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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.25 79,087 08:00:22
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3.20 3.30 3.275 3.20 3.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -1.28 -1.20 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:20:37 O 76,687 3.26 GBX

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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 3.25p.
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.85p and a 12 week average price of 2.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.85p 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 1,222,926 shares. The market capitalisation of Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc is £7,060,289.44.
tinker10: I disagree that Trinidad and Ireland are a waste of time, but even if we ignore them, I don't see why the share price would halve, when the delay to Morocco should already be priced in. Unless the lockdown is extended of course, but given the vaccine progress the risk of that should be diminishing. Who knows what the short term price movements will be, my guess is that it will stay in the 3-4p range without news. That makes it a hold I reckon based on Morocco alone, with potential upside if general market optimism continues.
pro_s2009: Breshnev........ well done. The market is the market......buyers and 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 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.
pro_s2009: The PRD proposals will be kicked around and finally everyone knows they need a cleaner transition energy for 30 years and that is gas. And PRD proposals openly state "no fracked gas" unlike the others......which is why ultimately the PRD proposals will get approval imo. Everyone will accept ultimately they need it, and then choose the most "green" version of LNG......which are the PRD proposals.
pro_s2009: Need to stop thinking about pence......the pence per share is relative to the market cap. Dont get fooled by, its 3p so 6p is a big gain and too much......look at the market cap of the company. BPC was over 100m market cap last year. AAOG got to near 100m market cap ahead of their failed well. 88E got to 100m market cap ahead of their failed well. MATD was around 70m market cap during their failed drill sequence. 100m market cap for PRD is 46 pence a share. If PRD get to just 50m market cap........that is 20p a share. So given the massive upside on success if Morocco comes in with over a TCF of recoverable gas potential.........why should PRD not get to 50m market cap, or even 100m market cap........their drill will now be slap bang during the recovery from flying, oil and gas stocks in demand, energy sector booming....... Dont undersell the potential. It is very possible PRD by spud could be 20p a share, and just 50m market might be less, it might also be much more.
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.
pro_s2009: Its very tempting, and the Covid delay offers a chance to really build up a big holding of PRD shares........let the bored and weak sell and just add a lump every now and then. If we are honest the most likely time for drilling is now early Q2 2021. That gives around 4 months to 5 months from now to just add and add and add, from time to time, every time the share price has a little fall.
pro_s2009: I am sure there will be further talks. PRD dont need to buy. BPC dont need to sell - BUT - BPC need to raise money, they dont have confirmed funding in place for their drill. BPC and CERP joining together was two companies in need of cash, joining to make one company in need of all that cash. PRD are not looking to buy the asset for themselves, obviously they dont want to increase their overheads. They are looking at a local Trinidad company in effect buying and running the asset, with PRD taking a non-op percentage thereafter. So they get some production cash without the increase in overheads. The way I see it, PRD are under no pressure to buy, they are at leisure to make an offer. BPC are desperate for hard cash. They are unable to meet the conditions for their highly dilutive CLN offerings it seems, so they need cash urgently. Buyers market. So any offer from PRD will be another lowball offer and they wont care if BPC accept it or not. End of the day its BPC who lose the chance for some hard cash, PRD lose nothing if they dont buy.
pro_s2009: PRD would not have made an offer if it did not work. PRD see an opportunity. BPC need cash, and need cash quick. They dont want to use CLN's as its death spiral. So I am expecting a bit of give and take, PRD and BPC discuss, maybe a small increase in the buying price (obviously PRD started with a lowball offer) and then agreement. PRD do not need to buy. BPC need cash quick.
pro_s2009: The chart is backed up by the buzz. Lots of buzz going on with PRD. Trinidad EOR now on real test to really prove the concept. Morocco massive gas prospect to spud around October. Ireland and LNG - PRD really look to be in pole position there. Exciting times, and the share price is the same as it was as the Directors purchased earlier this year. The buzz continues and gets louder, the share price will keep moving upwards. Currently only 8.5M GBP market cap - should be at least 20M to 25M by October imo.
pro_s2009: It is, even now just 8M market cap. Compare to BPC....... 67.5M market cap. EG the PRD share price would have to be around 30p a share.......then the value of PRD would be equal to BPC. Lets not forget, BPC still have to raise funds.....and its a one drill binary bet, black or white. PRD has Morocco for the big binary bet, but also an ongoing CO2 EOR business in Trinidad and then Ireland on top of that. If BPC is worth 67.5M market cap, it means PRD is massively undervalued.
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