Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Oil LSE:PMO London Ordinary Share GB00B43G0577 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.10p -7.84% 106.90p 106.60p 106.70p 115.70p 106.30p 115.70p 29,453,641 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 772.3 -271.2 -36.6 - 821.14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/5/2018
10:48
Depends on what oil does. Marge is right about that bit. Personally, I'm in no rush to buy right now as I think that oil is in for a choppy time over the next few weeks.
badger60
28/5/2018
10:35
Judging by last weeks performance and Fridays in particular 'they' don't want it included just yet. More of same tomorrow perhaps and respite on Wednesday?
fireplace22
28/5/2018
10:19
Steve. It's tomorrow cob. Perhaps we can all do our patriotic duty and buy some tomorrow since pmo getting back in the ftse250 after crashing out of it in January 2016 would be great
leoneobull
28/5/2018
09:42
...and Fridays close puts us just outside the auto-entry to the FTSE250, about 6MM short in position 328, so a 1p increase would probably be just about enough. htTp://www.stockchallenge.co.uk/ftse.php It's not clear whether the review is CoB Tomorrow or Wed.... from that link.... "Next quarterly review Wed, 30 May 2018"
steve73
28/5/2018
09:36
Plenty of opposing oil news around at the moment....Could go either way..? htTp://www.worldoil.com/news/2018/5/27/saudi-russia-policy-shift-sets-stage-for-tense-opec-meeting
steve73
28/5/2018
08:11
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-27/opec-committee-is-said-to-see-oil-stockpiles-below-5-yr-average
leoneobull
28/5/2018
08:00
Posted by mount teide on the touchstone thread: ’Biggest Ever Change’’ In Oil Markets Could Send Prices Higher - OilPrice.com today hTTps://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Biggest-Ever-Change-In-Oil-Markets-Could-Send-Prices-Higher.html 'An upcoming regulation that analysts have called “the biggest change in oil market history” and the “the most disruptive change in the refining industry” is lurking just around the corner, and experts say that it will drive oil prices higher as it will fundamentally shift the demand pattern for fuels. “This is going to be the most disruptive change to hit the refining industry in its history,” Chris Midgley, global head of Platts Analytics, said. “Unlike other specification changes seen by the industry, this isn’t a little bit of tweaking.” The regulation will send demand for middle distillates such as diesel and marine gasoil soaring, and refiners will have to shift some of the products they will be processing from crude oil, analysts concur. The stricter regulation on the fuels used by the shipping industry will result in booming demand for middle distillates that would boost crude oil demand by additional 1.5 million bpd, potentially sending oil prices to as high as $90 a barrel in 2020, Morgan Stanley said last week. In fuel oil prices, the forward curve has not yet fully priced in the new regulation, according to research from S&P Global Platts Analytics last month......... According to Rick Joswick, managing director for downstream oil analytics at Platts, the forward curve for middle distillates currently shows little change between 2019 and 2020—underestimating the impact of the new rules. “The market has not appreciated yet the degree and scope of these changes,” Joswick said. “While there has been breathless attention paid to prompt Brent prices climbing to $80 a barrel for the first time since 2014, what has received less attention is that the entire Brent forward curve is now trading above $60, including contracts for delivery as far out as December 2024. This development is an important psychological milestone for the oil market. The market is, in effect, saying that ‘lower for longer’ is dead,” Sen and Elguindi wrote. Looming shortages of supply and strong demand will combine with the marine fuel regulation in 2020 to put additional pressure on the physical oil market. Demand for diesel and ultra-low sulfur fuel is expected to jump by 2 million bpd-3 million bpd, Energy Aspects analysts noted. “Nothing ever moves in a straight line, but the broader oil market is perhaps not prepared for what will happen to oil prices over the next couple of years,” they concluded.'
fireplace22
28/5/2018
07:59
Stamp duty paid on all shares bar aim and certain exempt registered outside the UK like Glen.
leoneobull
28/5/2018
07:34
Very curious Steve why both are refusing to answer why they think that......
oilretire
28/5/2018
02:50
Just noticed the Navion Oslo has completed a STS transfer of the last Catcher crude shipment to the Italian vessel Valfoglia. No indication yet where she's going next though. Next Catcher offload could be around the 3rd, assuming it is operating at close to full rate..... ref. Marge's & 11%'s comments earlier.
steve73
28/5/2018
02:33
ziblot - PMO is main market. It's only AIM that exempted from SD... although the PMO1 bonds are also exempted.
steve73
27/5/2018
23:06
Just highly geared to the oil price and oil price sentiment. Sometimes the most obvious explanation is the correct one.
rossannan
27/5/2018
20:12
Role on Tuesday, lets get the show on the road, sub £1 Same rope a dope trick they used when the share price went to 104p for no reason then crashed back down for no reason. Share price manipulation? FSA? CEO? LIZZY LIPS?
marvin9
27/5/2018
18:45
Paid over a £hundred in stamp duty. Rather unexpected. Is everyone paying this as I thought pmo was exempt. Thanks
ziblot
27/5/2018
12:08
OK, same question to you 11, why would you say that?
oilretire
27/5/2018
11:00
CAUSE STARVING IS a FULL TIME idiot ,he's also not answering to me ! al i see is Starving name and then an empty space !
emilio
27/5/2018
10:58
Because it hasn't.
11_percent
27/5/2018
08:15
Marv must have me on filter, he's not answering a basic question.......... oilretire26 May '18 - 07:14 - 38096 of 38111 Edit Catcher has not yet reached max capacity Curious, why would you say that Marv?
oilretire
27/5/2018
05:17
Cribbed from the Shell thread.. htTps://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/under-pressure-from-trump-saudis-put-brakes-on-oils-rally/articleshow/64336412.cms
steve73
26/5/2018
19:49
Sub £1 Tuesday
marvin9
26/5/2018
19:48
Ralph! You go bed with Todger 6mm and Jabba 2mm. Cheap rates on offer to regain losses, hamerdeshink 15p
marvin9
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