Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Providence Resources LSE:PVR London Ordinary Share IE00B66B5T26 ORD EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.65p 61,790 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.60p 11.00p 10.80p 10.80p 10.80p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -18.15 -3.04 63.7

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2018-08-17 15:35:1010.6510,0001,065.00UT
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Providence Resources Daily Update: Providence Resources is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PVR. The last closing price for Providence Resources was 10.65p.
Providence Resources has a 4 week average price of 10.38p and a 12 week average price of 10.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.50p.
There are currently 597,658,958 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 497,712 shares. The market capitalisation of Providence Resources is £63,650,679.03.
peaeff: Its Thanks for posting the interview but, as others have commented, the information therein is no more than we already know. However, possibly personal to myself, I find these interviews with TOR extremely galling. Having been here for a number of years there are significant points that spring to mind whenever he starts bleating on about 'shareholder value' because I and, I am sure, many others, have yet to sample any such thing. I can only think that he is talking about the institutional investors who own between them most of the PVR shares. Do I believe in him as a CEO? Yes to a large degree I do, and to a smaller degree you could say I've had to, or take a significant loss. Barryroe has been the sticking point for me and I believe it will come good despite a long time coming. Since becoming a shareholder here I have had to suffer the effects of a 100/1 share consolidation which reduced the shares in issue to around 42million. They then sold the only producing asset we had, to go speculating, and failed. Then followed an issue of further equity pushing the shares in issue to around 64million. Capital was already dwindling to danger levels when we were hit with the costs of failure in a court case with Transocean with unpaid debts from Barryroe. That left us at a critical stage, the possibility of folding and the suspension of shares for a while. Then came a further huge issue of equity taking the shares in issue to current levels and, the share price to lows of 6p. WHERE ON EARTH IS THE SHAREHOLDER VALUE THERE. However it seems that with any luck the situation has been somewhat redeemed, not the share price, for the time being and hopefully things will improve from now if only slowly, but please don't place it under the umbrella of "SHAREHOLDER VALUE" until that point is proven. For some though it never will be. rant over, regards
itsriskythat: I've stopped checking the PVR price, last time I looked it was 11p. Has there been any change?
srvsrv: if the forthcoming RNS regarding buying of interest in PVR is regarding the chinese then I think they could easily want to buy further PVR shares (besides the 10% warrants) = will drive the share price up
papillon: srvsrv 16 Apr '18 - 14:15 - 55131 of 55133 0 0 0 7th trading day in a row with rising share price. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Only according to the advfn candlestick chart. Not to be trusted. The official London Stock Exchange PVR candlestick chart doesn't show 7 consecutive days of a rising share price The following chart has yet to include today's share price movement. hTTp://
papillon: I see there is an article about PVR and the Barryroe farm out on ShareProphets, but as I'm not a subscriber I can't read it apart form this bit: "5 hours ago | By Gary Newman | 2 I can see why the market was less than impressed with Providence's Barryroe farm-out Providence Resources (PVR) was once a favourite of AIM natural resources investors and speculators back in the heyday at the start of this decade, when any company finding potentially decent amounts of oil saw its share price rocket." Investors do seem less than impressed by this farm out deal, going by the lack lustre share price since the deal was announced, but PVR & LOGP have at least managed to keep half of their percentage holdings in Barryroe. I seem to remember that LOGP originally had 100% of Barryroe and lost 80% of it (only ending up with 20%) when they originally farmed it out.
srvsrv: with the current marked cap of just the cash level the share price looks very discounted. In a fire sale of the assets Barryroe should at least be valued of 100m(only 0,3 pr barrel!) - then plus the cash equals a share price of nearly 20p Then Spanish Point and the other assets which should be handled as Druid/Drombeg with farmouts so no cash effect - only upside with any findings. Think the halfyear report next week will tell us the drilling plans regarding Barryroe - and at with drilling price it will be as the deadline for interested drilling companies was 30/8. I have topped my holdings at these share price levels as I think the share price will go up from to the drill - and this drill is much more "secure" than the Druid/Drombeg. And with the oil price now around 55$ the Barryroe case could/should attract farmiees.
calder27: Again from PennyPusher on the LSE boards: --- My logic (including several assumptions) is as follows: If Drombeg is dry, the share price will drop to 5p. From the current share price of 8.5p, this is the equivalent of betting 3.5p. If Drombeg is oil bearing, the share price will climb to 25p. From the current share price of 8.5p, this is the equivalent of winning 16.5p. Essentially, the returns are equivalent to odds of 4.7/1, which equates to 17.5% probability. If you think the chance of success is lower than 17.5% then you should sell, if you think the chance of success is higher than 17.5% you should buy. 5p downside and 25p upside are just some fairly conservative assumptions I've used. It we change them to 6p/30p (-2.5p vs +21.5p) it's 8.6/1 and the decision point moves to 10.4% chance of success.
offerman: Gersemi - 17 Jul 2017 - 07:26 - 49230 of 49245 - 2Absolutely spot on. But they have found oil at Barryroe They just. Need to find a partner to commercialise it and explore the upside potential. Totally agree though all these licenses updates PV I've been putting out the last few years look good on the face of it but the difference with the markets now is stocks don't get priced ahead.Years ago, you would've found that these types of updates would've rocket the share price but the market is very fickle and to be honest more realistic these days hence why I PV are are not priced in the pounds but in the pence. If you were to look at it literally PVR are actually in a better position now than they were when the share price was 9 pounds. But the financial crisis the oil-price Plunge and the realisation that all stocks were overpriced years ago based on potential rather than actual production so in a way it's better to find you the stocks the way they do today. Because if the stock rises then it's going to be on and all find actual assets not just theories or probabilities which would then in turn make it less likely for that stock to plunge. Years ago stock would've risen 10 20 30 fold on potential alone but if it was a duster it with then plunge massively. At the moment PVR is very low on its share price anyway so even if the current drill comes in A duster The share price will be far less affected than if it was currently trading in the pounds. Should mean many more people get less burnt. Problem is I wish all of this took place years ago as I got hugely burnt as many of you know and many of you here also suffered. So I would say the company is in a really good position at the moment and even if bad news does come from the drill it's not going to sink the company.
edgein: Pap, Very true, it'll depend on the results given, as did the share price of SOLO. Just saying that when the action starts sellers clear fast. I sold on the day of the results on SOLO so didn't get the peak, however the well flowed at 17mmcfd and the market were probably expecting around 40mmcfd as the well had multiple times the pay of the discovery well. The share price collapse wasn't so much about the result, that was only part of it. It was a series of events also the change in direction from back to back drilling of NT-3, kicked off down the road. Moreover NR then spent what money SOLO had left on a long term Helium project, that could be long term very beneficial but constrains cash at a time when they need it for NT-3 and NT-2 development etc. So it was a number of factors that caused the decline in share price. PVR however after Druid won't be cash constrained due to the farmout deals done and the large cash payment from Total to date. I was just using it as a reference of what a share price can do during drilling after a large seller (in the case of SOLO an insti that had taken 15% of the company offloaded them all). But very true exploration is highly risky and not for widows or orphans. On the other side of that I entered here after a 140-150% profit in UKOG in about a month, so it can as you say have its upside too. Regards, Ed.
1cagney: Herm, So an rns is not only necessary from PVR re Capital shareholding but is a legality ? Richie, Credit where credit is due but I would think its fair that you equally publicise the negative aspects of your 'hot tips' Anyway if PVR share price goes where we all want it to go I'll join ye for beers in Dublin. (With or without the blac bush)
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