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
  +0.65p +1.68% 39.25p 39.00p 39.50p 39.90p 38.90p 38.90p 761,930 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 4.1 -4.3 -5.0 - 38.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/1/2018
15:32
Provided that the Dutch don't ban all onshore gas drilling and production..
fardels bear
15/1/2018
11:27
They are talking about a significant reduction at Groningen so other fields will become more valuable.
samdb
15/1/2018
10:34
How much does carillion owe them lol
albanyvillas
15/1/2018
10:25
I see. But reports of a Dutch earthquake caused by a gas field, and not strenuously denied will have Jan Jansen out in his G-Wagen with a placard and a writ before you can say, angstschreeuw...
fardels bear
15/1/2018
08:56
The field under threat is the massive Groningen field in the north west of Holland, not where pmg operate.Could be a benefit for us....or there could be a knock on effect.Sit tight, the gas is still valuable.
fhmktg
15/1/2018
08:53
I see, do the potential closing of Dutch gas fields, our only source of revenue, is going to lift the sp, is it?Do explain how?
fardels bear
15/1/2018
07:55
Obviously doesn't understand that this will push prices up
samdb
15/1/2018
07:54
No chance....
molatovkid
14/1/2018
21:30
No wonder all the sells of late, this will fall like a knife through butter next week in my opinion!
therealdeal5
14/1/2018
21:24
Seems like Tom Cross has run out of luck this time round! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/01/13/dutch-quake-leaves-uk-gas-market-shaky-foundations/
therealdeal5
12/1/2018
10:23
Couple of nice 125k delayed buys from last night....
molatovkid
12/1/2018
10:16
Good morning churchill2; This story , if the analysis is correct, should offer a degree of hope and optimism to all in the sector. "Shale Restraint Could Lift Oil To $80" hTTps://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Shale-Restraint-Could-Lift-Oil-To-80.html
cyan
12/1/2018
10:11
Parkmead is an interesting situation for an investor. To me it is a straight punt on the prospect of Perth development which has divided opinions so strongly. The current Brent oil price and the weak pound is not far away from the $100 price at $1.90 so the attraction of Perth is sharply back in focus if the oil price holds up. Other parties could see an opportunity ( Faroe for example) if the costs are feasible as the oil is there. As an ex Dana shareholder I have a lot of time for Tom Cross so if its possible he has the experience and drive.
churchill2
11/1/2018
21:07
Good evening ziblot. Not taking it personal at all. Never hid the fact that I do not hold the shares. I could have lied but that's not me. Bulletin boards are for discussions ; hopefully reasoned ones. I deal in facts and I think anyone who is paid £506 k per year should be delivering a better equity performance. He may have a strong following but the results are not good. The share is but a fraction of what it was; was well over 200p at one time. Just have to wait a bit longer to see if the sour hub plans get off the drawing board. The gas is the best part of PMG's asset base by far and offers hope.
cyan
11/1/2018
19:55
Thats exactly what cyan has done, watched for years and never held a share. Its not just pmg, he can pop up anywhere. When tom makes his move the share price will soar because he still has a strong following. He has been prudent with the cash and why not? He will develop Perth when he can attract a partner. In the mean time we have gas and maybe more gas from the southern N/S. Not personal cyan just stating fact.
ziblot
11/1/2018
16:12
Sooner or later PMG will catch up with the rest of the stocks in the oil sector, very undervalued imv.
patience a virtue
11/1/2018
09:49
Come on pmg....I've doubled up!
fhmktg
10/1/2018
23:41
First cloudcookoo of spring..
fardels bear
10/1/2018
23:26
All I see is bitter posters stuck in the past, at this price it offers a lot of value, not hard to see. Just based on asset value worth double current market cap. Obviously the derampers will always find issues and as always they will never make money. Once it breaks into the 40s and holds then 50-60p+ will follow.
ileeman
10/1/2018
22:57
I've been diluted so much since PMG bought DEO that I'll never make anything much out of this unless NOCs come in two by two, and I frankly doubt that. Still miracles do happen, or so I'm told.
fardels bear
10/1/2018
22:18
Good evening Fardels Bear. You maybe right. But look what has happened to the share value in the four years since my 2013 post. I recommend you click of the large ADVFN chart towards the top of the page. Select the 5 year chart and draw. Its horrifying. TC takes £506,000 per annum. He has had over £2 million since my 2013 post . Has the company performance warranted that remuneration? Look at the share chart again.
cyan
10/1/2018
22:11
I think we may all be pleasantly surprised in the long run. Have we tge patience though?
fardels bear
10/1/2018
22:03
Good evening mallorca. I have watched this company for a few years. Its the same Jam tomorrow promises. This is a post of mine from 2013 cyan - 24 Nov 2013 - 18:11:37 - 4756 of 6283 PMG, anyone heard of it?? - PMG "Good afternoon 2Kally. I expect the institutional investors are more worried about the fundamental assets. I want to see the NUMBERS from the Pharos drill. I want to see substance; and not talk with "potentially" and "could" accompanied by TC saying he was "delighted". Consolidating shares is an attempt to give the company more credibility and stop it looking like a confetti machine. Tom CROSS was bigging up that visit to his office in March by big interested Eastern oil companies. I want to know why nothing has been heard of since. Based on TC's form, for example unprofessionally imo, bragging about that office visit; IF there were interested big oilers negotiating a deal; he would be yapping about it to the press by now. PMG needs an awful lot of finance to advance the likes of PERTH which is still in appraisal and years from production ,IF that is, its found to be commercial. More substance and less hot air please TC." ================================================================================== Its clear FAROE does not think PERTH has any foreseeable commercial future, " short to medium term". They give it NO value , 'NIL'. PMG's accounts do not break down individual valuations but I note they list 'Exploration and evaluation assets' are worth £33.382 million. I want to know why in their latest accounts PMG lists ATHENA as an 'asset'? Its being decommissioned and PMG are on the hook for £10 million costs. Surely that's a liability? Over FOUR years on and is this company any closer to monetization of its OIL assets?
cyan
10/1/2018
21:19
From the recent results RNS there is an awful lot going on at the moment, with tenders being received and assessed for the initial work re oil field development, and many prospective partners putting forward proposals. One RNS advising progress and timing here may have an explosive effect on the share price
mallorca 9
10/1/2018
18:43
Read post by cyan below regarding the huge oil fields.
fardels bear
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