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
  0.22 0.46% 47.74 4,927,850 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
47.80 48.00 48.70 47.24 47.52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 941.50 149.89 -4.21 687
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:48 O 337 48.278 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 47.52p.
Tullow Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 47.24p and a 12 week average price of 47.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 64.64p while the 1 year low share price is currently 39.97p.
There are currently 1,437,999,835 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,330,487 shares. The market capitalisation of Tullow Oil Plc is £686,501,121.23.
fizzmiss: Wont matter one bit, even if they pumped liquid GOLD; the share price manipulation would continue whilst waldo Ralph keeps his head in the sand regarding such share price corrupt activity.
fizzmiss: hxxps:// Utter Rollox, I wonder why LGIM never mentioned how the TLW share price has been manipulated lower for the last 2 years to enable CNE get our assets on the cheap. Crooked as you like, and makes you wonder if they were part of the share price manipulation scam!
fizzmiss: Another fine mess you have got us into Raul lol. The share price performed better before you handed TLW on a plate to your CNE mates. VOTE NO! Appalling share price manipulated deal! Resign, Raul, you're putting TLW and its investors through the death of a thousand cuts, simply to feed your mates. Just like I said you would when you arrived.
fizzmiss: My thoughts exactly, Historical appalling deal done by Raul to enrich his past mates. The market always works it out who gets the best deal and it sure ain't TLW. If the share price had not been manipulated lower for the last 18 months, we would be around 80p easy and would have achieved a farer deal for TLW shareholders with this merger. Raul strikes again. He needs to resign, sorry! I am personally voting a big fat NO to this deal due to corrupt share price manipulation; we don't need this merger. Everything Raul does, depresses the share price.
maxplus2: In the RNS, it mentions that for every one share of Capricorn, their shareholders will get 3.2 shares in TLW for every share in Capricorn. This would introduce more shares already in TLW. How did you come to this conclusion that share price will rocket up?
fizzmiss: I wonder if the FSA will investigate the share price manipulation to enable Raul to get the worst possible value when handing his old company TLW on a cheap plate. I said this would happen and here we are 2 years later. Now we can see why the share price has been manipulated very low in a very fine trading range, whilst other stocks and oil have soared higher. And Raul brought in this merger at the peak of oil, bad timing for TLW shareholders and great for his old mates. Let's just hope oil and the gas price hold, or we will suffer badly.
fizzmiss: Plus the TLW share price has been manipulated lower to enable a very very costly take over deal, as I predicted 2 years ago. Nice one Raul! Will say one thing, give it 2 years and TLW will be an amazing take-over target!
fizzmiss: Poor old TLW, always the dog of the show; never goes up when oil rises to mega new highs but always crashed down on the slightest drop. Can you imagine what the share price would be manipulated down to if oil dropped to $70 again, probably 10p lol. Thinking about it, when oil was at $70, the share price was around 65p? Go figure, what's going on here, nothing but corrupt share price manipulation by the big boys.
fizzmiss: Disagree petal, always another excuse for falls with TLW, and always an excuse why the share price does not go up when oil reached over $130. Like it or not, TLW does not have the right people running TLW and the market see and smell weakness, hence the reason why they have no confidence in the board. It's all in the share price performance for all to see. If raul and his cronies left tomorrow, we would see a 10p rise in the share price IMHO
florenceorbis: Https:// Oil hits $115, yet the Tullow Oil share price sinks. What gives? Andrew Mackie | Thursday, 10th March, 2022 As a value investor, I am always on the look-out for cheap stocks to add to my portfolio. On the face of it, Tullow Oil (LSE: TLW) looks like a good candidate. Its share price is down 75% over the past five years. However, the primary commodity it produces, oil, has been soaring during the past year. So, has the market completely under-valued the company’s potential? Let’s delve a little deeper. A heavily-indebted business Tullow Oil is a company that has been in trouble long before the pandemic struck. In 2019, the Africa-focused business reduced its production guidance due to drilling problems. When the pandemic struck, it was forced to take significant impairments and exploration write-offs totalling $1.2bn. At that time, its net debt stood at $3bn, resulting in a gearing ratio of three times. This matters hugely, as in order to secure a debt refinancing package with its creditors, in May 2021 it was required to hedge the price of oil in order to stabilise income. In 2022 and 2023, 75% of its sales volumes have a ceiling price of $78 and a floor price of $51. In 2024, this will be reduced to 50% of sales. This turned out to be terrible timing for the business, as oil prices have surged over the past six months and are now well in excess of $100 a barrel. Given the hugely cyclical nature of the oil industry, there is no guarantee that prices will remain elevated beyond 2024. Longer-term prospects When a share price falls 95% over an extended 10-year period, that raises alarm bells for me. It could be because the wider industry is in decline (a factor clearly not present here). It could be attributed to the fact that the company possesses a dwindling asset base. Or it could simply be a poorly run business. However, the company was able to survive the worst crisis to hit the industry in 30 years. Tullow’s key assets in Ghana, the Jubilee and TEN oil fields, have significant oil reserves. The Jubilee field in particular saw production rise 29% throughout 2021 as new wells were bought onstream. To date, only about half of its expected reserves have been produced. There is also significant development work just outside Jubilee. There, the company’s estimated ultimate recovery is 170m barrels of oil, of which only 10% has been produced to date. With the successful refinancing of its debt complete, the company’s immediate cash flow problems look behind it. It intends to use the raised cash for working capital purposes. This includes a capital expenditure allowance of $350m to maximise the value from the Group’s producing assets, as well as exploration activities. Is Tullow Oil a buy? Although it has a number of high-growth, short payback projects in the pipeline, it is very difficult for me to look beyond the immediate headlines. Revenue, total production, and realised oil prices were all down on 2020. And this is all set against a wider commodities industry that is enjoying something of a renaissance. Net debt only fell by 12.5% and stands at $2.1bn. That is two times the market cap of the firm. With the oil price hedge in place for another two years, I just can’t see revenues moving upward significantly from here. Therefore, I won’t be buying.
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