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PANR Pantheon Resources Plc

27.00
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 13:28:00
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
  0.00 0.00% 27.00 26.75 27.00 27.75 26.50 27.10 2,243,942 13:28:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Natural Gas Liquids 804k -1.45M -0.0016 -168.44 244.49M
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 27p. 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 £244.49 million. Pantheon Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -168.44.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2024
17:23
Come on pro " it's going to 10p" is not desperate and foolish? Be honest
mlf51
26/4/2024
17:15
Sure Swendab1
jessieduke2
26/4/2024
17:03
All getting very interesting fordtin (#38064).
mcmather
26/4/2024
16:43
mcmather - re "What I do think is realistic, is the state could make an investment in their future."

that's where HB222 comes in;



"The slide presentation in the first hearing explains the rationale for an investment of $1.2bn by Alaska’s Permanent Fund, to buy a 25% equity stake in the Alaska natural gas pipeline. Coupled with up to 70% debt financing and the Federal Loan Guarantee, it should help secure the remaining 75% equity funding, with an end result of securing cheap gas and future dividends for all Alaskans.

HB222 presented to House Resources Committee.
From 1:03:21pm to 1:53:51pm 02 Feb 2024.


House Bill 222 passed 5 to 1 and moved on to the Finance Committee.
From 2:17:10pm to 2:31:03pm 01 March 2024


At the time HB222 was passed on to the Finance Committee, Pantheon’s involvement wasn’t considered. I would expect the presentation to the Finance Committee to reflect the reduction in costs due to Pantheon’s location and low CO2."

fordtin
26/4/2024
16:32
Cor blimey, guv!

Mike290.

THIEF!

Be careful.

helpfull
26/4/2024
16:32
That's all she has
mlf51
26/4/2024
16:32
I'm glad I'm not in this dog over the weekend!

Strong Sell

Simples!........;-)

nigoil
26/4/2024
16:26
Helpfull,

What are you talking about?

You sound desperate and foolish :-)

mike290
26/4/2024
16:17
Re the pipeline, not yet had chance to watch the full video / debate (from yesterday), but interesting conclusion comment from John Sims, president of Enstar Natural Gas, from 38:54:

“yeah I mean, I'm a firm believer that the state needs to do what it can to be energy independent, And so if the state of Alaska wanted to make an investment in a pipeline, I would think that would be strategically a valuable long-term move. Because, again, you're talking about a 100 years worth of gas that, you know, think of a governmental body that owns the energy resource and can then dictate and determine how much to charge people coming in. They could give a large industrial customer a significant discount because they own the pipeline right. So if the Market's not going to support, the local Market's not going to support a massive pipeline project. it's just too expensive, as he said, and so that's not realistic. What I do think is realistic, is the state could make an investment in their future."

www.reddit.com/r/anchorage/comments/1ccnpqi/john_sims_president_of_enstar_natural_gas_and/

mcmather
26/4/2024
16:04
Don't forget to fill your boots.One day youll wake up and never see this cheap price again. ;-)
turkey3
26/4/2024
15:54
Cor blimey, guv!

Mike290.

THIEF!

Be careful.

helpfull
26/4/2024
15:04
Lizard 🦎 the outcast highly emotional investor of the gang .

“ please Pooh bear , please tell them NOW !! Tell them I gave you coins “
😂😂😂😂 8514;😂

Still makes me laugh thinking back to that moment when he made that awful cringeworthy post ….

seedoftongo
26/4/2024
14:51
Great Post Jessie (just coined it)
sirmark
26/4/2024
14:45
Mike290,As you say Hopeless is deceitful, but moreso uses psychological 'projection' tactics, I.e. tries to make the other person appear like they really are! Hence, when you reread her last post, what this really translates to is:'SHE IS MENTALLY BROKEN.SHE IS FINANCIALLY BROKEN.SHE IS MORALLY BROKEN'GLA LTH'ers!!
markliddiard
26/4/2024
14:38
Newcomers to this thread,


How would Helpfull know what I did?
He doesn't.

Contrary to Helpfull's deceitful statement, I was top-slicing my Pantheon shares at around 140p (to remove all of my costs) - not buying more shares.

I did buy back many more shares later on though (at about 40p then 30p and then down to just over 10p).
As always, probably more by luck than judgement.

Hence my huge profits.

Good luck with your investment in Pantheon.

mike290
26/4/2024
14:28
References, your post: 38051
Do check out the server for more information but an overview reply on where we are:

PANR’s gas is pipline quality <3% co2 and is ready for wholesale without co2 stripping. It is this that puts PANR gas ahead of all other Nslope producers and puts PANR and the State (AGDC) in a symbiotic relationship. It’s not about geography.
This is huge commercial advantage over other Nslope producers who in order to qualify for pipeline access have a capital spend in the order of ~10b$ to build a carbon stripping plant.
Furthermore PANR’s low co2 gas allows PANR to leverage a cheap gas offering with minimal treatment requirements to the state that actually turns the probability of the pipeline project on its head, with enough margin to get the project funded and built. I have previously posted an economic example (copied below).

Strategically this puts PANR ahead of other n/slope producers as the State NEED PANR gas at no more than $1 per mmbtu to get this done. PANR and the State are bound at the hip which elevates PANR, a small AIM listed company to the top table, along side major O&G upstream but also top tier construction, international entities, Asian traders who deal in world LNG supply and distribution.

When the ripples of this hit the radar across industry, key stakeholders will want exposure to the upside of the project. Huge potential for a PANR re rate.

So, to your question References it’s not a case of ‘do PANR get to use the pipe first’?, PANR ARE THE PIPE - and allow the economics to work. I know that sounds ridiculous, - to be the reason a global 40b$ lng project could ultimately go ahead, but it’s a fact. What does that do to a minnow like PANR? Shock and awe stuff, shock and awe.

