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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40 -3.46% 39.10 4,255,236 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.30 40.00 41.00 38.80 41.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.09 -21.71 -3.39 225
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:16 UT 46,463 39.10 GBX

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Pantheon Resources Daily Update: Pantheon Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PANR. The last closing price for Pantheon Resources was 40.50p.
Pantheon Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 35p and a 12 week average price of 32.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 48.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.80p.
There are currently 576,515,027 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,037,106 shares. The market capitalisation of Pantheon Resources Plc is £225,417,375.56.
dhb368: It will probably have a little effect on the share price gozo but I would be surprised if it was much because PANR is not directly affected. There will likely be some selling of stocks to rebalance portfolios as there are some good stocks on IGs list (TXP for example) and if you are coming off margin you are probably reducing holdings in those stocks. MS would be treated as a 'professional' for CFD's (and not benefit from the protections offered to retail investors) and therefor not be affected by these changes in the unlikely event he uses IG. I am perplexed by the current share price but time will fix that, one way or the other.
obar: Forwood - I respect your opinion for what it is but but I just don't share the view that a chat board generally viewed by 'unsophisticated' individuals (thats not a detrimental label, its FCA terminology and has objective parameters to determine) who have already made an investment decision but have a public outlet for their opinions, fundamentally changes the price discovery in a material way (unless anyone can prove there is a leveraged short position out there we can squeeze lol). PANR doesn't appear attract much short term / day trading like say UKOG and 88 (which i'd like to point out can often be perilous) but that also means that the share price does seem to be muted on the upside yet still suffers from low volume price erosion. I'll be honest, the drill and initial findings so far are great and we can't be that far away from flow results whether you worship at the alter of zone by zone or aggregated timing, oil price has had a welcomed shot in the arm, we are close to infrastructure which proves quick route to first oil and high NPVs, on state land...whats not to be positive about....yet I'd suspect this post will make no difference to the share price (40.60 - 41.00)
forwood: OBAR, yes I do think members of this and the LSE board influence the share price Perhaps less by what they say than by their actions. But what they say influences the mood, and the mood then influences what people do. We're not some ftse stalwart where bbs comments won't make a difference. We're an AIM share with a community of active and influential holders. Daily volume is typically 0.5% of total issued shares. Take out those held by the Board and related interests and it's not hard to move the share price with a relatively small amount of cash or shares.
darcon: john671 - here is the link to the 13 Oct 2020 announcement: HTTPS:// in which the following was stated by PANR: "Pantheon has completed its resource assessment of the Kuparuk formation at its Talitha project. The Talitha project contains three independent target geological horizons, each with different reservoir trap geometries, qualities and risk profiles. All three of these formations were penetrated by the Pipeline State #1 wellbore on the Company's acreage and all were confirmed as oil bearing. The Company has now completed its analysis of the Kuparuk, the deepest of these three horizons, and estimates this horizon (on a 100% basis) to contain 1.4 billion barrels of oil in place (OIP) and a Prospective Resource (Recoverable) of 341 million barrels of oil (MMBO) as a most likely case. The Company has modelled an illustrative development plan(1) for this zone with 62 producing wells, exploiting 247 MMBO of this resource, and using the WTI current forward price curve, yields a potential NPV10 of over US$1.48 billion, with NPV per barrel of $6.00 and an Internal Rate of Return of 55%." PANR haven't as yet completed an independent resource report on the Kuparuk. As you will recall LKA delivered an independent resource report on SMD which was announced in the following announcement on 25 Sept 2020: HTTPS:// PANR's current share price only reflects what the marginal buyer or marginal seller is willing to pay or accept as payment for PANR shares. Each buyer/seller makes their own assessment of the information available, their personal circumstances and readiness to take on risk.
fizzmiss: InToTheWild20 Feb '21 - 20:34 - 6848 of 6848 0 0 0 Ive been in PANR since April. Its amazing how far they've come. Any time between Monday to Friday the rns we've all been waiting for could drop. I for one believe we will have a commercial find. 7am Monday I will be up and waiting with another big chunk to add if the news is good... If no rns then same Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ha. Im enjoying Fizzmiss' posts. They make me chuckle. You won't be chuckling when they do a Texan pack up and run, the share price crashes and you lose your investment lol. But yea: RED OR BLACK PLACE YOUR BETS. The market wages against you; hence a terrible share price.
