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
  0.80 5.1% 16.50 15.48 15.82 15.58 15.10 15.10 260,340 16:45:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.0 -8.8 -3.7 - 83

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17/10/2019
09:25
Of course! Halliburton don’t know what they’re doing. But Jay does. How silly of me. All makes sense now....not
polar bear1
17/10/2019
09:01
More than that on a 50% JV still they retain sufficient control.
davidblack
17/10/2019
08:58
Today's news is effectively a 25% increase in the valuation of Pantheon wake up people.
senttothegallows
17/10/2019
08:37
Fantastic news, well done to PANR.Sets things up nicely.Sp looks a bargain at these levels, imo.
astralvision
17/10/2019
08:32
I suspect those buying down here won't be disappointed when the farmout arrives. Today's deal gives them a lot of scope.
senttothegallows
17/10/2019
08:25
"Agree with the sentiment Digby but I don’t believe production in 2020 is reliant on drilling this winter. I believe Alkaid/Phecda can be drilled from the roadside after the winter drilling season and still be brought into production in 2020. Location, location, location as Pantheon would say." That is also my understanding. The Haliburton agreement is good news an increased interest for us - let's see the extent to which we are diminished by any farm-out. Today's news could make all the difference to shareholders, at least as far as Alkaid/Phecda is concerned. There is some good decision making going on. Thank you Jay!
gorgeousgeorge01
17/10/2019
08:25
Errr. Halliburton laid off quite a lot of workers last week due to the crisis brewing in the shale sector. They have indeed got financial worries. They are contract drillers, not really explorers and developers. It always looked like a rather anomalous holding to me. Do they really want to be on the hook for a massive field development or stick to their area of expertise? Anyway, I agree with the company that negotiating the farm-out suddenly got a whole lot easier now they have more control of the process. I don't imagine that Pantheon shares are going very far unless and until they get the farm-out. Then, as long as the terms are halfway decent (and I'm expecting them to be much better than that) they could well run a long way.
hiddendepths
17/10/2019
07:57
Been waiting years myself...hence the reason for wanting a single malt - a large one :-)
barbie60
17/10/2019
07:56
Loving the negative spin boys 1.2bboe for £100m looks insanely cheap too me.
senttothegallows
17/10/2019
07:53
good question dan................ and before one of the experts answers that Haliburton have a cash flow problem so didn't want to spend $5 million on the 25% I'll reply, get real!
bit coin
17/10/2019
07:53
Bit strange that the share price is not reacting though :-/
soulsauce
17/10/2019
07:53
Davidblack, rubbish..
nametrade
17/10/2019
07:50
Halliburton had massive conflicts of interest as a part owner of the Pantheon acreage and also as one of the principal drilling suppliers on the North Slope. Back before companies started to discover hundreds of millions of barrels of oil Alaska was a nice little backwater but it’s not that any more. The issue is would you let your suppliers treat you as a lab only to take that knowledge back to Alkaid and use it there? The Pantheon GB deal re-awoke that conflict of interest once they started to test at Alkaid. Today’s deal gets Halliburton off the hook. The interesting question is what was the price? Probably Halliburton will now get the drill contracts for the next decade?
davidblack
17/10/2019
07:49
Not only that...but they are giving it up for no money....
nametrade
17/10/2019
07:44
What I don`t understand is if this area has such huge potential, why are Haliburton giving up their share of it?
dan de lion
17/10/2019
07:41
Yeah. Hence why the share price is 17p. Market isn’t stupid. Just existing shareholders. Remember the placing at 115p! Jeez.
polar bear1
17/10/2019
07:35
Psssst! It's already very, very good and getting better with each RNS! It's a secret! No-one knows. Don't pass it on! Don't tell anyone!
hiddendepths
17/10/2019
07:29
Good news to me. I don't care which area makes money (hopefully both) just so long as it happens sooner rather than later.
barbie60
17/10/2019
07:24
And running out of money again
polar bear1
17/10/2019
07:22
Doesn't sound like farmout is anytime soon by the last section of RNS..
nametrade
17/10/2019
07:14
As a long term shareholder I do like the methodical way they are going about things they are slowly but surely ticking off the to do list. Today's news is huge as to what it means to our underlying NAV and is probably worth more than the current market cap on it's own. It will be good to see Texas as 100% ownership next Followed by farmout on Alaska Then drilling at both locations. Keep adding these prices won't be around too much longer GLA
btgman
17/10/2019
07:13
Good for you. I’m not sure many other shareholders did.
polar bear1
17/10/2019
07:06
F Texas....I've invested for Alaska...end of.
gozo
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