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Providence Resources Plc LSE:PVR London Ordinary Share IE00B66B5T26 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.55 7.69% 7.70 1,380,904 08:27:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.60 7.80 7.85 7.35 7.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers -18.15 -3.04 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:32:57 O 7,770 7.69 GBX

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26/11/2020
08:20
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 7.15p.
Providence Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.75p and a 12 week average price of 5.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.08p.
There are currently 866,462,395 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,795,961 shares. The market capitalisation of Providence Resources Plc is £61,952,061.24.
11/11/2020
15:45
sportbilly1976: Anyone any issues with the cals here? DelBoi @DelBoiAIM · Nov 9 Cash flow projections based off a 50% F/O and free carry 30k BOPD - 3 horizontal wells #LOGP 10% : 3k bopd @ ($40bbl - 25bbl B/E)= $15 x .85 tax = $12.8 x 3000bopd = $38,400 x 25 days $960k a month operating profit. #PVR X 4 = $3.8m a month No tax upto €200m EBTIDA $3.8mln per month, annualised and on a p/e of say 8-12 puts the share price in the 35-50p range Given a free carry to production I would like to see the share price into double figures on confirmation and rising steadily thereafter ...and this on just the first phase
26/10/2020
10:16
hoper2: AIMBagger - The chancer's that run PVR have always talked a good game, but the main people to benefit have been the directors with their large salaries. The share price may go higher on speculation, but that's all it is. Recently some people will have made money on the share price rise (good luck to them), but PVR are a million miles away from even proving Barryroe is a commercial field.
22/9/2020
10:37
srvsrv: yes LOGP should be 1,3-1,5. PVR share price /4-4,5
21/9/2020
23:06
papillon: ContraryMary - 08 Sep 2020 - 09:09:50 - 2422 of 2435 PVR SHORT DOWN TO 1P - PVR 80x undervalued >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> So you reckon the PVR share price should be circa 400p? ROMFLMAO!🤣 If that doesn't make you a Walter Mitty fantasist I don't know what does! We'll see what happens in the future as I will apologise if you turn out to be correct (unless of course I'm hit by a bus in the meantime! lol). However will you apologise if the farm out doesn't happen and the PVR share price is a lot less than 5p in 6 months time? I somehow doubt it! Perhaps you'll decide to throw yourself under that bus? PS I have cagney on filter. I've had him on filter for a long, long time.
21/9/2020
22:52
papillon: I live in the real world, ContraryMary, but I doubt if you do! You're a Walter Mitty fantasist, whereas I'm a realist. 🤣 The PVR share price is going up on speculation just like it has done so often over the last decade, before falling as reality dawns. It may be different this time, who knows? I can't predict the future! If you bought 6 months ago, then congratulations are in order because you've had a 5-bagger in that time. That's exceptionally good. If you bought back in 2013 (or any other time for that matter in the past decade) and still hold those shares then you've not been so fortunate! PVR has always been a share to trade and not to hold for the long term. Perhaps it will be different this time? Who knows? PS I have two nicknames on advfn. papillon and ultrasharp. It's not my intention to deceive. It's all the fault of advfn. When I recently decided to use my mobile for accessing advfn instead of relying solely on my laptop advfn wouldn't accept the log in I use on my lap top so I changed my password and that was acceptable. However when I then tried to use papillon as my nickname on my mobile I was informed by advfn that that nickname was already taken! 🤣 Which I obviously was well aware of! lol
21/9/2020
20:53
ultrasharp: That depends,. ContraryMary, on the newsflow over the coming months. Whether, or not, the SpotOn consortium and PVR can agree a farmout deal for Barryroe. Unless you are an Insider and privy to the current negotiations how can you be so certain of the outcome? If PVR can farm out Barryroe on good terms then the PVR share price will rocket upwards. Conversely if the negotiations lead nowhere the PVR share price will plummet.
21/9/2020
12:42
ultrasharp: That was just a newspaper rumour, AIMBagger, printed by a solitary newspaper with a strong family connection to the O'Reilly family (O'Reilly senior used to own it). Sometimes rumours can be true, but equally they can be false and started by someone keen to increase the share price. I'd guess in this case it was false. Believe in facts, AIMBagger, but treat rumours with caution. Rumours are often false and spread by pumpers and dumpers. Share prices go up on news and speculation. Sometimes the speculation can turn out to be correct, but conversely it can turn out to be be wide of the mark.
