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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
  0.20 2.15% 9.50 611,478 08:49:01
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.28 -1.20 21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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08/3/2021
08:20
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 9.30p.
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.65p and a 12 week average price of 3.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 217,239,675 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,801,464 shares. The market capitalisation of Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc is £19,986,050.10.
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...
07/3/2021
13:30
mynameiskhan: I personally think, there is no point for comparison between TXP & PRD. Both are totally different companies, with different assets in different countries. Both have positive and negative things.TXP market cap is relatively high but has big gas discoveries. They are currently involved in testing process. I think, geologically TXP is relatively low risk. However, if anything goes below market expectations then share price might drop by 20-30%PRD market cap is very low, and have diversified assets. But, they need to drill Morocco well and derisked it. Any good discovery in Morocco will be easy multi bag potential but anything below commercial discovery, markets will not like at all.
01/3/2021
14:34
swanvesta: "think I’ll state a PRD bull case over on TXP." It's been done already. Why do you think PRD has doubled so quickly? ;-) But I agree, I can't see what TXP's current state of play has to do with PRD. At least not until PRD has a discovery.
01/3/2021
08:17
backbone and clingfilm: Green name change incoming? PRD is a green company. Not a lot of investors know that. Here’s why... The headline on the PRD home page reads “ Buliding a responsible fossil fuel company” PRD is a green stock. Let that sink in coz a lot of potential investors don’t realise that to be the case. They want exposure to the green sector but stop short of PRD wen they see oil n gas in the company name. All 3 assets here come under the green umbrella - even gas is the cleanest of the fossil fuels and will be in increasing demand as dirty coal and oil is phased out PRD is “starting̶1; to be viewed as a green energy stock. That’s an incredibly important shift in perception in the booming green energy sector.. Maybe a subtle name change will hurry it along
15/2/2021
14:06
rationaleee: Swanvesta - point of the post was txp has decided that it will be going ahead with being a producer hence need to be classed and compared against other producers where ever they might be adjusting for geography or balance sheet discount. TXP has not decided to monetize a big chunk of its discovery but aiming to generate fcf over the years ahead. So market maybe is not bringing forward all that value and it can't fully be brought forward unless txp receives a bid for its discoveries. For a producer future fcf value of the reserves and the price discovery for the share price will all depend on the value realization time window. Plus getting a £350 MN + market company to double or treble would need a lot of institutional investors firepower vs let's say prd or DELT All IMO dyor
15/2/2021
12:18
rationaleee: Pro - TXPs share price has gone up 1000%+ and with a 360 MN market cap. Even at £4 per share txp is 800mn market cap company which would need massive II interest to push it up there. Do you think PRD is where TXP was when their share price was around 20-30p levels? Txp has obviously derisked a lot hence it's priced at 1000% higher than a year or so ago. It will have another odd 100%+ at say £4 per share imo. Anyway it's all about upside in a stock and time frame for it...What are your thoughts on PRDs Morocco prospect - do you see it doing another TXP? Cheers
15/2/2021
04:26
pro_s2009: As I was into PRD at circa 1.8p levels, going to take some profits this week as we are now over 6p. Lock them in and pump them into TXP (which is my favorite long term holding) Why ? Well simply, its a lot of profit and with the rising oil/gas prices there is strength to sell into. Also, Paul has said he wants to drill a few wells in Morocco, and not just have a single well. With the current excellent share price performance I do wonder if he might be tempted to raise additional funds to turn the current planned 1 well into perhaps 3 wells........ He would not raise again below 4p imo, but with a share price now 6p its going to get tempting imo. So not out completely, but certainly will take some profits and reduce the risk.
