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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serica Energy Plc LSE:SQZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0CY5V57 ORD USD0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -7.59% 73.00 71.10 76.10 78.70 70.80 77.00 235,097 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 35.9 46.4 22.0 3.2 195

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28/3/2020
04:48
@steel, cant really see them announcing the prelim results as scheduled, the guidance seemed to dissuade directors.They could put out some selected figures to soothe nerves.
xxx
27/3/2020
13:51
Well UK gas is now at about 18.7p. Thats quite some fall from its highs. I,m going to give a lot of credit to the poster Chestnuts who comes in for a lot of flack for his calls.He predicted it. I didn't see it coming but i,ve had it in the back of my mind , so a virtual hat tip for a really good call on Nat Gas. Lets hope it does not drop a great deal more as it will make life difficult here. imho
pineapple1
27/3/2020
11:56
Hoping this won't be applied here in respect of reporting: AIM Regulation introduces temporary measures to help AIM companies "navigate some of the challenges arising from COVID-19". In a rare relaxation of some of the stringent rules on the AIM market the regulators have relaxed a certain rules as summarised below: Where an AIM company requires more time than might usually be the case to make a compliant announcement (for example, due to unavailability of staff or professional advisers or restricted access to information) , the company can approach AIM Regulation through its nominated adviser to discuss whether a temporary suspension is required. It will be necessary for the company to explain fully why a suspension is appropriate: the decision to suspend is at the discretion of AIM Regulation and, if granted, will be for a limited period of time to enable the company to make a fully compliant announcement. Currently, once an AIM company's shares have been suspended for a period of 6 months its admission to AIM will be cancelled. AIM Regulation recognises that in the current circumstances logistical issues may mean that further time is needed to resolve the reason for suspension. Accordingly, for any AIM company that has been suspended between 30 September 2019 and 1 July 2020, the 6 month period will be extended to 12 months. The general requirement for a nominated adviser to make a site visit and meet the directors before taking on a new nomad client has been temporarily suspended provided alternative measures are used (such as virtual meetings). Once it becomes practicable to do so, the new nomads should undertake a site visit. Under the AIM Rules, an AIM company has 6 months after the end of its financial year to publish its annual audited accounts. An AIM company, through its nominated adviser, is now able to apply to AIM Regulation for a 3 month extension to the reporting deadline. This extension will be available to companies with financial year-ends between 30 September 2019 and 30 June 2020. AIM will continue to monitor the potential impact of COVID-19 on AIM companies and will provide further guidance as necessary.
steelwatch
26/3/2020
15:46
hTTps://www.serica-energy.com/downloads/releases/Corporate%20Update%20RNS%20Final.pdf Relevant bit is:- Serica expects to announce its maiden dividend at the time of the 2019 Annual Resultsin April2020.
joestalin
26/3/2020
15:39
water - don't bet on it, LOL https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/18320489.southern-water-left-no-choice-cut-jobs---union/
steelwatch
26/3/2020
15:12
Almsivi - if there is to be a dividend, it will be announced with the final results. At that time they will also announce the ex-div date and the payment date. All shares in London go ex-div on a Thursday. The process is pretty much the same for all companies. Hope this helps.
lord gnome
26/3/2020
14:56
Can anyone advise if there's an ex-dividend date published for sericas maiden or are ex-divis only used by large-caps?
almsivi
26/3/2020
13:15
everybody needs water that's a safe one
reallyrich
26/3/2020
13:01
Utilities are under pressure: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/virus-starts-to-hit-utilities-as-european-energy-prices-plunge
steelwatch
26/3/2020
10:28
Duplicate post.
farmscan
26/3/2020
10:28
I think Centrica have c£4 billion debt.
farmscan
26/3/2020
10:21
I think I'd rather stick to Serica.
farmscan
25/3/2020
21:48
Farms and - if that is your bet you would be better to buy Centrica. While domestic demand nay be up, industrial and commercial premises are shut down. Swings & roundabouts .
sunnysideup1
24/3/2020
14:39
From share price Angel's bulletin this morning:  We recommend investors consider the following sectors for recovery:  Mining – for the building boom to restart many economies & it’s our core specialisation  Oil & Gas – economic recovery still needs to be fuelled and powered with oil and gas  Builders  Building Materials https://www.uploadlibrary.com/SPAngel_JohnMeyer/SP_Angel_-_Morning_View_-_Tuesday_24.03.20.pdf
steelwatch
24/3/2020
13:28
Try telling an oil man that there is no future for oil. It's not in their DNA. They will always look for a deal.
lord gnome
24/3/2020
12:53
One could argue that as Serica is predominantly gas, with everybody at home at the moment, there will be increased demand for natural gas.
farmscan
24/3/2020
12:44
The point I am making is instead of spending money on oil assets they should just return it because the long term future of the oil industry is poor and the oil price may drop to levels that are uneconomic for new developments. There is a case for just maximisIng returns from existing assets and then shutter the business. TCW can then ride off into the sunset knowing he’s done his job.
sunnysideup1
24/3/2020
10:59
Lining up for the next tree shake? Buying on the dips!
joestalin
24/3/2020
10:58
Sun shining and a blue share price are both welcome moments in these testing times.
captainfatcat
22/3/2020
11:37
I do want to see a dividend paid to shareholders ,..even if modest which would instill confidence in “our company “ ..with our cash balance I feel that we don’t need a merger ..let’s sit on patience ! and see what our bod will pull out of the hat over the summer
nicnic1953
22/3/2020
11:27
Save their cash as they may be some unbelievable assets they would be able to buy from administrators if things get really bad. I have not bought many yet but this is one of the few I will buy.
robizm
22/3/2020
07:55
Personally, I would welcome a share buy back, if they are confident in the assets we have...the advantage is they know the assets and can scale the buyback..£10m seems reasonable and I hope they set a max price the co. would pay..
xxx
21/3/2020
14:03
"Serica shouldn’t bother paying a dividend next month. They should announce a £50m share buyback. Retire about 20% of the equity." I like that, but if they find that they do need the money, they would find it hard to re-raise it, right now. It would be better if they were to buy some BP shares with their cash.
joestalin
20/3/2020
18:05
Aaah right, with you now.
farmscan
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