Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN): Discontinuing coverage
Companies: Faroe Petroleum
We are discontinuing coverage on Faroe Petroleum following the company’s upcoming delisting from AIM on 14/02/2019. The company is being acquired by DNO. Accordingly, all prior research ratings, price targets and earnings estimates must no longer be relied upon.
Equinor (EQNR NO) (not covered): Discovery in Norway | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); Tender, £1.60: Listing cancellation | i3 Energy (I3E LN)1; SPEC BUY, £2.50: Initiating coverage | Exploration licences award in Norway | Reabold Resources (RBD LN): Dry hole in the UK | Serinus Energy (SENX LN)1: Processing units in transit to Romania | Total (FP FP): Selling Dutch upstream? | Cadogan Petroleum (CAD LN) (not covered): Operational update in the Ukraine | Energean Oil & Gas (ENOG LN) (not covered): Tr
Companies: FPM I3E RBD SEN CAD ENOG GKP TLW TETY
Parex Resources (PXT CN); BUY, C$27.00: Andina-2 tests combined 3,800 bbl/d | Ophir Energy (OPHR LN): £0.55, HOLD; Rejection of Medco’s latest possible offer | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); TENDER, £1.60: Drilling update at Brasse | Lundin Petroleum (LUPE SS): Increased reserves and contingent resources | OMV (OMV AG) (not covered): 4Q18 trading update | ENI (ENI IM) (not covered): Transactions in the UAE | SDX Energy (SDX LN/CN)1,6: Update in Egypt
Companies: PXT OPHR FPM LUNE OMV ENI SDX
Jadestone Energy (JSE LN/CN): BUY, £0.50; Montara production restarts offshore Australia | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); TENDER, £1.60: DNO reaches 76.49% ownership | JKX Oil & GAS (JKX LN) (not covered): Operations update in the Ukraine and Russia | Wentworth Resources (WRLN LN) (not covered): Operating update in Tanzania
Companies: WRL JKX FPM JSE
Petro Matad (MATD LN) (not covered): Operational update in Mongolia | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); TENDER, £1.60: DNO wins hostile takeover battle | i3 Energy (I3E LN) (not covered): Operation and funding update in the UK North Sea | Manchester fracking ban in the UK | Premier Oil (PMO LN); BUY, £1.45: Trading update | Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG LN) (not covered): £6 mm equity raise for Congo | Eland Oil & Gas (ELA LN) (not covered): Gbetiokun operations in Nigeria
Companies: MATD FPM I3E HBR AAOG ELA
Columbus Energy Resources (CERP LN) (not covered): Operational update in Trinidad | President Energy (PPC LN) (not covered): Production update in Argentina | Regal Petroleum (RPT LN) (not covered): Ukraine update | Soco International (SIA LN) (not covered): Trading update | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); HOLD, £1.75: DNO increases its offer for Faroe | Independent Oil & Gas (IOG LN); BUY, £0.70: Boosting the value of the core developments | Lundin Petroleum ( LUPE SS) (not covered): Dry hole in Norwa
Companies: CERP PPC ENW PHAR FPM IOG LUNE ORC/B
DNO has increased its offer to acquire Faroe from £1.52 to £1.60 per share. The offer is now final and Faroe shareholders have until 23 January to accept it. DNO has already secured 52.44% of Faroe, which is above the required threshold to take control of Faroe’s board.
Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); HOLD, £1.75: Reserves reduction at Oda? | Independent Oil & Gas (IOG LN); BUY, £0.80: Projects update in SNS | TransAtlantic Petroleum (TNP CN/TAT US) (not covered): Operations update in Turkey | San Leon Energy (SLE LN) (not covered): Refinancing of OML 18 RBL in Nigeria
Companies: FPM IOG VGAS SLE
Jadestone Energy (JSE LN/CN): BUY, £0.50; Montara production restart update in Australia | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN): HOLD, £1.75 & DNO (DNO NO) (not covered): DNO purchases more shares
Companies: JSE FPM DNO
PetroTal Corp. (PTAL LN)1; BUY, £0.40: Moving to AIM: Transformational year ahead | Ophir Energy (OPHR LN); HOLD, £0.55: Transferring coverage: Possible cash offer for company | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN); HOLD, £1.75: DNO extends duration of cash offer | Getech Group (GTC LN) (not covered): Large sale | Rockhopper Exploration (RKH LN) (not covered): Operational update
Companies: TAL OPHR FPM GTC RKH
Amerisur Resources (AMER LN) (not covered): Operational update in Colombia | Melbana Energy (MAY AU) (not covered): Farm-out in Cuba | Ophir Energy (OPHR LN); Speculative Buy, £0.55: Possible cash offer for the company | Faroe petroleum (FPM LN); HOLD, £1.75: Well results in Norway | RockRose Energy (RRE LN) (not covered): Operational update in the North Sea | Energean Oil & Gas (ENOG LN) (not covered): New gas contract in Israel
Companies: AMER OPHR FPM RRE ENOG
Greenfields Petroleum (TSX-V:GNF) production focused company with operated assets in Azerbaijan seeking AIM dual listing including $60m private placement. Mkt cap $12.6m CAD. Expected late January 2019.
Companies: TMT FPM SPSY LEX RENX AMER VOG WPHO
The Brasse East exploration well was water wet. The Brasse appraisal well in the northern area however encountered 40 m of gross hydrocarbon-bearing reservoir. Both the reservoir depths and the hydrocarbon contact are similar to the pre-drill expectations.
