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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.50 1.68% 212.00 246,523 10:38:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
211.50 213.00 214.00 208.50 208.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 91.90 9.18 2.19 96.6 568
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:38:17 AT 499 212.00 GBX

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Serica Energy Daily Update: Serica Energy Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SQZ. The last closing price for Serica Energy was 208.50p.
Serica Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 152.40p and a 12 week average price of 143p.
The 1 year high share price is 214p while the 1 year low share price is currently 90p.
There are currently 268,093,233 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 940,773 shares. The market capitalisation of Serica Energy Plc is £567,017,187.80.
rivaldo: From today's Times - SQZ are “the way to play the UK’s energy crunch” according to Stifel :o)) Here's the extract re SQZ (nice work Mr & Mrs Hardy....): Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/not-everyone-loses-when-gas-prices-go-wild-rvncqvkb2 "Not everyone loses when gas prices go wild There’s cash to be made in the latest energy crisis, but watch out for a windfall tax, writes Emily Gosden Friday September 24 2021, 12.01am, The Times For most households in Britain, surging gas prices will mean a grim winter of rising energy bills. For one couple in the West Midlands, however, the recent rises have already delivered a multimillion-pound increase to their fortunes. David and Debbie Hardy, possibly Britain’s canniest retail investors, are the second biggest shareholders in Serica Energy, the Aim-quoted North Sea producer that pumps almost 5 per cent of UK gas production. Analysts say that Serica stands to be one of the biggest winners from the present crisis, alongside oil and gas majors, secretive gas traders and some power generators. However, all may be starting to feel nervous about their likely spoils after Kwasi Kwarteng, the business and energy secretary, said that he would not rule out a windfall tax on those profiting from rising gas prices. Serica is particularly well placed because it tends to hedge only about 25 per cent of its gas sales — an unusually low proportion that leaves the lion’s share to be sold at soaring spot prices. Analysts at Stifel, the broker, described Serica this week as “the way to play the UK’s energy crunch”. The company’s share price has risen by almost 80 per cent this year and by a third in the past month alone, taking its market capitalisation to almost £550 million. The rally continues a remarkable investment run for David Hardy, 61, and Debbie, 58, directors of a construction company based in the West Midlands. They appear to have acquired most of their 10.5 per cent stake in Serica in the depths of the oil price crash of 2014-16, when its shares, now at 204p, were as low as 3p. While the couple are believed to have spent at least £1 million buying the shares, the latest rally values their holding at about £57 million. The Hardys, described by Mitch Flegg, 61, Serica’s chief executive, as “ordinary private investors”, could not be reached for comment. Flegg confimed that Serica was benefiting from higher prices: “[The current situation] vindicates our policy for the last couple of years of investing in the gas market. The UK has a deficiency in production. We believe what we’re doing is right — to keep the lights on.” He warned that a windfall tax would deter Serica from investing in its gasfields to boost production. “What we’re seeing now is that the UK needs gas,” he said. “A windfall tax may make it difficult for companies such as ourselves to continue making the level of investment we’re planning in the next few years.” etc"
bomfin: The planets are aligning for Serica. Top prices, Production increases and increase to 100% retained profits before tax just 100 days away. They will almost undoubtedly be hedging some of the new production into the 1st quarter 2022. Meaning the share price can run all the way to £3/share imho dyor. Great for Serica, Not so good for the UK. Yes, it is going to get more expensive. Inflation will be up almost for certain. Gas, electicity and food prices.
lord gnome: News bulletins now highlighting problems with gas supplies and the surge in prices. What I want is a good surge in SQZ's share price towards £3. Monday will be interesting. The early money is already in, the mob should arrive next week.
investoroilandgas: Seeing SQZ close at 1.81p today marks a milestone for my investment portfolio. Back in November 2013 SQZ launched a Rights Issue @ 18.0p per share, I participated in that capital raise and bought "Additional Shares". 12 months after the Rights Issue, the share price more than halved, I decided to double down. I did think that my investment in SQZ would be wiped out when the share price fell below 5p, fast forward nearly seven years, the share price now stands at 10 times the 2013 Rights Issue price, thank you to the Board & Staff at Serica Energy. The journey is not over, I'm looking forward to 30 September 2021. GLA.