23/8/2020
17:43
peaeff: There are many investors still very much holding negative equity in PVR and it has certainly, over the years, had more than it's fair share of disappointments, false dawns and unsubstantiated boardroom hype, It has been dragged back from the brink in recent months by a refreshed board, the massive increase in issued share capital and the very positive chance of Barryroe going ahead at last. The hope is that the 31st October is deadline day and that it will be positive but, not wishing to sound pessimistic, I cannot see that news on it's own having the sort of effect on the share price as some on here are predicting. This news may have been calculated into the current share price and if it does come we will no doubt have a long wait before we see some action on the drilling front The results then will have the final say as to where we end up so it won't surprise me if we remain below 10p until we reach that stage. IMO regards
10/8/2020
11:19
papillon: 😂🤣 Never had any shares in HUR and don't follow the company. Just saw that steelwatch started a thread on HUR and commenting that a steelwatch thread is often the kiss of death to a share price! There are similarities between PVR, LOGP & HUR. The share prices of all 3 are currently at a tiny fraction of their all time highs and the bombastic, over optimistic, target sp's of the rampers are now utterly laughable! 🤣 Buying any share is a gamble, especially a share listed on AIM. Anybody who thinks they are not gambling by currently holding PVR and/or LOGP must be soft in the head. They need to see a psychiatrist and urgently! For your information, ContraryMary, I have no idea what the PVR share price will be next week, let alone next year, or the following year. It all depends on the RNS's released by the company. However it's self evident that over 90% of AIM listed O&G's fail to deliver on their hopes and promises. Over 90% turn out to destroy the wealth of their long term shareholders. Don't forget that 7 years ago PVR hit £7. If you have held PVR shares since then, like hermana and continually averaged down you will have lost a packet. If he is lucky and Barryroe comes up trumps he will recoup some of those losses. Will it come up trumps? No idea, but as it's an AIM listed O&G the odds are stacked against it! I'm not bitter, ContraryMary. I only hold 2 shares, AMYT & GPM and both have done really well for me this year. Of course I could have done even better if I had bought PVR & LOGP at the end of March, early April, but as I've said until I'm blue in the face I no longer dabble in O&G shares! It's against my principles these days! 😁
02/8/2020
16:38
papillon: Congratulations to those who bought LOGP and/or PVR shares for the first time this year. They have made an excellent return. Those who bought at the the end of March/very early April have done exceptionally well. Those who bought LOGP and/or PVR in previous years at up to 70p for LOGP and £7 for PVR and still hold, tough!! You bought a pig in a poke! As I've been posting for some months now the LOGP & PVR charts have been bullish since April. At least the consortium has been named and though it doesn't contain any oil majors it does contain some well respected names. Now the serious negotiation between PVR and SpotOn and the consortium members can take place. Will it lead to a farm in deal on Barryroe? Who knows? If there is a farm in deal will PVR & LOGP keep half of their current percentage stakes in Barryroe, as promised by the failed APEC farm in, or will it be less? Who knows? I'm only an interested onlooker having dabbled in PVR & LOGP shares in the past. However I stopped gambling on oil and oil exploration shares over a year ago (as I've mentioned many times before) and though I was tempted to have a small punt at the end of March/early April I resisted the temptation. I gambled on gold instead when the gold price temporarily plunged at the end of March, via an investment trust(GPM), instead. PS Long term holders would do well to remember Barryroe was first discovered by Exxon almost 50 years ago and has yet to produce oil commercially. Oil majors have drilled wells on Barryroe in the past, but have always walked away. PS. You make a good point, hoper2, with "who provides the money"? LOGP & PVR are a complete punt at their current sp's. If it all comes out trumps a gambler could be quid's in, whereas if it all goes the way of the APEC deal you could be quid's out. Pays your money and takes your chances. That's AIM O&G hopefuls for you. Trade by all means, but be careful to take profits along the way. Don't be like hermana3 and steelwatch and pay top dollar for your shares, continue to hold as they drop in price and then add more all the way down and continue to hold.
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