23/1/2021
09:00
purple11: Predator Oil & Gas (PRD ) has returned ‘very encouraging’ results from its Pilot CO2 EOR Project ("Pilot CO2 EOR") in the Inniss-Trinity field onshore Trinidad. The project is focused on a single reservoir sand of the five producing Herrera reservoirs in the Inniss-Trinity Field, the Herrera #2 Sand, and a part of the field, the "AT-4 Block", representing around 10% of the total area potentially available for CO2 EOR injection. It is designed to demonstrate safe injection of anthropogenic CO2, to allow for sufficient lag time post-injection for reservoir pressure to stabilise and to collect oil viscosity data. The oil and gas group intends to use the results from the project to evaluate and calibrate the pre-injection desk-top production forecast and the CO2 EOR commercial model. The initial results, when calibrated against the pre-Pilot desktop production profile forecast for the Herrera #2 Sand, are currently predicted to be at the upper end of the P50 to P10 range (243 to 547 bopd respectively) for the three production monitoring wells in the forecasts. The results also confirmed the potential of CO2 sequestration at the project. It saw a CO2 pressure response in 5 monitoring wells during operations which potentially warrants adding 3 additional production wells to the CO2 EOR expanded programme as insurance against any future operational issues requiring well workovers for producing wells and allowing for variations in reservoir performance in any particular production well. Despite several challenges posed - including but not limited to, the unforeseen COVID-19 pandemic and electrical power outages influencing the efficiency of the Inniss-Trinity field operations - the objectives of the group’s Pilot CO2 EOR have been successfully achieved. In the Pilot CO2 EOR operations, Predator said its commercial model has been strengthened by optimising operating costs and the rise in West Texas Intermediate oil price. The company added that pre-Pilot CO2 EOR success has de-risked CO2 EOR in Trinidad and has provided the commercial, environmental and technical model for future projects. "The excellent results from the Pilot CO2 EOR project, despite a challenging operational environment due to COVID-19, has de-risked the case for CO2 EOR and established the Company as the ground-breaking leader in CO2 EOR expertise and delivery onshore Trinidad and within the wider Caribbean region,” said Paul Griffiths, CEO of Predator Oil & Gas. He added, “Results more than just support pre-Pilot CO2 EOR forecasts and create a solid foundation for expanding production growth over the next twelve months. Expanding our successful CO2 EOR business can be achieved by increasing production revenues and also by offering fee-paying services to other operators with profit-sharing entitlements.” Griffiths added that PRD’s Guercif drilling plans are targeting Q2 2021 for the execution of a potentially transformational exploration well to coincide “with a time when the potential to establish a pivotal position in the Moroccan gas market has never been stronger.” The company informed investors that “production growth, cash in the bank and restricted cash” will provide the group with the funds required to execute its 2021 work programmes. Positive news from PRD to start 2021 is welcome and goes some way to underpinning the share price appreciation over the past three months, which has increased from 3.0p in November 2020 to open at 3.8p following this announcement. With the objectives of the Pilot CO2 EOR successfully achieved and the production profile forecast is at the upper end of the P50 to P10 range (243 to 547 bopd respectively) for the three production monitoring wells included in the forecasts, the outlook for PRD is increasing positive for 2021. Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc PRD.L Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc GBX 4.170 0.070 (1.71%) At close Nov Dec 2021 3.0 3.5 4.0 Reasons to Follow PRD Predator has an established portfolio of assets in proven oil and gas regions and in countries in which the management team have significant operational knowledge and expertise. A CO2 enhanced Oil Recovery project in Trinidad, which the Directors expect will provide early cash flow and CO2 sequestration capacity Predator has established a portfolio of assets in proven oil and gas regions and in countries in which the management team have significant operational knowledge and expertise. The portfolio consists of: A CO2 enhanced Oil Recovery project in Trinidad, which the Directors expect will provide early cash flow and CO2 sequestration capacity An exciting and material gas exploration project onshore Morocco adjacent to a major gas pipeline; and 2 significant gas exploration and appraisal projects offshore Ireland close to existing infrastructure with the potential to utilise infrastructure for strategic gas storage and LNG imports Predator recently submitted plans to commission a non-fixed, floating LNG offshore facility with the potential to develop “Europe’s largest gas storage facility” to contribute to Ireland’s security of energy supply as a pragmatic solution to the transition towards a “soft landing” renewable energy economy that protects jobs and the economy; facilitates tax revenues; and is sensitive to reducing CO2 emissions by gas replacing oil and coal and securing infrastructure and storage sites for longer term CO2 sequestration. Its proposed LNG FRSU project will be located at Ireland's first commercial gas find, the Kinsale gas field, which is close to being decommissioned after 40 years in operation. The Company recently set a target for achieving first gas deliveries from its proposed floating LNG import terminal off the coast of Ireland in 2024. In Morocco, Predator maintains a drill-ready status for the MOU-1 Prospect at Guercif and can reinstate the operational planning and execution once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Plans are advancing in anticipation of commencing drilling operations as early as possible in 2Q21 in expectation of an accelerated international roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine. Guercif offers the only near-term drilling activity with a rig in-country capable of exploiting the commercial opportunity offered by the wider Moroccan gas market. The company said the prospect’s High Estimate gross prospective recoverable gas has increased to 1,823 BCF
12/11/2020
07:29
pro_s2009: Breshnev........ well done. The market is the market......buyers and sellers.....so a share price can fall or rise on minimal selling volume. And it rises back just as fast. Its always best to be focused ahead....... know why you purchased the stock and provided nothing has changed.....you ignore the share price movements in between and concentrate on the events ahead that you got in for. Traders will always try to talk people into selling and buying stocks......thats what they want, prices going up and down..........they hate people who buy and hold.....does not suit their desires for lots of up and down movements. With stocks like PRD.....its bargain cheap below 6p. It could be anywhere from 15p to 25p in 6 months time ahead of drilling. The market cap is currently so low.......crazy low for a company with the projects PRD has, and fully funded for their Morocco drill.
27/10/2020
08:37
pro_s2009: If we look at PRD. Massive gas prospects - massive upside from a lowly 7m market cap. Funded for 1 well - looking to farm out for multi-well. --------- PANR Massive oil prospects - current market cap 187m. Not funded for any wells, have to raise money or farm out. ------- BPC Large oil prospects - current market cap 97m. Part funded for 1 well, need to use CLN. When you compare current market caps, noting PRD are looking at over 1 TCF recoverable........ you can see why the upside potential on PRD is staggering. 20 bagger, 30 bagger on success is possible from the current 3p share price (just 7m market cap). And PRD are funded for the 1 well........... in cash. If they can farm out for multi well then even better.
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