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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
  -0.68 -1.21% 55.60 7,669,621 13:03:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
55.60 55.68 57.60 55.12 57.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1,021.13 -931.39 -63.34 795
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:03:36 O 13,268 55.68 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 56.28p.
Tullow Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 43.95p and a 12 week average price of 29.66p.
The 1 year high share price is 65.72p while the 1 year low share price is currently 13.42p.
There are currently 1,430,602,788 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,183,836 shares. The market capitalisation of Tullow Oil Plc is £795,701,270.69.
waldron: Oil Giants Recover as Prices Rebound -- Update 04/30/2021 | 03:27pm BST By Christopher M. Matthews Big oil companies returned to profitability during the first quarter as they recovered from the unprecedented destruction of oil and gas demand wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. Exxon Mobil Corp. reported $2.7 billion in net income Friday, its first quarterly profit since the pandemic erupted last spring, while Chevron Corp. reported $1.4 billion in first-quarter profit. The results were boosted by rising oil prices during the first months of 2021, as countries around the world soften coronavirus quarantines. The largest European oil companies, BP PLC, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Total SE, all reported profits earlier in the week after enduring huge losses last year. "That recovery, which we had anticipated happening at some point in time, is happening sooner than we anticipated," Exxon Chief Executive Darren Woods said in an interview Friday. "As economies are reopening and rebounding quicker, in some places, than expected, we are seeing a demand response." Oil companies endured one of their worst years on record in 2020, as Covid-19 lockdowns choked off demand for oil and gas as road and air traffic fell precipitously. Exxon reported its first annual loss in modern history in 2020 of about $22 billion. But cautious optimism has been mounting that global economic activity could return to pre-pandemic levels later this year as vaccines become more widely available around the world. Chevron Chief Financial Officer Pierre Breber said that demand for gasoline and diesel was nearly back to pre-pandemic levels, and that jet fuel is the last remaining overhang, with strong signs that domestic air travel in the U.S. is picking up. "As we look forward, the next couple of quarters look very good," Mr. Breber said in an interview. "We feel good about our ability to generate cash." Chevron's net income was down about 62% from the same quarter last year, but was a substantial increase from a $665 million loss in the previous quarter. Exxon's $2.7 billion profit compared with a $610 million loss a year ago. BP's profit more than tripled from the previous quarter to nearly $4.7 billion, and Shell reported a profit of almost $5.7 billion. Share prices for the world's largest energy companies have moved in tandem with oil prices that have rebounded markedly in recent months. U.S. oil prices are up nearly 80% over the past six months, while the shares of Exxon, Chevron, BP and Shell are collectively up about 65%. On Thursday, U.S. oil prices neared a six-week high of about $65 a barrel but fell around 2.5% in early trading Friday as traders eyed a build in crude and gasoline stockpiles. The share prices of Exxon, Chevron, BP and Shell were collectively down nearly 2% in early trading Friday. The optimism about oil and gas demand rebounding is being tempered by concerns about rapidly rising Covid-19 case numbers in India and South America, said Bjornar Tonhaugen, an analyst at Rystad Energy. Reduced economic activity in India alone may sap as much as 900,000 barrels of oil a day from global demand, according to Rystad. "For the moment optimism is helping prices, but every trader's eyes are on India," Mr. Tonhaugen said. "The oil bulls are out again but it's doubtful that they are having a confident and calm sleep." In response to growing profits, Chevron, BP and Shell boosted their payouts to investors. On Wednesday, Chevron increased its quarterly dividend by 4%, while Shell also raised its dividend 4%, the second increase since slashing it last year. BP said it would buy back $500 million of shares. Total and Exxon held their dividends flat. The weeklong freeze in Texas that left millions without power in February affected profits for many of the companies, which both produce oil in the state and own plants there to convert the hydrocarbons into fuels and plastics. Chevron's refining and chemical units reported $5 million in profits, down from $1.1 billion a year ago, which Chevron CEO Mike Wirth attributed to the February storm and continuing impact of the pandemic. In total, the storm cut about $300 million