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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parkmead LSE:PMG London Ordinary Share GB00BGCYZL73 ORD 1.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60p -1.07% 55.40p 54.00p 55.40p 55.40p 54.00p 54.00p 105,409 14:34:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 7.0 -5.9 -7.2 - 54.81

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/12/2018
18:35
No need for them to fund raise now IMHO, they have plenty of cash in the bank and more coming in. When GPA kicks off they have already stated "A number of the proposals have also offered finance to the Group for major parts of the development, further reducing the capital expenditure required to bring the project onstream." And they will almost certainly trade a % of the 100% they have now to Nexen and/or others as part of the deal. Would make much more sense for them to get GPA going, with subsequent share price rise, before going for a fundraise. Remember they already raised £40m @255p in 2014, and another £13.5m @ 120p in 2015, so they'd struggle to get anything away at current share price I think, unless they had a really concrete plan/deal already agreed? There's some detailed info about Perth in this WH Ireland research note (on the PMG website), albeit from Feb 2016. Back then they estimated Perth breakeven at $41/bbl, and capex required for Perth phase 1 at $308m, but that was through an FPSO...though I wouldn't bank on those figures at all even then. But now with the Scott tie back in play both breakeven and capex should be lower, we just don't know by how much other than PMG's statement "Subsea tie-back has the potential to transform the GPA project, commercially and economically, in addition to dramatically reducing the cost to achieve first oil production". hxxp://www.parkmeadgroup.com/uploaded/research/Parkmead_Initiation_-_2016_02_02.pdf With WoS I would imagine they'd be looking for a farm out to cover drill costs also if they get to that.
robs12
07/12/2018
15:55
Let's hope the twit doesn't do fund raise at less than 50p £50 Mio market valuation That would be crazy for lth
chutes01
07/12/2018
10:12
Volume dried right up - looks like the normal drift back to 50p again and with loose talk of a fundraising I'm starting to loose patience.
itscominghome
05/12/2018
13:52
I first bought at about 1.5p (in old money), sold all at 8p I think, then watched it go up a lot more. I was so convinced it was overvalued I actually opened an account especially and shorted it a couple of times. It's the only share I've ever shorted! (and it came down, so made money on it also). Got back in only relatively recently. Onwards and upwards indeed!
robs12
05/12/2018
12:07
I bought my first PMG shares at, from memory, 8p They rose to 10p and I formed the opinion that they would not be able to proceed very far without doing a major dilutive share issue to raise cash. So I decided to take my respectable 25% profit and wait for the inevitable dip. Best laid plans of mice and men…….. Did not come back until 57p, since when I have made a total of 6 purchases. I'm underwater to the tune of 12% but I remain confident that this is going to come good. Onwards and upwards
tournesol
05/12/2018
12:04
OK my guess is 80p.. :D
fardels bear
05/12/2018
11:58
Manrobert Hi not sure what you meant by saying you were "happy to donate your prize"? If you win, I'd be more than happy to send you the prize. If you'd rather I donated it to a good cause instead, I'd be happy to do that too. Let's not get ahead of ourselves, though. Let's wait for year-end and see what happens to the share price. Someone else might be getting a half case! T
tournesol
05/12/2018
11:00
I did hold the shares some years ago and they touched 300p.think I had bt around 230.
manrobert
05/12/2018
10:35
thanks am happy to donate my prize to.good luck.
manrobert
05/12/2018
10:09
my guess was actually 70p.!
manrobert
05/12/2018
09:09
enough said
bountyhunter
05/12/2018
08:38
Bounty nobody made you change your entry, you made that decision yourself.
tournesol
05/12/2018
07:59
Yes shame about the rule change allowing a change of guess tournesol with my original guess of 80p being spot on at the time! ;-)
bountyhunter
05/12/2018
07:52
I wouldn't pretend to know about charting, but isn't that a pretty well perfect cup and handle, on the yearly chart? IF so, is that a good omen? John
2350220
04/12/2018
09:23
bountyhunter coulda - woulda - shoulda life is full of regrets :~)
tournesol
03/12/2018
19:33
Hope Tom releases news at this level so it can go to 80/90p quite rapidly and not wait till its at 40/50p before doing so.
francoismyname
03/12/2018
18:39
Looks like I should have stuck with my 80p prediction as that may well now end up as the high for the year!
bountyhunter
03/12/2018
15:35
It just cannot hold onto any price rise.
fanshaw
03/12/2018
12:37
12 months ago we were at 38p. Circa 63% increase in share price this year - at current share price
mallorca 9
03/12/2018
11:43
Gas prices holding up well, OPEC might get its act together to hold crude prices this week.We just need a Xmas present from Tom to conclude the year!
fhmktg
30/11/2018
20:28
if you really want a laugh have a look at this post... #35711 https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=31347119&from=35711#firstpost (and then #35709! https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=31347119&from=35709#firstpost ) ...has to be the funniest post I've ever read on advfn!
bountyhunter
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