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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
  -2.90 -2.07% 137.40 137.10 137.50 140.60 137.00 140.00 527,669 09:30:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 2,984.9 -125.1 -39.1 - 475

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/3/2021
11:24
My eyes are on the ut price tonight.A shorter is buying back imo
noreply1
05/3/2021
11:07
decided to close my short here as the price combined with rising oil is a concern. As was mentioned before I also believe that everything along with the kitchen sink has been priced in.
stalker_boy
05/3/2021
11:00
This should be 200. Scummy shorters.Time to buy more
sbb1x
05/3/2021
10:58
Brent over $68 and Sterling dropping to under $1.38 is all good here, going to be a lot of urgent orders given out and don't think there is the capacity for countries to ignore Petrofac even if they wanted to.
mickinvest
05/3/2021
10:12
Shorters on Tullow have taken a beating over the last 2 weeks. Might make the Petrofac shorters nervous
dealy
05/3/2021
10:02
Looking good .
richyf3
05/3/2021
09:19
But still lagging peers. Need this sfo case gone.
eodfire
05/3/2021
07:12
Brent nearly $68 a barrel today , should improve the S/P here,
wardy333
05/3/2021
00:28
From Baron Investments @baroninvestment "No unleashing of oil, demand rising, it’s hard not to see #BrentCrude trading in the $70s short term , a proper over-tightening prospect now. Front month Brent settles at $66.74 , +4.17%." hTTps://twitter.com/baroninvestment/status/1367564412245204993 This is good news for Petrofac. It will further sustain their share price while awaiting SFO news and 2020 y/e results now due in April! GLA! :)
cybernest53
04/3/2021
17:05
POO up 5% and a poxy 2% rise here. Great if you are a shorter. They always win.
lodgeview
04/3/2021
17:02
Oil price 5% up hence the Blue finish here.
wardy333
03/3/2021
08:52
Well if a sentencing becomes a review and further info is required then one must speculate that the SFO v Lufkin case has sprung a leak. And the leak has to do with the Supreme Court KBR finding. If so it could be that "Irregular" Section 2 notices were served and the SFO needs 4+ months to correct the situation. If they get the co-operation of foreign jurisdictions then they may be okay. But if they don't - look out above for the share price here. The SFO are so quick to trumpet success and very slow at owning up to difficulties. I still think the FCA (another weak outfit) should be riding shotgun on the SFO for potentiially creating false markets. But hell will freeze over first! JMHO GLA
plunger2
03/3/2021
05:52
PFC debt is not that high, about 250m from recollection....when it turns over billions and used to be valued in the billions....BUT if a sizeable fine, yes, managing the balance sheet and cash flow becomes more an issue
leoneobull
03/3/2021
05:49
Shaf. Prior to CV, PFC was 350 to 450 and that was with the SFO case ongoing.....all depends if a fine is agreed, or the case falls apart. Either way, undervalued IMOV
leoneobull
02/3/2021
17:41
Mil. They've just got $400m from a bond sale. With oil rising, that may well prove enough. We will see..
wigwammer
02/3/2021
17:33
Seems a little bit weak last days. It's fully tied to brent price and it seems to be in a short term correction
pepepepe73
02/3/2021
14:51
wigwammer Perhaps not new financing needed but capital increase as the balance sheet suffers immediately and the fine amount can be eventually settled over the years with cash flow.
milanista11
02/3/2021
14:48
Its just bad timing as we all have been guilty of sometime in the past. Long term won't make a jot of difference as for me at this price this is a great buy....
petrich
02/3/2021
10:43
Lowtrawler - not just the size of payment, but when they have to pay. Quite possible that payments are staged over several years such that no new financing is required.
wigwammer
02/3/2021
09:49
Petrich, PFC had serious debt and balance sheet problems last year when a lot of their customers were delaying payments. They have overcome that period and strengthened their balance sheet since. It is not that they now have a strong balance sheet but they are no longer in any immediate trouble because of it. Their level of debt requires them to have healthy trading cashflows to service the debt, and ultimately pay it down. With oil pricing last year, it caused concerns. Trading is now picking up and so the worries are reducing. If PFC ultimately enter into a DPA with the SFO, depending on the size of payment, further financing could be required.
lowtrawler
02/3/2021
09:06
An old article from Sept last year about Petrofacs debt....The end bit is a bit negative but they state Petrofacs net debt to EBITDA is 0.08 although with EBIT only covering interest expenses 6.5 times. hxxps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/energy/lse-pfc/petrofac-shares/news/does-petrofac-lonpfc-have-a-healthy-balance-sheet-2 So the point of posting this is that it’s a bit Chinese to me and to take anybody thoughts regarding Petrofacs debt....Good or Bad.....
petrich
02/3/2021
08:39
Be nice to hear of some new contracts which should come soon as oil rises and we all come out of the deep freeze.... Several major things play into Petrofacs hands if they all come to fruition... If the Supercycle arrives it will need an enormous amount of work to produce infrastructure and products. All of which are Petrofac are business Biden has committed to spending who knows how much on green energy. This will definitely be replicated through the world. Petrofac are in this field and I’m sure will look to expand their presence.. And of course the usual stuff we talk about which has a limited shelf life and may give us a huge bounce or a drop. Personally with all we know I think it looks favourable for Petrofac but as always it’s what we don’t know that gets us.....
petrich
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