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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
  0.40 1.99% 20.55 20.30 20.80 20.80 19.55 19.55 1,474,711 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.7 16.7 10.5 1.9 103

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/8/2020
21:59
Yes. I had another nibble this morning. Every little helps.
gorgeousgeorge01
04/8/2020
20:51
Anyone else have the feeling this is about to fly?
senttothegallows
04/8/2020
17:32
Good point michaelsadvfn. The lumps of stock could be MMs selling what they picked up yesterday.
hiddendepths
04/8/2020
15:49
There were enough sells yesterday to supply most of today’s demand, pretty much gone now mind...
michaelsadvfn
04/8/2020
15:33
I suspect it's the same big buyer. But they're getting stock in big packets so I suspect there's a hefty seller out there too. Curious!
hiddendepths
04/8/2020
12:52
I know one day very soon I'm going to look in and see this 200/300% up on a day :)
sirmark
04/8/2020
12:52
4 weeks have passed since the last webinar where BR suggested we’d get an update ‘in about a month’.... bring it on.
michaelsadvfn
04/8/2020
12:37
Looking like news is vv close to me and people are loading up ! !
segaris
04/8/2020
12:35
If it's multiple buyers it will certainly be interesting. It is easy to sell Panr not always easy to buy in volume AIMHO GLA BTG
btgman
04/8/2020
12:29
Lot of buys coming in there, is that all one buyer, I wonder?
astralvision
04/8/2020
12:11
FWIW I think this is sat at a great price having consolidated clearing out the traders over the last 2 weeks. I suspect any buying now will see this rise quickly. Aside form the above I have a view that this is massively undervalued on asset value basis ignoring farm out and the sheer excitement of drilling Talitha. AIMHO GLA BTG
btgman
03/8/2020
11:17
Wrong thread!
chris0805
03/8/2020
07:33
Intriguing piece of detective work, Darcon. It would be nice to think that ducks were being lined in the background ready for an RNS imminently.
soggy
03/8/2020
04:57
Otto Energy issued their quarterly activities report for the period ending 30 June 2020. Intriguingly they no longer mention in their report the expected commitment of $2.6mln per Alaskan well that they had previously mentioned on 14th April 2020 in their March quarterly activities report while they mention a drawdown of $3mln under their debt facility in the cash from financing activities. It’s not clear from their report what exactly the $3mln drawdown was made for, but because of their deletion of the $2.6mln figure (presumably the figure is no longer accurate but would updating the amount trigger a requirement to explain so easier to just delete it?) my suspicion is that it may have something to do with a potential Talitha drill. Below are the relevant excerpts from the 30 June quarterly: “ Through its agreements with Great Bear Petroleum Operating ("Great Bear") in 2015, Otto has between an 8% and 10.8% working interest in the leases held by Pantheon Resources plc (AIM:PANR) on the Alaskan North Slope (“Central Blocks”). The leases are in a major play fairway south of the Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk giant oil fields. Extensive, modern 3D seismic coverage, existing well control and proximity to the all-weather Dalton Highway and Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System (TAPS) means the acreage is well positioned for exploration. The existing 3D seismic has allowed development of an extensive prospect portfolio which includes at least 4 well locations. Otto had no activity in this area during the quarter ended 30 June 2020.“ AND “ Cash flows from financing activities provided approximately US$8.1 million in cash for the June quarter, compared to using US$1.5 million during the quarter ending 31 March 2020. Included in the June quarter was US$7.9 million in proceeds from the capital raise, US$3.0 million in new borrowings and US$2.3 million in repayment of borrowings. Included in the prior quarter was US$2.0 million in repayment of borrowings.