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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Synergia Energy Ltd LSE:SYN London Ordinary Share AU0000233538 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.12 2,913,583 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.115 0.125 0.12 0.12 0.12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:49:55 O 2,476 0.1152 GBX

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Posted at 04/10/2022 09:20 by Synergia Energy Daily Update
Synergia Energy Ltd is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYN. The last closing price for Synergia Energy was 0.12p.
Synergia Energy Ltd has a 4 week average price of 0.11p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.31p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.11p.
There are currently 8,417,790,704 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 123,963,562 shares. The market capitalisation of Synergia Energy Ltd is £10,101,348.84.
Posted at 27/9/2022 14:59 by arlington chetwynd talbott
It is news and it is okay but it is not the catalyst SYN needs - it is just a step on the way there.
Posted at 21/9/2022 06:35 by bigpecs
SYN rns out all good in the hood everyone with the Christmas tree installed and nitrogen on standby to remove any final frac fluid over the next 24 hours. let's hope we get some good volume and a bit more movement upwards .. GLA
Posted at 12/9/2022 17:29 by cool hand kev
Cheap as chips 🍟 at this price. Fill ya boots 🥾 before flow rates are announced shortly
Posted at 11/9/2022 09:02 by steveberyl
Companies such as, SYN, are going to get massive funds injected to ensure the fracking measures to produce the Gas requirements of the World are met, Quickly. Right time, right place. NCYT/Covid Springs to mind.
Posted at 20/8/2022 07:04 by josephrobert
The poster tries to justify his actions as he has used his 'analysis and judgement' which is not to 'provide misinformation'. Clearly there is merit of not taking RNSs on face value, but to see them on there own merits with analysis, evaluation and conclusions. It also means not following the company blindly or believing that as RW has worked on projects that have done well before then it means that SYN will work out. Any person who got burnt in 2014 in OEX will see the merit in that. However in this case unfortunately I see little merit.
Posted at 20/8/2022 06:26 by josephrobert
I see on the other board that there is one poster stating multiple times that there is water (ie formation water not frac water) coming from the reservoir without anything that I can see to back it up. Other posters are getting upset but haven't mentioned what has happened before in this area: hTTps:// -- On the basis of the recent laboratory analysis, the water being recovered is frac water. To date, no aquifer has been identified nor has any gas-water contact (GWC) or oil-water contact (OWC) been intersected in the 39 well penetrations of the Y zone Eocene reservoir section within the Cambay PSC.
Posted at 19/8/2022 07:08 by supercity
Some chunky options at 50 percent higher than todays price - just need the directors to work their magic on the share price now to enable them to use them.
Posted at 15/8/2022 18:02 by josephrobert
Thanks Geoff. There's a somewhat interesting discussion between one well meaning long standing poster and RW on the other board - it's worth reading to get an idea whether it is a bona fide conversation and what, if anything can be drawn from it; clearly there is no price sensitive information there, clearly it looks genuine. It ties in with what we know already, the company stated the well is currently showing the possibility of a farm in. Second, there may well be an increase from 0.5mmscfd for the 2 zones. In particular it appears to set expectations that each zone in the proposed new wells in 2023 will be able to increase from the 0.25mmscfd/zone currently indicated in 2022 to 0.5mmscfd/zone. Secondly if the production test shows 0.5mmscfd from two zones and if the decline rates are satisfactory, in conjunction with another set of lessons learnt and things to do differently, it is enough to convince a farm in. 8 zones means 4mmscfd which is within the production ranges stated many times before in RNSs at lower gas prices. Whatever the company says if the production test will show 0.5mmscfd from 2 zones it doesn't sound like a success or commercial or even a basis for development when the target was 4 times as high - after all it could be the basis of a farm in, but if it was the terms will not be as attractive as higher production figures. Any figures meaningfully less than the 2mmscfd target appears to show that the expectations of their model have not been met and they will aim to discover the reasons why so they can adapt their models for next year. If the company believes the existing flow rate provides the basis for the 2 drills in 2023 it is largely basing it on the recently increased Indian government set prices, which are at multiples to previous years which to me gives a sense of vulnerability. If the rate doesn't improve with the new production tubing etc (and we have seen in 2014 what a model can calculate the difference this can make) that shows that some of the assumptions of the model weren't valid. The production target of 2mmscfd from 2 zones and expectations of 4-5mmcfd from the 2023 wells which presumably would have 8 or more zones each never made sense to me, i.e. if we could get 2 from 2, that appears to mean we could get 8mmscfd from 8 zones. I don't understand why a target was mentioned, and if it was why was it an exact figure, not a range, or even a far lower figure to provide a margin of safety, or in particular a prorated figure of 1-1.25mmscfd ie 4-5mmscfd/4 zones. I'm not a fan of targets as they are often based on assumptions and wishful thinking, stating publically what the target is doesn't leave a margin for error, and it rather nails the company's colours to the mast  - it sets investor expectations and if they are not met then the share price will suffer.... I almost wonder if the 2mmscfd was stated as a scaled up equivalent for 8 zones, i.e. if we get 0.5mmscfd for 2 zones that means the equivilent of 2mmscfd for 8 zones, and that means a projection of 4mmscfd in the 8 zones of 2023. 'The targeted new initial production rate from the two new re-frac zones is 2 mmsfd. A successful re-frac operation will enable the initiation of the full Cambay field development with two new horizontal and fracced wells planned for end of 2022 / Q1 2023, subject to funding. Oilex's project studies and experience from other stimulation projects result in an expectation of initial production rates of 4-5 mmscfd for new horizontal wells which will provide robust economics.' hTTps://   I can't say that I find the company's communication on possible production figures clear as they could be. That said unless there is a problem I cannot see why the figure of 0.5mmscfd cannot improve unless the model is seriously deficient, including the stated target of 2mmscfd. Based on what we know a production test of 0.5mmscfd from 2 zones is equivilant to the 2.03 mmscfd from the 8 zones of 2014 - though the decline rates will surely be a lot better - I can't see that experts in their field would not get an improvement. The key thing for me is to see this refrac and completion as a clear basis for the farm in, whether there needs to be some adjustments to the proposed fracs next year or not. I am pencilling in that the next RNS says the Frac water has been continued to be removed at similar rates, so 75% or more sounds good to me. The 20th day is this Thursday.  
Posted at 12/8/2022 12:29 by josephrobert
The initial rate in 2014 was recently stated as 1MMSCFD and the production test 08/12/2014 stated it was 2.03MMSCFD - with different production tubes it was estimated to be 3.2MMSCFD. Those rates were based on a 350m lateral, and had 8 fracture zones (76H was 800m, 16 fracture zones).  hTTps://   Considering the mistakes made, on face value doubling the production rate amost seemed an impressive, yet uncommercial, result.
Posted at 03/8/2022 17:10 by steveberyl
The Mkt Cap of Shell at $147bn gives an idea of the Market we are in. One strike of any decent measure and Syn goes to the Stars. Syn have 8.5bn shares in issue, one good strike is all it takes. Holders dont need many to become very wealthy. This BOD seem to be very open and inform holders on a regular basis just what is happening. Happy to hold and add when able.
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