Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockhopper Exploration Plc LSE:RKH London Ordinary Share GB00B0FVQX23 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.17 -2.29% 7.26 271,203 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.11 7.41 7.06 7.06 7.06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 8.30 -5.57 -1.23 33
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:02 O 14,917 7.29 GBX

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Rockhopper Exploration Daily Update: Rockhopper Exploration Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RKH. The last closing price for Rockhopper Exploration was 7.43p.
Rockhopper Exploration Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.01p and a 12 week average price of 5.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 22.45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4p.
There are currently 457,714,660 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 325,229 shares. The market capitalisation of Rockhopper Exploration Plc is £33,230,084.32.
nigoil: You come up with some cr@p username schachmeister my little lying princess 👸 , You posted the same thing about trp, LOL! Anyway what has happened to the sophisticated investor and the daily Rkh share price commentary between Rkh and Pmo, LOL ! You do like to reinvent yourself don't you Penny to make punters believe you are real and also make them think you know what you are posting about , but we both know you are really full of sh$t, don't we, what an absolute conning t@sser you are , LOL! ........What a tw@t..........Simples!....4p....apache....LOL...sophisticated.....LOL.....powder dry.....LOL......trp..........PMSL........;-) P.S. I see your not posting on Amurs forum ?????
nigoil: My views on where the Rkh share price is no different to my views on Pmo,Tlw,Enq,Bp., Shell,Panr etc etc. The World has and is in crisis, and all because of a little disease called Coronavirus. Now the biggest and best buying opportunities have passed by, as the World nations are starting to recover and solutions are being found to combat this disease. Six months from now anyone who was buying at these low sp,s and is still buying will make a fortune! Rkh is a massive STRONG BUY @ 25p, nevermind 6p, simples! Regarding Trp, I wouldn't touch them with a barge pole and regarding diamonds, they're for fake people, simples!..........;-) I can't believe Glamrocklover received 56 tick ups, no wonder your girlfriend is sulking schachmeister, LOL!
schachmeister: Never mind how long it may takes to get the Poo back up, the Rkh share price is purely geared to the downside and will find it extremely difficult to recover losses after the Poo recovers because there are so few buyers.
nigoil: I'm expecting the next two updates to add a combined value of a minimum of 22p to the Rkh share price and that's not including anything to do with the Navitas deal, simples! Anyone spotted any swallows yet?
stocktastic: JNBRW you would be deluted to think it wasn't either a) necessary or b) inevitable Premier went for the original deal based on a particular view of the POO outlook That changed dramatically, as did its finances. Sea Lion would not happen without a material change in the deal. Did you expect Premier to have to farm out some of its share with no loss to RKH?? Altering the deal was the only way that SL could realistically have a chance of going ahead The challenges and low likelihood of SL at the time were why RKH share price went all the way down to 15p levels The deal provides a way forward to SL and for RKH to get value from it The value from SL will ultimately be worth many, many times the current share price. JNBRW 9 Jan '20 - 09:48 - 43923 of 43949 0   1  0 The more you read about this "deal", the more you realise it surrenders so many of the benefits and free carrys that we negotiated from premier when we gave them 60% of our oil discovery.
nigoil: I have to disagree entirely with schachmeister and agree with Robpuguk. Rkh share price has been manipulated for months now, and my greatest fear is that the II's will hoover up the shares that private investors have been holding very cheaply! Once Rkh announce FID this current share price will be a distant memory and will be valued multiples higher. DON'T GET MUGGED!!!!!!
nigoil: And if you believe all that you read cyan you are incredibly naive. We all know what is happening on the Lse forum as well as on here, which is a concertive effort to de-ramp and suppress Rkh share price before the positive news starts to flow. I post on both forums as nigoil, what other usernames are you guys using on Lse? I know, lol ;-)
cyan: Don't you EVER EVER call me dishonest Nigoil. You are really poisonous. "but he didn't like being challenged or disagreed with regarding Arg and i think that maybe the real reason he has spat his dummy out, shame!" Oh dear."please don't twist things to suit your agenda" Just exactly what you have done. You completly misrepresented what happened. The LSE thread had been trashed by you and others attacking each other. I thought I would ignore the personal stuff and start a thread called "Finance" in the hope that discussions could switch back to RKH. No-one commented so I decided to repost on ADVFN to stimulate a reasoned discussion which it did until you came on here with your outrageous "good riddance" post. Please do not come on here to spoil this BB too. I despair at the LSE BB which you have helped ruin with dozens of posts personally attacking others over some fantastic 'boiler room' conspiracy to destroy RKH share price. You obviously do not know how boiler rooms operate. As for "hard facts." I think you are a dangerous poster who posts very misleading statements like this; 03 Nov 2019 14:04 "Will Poo ever be $100 again? Yes! By 2024 more than likely. Is drilling in the Falklands a gamble? No! It wasn't in 1998, 2010, 2015 so why should it be now?" and this; 02 Nov 2019 21:05 "You need to look at Arg and Rkh prospects together, they do show the positioning of Chatham in relation to Rhia over stepping the license areas. This does need to be addressed by Pmo, Rkh and Arg and whoever else farms in and the only way to solve it, is drill and with a deal in place first. It's certainly no wildcat, more of an appraisal" You can not describe any undrilled targets like Chatham Deep ( RKH Gcos just 17%) or Rhea as "appraisals". They are calculated 'gambles' with risks. ARG stressed that in their annual report hTTp:// "General exploration risk Whilst results in the surrounding area are encouraging with respect to the oil and gas potential of the area and interpretation of the seismic data has indicated extensive prospectivity within the Licence area, no commercial volumes of oil or gas have yet been discovered and there is no certainty that such discoveries will ever be made." I could go on but I am not prepared to waste more time or bore others here who want to focus on RKH
cyan: A good news day. As speculated by many; Zama to be sold and that will be great for PMO's books. The surprise is the intent to spend more on SEALION and up production. RKH share price should be far higher now. Lets see what tomorrow brings. Not unexpected that BOR had a little lift after our good news. BOR might look 'cheap' but the issues remain; no partner has emerged for them and big oil recently ignored the Darwin 'bird in the hand' to instead invest in speculative Argentinean blocks; the maybe 'two in the bush' exploration.
whackford: Steve - you may be right about buying out RKH but I would expect far better than a 50% premium. The carry for Phase 1 is worth about 60p per RKH share ($375m).. I believe there is a price below which PMO would find it very worthwhile to buy RKH. Similarly, there is an RKH share price above which RKH management would find it beneficial to become part of PMO with its wider, non-Falkland assets which are already producing. Both companies have, I should think, considered exploring this price-band. If PMO had 100% of the basin and could raise enough from the Zama sale they would have a major oil source (F.I.) without sharing with a farminee.
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