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Premier Oil Share Chat (PMO)



Share Price: 67.60Bid: 67.80Ask: 67.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Premier Oil
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.15%Open: 69.40High: 70.40Low: 67.60Yesterday’s Close: 67.60


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grippa
Posts: 3,179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Dividend
Fri 23:18
Thanks Golden Bagger, can not have it all I guess LOL still I m a Fan of Premier. Cheers
 
Goldenbadger1
Posts: 18
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
Dividend
Fri 23:10
Last Dividend 5p 2014 according to spending plan next one 2024 .
grippa
Posts: 3,179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
Dividends
Fri 22:51
I have not been Following PMO as closely of late, Have they mentioned anything about dividends or when they would hope to be paying them again??
Stealmywifie
Posts: 82
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Don't see the problem
Fri 21:45
Finally! Some sense on this board. Well said.
grippa
Posts: 3,179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: DOG of a SHARE
Fri 21:08
Surely a great buying opportunity then!!
ROCKLAWN
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
DOG of a SHARE
Fri 20:52
This must be the worst share i have ever traded ..... why do us punters continue to buy ... and in my situation loose ... 6 wks ago 1.40 now 67p ... what a company... had to take my frustration out on this BB .....
grippa
Posts: 3,179
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
Don't see the problem
Fri 20:20
Premier would not be doing the deal if it did not improve the company and they have a far better understanding than any analysts. They invested in Mexico at a critical time and it proved invaluable, the income to debt is only a ratio and even if theres more debt there will be more income and synergies and in a few years we will be a far better company. The lack on exploration has to come to a head in a few years time and we want to be in the best position to benefit from it when it happens.
Givingthelowdown
Posts: 1,203
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Bought In
Fri 20:15
Good luck ,big Xmas rally next week
halfpenny
Posts: 219
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
One and only
Fri 19:56
PMO may only be interested in one individual Chevron asset not the entire package apparently. Apologies if this has already been posted.
Goldenbadger1
Posts: 18
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
Decision Time
Fri 19:42
TD like May and Trump needs to make a critical decision or two, that could make PMO or break us . In the current unpredictable climate this is when TD earns his £1m + package ( more than the Pm ).
So come on T.D show the shareholders your batting for them no more loans, dilution and get the debt below 1.7b year end 2019 . I will then support a motion to name an oil rig in your name .
antigua18
Posts: 50
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Ridiculous article
Fri 19:28
Perhaps Pmo are looking at selling Zama and using money to buy producing assets in the the North Sea. It could be said that it would be de-risking, rather than investing in future projects and the risks they bring

Although Zama could be a great asset it goes without saying that it all depends on the Mexican government and whether they can be trusted.
Maverick7
Posts: 982
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: No Xmas this year
Fri 19:26
These are no ordinary times I’m afraid, hasn’t anyone heard of Brexit, Trump trade wars and Santa’s decided to exit the UK early before the Brexit deadline back to Lapland.
Goldenbadger1
Posts: 18
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
re 130%
Fri 19:19
Dont take an average for the year at 19p as a base, only people in the know were buying at 19p ,an average for that year was probably where we are now 67P therefore 0% growth in 3 years
.
We are in a sorry state with dilution for pi's at more than 50% plus 520m shares to 817m.

Why do we hold? Well can it get any worse ?

I am however a realist , this can only get better .Ho Ho Ho
Maverick7
Posts: 982
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:67.60
Ridiculous article
Fri 19:08
Does anyone actually believe that sh!t, why would a highly indebted company make an acquisition they can’t afford. Looks to me that someone with a short has put that story out. Surprised that PMO haven’t commented.
HeresHopin
Posts: 4,085
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: 130%
Fri 18:54
Sorry, but no shale, although thanks for playing. I am sure you will come straight back and be all superior but you are wrong.
shale2020
Posts: 72
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: 130%
Fri 18:50
352% if you know how to calculate percentages 😉
HeresHopin
Posts: 4,085
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: 130%
Fri 18:47
250% on that one (from 19), but again, don't let them spoil the story. I'll get my coat.
shale2020
Posts: 72
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:67.60
RE: 130%
Fri 18:45
It is 300% up on where it was 3 years ago! (Jan 2016) No real cancellation, but things could be worse!
HeresHopin
Posts: 4,085
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: 130%
Fri 18:43
120% away, but don't let that spoil the story.
members
Posts: 1,679
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
130%
Fri 18:40
With the sp at f.....ing 67, PMO is now 130% away from
148 achieved a couple of months ago. In the meantime, a hugely indebted peer oil company, TLW, at 183 is only 48% away from the high of 270... And Brent at 60, is only 43% away from the high of 86. My investment 5 years ago at 180 is with a third now. 70% lost and with it, about £ 30,000. Merry Xmas , Tony Durrant, Elizabeth and the whole of PMO board... Fi.. it
antigua18
Posts: 50
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: WTF are premier thinking
Fri 18:05
If the article is correct then surely Td must have sounded the lenders out before considering a bid.
Of coarse it’s all speculation as we don’t yet know what’s assets Pmo are after.
sankeys
Posts: 4,489
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: WTF are premier thinking
Fri 17:55
They don't have the final say, after the debt restructure any asset purchase would have to be approved by the key lenders. They can't just go out on a whim and over spend. The ROI would have to stack up for acceptance. Certain posters are using the article to talk their book as they sold out this week.
IAmNotAnAnalyst
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Bought In
Fri 17:21
It looks like there were about 5m of trades after the close today, half of today's activity...
Am I reading the data correctly?
IAmNotAnAnalyst
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
RE: Bought In
Fri 17:04
Same here GTLD - I've been resisting piling in with low prices but couldn't resist today...the price just seems wrong with this PoO and our hedges next year.
Still I've been punished for buying some on the way down a month or so ago :(
DRS1
Posts: 92
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.60
Consolation
Fri 17:03
It is some consolation that a month ago TD's shares were worth nearly £2m and they are now worth under £1m. He really has made a mess in his own back yard.




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