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Tullow Oil Plc LSE:TLW London Ordinary Share GB0001500809 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.83 -4.08% 43.04 2,869,844 14:07:00
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43.09 43.18 44.30 42.97 44.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1,021.13 -931.39 -63.34 616
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20/9/2021
09:20
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 44.87p.
Tullow Oil Plc has a 4 week average price of 39.97p and a 12 week average price of 39.97p.
The 1 year high share price is 66.18p 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 20,037,253 shares. The market capitalisation of Tullow Oil Plc is £618,306,524.97.
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
16:55
fizzmiss: I made a post a number of months ago stating the new CEO WAS brought into possibly assist in the downfall of TLW and to sell on all assets on the cheap to companies he had been involved with. Additionally, I said the share price would be manipulated from the high 50's to 35p. IMHO of course. But here we are; next week, we will see just that and confirm how corrupt the MM is and how much power the Sewer Rat shorters and influence have with a stock price. Anyone who says share prices cannot be manipulated only needs to take a look at PMO and now TLW. Criminal and fact. Banks don't get robbed anymore; these scum wear suits and do it all legal by manipulating share prices and robbing from honest investors. Avoid the UK markets petals, corrupt as you like; with no governing body in place to monitor such criminal activity. If and say if tongue and cheek, any fines are imposed, it goes straight back to the taxman, leaving shareholders robbed of everything.
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.
01/9/2021
16:54
fizzmiss: Post of the year and factual: RE: Is TLW being primed for saleToday 14:06 Personally I believe that someone wants the assets but not the company, ie not the debt, is trying to force Tullow into admin since late 2019, Odey et al spotted this and joined in shorting, however, they seem to have failed. Might be why we paid over the odds for debt restructuring, and explains the inexplicable share price movements over last two years, AIMO. BUT! They ain't failed, they are still at it with help from the MM and all in full view of the comical clowns; the FSA. Lower lows on the share price and average highs in the oil price. PMO all over again, but this time more sneaky. Bearing in mind the MM hardly moved the price up when TLW went into the 250; just watch them manipulate the price much lower for the sewer rat shorters. If Oil falls $1; again the MM manipulate the price lower but if oil rises by $1 the MM manipulate the rise very small. This corrupt shorting activity aint over by a long chalk.
01/9/2021
13:21
fizzmiss: Well, that was weird, not me petals. Anyway, just look at it AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW if it was an ailing horse like this is performing they would shoot it. In the olden days before the share price manipulation by the MM, you always saw a run-up in the share price before results, not with this share price manipulated dog anymore. I said the MM will manipulate it back into the red today. Lower lows on higher average oil. PMO all over again. The MM will manipulate the share price into the '30s after results and we get booted out of the 250 for weird behavior in the share price,.
31/8/2021
20:47
fizzmiss: of course we will be out and the MM will use that as an excuse to crash the share price for the likes of Goldman Suks etc.. BUT! It never went up when TLW went into the 250, go figure what corrupt share price manipulation is going on here. IMHO; good riddance to the 250, its like shooting fish in a bowl for the super shorters with the help of the MM. PROVEN FACT; LONG GONE ARE THE TIMES WHEN GETTING PROMOTED TO THE FT250 IMPROVED THE SHARE PRICE; JUST SHOWS HOW CORRUPT THE UK MARKETS HAVE BECOME WITHOUT ANY GOVERNING BODY IN PLACE. Now these scum have sucked any value from TLW, they are selling shop and being helped out with a max profit by the MM. They will soon move onto the next stock that gets promoted.
26/8/2021
06:49
fizzmiss: YES, and the share price was manipulated lower by the MM. Just shows how crooked this stock is. It's about time the UK put in place a governing body to monitor such corruption; but hey ho, this is the most corrupt stock market in the world. Oil up so in justified terms the share price should fly up 5p today in line with the % the MM manipulate the price down with a similar % fall in the oil price. Low volumes simply don't wash as an excuse. it's simply DITTO!. No chance, the Sewer rat shorters dictate what happens with the share price and the MM PUPPETS obey. Lower lows in the share price compared to average highs in the oil price.
