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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
  0.00 0.0% 125.90 125.90 126.20 126.00 124.80 124.80 68,701 08:08:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 4,169.8 144.8 16.4 8.0 436

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15/2/2021
15:52
I would have thought if the shorts had any control, we would have bounced of £1.30 but seems to be no resistance and pullbacks seem to be non-existant compared to the 2-way swings around £1.25-1.26 earlier, can't be much resistance to £1.70 if oil continues it's march north.
mickinvest
15/2/2021
14:57
Expect a few shorts are starting to get itchy fingers
knowing
15/2/2021
14:56
Looking good here
sbb1x
15/2/2021
14:52
140 could be hit today, the shorts are going to have to close much more than they are doing so far .. don't give them anything, not a single share, let them burn
topazfrenzy
15/2/2021
14:29
Nice steady grind up today with the dips getting bought and decent volume.
mickinvest
15/2/2021
13:37
Expect once we break 140 an attack on 160 to 170 levels and then an attack on 200.
ttny2004
15/2/2021
12:42
The Raft of not good, but GREAT news emanating from PFC. www.petrofac.com/en-gb/media/news/ www.petrofac.com/en-gb/media/news/
whites123
15/2/2021
12:38
A new alliance has been formed giving North Sea oil firms a quicker and cheaper means of developing their fields using platforms owned by Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK). The Aberdeen-headquartered firm has joined forces with energy service giants TechnipFMC and Petrofac to lay on an “an integrated, technically robust and commercially flexible solution”. The trio are seeking to maximise the recovery of oil and gas from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). RSRUK, a Spanish-Chinese joint venture, said it was providing access to its facilities under the “industry-led infrastructure code of practice”. The company will be hoping to prolong the production life of assets in its portfolio, which contains some of the most mature platforms on the UKCS. TechnipFMC will deploy its “iFEED” front-end engineering and design service and its integrated subsea business model, iEPCI. For its part, Petrofac will provide all topsides engineering and operations support. RSRUK chief executive Jose Luis Munoz said the industry had to get better at recognising the benefits of utilising existing North Sea infrastructure to deliver more barrels and minimise carbon emissions. Mr Munoz added: “This industry collaboration brings together three well respected, experienced companies that have the resources, drive and ambition to support the continued success of the industry for many years to come.” Nick Shorten, managing director of Petrofac’s engineering and production services, west business, said: “With more than three billion barrels locked in marginal fields across the UKCS, small pools represent a big opportunity. “Industry level collaborations such as this will drive the standardisation required to reduce the time and cost of tie-back developments. “Petrofac is thrilled to combine the asset knowledge gained as Repsol Sinopec’s operations and maintenance partner, with our engineering and project management expertise in support of this exciting collaboration.”; Jonathan Landes, president subsea, TechnipFMC, said: “We are delighted to play a part in helping to maximise recovery of oil and gas from the UK Continental Shelf. “Leveraging our integrated subsea business models, iFEED and iEPCI, we are ideally placed to support and optimise future development opportunities from early concept to first production and beyond while minimising the carbon footprint. “With a shared commitment to excellence in Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality standards, we look forward to working with Repsol Sinopec to deliver a culture of efficiency, standardisation and sharing of best practice as we adopt this unique and important alliance in the UK.”
whites123
15/2/2021
12:25
they are so arrogant they will probably increase their shorts
dealy
15/2/2021
11:45
stock price is ramping up nicely. let's see what the shorts gonna do now.
pepepepe73
15/2/2021
11:24
hTTps://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/PETROFAC-LIMITED-4005555/news/Petrofac-forms-industry-alliance-to-maximise-recovery-of-North-Sea-reserves-32443526/
sea7
15/2/2021
09:41
Agreed. Let's squeeze the shorting barstewards!
mikealig
15/2/2021
09:26
don't give the shorters one single share of yours, let the squeeze to £2+ begin
topazfrenzy
15/2/2021
09:22
the longer this goes on the greater the risk for the SFO to lose all credibility
dealy
15/2/2021
07:51
Yes the witch hunt should be dropped and PFC look for substantial damages from the SFO ! They have overstepped their authority as we now know!
midasx
14/2/2021
23:22
Brent 63.40$ you beauty....
sbb1x
14/2/2021
20:37
Oil glut draining at 4 million bpd. Oil heading to 70$ a barrel. She'd load of work coming the way of PFCEd Morse of Citi says Brent possibly going to $70 this year #OOTThttps://t.co/Ow5GYgqYlG
sbb1x
14/2/2021
20:35
BofA Global Research says the oil consumption to pick up by 5.3 MBPD in 2021, 2.8 MBPD in 2022, 1.4 MBPD in 2023.BofA estimates the global oil demand today at around 92-93 MBPD, still 7 million below 2019 levels.#OOTT #Oil
sbb1x
14/2/2021
20:35
OIL DEMAND MAY RISE 9M B/D IN 3 YRS, FASTEST SINCE '70S: BOFA#OOTT
sbb1x
14/2/2021
13:59
In my opinion, Glencore are the masters of frustrating the regulatory authorities: They are under investigation in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland, amongst others. During this period, the Old Guard have all slipped away or about to. For the tens of millions this costs in lawyers fees, they are probably saving hundreds of millions.I think you are right...
twixy
14/2/2021
13:19
plunger.. The best bit of that report is this bit............... Why would any company with deep pockets bother to cooperate with any SFO investigation from now on? Companies already have to jump through hoops to even be considered for a deferred prosecution agreement, which entails turning over all their evidence so the SFO can go after individuals. If this judgment has taught large companies anything, it is to dig in and fight.”
wardy333
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