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Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc LSE:PRD London Ordinary Share JE00BFZ1D698 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -0.75% 16.625 2,543,261 16:28:54
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.28 -1.20 41
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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17/6/2021
09:20
Predator Oil & Gas Daily Update: Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRD. The last closing price for Predator Oil & Gas was 16.75p.
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.75p and a 12 week average price of 11.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 22.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.65p.
There are currently 245,161,422 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,678,717 shares. The market capitalisation of Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc is £40,758,086.41.
10/6/2021
13:17
backbone and clingfilm: Thats drivel1 “PRD have Decimated the SP” Really? SP has x4 this year alone 4p —> 16p + and sits loftily near highs with a peak over 20p for a chance for a x5 for those that took it. And maybe mega multiples MORE if continue to hold. 2021 had been an investors DREAM here. Also. “Mmrs will hammer this knowing 10 mill share will hit the mkt.” Really? Do u know how minuscule 10 mill shares is? around 3%? Me and a couple of pi friends hold more. Do u know it was significantly oversubscribed? Wanting the share price lower might be ur agenda - or just pure ignorance of facts. I wish u a good day.
26/5/2021
08:34
hulltiger: Good mornimg,love them or hate them but share price have reiterated their strong buy for PRD.
24/5/2021
13:52
thatsmart1: From Malcy today: Predator Oil & Gas Predator has announced an operational update this morning updating on Morocco, Trinidad and Ireland. In Morocco, Following the successful completion of permitting and survey requirements, Predator Gas Ventures Morocco Branch (“PGVMB”) has awarded the contract for the construction of the MOU-1 well pad platform and the improvement and extension of up to 5 kilometres of access roads to Moroccan company Skayavers Sarl. Civil works are to start immediately to facilitate the commencement of drilling activities next month. In Trinidad at the Inniss-Trinity C02 EOR project C02 injection recommenced, after receiving all regulatory consents and permits, at the AT-5X well on 1 April 2021. By 18 May 159.7 metric tonnes of C02 had been injected, compared to 461.73 metric tonnes in 2020. Cumulative volume of C02 injected for 2020 and 2021 as of 18 May 2021 is 621.43 metric tonnes. C02 injection has only been conducted during daylight hours to align operational activity with local COVID-19 restrictions and recently introduced lockdown curfews. Based on the results of the 2020 Pilot C02 EOR project and reservoir engineering forecasts, it was estimated that an average daily C02 injection rate of 10 metric tonnes would be needed to increase reservoir pressures to the required level in order to optimise enhanced oil production. However based on the real-time downhole reservoir pressure data collected from 1 April to 18 May 2021, the rate of reservoir pressure build-up at AT-5X appears to be moderately more effective than the pre-injection forecasts predicted. This is despite the smaller cumulative volume of C02 injected compared to last year. As a consequence of these unexpected but positive results to date, the current C02 injection programme will remain unchanged, but closely monitored, for the immediate future. Based on the 2020 Pilot C02 EOR data, the potential impact of C02 injection on enhanced oil production will not be realised until at least 62 days from first C02 injection on 1 April 2021. Further analysis of the results and the impact on enhanced oil production at the monitoring well will therefore be carried out in June. Previously identified wells requiring workovers to return the wells to production will be prioritised at that time based on those wells showing the first response to cumulative C02 injection. With regards to the above the company has signed HOA’s for CO2 EOR services and a JV service entity project in Trinidad. Predator is also addressing Floating Storage and Regasification Units (“FSRU”) for importing LNG In Morocco and in Ireland. PGVMB is submitting a response to AMI No.1/DC/2021 dated 26 April 2021 issued by the Department of Energy and Mines Fuel Department in Morocco: “Call for expressions of interest in the Construction and operation of a FSRU” for Morocco to import LNG. Deadline for submissions is 31 May 2021. The initial scope of the FSRU project is for an annual requirement of 1.1 BCM by 2025 rising to 1.7 BCM in 2030 and 3 BCM in 2040. By comparison Predator LNG Ireland Ltd has a scoping annual requirement of 2.6 BCM for its FSRU design concept for the Republic of Ireland (“ROI”). PGVMB is utilising its experience and know-how that it has acquired through the development of its FSRU concept for security and diversity of energy supply for the ROI together with management’s involvement with infrastructure stakeholders and regulatory authorities developed over many years in the gas sector in the ROI. The FSRU project is envisaged to be a much longer term project that does not compete with the Company’s short- and medium-term plans to explore for, appraise and develop gas in its Guercif licence onshore northern Morocco. It is potentially a complementary addition to the Company’s business development