President Energy (PPC LN) (not covered): Operating update in Argentina | Ophir Energy (OPHR LN): Speculative Buy, £0.70; Drilling update | Faroe Petroleum (FPM LN)6 ; HOLD, £1.75: Accounting for the assets swap with Equinor | Premier Oil (PMO LN); BUY, £2.25: Operation update |
Companies: PPC OPHR FPM HBR
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Hargreaves’ FY21 results confirm a period of material profit growth and cash generation. It has been a transformational period, in which all direct coal related activities ceased, HRMS profits surged and net debt was eliminated. As expected, the first 12p additional dividend has been proposed (total FY21 DPS 19.2p) and we expect this to recur for a further three years, at least. As we wrote in our recent detailed note, Hargreaves has been wholly repositioned and now has genuine momentum. The sha
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ADX Energy (ADX AU) C: Target of A$0.040 per share: High impact newsflow in 2H21 - 2H21 will be very important for the company with significant upcoming newsflow. In our view, the most meaningful eventis the drilling of the Anshoff well in Austria. We were previously anticipating that the company would need a farm-in partner to fund the well. However, in the context of the current high oil price, >A$4 mm in cash at the end of June and
Companies: XOM XOM SOU NOG SEPL LUPE RDSA TETY TETY ADX CE1 DNO DNO ENI ENI EQNR EQNR GENL IHC OMV OMV PEN PEN PHAR REP REP SNM TTE
Yet again, Rio managed to maintain its dividend extravagance. Although, besides mighty iron ore, the exceptional H1 results were partly also driven by aluminium and copper – where normalcy is gathering momentum. With key divisions moving in the right direction, and balance sheet flexibility being put to good use, i.e. rewarding shareholders and pursuing growth – this time via a greenfield lithium investment, Rio remains a promising large-cap mining play. Further re-rating may materialise if gove
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i3 Energy announced that it has completed tie-in operations for its two recently drilled Marten Hills wells into the Clearwater Formation (each consisting of 8 horizontal laterals). The 01-12-075-26W4 and 02-12-075-26W4 wells penetrated 13,057m and 12,644m, respectively, of reservoir – both at maximum vertical depths of circa 630m. The wells are now on production and flowing back drilling fluid. This clean-up process is expected to take approximately three to four weeks. The company indicated th
Companies: i3 Energy Plc
Wressel proppant squeeze completed
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While the start of the buy-back programme was announced (but not its amount), the positive surprise comes from the dividend. While the dividend is still down by 50% vs pre-COVID-19, management made a good decision, as this level is sustainable and will get rewarded.
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United Oil & Gas has provided a H1/21 operational and trading update ahead of a shareholder call at 12pm today. United continues to go from strength to strength with the Company announcing three positive well results at Abu Sennan in H1/21 – providing a material uplift to the Company's low-cost production base, whilst also demonstrating the material remaining potential within the Abu Sennan licence. United's H1/21 net working interest production averaged 2,730boepd, c14% above the Company's 2,40
Companies: United Oil & Gas Plc
Chaarat announced a strong 1H21 as Kapan produced 25,896 gold equivalent ounces - 13,466 oz gold, 272,635oz silver, 852t of copper and 3,170t of zinc. This resulted in mine level EBITDA of US$13.5m and Kapan’s debt has been reduced to US$24m (Jun). Management has reiterated FY21 guidance of 57koz AuEq.
The main YoY changes were an increase in third-party ore processed - 70kt versus 10kt, and a gold equivalent grade improvement of 12%. Consistent supplies of third-party ore are to be expected go
Companies: Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd.
Altus Strategies* (ALS LN) - La Mancha launches La Mancha Fund, a Luxembourg based long only fund dedicated primarily to gold mining.
Ariana Resources (AAU LN) – Kiziltepe production guidance maintained
Castillo Copper (CCZ LN) – Quarterly report highlights the ‘Big One' prospect
Chaarat Gold (CGH LN) – Robust Kapan production in H1/21 with Tulkubash funding completion pushed to Q3/21
Glencore (GLEN LN) – Glencore to pay $9.85m to settle zinc rigging dispute
Jervois Mining (JRV AU) – Jervoi
Companies: SO4 ALS AAU CGH GLEN POW TYM CCZ JRV LYC
The group’s AGM statement highlights a strong rebound in activity during Q1, with improved market demand, helped by new customer and project wins. Indeed, it reports revenues up >50% year on year. Progress continues with Atlas, with Spain and Holland now live. The previously flagged supply chain constraints and price pressures continue but are being mitigated by price rises. No change to forecast expectations are signalled. The shares have moderately underperformed in the quarter and offer good
Companies: Trifast plc
South Harz Potash is expected to start drilling its first of two planned confirmation holes at Ohmgebirge in Q4/CY21. The Company has submitted supplementary detailed information to regional mining authorities to support the final step in the permitting process.
As a result of the delays experienced in procuring landowner and tenant approved drill sites and the competition for drill rig availability, South Harz Potash now expects drilling of the second confirmatory twin hole in Q1/CY22. The tw
Companies: South Harz Potash Ltd
EQTEC have just announced their Q2 Trading Update and have highlighted several key updates in their immediate pipeline. In line with our expectations, EQTEC are on track to hit our modelled revenue and EBITDA projections for 2021. Billingham has completed its concept design and progresses towards financial close.
Companies: EQTEC PLC
• 2Q21 production was 8,825 bbl/d marginally above guidance.
• While the 3WD water disposal well has now been completed, one of the booster pumps is not fully operational, constraining water injection . This in turn has constrained current field oil production to~8,800 bbl/d. (Production from the recently drilled 7D well has naturally declined from 3.5 mbbl/d to 2.5 mbbl/d outperforming the company’s expectations). The booster pump is expected to be either repaired or replaced over the next
Companies: PetroTal Corp.