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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Tullow Oil Plc TLW London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 52.04 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
52.04
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Industry Sector
OIL & GAS PRODUCERS

Tullow Oil TLW Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
23/07/2019InterimUSX2.3530/12/201830/06/201929/08/201930/08/201904/10/20192.35
30/07/2014InterimGBX430/12/201330/06/201427/08/201429/08/201403/10/20144
12/02/2014FinalGBX831/12/201231/12/201302/04/201404/04/201409/05/201412
31/07/2013InterimGBX431/12/201231/12/201328/08/201330/08/201303/10/20130
13/02/2013FinalGBX831/12/201131/12/201217/04/201319/04/201316/05/201312
25/07/2012InterimGBX431/12/201131/12/201205/09/201207/09/201204/10/20120
14/03/2012FinalGBX831/12/201031/12/201118/04/201220/04/201224/05/201212
24/08/2011InterimGBX431/12/201031/12/201128/09/201130/09/201103/11/20110
09/03/2011FinalGBX431/12/200931/12/201013/04/201115/04/201120/05/20116
25/08/2010InterimGBX231/12/200931/12/201029/09/201001/10/201004/11/20100
10/03/2010FinalGBX431/12/200831/12/200914/04/201016/04/201021/05/20106
26/08/2009InterimGBX231/12/200831/12/200930/09/200902/10/200906/11/20090
13/03/2009FinalGBX431/12/200731/12/200815/04/200917/04/200921/05/20096
27/08/2008InterimGBX230/12/200730/06/200801/10/200803/10/200806/11/20080
12/03/2008FinalGBX431/12/200631/12/200716/04/200818/04/200821/05/20086
19/03/2007FinalGBX3.531/12/200531/12/200602/05/200704/05/200706/06/20075.5
06/09/2006InterimGBX230/12/200530/06/200627/09/200629/09/200607/11/20060
29/03/2006FinalGBX331/12/200431/12/200510/05/200612/05/200607/06/20064
13/09/2005InterimGBX130/12/200430/06/200505/10/200507/10/200509/11/20050
12/04/2005FinalGBX1.2531/12/200331/12/200401/06/200503/06/200508/07/20051.75
13/09/2004InterimGBX0.531/12/200331/12/200406/10/200408/10/200409/11/20040
13/05/2004InterimGBX131/12/200331/12/200419/05/200421/05/200409/07/20040
04/05/2004FinalGBX131/12/200231/12/200319/05/200421/05/200421/05/20042
09/10/2003InterimGBX131/12/200231/12/200315/10/200317/10/200307/11/20030

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
14/10/2021
10:07
xxnjr: Hello I'm not at home and just seen the news. Not sure if been mentioned but GNPC are picking up a chunk as well. Good news as Gov.gh aligned with TLW and less likely to damage their own investment and maybe easier to find solution on gas? hTTps://www.oxy.com/News/Pages/Article.aspx?Article=6460.html "October 13, 2021 – Occidental (NYSE:OXY) today announced it has agreed to sell its interests in two Ghana offshore fields for $750 million to Kosmos Energy ($550 million) and Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) ($200 million), prior to closing adjustments to reflect an April 1, 2021 effective date. The sale to Kosmos closed upon signing and the sale to GNPC is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2021." Pre-deal %'s here hTTps://www.kosmosenergy.com/ghana/ I don't understand the pre-emtpion %'s as usually TLW would hold a right to all of oxy's stake if they had rights?
23/9/2021
15:59
fizzmiss: OIL OVER $77 and TLW manipulated lower, bloody hell, how can they get away with this manipulating scam? Someone made a post earlier; the only way to get TLW back up to 65-70p is for oil to reach $80; we'll take a look, $3 off $80, and TLW is struggling to hold onto 45p, shockingly corrupt. Let's just see what the MM scum does with the share price if oil drops back to $70, the way they are manipulating the share price, 35p would be good value in their eyes when we should be at least 70p easy!
