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PRD Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc

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Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc PRD London Ordinary Share
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No dividends issued between 24 May 2014 and 24 May 2024

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Posted at 16/5/2024 15:19 by 2dinvestor
I think you mean PRD get it after SOU?SDX are drilling later in the year.
Posted at 16/5/2024 14:55 by mariopeter
Keith, heavy drill mud was used on MOU 4 and formation damage is predicted according to the annual report. Let’s hope sandjet does the job. No formation damage at shallower gas level....think that's MOU 4..

Chariot announced yesterday that they have p and a’d their first of two drills . I expect the drill rig back at PRD in cc 2 to 3 weeks for the MOU 5 drill.
Posted at 01/5/2024 12:16 by john henry
Let's be honest operationally PRD are Fing useless.
Posted at 01/5/2024 09:48 by mariopeter
Had a look at Char, PRD and SOU. Only PRD has mentioned a rig contract and on that basis we should be drilling the MOU 5 appraisal well imminently.

Surprised the LSE satellite men are not scouring the MOU 5 location.
Posted at 01/5/2024 07:59 by ohdearohdearohdear
Great news this morning!

Also, was listening to the Sound investor call. Their CEO is hoping that the Star Valley rig will head towards Tendrara after SDX is done with it. Will be interesting to see where it actually goes............PRD, Char, SOU..........
Posted at 23/4/2024 10:53 by mariopeter
Curious what any UK government has to do with PRD?
Posted at 08/4/2024 17:10 by ohdearohdearohdear
Bed and ISA'd some prd shares from trading account to the share isa account (through Lloyds). Not too impressed I have to say. Started with 177K....ended up with 163K! I could have done better than that myself...
Posted at 08/2/2024 13:21 by mariopeter
Real possibility of selling Morocco after MOU5 drilled and tested. That is what the LSE board is referring to. They have been talking about a corporate event in Morocco for some time now. PG can retire and work on Ireland and Trinidad .

In Ireland I would be surprised if PRD have not been approached by Fortress who have been let down badly by Minister Ryan on their onshore Shannon LNG terminal. I do note the High Court have allowed Fortress to challenge the planning refusal at Shannon and quite rightly too as Fortress promised no fracked gas and it was refused because the gas was to be fracked!

Will be an election in Eire probably in the next 12 months and should Sinn Fein reach government ( the others have to unite against them in a very strange coalition with the Greens to keep them out as indeed they had the most votes) they may well reopen Kinsale where PRD have a huge discovery (1TCF or so). I can tell you that other policies of Sinn Fein make me think they may be a credible government in the next election.

Put it this way any government without the Greens would be good for PRD.
Posted at 28/1/2024 00:38 by kq1
I put this on lse in response to questions about mentions of Oxfordian in the ITR.

* What does it mean? Oxfordian refers to a geological time period159-154 Ma (million years before present), and therefore is classed as Upper Jurassic. Much of the early geological work was done in the UK, and hence many terms are UK-based - in this case the sequence of rocks around Oxford. They were formed around the start of the formation of the Atlantic in a shallow shelf sea with gradually rising sea levels, and consist mostly of mud / claystone, with a few interleaved sandstones and limestones, including reefs. These are sometimes hydrocarbon reservoirs in southern England. Much thicker limestone and sandstone sequences of Oxfordian age are found in the Gulf of Mexico, and form one of the world's most productive h/c systems.

* What's this got to do with Guercif? That was my first question! I was aware that in the Essaouira Basin in southern Morocco there are fractured carbonate reservoirs of Mid-Oxfordian age, with hydrocarbons sourced from underlying organic-rich Lower Oxfordian shales, and traps formed from underlying Triassic salt diapirs. But it has been assumed that there are no Oxfordian-age rocks around Guercif - take a look at the geological sequence on p.14 from this document from ONHYM (loads very slowly) hxxps://

You can see there is a discontinuity between 161 - 97 Ma - meaning that rocks of this age (including Oxfordian) have been eroded away and are missing from the geological sequence. So I was very puzzled to read for the first time that PRD is investigating Oxfordian age prosects.

* So, what is going on? Remember that PRD were conducting fieldwork looking at Jurassic outcrops around Guercif? I suspect that they discovered that some of the 'missing' rock strata were actually still there, and had characteristics that could make them viable h/c prospects. A couple of you have picked up on the considerable detail about historic drill holes - two of these (MSD-1 & TAF-1X) went right down to the Lower Jurassic, so if the Upper Jurassic was actually there, they should have recorded it. TAF-2 & KDH-1 may also have picked up some traces of Oxfordian. I assume that PRD has been in discussions with ONHYM about this new potential opportunity, and detailed historic well logs have been released and examined.

* What does this mean for PRD? MOU-4 found the original Jurassic target 200m lower than expected - the prospect map has now been substantially updated in the ITR compared to the last CPR. It now appears likely that a second Upper Jurassic (Oxfordian) prospect lies stacked on top of the Lower Jurassic carbonate reef that we were calling MOU-NE / Titanosaurus, and other previously unidentified Oxfordian prospects are also on the licence area. MOU-5 will target the new stacked prospects.

* Conclusion - we're going to need a bigger boat.
Posted at 07/11/2023 07:20 by jungmana
Fantastic news ;Field Development Plan ("FDP")"PRD has outlined an amended FDP to the MEEI which includes up to 20 development wells to be drilled over 3 years from completion of the Initial Work Programme.A long-term production potential for the fully developed Cory Moruga field of 5,000 to 9,000 bopd (100% equity - PRD net 83.8%) was presented to the MEEI.PRD also presented to the MEEI a possible longer-term miscible CO2 EOR scheme which could be implemented at the appropriate time in the FDP after a period of primary oil recovery.PRD at its discretion can advance the timing of implementation and execution of any or all of the elements of its proposed amended FDP if warranted and subject to MEEI consent and regulatory approvals."

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