Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petroneft LSE:PTR London Ordinary Share IE00B0Q82B24 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.125p 32,221 08:00:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.10p 1.15p 1.125p 1.10p 1.125p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.27 -1.74 -0.34 8.0

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21/3/201914:54PETRONEFT RESOURCES - Siberian Oil Explorer & Producer32,225
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Petroneft Daily Update: Petroneft is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PTR. The last closing price for Petroneft was 1.13p.
Petroneft has a 4 week average price of 1.10p and a 12 week average price of 1.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.10p.
There are currently 707,245,906 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 111,765 shares. The market capitalisation of Petroneft is £7,956,516.44.
kevjones2: Quite an achievement there, Hang ten, when one considers that EME's share price is worth less than half of what it was 24 months ago. It has plummeted in the timeframe you refer to.
telegraph1: Should help share price
woodpecker25: It's basically all nonsense, surely all publicly traded companies are potentially for sale at multiples of their share price! No mention of these phantom acquisitions they have been talking of the past few years...? What a surprise. Business as usual then! i.e. collect salaries and watch share price dwindle...
ravin146: So Dbarron has yet to answer... Though this is the poster who only posts in ptr... And the only one who made a profit when the share price had fallen and he was NOT shorting Lol Posts questions on here and then vanishes! Hopefully we get a reply soon!
loganair: Hopefully will make PTR share of their licenses which they may sell worth more.
grannyboy: RCT..Yes ravin's adept at that in zen...he claims to have sold out of zen on a spike up at 11p, then claimed he had put some away in the drawer...he thought he was the bees knees until I reminded him that the share price has more than halved resulting in the 'draw shares' losing all the profit he thinks he made on the spike up.. He's not the brightest bulb in the socket.
grannyboy: ravin(lunatic) is no economist or third rate accountant...the fool has stated on the zen thread that 'he sold out of zen on the spike up to 11p....but kept a few in the drawer' Even IF his claims are!!..the fool fails to point out..since he 'sold out' at 11p but kept a few in the bottom drawer, the zen share price has fallen more than eliminating his claims of still being in profit in these!!!.
dubhgeannain: Remember when the share price used to drift up in anticipation of a production update? Simpler times. Interest in this share looks to be at an all time low ebb.
skduk: In my view, the management have behaved unethically by continuously inserting the clause that any change in management affects the Oil India deal. For those that have worked in companies, I can assure you that management has inserted this clause for their own benefit, that is to protect their jobs and continue drawing salaries, regardless of performance. Such things unfortunately happen in business, and we have this situation here. I believe that management have got used to believing they are worth their salaries and not prepared to let this go. It is very believable that management would have approached Oil India to put this condition in as a way to protect themselves and keep them in jobs for the long term. Natlata should approach Oil India and ask them if they would be willing to work with them, and the answer surprisingly may be a YES. It astounds me that management with comparatively so few shares of their own can behave this way. I would suggest allowing Natlata a chance to oust management as they have now built up a considerable stake and they deserve the right to manage this to get a return on their investment for themselves as well as us. Let's think of it this way: if you had a business stake of around 30% that you built up and management only had a fraction of that and years of underperformance, what would you do? I fear that allowing the status quo to remain in place will only mean we will be back here for another discussion after the share price is much higher* * Much higher? Don't get your hopes up! That be due to the share price falling to sub 1p, and a subsequent share consolidation which management will no doubt try to spin as a positive to enhance the effect of a higher share price and increased liquidity, when in actual fact, such a thing IS ALWAYS DONE TO ENABLE A COMPANY TO FURTHER DILUTE SHAREHOLDERS AS PLACINGS CANNOT TAKE PLACE WHEN A COMPANY'S SHARE PRICE FALLS BELOW PAR VALUE. I truly wish all investors the best of luck here. I was a former investor here when I watched the share price fall from 60p to 15p (invested at 16p, got out at 2.5p, lost a lot!) a while back when Dennis Francis (at a share price of 15p) gave a presentation two weeks prior to a RNS stated that he was confident of hitting the production targets, only for the RNS to reveal the disappointment of failure. I had used that presentation as a decision maker to invest trusting the management, but have since learned that you can only trust RNS statements and not presentations. Heck, with this company, and all their transformative progress promised over the years, you cannot even trust this company's RNSs. Some may accuse me of sour grapes, because of the scale of my loss. There will be those who invested at even higher levels with more substantial losses too. Please accept this commentary for informational purposes only. It is not intended as advice, and is only intended to bring balance to thought in what investors should do, and in my opinion, it is not wise to write of Natlata from the start.
seangwhite: Looks like DF did not call the bottom for the PTR share price. with his last purchase. This could be under 2p soon if any reasonable sized seller appears.Hopeless market in E&Ps for now and if the expected Sib increase in reserves is announced now the share price could even slip further on what should be good news.Funny old world.VGLTA
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