15/9/2021
20:56
waldron: FWIW The MOTELY FOOL The Tullow Oil share price jumps! Here’s what I’d do now Rupert Hargreaves | Wednesday, 15th September, 2021 | More on: TLW The Tullow Oil (LSE: TLW) share price jumped in early deals this morning after the company swung into profit. According to its latest trading update, the West Africa-focused oil explorer posted a $93m pre-tax profit versus a $1.3bn loss the year before, even though production declined during the period. The company benefited from a combination of factors during the first half of its financial year. Even though production fell, the realised oil price per barrel produced increased from $51.80 to $60.80. It also benefited from a debt restructuring, which reduced group net debt from $3bn to $2.3bn. Free cash flow also increased to $86m from -$213m in the first half of 2020. Tullow Oil share price recovery I think these figures show that after the upheaval of the past 18 months, the company’s finally back on a stable footing. It’s generating positive free cash flow, debt’s falling, and higher oil prices are allowing the group to recoup capital investment costs. The company believes that assuming oil prices remain above $60 a barrel for the rest of the year, it’ll earn a free cash flow of $100m. This could hit $150m if the oil price averages $70. These figures include all capital spending outlays. Last year, the company nearly collapsed after the coronavirus-induced oil price slump hammered its balance sheet. Thanks to higher oil prices and after the debt restructuring, Tullow’s gearing level has fallen to 2.6x net debt to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and capital spending (EBITDAX). The Tullow Oil share price is also supported by $700m of net cash on the balance sheet. Over the next few years, management wants to reduce group gearing down to 1.5x EBITDAX. If the company can achieve this, I think the stock will have a bright future. But there’s a lot that could go wrong between now and 2025. The oil price could fall back, and the group may face increased capital spending costs. Unforeseen factors These challenges exclude unforeseen factors. For example, in 2019, the organisation was focused on reducing debt and increasing output. Then the pandemic struck. The resulting carnage decimated the company’s balance sheet and forced it to write down the value of its assets by more than $1bn. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to say if there will be another event like this in the next few years. Still, I believe that if the oil price stays between at least $60 and $70 per barrel over the next few years, the company can meet its ambitious debt-reduction goals. That would give management headroom to reinstate the firm’s dividend, or even buy back shares. If cash flow really jumps, Tullow could even go on the acquisition trail. By combining with another producer, the group could push down production costs and strengthen its balance sheet. Considering this potential, I think the Tullow Oil share price has tremendous recovery potential. As such, I’d buy the stock as a speculative position for my portfolio today.
09/9/2021
17:04
fizzmiss: Bootycal, disagree, the share price never went up when TLW went into the 250, so how can that be? These so-called funds never invested? TLW was shorted mega as soon as they entered the 250 The movement in the oil price has had no effect on TLW for months so that blows that theory out of the water. Governments in places like Kenya have very little interest in economies unless those at the top get a big backhander bung and it suits their agenda. That's the hold-up and could take multiple years to resolve; they hold all the cards, TLW do not.
09/9/2021
06:58
fizzmiss: Could be wrong and all IMHO but! A while back when TLW was 65p, Goldman sucks sold all their holdings in TLW AND 2 days later bought back in? weird. Since then the share price has been shorted by the sewer rats, AIDED by the corrupt MM. Shorts have been closing but the share price still fell heavy??????????? How is that possible if the sewer rats have to buy shares to close shorts? Now, we had a little rise in the share price to 46p a couple of weeks ago where I think the sewer rats were informed by a leak from TLW that all is not right so they increased holdings to loan out and short the stock down again. I truly think there is an organized syndicate trying to make TLW go bust and get its assets for free; again similar to what they did with PMO, all criminal activity of course and more or less endorsed by the FSA who did nothing for shareholders who lost fortunes. I have never heard of a stock fall so much just before the results, correct me if I'm wrong. Something stinks to high heaven with the share price behavior over the last 2 years. Like it or not this is PMO all over again in a more sneaky way. This time, the FSA has no reason or excuse to play the 3 wise monkey attitude and sell private investors down the river again. 4 consecutive days near close the share price was dropped heavily to go unnoticed? Again very weird manipulative behavior. Never goes up with the oil price rise but is heavily manipulated down on the slightest oil price pullback. Fact: The share price IS being manipulated to a lower value compared to the oil price average. On top of all this; we have one single investor who is alleged to hold 13% in the company, shares he bought at around 50p. So how the hell can this be manipulated so easily and what would the share price be if he sold his holdings? At this rate and if Mr alleged 13% sold. TLW WILL be in the 20s for no valid reason. Corrupt as you like. But heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy this is the most corrupt Stock market in the world.
