Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ophir Energy Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 57.50 57.40 57.50 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 233.9 -564.4 -86.6 - 407

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/1/2019
10:54
What gives the impression it will be 48p plus divi?
dekle
28/1/2019
10:45
Clearly don't have 50% of IIs in cahoots with derisory offer price almost 40% BELOW WHAT OPHIR'S OWN M&A ADVISOR & BROKER MORGAN STANLEY HAD AS TARGET PRICE FOR OPHIR AT END DECEMBER (90p) WHY THE HECK IS THE BOARD BEING SO ACCOMMODATING TO MEDCO??? WHY DID IT ASK FOR AN EXTENSION OF OFFER TIMELINE?? WHY ALSO WAS THIS GRANTED BY THE USELESS REGULATORS THAT DON'T EVER HAVE PRIVATE INVESTORS CONCERN AT THE FORE ONLY MUTUAL BACK SCRATCHING BIG BUSINESS??? IF MEDCO WAS SERIOUS THEY COULD HAVE BEEN FORCED TO OFFER 55P PRIOR TO DEADLINE? AND IF IIs NOT IN LINE WOULD HAVE HAD TO WITHDRAW OR ANTE UP - IT SEEMS ALAN BOOTH HAS A SIDE AGREEMENT IN PLACE AS HE IS BEING SO VERY ACCOMODATING!!!! THAT NO NEW CEO WAS ANNOUNCED IN ALL THIS TIME & THAT PRODUCTION GUIDELINE FOR 2019 WAS SET 17% BELOW 2018 GIVES ME A STRONG INKLING THAT THE FIX IS IN.......
ashkv
28/1/2019
10:37
Unfortunately it's down to the major shareholders. At this price, I would rather the offer is rejected and we continue as is.
arteespresso
28/1/2019
10:35
Write to the muppets at Ophir Management alan.booth@ophir-energy.com tony.rouse@ophir-energy.com oliver.quinn@ophir-energy.com
ashkv
28/1/2019
10:34
Letter to Ophir What is the urgency to sell Ophir for a clearly derisory slightly revised bid of 55p? Just as Oil Price/Energy environment is set to recover & Medco have not built any stake / have no leverage..... I think mid to long term holders expect more from a board & management that let Nick Cooper almost bankrupt & destroy the firm on expensive long shot drills & poor strategy execution instead of holding him accountable. There is a whiff of conspiracy about the Medco transaction - the long winded nature of the approach from October & the sudden rush to close it, the move to "Asia" & the update that this undertaking is majorly completed, the rapid clarification from Equatorial Guinea that Fortuna will not be renewed, no real effort to install a new CEO - A SIGNIFICANT SIGNAL, downplaying of 2019 production guidance to a level approx 17% below actual 2018 pro-forma production near 30k bpd (as pointed out by Petrus) - it appears the FAILED BOARD OF OPHIR WHICH HAD ALAN BOOTH AS A MEMBER WISHES TO WASH ITS HANDS OF OPHIR RATHER THAN REMEDY THE SITUATION. DEEPLY DISAPPOINTING & ALAN BOOTH WILL BE HELD TO ACCOUNT BY PIs... [HOPEFULLY ALSO THE BRITISH PRESS WHOM I HAVE COPIED TO THIS COMMUNICATION].
ashkv
28/1/2019
10:24
The bar has been set, a few days to get any rival offer in. Could be interesting next few days!!
arteespresso
28/1/2019
10:24
Well, one has to ask why the need to extend? Is it that they need to convince some major institutional investors to agree?
arteespresso
28/1/2019
10:22
5p going free?...Or maybe more!
rayrac
28/1/2019
10:21
What chance of a rival offer?
trewinney
28/1/2019
09:49
Ok, thanks, makes sense
arteespresso
28/1/2019
09:48
No. It's a normal caveat to prevent offer targets withdrawing cash after the price is agreed.
puffintickler
28/1/2019
09:47
You've had lots of sources, from 70p to 60p and now 55p:-)
arteespresso
28/1/2019
09:45
55p accepted according to sources Easy 10% here
ammu12
28/1/2019
09:43
Does this paragraph imply it may be for certain assets rather than the whole of Ophir???'Medco has reserved the right to reduce this possible offer price by the amount of any dividend (or other distribution) which is subsequently paid or becomes payable by Ophir to its shareholders.'
arteespresso
28/1/2019
09:36
Did I say 55p and a done deal?
general george
28/1/2019
09:33
Even 55p is a low ball offer.Can't see the big gums acceptinng that.Should be 70p minimum
sunnybeachboy
28/1/2019
09:30
So 55p perhaps, deadline extended until 31st - Atleast they are still talking and improved terms, will the IIs bite at that price? I see there's also a proviso for a reduced offer incase the BOD spin off their Mexican or Tanzanian assets, suggests they are also in talks with another party about them.
prefab
28/1/2019
09:29
What a silly low ball offer. The share price would have recovered to 60p plus this year on its natural course
spacedust
28/1/2019
09:26
Discussions on 55p agreed bid
thedudie
28/1/2019
09:00
I don't think the market knows for certain either way but if Medco were adamant about 48.5p being their top offer then they've just subsequently wasted a couple of weeks of everyones time. The slump into the 30s wasn't some arch ploy by Medco but seems to have been a result of Capital Group ditching their 10%, Medco merely took advantage of the weakness. As it stands they have no leverage by way of stock but the BOD are under notice from the IIs now to start delivering value should a formal bid not materialise from Medco.
prefab
28/1/2019
08:19
Some will be over the moon with 55p. The share price is near 50p already. You chaps need to get out more.
spacedust
28/1/2019
08:08
Medco up 9% on IDX - usually that means no bid - however they are getting OPHR for a song so who knows.
nigelpm
28/1/2019
08:01
May see 50's soon
ammu12
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