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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon Resources Plc LSE:PANR London Ordinary Share GB00B125SX82 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.45 -8.45% 26.55 26.60 26.90 29.95 25.70 29.95 7,096,543 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -21.7 -3.4 - 153

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13/10/2020
07:33
Storming release, one slight niggle "If we can complete a farmout in time to drill this winter". Hopefully this is because the companies being negotiated with are all improving their offers considerably. Or just being suitably cautious and managing expectations.
gosoftly7
13/10/2020
07:32
'CRACKED' THE CODE'It finally looks like JC has done itHappy days
catchingmice
13/10/2020
07:28
Nice well done here.
tidy 2
13/10/2020
07:24
'WOW' Amazing RNS Looks like my wait in here has finally paid off after years of frustration
catchingmice
13/10/2020
07:20
Webinar - fantastic, we're set to meet (virtually) one of the eSeis principals, one of the guys who discovered the Alpine oil field (currently the 3rd largest oil field in Alaska, soon to be the 4th largest?!) and the guy who *requested* a $2.7m professional fee be paid in PANR equity rather than cash. Cannot wait to hear what he has to say. GLA
scot126
13/10/2020
07:19
Good God!!!
camelot5
13/10/2020
07:12
OIL STRIKE! The Company has now completed its analysis of the Kuparuk, the deepest of these three horizons, and estimates this horizon (on a 100% basis) to contain 1.4 billion barrels of oil in place (OIP) and a Prospective Resource (Recoverable) of 341 million barrels of oil (MMBO) as a most likely case. The Company has modelled an illustrative development plan(1) for this zone with 62 producing wells, exploiting 247 MMBO of this resource, and using the WTI current forward price curve, yields a potential NPV10 of over US$1.48 billion, with NPV per barrel of $6.00 and an Internal Rate of Return of 55%.
gorgeousgeorge01
13/10/2020
07:11
This is a wonderful update, and more updates to come! The story here just gets better and better.Now all we need is a farm-in partner and we are looking at an share price going into the stratosphere.
soggy
13/10/2020
07:11
LolAwesome
herschel k
13/10/2020
07:09
One well.........over a billion barrels recoverable potential....... ........ Jay Cheatham, CEO,commented: "If we can complete a farmout in time to drill this winter, Talitha has the potential, if successful, to be the most impactful well of my 50 year career. Having run Arco's international business and also its upstream Gulf of Mexico area business, you dream about these opportunities. It has taken over a decade of work to delineate and advance this opportunity to "drill ready" status. This appraisal well will test three separate and independent targets which collectively offer the potential for greater than a billion- barrels of recoverable oil. Each of these targets compare in size to large deepwater offshore projects around the world. In our case they are onshore USA. The Talitha location is adjacent to the major highway and Trans Alaska Pipeline network serving the North Slope, positioning us beautifully in the event of success for a development, even in a low oil price world. Despite our obvious excitement about Talitha, an appraisal well updip from discovered oil, nothing is without risk in this business and commercial success is never guaranteed before drilling."
pro_s2009
13/10/2020
07:08
I've seen enough. IMO there is now a clear pathway to the Talitha-A drill targeting "in excess of a billion barrels of recoverable oil", as Jay has stated twice during interviews in the last two weeks. I am delighted with the company's progress and very much look forward to the webinar. More to follow....
scot126
13/10/2020
07:06
Excellent !!!!!!! https://www.investegate.co.uk/pantheon-resources--panr-/rns/upgraded-management-resource-estimates---kuparuk/202010130700028531B/ .
pro_s2009
12/10/2020
20:19
Approval of the unitisation will be a massive step imho
senttothegallows
12/10/2020
19:30
Post of the week!
rideacockhorse
12/10/2020
18:49
How's you Ken??