xxnjr: Current hedging is all 'swaps', as per last annual results Pres (slide 9) "A ‘swap’ is a synthetic product replicating forward sales with counterparties compensating each other for variations between strike price and actual market price. These effectively fix sales price, for no upfront cost, at the agreed level with Serica receiving the differential for prices lower than the swap price and the counterparty receiving the differential for prices higher than the swap price" SQZ's swap position averages to (back of envelope calc.):- 2021 1H: 167,500 @ 37.5p/th/day 2021 2H: 192,500 @ 35.9p/th/day 2022 1H: 250,000 @ 40.9p/th/day 2022 2H: 150,000 @ 39.7p/th/day
bountyhunter: If Serica could get those Rhum reserves upgraded then that would give the share price another boost. Eigg should be interesting next year but adds a bit of risk - I can't find the geological CoS for North Eigg anywhere. I did look at PMG but at a simplistic level didn't think the production/MC ratio compared very favourably with SQZ. I sold out there a while ago when they bought that Scottish farm which they have done nothing with! :)
bomfin: Wee clue from the June rns. Serica Energy Plc (LSE) LSE:SQZ Serica Energy Share News (SQZ) 1 Follow SQZ [ADVERT] 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 0.20 0.12% 169.80 168.20 170.00 169.80 166.40 169.00 24,302 08:04:12 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) Oil & Gas Producers 91.9 9.2 2.2 77.9 455 Print Alert Serica Energy PLC Rhum R3 Well Flow Test Results 10/06/2021 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Serica Energy (LSE:SQZ) Historical Stock Chart From Jun 2021 to Sep 2021 Click Here for more Serica Energy Charts. TIDMSQZ RNS Number : 3819B Serica Energy PLC 10 June 2021 Serica Energy plc ("Serica" or the "Company") Rhum R3 Well Flow Test Results London, 10 June 2021 - Serica Energy plc (AIM: SQZ), a British independent upstream oil and gas company with operations centred on the UK North Sea and over 80% gas production, is pleased to provide the following operational update for the Rhum R3 well. The new completion equipment has been successfully installed into R3 and a flow test has now been performed. A stabilised flow rate of 58.4mmscf/d of gas and 135bbls/d of condensate has been achieved through a 60/64ths inch choke. This rate was constrained by the surface well test equipment on board the WilPhoenix semi-submersible drilling rig and it is expected that the well will be able to produce at higher rates when in production.
lazarus2010: O/T DYOR check out EME, transformational news is out and the share price has thus far failed to react. There is a Broker's Note from Cenkos giving guidance in the success case. They have just booked a rig to drill their first offshore well 'Jade' in the South Chins Sea, upside is 395mm bbls of which they will get 49% after CNOOC pay their costs and get 51% . 2 further well Topaz and Pearly, each bigger than the other, potential for 1bln bbls if all 3 succeed. This would take the share price into the £££s from pennies. The CEO owns 88,888,888 shares so has all his skin in the game. Very strong board also shareholders. Also have a working interest in a gas find offshore Indonesia which is going through the GSA and final PoD PiD stages, original plan was to sell once in place but looking likely they will hold on to their 8.5% share until it gets closer to actual production and try and maximise their sale price. Estimates are that it is worth $35mln++ at current gas prices 'in the ground' NIAI DYOR AIMHO
investoroilandgas: My SQZ shares have completely transformed my ISA & SIPP. Back in 2013 I got fed up with AXA doing nothing except taking management charges from an old money purchase personal pension. I transferred the funds into a Barclays SIPP, ended up buying 38,000 SQZ shares (not all at once), just checked the account this morning, my SQZ have four folded the value of my SIPP. Given yesterday's RNS, I have no intention of selling any SQZ shares in any of my accounts. I salute the board and staff of Serica Energy. The journey continues.....
captainfatcat: It's incredibly satisfying to see the SQZ share price pushing north once again and passing historic highs. The increased production coming online from R3 and Columbus later coinciding with vastly improved oil and gas prices is very encouraging for the share price to rise further as we count down to the full entitlement to BKR production and revenue in 1st January 2022 Serica very much looking a rare beast with no debt and generating a wall of cash. 😁
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