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PRD Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc

10.25
-0.25 (-2.38%)
Last Updated: 09:00:28
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc LSE:PRD London Ordinary Share JE00BFZ1D698 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -2.38% 10.25 10.00 10.50 10.50 10.12 10.50 170,841 09:00:28
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 0 -2.56M -0.0045 -23.33 59.34M
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRD. The last closing price for Predator Oil & Gas was 10.50p. Over the last year, Predator Oil & Gas shares have traded in a share price range of 7.25p to 21.25p.

Predator Oil & Gas currently has 565,161,662 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Predator Oil & Gas is £59.34 million. Predator Oil & Gas has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -23.33.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/1/2024
10:32
Well true to form they have not updated on progress so I expect the next update to be the resource estimate or test results!At least that will stop traders getting an advantage
dave444
25/1/2024
08:34
The force is strong here.

"Site visit to Cory Moruga scheduled for 22 - 26 January to begin planning for well
workovers"

Are shareholders sure the site visit is taking place?

There has been no RNS to confirm the site visit is taking place.

So it might not have happened.

Even though it was supposed to happen.

My guess is that it did happen.

Who in their right mind would skip on a wax treatment?

Be careful.

helpfull
25/1/2024
07:39
Tenner Party. No idea about "we", but I certainly am - by looking at the share price action (and prices) towards close.
ohdearohdearohdear
24/1/2024
23:35
Ododod

24-Jan-24 16:40:19 10.90 675,000 Unknown* 10.75 11.50 73.58k
24-Jan-24 16:39:56 10.90 675,000 Unknown* 10.75 11.50 73.58k
Are we assuming these were buys?

tenner party
24/1/2024
19:46
A couple of good sized buys at the end. Accumulation continues.

News tmw morning i reckon.

ohdearohdearohdear
24/1/2024
16:15
Purple that's not what he wrote....ROFL epic tool
nametrade
24/1/2024
16:05
👉 👓 👈
dicko80
24/1/2024
14:42
900m reservoirs


ROFL

purple11
24/1/2024
13:33
Thanks Keith,obviously my calculations was best case 200m reservoir as we know FD have used a conservative 20m ,what is your figures based on 200m reservoir ?

Thanks black, so potentially I may be correct assuming 900m top of reservoir if plan is to drill 1100m TD,potential 200m reservoir

Cheers 👍

dicko80
24/1/2024
12:34
Afternoon all

Just PIs on the back of no RNS,you would have thought PG would have learnt from past mistakes! Maybe RNS tomorrow fingers crossed 🤞

Hi Mario

In regards to jurassic, I think it's the gas expansion factor ,I'm not sure how FD have arrived at that number

We know Mou4 came in at 1135m, but the Appraisal drill will be up-dip , I don't recall any depth mentioned for the new drill but previously my calculations were based on 900m depth to top of jurassic

200m reservoir x 0.20 porosity x 66% recoverable as CPR x 0.70 charge x 0.75 net PRD x 200 bar (gas expansion factor depth 900m x 3.28 / 14.71)

349,270,000,000

/ 35.3 =

9.89 TCF

Updated

200m reservoir x 0.20 porosity x 0.80 recoverable x 0.70 charge x 0.75 net to PRD x 126,000,000 x 200 gas expansion factor

423,360,000,000

/ 35.3

11.99 TCF

💥💥💥💥 8165;

dicko80
24/1/2024
11:16
Mario, unfortunately they do appear to be sells looking at the price action, there are other rounded trades that are also sells, so someone is definitely dumping which sucks!
enewman36
24/1/2024
10:48
all he was was another gambling clown who wiped out his account.

seen plently of that ilk come and go

purple11
24/1/2024
10:46
sure he had 5m

more like 50k

purple11
24/1/2024
10:29
Well we know Pro had 5m of these and something bad seems to have happened as he has totally vanished from the boards. Not all the 100ks are sells though.
mariopeter
24/1/2024
10:04
So much for this taking off this week, there is someone dumping in 100k blocks ffs
enewman36
24/1/2024
09:03
market commentary at its finest

xXTiPSXHEETSXx

see CR Thread

purple11
24/1/2024
09:02
so far im the only one that has called this to the tee.
purple11
24/1/2024
08:59
hit serious 12p resistance as predicted.
purple11
23/1/2024
20:10
From p35 of the prospectus. Refers to a review of MOU1 cuttings and how they compared to the free-flowing Gharb. This was all before the MOU3 and MOU4 results were known.



"Desktop Studies completed by the Company in 2022
Geophysical studies completed during 2022 further defined the gas signature of the Moulouya
Fan in MOU-1 at the depth of a corresponding formation gas show in the well.
278 kilometres of 2D seismic reprocessing was completed during 2022. A significant
improvement in the seismic imaging of the Moulouya Fan was achieved with improved
definition of faulting. The scale of the feature was also confirmed.
Reprocessing also assisted with the definition of small-scale faulting at the level of shallow
sands encountered in MOU-1 that recorded good formation gas shows. This reinforced the
high resolution NuTech petrophysical wireline log interpretation in 2021 indicating the
presence of good porosity with several thin separately sealed gas pays.
Biostratigraphic analysis and age dating of the MOU-1 well cuttings supported the pre-drill
hypothesis for the development of deeper water submarine fans of an analogous age to those
producing gas reservoirs in the Rharb Basin and in the Anchois offshore gas discovery.
Sedimentological analysis of the well cuttings from MOU-1 in the Moulouya Fan interval also
supported the potential for excellent reservoir quality in thin zones at the limit of conventional
wireline log resolution. In turn this helped to validate the NuTech high resolution petrophysical
analysis carried out in 2021.
Mineralogical analysis identified key geochemical markers that were consistent with the
environments of deposition of the submarine reservoirs and also with key stratigraphic
markers indicative of different phases of faulting, uplift and erosion, the timing and expression
of which were correlatable with similar regional events in the Rharb Basin and at Anchois in
the offshore.
Geochemical analysis of the MOU-1 well cuttings indicated levels of organic matter in the
claystones suitable for the potential, but as yet unproven, production of biogenic gas in the
deeper parts of the basin to the northwest of the MOU-1 well location as well as the potential
for migrated thermogenic gas.
A scoping comparison of MOU-1 reservoir and potential production characteristics was
undertaken by geological comparison with an analogous reference well in the Rharb Basin
drilled in 2015. The well test data for the offset reference well confirmed that thinly bedded
reservoir sands with poor conventional wireline log resolution and very low apparent gas
saturations (35 per cent.) based only on conventional log analysis could flow gas at
commercial rates for a CNG development. High resolution NuTech log analysis for MOU-1
gives a much truer representation of reservoir properties in the sands encountered in MOU-1
consistent with the gas deliverability achieved in the offset reference well.
Taken together all these desktop studies fully validated the early decision made in 2021 to
complete the MOU-1 well for rigless well testing.
Together the studies completed during 2022 provided the basis for selecting two new drilling
locations to test the Moulouya Fan in an area where the MOU-1 post-drill geological model
suggested thicker reservoir sands might be encountered and where seismically defined gas
signatures, based on the MOU-1 results, could be present."

mariopeter
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