Petroceltic International PLC Company Profile (LON:PCI)

About Petroceltic International PLC (LON:PCI)

Petroceltic International PLC logoPetroceltic International plc is an international oil and gas exploration, development and production company. The Company has operations in Algeria, Bulgaria, Egypt and Italy. The Company holds interests in the Isarene production sharing contract (PSC) in Algeria. The Company's portfolio in Italy includes approximately two permits in the western Po Valley and over four permits in the central offshore Adriatic. The Company holds interests in approximately three producing gas fields and a future development in the Galata Exploration Block, which is located in shallow water, offshore Bulgaria, in the Black Sea. In Egypt, the Company holds interests in approximately 10 producing fields in over 10 development concessions in the El Mansoura and the South East El Mansoura concession areas. Its licenses in Italy include the Carisio Permit and the Ronsecco Permit in the Po Valley, and the B.R268.RG, B.R270.EL, B.R271.EL and B.R272.EL permits in the Central Adriatic offshore.

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  • Symbol: LON:PCI
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Average Prices:
  • 50 Day Moving Avg: GBX 7.16
  • 200 Day Moving Avg: GBX 18.60
  • 52 Week Range: GBX 2 - GBX 131
  • Trailing P/E Ratio: N/A
  • P/E Growth: 0.00
  • Average Volume: 99,182 shs.

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Petroceltic International PLC trades on the London Stock Exchange (LON) under the ticker symbol "PCI."

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One share of Petroceltic International PLC stock can currently be purchased for approximately GBX 3.50.

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Analysts' Ratings History for Petroceltic International PLC (LON:PCI)
DateFirmActionRatingPrice TargetDetails
3/4/2016Liberum CapitalReiterated RatingSellGBX 15View Rating Details
11/26/2015Peel HuntLower Price TargetBuyGBX 195 -> GBX 150View Rating Details
11/17/2015Mirabaud SecuritiesReiterated RatingNeutralView Rating Details
11/2/2015Westhouse SecuritiesReiterated RatingNeutralGBX 132View Rating Details
10/6/2015GoodbodyReiterated RatingHoldView Rating Details
10/1/2015HSBC Holdings plcReiterated RatingBuyGBX 165View Rating Details
8/19/2015Davy ResearchReiterated RatingOutperformView Rating Details
7/2/2015Royal Bank of CanadaInitiated CoverageSector PerformerGBX 120View Rating Details
(Data available from 5/23/2015 forward)


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Current Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $-0.21 EPS


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Petroceltic International PLC (PCI) Chart for Tuesday, May, 23, 2017

This page was last updated on 5/23/2017 by Staff