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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petrofac Limited LSE:PFC London Ordinary Share GB00B0H2K534 ORD USD0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.90 -0.42% 213.40 213.90 215.60 220.00 211.70 220.00 1,638,743 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 4,169.8 144.8 16.4 12.2 738

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20/11/2019
14:33
Yes,Notimpressed,it is a good share but the Golden Goose seems to have been slowly dying over the last few years, I love this share but look at the long term charts. I love to trade it but the recoveries are getting less and less. Oh,dear,now,I am sounding like you.:-) I have been thinking that it is going to suddenly shoot way back up again or fall off a cliff. Something big is going to happen but what?
cinquepercento
20/11/2019
13:08
5% not at all, as it is sd free its a good trading share, along with iag. you can earn a few beer tokens if timed right.
notimpressed
20/11/2019
12:05
Notimpressed,you have to admit that your user name does not suggest a person with a positive outlook. Are you shorting this share? We may still get a nice short term boost, when New York opens this afternoon, or even sooner ,where we can take some profits and get out.
cinquepercento
20/11/2019
09:33
timmy sounds like you got of the wrong side of the bed this morning
notimpressed
20/11/2019
09:14
you're so knowledgeable, maybe you should join the board of directors
timmy11
20/11/2019
09:00
the ww deal is suspect, they have bought 2.8 mil debt in an area where the frackers are pulling up sticks and getting out of the game. the yanks don't sell successful businesses, if it was any good they would have kept it.
notimpressed
20/11/2019
08:45
Services in the Permain Basin. 20 November 2019 ACQUISITION OF W&W ENERGY SERVICES Petrofac Limited ("Petrofac") announces it has signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement with the shareholders of W&W Energy Services ("W&W") to acquire an entry-level position in the US onshore Operations and Maintenance market. W&W offers Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul and Pipeline tie-in services in the Permian Basin, the world's largest producing basin. This bolt-on acquisition is in line with Petrofac's stated strategy to position Engineering & Production Services ("EPS") for growth by diversifying into new markets and geographies. Transaction consideration comprises firm and deferred cash payments, aggregating to a total consideration of 4.5x average W&W EBITDA for the period 2019-21. Petrofac will pay an initial cash consideration of US$22 million on completion. Deferred true-up and earn-out payments will be paid based on W&W's financial performance over the three-year period ended 31 December 2021. John Pearson, Chief Operating Officer, Engineering and Production Services, said: "This bolt-on provides a platform to grow EPS using a low-risk reimbursable services model in the US onshore services market. As production volumes, infrastructure support requirements and the activity of major operators rise in the Permian, we are confident that the combination of W&W's footprint and strong local brand with Petrofac's Engineering and Modifications capability and global track record can unlock growth." NOTES 1) W&W's unaudited EBITDA for the financial year ended 31 December 2018 was US$6.6 million. 2) At completion, W&W's net debt was US$2.8 million. ENDS
11_percent
20/11/2019
08:43
Malaysia, North Sea x2. 20 November 2019 PETROFAC SECURES US$120 MILLION IN EPS AWARDS Petrofac Limited ("Petrofac") announces today awards and contract extensions with a combined value of more than US$120 million, delivering against the Group's strategy to position Engineering & Production Services ("EPS") for growth by diversifying into new markets and geographies. The awards and contract extensions consist of the following: · EPS has secured its first small-scale Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) contract in Malaysia. In consortium with partner Serba Dinamik, EPS has been awarded a contract by Asean Bintulu Fertiliser (ABF) Sdn Bhd, one of Malaysia's largest fertiliser plants, for its Third Boiler Project. The ABF plant located in the central region of Sarawak, which started commercial production in 1985, is a subsidiary of PETRONAS Chemicals Group Berhad. The work scope for the 30-month project includes basic and detailed engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of an additional package boiler (165 tonnes per hour) to improve overall plant reliability and availability and meet total steam demands of 510 tph. · EPS has also secured a new three-year Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) Framework Agreement (FA) with a North Sea operator. Future projects undertaken through the FA will be supported by Petrofac's Aberdeen office, where the company is actively growing its engineering team and investing in its brownfield management system in support of its digitalisation strategy. · The new brownfield projects awards coincide with key North Sea contract extensions for EPS, including a two-year renewal of an existing seven-asset Operations and Maintenance contract, and the extension of EPS' existing Engineering Services contract with Chevron North Sea to June 2020. John Pearson, Chief Operating Officer, Engineering and Production Services, said: "Continued diversification into new markets, such as brownfield projects, and new geographies, such as Malaysia, are key tenets of our growth strategy. We're also once again delighted that clients in the North Sea have exercised the option to extend our support for important Operations and Maintenance and Engineering Services contracts." ENDS
11_percent
18/11/2019
14:57
oilers getting battered today
notimpressed
17/11/2019
13:24
and by pure chance oil price is rising again! There is going to be a lot of work next year in up grading cat crackers on refineries as the need for marine diesel shoots up due to the new law preventing ships from using bunker fuel there maybe some up tick in work there if PFC can get in on it.
pogue
17/11/2019
12:49
Yup......could be off on another spike....
11_percent
14/11/2019
12:56
Nice step up
gozzy88
14/11/2019
12:46
Accumulate...accumulate....accumulate! A keeper for a move above 600p next year. Meanwhile, (FOXT), a no brainer for recovery, no debt a major investor attraction!
ny boy
13/11/2019
10:59
canaccord go from hold to buy but reduce tp from 600 to 500.
cerrito
11/11/2019
11:47
hxxps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/energy/lse-pfc/petrofac-shares/news/heres-why-petrofac-lonpfc-can-manage-its-debt-responsibly/
timmy11
08/11/2019
10:07
https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/drilling-frenzy-over-u-shale-000000002.html
timmy11
04/11/2019
20:12
Indeed, it was a very sharp dip.
11_percent
04/11/2019
16:49
It’s cleared all the £4 sellers at that nice close . I thought it would , I had my £3.85 shares plugged in for a sale at £4 and pulled it
john09
04/11/2019
16:27
Should be £4.10 ish tomorrow this
john09
02/11/2019
12:23
A quick jump to £4.50 again...…......….would be nice.
11_percent
01/11/2019
17:35
A quick jump to £4.50 again
john09
01/11/2019
17:34
have we reached the nadir?. volume up, possibly/hopefully shorts closing.
notimpressed
01/11/2019
14:40
Currently seems to be in a 380 to 420 trading range
knowing
01/11/2019
14:32
bottom feeding...stacked up some more down here...cost averaging awaiting the rise...
killman2
01/11/2019
10:29
Don't know, but it is starting look like time for a top-up. Will let it ride fort he moment.....as low as they want to take it. P/E = 4.76 Divi = 7.58% It cant go any lower...lol.
11_percent
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