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Faroe Petrol Share Chat (FPM)



Share Price: 83.00Bid: 82.50Ask: 83.00Change: 0.25 (+0.30%)Riser - Faroe Petrol.
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.61%Open: 83.00High: 83.00Low: 82.00Yesterday’s Close: 82.75


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louis007
Posts: 470
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:83.00
83p
Mon 19:13
I've got a reminder about FPM at 83p, has it just broken a key resistance? Gonna look at the charts!!
 
Urraca
Posts: 318
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:77.00
RE: Dong acquisition
13 Nov '16
Given that the Dong acquistion cost a lot less than they'd planned for, they have spare cash from the placing to pay for it. They might use it for further acquisitions. And Dong are now pulling outnof oil and gas completely.
Urraca
Posts: 318
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:83.50
RE: Dong acquisition
20 Oct '16
The payment at completion for the acquisition of producing assets from DONG is expected to be approximately US$35 million as a result of higher than expected production and commodity prices since the effective date (1 January 2016), as well as a deferral of planned capital expenditure.

That's from the RNS yesterday, just below the production table
Geo101
Posts: 425
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:83.50
RE: Dong acquisition
20 Oct '16
Urraca, have you got a quote for that $35m figure?

I've been wondering why this has been outperforming its peers so much recently, definitely top of my portfolio in the last month or so. Certainly not complaining though!
Urraca
Posts: 318
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:82.50
Dong acquisition
20 Oct '16
Back in July, FPM said it would cost $70m. In the spiel about the analyst visit, they say it's going to be $35m. Is that right? Only half the price? They mention changing production and oil prices as well as working capital adjustments - but I don't get it.
RG1973
Posts: 23
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.00
RE: Simon Thompson
4 Sep '16
Here we go...

Faroe Petroleum's slick deal

About 18 months ago I highlighted an opportunity in Aim-traded Faroe Petroleum (FPM:68.75p), an independent oil and gas company primarily focused on exploration, appraisal and production opportunities in Norway and the UK ('A slick operator', 5 Feb 2015). The shares were priced at 75p at the time and I had a target price of 94p. In the event the price came within pennies of that objective in April and July last year, before the subsequent oil price plunge dampened investor interest in the sector. I last rated Faroe's shares a buy at 86p ('A slick investment', 25 Jun 2015), a level that has yet to be seen again as share price rallies in both April and July this year petered out at the 82p level.

However, with Faroe's share price slightly below my initial buy in price and also adrift of July's 70p placing price, a fundraising that raised £66m primarily to fund the acquisition of the production assets of DONG Energy, I feel that the risk:reward ratio is skewed to the upside. Not only are the shares trading well below core net asset value of 84p a share, according to analyst Werner Riding of brokerage Peel Hunt, but it's clear investors have an appetite to support small-cap oil companies willing to exploit selective acquisition opportunities in the current environment.

For instance, the five Norwegian North Sea producing oil and gas fields acquired in the DONG Energy transaction added 8,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day to Faroe's production and have lifted its 2016 average daily production to between 15,000 and 17,000 boe. The $70.2m (£53.2m) cash consideration paid equates to a price of $3.50 per boe based on 2P reserves, and $2.30 per boe based on 2P reserves and 2C resources, little over a third of the average price paid in Norwegian oil and gas asset deals in the past two years. Estimated unit operating expenditure is around $19 per boe, so with Brent crude recovering to $50 a barrel, then the acquisition will bring in substantial cash flow to support Faroe's promising development programme.

It's worth noting too that Faroe retains a healthy balance sheet, with forecast year-end net cash expected to be around £88m, or 24p a share, thus offering scope for further exploration acquisition opportunities. And that's not being factored in to the share price, which is 20 per cent below core net asset value and on a near-50 per cent discount to risked net asset value after factoring in appraisal and development upside. The shares have obvious recovery potential, albeit largely driven by the future direction of the oil price. Speculative buy.
Treadstone
Posts: 3,238
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.00
Simon Thompson
4 Sep '16
has put a speculative buy on FPM in fridays Investors Chronicle
Beanup
Posts: 254
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:71.50
Tullow Assets for sale
19 Aug '16
Another 15% of Butch up for sale now Tullow are exiting Norway - lets have another rights issue - not!!
BertyW
Posts: 679
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.00
Please sign this petition
11 Aug '16
Beanup
Posts: 254
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:67.25
Dana dilution
28 Jul '16
As I suspected - no take up by Dana - or me !!




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