Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Providence Resources Plc LSE:PVR London Ordinary Share IE00B66B5T26 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 4.44% 4.70 2,693,882 14:45:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.60 4.80 4.75 4.50 4.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -18.15 -3.04 42
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:40 O 10,000 4.60 GBX

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Providence Resources Daily Update: Providence Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PVR. The last closing price for Providence Resources was 4.50p.
Providence Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.45p and a 12 week average price of 4.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.08p.
There are currently 890,756,912 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,696,324 shares. The market capitalisation of Providence Resources Plc is £41,865,574.86.
peaeff: Herm All the majors you refer to were all on board during the period that the share price went from £7 to 1p so they weren't that successful for PVR. If this goes tit's up again it's hard to imagine that an asset of this magnitude will be left unwanted. What we will gain from it is very questionable. For this situation to arise yet again is unbelievable. regards
amran01: Herm I wouldn't hold my breath to hear any updates on the bonds on Tuesday. The only time we will hear about it is when the RNS lands. Yes we have great partners in the consortium, but don't forget they are getting 50% of the cake and also 80% of the production until the bonds they finance is paid off.. in effect, they are using our assets to get funding and then they keep their 50% for life. But I guess it is like this because of logp / pvr's inability to raise that kind of funds and kick start the project in a material way. On the plus side, all we care about is the share price going up and if that means giving a piece of the cake away so shareholders get value then so be it. The consortium need to sort out the funding by Q1. Sp now drifting away
amran01: That's my worry also. Slowly dropping the share price and then back to 7p on the bond news. If we look at PTAL, the share price did not jump up more than 7% on the day of the news. It's hard to tell how the market will react on the news. Alan needs to come out and clarify his very very early comment which was questionable. The papers said end of Feb - that's next week. It doesn't seem like the bond is ready for next week in my opinion. Even the likes of copl and echo have more momentum than pvr, logp.
raisethestake1: Oilman Jim today: Providence Resources (PVR) issued a response to media speculation that it could be merging with SpotOn Energy (a £1 UK company whose only asset appears to be it’s agreement with Providence, which in turn is conditional upon SpotOn somehow raising $166 million). PVR denies that it is currently involved in any merger discussions with any party, but that it will continue to work closely with SpotOn Energy to deliver the necessary funding to develop the Barryroe asset. Funding of course has always been the issue with Barryroe and to date there have been plenty of deals to pump the share price, but no actual hard news of any money arriving. PVR, along with Lansdowne Oil & Gas (LOGP) also announced Government consent for the Barryroe site survey. This must be completed to enable Providence to apply for any potential further works on the K site location of the Barryroe field and further regulatory approvals are required before any commencement of drilling can take place.
hermana3: Most likely. Doesnt take much to drop or rise share price here. A wee bit of gossip or a delay in licensing can cause a 10% change in share price on any given day....
peaeff: If the funding fails, which obviously we all hope doesn't happen, (history in mind) what would be the point of having a readied drill site and no-one to drill it. The whole solution here must be totally dependent on the funding. A second failure would surely bring this saga to a close. Once that confirmation is received, allowing everything to progress, then we should see a positive movement in the share price I am not trying to create doubt but I do get perturbed when I keep reading posts about the share price taking off when common sense dictates otherwise. regards
ngms27: Cephalosaurus, all I've done is state my case that longer term I absolutely believe there will be an opportunity to make some serious money in PVR. I also believe that I have no reason to hold the shares now (having previously held) because it's my personal opinion that: a) My capital is likely to make material gains elsewhere in a shorter time frame. I've posted the shares where I've put my money where my mouth is b) I see the PVR share price weakening further throughout most of 2021 due to inactivity given the time span until drilling is authorised and takes place Therefore I believe I will enter PVR but materially lower than today's price and much later into 2021 If there is an agenda then there you have it
papillon: Buy on rumour, sell on fact. PVR share price has lost 99% of it's value since 2013 high. FACT! An abysmal performance! FACT!
ultrasharp: Richyggg, I haven't lost anything following today's big share price fall (33% and today's 2nd biggest percentage faller. LOGP was the biggest faller at 44%) since I haven't held any PVR shares since H1 2019 and I sold my small holding to bank a profit . How much have you lost, Richyggg, on paper today? How much have you lost over the years on PVR? The PVR share price has lost over 99% of it's value since 2013.Yet you have the gall to call me a loser! 🤣 I have no idea what will happen to the PVR share price tomorrow as I can't predict share prices, unlike AIMBagger! 🤣 ATB PAPILLON
ultrasharp: Excellent post, richpassi. Spot on, if you'll excuse the pun. I hope the farm out happens if only for your sake. Us daggers have to stick together! The PVR share price could easily double on a good farm out deal for PVR. Will it get a good farm out deal? Who knows? I very much doubt if rampers like AIMBagger know either despite giving the impression they do. Is he a pumper and dumper? Who knows? They do exist on these bb's ATB PAPILLON
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