Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
President Energy Plc LSE:PPC London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.40 650 08:00:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.35 1.45 1.40 1.40 1.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 20.31 -7.50 -0.50 29
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:21:56 O 650 1.365 GBX

President Energy (PPC) Latest News

More President Energy News
President Energy Investors    President Energy Takeover Rumours

President Energy (PPC) Discussions and Chat

President Energy (PPC) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2022-07-05 15:35:001.451,80026.10O
2022-07-05 15:24:081.41265,0033,736.54O
2022-07-05 14:40:211.3725,991354.78O
2022-07-05 14:36:331.356008.10O
View all President Energy trades in real-time

President Energy (PPC) Top Chat Posts

President Energy Daily Update: President Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPC. The last closing price for President Energy was 1.40p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.40p and a 12 week average price of 1.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.40p.
There are currently 2,058,074,484 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 721,058 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £28,813,042.78.
piperpeter: You state in post 5720, Wayne, that "PL" is making US$1.4 million a year in interest payments on the loan. I assume by PL, you mean Peter Levine. Is this interest at 10.5% or 12.5% rate? You also now favour a share buy back arrangement, which I would also support. Another possibility to encourage wider interest in the Company...a cash dividend, combined with a slight twist. At this stupidly low share price let's say declare a 0.125 cent dividend (approximately 0.1 pence). One tenth of a penny. Not much, I accept, but the principle remains, whatever level is set (it obviously could be higher). This would cost approximately US$2.5 million. The order to restrict the total amount of cash actually paid out from the Company's free cash flow during the year, why not drastically reduce the interest rate on the loan, or even waive it completely for the year? This way, all shareholders would benefit from the dividend, including, of course, Peter Levine, with the added possibility it would also stimulate the share price, and so the shareholders, including Peter Levine, would benefit again. After all, Peter Levine would ultimately be far better off with a higher share price, and considerably better off with a share price that represents true value for the Company, than he ever would be with just the interest on the loan. As things stand, there cannot be any happy shareholders. Something needs to change. Pp.
masergt: bengal1 - 26 Jun 2022 - 16:17:50 - 5644 of 5725 President Energy 2021 Oil gas and Green Hydrogen and Ammonia production - PPC Easy worth 5p a share now. bengal1 - 29 Jun 2022 - 07:12:54 - 5712 of 5725 President Energy 2021 Oil gas and Green Hydrogen and Ammonia production - PPC I think we will see a rise today. bengal1 - 29 Jun 2022 - 07:30:21 - 5714 of 5725 President Energy 2021 Oil gas and Green Hydrogen and Ammonia production - PPC Looking good now. bengal1 - 01 Jul 2022 - 14:42:44 - 5722 of 5725 President Energy 2021 Oil gas and Green Hydrogen and Ammonia production - PPC This really is quite dismal. No offence - just made me smile. DYOR.
brasso3: If they just committed $1m towards buy backs at any price below 1.7p it would take out all of the weak hands and push the price to 2p. The shares could be held in treasury so they do not push PLs holding above 30%. Paying down the high interest debt would be my preferred option but PL is making $1.4m a year on that so its unlikely he will take that route. It always feels like this company does not want the share price to go up.
brasso3: 4th March 2015 RNS:- Fundraising Firm Placing of 29,668,627 new Ordinary Shares and Proposed Placing of 43,139,023 new Ordinary Shares at 12.50p per share together with 1 Warrant for every 1 new Ordinary Share subscribed for President Energy (AIM: PPC), the oil and gas exploration and production company announces a proposed Placing of GBP9.1 million (approximately US$14.0 million), comprising a Firm Placing of 29,668,627 new Ordinary Shares and a Proposed Placing of a further 43,139,023 new Ordinary Shares, in each case at 12.50 pence per share and with 1 Warrant being issued for every 1 new Ordinary Share. The Placing was priced according to the closing market price on 3 March 2015, being the last trading day before this Announcement. The Warrants will have an exercise price of 18.75 pence per share and a 3 year exercise period.
piperpeter: 5 November 2021 - announcement of commencement of drilling three new wells at Dos Puntitas, DP-2001, DP-2002 and DP-2003, plus two contingent wells to follow. Share price 2.1 pence. 20 June 2022 - First Dos Puntitas well, DP-2001, on stream to the battery, Second well drilled, DP-2003 still not fully in to production, and DP-2002 has not even been drilled. Not sure whether PG-13 even counts as one of the contingent wells as it is a side track out from an existing well that used to be a producer anyway, so the Company would already have been aware of its potential. Today, share price 1.525 pence. A fall of about 28% from 5 November 2021. Pp.
piperpeter: Rob Shepherd, Group Finance Director, President Energy Plc. Rob, As a shareholder and Company employee, are you happy with the Company share price, not only currently but also over the past many years, and if not, do you have a solution as to what should be changed to entice the market to take notice of President Energy Plc? Do you agree that this situation has gone on far too long now and that major changes are necessary for the good of everyone connected with the Company, and of course, the shareholders? The share price is currently 11.6% lower than at the time of the last AGM, which I believe is unacceptable. Do you agree? Not one single share purchased so far today! And the GBP31 million market cap is, I hope you also agree, shameful. Pp.
piperpeter: Soon be time for the AGM. The time to re-elect (or otherwise) your Company Directors. Share price at the last AGM was 1.725 pence. The share price today is 1.55 pence. If re-elected, it would be interesting to hear the reply to a question asking how they rate their performance over the previous period, during which time oil and gas prices have gone through the roof and the share price of the oil and gas production Company over which they reside, has fallen by over 10%. If it were me, up for re-election, I would strongly consider standing aside to allow others to take up the reins. Pp.
brasso3: Hopefully this last sentence does not involve Argentina. '"Daniel Musri, our new CEO, has within the short time he has been with us, rolled up his sleeves, shown a commitment to detail by spending time in our fields and is leading by example commanding respect from our teams, partners and customers alike. A commendable start which bodes well. With the new Salta wells now coming on stream Daniel's role aligns with President's objectives of increasing average production and expanding our portfolio of assets.' My fear is that the stubborn nature of PL will mean that we try to acquire further acreage in Argentina. The government in Argentina will never allow oil to be sold at market prices so investors will always be looking elsewhere when the global O & G sector is booming. Look at the share prices for companies like PTAL and JSE if you want to see evidence of this. At present only 10% of PPCs production is sold at WTI prices. 90% of the production is sold at a 50% discount to Brent prices ($110).
bengal1: Take out £12m ish for current holding of ATOME the PPC current market cap is a ridiculous £20m!!! (at 1.6p).A £100m PPC company would have an 8p share price, even half of that gives you 4p.
chris cat: PP - As our eternal Optimist and board/management supporter do you have any thoughts/explanations on why your bullish predictions and analysis never manifest in the share price. The less positive on here (myself included) cite increasing debt, increased expenditure that fails to materially/consistently increase production, poor communication, consistent missed deadlines and Share options to staff as part of our thinking on why the share price never goes up
President Energy share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
President ..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20220706 10:14:41