24/8/2021
15:22
xxnjr: Thommie if you look at the data; the 3rd loading after their last is usually TLW again. And the last data point was a TLW loading dept 20/6. We have had 5 loadings since 20/6; so chances are it wasn't TLW but the next loading might be :)
23/8/2021
22:49
thommie: it's really strange. these wildcat drills are like playing roulette, but with a far worse chance. though if you are in trend with the stabroek discoveries it's like a 100% sucess rate. I have a feeling, that both blocks that tlw have a wi in guyana have 1-2 of these out of 20-30 leads. hard to find, unless you want to produce low api, high sulfur oil. and ofc I guess they would lie more on the boundaries to stabroek and more of it inside stabroek if they were high api low sulfur ones. I also have the feeling that the one that would be the discovery was the already drilled jaguar well that was abdandoned due to high pressure, high temperature difficulties many years before exxon did their first discovery in stabroek. the macondo disaster in the GOM was too present at that time.my only hope is, that Total which is a partner in both tlw blocks has inside info about what to look for after they farmed into the apache block in suriname where they already discovered 3-4 oil fields which are perfectly on trend to all of the stabroek ones.(I guess not, as we would have already seen a spectacular farm in agreement between tlw and Total then.) but in the end it maybe doesnt help at all, as the tlw blocks seem to be of a completely different geology and so to say they can mainly only drill different play types there. but as these wildcat drills we will see in 2022 will be the only left exploration area besides cote de ivory I am pleased to see that rahul is concentrating more on known fields in ghana where every dollar invested has a far better chance to multiply itself than at wildcat drilling all over the world. (just remember how mich dollars they invested in uganda and kenya, plus the interest rates on debt they could have saved over a timeframe of 10-15 years - tlw could have been debt free without it? and as always I think oil companys often stop too early exploring the known prospects in their blocks after they made enough discoveries leading to a commercial oil development but after that forget to go on exploring the rest of them and instead start to drill at other places all over the world while the biggest chance would be to go on drilling at known plays where you can tie back new discoveries fast into existing infrastructure! it's the same with kenya. just look at some past tlw maps. there are many many more prospects around the discoveries which could lead to a big upside in the numbers of ooip we are looking at here...Over and out. lets see what roulette has to say about it!
22/8/2021
00:18
xxnjr: Sadly the w/inj is not a light switch. More like filling a swimming pool with a smallish outlet. It will take time to have an effect but should be worth it in the long run. It's a different scenario from Petrotal where a bottleneck in water handling is limiting oil production. When Petrotal increase water handing and disposal (as they have pressure support from a strong acquifier and need to get rid of the produced water), production automatically jumps assuming there is surplus oil well production capacity. The objective here is different. It is to direct more oil to the producer(s) with a water flood wall of water and/or to part re-pressurise the reservoir. Back in the day, 2004 or thereabouts, TLW farmed into a Kosmos block and Kosmos farmed into a Tlw block. The blocks were Deep Water Tano and West Cape Three Points. Can't remember who had which first. But anyway I'm pretty sure TLW would hold pre-emption rights on at least one, probably both. But of course the fields were carved out of these blocks. KOS/APC/TLW would almost certainly hold preempt rights under their joint operating agreements, or another agreement, if one of the partners decided to sell.
19/7/2021
20:41
fizzmiss: Got that one a bit wrong, I assumed the deal would have increased today to give TLW a justified lift to gain a quick profit due to TLW being held in a very low trading range for their master shorters over the last several months. Nothing moved the share price up since Goldman sucks got back on board. Work that one out for yourself ;) Oil price falls back and TLW is crashed lower. Even at these low oil prices, TLW was much higher earlier in the year. Sit back put a high sale on your stock and sit out and wait. What puzzles me still is how can they crash the share price so fast when Mr 13% holds so much stock? STINKS TO HIGH HEAVEN THIS ONE.
18/7/2021
21:36
fizzmiss: And regarding all this rubbish about ENQ being worth more than TLW lol, well what can I say. The only reason TLW is at such a silly price is due to the MM puppets manipulating the share price for their masters; but! the tide will turn when they finish squeezing the pips out of TLW, THEN; they will look for another fat juicy pig to suck dry. TLW has been picked to the bone by the MM and should recover a little from here; unless they also want to chew on the bones? Sale of assets, mega oil price rise, old CEO leaving, restructure, laying off many staff, Dot the Greedy Grot leaving, on and on, hardly improved the share price, if anything it crashed it further. Enq is a prize over ripe fat pig just ready to be shorted, so would not touch that stock with a barge pole, once Goldman Sucks and the rest get their hooks into it, whamoooooooooooooo! 12p within a few months. Remember, we have an alleged investor who owns 13% of TLW; that's an investor who has allegedly sold none, but suspect has loaned out his holdings for others to short TLW. Goldman Sucks, also bout in the 60,s, and again suspect they are using their holdings to short TLW. THE FALL IN DISCLOSED SHORTS MEANS NOTHING. They simply convert them to none disclosed smaller shorts.
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