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Savannah Petroleum Plc LSE:SAVP London Ordinary Share GB00BP41S218 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.90 8.16 8.98 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -19.3 -2.4 - 78

Savannah Petroleum Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/1/2020
21:06
So mate, whilst we would all love to see a much better price, do give it a rest criticising MT. You might be in relaxed positionbut there's many of we smaller investors who aren't, having held on to the last few days.
bushman1
27/1/2020
18:15
AK better not conjure up an RNS before I take a bite. Market hysteria driving everything down. Thinning the herd by 2-3% is probably what the welfare state that is Western Europe needs.
honestmarty
27/1/2020
18:03
Think there's a gap around 12-13p.
mr roper
27/1/2020
17:53
In two days it should be 15p , nice !
jotoha2
26/1/2020
23:22
Poor MT. Yet another eternal ramper bites the dust. If it wasn't for his wonderful investment skills he might even have lost money. Barely believable? Pompous punters throwing in the towel, stops being hit..... Probably explains the relentless drip, drip Starting to look attractive for a short-term trade. I'm 're.. viewing, the situ..ation....
honestmarty
26/1/2020
12:43
Hasn't moved as fast as we like but i still view the investment as compelling. I actually think some investors understand the simpler form of just investing in a pure exploration company such as the Niger assets - ie find lots of oil, increase the value and sell on to a bigger player and i think this is one of the main drags on the performance of the share price for the company as Niger progress has been slow. I remain firmly convinced that this is a big company in the making and that means studying all the elements and strands of the business. If we were just an oil/gas explorer - that's one thing. But also a significant gas producer (and oil producer in the making). Accugas - an opportunity as big in sales/revenue as to being just an explorer/producer. Calabar Cross River state - 561 MW power station. 5 gas turbines of 25-30 mmcf/d each. 125 - 150 mmcf/d (20,800 - 25,000 boepd). Alaoji Ibom state - 450 MW (currently avaialbile) power station. 4 gas turbines of 25-30 mmcf/d each. 100-120 mmcf/d (16,600 - 20,000 boepd). Alaoji design cpacity is 1,074 MW so in effect a future full potential with additional turbines installed would mean an additional potential supply requirement of 23,000 - 27,500 boepd in addtion to above. That is down the road but with 25,000 MW planned - Siemens apparently supported by the German government is to help build a 1350 MW p/station at Abuja, 1350 MW at Kaduna, 1350 MW at Kano and 450 MW at Lagos. The shortfall to 25,000 MW will be made up from upgrading existing stations and building new smaller stations with investment funding. It's clear that existing power stations also have to be upgraded if they are to deliver. Siemens aren't only involved with new power stations but entire infrastructure from lines, sub-stations to metering etc. We also supply Ibom Power as well as the Unicem cement plant on long term contracts. In the Accugas element -Through it's existing customers Savp could more than double or triple it's production over time and this i beleive is why AAIM have been a significant direct investor. We have key infrastructure. That's a big buisness oppportunity solely for the Accugas side that we own (80%). Additional gas and oil field opportunities down the road to grow reserves/production. If we were just an oil/gas explorer - that's one thing. But also a significant gas producer (and oil producer in the making). Accugas - an opportunity as big in sales/revenue as to being just a stand alone explorer/producer.
zengas
24/1/2020
14:52
From a technical perspective this looks as though it either has bottomed or will do on Monday in very high 16s.
langland
24/1/2020
11:16
The JV partner was scheduled for H1 2020, its January....
stockport loser
24/1/2020
09:10
Bushman, I think that is wishful thinking rather than anything with any substance after all this time.
nametrade
24/1/2020
04:52
Yesterday, a few small sells countered by several large buys. Overhang yet to be fully cleared, IMO Niger farm-in partner DD being carried out hence the wait for the RNS. ( PLease DYOR )
bushman1
24/1/2020
04:35
Well there's something material that's been happening here in the last week to cause a 20% share price drop, and it ain't good news. Problem is we PIs will be the last to find out.
divmad
23/1/2020
13:28
Getting close to buying price , ready steady ............
jotoha2
23/1/2020
08:56
Did you remind them of the illusive new gas contract? also that the proof will be in the pudding re FCF and debt paydown.. market will be looking for signs of this. edit, thank you for the info though. regards.
nametrade
23/1/2020
08:53
Riverfort are basically an institutional wonga though aren't they. Sounds like the co are saying nothing to see here move along.
mr roper
23/1/2020
08:46
Spoken to the company. They have pointed out that the Riverfort facility is not material in the context of the group (ie around 1 percent of group debt) and therefore is not something they are required/should be commenting on individually via RNS. However, they have also reminded me of the USD74m cash inflow on close of the transaction, the significant cashflow generation and debt paydown indicated via RNS in December and that were the company to issue equity it would be required to RNS this. In other words the company is saying the loan is immaterial now post deal and Riverfort are not shorting stock.
gmr64
22/1/2020
16:21
Its all down to the BOD , they really are a bunch of bad boys.
jotoha2
22/1/2020
14:44
Thanks nen. I can feel the love and respect.
honestmarty
22/1/2020
14:32
HonestMarty. The only reason I read this board. Quality!
nen2319
22/1/2020
14:27
Well said Bushman !
westmoreland lad
22/1/2020
14:26
As of yesterday, the Foreign Ministers of both India and China were in Niamey, for further detail do please read the posts by Agadem on LSE.
bushman1
22/1/2020
14:21
These sell trades today I suggest are really based on nothing of any substance. We can expect an update with the Niger CPR currently being processed and other details in due course. Hugely frustrating but ' good will ' owt '.
bushman1
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