it's a question of, "How lucky to you feel?"
ed 123
12/7/2017
08:15
Lets see if it holds. I,m glad some here still think this good value.I,ve sold some into the rise, I'll keep the remainder as i'm always open to surprise recoveries although not to hopeful in this case.....
pineapple1
12/7/2017
08:08
Hope someone made some money out of hammering it down to 69p anyway!
nigelpm
12/7/2017
08:06
Yes, certainly didn't the deserve the drops over the last few days though...
zcaprd7
12/7/2017
08:01
What so you thought i was implying they were spending it on hookers and blow.. Gas prices will remain low for an eternity........
pineapple1
12/7/2017
07:57
Well your post didn't show much understanding of that point I must be honest.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
07:56
The fundamental problem right now is Oil and LNG prices are rock bottom - the timing might actually work here if the oil price recovers.
nigelpm
12/7/2017
07:56
I know that......... Spending money on a project thats marginal at best is not a good idea in my book. imho
pineapple1
12/7/2017
07:55
That's capex pineapple - the idea being you spend to develop assets that provide cash flow in future. In a nutshell that's how E&P works.
nigelpm
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