fizzmiss: Dear oh dear, it's all in the share price; you ramped and ramped and said once the RNS came it would rise to at least £1 overnight and bring life-changing wealth. You lied or got it badly wrong; or even worse pumped and dumped your stock. I mean common, just look at the share price, it's pitiful lol. Oil price rise dragged the share price up by 3p like every other oil stock. We got a rise of 3p on the RNS; its fallen back by at least 1.5p so can you retire on 1.5p rise? lol NOPE! Disaster. Even worse if the oil doesn't flow, its pack up the van time again just like in Texas, and off to the next dreamy site. Someplace like Blackpool lol.
btgman: I have been having a little think about the last few months for Pantheon Lets start with share price of 47p and at that time the expectation was for a farm-out and Pantheon retain 50% working interest 1) Pantheon raise $30m and decide to drill on their own dilution circa 11% from memory 2) Lease sales Pantheon go shopping at the lease sales and pick up 66,000 additional acreage which includes Theta/BFF and acreage around Talitha 3) Pantheon issues 14.3m additional shares to acquire Otto 10.8% working interest in Talitha 4) Pantheon Spuds Talitha 15 days early 5) Pantheon drills Talita to Target depth and encounters 4 potentially huge targets to test on what looks like an almost perfect drill 6) Oil price has increased from $50-$60+ throughout this period With all of the above you will have to walk me a long way to suggest the share price should be down based on the above. Utter madness Having further looked at my own discounted valuation last night and given Theta West potential increased to £1.56 at this time still only using probability of success of 20-25% AIMHO GLA BTA
pro_s2009: Going to be interesting trading now. The real value will not be added until successful testing is done. Many people will be selling trying to catch a dip to buy ahead of testing results. Will the people adding and buying be more than those selling and trying to buy back lower. Going to be a fun few weeks. I am selling for me. Might add more. Looks to me like this could turn into one or two significant oil fields ahead.......significant not just in size, but in terms of PANR share price. However.......expect a battle now as those selling try to talk it down in the weeks ahead.......against those buying and adding and talking up the positives......
scot126: Dear All - a couple of things to address. 1) Remember Jay's guidance that Talitha #A is targeting "in excess of a billion barrels of oil recoverable"? Please note the last sentence of today's RNS, "....but at this time I would say Talitha #A has met or exceeded our expectations thus far." If Jay and Bob saw any reason thus far to lower that guidance, they would have said so today. And the question will certainly have been posed by the NOMAD, I can assure you. So make of that what you will. 2) Ok, the Kuparuk is going to be the first horizon to be tested as it's the deepest. Let's see what the company has told us about the Kuparuk today. "Talitha #A penetrated over 100 ft of Kuparuk approximately 400 ft updip from the PS#1 well at a depth of 10,050 ft. The top 55 ft of this interval calculates as good reservoir quality, meeting pre-drill estimates of thickening Kuparuk and improving reservoir quality. This result expands the potential for the Kuparuk across the Company's acreage both in the Talitha Unit and updip to the west on acreage acquired at the January 2021 area wide lease sale. Testing is the next step for the Kuparuk, which has the potential, if successful, to be a significant oil field on its own." Couple of things occur to me here. Remember telemachus1 educated us about this horizon as there's quite a bit of data on the Kuparuk elsewhere on the ANS because it's a producing field. Mostly understood to be 45-50ft thick elsewhere on the ANS, there will be a number of existing producers and State Govt officials scratching their heads later today as it was the consensus opinion (until now?) that the Kuparuk *did not* extend as far south as Talitha #A. There is a strong case to be made that the Talitha #A results for the Kuparuk zone will open up a new land grab between the north-western tip of PANR's Theta West acreage northwards and north-westwards in the general direction of the Kuparuk/Colville River area. This has massive positive implications for the SoA so they will be eagerly awaiting flow test data from PANR on this horizon alone => jobs and royalties because it's on State land. As stated, this deepest horizon, the Kuparuk, is pretty well understood as it's been produced for years further north towards the coastline. I would be utterly amazed if PANR's technical team (especially Bob Rosenthal) didn't have a good working knowledge of its properties and characteristics in the producing units further north. The company then states that so far the evidence from this horizon looks to be "good quality reservoir", "improving reservoir quality", "expands the potential", "could be a significant oil field on its own". I put it to the thread