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
  0.08 0.53% 15.14 15.08 15.20 15.32 15.00 15.32 587,204 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.0 -8.8 -3.7 - 76

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17/10/2019
06:17
Dear All - fantastic news about the Halliburton ownership issue being put to bed, and in PANR's favour IMHO. Another loose end being tidied up prior to a transformational farm out deal? That"s my reading of the steady progress in Alaska since the successful flow test of Alkaid in April. Well done to the PANR team in securing this agreement with Halliburton, an agreement I strongly suspect had to be handled sensitively, diplomatically and confidentially. Excellent result all round. Bring on the next piece of news! GLA
scot126
17/10/2019
06:14
Production in 2020. Requires drilling in the 2019/2020 drilling season (iced in Alaska time). Whether or not drill bit hits ground before or after new year just semantics surely.
officerdigby
17/10/2019
06:07
Good update and thank you Jay for your honesty in advising that drilling could be in 2020 and not 2019/2020 as you have stated in the past! "with the possibility of year round activity and targeted first production as early as 2020."
bit coin
17/10/2019
06:07
Good start to the day?? Roll on a good "Farm" deal....
chris0805
16/10/2019
15:42
July 2018 for clarity
rabito79
16/10/2019
15:42
Bitcoin, 88e opened there dataroom last July. I would be more worried about how long it took them rather than how quickly.
rabito79
16/10/2019
15:25
It does make one concerned when 88e pull off a JV in record time yet we who are purported to have the better acreage have been faffing around for months with nothing but a falling share price to moan about, Aye!
bit coin
16/10/2019
12:27
Not half. Safe to say we’ll be sodding about at this level until the JV is announced. I have no doubt it will happen but the suffering will continue until pen is put to paper.
michaelsadvfn
16/10/2019
09:44
Location is key next to this I would add scale this is a truly enormous play. Gla
btgman
15/10/2019
14:05
Yes, I asked BR that question about 88E’s per barrel NPV value (Premier mentioned USD4) being lower than PANR’s per barrel NPV in its presentation.
darcon
15/10/2019
13:48
At the September presentation. BR was asked to comment on the 88E acreage/farm in. He only made one "animated" comment - "Location". This was in the context that pretty much all the recent discoveries were in areas that required winter drilling and expensive infrastructure costs
dlm2602
15/10/2019
12:40
One of the ticks in the PANR column is the proximity to the DH. The first 88e/Prem drill is a $30M carry, the second potential drill is a more eastward drill for $15M & the difference is the cost of the ice road (and it also has its timing limitations)
yoghurt73
15/10/2019
12:30
From their presentation it’s 1,599m boe in the four appraisal zones. It would be very interesting to know if they are pencilling in higher recoveries than Pantheons 10-15%? HTTP://clients3.weblink.com.au/pdf/88E/02141921.pdf All very similar to the Talitha ground where Pantheon have 1.8b in two zones. Good luck to them on their February March drilling as if it comes good it’s going to improve the prospects of Talitha and it’s neighbouring acreage substantially.
davidblack
15/10/2019
11:54
So their war chest to invest back in Alaska grows?
davidblack
15/10/2019
07:25
88e reckon that they are targeting 1.8 billion barrels of oil with their new well due to be drilled in the new year, cost to be covered by Premier to the tune of 32 million.
dan de lion
14/10/2019
07:29
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chuffer2
13/10/2019
16:59
HTTP://dog.dnr.alaska.gov/Documents/Maps/ActivityMaps/NorthSlope/2019-10-07_Activity_Map_North_Slope__Web.pdf It appears that ADVFN needs their Hxxp or Hxxps to be changed to capitals HTTP or HTTPS. So year 2000!
davidblack
13/10/2019
14:19
Good link Dacron,good to see the activity it one easy to read map.Here is a clickable versionhttp://dog.dnr.alaska.gov/Documents/Maps/ActivityMaps/NorthSlope/2019-10-07_Activity_Map_North_Slope__Web.pdf
astralvision
13/10/2019
13:49
HTTP://dog.dnr.alaska.gov/Documents/Maps/ActivityMaps/NorthSlope/2019-10-07_Activity_Map_North_Slope__Web.pdf
darcon
11/10/2019
17:13
Thanks hd.Hear what you are saying.Personally I think that more could be done but that is without the benefit of your in depth knowledge.All us minions can do is if we see the price slipping away and we think a company may require funds then exiting or standing aside may be a sensible policy. Difficult if you've got a decent position and believe in the long term story.
astralvision
11/10/2019
16:07
They have tried AV and doubtless still do. But nearly every case they've gone for, and I imagine they're the strongest, the perpetrators get away with it and the regulators get a slap on the wrist! It's not hard to cover your tracks if you're a financial institution, especially as various funds are run independently. How can one demonstrate that Chinese walls have been broken? Here's a hypothetical but very realistic example as I actually observed something analogous in a takeover situation. Fund manager A, who knows there's a placing coming and has been made an insider, bumps into fund manager B, who doesn't, at the coffee machine and says "Got any Pantheon Resources?" "Yes, quite a few," says B. A pulls a face and walks away. Fund manager B heads for his desk and sells some PANR. A month or so later, B knows a little something and a similar dialogue ensues. End result: both are winners and good luck anyone trying to find evidence, let alone proof, of wrongdoing.
hiddendepths
11/10/2019
13:00
Cheers hd.I've no first had experience but just observing over many years then it's not too hard to see what goes on.The picture you paint is a depressing one and our regulators seem happy to allow this robbery and extortion to take place.
astralvision
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