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
  +0.40p +0.33% 121.00p 120.90p 121.00p 121.50p 119.30p 119.90p 5,895,932 16:29:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 772.3 -271.2 -36.6 - 987.16

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24/9/2017
19:56
zzzzzzzzzzz BEEN HERE BEFORE wItH aNoThER RamPer Chick ChicK. BWEEING GOUD SWELLER DONT MAKE THEE A GOUD INVWESTER. wE ALL OWN SHARES, WE ALL HAVE BWEEN MUGGED BY THE ROPE A DOPE SCAM! PMO SHOULD BE WELL OVER £1 A SHARE,;;;;;;;;;;;;; NOW!!!!!!!!11 AND WHY NOT.......... BECAUSE THE SHARE PRICE IS BEING MANIPULATED WITOUT CONCERN. SOMETHING THE PUPPET TURNS A BLIND EYE TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OR 3
marvin9
24/9/2017
19:36
Why capitals for puppet and toad? Seriously are you illiterate?
gregpeck7
24/9/2017
16:48
Yes 2021 2022
gregpeck7
24/9/2017
16:42
Only thing they are capable of protecting is German Industry and Commissioners largess!
fireplace22
24/9/2017
16:33
did durrant say that zama would come online in 2021
asa8
24/9/2017
16:26
Steve. You need the EU to protect the right to free speech then.
leoneobull
24/9/2017
16:25
Begorrah presumably a typo? It was expected to be 50000 originally but now 60000 of which 50% comes to pmo and the rest Cairn
leoneobull
24/9/2017
16:13
thought Catcher was adding 25kbopd?
deanroberthunt
24/9/2017
15:24
Catcher adding 5000 barrels when coming on stream later in the year?Is that a misprint or an expectation of the initial flows for 2017?
begorrah88
24/9/2017
13:47
Yep saw the mail fully page! And you st 60p if have thought £6 the way it was written! Lol 🤡✌A039;
glenkaz
24/9/2017
13:26
Wonderful piece. Says nothing that clear minded folk didn't know anyway, but unlikely to be as welcomed by the doomsayers. The ones who actually believe that electrification will ever be more than a pipe dream. That Oil as a commodity will become undesirable. We needed to hear about Zama, and we needed and still need more news regards this find. As the piece states. He could have been whooping like a Texas Oil Baron.. Yet, the market has placed no value on it whatsoever... None, nothing, zilch zero.!!!!!!! Last week I suggested that the share price is controlled by big money. Each time a raft of PI's buy, its matched by selling, and hedging to suppress any rise. But for how long? How much longer until normal folk like myself and those reading these ramblings actually say... No.. its worth more than this and start backing the belief with cash. As every day passes it will be more and more difficult for the big money to keep a lid on it. When it pops, I would like to see a valuation for Zama included into any rise. That alone equates to an absolute minimum 100% rise from what is an already suppressed share price Let the fun and games begin, and the more press we can get taking on the doomsayers the better.
whites123
24/9/2017
13:12
How on earth pmo has not moved more already. Hopefully get off to a flyer this week.
gregpeck7
24/9/2017
12:22
frontdoor bull: Yep, hopefully, we could do with it. FAO Steve 73: Think I managed to copy it all Premier Oil baron reveals the full drama behind the biggest find in decades – and somehow resists the urge to holler ... In his modest offices in a quiet street in London’s Victoria, Tony Durrant speaks in the measured tones of a former banker. This summer, though, he could have whooped like a Texas oil baron in cowboy boots and a Stetson hat because boy, did he strike oil – up to two billion barrels of the black stuff. It was one of the biggest finds in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico for decades. And the strike couldn’t have come at a better time for Premier Oil. The company had only just finished talks with its lenders, a group of 40 banks, after more than a year of wrangling over its $2.8 billion (£2 billion) debt. So the boss grins from ear to ear as he remembers that day in July. ‘There was a buzz of excitement, everyone was chattering furiously and that’s always a good sign. You know from the moment you hit the top of the reservoir whether you’ve struck oil or water because the rock is different. Then the longer the drilling continues and the deeper it gets, the better it is. In our case we’d continued till we got to the equivalent height of The Shard. All of that height was the right stuff, oil-bearing rock,’ he says. The discovery meant Durrant could breathe a little easier. Premier had been caught out by the drop in the price of oil and had racked up its huge debts developing the $1.6 billion Catcher field in the North Sea. That meant white knuckles and wakeful nights for Durrant. ‘We lost $1 billion cashflow as a result of the oil price being lower than expected. Consequently, we had a billion dollars more debt than anticipated. Did I lose sleep? Sometimes you don’t even get to sleep. ‘I know very personally that June 2014 was the peak of the oil price because that’s when I took over at Premier. It started to fall very soon after. But I knew we had a good business, we were just caught out by the commodity cycle,’ he says. The Zama discovery off the Tabasco coast, in a consortium formed with a Mexican and a US firm at a cost to Premier of just $16 million, came at an opportune moment, sending Premier’s shares one third higher. ‘We certainly enjoyed telling our banks about it,’ he says. ‘We’ll see first oil in 2022 or 2023,’ he says. Under its new deal with its banks, Premier has to use the cashflow from the 