Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Soco International LSE:SIA London Ordinary Share GB00B572ZV91 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.42% 119.75p 119.75p 120.50p 122.50p 118.25p 122.50p 40,997 11:46:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 125.2 4.6 -4.5 - 397.52

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27/7/2017
17:35
Hi ee, ...if a better solution is cheaper then it will certainly get adopted. I don't believe it proved necessary to legislate the switch from horse to 'tin Lizzie'! ATB
extrader
27/7/2017
15:07
Nice pattern forming here , down am and then up pm , let's keep that up for a few sessions.
jotoha2
27/7/2017
15:06
As ever, if a better solution is cheaper then it will certainly get adopted. But if a solution that is better for society as a whole is actually more expensive for the individual, then it won't fly without some form of subsidy/incentive......which begs the question of how the economics stack up for large-scale adoption. Now and in the future.........!
emptyend
27/7/2017
15:01
No harm in aspiration particularly when it comes to reducing fossil fuel burn and environmental damage. However, I agree that you need to have a sensible alternative in place.
nigelpm
27/7/2017
12:13
$51.12 Brent now. I'm wondering whether the new-found capital discipline evident in the majors' Q2 results is now seeing a read-across to future production limitations............it is all very well of the environmental lobby to look ahead 5/10/25 years and claim that electric cars etc are bound to take over (despite costs ramping up for eg lithium it seems)......but the question is what will be powering cars in 2020-25 .....and where it will be coming from.....and that is before we get to politics and disruptions arising therefrom....
emptyend
26/7/2017
20:28
Battery storage is key... Solve that and it's game on...
fangorn2
26/7/2017
20:27
Don't rule out pretty dramatic improvements in battery technology by then - at which point it will be economic for every house to be generating PV electric without subsidy. But that's a world away from the here and now and Saudi/OPEC needing higher oil prices.
nigelpm
26/7/2017
20:16
Will Hinkley Point be ready for the demand.
happy_plums
26/7/2017
18:54
Brent currently $50.73........http://www.livecharts.co.uk/MarketCharts/brent.phpWith my MP in charge of this 2040 electric vehicle policy, it is only a matter of time before it goes horribly wrong.......
emptyend
26/7/2017
14:19
I see this has gone back over 120p whilst I have been away Seen the new today re UK Gov banning petrol and diesel vehicles ? Good news re BMW making EV cars in the UK ?
buywell3
26/7/2017
14:17
Interesting article, is the shale revolutions stalling ? will the bond market start pricing it correctly ? will it be harder to get financing ? the saudis are planning to reduce exports, interesting development, anything to get that armaco float away I guess, https://seekingalpha.com/article/4090234-anadarko-saudi-arabia-just-call-bottom-oil?ifp=0
kenobi
26/7/2017
09:30
....bots seem busy these days.....
emptyend
25/7/2017
20:45
Brent over $50 tonight and stronger than at any time since late May in GBP terms............not worth shouting about, except to note that this is directionally the opposite from the expectations of certain posters on here.The Jefferies change of opinion seems based on expectations of deals creating growth.......so lets see....... Personally I think organic growth in production will also contribute, even though expectations for that have been downplayed.
emptyend
25/7/2017
14:38
Expect the TA boys to be all over this now - pretty strong triple bottom in place.
nigelpm
24/7/2017
09:05
Yeah, that one tickled me - given they were at 400p PT before!
nigelpm
24/7/2017
08:55
Soco Upgraded to Buy at Jefferies; PT Lowered to 150p
cwa1
24/7/2017
08:29
I see it reported that Peel Hunt put out a buy note on Friday.....don't normally have them down as a market-mover....
emptyend
24/7/2017
07:19
Nice touch in the use of 'kowtow', tournesol.
haideralifool
24/7/2017
07:16
Yes and then I could mention BREXIT campaign. Democracy at work? Or politicians playing games?
richalert
23/7/2017
23:56
Off topic rant - but heartfelt Fair point about democracy and the need to respect it even (or do I mean especially?) when we get a result we do not like. Democracy means accepting that we sometimes get outvoted and should accept the result with a good grace. And seek to effect change by democratic means, not by non-dmocratic processes. That being said. you mention the Pres of China. As it happens when the Olympic baton passed to China I was compelled to go out on the streets demonstrating against the Chinese occupation of Tibet. I was not at all happy with the way British institutions fawned on the Chinese, who have not even the smallest figleaf of democracy, whose brutal occupation of Tibet is contrary to international law and who have engaged in genocide and ethnic cleansing on a biblical scale. We might be powerless to stop them, but we should not avert our eyes and we don't have to kowtow. The authorities in London went to some lengths to accommodate Chinese efforts to obstruct our demos. Chinese students were bussed in from all over the country and were given pole position so they could cheer the official cavalcade. Their banners and sound systems - all provided by the Chinese embassy - and all orchestrated by embassy staff, were deployed to shield the Chinese officials from the sight and sound of our less well resourced and less orchestrated dissent. It was a small but shameful example of a totalitarian/anti-democratic regime being aided and abetted instead of being confronted. The wonderful Joanna Lumley was amongst us and gave an impassioned speech about the injustices being inflicted on Tibet. What a shame the spirit she embodies is so lacking in UK foreign policy.
tournesol
23/7/2017
20:39
Completely agree with ee. Anyway, let's stay on topic - could be an interesting week.
nigelpm
23/7/2017
18:34
Whilst no fan of Trump, he was legitimately elected US President. He should therefore be welcomed with at least as much (more, really, since the USA is a strategic ally) courtesy as was accorded to the President of China. And if he is not then we are simply cutting off our collective noses to spite our face - it would be pointless grandstanding by people who don't believe in democracy when it comes up with an inconvenient answer.I don't want to start a debate on this. It is simply a fact.
emptyend
23/7/2017
16:12
Forgot CAPITALS T. If don't shout then FAKE NEWS. Very very BAD.
greyingsurfer
23/7/2017
15:29
Nigel Are you saying that you will go out to cheer (metaphorically at least) when the Donald is driven in state through the streets of London to make a historic address to the Commons and the Lords? Bad Very Bad. The baddest thing ever.
tournesol
22/7/2017
21:37
Yep. Always the same. Like the protestors whining about trump visiting or capitalism. Total imbeciles who are unable to understand the real world and never protest the real issues because they are too difficult for them to understand. Rant over!
nigelpm
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