strategy for Morocco to increase both materiality and the potential for future gas exports to Europe once the domestic Moroccan gas market reaches capacity. Guercif is ideally located adjacent to the Maghreb gas pipeline to support multiple development scenarios both for the domestic and international gas markets. Discussions and negotiations continue regarding the potential for three additional Collaboration Agreements with European companies specifically in relation to the FSRU concept both in the ROI and Morocco that potentially may lead to further announcements in the coming weeks should these discussions and negotiations successfully conclude on terms acceptable to the Company. Paul Griffiths, CEO of Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc commented: “The preparation of the MOU-1 drilling location is an important milestone paving the way for the drilling operations to start during June, subject to the timing of the completion of the current SDX Energy drilling programme in the Rharb Basin. However today’s announcement also shows that we continue to develop new business relationships and opportunities to ensure that we maintain the ability to attract substantive industry partners capable of financing key parts of our business development strategy when required to do so.” Due to its nature I have had to copy verbatim a good deal of the PRD announcements today but they are, in my view particularly important. The market is rightly concentrating on the upcoming drilling in Morocco and the share price is looking forward to that. Having said that investors are very aware that the other key parts of Predator in Trinidad and Ireland are also receiving as much attention from the board which it is most notably saying that ‘industry partners capable of financing key parts of our business development strategy when required to do so’ as Paul Griffiths has always promised. The shares have continued to do well and I think that there is more upside in a number of areas.
09/4/2021
13:38
thatsmart1: Not really ramping, he is stating a fact - it is scheduled to spud in June with 2 zones at 60% CoS. And a good discovery will send the share price into orbit. I'd say the odds are in favour of a discovery but DYOR. There is always risk. Sadaat Umar @sadaatumar · 29m #PRD All time high.... High impact well is scheduled to spud in June. Potential of multi bag on successful drill result. TXP did 10 baggers on major gas discovery; PRD has same potential. First well to target 4 zones; two of them have 60% CoS & 3rd zone 34% CoS
06/4/2021
17:19
thatsmart1: Nice post from GRH on reddit: 'GRH post from LSE on valuations: £4.21 - £27.52 per share Where is Michael Caine when you need him?...PART ONE20 Mar '21 Afternoon all... I said the other day that I would have a go at making the recent RNS a bit more ‘accessible217; Well....this is it...FWIW: That RNS (18th March) is the FIRST time we have seen PRD give us more detailed information about what Guercif could really be worth to shareholders. The RNS fills in many of the missing piece of the jigsaw for PRD/Morocco. We knew how much gas the company is targeting and now we know the value to PRD of much smaller example volumes of gas. NB: It is really important to stress that these are EXAMPLE volumes If we put the two together, we get a giant sized clue ... And we can estimate the value of the type of large discoveries that PRD are actually expecting (remember Paul’s grin!). The following is my own back of an envelope ‘try’ (timing?) at valuing Guercif using the PRD supplied data... I hope it starts a conversation here ... as I am sure that others will be able to improve on this. Here we go... So, we start with the value to PRD of a smallish EXAMPLE gas volume That would result in the extraction of 3.65 BCF per year over 10 years... again, that is an illustrative period This value (nett of operating and capital costs ...Opex and Capex) is given as $19.7m per year and that is AFTER deducting ONHYM’s 25% share. That is £14.17m per year (at FX: $1.39/£1). You can express that as a figure of £3.88m for every ONE BCF (I am not making this stuff up) That equates to 1.51 pence PER SHARE ...PER ONE BCF (with 257m shares in issue). Now ...take the target figures we have been given as the estimates of ‘gross recoverable prospective resources’ in Guercif: Low estimate ...279 BCF (RNS of 7th December 2020) Best estimate ...819 BCF (RNS of 7th December 2020 and 20th January 2021) High estimate ...1,823 BCF (RNS of 20th January 2021) Now ...apply the 1.51 pence per share per BCF (which already has a deduction for ONHYM’s 25% share) and we get: Low estimate discovery: £4.21 per share Best estimate discovery: £12.37 per share High estimate discovery: £27.52 per share Decent figures ...but hang on This is not the likely end valuation Of course, downwards adjustments have to be made for: NPV (the time value of money...it takes several years to extract the gas) A super large find may mean some international exports where prices could be lower than Moroccan industrial gas prices. (the way things are going... post Biden... I am revising my gas price assumptions...upwards) The possibility that not all of the “recoverable resources” can be recovered during the licence period or extensions thereof. Tax in Morocco will have to be paid eventually. Cost of Reserves Based Lending ... (or a partnering/farm deal) to finance further wells. PRD will need to leave something worthwhile for the buyer. But ... on the upside...' Hope you don't me adding it here GRH, let me know if you do.
