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Petroneft Resources Plc LSE:PTR London Ordinary Share IE00B0Q82B24 ORD EUR0.01 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.10 3.00 3.20 3.10 3.10 3.10 253,380 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.2 -2.7 -0.4 - 33

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07/10/2015
15:33
6-7p I'll take that...anyways plenty of accumulation again. Bring on the next holding rns imo, dyor.
ravin146
07/10/2015
15:21
Toon Most on this BB seem to share your views.Db however is a supporter of the old crew but I for one do not share his admiration for their achievements. The share price is the measure the market uses and it is now at or near to a fifty two week low.The inability to deliver on their own guidance is really too embedded in this BOD for them to ever change.Oil India cannot be too impressed by our old boys performance to date and may want a change at the top sooner than some here think. Natlata have been very quiet for a while but lets see if they or friends are in the market at current levels. VGLTA
seangwhite
07/10/2015
14:36
crudde99. A low ball bid from the Russians I would imagine circa 5 or 6p initial bid don't think many would accept that though. I do think 8p or 9p in this market well a lot would snap the hands off as much as I would like 10 or 12p it aint happening. As much as Db puts the case forward for the incumbent Directors and I have to agree they have been at the mercy of market forces/oil prices which was not of there making but the incompetence or let's call it dilatory management over the years makes this something I think the majority would just like to move on to something new this is just tired, I cannot see us ever getting full value from this share unless the Oil india lot make a full bid maybe then we could get circa 10 or 12,me I will take 8 or 9 now got other fish to fry.
thetoonarmy2
07/10/2015
08:29
I'm long term so not watching the SP….more interested in the reports.
granto2
07/10/2015
07:20
Ravin - which large oil co? Above is for AIM.
steelwatch
07/10/2015
06:46
ravin.. from above directors and other PDMRs are still prohibited from dealing if there is undisclosed inside information. What about the seismic that has been done on both licences ?.
dbarr0n
07/10/2015
04:54
Dbarron thanks, but from that I thought I check out a large oil player. Non stop drilling etc...director buying is carried out. ?! Edit: @Steel, surely the rules are teh same with any listed company, i was looking at Bp plc. Edit: @Dbarron apologies, didn't realise the seismic data is out, its just not been interpreted and published yet. Nonetheless, it is becoming silly that directors have not bought/not allowed to buy. I'd like to see their salary+bonus over the last year, as I believe there should not be a penny in bonuses unless as shares, even the latter is ridiculous considering the share price has pumped and been dumped.
ravin146
06/10/2015
21:15
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/companies-and-advisors/aim/advisers/rules/aim-rules-for-companies.pdf Restriction on deals 21. An AIM company must ensure that its directors and applicable employees do not deal in any of its AIM securities during a close period. In addition, the purchase or early redemption by an AIM company of its AIM securities or sale of any AIM securities held as treasury shares must not be made during a close period. This rule will not apply, however, where such individuals have entered into a binding commitment prior to the AIM company being in such a close period where it was not reasonably foreseeable at the time such commitment was made that a close period was likely and provided that the commitment was notified at the time it was made. The Exchange may permit a director or applicable employee of an AIM company to sell its AIM securities during a close period to alleviate severe personal hardship. http://www.out-law.com/page-11693 Directors and other PDMRs must not deal in shares during a ‘close period’, that is the period of 60 days before the announcement of annual results or the publication of the annual report (or, if shorter, the period from the end of the financial year to the announcement or publication). In the case of half-year results, it is the time between the end of the half year and the date of publication. If a company reports quarterly, the close period is 30 days before each announcement or, if shorter, the period between the end of the quarter and publication. (The same restriction does not apply to the company’s interim management statement, though a cautious approach would impose a similar 30-day ban on dealing.) This is a simple prohibition: it is taken as read that, during those periods when financial results are being prepared, senior personnel are likely to have price-sensitive information. Outside those periods, directors and other PDMRs are still prohibited from dealing if there is undisclosed inside information. (See: Disclosure of price-senstive information, an OUT-LAW guide.) This might be news of a possible takeover, a significant share issue or a big contract win or loss. Directors who want to deal in their company’s shares must first get consent from their chairman or from another director appointed for the purpose. The same rule applies to the company secretary. If the chairman wants to deal, he should seek permission from the chief executive, and vice versa. Other PDMRs must apply to the company secretary or a director designated for the purpose. In each case, consent should not be given during a close period or when inside information exists, even if the person wanting to deal has no knowledge of it. In any event, directors and other PDMRs should not deal in their company’s shares on considerations of a short-term nature. An investment of less than one year’s duration will be considered short-term, and consent to deal should always be refused in such a case. These rules can be broken only where the person wanting to deal does not in fact have any inside information and can show they are in severe financial difficulty or there are other exceptional circumstances (such as a legal requirement to sell). In that case, the FSA has to be consulted before permission is given. Requests for clearance and the consent or refusal should be in writing, and records should always be kept. Having been given clearance, you should deal as soon as possible and, in any event, within two business days. Miss that time limit, and you have to re-apply. Directors and other PDMRs need to ensure that people connected with them, such as family members, and investment managers making investment decisions on their behalf, are aware of and follow these restrictions.
