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Tullow Oil Plc LSE:TLW London Ordinary Share GB0001500809 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.90 2.6% 35.58 8,492,942 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
35.34 35.44 35.84 34.46 34.86
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 941.50 149.89 -4.21 512
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:58:22 O 63 35.58 GBX

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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by Tullow Oil Daily Update
Tullow Oil Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TLW. The last closing price for Tullow Oil was 34.68p.
Tullow Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 33.84p and a 12 week average price of 33.84p.
The 1 year high share price is 63.52p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33.84p.
There are currently 1,437,999,835 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,197,847 shares. The market capitalisation of Tullow Oil Plc is £511,640,341.29.
Posted at 19/12/2022 18:08 by waldron
19 Dec '22 - 07:44 - 58262 of 58263
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US to start refilling SPR. Initially only 3m bbls.

hTTps://www.ft.com/content/173b1bdb-44b9-4c50-8638-49298b61e08a
xxnjr
19 Dec '22 - 18:02 - 58263 of 58263
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This probably isn't helping the TLW share price either.

hTTps://www.ft.com/content/2cffb07c-828c-400d-a51a-2c52a00bb8e0

"Ghana has stopped making payments on its external debts to bondholders, other commercial lenders and foreign governments, making it the latest deeply-indebted developing county to fail to make good on its foreign obligations.

In a statement on Monday, the country’s finance ministry announced “a suspension of all debt service payments” on external government debts, including foreign currency bonds, commercial loans and “most of our bilateral debt”.....

....."Kevin Daly of emerging market specialist fund manager Abrdn said a default on Ghana’s foreign debts had been expected for some months and was largely priced into its sovereign bonds.

A bond maturing in 2049 with a coupon of 8.627 per cent that was trading at more than 100 per cent of its face value at the end of 2020 has since fallen to less than 33 per cent, with most of the fall coming this year, according to Refinitiv.

Foreign bondholders are expected to announce the formation of a creditor committee in the coming weeks, the first step towards negotiating a restructuring of Ghana’s eurobond debts.

A separate committee of bilateral creditors is also likely. China’s rapid rise as a major bilateral lender this century has given it an increasingly large role in debt workouts. This year it agreed to co-chair with France a bilateral committee to help restructure Zambia’s foreign debts but progress has been slow."

TLW's oil revenue is all offshore; i.e it never enters the country. However the much lauded Gas Sales Agreement when it happens could potentially result in payment delays.

Posted at 19/12/2022 18:02 by xxnjr
This probably isn't helping the TLW share price either.

hTTps://www.ft.com/content/2cffb07c-828c-400d-a51a-2c52a00bb8e0

"Ghana has stopped making payments on its external debts to bondholders, other commercial lenders and foreign governments, making it the latest deeply-indebted developing county to fail to make good on its foreign obligations.

In a statement on Monday, the country’s finance ministry announced “a suspension of all debt service payments” on external government debts, including foreign currency bonds, commercial loans and “most of our bilateral debt”.....

....."Kevin Daly of emerging market specialist fund manager Abrdn said a default on Ghana’s foreign debts had been expected for some months and was largely priced into its sovereign bonds.

A bond maturing in 2049 with a coupon of 8.627 per cent that was trading at more than 100 per cent of its face value at the end of 2020 has since fallen to less than 33 per cent, with most of the fall coming this year, according to Refinitiv.

Foreign bondholders are expected to announce the formation of a creditor committee in the coming weeks, the first step towards negotiating a restructuring of Ghana’s eurobond debts.

A separate committee of bilateral creditors is also likely. China’s rapid rise as a major bilateral lender this century has given it an increasingly large role in debt workouts. This year it agreed to co-chair with France a bilateral committee to help restructure Zambia’s foreign debts but progress has been slow."

TLW's oil revenue is all offshore; i.e it never enters the country. However the much lauded Gas Sales Agreement when it happens could potentially result in payment delays.

Posted at 08/12/2022 21:05 by lyreco1
Another snout in the trough of plenty, what shareholders needs is news on deals not more fat cats feeding from shareholder trough of plenty.

Didn't Rahul mention in one of his fist RNS, s that gas deals in Ghana would not contribute much in the name of profits?

Heard it many tomes, Rahul needs to go as he is doing nothing but turn TLW into another PMO but in a more sneaky way. Everything he does is toxic for the share price and value for investors. IMHO

BUT! The share price performance compared to the mega oil price rises in the past don't lie.

Posted at 05/12/2022 17:01 by lyreco1
TLW is always the manipulated runt of the litter when it comes to share price movement. Another factual quote from Fiss.

The only thing holding the share price back is Rahul's appalling performance since he arrived.