04/8/2021
09:58
maywillow: The Motely Fool The Tullow Oil share price has climbed 50% in 2021. Here’s what I’m doing now Alan Oscroft | Tuesday, 3rd August, 2021 | More on: TLW The oil price is looking strong, and Tullow Oil (LSE: TLW) is among the oil stocks strengthening on the back of it. The Tullow Oil share price is up 54% so far in 2021, though that has to be seen in a long-term context. Over the past two years, taking in the Covid crash and an 89% year-on-year rise, Tullow Oil shares are still down 75%. And before I consider Tullow as a possible post-pandemic recovery candidate, I see the big crash happened before then. In December 2019, Tullow shocked the market by announcing significantly lowered guidance for the following three years. At the same time, the firm’s chief executive and its exploration director departed. In the time since then, Tullow has continued to lower its guidance. Most recently, on 14 July this year, the company dropped it to between 55,000 and 61,000 barrels of oil per day for the full year. That’s down from previous guidance of between 60,000 and 66,000. The company was offloading assets too, but the shares did perk up slightly on the day. After that, though, the Tullow Oil share price fell again and it’s been erratic since. But we’re still left with that strong year-to-date gain, and the attraction might seem puzzling at first. Positive cashflow trend The latest July update does also suggest a welcome positive trend. Tullow is predicting underlying operating cash flow of $600m for 2021. That’s based on an oil price of $60 per barrel for the rest of the year. And we’re seeing higher prices than that, with a barrel of Brent Crude currently going for $73. A sustained $70 would, the company says, boost cashflow by an extra $50m. That, on the face of it, sounds attractive to me. But I still see the same huge millstone around Tullow’s corporate neck that’s been there for years. I’m talking of debt, which the company has recently restructured, again. This time, in May, a $1.8bn corporate bond package was involved. Tullow estimates year-end net debt at $2.3bn (£1.65bn). To put that into perspective, Tullow’s current market capitalisation stands at £654m. So debt amounts to two-and-a-half times the value of the entire company. Tullow Oil share price uptick? Looking at Tullow now makes me think back to Premier Oil (now Harbour Energy) when I bought. I consistently see two possibilities. Either oil will remain strong and production will improve, the debt will come down gradually, and the shares will continue to gain. Or one of those things will go wrong, and we’ll hit the next crisis. It’s as if the company is standing on a beach, staring at the sea. Every high tide, it hopes it can keep its head just elevated enough to get some air. Those high tides are Tullow’s debt crises. And they seem to be rolling in almost interminably. So far, Tullow has breathed through each high tide, but its neck has got a bit too wet on occasion for my liking. So for me, even if the Tullow Oil share price might be getting a bit of life back in the second half of 2021, I’m keeping away. And that’s not just Tullow, I’m steering clear of all heavily indebted companies.
27/7/2021
15:19
grupo guitarlumber: Alfiex 27 Jul '21 - 14:42 - 54989 of 54989 0 0 0 hTTps://ukinvestormagazine.co.uk/tullow-oil-share-price-endures-tough-period-in-july/ Tullow Oil share price endures tough period in July By Liam Roche 27/07/2021 Tullow Oil (LON:TLW) enjoyed a strong start to 2021, as demand picked up and OPEC+ kept its hand firmly on the supply of oil. However, the last month has seen a downturn in the Tullow Oil share price, falling by 20.8%. While the fate of oil over the remainder of the year remains uncertain, Tullow is facing its own issues. Investors will be keeping an eye on both factors to see the direction of travel of the Tullow Oil share price in the coming months. Trading Update Tullow Oil has struggled with its production levels at points throughout the year, although its gross production just about surpassed expectations in Ghana, according to a trading update this month. Tullow’s production came in at 61,200 barrels of oil per day (bopd) in H1 of 2021, however its full year guidance was revised down by 6,000 bopd to 55,000. From the Jubilee assets production averaged 70,600 bopd gross (25,100 bopd net), while the TEN fields yielded 37,000 bopd (17,400 bopd net). - “Our producing fields in West Africa are performing well and we have successfully started our drilling programme in Ghana,” said chief executive Rahul Dhir. In addition, the FTSE 250 company completed a debt refinancing and the divestment of assets in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. “The successful debt refinancing is a crucial milestone which gives Tullow a chance to regroup. Multiple asset sales have given a much needed boost to cashflows too, and together with cost cutting means the balance sheet’s in much better condition,” said Sophie Lund-Yates, Equity Analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. Tullow is waiting patiently for the go ahead for the Lake Albert project in Uganda, after which it will receive $75m from French oil giant Total. Oil The other question for the Tullow Oil share price is what happens next to the price of oil. As demand appeared as though it was going to outpace supply through 2021, Morgan Stanley predicted that global benchmark Brent will trade between $75 and $80 per barrel for the remainder of 2021. “In the end, the global GDP (gross domestic product) recovery will likely remain on track, inventory data continues to be encouraging, our balances show tightness in H2 and we expect OPEC to remain cohesive,” Morgan Stanley said. However, Barclays is expecting a quicker return in the supply of oil to pre-pandemic levels, forecasting oil for 2021 at $69 per barrel. There are a multitude at factors at play, making it very difficult to know what the trajectory of the oil price will be for the remainder of the year. But for those with a vested interest in the Tullow Oil share price, it will certainly be of high importance.
25/7/2021
19:48
fizzmiss: Anybody who has one brain cell knows turning to all-electric is not doable, it's all Political agenda tosh! The penny will suddenly drop with these political nutcase geeks. To late petals; not much oil about, then whammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmo; Oil will hit $150 due to lack of supply and investment. However; the crooked MM would still manipulate the TLW SHARE PRICE TO 40P for their Sewer Rat Shorting Mates.
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