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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petrotal Corporation LSE:PTAL London Ordinary Share CA71677J1012 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -0.71% 17.375 17.25 17.50 17.375 17.375 17.38 159,506 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 7.8 -4.2 0.8 23.1 143

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/4/2021
11:52
so basically 31mio in cash coming in for sure now, alone paying for 2 producers and one water injector. plus 30% of production guidance secured above 60$\bbl. I topped up a little bit with what I was able to secure out of the panr desaster yesterday.
thommie
20/4/2021
11:31
"Internally, financial and technical fundamentals have never been stronger, and our management team have many years of experience operating in different environments that transition politically. Peru has attracted material external global capital and we believe it will continue to remain an attractive jurisdiction for investment, following the results of the upcoming Peruvian elections."
johnroger
20/4/2021
10:48
hTTps://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/80940/ All oil (1.8m bbl) in ONP hedged. 1.2 million barrels of this years forecasted oil production hedged, representing 32% of forecasted production April 1-December 31. True-up payments of $31m expected from oil in ONP. Hedge prices of $60.60-$66.00. Year-end results being announced April 22.
doughcyclone
19/4/2021
06:07
Opinion Poll has Castillo in the lead https://www.eldiario.es/politica/pedro-castillo-le-saca-11-puntos-ventaja-fujimori-peru-sondeo_1_7834334.html This is a different report of the same poll which appears to have different figures (and be an automated translation of something). https://www.smallcapnews.co.uk/izquierdista-castillo-defeated-fujimori-on-the-first-ballot-in-peru/ This is the pollsters twitter feed https://twitter.com/ipsosperu?lang=en I have not been able to find the original document as yet and probably will get on with something else now anyway as the twitter feed identifies some of the key points. Here is a list of mining companies active in Peru https://www.miningglobal.com/supply-chain-and-operations/s2-resources-spinning-success It will be interesting to see what happens to the share price for those that have a material proportion of peruvian exposure. My own personal view is that Castillo will be held back to some extent by Congress, is fighting againt mathematics (and maths will in the long term win) and in any event is talking mainly about royalties which is not as adverse to business as Corbyn's policy in the 2019 General Election which actually involved seizing a proportion of listed companies.
johnhemming
18/4/2021
21:22
I think we can ignore that post as it seems to be referring to another stock.
doughcyclone
17/4/2021
19:22
One thing I particularly like about this stock is knowing what production is going on almost in real time.
johnhemming
17/4/2021
19:07
Interesting discussions. Im not really scared. btw it cant be far away when the deviated well will be finished as they are not doing a horizontal section at this one. expect lower initial rates compared to the last horizontal wells which yielded Initial production of around 5000-7000 bopd - for a few days at least :)afterwards they will drill a water disposal well and go one with another 3-4 horizontal wells.
thommie
17/4/2021
14:07
Your buy at 15.125p John?
johnroger
17/4/2021
09:59
I don't know and in the end it does not matter. I accept that he is not supporting him in the run off. When politicians talk to the media there are a lot of conversations that go on in the background that affect how things are reported. On the other hand at times the media will report things inaccurately. We cannot know. I would not have been surprised if he were flying a kite to see which way the wind blows. Frankly with the number of Venezuelan refugees in Peru (and the history with SL) it is surprising that so many people vote for hard left candidates. But this is South America.
johnhemming
17/4/2021
09:53
RLA never actually supported Castillo in the run-off, I read. He was misquoted/misinterpreted. What he meant was “if Castillo becomes president I will support him”. Big if. Basically just saying he respects democracy, nothing controversial.
doughcyclone
17/4/2021
09:43
Thanks to doughcyclone for pointing out that Lopez Aliaga reversed position yesterday morning. As I have said things change and it is worth being kept up to date with the most recent information. However, I don't spend all of my time researching Peru and I get information from a number of sources including doughcyclone and other posters on ADVFN. I also sleep and eat at times and don't spend all my time looking at ADVFN. I must admit I am midly miffed at people positing that I only post information that fits a particular narrative. However, in the end people come to their own conclusions. The challenge with investment decisions is to be able to decide when you have information that requires that you change your mind on an investment. I bought some shares at about 9.30am yesterday believing at the time that Aliaga would back Castillo even if only a third of his supporters would. Obviously if Castillo loses then there is a substantial reduction in investment uncertainty. As people may know I have some experience of politics and my guess would be that he would have been under substantial pressure from his supporters not to back Castillo and it is fair to describe Castillo having similar ideology to Chavez.