“ Source: HTTPS://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20200731/pdf/44l2v9wdkn7vkg.pdf And below is the excerpt from OEL’s announcement of 14th April 2020 in which they mention the $2.6mln: “ Through its agreements with Great Bear Petroleum Operating ("Great Bear") in 2015, Otto has between an 8% and 10.8% working interest in 54 leases (covering 154,295 gross acres) held by Pantheon Resources plc (AIM:PANR) on the Alaskan North Slope (“Central Blocks”). The leases are in a major play fairway south of the Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk giant oil fields. Extensive, modern 3D seismic coverage, existing well control and proximity to the all-weather Dalton Highway and Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System (TAPS) means the acreage is well positioned for exploration. The existing 3D seismic has allowed development of an extensive prospect portfolio which includes at least 4 well locations. Otto’s exposure on the first two wells is limited to US$2.6m/well. Otto had no activity in this area during the March Quarter 2020.“ Source: HTTP://www.ottoenergy.com/site/PDF/82c5adbe-7707-486b-b5a0-83eaba613b97/QuarterlyActivitiesandCashflowReport We know that PANR relinquished some of their Central North Slope leases and the Theta lease was terminated and so the acreage shared with Otto has reduced. Otto also deleted the mention of the Talitha-related acreage position in their June quarterly compared to their March quarterly. Otto do however mention the relinquishment of the Western Winx related leases. So it looks again like they’re trying not to draw attention to their Talitha acreage.
darcon
02/8/2020
13:56
SteveD - your crystal ball must have been on overdrive to generate that prediction. ;)
sporazene2
02/8/2020
12:16
‘it’s all smoke and mirrors here...’ Yet you still bought the shares. Who’s the idiot then?
michaelsadvfn
02/8/2020
12:01
Maybe so but I've been invested here for many years and so these irrelevancies are of no interest. What matters to me are the fundamentals of the business. PANR is as good a risk/reward opportunity as you will find. In a couple of years time we'll either be very well rewarded or hugely disappointed or something in-between. The fact that institutional investors or traders are getting a penny or so off the prevailing price here and there is something of a non event to me at least.
steved
01/8/2020
23:59
Agreed HD. It is standard operating procedure to loosen up stock to fill buy orders........spike it up and then drop it down. Most PI's are brainwashed........they mostly sell falling prices. So if you want to make them sell, rise the price up and then drop it down. Knock out the trailing stop losses and get the sellers momentum going and you end up with plenty of stock available for your buy orders.
pro_s2009
01/8/2020
22:25
rsvy - fwiw I was a broker for many years and spoke to large institutions on a daily basis.
hiddendepths
01/8/2020
21:58
hd - let's wait and see who is right when the deal is done !
rvsy2
01/8/2020
19:44
rvsy - that's completely mistaken! The big institutional buyers begrudge every penny extra they have to pay! In this case, however, once you've cleaned the market out, it gets really hard to get decent chunks of stock once the MMs realise there's a big, ongoing buyer around. Sellers also tend to hold back, hoping for higher prices down the line. And what is worse, momentum buyers and traders climb in, further absorbing any available stock. It is much more effective as a large buyer to buy up to a certain point, then just stop, giving everyone the impression the buy order is finished. Then the traders leave, the momentum boys move on and the sellers decide that's about as much as they're going to get and quite quickly there's a lot of stock around and prices fall a goodly chunk. At that point the buyer can clear out the market again, sweeping up more stock and at lower prices than would have been the case without the stop. It's an old trick but a good one and it still works!
hiddendepths
01/8/2020
14:03
rvsy2, ..... or, perhaps more likely, "Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves"!
sparki2
01/8/2020
12:02
hd I think if your interpretation of the trading is correct, the buyer is a trader looking to turn a few pence profit and as such doesn't reflect the serious long term interest we need. Any serious buyer looking for a large multiple of todays price isn't worried about saving a penny of two on his purchase price.
rvsy2
01/8/2020
10:21
Our buyer has been clever - pausing to allow a few sellers to push the shares down, followed by those locking in a profit due to fear of a complete retrace. And then clearing out the loose stock in the market. I do admire such finesse in dealing!
hiddendepths
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