chris0805
12/10/2020
17:20
sirmark - as per last RNS: "The comment period ends 12 October for Alkaid and 19 October for Talitha." Interestingly the DNR recently partially approved Hilcorp's Seaview Unit application. In that case the time-line was: - application submission - July 31st - DNR deemed application complete on Sept 1, 2020 - Public notice was published on 2/3 Sept - Public comments period ended on 2 Oct (page 4 of DNR's decision provides brief details of a couple of public comments received) - DNR's decision was made on 7 Oct - DNR released decision on its website a little later. (see DNR's Seaview Unit decision: HTTPS://dog.dnr.alaska.gov/Document/FEBEB5180EF04131AFD1B635698B39AB/10-7-2020__Seaview_Unit_Formation_Application_-_2020_-_Partially_Approved?) So hopefully if the DNR does things as efficiently as they have for Hilcorp's Seaview Unit application and if we're lucky we could see a positive decision made by the DNR within the next week or fortnight. We'll see...
darcon
12/10/2020
16:47
US bank holiday today so any US buyers that Jay had been cultivating would have been very annoyed had a major release occurred. Anyway we have another four days this week!
davidblack
12/10/2020
16:37
Totally agree they pulled it down with buys outstripping sells about 10/1 trying to get people to sell.... triggering a few stops along the way but nowhere near enough stock for them. Personally felt our news would be this morning but we should celebrate that the public consultation period has finished or in a matter of hours would have concluded. So from today we can now add that to the list of catalysts coming to boost us even more. GL ALL
sirmark
12/10/2020
15:25
Interesting final hour or so, it does feel like something big is on the way IMHO
senttothegallows
12/10/2020
13:43
Spangle - they tend to hold them for a surprisingly long time, presumably on the grounds that they think the shares are good value anyway. On one occasion decades ago when working for Warburgs, we were acting for one oil company which built a 4.99% stake (the maximum holding at that time not to trigger an RNS) and was considering a bid for a UK independent. Then we had to turn down TWO other oil companies who wanted us to act for them in the same way - conflict of interest! But our MM had a great deal of trouble getting the shares so he made hush hush calls to some of his MM buddies elsewhere and discovered that 6 other companies already had 4.99% stakes, none of the holdings being in the public domain. Such was the skill of the MMs that the share price had remained pretty flat through the stake-building and no-one had suspected a thing! The company, for anyone with a long memory, was Ultramar, which was a massive early player in Asian LNG markets supplied from a liquefaction plant at Bontang, fed by its Indonesian gas fields.
hiddendepths
12/10/2020
13:32
HD - so if one or more oil companies were behind the buying, and there wasn't a bid.... would the share price just get marched down again when they decide to unload their position back to the market?
spangle93
12/10/2020
12:12
FWIW My money's on several large buyers being active. They could be institutional but I suspect there may well be a couple or more oil companies building a stake as a potential springboard for a bid. That happens quite a lot in this sector and it usually does NOT mean that there will be a bid. As for the institutions, they're most likely US-based.
hiddendepths
12/10/2020
12:07
Yost closed that short pre-Alaska if I recall correctly. A blast from the past. I can't remember it is so long ago.
gorgeousgeorge01
12/10/2020
11:39
The short of about 2% from 4 years ago when there were about 200,000,000 shares on issue?! I think a couple of days volume would sort that out, let alone being stuck at c.15p for a couple of years and they would have bought back bits as it dropped. I'm no expert to the intricacies, but doesn't seem particularly relevant now when you could see the short %'s dropping as it approached 0.5%
denzil1234
12/10/2020
11:24
I know I've asked this question before but being of a cynical nature I'm not sure I believe the answer, but remember the mob that had the whopping short when we were up at the £1.65 level? When I last asked and we were down in the 10-20p range, that short had miraculously disappeared. I wondered at the time how they had bought back all those shares while keeping the price down. Is there anyway that short could be 'moved' somewhere so that it existed but disappeared from the books? If so is it possible that the big buyer is that short closing? If this is a daft concept, can anyone tell me how they did close that short without (as far as I could tell) affecting the price at all. Is it possible that between us long-term believers we might have mopped them all up?
jungle jim
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