Posted at 13/11/2022 21:21 by kulvinder
Posted Adieuk32 on the LSE BB;Adieuk32Posts: 1,906Price: 48.66Strong BuyHISTORIC ~~~~BOPD ~~~ DEBT ~~~POO ~~~ MARKET CAPToday 19:462015. 73,400BOPD. Debt $4Billion. share price £3.50 POO $37 Market Cap 5 Billion2016. 71,700BOPD. Debt $4.8Billion. share price £1.60 POO $56 Market Cap 2.5 Billion2017. 94,700BOPD. Debt $3.5Billion share price £2.60 POO $66 Market Cap 3.5 Billion2018. 90,000BOPD. Debt $3.1Billion share price £2.30 POO $54 Market Cap 3 Billion2019. 86,700BOPD. Debt $2.8Billion share price £2.00 POO $67 Market Cap 2.5 Billion2020. 74,900BOPD. Debt $2.4Billion share price £0.60p POO $50 Market Cap 800 Million2021. 59,200BOPD. Debt $2.1Billion share price £0.30p POO $77 Market Cap 400 Million2022. 63,000BOPD. Debt$1.9Billion share price £0.48p POO $95 Market Cap 700 MillionStill think we are fairly priced??Way undervalued, lets see what the next few weeks bring.GL ALL
Posted at 28/10/2022 10:56 by waldron
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Tullow Oil share price outlook as energy profits jump
Tullow Oil share price outlook as energy profits jump
By: Crispus Nyaga
on Oct 28, 2022
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Tullow Oil stock has bounced back as oil and gas profits rise.

Crude oil price has been at an elevated level recently.

Shell and TotalEnergies published strong quarterly results this week.

Tullow Oil (LON: TLW) share price has crawled back recently as oil and gas companies record bumper profits. The shares rose to a high of 41.25p, which was about 12% above the lowest level this year. This price remains about 36% from the lowest level this year.


Oil and gas companies thrive

Tullow Oil is a small-cap energy company that has operations in emerging market countries like Ghana and Kenya.

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The company has had a successful year, helped by the relatively elevated crude oil and gas prices. In September, the firm said that its total first-half revenue was over $846 million, higher than the $727 million it made in the same period in 2021.

Its gross profit almost doubled to over $620 million while profit after tax rose to $264 million. In the same period, its net debt rose from $2.2 billion to $2.3 billion.

Analysts expect that Tullow Oil will publish strong results for the second half of the year. Besides, Brent crude oil has remained above $85 for the most part. Other oil companies like Shell and TotalEnergies reported strong quarterly results this week, as we wrote in this report.

Tullow Oil also suffered a setback in September after Capricorn Energy. The deal would have created a bigger African-focused oil company. Instead, Capricorn agreed to merge with NewMed, an Israeli natural gas company. Capricorn had faced sharp criticism from some of its biggest investors about the deal.

The next key catalyst for the Tullow Oil stock price will be the upcoming earnings by other oil and gas companies like BP and Exxon. Tullow Oil’s management is also expected to have a capital markets update on December 7. In it, it will present on its future and provide an update about its key operations in Kenya.

Analysts are relatively bullish on the TLW share price. Those at Barclays boosted their target to 80p, which is almost double fromwhere it is. The average forecast for the stock is 75p, which is about 85% above the current level.


The daily chart shows that Tullow Oil shares have been in a bearish trend in the past few months. It has dropped below all moving averages. The stock dropped below the important support level at 40.88p, which was the lowest level in November 2021.

Now, the stock has formed a break and retest pattern. It has also formed a small shooting star pattern. Therefore, the shares will likely continue falling as sellers target the next key support level at 35.82p, which was the lowest level this month.

Posted at 31/8/2022 16:21 by fizzmiss
Never in the history of investing has anyone seen such corrupt share price manipulation, unless you held PMO of course. TLW is always the manipulated runt of the litter.

Decided once and for all, if this ever gets back to a certain price, I'm selling and gone for good, The blatant share price manipulation over the last 2 years has been shocking.

Simply don't trust Raul, everything he has ever done to date has been toxic for the share price and the arrogance of the IR at TLW is amazing.

ENQ up TLW crashed????????????

Anyone seen or heard from Waldo?

Posted at 31/8/2022 10:01 by fizzmiss
How can they get away with this share price manipulation on a daily basis, it's criminal.

The share price hardly ever went up with oil but crashed back down as soon as oil falls back.

Wonder why Raul is dragging this takeover out? Obvious, gives him more time for the markets to change to enable his mates get hold of TLW assets on the cheap IMHO.

If that's the case, then VOTE A BIG FAT NO TO THIS RIP OFF DEAL!

Again we see TLW is the runt of the litter and shows the biggest falls. (Always registers the lowest rises when oil goes up)

MORE TO THE POINT!

OIL IS MEGA CHEAP SO,

Why are fuel prices at the pumps?????????????????????
Another government rip off!

Posted at 18/8/2022 07:04 by fizzmiss
Blatant corrupt share price manipulation as you like, whilst Raul plays Waldo and the FSA do nothing,

Resign and disband!

Compare the share prices and assets with Enq and TLW; now tell me our share price is not blatantly being manipulated lower!

Posted at 21/7/2022 14:18 by fizzmiss
Not whilst Captain Raul is in charge of the Tugboat, he needs to resign and take his toxic jinx away from the share price.

TLW share price was performing very well before he rode into town, even when TLW was on the verge of going bust, shocking oil price compared to now and as much bad news as you could muster being announced into the market.

Please resign Raul, the market simply does not like what you are doing with our company, all the proof is in the continuing appalling share price manipulated performance.

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