80,000 barrels of oil a day it pumps to repay its debts for the next couple of years. But after that it can continue with its exploration and production schedule including in Mexico, the North Sea and the Falkland Islands. ‘The banks understand that if we don’t keep moving forward we will disappear,’ says Durrant. He is keen to dispel the public perception that Premier’s other key location, the North Sea, is in decline. This is simply at odds with reality, says Durrant. ‘As much as 40 per cent of reserves in the North Sea have not been produced. The major oil companies have decided the UK North Sea is not their playground but that leaves opportunities for companies our size. ‘Over the last 12 months you have a generation of new players, some quoted companies like us, but at least three or four private equity firms investing in existing management teams doing reasonable sized acquisitions. So there are at least half a dozen new firms that are committed to investing in the North Sea now.’ Premier discovered the Catcher oil field in 2010 and bought German energy giant E.On’s North Sea assets for $120 million in 2016. The firm currently produces 45,000 barrels a day in the North Sea and this is set to rise to more than 50,000 when the Catcher field comes on stream later this year. The industry may have had to pare back operations in the face of a falling oil price, but costs have fallen sharply at the same time. That means it’s now viable to recover oil and gas from the North Sea. ‘We needed $35 a barrel to cover costs in 2012, and now it’s only $20,’ he says. The oil price has fallen from $116 a barrel to about $55 after Saudi Arabia opened the taps three years ago. It aimed to protect its share of the world’s oil market by forcing rival rapidly growing US shale oil producers out of business. American shale oil firms need higher oil prices to make their operations economical. Now Saudi Arabia and other big oil-producing countries believe their plan has worked. They are scaling back production to push oil prices up again. Production information on American shale oil, which accounts for five million barrels out of a worldwide production of 95 million, is readily available and any slowdown is evident, says Durrant. However, information on oil production across the rest of the world is less clear cut. ‘But I strongly believe the rebalancing of supply and demand is well under way,’ says Durrant. ‘So I think petrol is going to get more expensive for motorists – but I think the retailers do a pretty good job of jumping on any hint that the oil price is recovering anyway.’ Premier’s other projects include its Sea Lion field, jointly being developed with AIM-listed exploration company Rockhopper, 150 kilometres north of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic. Durrant expects to make a final investment decision on the $1.5 billion scheme next year. Britain defeated Argentina in its war over possession of the islands in 1982. Argentina continues to try to make life awkward. ‘As a project we have never needed Argentina, we don’t physically touch Argentina and we don’t use Argentinian companies. We have discovered 500 million barrels in the North Falkland basin but will develop 220 million barrels in the first phase. These are fields which will produce for 25 years with first oil probably in 2022,’ he says. ‘This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the Falklands to establish 100 years’ worth of revenue potential for everything they want to do in future – it’s a kind of sovereign wealth fund for the islands.’ He gives short shrift to the likes of Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, who have warned that oil companies’ reliance on fossil fuels risks leaving them with ‘stranded assets’ they cannot exploit as the world turns towards greener energy. ‘It’s easy to talk about making all cars electric but no one talks about how power will be generated to supply electrification. Renewable energy does not plug the hole in future energy supplies. I don’t think the oil and gas industry has a ticking clock over it at all,’ he says. After his summer of good fortune, Durrant, who took home £1.4 million last year, can afford to take a robust view of the world. After all, he has followed the maxim of the famous oil baron J Paul Getty: ‘Rise early, work late – strike oil.’
bgwesley
24/9/2017
11:07
bgwesley Very good thanks for that, should see a few pence on the share price monday
frontdoor bull
24/9/2017
10:44
Interesting insight into the lead into Zumba... they clearly know a long way ahead that it was a big hit before announcing it.
gregpeck7
24/9/2017
09:45
Article in The Daily Mail, on Premier Oil and Tony Durrant. Nothing we don't already know, but a good bit of PR. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/meandmymoney/article-4913578/Oil-baron-reveals-drama-biggest-decades.html Best not read it, Marv..... you'll get a fit of the vapours!
bgwesley
24/9/2017
08:08
"A recent report from Wood Mackenzie notes that the North Sea has in fact become the second-hottest spot for oil investments, after U.S. shale. That's largely thanks to private equity's renewed appetite for oil and gas investments: according to the consultancy, there's a total of US$15 billion in PE capital waiting to be spent on North Sea acquisitions."http://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/North-Sea-Oil-Sees-Investment-Rush.html
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