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
  -0.05 -2.38% 2.05 681,597 12:31:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.00 2.10 2.15 2.05 2.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 30.77 -70.55 -5.96 42
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:51:17 O 12,394 2.0001 GBX

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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 2.10p.
President Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.05p and a 12 week average price of 1.98p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.25p.
There are currently 2,029,924,345 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,929,135 shares. The market capitalisation of President Energy Plc is £41,613,449.07.
donegal1997: Brent at 71 USD and it's winter in Argentina, it is a pretty laughable share price even if you account for the price ceiling imposed by the government.
samsung7: I now find this hilarious. samsung79 Jun '21 - 20:12 - 1090 of 1115 Edit "I cannot see how they can get the share price any lower for the assets and prospects PPC has in front of it."
samsung7: With previous results and with them being announced so late in the year more than half of this year is already in the bag and are able and have in the past, able to give a picture of what this year looks like AIE. the two years will look like chalk and cheese. A poster yesterday mentioned a further write down to the Paraguay assets but if any write down is to happen then it will not be affective till next year end as the deal was struck after the half way point for this year. But He only pointed to a possible negative and omitted to mention positives such as a 10 year extension to Rio will move 9,000,0000 million barrels of 2C to add to the 24,000,000 2P reserves there. On a positive point for Atome, PL has taken 15% of the company for himself for services rendered so far. Remember 15% of sweet FA is still sweet FA so why would you bother doing this exercise if Atome was only worth £2 as some poster mentioned (30 pence) there has got to be some value in it and although early days I can potentially smell something interesting. The EV field showed success in the Vaca Muerta in the northern fault block got to be quite a bit of gas there I would imagine and cannot see why we do not pepper that with a few more holes later this year or early next year once the production settles in from the well we have just successfully drilled there. I think it is correct to chase the oil in PG and are also correct in pursuing this rather than spending aquisition money, its the safer bet. I would like to see the directors at least put in place a buyback scheme with these upcoming results just to be able to reduce the dilution a little bit when the markets go a little crazy even if they only pick up a few million in the year it would at least send a message to stop the share price being messed about with as much. You can go on and on about the positive and the negatives too but whats the point the share price is undervalued and eventually Management will get this pointing in the right direction, its such a shame they have dilly dallied to get PPC to here but apart from unknown knowns or known unknowns I cannot see how they can get the share price any lower for the assets and prospects PPC has in front of it.
sharemez: 7 June 2021 Share price = 2.15p Market cap. = 44m GBP Paraguay announced, game changer boom moment.......... 8 June 2021 Share price = 2.15p Market cap. = 44m GBP Kind of says it all doesn't it?
brasso3: Clearly this was the only option available to PPC and its surprising it has taken 2 years to get a JV for such a simple deal. Its done now and clearly the market is not impressed. Its getting harder to see how there will be an appreciation in the share price in the short term.
brasso3: Another deadline missed but at least we are used to it with PPC. They specialise in killing momentum in the share price.
chris cat: Hard to comment when we don't really know what the Alpha projects are. Most on here expect PPC to be very cash positive with the increased production and current higher Gas and oil prices, There's been talk by PP of PPC paying dividends, whereas Brasso reckons we'd be better to pay down debt, now we know about this deal with Alpha, I guess it's possibly that PPC could provide loans to Atome to work on the projects. I am still not convinced we'll end up with the cash some expect. Time will tell. Nice to have more strings to the bow, but I find it hard to see any meaningful short term share price value being delivered via Atome.
chris cat: AIE, Initially I was hoping for PG Farm-in to be a huge boost, now I'm not too sure. After reading some of Brasso's input, what he says makes sense. that it is likely to be some cash to PPC but that cash will go into Escrow and will be used along with the partner for PG exploration. So it feels like a nice to have and will give us some free frontier exploration but unlikely to give the share price the Rocket I was hoping for some time ago, unless the explo is successful (which we won't know till mid 2022 i guess). Also, the share price action doesn't indicate a blockbuster, There is no way PPC dealing with a large state owned oil company, and latin american authorities could keep this under wraps if there was a £ or two to be made. Just my musings of course. Sharemez - you are right about pouncing on the negativity...however after so long and so much cash spent it is very much warranted. In all fairness PL has chucked loads of his own cash in here but is getting a decent return with his salary and loan interest, never the less he's put £10ms in so fair play to him.
chris cat: PP - 775 - 779 - You're right, I am generally optimistic in nature but holding PPC for 12 years has made me extremely sceptical about everything they do. I desperately want to be positive but with such investment destruction over the years it really is hard. I see all of your positivity and really want it to bear fruit (in share price terms) but it just never does. Brasso's point in 777 of 779 is so true, PTR used to do the same.
chris cat: I get the feeling PL senses investors frustration with the previous "place happy" dilutions. AIE Post 684 - Love the comment about my blood pressure on Atome, bloody true as well. A good jump in PPC share price will help to bring it down.
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