from its profit, Chevron said. Exxon said the extreme weather reduced earnings by nearly $600 million. Meanwhile, analysts attributed the strong performance of BP's trading unit to its ability to capitalize on substantial price fluctuations during the storm. Despite the improving conditions, Chevron has pledged to keep capital expenditures austere. Mr. Wirth said capital spending decreased 43% from last year during the quarter, citing its corporate restructuring last year that saw as much as 15% of its workforce laid off. Exxon also has pledged fiscal restraint, saying its plan to cut annual capital spending by about 30% remains unchanged. Some investors are deeply skeptical of the industry notwithstanding climbing commodity prices, according to Paul Sankey, an independent oil and gas analyst. Most of the companies' share prices are still trading below their pre-pandemic levels as investors evaluate the firms' plans to navigate tightening global regulations on carbon emissions. Earlier this month, President Biden pledged to cut U.S. emissions by about 50% from 2005 levels by 2030, targeting greenhouse gases from power plants, buildings and the transportation sector. Mr. Woods said Friday that Exxon is engaging with officials on climate policy and has urged the government to set a price on carbon, which it says would spur investment in carbon-reducing technologies. Mr. Sankey said the industry delivered poor results for years from their core oil business before the pandemic, leaving some to doubt they can reap profits from renewable energy or technologies to reduce carbon emissions, which some of the companies have promised to do. "Their track record is not good enough for them to get into a new theme, because they did so poorly on the old one," Mr. Sankey said. Write to Christopher M. Matthews at (END) Dow Jones Newswires
fizzmiss: xxnob, you still here sewer rat shorting this stock under multiple names? lol, you better close and move on, your shorting times here is getting leaner. ;) This truly should be trading at least at 75p, but hey oh such is the corrupt share price manipulation of this stock for sewer rat shorting agenda. We have a partial agreement and a chance to find other lenders so we can get rid of the parasites milking TLW. Share price went up yesterday for a reason, it would have fallen if the market did not like the leaked news yesterday. So maybe a pitiful 5p rise due to share price manipulation. However; As my earlier posts suspected; just hope the CEO aint rope a doping investors and winding the company down for a cheap sell-off to his mates, Similar to what TD did with PMO? We will soon see.
fizzmiss: Woww, we should see ar least 75p today if the MM don't manipulate the price for their sewer rat shorting mates. Big move on finance and oil at $68 Don't forget, the share price was at 65p alone when oil was last at this price. No excuse now to manipulate the share price down; the begging bowl won't be coming out, an excuse the MM used to manipulate the share price lower for their sewer rat shorting mates. Wonder what excuse they will use next?????????? Or do they actually need one in these corrupt UK markets?
fizzmiss: Back to the old corrupt share price manipulation days. Can you imagine what the scum MM will drop the share price to under orders from Goldman Sucks if the oil price falls back a few cents, another drill duster, finance deal done (either way they will pick holes in it), falling out of the 250? Bear in mind none of the above has increased the share price; just goes to show how corrupt the share price manipulation is. Today has been yet another manipulated shocker. BAN SHORTING UNTIL A GOVERNING BODY IS IN PLACE TO MONITOR CORRUPT SHARE PRICE MANIPULATION AS WE SEE HERE.
fizzmiss: Now we have posts stating the manipulated share price crash is now to oil falling from $70 lol, utter trash. TLW hardly went up when oil went from $55 to $70, it simply played catch up to all other oilers who had great gains before oil went up. TLW hardly went up when they sold assets and gained access into the 250; if anything it caused the share price to crash back down due to corrupt reasons. Like it or not and uses as many excuses as you like this is nothing more than blatant corrupt share price manipulation. UNLESS; insider information has been released the loan deal has turned out to be a disaster or TLW has gone Bust or The latest drill is a duster. Something stinks! IF not its simply share price corrupt manipulation with the help of the SCUM MM
fizzmiss: Oil up and we open a manipulated down, shocking! Well as said, the MM are in the sewer rats pockets and will manipulate the share price down to whatever price the Sewer Rat Shorters demand, such is the corruption within UK markets. As predicted: Anyone noticed how since Goldman Sucks re-purchased the stock, the share price has tanked! Historical with any share they buy, an utter disaster for a share price if they get involved. they simply hedge and short IMHO. BAN SHORTING!
