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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
  -1.50 -4.9% 29.10 29.20 29.90 29.80 29.00 29.10 827,615 10:18:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.7 16.7 10.5 2.8 146

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16/8/2020
19:55
Hull was banished into Humberside 50 years ago but still tries to pretend it's in Yorkshire.
spangle93
16/8/2020
19:17
There is a new updated notification lessee map available on the Alaska Dept of Oil & Gas website: HTTP://dog.dnr.alaska.gov/Document/34C4821A61EC42E9825EE53F887F1600/08-01-2020_NorthSlopeNotificationLesseeMap? Below are the big oil companies presently on the North Slope who presumably could be potential partners with the ability to punt $50+min and subsequently invest billion+ capex: - Hilcorp - ConocoPhillips - ExxonMobil - Shell - Oil Search - ENI How would folks rank these in terms of partner preference? I have purposely not included Premier in the above list. Next step is to put a list together of other NOCs who presently aren’t on the N.Slope but who we think could have reasons to be interested.
darcon
16/8/2020
17:39
PANR reported successfully flow testing a 6 ft part of the estimated 240 ft net pay of the Alkaid Brookian interval in March 2019, at 80 - 100 BOPD and it was officially declared an oil discovery. Any estimates for how much the flow could be increased from a horizontal drill, more stimulation and larger interval perforation? Greatly derisks things going forward.
tewkesbury
16/8/2020
17:33
I have been to Hull its always a place to panic! Especially on a Friday night in Prinny Avenue!
davidblack
16/8/2020
16:55
Oh no David, the Hull Moving Average over 9 days is my favourite indicator and I only do daily charts - time to bail out :-(
the priest
16/8/2020
12:20
It takes time to acquire a partner who is signing up for a $50m initial spend and a commitment that if this is a success that they are likely looking at a further $1bn—$3bn in capex over the next few years. Folks like Premier without a balance sheet are two a penny but someone who has Financial Credibility are a little more through when doing these sorts of JVs. Sadly it’s just a waiting process. But while we are waiting this might amuse HTTPS://uk.tradingview.com/symbols/LSE-PANR/technicals/
davidblack
14/8/2020
22:54
PANR recently created a twitter account: hTTps://twitter.com/PantheonResour1 Must be in anticipation of something significant, as they havn't tweeted yet.
tell sid
14/8/2020
22:48
Could be Hilcorp Alaska, the largest private operator in Alaska, who recently bought BP's Alaskan interests for $5.6 billion. hTTps://www.adn.com/business-economy/energy/2020/07/01/hilcorp-takes-over-bps-north-slope-oil-production-as-56-billion-deal-advances/
tell sid
14/8/2020
19:51
BP ruled themselves out.
gorgeousgeorge01
14/8/2020
17:32
ConocoPhillips and BP visited Panr's data room and among possible suitors or bidders? Just my thoughts.
tewkesbury
14/8/2020
17:29
There is something wrong if they can't secure a domestic partner. The break-even isn't much higher than Ghawar. I guess it's all about the terms which are acceptable to both parties.
ride daice
14/8/2020
16:51
Thanks for that Spangle - my guess would have been an Indian company
rivin
14/8/2020
16:36
rvsy2 Spangle - this is the first time I have seen mention of Equinor. Have I missed something ? Nope, I'm not starting any rumours. It was really in response to scot126's musings about NOC's and scale, which I'd largely agree with. The flip side is that USA would get a bit twitchy if some NOC's tried to enter. I remember one Chinese company being disallowed from completing a pretty major takeover they'd agreed - I think it was CNOOC and Unocal? Given current relations, I don't think any other Chinese approaches would fare much better. Would Middle Eastern entities like Kufpec or Taqa be similarly discouraged? Japan seems largely to favour gas, especially LNG. PTTEP stated they are looking at overseas, likewise Petronas? In other words the question came from thinking around which other NOC's would be interested? According to Equinor's website "We are the 5th largest producer of oil & gas in the US Gulf of Mexico and our US onshore operations are Equinor’s largest international production outside Norway". So there's no problem about them already being in country, albeit in the lower 48. It's just that with the Norwegian government holding 67% of the company, I don't know if PANR/scot would class it as an NOC or a large IOC. The same "what actually defined an NOC?" issue/question would be true for OMV, and Total for that matter, though the latter are involved primarily in downstream LNG in USA?
spangle93
14/8/2020
15:40
Sirmark I think your purchase will be handsomely rewarded.
tewkesbury
14/8/2020
15:34
I am now a very infrequent poster on this thread as for months there has been little to discuss while we wait for the next update. However I noted a few interesting comments from respected posters today. Spangle - this is the first time I have seen mention of Equinor. Have I missed something ? scot - I totally agree with your comment that there is no logical reason to delay news until September marto1000 - you are very positive in your statement that we will be drilling in Jan/Feb - where will that be Alkaid or Kuparak ?
rvsy2
14/8/2020
15:29
Real transformational blue sky potential here.
tewkesbury
14/8/2020
15:25
With the promise of such assets in Alaska, Pantheon's partnership with Great Bear appears to have been a master stroke, akin to a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat.I can see the magician and I can see his wand, white gloves and black hat. I am now waiting to see the rabbit!
merie
14/8/2020
15:22
Took the plunge and added a few more again. Great investment opportunity is only going to go up from here as the resources increase and good news flows.
tewkesbury
14/8/2020
15:20
Last orders please
senttothegallows
14/8/2020
15:17
It's the most I've paid for years
sirmark
14/8/2020
15:16
Just bought another 4k Hold 50ks worth now bring on the news :)
sirmark
14/8/2020
14:14
News next week?
tell sid
14/8/2020
13:18
Tuesday or Wednesday, with Thursday at a push. Monday is for big companies who will get all the newspaper headlines. And Friday is for dull at best and possibly bad news. That was the traditional game plan. Plus Friday releases might interfere with a decent lunch and an early train home.
davidblack
14/8/2020
13:00
Either of which would be nice.
tell sid
14/8/2020
12:39
scot126 - good post. In your experience are there any preferences among Nomads, brokers and analysts as to which day of the week they would generally prefer material news to be released?
darcon
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