dbarr0n
06/10/2015
21:12
Well someone is still accumulating...in a falling sp, so telegraph it may be the two largest holders. Let's wait for the next holding rns to confirm this though. Imo dyor
ravin146
06/10/2015
20:17
I think this price is being played down and we will get some form of low ball bid soon
telegraph1
06/10/2015
20:12
If this hits 3p I'd like a rns explaining bod view on fall or re-assurance with positive well result. External factors like oil price and Russia is out of bod's control.Dbarron this is a oil company, this closed period scenario will mean if drilling is what the business is about, directors can rarely buy shares and give shareholders any confidence. They've not bought in years! Anyone have a official regulatory lineon this 'closed period'?
ravin146
06/10/2015
17:12
toon - could also be some bleed off into Serica or similar.
steelwatch
06/10/2015
16:49
thetoon..... what would you consider to be a "low ball" bid...?? And what would a perceived bid have to be in order to coax the average Ptr shareholder on side...??
crudde99
06/10/2015
16:46
Nah not bogeyman. It's Russia related selling or just selling. Hit another recent low. 3p could be on the cards here as I can't see the Russia intervention in other countries, a positive.Imo
ravin146
06/10/2015
16:11
Steelwatch think you got it in your second comment:) think the price is being played by a few people and maybe DB is right if we get a bid it will be low ball which no one wants. Oil $48.50 get through 24 hrs at that next chart resistance evel is $55 hopefully!
thetoonarmy2
06/10/2015
15:55
Oil up 5% today and good old Ptr back 7%.... what is new....!!! I think that 3p was Ptr's all time low so PERHAPS it is worth hanging on in the hope of more upside momentum in the months ahead than further downside risk....!!
crudde99
06/10/2015
15:43
ravin - either adverse reaction to military action, or, perish the thought, could it be some price manipulation by the bogeyman?
steelwatch
06/10/2015
15:23
Anyone care to explain today's collapse...Russia related?
ravin146
06/10/2015
12:21
Db By the time our dear old BOD make a move to purchase a few shares their months salaries could buy a fair chunk of the equity. Not looking good for the future with a drop of 8% in one day. VGLTA
seangwhite
06/10/2015
11:39
dbarron at this rate a low ball bid in comparison to NAV may better and walk away lol
ravin146
06/10/2015
11:22
WoW..... well down again today.... !!! Does someone know something that the rest of us don't....??
crudde99
05/10/2015
22:25
Spudders.. If Natlata make a bid (which I doubt they will) it will be a low ball one, Don't think many if any here would be happy with their offer. As far as I can see, there can be no director deals till after the reserve report is published and the current drilling is completed. There should be a window in the new year before they start drilling at Arbuzovskoye south.
dbarr0n
05/10/2015
20:15
Db - I like a good moan, keeps me happy 😃 Many of us who invested in DGO made a reasonable return when it was taken private, but funnily enough now it's owned by the previous major shareholder, all the doom and gloom they were feeding investors has now disappeared and its full steam ahead. PTR may well go the same way, I am very concerned Natlata have such a large holding and some management hold less shares than many here. Surely, if managment have confidence in the company going forward they would add too their holdings as they earn good salaries. Put your money where your mouth is comes to mind. I will continue to hold for now. ATB
spudders
05/10/2015
18:01
It's hard to see how the Company can do anything to raise profitability.A reserves upgrade could help but if the extraction rate stays low it is hard to see how anyone would want to bid on PTR.The main holder Natlata seems stuck and must be hurting at the current share price Db and other supporters of the BOD might have different views.VGLTA
seangwhite
05/10/2015
18:00
I am holding on for a bid as we have good reserves and they are likely to increase at the year end on an updated reserves report. Even if current management are unable to exploit the full potential of the licence, I am sure there are many operators that believe they can do better, much better. Any bid considered!!
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