Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rockhopper Exploration LSE:RKH London Ordinary Share GB00B0FVQX23 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -1.00% 24.75p 745,050 16:28:43
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
24.70p 25.20p 25.85p 24.75p 25.85p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 6.0 79.4 17.8 1.6 113.19

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Rockhopper Exploration Daily Update: Rockhopper Exploration is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RKH. The last closing price for Rockhopper Exploration was 25p.
Rockhopper Exploration has a 4 week average price of 22.40p and a 12 week average price of 20.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 28p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.75p.
There are currently 457,317,252 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 900,628 shares. The market capitalisation of Rockhopper Exploration is £113,186,019.87.
cyan: Yes. the presentation shows HI FID for Tolmount. It also shows SEALION production from 2021. Its been proposed that SEALION FID is towards the end 2018. Here is RKH RNS extract; hTTp:// "In line with previous guidance, Rockhopper's year-end 2017 cash balance was US$51 million (unaudited). Sam Moody, Chief Executive of Rockhopper, commented: "We are pleased to be able to start 2018 by reporting on the material progress we have made alongside partner Premier in moving forward many aspects of the Sea Lion project in recent months. We are delighted to have entered into exclusive LOIs with a number of the key contractors to Sea Lion and are hopeful of entering more during the first quarter of 2018. This news, alongside good progress with FIG on the FDP discussions, and continued engagement with FIG and other stakeholders on the EIS, represents good progress in taking the steps required to sanction the Sea Lion development at the end of 2018."
cyan: Probably 3 years to production of at least 75,000+ barrels per day (30,000 +to RKH). Even taking into account finance costs I would expect a share price of at least three times today's price. Could quickly double on FID announcement alone, then plateau for couple of years Brent $65.72 . Very good; a fair wind.
rodderz77: But, I should add, I still love Borders!!! The share price is still very cheap, and, if a farm-in ever took place, it would go bananas. And that would only be the start of the fun: a well on Darwin West would also target Stokes (directly underneath), which in turn would in effect derisk the enormous Sullivan prospect. It could be like exploration dominoes....
cyan: Good afternoon RTW The fear is that BOR missed the boat in 2012 through being too greedy and that they may never get the chance again to attract a farmin. With RKH I sleep at night; it hooked a partner and its on route to produce. The world is changing; the very gradual demise of oil is in sight now. It will take a really long time but the glorious days are over. The majors are moving big time to gas. As a footnote; FOGL made a huge gas discovery in the SFB but I doubt it will ever be exploited. Even the Saudi's have seen the writing on the wall and with their gigantic flotation of their oil assets are cashing in whilst there is still decent value . There have been plenty of attractive oil discoveries made to support demand; for example PMO's Mexican billion barrel Zama. Will a major find BOR's asset a must buy? I think BOR's chances are 50/50 that they will hook a partner. The recent rise in BOR's share price is based solely on hope and the back of POO's recovery . Time will tell. Not convinced its on BOR's side
cyan: Good afternoon GOM When I posted comparing UKOG and RKH was, ineptly, offering an opinion that in the world of investing you sometimes get fad stocks who small investors are all over buying big. Yes, its about buying and selling which can create over blown stock prices that are disconnected form any reasoned assessment of the actual likely realisable value of the assets. I watched the CTAG mania with amazement; tulip mania in the extreme. We shall just have to see what flow rates UKOG evidence but, imo, with their market cap being where it is and funded as it is , I see a LOT of downside risk. Its a bubble . I do not see such enormous downside with RKH which is out of fashion with its share price on its knees, for now. Lots of cash, no debt, reasonable production now, and a yet to be exploited GIANT oil field.
treasure: Views anyone - Nothing much to drive the share price upwards until we hear from PMO which may be next week but may not until Jan 12th etc etc. In light of the higher oil price now, perhaps RKH can now more than cover the annual costs and has some over. To liven the share price in the near term could they not pay a small divi. ? Maybe a penny to give a 5 per cent yield. This would lift the share price and kick some shorts out or if someone is trying to force the price down it would make it harder. The 60 or 70 million in the bank will not be enough to do much with that is going to make a material difference in the future. The long term potential ie next 5 years or more could be huge with Sea LIon and the rest but it seems likely in the next few years and not the next few months where the big reason for holding is the long term future but to take care of the hear and now and give new investors a reason to get on board and power up the share price It looks more likely to me that RKH will like PMO need to farm a bit more out to remove anymore funding reasons to short this anyway. Any views on why this would not be able to happen. Ta
pumped and dumped: This price represents fantastic value moving forwards and the risk vs reward ratio is well in favour of the Bulls. RKH share price was higher than this before they found any oil so I will continue buying at these give away prices . The bears are running out of steam!
hopefullyrich: credit to thegreaterfool from ii If I wasn't crying so hard about the share price, I'd laugh. You've got to admire RKH's consistency. Farm-in : share price drops Confirmation of oil : share price drops Sign for a rig : share price drops Agree expensive extraction method : share price drops Agree cheaper extraction method : share price drops Argentina make threats : share price drops Argentina threats disappear : share price drops II holdings go down : share price drops II holdings go up : share price drops Bulletin board traders predict a fall : share price drops Bulletin Board traders predict a rise : share price drops Drill actually starts turning in the ground, with 5 more drills to come, high CoS, fully funded, and a commitment to produce even if all of them hit nothing : share price drops You can't buy this kind of consistency anywhere else.
ghhghh: the_doc We will have to agree to disagree. IMO they have no chance of offloading part of the SFA. Yes they can sell 30% with the fixed liability of half the RKH carry but this will clearly be reflected in the sale price. Swings and roundabouts. You glibly talk about getting funding but getting funding in this market is horrendous. Its been bad for several years but now its pretty non exsistent. I'm not sure why you are also so defensive. I thought I was being positive. RKH can afford to give away some of the SL value to secure a deal. The critical issue is whether SL developed. Market thinks high risk and that's why RKH share price is where it is. Simple solution is RKH and PMO sell part of SL unencumbered, RKH dump the SFA and use the cash from their partial sale to fund their 20-25% equity. Both companies win and SL gets developed Alternative is a hostile 120p bid from PMO? RKH has some unhappy shareholders so possible but PMO can't afford cash and a paper bid not so attractive in this market.
smudgeroo: chrisoil, We all know how cheap RKH is and the majority of us will be here for years to come. No need to talk the company down. If the share price continues to slide the savvy investors among us will continue to use it to our advantage. Personally I'm not interested in what the share price will be next month, I'm more interested in the next 5-10 years. For the interest of the serious investors who read and contribute to this thread please give it up, if only to save further embarrassment to yourself. MOG duster news released and RKH share price up 5%. Who would have thought it!
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