Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tullow Oil Plc LSE:TLW London Ordinary Share GB0001500809 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.25 -4.01% 29.96 15,589,868 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
30.36 30.50 30.65 29.47 30.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1,268.74 -1,246.72 -91.09 423
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:03:23 O 5,000 29.642 GBX

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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 31.21p.
Tullow Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 27.70p and a 12 week average price of 15.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 251p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.17p.
There are currently 1,410,331,504 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,508,181 shares. The market capitalisation of Tullow Oil Plc is £422,535,318.60.
umitw: We could be on this trading range for another 4 weeks, it's not uncommon with TLW share price movement. :-)
umitw: I have a notion that TLW share price isn't linked to oil price movements at this precise moment. Shorters were expecting the company to go bust and they did their very best to keep the price under control.
master rsi: Is the Tullow Oil share price an ISA millionaire-maker at current levels? Motley Fool - Jun 01, 2020 Plenty of stocks have seen share price falls due to the global pandemic this year. But some stocks have seen outperformance against a benchmark index such as the FTSE 100. For investors, there are two main ways to play this. Either you can jump on the bandwagon and buy a firm that’s already rallying higher. Or you can buy into a firm that’s struggling (and has a low share price) in the hope of a turnaround. If you’re interested in the Tullow Oil (LSE: LON:TLW) share price, the latter definitely applies! Before we dig into the reasoning behind buying Tullow at present, it’s worth reminding ourselves of two things. Firstly, that our aim as good investors is to generate profits, and substantial ones at that. It’s not unreasonable or impossible to aspire to make a million from investments over time. Secondly, with the aim of making a million, we need somewhere to house the profits. That is why I use a Stocks and Shares ISA, with an annually resetting allocation. This allows investors to buy and hold stocks without having to pay large capital gains tax on profits when selling a share. The story so far The Tullow Oil share price has been falling since late last year. The company announced several production cuts, as a result of new oil fields being found to be too high in sulphur content to be viable. As a result of this, free cash flow was downgraded as well. In the middle of last year it was forecast at around $450m, and by the end of last year this was reduced to $150m. Add into this a recent dividend suspension and resignation of the CEO and exploration director, and you can see why the share price was at multi-decade lows even before the pandemic. As with most firms, Covid-19 dealt a further blow to the share price. This was compounded by falling oil prices. The turnaround of the decade? But from a historically low share price, there are some green shots appearing. For example, Tullow confirmed the sale of a project in Uganda to another firm for $575m in late April. These funds will be used to reduce debt as part of a larger $1bn fundraising plan to support the balance sheet. This is positive in both the short and longer term for the share price. Not only does it help liquidity now, but it also reduces expensive debt interest payments going forward. In the Q1 trading update, it was noted that the average oil price Tullow got was $56 per barrel. The actual oil price was far below this, but the hedging and derivatives the firm used protected it from the fall. Again, this shows to me that the management team at Tullow is being smart in terms of strategy and thinking. I think Tullow could be a millionaire-maker given the green shoots were are seeing and the historically low share price. With a £20,000 ISA allocation each year for the next 10 years, a return to the 12-month share price highs in the long term would be enough to secure millionaire status. But it’s risky and so not for everyone. More risk-averse investors may want to see further signs of stabilisation before taking the plunge.
umitw: Good old TLW share price bored the pants of shorters! LOL
umitw: It seems our TLW share price is range bound, 25-27 p!Hope that it breaks this range.
umitw: Unfortunately tlw share price gapped Up this morning. See what the rest of the day brings!
novicetrade68: Could change Dorothy's mind tomorrow, an additional 1bn in a CPR could maybe see TLW drill again this year in Guyana, the oil is certainly there. Think that is preferable for this company now, dump Kenya, mainly for debt reduction, dump Uganda for further debt reduction (should be over a $1bn I'dimagine) and then focus on Guyana later this year and Peru this quarter, the old Peru Gold Oil blocks set to be drilled can be very interesting, 350mm I believe, not a bad number. And then do a professional job on Jubilee and TEN, get them over 100k net, then the TLW share price should be really getting somewhere. And Dorothy should also talk to the banks regarding their extortionate interest rates, in the age of QE and CB liquidity, there is a huge supply and demand for corporate refinancing, and Tullow is an ideal candidate for debt refinancing and could cut their costs materially.
master rsi: Somw recovery in the Oil price after almost being a $1 down is on half of that. I can not say the same for the TLW share price is staying at bottom 55p double bottom in the Intraday chart
stockport loser: You need to wake up to what will drive Tlw share price, Ghana gas agreements or Uganda farm out are far more important than one non operated wildcat drill.
whites123: I really dont get you? You post here almost incessantly yet have no skin in the game. I have a small holding of 85,156 shares yet do not feel the need to even monitor TLW share price weekly yet alone by the minute.. TLW is a very successful international Oil Producer... £1.40 is IMO extremely cheap, but I am biased. Play the game, in out in out in out and shake it all about and proclaim how great you are, or like me and many many others, buy a few shares, sit back and wait for the rewards. You are boring, you are tedious, you are however so great and brilliant I wish I was as successful as you. AFRICA'S LEADING INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY Tullow Oil is a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company. The Group has interests in 80 exploration and production licences across 15 countries which are managed as three Business Teams: West Africa, East Africa and New Ventures.
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