To answer your other questions. The AlaskaLNG project is fully permitted as a whole. It awaits its FID for phase1 after the completion of FEED work scheduled to run for 1yr from July 2024.
My understand is that the AGDC need an investment of 50 m$ for FEED, but investment partners locking at that require a firm commitment of offtake for the gas (Enstar and Nutrien) and a producer to commit to long term supply contract with a price attached. We know PANR have given this assurance. The timeline for both the AGDC FID decision and PANR full funding strategy is in sink and one could argue the AGDC schedule is actually pegged to PANR development schedule.

With those commitments in hand the AGDC can work on phase 2 stakeholders. (AGDC announced this week the update with the Japanese consul to Alaska) and there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence of industry specialists liking pantheon articles, obviously aware of the projects development. My hunch is heads of agreements for key project stakeholders are being put in place ahead of FEED decision with option agreements for phase 2.

Other developments from the Alaska legislature is House Bill 222 (HB222) which looks to allow the Alaskan Permanent Fund to invest for upto 25% of project funding. The State is gearing up for skin in the game, which is prudent as the below economic model shows huge IRR’s for the State, and they can out to bed the instate squabble over PFD cuts which are the yearly payments made to every Alaskan as a share of the states natural resources income, yr on yr income and payments for the state budgets are falling.

The destiny of State economic growth is in its own hands, and a no brainer (IMO) for the State to back its own infrastructure project.

And so the age of the symbiotic relationship between PANR and State begins …..


Pipeline economics:

The AGDC point to the presentation slides for basic economic considerations.

Using guided input cost and sale price, along with financing headroom shows a robust project.

hxxps://www.akleg.gov/basis/get_documents.asp?session=33&;docid=29743

Global LNG Japan current price $8.993

Enstar has stated importedLNG as cook-inlet replacement could be $16 double the baseline cost of AlaskaLNG phase1.

From AGDC website:
Pipline capacity 3.3 bcfd
Long time planning 3.1 bcfd

Pipeline development economics look sound:
(All figures are illustrations)

8$ mmcf delivered price gas out
1$ mmcf gas in (PANR)

Gives 7$ per mmcf to build and finance pipeline.

7$x1m =7m$ per bcf x 180bcf (PANR agreed supply with AGDC)
Revenue on 180bcf per year is 1.26b$

10.7b$ project build out cost but let’s say 12b$ for headroom.

Funded @6% amortised over 20yrs & 30yrs
Gives 700-900m$ per year financing payment.

Ramp up to clear 300m$ profit from base line Instate supply of 180bcf
(1.26b$ rev less 900m$ financing payment)

Senior debt - Federal guarantee loans 60%
Junior debt - mostly likely 20yr, 10yr bond
Mezzanine debt - investment bank/balance sheet.


Phase2 export:
Additional compression stations on pipeline say x4 to push volume.
Max capacity to 3.3 bcf per day.
1277 bcf per year.
Long term planning based at 3.1 bcfd

Profit ramps on forward curve as debt is covered from baseline phase1
Additional profit as loans get paid down.

Obviously this there are tax implications to deduct but it’s hard to argue with the general concept of this calculation.



Join us @
Flights Investment Server
Has an AlaskaLNG channel dedicated to following this element of the PANR investment case.

Download the discord app for phone or laptop then use this Invite to the server:

hxxps://discord.gg/fdagvxFDun

jessieduke2
26/4/2024
14:14
Mike290, Mlf51 and Just one more try!You have really wound up Hopeless, as she is now typing in CAPITAL LETTERS!!n.b. I'm not sure how many grains of sands are left to fall in the 'imminent' hour glass, but probably not too many!! Could we see intraday RNS, or might it be Monday morning!??Watch out for the T.I.T. (Troll In Trouble)!!GLA LTH'ers!!
markliddiard
26/4/2024
14:02
Cor blimey, guv!

THREAD WARNING.

THERE IS A THIEF ABOUT!

MIKE290 HAS LOST HIS MONEY BUYING PANTHEON SHARES AT £1.40.

HE IS NOW TRYING TO STEAL YOUR MONEY SO THAT HE MIGHT RECOUP SOME OF HIS LOSSES.

HE IS MENTALLY BROKEN.

HE IS FINANCIALLY BROKEN.

HE IS MORALLY BROKEN.

Be careful.

helpfull
26/4/2024
12:07
Same Total ... they're soaking up the sells at the moment and a push to 38p looks nailed on looking at the level 2
sirmark
26/4/2024
12:01
They are grabbing some stock but as the 35.95 orders just jumped on the bid seems we're getting poised to retest in the next few sessions the 42/45p recent highs.

On a quick side note, Mangrove.... they must have seen the recent rally and they held on and worked out well for them but as the chart trend shows we're intact to re-test and push on to our past our PRE-Drinks 50p so the question has to be asked internally with them what are you waiting for... even a dilution for funds would be double edge as funding would increase the share price but also even if it was 25% discount when we're at 45p would take us to 36p to close for them ...so why not start closing now the share price is 36p without the risk ??? also you could argue the bond payment, but that's not guaranteed as previously shown and with MS increasing he's holding and will want to protect he's investment at the same time being able to buy them at a 10% discount and secure he's holding is a win win for him ..so may well happen again...
So the question is at what point will the throw in the towel ? ? and what happens the morning IF the Alaskan government do a deal with Japan and the game changer RNS hits followed by FUNDING sorted .... that's going to seriously hurt and a spike over £1.00 -£1.50 could easily be achieved in one session... great things to look forward to ... anyway ..just thought I would put that out there !

sirmark
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