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Share Price: 72.00Bid: 72.25Ask: 72.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rockhopper
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.69%Open: 75.75High: 76.00Low: 72.00Yesterday’s Close: 72.00


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lego
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QE
4 Feb '14
You've said nite 3 times now.

Night . LOL
 
lego
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QE
4 Feb '14
Been trawling through PMO website RNS's. I was't in then..

Thanks.
QueenElvis
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Lego
4 Feb '14
They knew plebs like us could not afford a £20 share hence the split. LOL Night
QueenElvis
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pmo had a share split
4 Feb '14
a few years ago.
lego
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graftman
4 Feb '14
PMO share price high was 530p ish, I know it is shown higher here - have asked the question before, must of been a consolidation or something.
Neptune
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PMO
4 Feb '14
I think we will see PMO farm out of Sealion whilst maintaining operatorship.

I think they may farm out 20% leaving them with 40%.... But who knows?
Neptune
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The fall... is not done yet
4 Feb '14
Fall is because PMO CEO resignation.

Market feels that Sealion is to large a project for PMO. CEO very much for Falklands...

Who will next CEO of PMO be?

Will they support the development of Sealion?

Final investment decision on development has not been taken yet or this is my understanding...

RKH may fall further yet I am afraid...
graftman
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why the drop?
4 Feb '14
I can't see the pmo ceo the reason for the drop ,pmo has been dropping in sp for 3 years (had a sp of £20 then) , they went up 8% 2day . if you look back , rkh was dropping until end of june . we then started to rise until the news of the tax bill from falklands . the sell of was over done on that news end of aug . start of sept we started rising again as agm at end of sept and got a further push ,as we started dropping back , news came of tax deal with falklands gov and we rose again until end of jan . our sp was £1.20 end of june and we are back there ,but as tailender says , whats changed since end of june ? , should we be higher than then ? . this has been a very well played 6 months by the more influential shareholders , look at the holdings . this has dropped because they have been selling on and due the last rise and start of this drop . now buyers dried up so down we go , they've sold took the profit and waiting to buy back in taking abit more off the pi's in the process . zig zag down until news of drill contract . trading to gain on way down . that's why I use charts , they leave the signals as they get in and getting out . if you can follow them you can gain as they gain , not always easy to see them at work but it is possible . I don't short shares , just try play the dips and rises .
Stshar
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What next?
4 Feb '14
50p and yes I hold several of these
Dalester
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PMO CEO resigns
4 Feb '14
Probably has a bearing on todays drop?

"Premier struggled to hit production targets last year, twice cutting forecasts due to problems at projects in Britain's North Sea and Vietnam. Oil production for 2014 is expected to be flat or at most grow 8 percent, due to maintenance and efficiency issues in the wake of successive downgrades last year.

During Lockett's leadership, Premier's share pricehas increased by over 140 percent, outperforming the FTSE 250 of midcap shares, while average production has jumped 56 percent, the company said."
(from LSE)



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