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PANR Pantheon Resources Plc

30.30
0.30 (1.00%)
Last Updated: 08:16:01
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.30 1.00% 30.30 29.80 30.35 30.40 30.00 30.00 72,052 08:16:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Natural Gas Liquids 804k -1.45M -0.0016 -187.50 272.16M
Pantheon Resources Plc is listed in the Natural Gas Liquids sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PANR. The last closing price for Pantheon Resources was 30p. Over the last year, Pantheon Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 10.10p to 45.50p.

Pantheon Resources currently has 907,206,399 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Pantheon Resources is £272.16 million. Pantheon Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -187.50.

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16/4/2024
14:05
Cor blimey, guv!

The very useful Helpfull pointed out that Skidmark was lying when he said Pantheon has 4 Trillion cubic metres of gas this morning.

The figure is out by a factor of 35.

It should be 4Tcf. Which without a gas pipeline, is stranded.

Posters like Mike290 want to get rid of the lovely Helpfull.

He prefers the lies and misinformation to go uncorrected so he might recoup some of his Pantheon losses.

At your expense.

Be careful.

helpfull
16/4/2024
13:48
Newcomers to this thread,

It is impossible to believe anything from Helpfull.

Therefore, even if Helpful stated a reason for his or her sustained, relentlessly negative and deceitful activities against Pantheon, it would be impossible to believe it.

mike290
16/4/2024
11:35
Long term holder yes but the shorter the long term the better!
rafthorney
16/4/2024
10:30
If you are in for the long term for me it matters not what happens on a daily basis eyes on the prize in 12/24 months. Each to their own
mlf51
16/4/2024
10:29
Hey, cheers POS - it does make sense!

Could be a case of strap in tight in June as we fly past £1.

I know I get too excited at times.

attyg
16/4/2024
10:28
Talking of waiting news.
Are you short panr helpful??
What are you motives to trash panr?
Isn’t it about time you came clean?
Why are you out to destroy us genuine investors?
Is it for pleasure?Are you paid to do it.Are you short?
You refer to us as mug punters,well then help us?How can we listen to you when you will not show your credentials and allow us to decide if you are credible and worth listening to.
Be honest.It’s time.

content5827
16/4/2024
10:24
Hi AttyG - spot on and not too much conjecture by you there I feel, as the importance of the IERs was made clear in the 28th March RNS: “The full reports, expected shortly, are integral to financing discussions” 👍
probabilityofsuccess
16/4/2024
10:18
Cor blimey, guv!

Anyone woken up to news of funding yet?

Wasn't it supposed to be "substantive" news by the end of March 2024?

Possible vendor finance interest falling to one party.

Is that shrinkage substantive?

Pantheon might be putting its finance opportunities in the "gas pipeline" basket and thus relying on a Trump election victory in October.

Anyone know where Trump is at the moment?

Go Donald!

Be careful.

helpfull
16/4/2024
10:09
Thinking further.
For AGDC to get to FID on the pipeline, it would make sense that they obtain an IER on the availability, recoverability and economic sense for PANR to be able to supply the gas. Makes sense not to rely upon the supplier who has a conflict of interest – basic due diligence.
Perhaps that is why there is such urgency by PANR to get an IER on Ahpun?
With NSAI already flat out, DH brings in two other IERs to get the job done in the time frame all parties have set as a drop dead date?
Makes sense, but then perhaps I am too optimistic.
Well, not long to wait till my mull proves to be wishful thinking or has some merit.

attyg
16/4/2024
09:59
I'm holding and building for this upcoming rally.... and expect us to be having our pound party again in the not to distant future.. in the mean time can we hold of buying please ..trying to release funds from another holding ... :(
sirmark
16/4/2024
09:47
Michael, I don't trade these shares either, just accumulate when I can, as imo this year, bodes well for Pantheon
bcfc5
16/4/2024
09:46
Cor blimey, guv!

Anyone spot a trader trying to steal the last penny out of the pockets of the naive?

"Little old PANTHEON'S 4 Trillion Cubic meters in perspective"

Do Pantheon have 4 Tcf or 4 Trillion cubic metres?

4 Trillion cubic metres is over 140 Tcf.

Is it a lie or a simple mistake?

The trader who encouraged you to foolishly buy at >40p is coming back for more of your money.

Are you going to let him take it?

Pantheon has stranded gas assets. There is no gas pipeline.

Be careful.

helpfull
16/4/2024
09:45
This seems about right for the good news as of last week.No doubt, the hyper's have done their trading, on the spike.
officerdigby
16/4/2024
09:39
It’s just pennies up and down...

Now that's not relative is it?

If we were at 2 quid per share and it dropped a few pence nobody would bat an eyelid but we are down from the recent 45+ to almost 33p.
25% is hardly pennies is it?

Don't get me wrong, I'm in for the long term and am not planning to trade but this drop is a bit overdone.

michaelsadvfn
16/4/2024
09:31
Little old PANTHEON'S 4 Trillion Cubic meters in perspective !
(would be 2% of the global total)

Russia has the biggest reserves, with 37.4 trillion cubic meters or around 20% of the global total. Iran, in second, has 17% of the total reserves, followed by Qatar with 13%.

sirmark
16/4/2024
08:18
Don’t be fooled by the drop this morning there’s tiny volume between 33.5 and 35 so I expect a blue day despite the raid this morning !

LK report due soon !!! My bet is for tomorrow !


I'm looking to grab some more today, if I can get a bid one of my underperformers.

sirmark
16/4/2024
08:10
It's just pennies up and down, give it time and you will be massively rewarded imo.
mlf51
16/4/2024
08:06
Down 25% from the recent high.

Wish I had the balls to trade on the spikes but Sod's Law tells me I'd get it wrong.

Hindsight eh?

michaelsadvfn
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