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
  -1.70p -1.34% 124.80p 124.40p 124.70p 127.70p 124.00p 126.10p 6,471,726 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 772.3 -271.2 -36.6 - 966.47

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17/9/2017
09:33
Steve73, Catcher is close to Port Sudan now, (position now back on your marine traffic link), Salvanguard last position 4 days ago was also close to Port Sudan, assume if it is still going at 6kn it would be close to Djibouti now? Is that about right with your info? Edit: Salvanguard's ais back on, now midway between Aden and Djibouti.
fireplace22
17/9/2017
03:54
After my update on the disclosed short positions on the 13th (post 30605), where positions had dropped by 0.61% since 1st sep, I see a couple more reductions. On the 13th Canada Pensions notified that they'd dropped to 0.42% from the previously noted 0.52% (on the 1 Apr, when the price was pretty similar to now), so a 0.1% drop. On the 14th Whitebox, to 1.45% from the previous 1.57% on 6th Jul (where the share price appears to be much lower than now - just before Zama news - looks like Whitebox got well roasted there......8-))..) So a further 0.22% last week, making a total of 0.83% this month. Thee total disclosed shorts have dropped from 8.08 to 6.36% during this period, which is higher than calculated individually since 2 of the positions have dropped below 0.5% and are no longer included in the total. I think we can definitely call this a bit of a "scramble for the exit", although perhaps not quite a "panic" as yet, as the price does appear to be being carefully managed, although if a few more new buyers were to step in it could easily turn into a rout.. Talking of which, the Cat is still progressing en-route to Suez, with arrival expected in about 3 days.
steve73
16/9/2017
13:25
"For the first time in two years, the spread of Brent price to WTI as a percentage of WTI (the more accurate way to measure the spread) has exceeded 8 percent for four consecutive daily trading sessions.The last time this happened, it came at the end of a significant trend in which the spread expanded to a double-digit percentage difference, with early September 2015 comprising the end of the cycle. Two periods of major pricing advances occurred during that trend.Admittedly, these pricing spikes emerged from low price bases. But by the time we reached the end of the cycle, prices were about the same as they are today.All of this seems to indicate that the rise in the spread, occurring early in a new process, may well be a harbinger of a higher overall pricing dynamic moving forward."Well, that spread has been increasing. Over the 18 sessions since August 21, the average daily spread has been 9.6 percent.It's been almost a decade since the last time something like this was recorded.This doesn't mean that oil prices are once again off to the races.But it does mean that the steady incremental improvement in the outlook is settling in.By Dr. Kent Moors http://oilprice.com/Energy/Oil-Prices/Is-An-Oil-Price-Spike-Imminent.html
leoneobull
16/9/2017
09:41
Even with POO only at $56 ish, once CATCHER is on-line, this company will be generating circa $250m fcf pa
deanroberthunt
16/9/2017
04:09
The Cat passed Hurricane's Aoka Mizu about 3 hours ago, and is now roughly midway between Farangan Island and Dahlak. A pretty solid week for our share price with oil making good gains although obviously offset by the stronger GBP. We've certainly not suffered from the strong GBP like BP & RDS. One concern for me is that much of our debt is LIBOR linked.. If interest rates rise then so will our debt repayments - I know, probably very unlikely to rise by as much as the recent refinancing (which was a 1.5-2% increase) but even a small rise will cost us - unless of course the OP powers on.
steve73
15/9/2017
19:05
Starving go to bed !
emilio
15/9/2017
19:03
Cluck Cluck! back in the box the ramping chicks go ARF ARF!
marvin9
15/9/2017
15:46
fireplace, agreed if the market thought that debt+int > future cashflows then equity worthless which it currently isn't.
prewar
15/9/2017
15:35
'If future cashflows not enough to repay debt and associated interest we've got bigger problems....' prewar, that's been the main concern here now for couple of years at least, the rise of sterling maybe a current concern but with asset sales in the pipeline and new output coming on stream shortly the worst is most definitely over for PMO. IMO.
fireplace22
15/9/2017
15:30
Come on my spiv broker in the City said get onboard the 62p break, I'm waiting patiently, right, off to add (PHTM), on the verge of a large breakout!
ny boy
15/9/2017
15:27
fireplace, sure but hopefully total cashflows are enough to service debt interest and repayments and so net positive in $ terms and thus reduced in £ terms. If future cashflows not enough to repay debt and associated interest we've got bigger problems....
prewar
15/9/2017
15:20
Is there any positive to be gained in that the debt is probably dollar dominated also?
fireplace22
15/9/2017
15:16
NAV_Mike - Sterling strength vs the Dollar (today and yesterday) isn't going to help PMO share price is it?
prewar
15/9/2017
15:06
I hope we get a warrants update at the end of this month as I'm presuming the stumbling block of getting away from 62p is due to those being sold as I struggle to see why the volume of selling is so high at this sp
begorrah88
15/9/2017
13:25
Durant Durrant Durrant OUT OUT OUT!
marvin9
15/9/2017
13:25
What Ralf, see its falling again; not as many clucking ramper chicks today? Looks likethey are already jumping back in the box. Cluck Cluck. Where is that dam little MONKEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!
marvin9
15/9/2017
09:36
SETS certainly strengthening like it did yesterday 1.3m v 780k I think the shorters realise they wont have too many more opportunities to exit in an orderly fashion.
nav_mike
15/9/2017
09:30
when the news changes, change with it.... I wasn't wrong, but PMO's operational and financial position has strengthened over the past 6-12 months, along with Oil gaining momentum and the EIA stats looking very bullsih for POO
deanroberthunt
15/9/2017
09:20
Starting to look very bullish here. Volume back as well
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