that of all the horizons, and with the Kuparuk being the most widely understood by all ANS participants, for PANR to be so positive about this deepest horizon means what they've seen so far is directly parallel to the properties and characteristics of this horizon elsewhere on the ONS. And there's loads of historical data on the Kuparuk because it's been in production for years. Hmmmm, very good stuff and now looks like the Kuparuk will provide the first news we'll hear about ref. flow test results. Share price reaction: I am bewildered at the reaction thus far. This ought to have rocketed through 50p, IMHO, but I would say that, wouldn't I? PANR does fly under the radar, IMO, but if even one of the 4 planned flow tests confirms commercial oil, and the equity market takes little notice, I forecast US corporates will. If I'm correct, we'll all look back and laugh at the "meh" reaction to today's RNS by the market, and marvel that stock could be picked up around 41p or 42p in the first hour of trading. For goodness sake, the market cap was *higher* weeks ago and since then the engineering drilling risk has been removed and the logs and initial cores point to expectations being "met or exceeded". The market will catch up, it always does. GLA PS I wrote this post before catching up with telemachus1's reaction. I defer totally to his knowledge of the Kuparuk and respectfully suggest all other readers of this thread do also. Thank you for your posts this morning, telemachus1. In answer to your question about the US holiday (Presidents Day I think?), in my experience the US funds and hedge funds will likely have a skeleton staff in the office, sufficient to trade the international markets as/when required. Would that encompass a decision to invest for the fist time in a UK small cap E&P stock? I'd suggest from experience, probably not. Once the portfolio manager returns to work tomorrow rather than a skeleton staff of dealers/traders only today (typical office staffing on US holidays), then the chances of opening a position increase markedly IMHO.
steved: Stumpy, an interesting point of view in connection with the video. My own thinking, for what its worth is that the clips are a good omen, nothing more nothing less. I can hardly imagine that the PANR BOD would be comfortable with the videos in question being posted on their twitter feed if they had drilled through a good bit of the business end of the horizons and been disappointed. Furthermore the first video was viewed by many on here as a sign of optimism and the BOD should have been aware of this. I managed a decent sized enterprise for a number of years which was part of a pretty large NYSE listed Corporation. In similar circumstances, I can't imagine for a second, that a third party would have the clout to put stuff up on twitter, without first gaining permission. Maybe things have changed who knows. As for PANR, I do feel that generally speaking they have been tight lipped. For example there wasn't a whiff of the Great Bear acquisition until announced and that was pretty big news and had been negotiated over a protracted period. I agree that it will be difficult to keep the lid on sensitive information in every instance. I suppose the larger the enterprise the more of a problem it becomes. That said, watching trading patterns and acting on bits of leaky information here and there, is more important in your case than mine as I'm an investor not a trader and look to make gains over the long term. This philosophy does obviously backfire from time to time but I've always thought it the right path for me. For example, I'm invested in a PLC that did extraordinary well last year but haven't sold a share as I feel there is still a long way to go and am comfortable to hold. There were many gyrations, rumours, negatives and positive, inputs over charts so on and so forth throughout this period, with participants trading in and out of the share, second guessing the management and market. It was noise I ignored, I'm very happy to say. Getting back to PANR I've stuck to my guns because I truly believed in the management and the company ethos. This has enabled me to add to my position as the story has unfolded, sometimes at what have now proved give a way prices, until this quite momentous point where PANR are on the verge of hopefully an incredible outcome. If I'd have listened to the whole gambit of negative thoughts and rumours I'd have sold at a loss most likely. Over recent years I have found BB's to be quite helpful as there are a few very knowledgable investors out there with specialties in certain sectors. My own view is they are very few and far between but can be pinpointed over time. I consider Scot, love him or hate him, is right up there with the best. He is honest, well meaning and incredibly knowledgable when it comes to PANR. However, obviously no one is infallible. As the saying goes "you pays your money and takes your choice". Whatever, if this drilling campaign is successful, we will all be very handsomely rewarded.
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