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Exillon Energy Share Price (EXI)



Share Price Information for Exillon Energy (EXI)


Share Price: 112.875Bid: 111.25Ask: 114.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Exillon Energy
Spread: 3.25Spread as %: 2.92%Open: 114.00High: 114.00Low: 112.875Yesterday’s Close: 112.875

Exillon Energy Plc Ord Usd0.0000125

Exillon Energy is listed in the FTSE All-Share, FTSE Small Cap
Exillon Energy is part of the Oil & Gas Producers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
112.875

Share Price SpacerBid
111.25

Share Price SpacerAsk
114.50

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0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
6,283

Share Price SpacerOpen
114.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
114.00

Share Price SpacerLow
112.875

Share Price SpacerClose
112.875

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX IM 161.51m £182.31m 2,000

52 Week High 166.75 52 Week High Date 2-OCT-2014
52 Week Low 105.00 52 Week Low Date 1-MAY-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4 133 6,150 9.306 12.13 0.00 0.00


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

26-May-15
16:30:07
113.75
750
Buy* 
111.25
114.50
853.13
Trade Type:
Ordinary

26-May-15
16:11:14
112.625
400
Buy* 
111.50
113.00
450.50
Trade Type:
Ordinary

26-May-15
14:30:01
114.00
5,000
Buy* 
111.25
114.00
5,700
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Exillon Energy (EXI)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
14-May-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
David Herbert held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 David Herbert
115.35GBX42,75054796
16-Jun-11Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
L.Stuard Detmer held the position of Senior Independent Non-Executive Director at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 L.Stuard Detmer
407.41GBX10,00010000
15-Jun-11Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Exillon Energy
David Herbert held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Exillon Energy at the time of this trade.
 David Herbert
414GBX12,04612046
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
11 Apr '15
gambier01
RE: march production report down?
117.50
No Opinion

Maybe it has gone 'missing'
10 Apr '15
gambier01
This Is Russia
117.00
No Opinion

No end of year results 2014. No quarterly update 2015. No information regarding business strategy. Management and board members that are essentially invisible. And the complete inability to publish a reserves update that has been ready for over a year.
10 Apr '15
mono51
march production report down?
122.00
No Opinion

SP on HL site down 10p? Why has production fallen off from 18k to 16k per day?
16 Mar '15
gambier01
Goldman Sachs via ZeroHedge
127.50
No Opinion

http://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Goldman-Sachs-Busts-Myth-Of-Impending-Russian-Oil-Collapse.html Yesterday's Russian downgrade pulled yet another raft of "smartest people in the room" to tell investors how screwed Russia is by low oil prices (and yet the US Shale industry is fine and will manage through this). However, Goldman Sachs prefers facts in its analysis of the Russian oil sector and concludes, investor concerns about the health of Russia's oil industry should remain more myth than reality. Two factors contribute to the low sensitivity of Russian upstream cash flow to oil prices. The first is upstream industry taxation: the per-barrel tax rate decreases as oil prices fall, shifting most of the upside/downside due to changes in the oil price from the oil producers to the state. The second factor is a ruble-denominated cost structure. Russian oil producers' opex and capex mainly consist of ruble-denominated contracts, as the services industry is localized. These factors offset the negative impact of oil price declines on upstream earnings. Effectively, at US$110/bbl oil and 33 RUB/USD, Russian upstream free cash flow (FCF) for the companies we cover is roughly the same as under US$60 oil and 60 RUB/USD. Hence, we do not expect to see a slowdown in upstream activity. Moreover, the Russian government is likely to incentivize output growth in order to mitigate the impact of lower oil prices on budget revenues. Given that Russia has one of the lowest cash costs of production in the world, it would make sense in the current oil price environment for Russia to maintain its market share. We therefore expect production to reach 532 million tons in 2015 from 527 in 2014. In most countries, lower oil prices negatively affect the upstream industry while positively impacting refining due to feedstock cost reduction. In Russia, however, the tax system is designed in such a way that changes in oil prices have no major upstream implications but strongly influence refining profits. Even if the operating environment turns more negative- assuming RUB/USD of 70, a 20% decline in capex volume, and no dividend payments - the companies' strong starting positions would allow them to navigate 2015 at an oil price as low as $40/bbl (below our commodity research team's forecasts). In sum, provided that the ruble continues to adjust to the shock of weaker oil prices, investor concerns about the health of Russia's oil industry should remain more myth than reality.
16 Mar '15
gambier01
Financial Times 23/02/2015
127.50
No Opinion

http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2015/02/23/guest-post-russia-ripe-for-ma-in-oil-and-gas/ On February 2, the Financial Times reported that ExxonMobil is considering acquisitions to ‘strengthen its long-term production potential’. Exxon’s Vice President said that the current business climate “presents a number of really good opportunities” and investment analysts expected the company to take “advantage of depressed oil and gas valuations”. And with falling oil prices, it’s likely that other buyers and sellers across the world will be looking to do the same and start the hunt for potential acquisitions. Could some of these acquisitions take place in Russia? Yes, I think so – in spite of the international sanctions and, in a way, thanks to them. The international sanctions imposed by the US and the EU in 2014 negatively affect the ability of Russian companies to develop shell and Arctic shelf fields, as Russia has neither technology nor experience in these areas. However, these projects have been pushed by large vertically integrated companies (known in Russia as ‘VINCs’), such as state-controlled Rosneft. At the same time, Russia has a large number of small conventional fields which have so far escaped the attention of domestic giants. Some of them are not being developed as private licence holders do not have the resources; others are being developed by small local producers with some success. According to Elena Korzun, head of Russian Association of Independent Oil and Gas Producers, the independents’ share in total oil and gas production in the country rose from 2.7 percent in 2013 to 3.7 per cent in 2014. Multinationals may not be the only ones looking to capitalise on these opportunities, and competition from Russian buyers is highly possible. To quote Igor Sechin, the Rosneft CEO, speaking at the International Petroleum Week in London in February: “Small and medium oil companies will suffer more than others… Many of them will experience financial problems and may become takeover targets”. The window of opportunity is open but it might not be for long. If the peace process in eastern Ukraine holds and the EU revisits sectoral sanctions which are due to expire on 31 July, Russian banks will be back in the international debt market by the end of the year. The lifting of the sanctions will relieve a great deal of pressure on the Russian hydrocarbons sector, and cheap assets might begin regaining their value. So, if you are considering taking advantage of the current market in Russia, now is the time to go hunting
4 Mar '15
gambier01
Reserves update
132.75
No Opinion

Reserves update this month. Will be interesting to see what happens to 2P reserves, two years in the waiting.

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