aalli: IMO only 2 things will wake the TLW share price up... 1) oil going above $65. 2) RBL being agreed. Until then tuck these away in your bottom draw!
fizzmiss: LOL and TLW share price manipulation by the MM for their sewer rat shorting mates. And................... if Goldman Sucks buys into a company they use stock to loan out to short the company leaching any value from the company and shareholders. BAN SHORTING, IT CRIPPLING UK STOCKS! I think we could be back to the old days of share price manipulation back to 7p if they want. Blatantly corrupt but true. They are slowly eroding this lower and lower, same as they always do. who said being in the 250 would stop such blatant corruption? FSA should be disbanded they are part of the problem. If a build-up of inventories then expect 42-43p, utter scam
waldron: FWIW Smile or Smirk Https:// This is what I’m doing about the Tullow Oil share price right now! Royston Wild | Tuesday, 23rd March, 2021 | More on: TLW It’s been an eventful fortnight in the life of the Tullow Oil (LSE: TLW) share price. Since sweeping to 14-month highs close to 61p per share in mid-March the oil stock has experienced heavy selling. It was last trading at 48p per share. Tullow Oil’s share price spiked to those aforementioned peaks as Brent oil prices rocketed. It stands to reason then that the oilie’s slumped as black gold prices have stepped back again. After rising close to $70 per barrel — its most expensive since May 2019 — the crude benchmark is back trading around $62. Is this a temporary setback for the Tullow Oil share price recovery? Or will this FTSE 250 stock keep on tanking? On the bearish side There are several factors that could keep Tullow Oil’s share price on the back foot: #1: Rising oil demand fears. In the near term at least the outlook for Brent values can be described as bleak. The benchmark’s recent reversal reflects the tightening of Covid-19 lockdowns in parts of Europe and vaccine rollout problems on the continent. Sellers are fearing that new restrictions will hit oil demand hard in the short-to-medium term. The rapid spread of virus variants across swathes of the US threaten to keep Brent prices on the back foot, too, and with it the Tullow Oil share price. #2: Fresh production problems. Mass production of any natural resource is replete with danger. Exploration results can often disappoint and the complexities of commodity excavation can cause havoc to production levels too. Tullow Oil itself has been no stranger to problems on this front as my colleague Zaven Boyrazian recently explained. #3: Balance sheet pressure keeps building. Free cash flow improved in 2020 and total net debt levels at Tullow fell. But don’t be mistaken: the oil stock’s balance sheet remains under considerable strain. Gearing (a measure of debt to equity) actually rose to three times last year, from two times in 2019. Why Tullow’s share price could rebound That said, there are several reasons why the Tullow Oil share price could zip higher again soon. Naturally, an improvement in the Covid-19 crisis would push up Brent prices again and with it the value of this UK share’s stock. There’s also the possibility that the OPEC+ group of oil-producing nations will keep announcing production curbs to support crude prices. And there’s the fact that Tullow Oil hopes heavy investment in its West African assets will deliver meaty profits growth from next year. It says that this robust investment on “cash generative producing assets” is anticipated “to increase production in 2022 and sustain it for the longer term”. That said, I’m not convinced that the Tullow Oil share price will break out of its tailspin soon. I’m concerned about the implications of a prolonged Covid-19 battle on oil demand and on the company’s fragile balance sheet, plus the growing use of renewable energy sources on the company’s long-term picture too. I’d much rather buy other UK shares right now.
fizzmiss: My only concern is Goldman Sucks; they have a history of investing in a stock (TLW share price went up), then shorting the company and soon after the share price crashes for no reason. Worst company to have as a holder of shares in your investment, they truly are scum IMHO
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