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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Exploration & Production Plc LSE:TRIN London Ordinary Share GB00B8JG4R91 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.6% 8.35 8.20 8.50 8.35 8.30 8.30 1,134,818 09:25:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 48.2 -10.6 -1.5 - 32

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25/10/2020
08:34
You will attack 9p again Monday / Tuesday in my opinion. Looks primed. Im still tied up elsewhere unfortunately
aimmafia
24/10/2020
10:59
Chart still looking great, maybe next week we get some of the expected news to kick things off. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mark10101
24/10/2020
08:36
Hodhasharan, "Rowley said, “We also intend to revisit the fiscal regime governing the petroleum sector to ensure that Trinidad and Tobago remains an attractive investment.”" This extract is of great importance/significance to all TRIN investors but I don't thing you know enough about the company to see that. I have just half defended your outburst on the TPG bb but if you repeat this sort of things on here and I will ban you.
pavey ark
24/10/2020
06:11
This is on top of the positive steps taken in the recent budget. hTTps://www.stabroeknews.com/2020/10/20/news/regional/trinidad/trinidad-to-revisit-the-energy-fiscal-regime/ “Trinidad to revisit the energy fiscal regime By Stabroek News October 20, 2020 (Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has announced that the government will revisit the energy sector tax regime to ensure the country remains competitive. Speaking during a virtual conference hosted on Friday by the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean (AACCLA) themed, forecast for Latin America and the Caribbean, Rowley said, “We also intend to revisit the fiscal regime governing the petroleum sector to ensure that Trinidad and Tobago remains an attractive investment.” A recent study by the IDB said T&T’s fiscal regime for the energy sector is one of the most uncompetitive in the region. Only last Monday Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced a change in the applicati0n of the supplemental petroleum tax so that oil companies producing 2000 or fewer barrels of oil per day will not have to pay SPT unless the price exceeds US $75 a barrel. This measure is expected to be in place until 2023.”
mark10101
23/10/2020
18:42
Still waiting !!!
nocents
23/10/2020
16:44
Well the volume was good today and although marked as sells they were virtually all buys. Chart still looking very tasty just need Bruce to deliver a few positive surprises.
mark10101
23/10/2020
16:33
Any share paying a 6% dividend is not going to be overlooked for long. Furthermore a higher capital value will attract new investors and make it easier to raise capital either through borrowing or dilution. To me it’s a no brainer.
nafafa
23/10/2020
11:17
My point exactly the other day. Can’t believe how Trin is being overlooked at the value it is at. I had to put up with the usual lambasting but that’s just some people. All is right in the house of Trin but the market will not recognize it. Any other share....bang!!!!
nocents
23/10/2020
10:29
Yes nocents, I was always supportive of a dividend during the period of fiscal repression TRIN was in. With the SPT amendments I am keener for Bruce to deliver growth than income. Remarkable how the market is still overlooking TRIN ATM with the reforms going on and the depth of opportunities TRIN now has on the doorstep.
mark10101
23/10/2020
09:40
I agree with all of that Mark . They need to deliver the news flow which they promised in the RNS. My only desire for a dividend is to retain investors!!
nocents
23/10/2020
08:10
Nafafa, TRIN need to do something share price accretive and with the SPT cloud removed I see less reason for a dividend now, but Bruce and team need to start delivering value enhancing moves. It was promised in the summer updates that the final QRT was going to be a busy one. I for one am looking forward to the news flows to come.
mark10101
23/10/2020
07:33
I agree a modest dividend of .005p would cost £2m, yielding a wapping 6%, is surely eminently affordable. The dividend payment benefits in terms of long term holder satisfaction and investor attractiveness of the business would outweigh that of the loss of a proportion of funds available for new field development, itself not without risk. A little jam today would be nice!
nafafa
22/10/2020
17:58
Some encouraging buys today. I am hoping we have dispensed with the fast-food brigade and Trin can recover. A token dividend would certainly add credibility and put use to some of the no-capex cash accrued. No drillingbuntil next year and cash generation should cover that. Insurance in Q1is an albatross.
nocents
22/10/2020
17:27
I am well well aware and highly respectful of Trin’s significant strengths. Sad at the market’s perception which is the result of many factors. I hope respect will return to the chatsite now that almost all acidic contributors have left and we can start discussing things mutually.
nocents
22/10/2020
17:23
Trin suggested dividend in last RNS. Short-sighted? Tell them then. Following comment is in itself superficial and bordering on meaningless. It’d be nice one day to experience a smidgeon of “unconditional regard”(quote from psychologist Carl Rogers) which should be shown to all contributors and deserving walkers on the world!! So easy to criticise.
nocents
22/10/2020
14:36
Yes Spell, good to the offer responding now 8.34p to buy.
mark10101
22/10/2020
14:17
2 x 100k = buys
spellbrook
21/10/2020
23:07
Wwick, I don’t agree with you about a dividend. A modest divi would deliver a healthy return, be eminently affordable and I suggest would have minimal impact on growth aspirations. Furthermore, were the divi to be paid every quarter it would encourage share retention and likely attract new investors so raising the share price and value of the business. It would even make it easier to raise additional capital.
nafafa
21/10/2020
20:34
"communication" = superficial
wwick
21/10/2020
20:33
"divvy" = short sighted
wwick
21/10/2020
16:24
Frustrating is no understatement. Unfortunately short term sellers drive the price down on any rise. This is not adrressed by Trin. They could introduce a divvy to retain investors or a buyback or promote more media and shareholder communication. They are not supporting their own share price so it makes it hard for long term holdrs. The new Trin has now created its own reputation. They said they wanted long term holders but then to be a long term holder has been misery. TXP has retained value and many shareholders. Trin has not. I don’t know when they will wake up to its importance in the long term holders lives and the company’s reputation. They can become hyper efficient and generate cash but also generate a poor reputation for looking after shareholders’ wellbeing. How long does a long term holder have to wait to get their initial investment back for goodness sake?? Trin is in the best shape yet with great prospects and holding up well. But you’d never know it! Great time to buy. Yet another miserable and frustrating time to hold.
nocents
21/10/2020
16:05
Singularly the most frustrating share in my portfolio. Cash looks good. Trading looks good. Geography and government looks good. Does nothing for a year. Luckily I bought equal numbers of txp and trin so portfolio looking great Hoping for money back at 12p plus. Let's see.
glennborthwick
21/10/2020
09:49
You only need look at the outflows from UK equity funds over the past few months. Most funds have to raise cash and will sell when and where there is liquidity almost regardless.
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