30/3/2021
06:48
purple11: Hi Blackdogtaff,....just had a look, on the ADVFN board,....hope the poster does well, with PRD,....our PRD shareholdings, have performed very well for us, to date,....I have top sliced back to Free PRD shareholdings, plus Cash Profits, for the drill period,....positioning us to take advantage, of any potential duster outcome,.....PRD have a lot more, than just this drill,.....if its a commercial discovery, I have retained Free Core PRD shareholdings, plus Cash Profits, which I will enjoy trading PRD up with. In the interview, he seemed very confident, of a successful outcome with the drill, I hope this proves to be the case.....but if not, I have the down side scenario protected,...good luck to you all, with your strategies. BW
22/3/2021
11:40
croxie: how any shareholder bashes a share he/she apparently holds is beyond me....i am all for being disappointed about bad news in a RNS...and accept the risk/reward holding O&G exploration shares carry...But Purps...you keep bleating on about a 3/4p share price if its a duster...everyday...Why? you have told lies about the recent placing...why? you may get your 3/4p share price if Morocco doesn't deliver but you come across as a person with an agenda...and ignore any value in the share price for Trinidad or Ireland...both of which could deliver news before the Morocco spud
16/3/2021
09:52
jungmana: 15p was my spud target too but as reached today. As declared sold by last lot about 13p.I think prd share price is getting ahead of itself. Sdx are also in Morocco producing gas with good resource discoveries. Their market cap is about GBP 36m today . On top of that they produce in Egypt too.Prd at 15p is about same market cap as sdx and have yet to put a spade in the ground. No matter Ireland or Trinny in think right now about 10p GBP 25m market cap would be about right here. Then build up to 15p to 20p area by spud in June. But wdik. Lol
14/3/2021
11:47
rationaleee: An interesting take on the pre spud mcap view on lsefrom ct ;PRDs January RNS states when comparing PRDs prospect value onshore Morocco to recent Trinidad discoveries (think TXP);""Based on realising the maximum potential of the industrial market for gas in Morocco, one BCF of gas in Morocco is valued at up to ten times the equivalent value of one BCF of gas onshore Trinidad."So this suggests that, let's say on an extremely conservative basis if PRDs got 100 BCF onshore Morocco, it's equivalent to a c. 1 TCF of gas resource that TXP has got, in value!? So even on an extremely low side, PRDs 50 BCF hit would be equivalent to 500 BCF of TXP gas discovery... That suddenly changes the scale of the comparison people have been drawing against TXP, right? I.e. If TXP was valued at x pre/post drill that would equate to a value for PRD at x^10? "imo Dyor
07/3/2021
14:07
rationaleee: Pro - as KS said "if TXP hits something big..." can also be applied to PRD. TXP at 50p was low risk high reward... But now, TXP is potentially low risk and hence low reward, and could also be argued that anything short of spectacular at TXP means it's high risk and low reward and hence your risk averse might be backwards. PRD has a CEO who has 20% stake and has monetization of any discovery on the agenda...don't think TXPs CEO has that stake in TXP, and hence PG has all the incentives I.e. Via share price to get the reward in the short term than as cash flows and salary over the next decade. Obviously its IMO dyor and could be wrong.TXPs got the expectations high of market, resembling "youthful exuberance"? So if it proves up more discoveries it's got bit more upside but if not, then market cap will need to quantify that reality. So a potential for 30% jump or 20-30% drop at TXP seems fairly high risk, vs PRD especially if market underpins market cap for co2 EOR growth prospects? All to their own obviously...
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