Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serica Energy 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 26.75p 26.50p 26.75p 27.00p 26.00p 26.00p 914,922 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 17.4 2.7 3.2 8.7 66.92

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21/7/2017
12:11
Looks like it's turned to me..
fardels bear
20/7/2017
22:47
Bear A couple of thoughts with that statement, if i was buying i would want an exceptional good deal like the Erskin deal, also that statement is an explanation why they are selling to BP shareholders or an excuse why they are selling and probably how cheap they will sell them for. Either way it will probably lift Serica share price short term.
chestnuts
20/7/2017
18:53
"Without material discoveries going forward we'd expect production to go back into terminal decline around 2018 in the U.K.," said Ms. Legate. Ye gods. Next contestant, Mrs. Sybil Fawlty from Torquay. Specialist subject - the bleeding obvious.
fardels bear
20/7/2017
14:17
Posted on the HUR thread by Sophia1982 BP approaches possible buyers of North Sea assets Published: July 20, 2017 7:43 a.m. ET By Sarah McFarlane LONDON-- BP PLC has approached potential buyers of its oil-and-gas production assets in the North Sea, people familiar with the matter said, around 50 years after the once-state-owned company helped pioneer deepwater extraction there. Some of the people said the talks included essentially the full range of BP's currently producing assets in the North Sea, where the London-based company is the top producer. The potential buyers include private-equity firms, the people said. The discussions are at an early stage, the people said, and it isn't clear what the value of the assets is or which ones BP would ultimately part with. "At the minute, there's been initial conversations," one of the people said. BP said it remained "committed to the U.K. North Sea, and any rumors to the contrary are simply false." The company said it was in the middle of a plan to double its U.K. North Sea production to 200,000 barrels a day and pointed to important new developments there west of the Shetland Islands. "Our aim is to sustain a material business in the region for decades to come," BP said. North Sea production peaked in the 1990s and it has become more expensive to extract the remaining barrels from aging fields. Production began declining after 2000, although recently perked up, after a series of government tax breaks encouraged investment. Any move to sell a large portion of its North Sea assets would be a departure for BP. The company has been a leader in the North Sea since the mid-1960s, when exploration and production began, helping make the region one of the world's great petroleum basins. Like other big oil companies, BP has been reviewing its assets after a three-year rout in oil prices, with high-cost regions including the North Sea particularly in focus. It already sold part of its interest in the North Sea's Magnus field to EnQuest PLC earlier this year. Royal Dutch Shell PLC, previously the region's top producer, halved its North Sea output after striking a $3.8 billion deal with private-equity backed Chrysaor in January. "The majors have reduced spend because they can't get the returns in the North Sea compared to more attractive, lower-cost opportunities globally, " such as Brazilian deep water and U.S. shale, said Fiona Legate, an analyst at Wood Mackenzie, the Scottish energy consultancy. Wood Mackenzie forecasts U.K. production will rise to 1.87 million barrels a day in 2017, from 1.67 million a day last year, as a result of new developments starting up and increased production efficiencies. "Without material discoveries going forward we'd expect production to go back into terminal decline around 2018 in the U.K.," said Ms. Legate. Private-equity firms are coming in and extending production on fields and "that happening more often will add up and help squeeze those extra barrels out from the North Sea," added Ms. Legate.
farmscan
19/7/2017
12:21
Yebbut let's not forget that almsivi actually knows what's going on, whereas we are all just guessing.. Doncha, my son?
fardels bear
19/7/2017
12:12
FWIW, once Chrysaor have taken over, I would'nt be surprised if SQZ do another deal with BP...still no sign of them selling their 13.5 million shares/5% of SQZ....
sawney
19/7/2017
11:20
Hmm but January is 2018, And did not Caesar promise that 2017 would be a trasformational year?
fardels bear
19/7/2017
11:02
Without news this is a hold-tight for long termers but equally a genuine opportunity for someone to make a quick buck over the next 6 months. September will bring Chrysaor ownership of Lomond along with details of how they expect to drive value from their purchases and will also mark publication of our interim financials. January will see an operational update. Patience will pay.
almsivi
18/7/2017
17:01
This should help the oil price hxxp://uk.businessinsider.com/saudi-arabia-problems-could-wipe-out-the-worlds-oil-glut-in-weeks-2017-7?r=US&IR=T
chestnuts
18/7/2017
14:45
They dont ring bells at tops or bottoms
chestnuts
18/7/2017
13:08
Moi aussi.
fardels bear
17/7/2017
23:50
Mr BearDon't be so mean.I simply stating what many are thinking.Good luck with SQZ. I'm sure will come good in the end for you.When I sell AST in a few weeks I will check on SQZ and may pick some up if its continues to drift lower.
ilovetowin
17/7/2017
20:08
Why didn't you sell then or are you that stupid tonto.
blueball
17/7/2017
16:23
Everyone says how much cash this is generating each week, month and quarter.How this is the best company out there.You know what? The market doesn't think so. The market doesn't think so for some time now, not days or weeks but for months.It's pricing this where it is for a reason. This is not a deramp. This is just a reality check for you.
ilovetowin
17/7/2017
14:50
Patience, blue balls... ;7
fardels bear
17/7/2017
14:38
Cant understand this one.
blueball
15/7/2017
09:19
I think I saw Billy Connolly there & a few bands... Occasionally popped into Oscars when that was on the go ;-) Https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/fp/news/local/pictures-capitol-ages/ Https://www.flickr.com/photos/8333696/sets/72157606230944296/
oilretire
15/7/2017
08:44
Although mainly about PVR, SQZ also mentioned: https://www.energyvoice.com/opinion/144731/opinion-big-irish-atlantic-hopes-riding-druid-drombeg-probe/
steelwatch
14/7/2017
17:41
I love that building. It's the kind of quirky art-deco style that Aberdeen needs! Was very pleased when I learned it was going to be regenerated.
almsivi
14/7/2017
12:29
They are indeed moving. Nice office too...... Http://knight-thecapitol.co.uk/# Once back almsivi you may find a small FPS related hiccup, all good now though.
oilretire
14/7/2017
12:21
I mention a few months ago that if Lomond is the tieback hub for Columbus, we won't hear about it until after Chrysaor take over official stewardship of the platform. As you presciently mention, the BG staff have been pulled from Albyn Place to Tullos and will invariably end up moving again. There's little point in Shell using the Columbus development as a public relations piece when they are handing the keys over in a few months. That said, if Shearwater ends up being the tieback hub, it'll be Shell / Dana who will drive the announcement so in my opinion, we should get a very large hint in September as to who's developing it for us, and crucially, when.
almsivi
14/7/2017
12:16
And if the chosen route is Shearwater, well that's still the same office block as Lomond, for now anyway.
oilretire
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