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H1 2021 results
Companies: Jersey Oil & Gas PLC
Central Asia Metals (CAML LN) reported strong interim results as copper, lead and zinc prices extended their gains up 21%, 11% and 12% YTD. H1 2021 revenue of US$101m was up 42% YoY, EBITDA of US$64m was up 52% YoY and the EBITDA margin increased 5pp to 61%. With no significant other charges, net income was up 69% YoY to US$42m. Having marked to market our commodity price assumptions, our estimates are broadly unchanged meaning CAML remains well on track for a record year of earnings underpinned
Companies: Central Asia Metals Plc
Savannah provided its interim snapshot yesterday and it is worth pointing out where it has come from and where it is going to, with a catalyst-rich future ahead of it. The Mina do Barroso project remains one of the most advanced spodumene projects in Europe and as such is very well located in terms of market (close to a main end-use market with all the freight savings – cost and carbon – that implies) and available green energy to power production. The project benefits from political support fo
Companies: Savannah Resources Plc
Companies: Shanta Gold Limited
EQTEC and KIBO Plc have confirmed a strategic partnership in the 25MW Billingham Plant. Kibo are investing £3m to acquire 54.54% of the Project SPV, with the remaining 45.46% owned by EQTEC.
Companies: EQTEC PLC
Production and cash holding update
Companies: Hurricane Energy Plc
No surprises in JOG’s interim results, with the market’s main focus – the company’s GBA Development farm-out process – ongoing. The resurgence of UK North Sea M&A has brought the shares back to life recently as the market is reminded of the scale of the resource and development opportunity JOG is sitting on. While JOG’s main focus remains on securing funding and a partner for its GBA Development, the company has indicated it is reviewing a number of potential acquisitions/mergers. JOG’s strong m
Phoenix copper today provides an operational update with plenty of work streams running in parallel. It continues to make progress on finalising plans for bringing the Empire oxide open pit into production after nearly completing its hydrological studies and finalising plans for a permanent mine office in Mackay – 5 miles from the proposed operation.
Companies: Phoenix Copper Ltd. (United Kingdom)
Companies: Union Jack Oil Plc
The Wressle oil field, in which Union Jack (UJO) holds a 40% working interest has achieved flow rates of 964 boepd from the primary Ashover Grit reservoir. This has been attained on a restricted choke setting and no formation water has been produced as the well continues to clean up. This is very positive news for UJO given that the reported flow rate exceeds initially forecasted rates by a substantial margin and further operations to increase gas handling capacity could increase hydrocarbon
Oil declined amid Russia's plans to boost upcoming overseas oil sales and as the dollar rallied.
Futures in New York ended the session nearly 1% lower on Friday. Russia will increase its oil exports 3% in the fourth quarter, according to Interfax. Meanwhile, gains in the US dollar reduced investor interest in commodities priced in the currency.
Despite weaker prices on Friday, US benchmark crude futures gained more than 3% this week due to tightening supplies. In the US, crude inventories
Companies: FO 88E DEC EME GTC TRIN UOG WEN
Jersey Oil & Gas announced its interim results of which we believe the key news items are as follows:
i) The company had a cash balance of £17.06m as at 30 June 2021;
ii) The company indicated its farmout process is ongoing that that the company is engaged with both industry parties and potential infrastructure funders; and
iii) Regional electrification collaboration within the Central North Sea is building momentum amongst industry parties and the GBA is ideally located to be an integral p
Higher metal prices saw CAML achieve a 52% and 131% increase in EBITDA and FCF respectively in the first half of 2021, facilitating an attractive 8p interim dividend declaration (up 2p on H1 2020). The H1 results are tracking our full-year estimates, which if achieved would put CAML on an undemanding EV/EBITDA multiple of just 4x and see the shares yield over 8% at current market price. Given average copper, zinc and lead prices across H2 to date are around 10% higher than our pricing assumption
• Pharos is farming out 55% WI in El Fayum and North Beni Suef to IPR Energy. In return IPR will fund US$38.425 mm of Pharos’ retained share of the costs of future activities, equating to funding a ~US$85 mm gross programme (opex + capex). In addition, IPR will pay US$5 mm in cash on closing and a contingent consideration of US$0.175 mm for each US$1 over US$62/bbl (with a cap of US$92/bbl) each year from 2022 to 2025. This represents a potential additional consideration of U$20 mm (US$5 mm x 4
Companies: Pharos Energy PLC
Today's raise is a testament to support for Jubilee's copper strategy in Zambia and once again showcases Jubilee's keen eye for value enhancing deals. The increase in ownership in the Tailings projects to produce the raw material for the Sable and Leopard refineries will allow Jubilee to benefit more from the profits generated and also to make choices on development speed and product output to closely match the requirements of the Integrated refineries. Today consolidates Jubilee's position in
Companies: Jubilee Metals Group PLC