johnhemming
17/4/2021
00:15
I must say I’m quite surprised that our self-appointed Champion of Knowledge, Mr Scientia Potestas Est, didn’t come back here to correct his misinformation. After all, Lopez Aliagas tweet has been out for quite some time. Oh, well, I guess it didn’t fit the narrative.
doughcyclone
16/4/2021
19:56
hXXps://www.bloombergquint.com/business/peru-would-be-a-dicatorship-under-castillo-lopez-aliaga-warns
doughcyclone
16/4/2021
19:52
” In a tweet late Wednesday, Lopez, a conservative businessman, denied rumors that he had spoken to Castillo or planned to meet with his Free Peru party. “Popular Renovation will not support the party of Mr. Castillo because his governing plan will turn our country into a cruel dictatorship like Venezuela or Cuba,” Lopez wrote.” [...]
doughcyclone
16/4/2021
19:49
Re: the claim that Rafael Lopez Aliaga is supporting Castillo... its false. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-16/peru-would-be-a-dicatorship-under-castillo-lopez-aliaga-warns?utm_medium=social&cmpid%253D=socialflow-twitter-asia&utm_source=url_link&utm_content=asia&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic
doughcyclone
16/4/2021
17:40
In this case "hell" is a rerating of PTAL. I think it will happen, but a) I don't think postings on ADVFN have any substantial effect on share prices b) It won't happen until the uncertainty has dissipated. One of the issues is that whereas PIs like myself are willing to fight this sort of thing (if needs be) on an Article 1 Protocol 1 basis (I have done this before) there are people who are not interested in that and simply want the liquidity. Hence depending upon the movements towards the end game we would expect at least stalemate, quite a few players will fold. That is not something that is good for their balance sheets, nor good for the world as a whole (because the rule of law is important), but is what tends to happen.
johnhemming
16/4/2021
14:24
pandere uiam infernum honeste (the road to hell is paved with good intentions... and share price falls)
sleveen
16/4/2021
13:55
Excellent. Buffy
buffythebuffoon
16/4/2021
13:05
You think I am deliberately trying to drive down the price. I think I am providing information that is useful to other posters without any intention of driving the price down. It is my expectation that the price will at least remain around 15p whilst Hadron sell and then could either go up or down. If Castillo wins which is possible, but unlikely, then I would expect the price to go further down. It happens that I bought a little more today and I have some contingent purchases set up in case the price takes a dive at a time when I am not looking at the market (most of the time). This is the internet. People disagree. There is no reason why you have to agree with me. People who understand how the market works will recognise that I am not intending to sell the stock. Hence I cannot see how anyone would conclude that I am doing anything other than providing what I and others think is useful information. However, if you make any further comments in relation to this issue I will simply filter you and not respond further.
johnhemming
16/4/2021
12:43
“ I use that particular Latin phrase because it expresses the advantage of having knowledge.” I know what the Latin meant, and I know what you were inferring; which you wasted no opportunity in spelling out. I asked why someone would write a phrase in a foreign language when the purpose of any post is to communicate with others. As I speak Italian (with fluent comprehension when my wife speaks Sicilian)I also get the gist of anything spoken or written in Spanish, but that’s not what we are discussing. I didn’t have you down as someone who had trouble with comprehension, yet you avoiding the question makes me wonder. I was happy to let it go but clearly you have the sort of personality that won’t let you. People want you to post repeatedly at length (not just links) so fine. I said nothing more. Keep having a jibe and I’ll keep repeating the fact that it will suit you if the price drops as you want to buy more. The fact that you mask this under the guise of being a very helpful educated poster is probably worse than if you were one of our less intelligent posters who is only too obvious in their aim. Buffy
buffythebuffoon
16/4/2021
09:00
>Why do they do that John do you think? I use that particular Latin phrase because it expresses the advantage of having knowledge. I accept that we disagree on on this point. However, when I asked whether people wanted more knowledge or less the majority agreed with me that more knowledge is helpful. I have, therefore, continued to provide information. For example a little knowledge of Latin assists with understanding the Latin languages such as Spanish which is spoken in Peru. Although I normally use Google Translate to translate Peruvian web pages I do understand sufficient Spanish to get the gist of what the pages mean.
johnhemming
16/4/2021
08:05
Nam et ipsa scientia potestas est. Indeed, and with Google everyone can understand it, but I still don’t understand why people persist in using quotes in another language. Why do they do that John do you think? Buffy
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