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Tullow Oil plc (TLW.L)

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44.87-0.46 (-1.01%)
At close: 5:05PM BST
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Previous close45.33
Open45.00
Bid44.78 x 0
Ask44.90 x 0
Day's range44.01 - 45.58
52-week range13.41 - 66.22
Volume41,545,419
Avg. volume8,820,052
Market cap640.421M
Beta (5Y monthly)2.77
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-62.10
Earnings date08 Sept 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date29 Aug 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Tullow Oil outlines new plan for Kenya project, swings to interim profit

    (Reuters) -Tullow Oil rebounded with a first-half profit on Wednesday and announced a development plan for its Kenya project, sending shares in the Africa-focused firm as much as 9% higher. Tullow and its joint venture partners have completed the redesign of the Kenya development project, the company said, adding the total gross capex for the project is expected to be about $3.4 billion, higher than the previous outlook. The company which entered Kenya in 2010, now expects to recover 585 million barrels of oil (mmbo) from the project over the full life of the field, which JPMorgan analysts said in a research note was at least 14% higher than their estimate.

  • Zacks

    Tullow (TUWOY) Gives Revised 2021 Capex & Production Guidance

    Tullow (TUWOY) expects 2021 operating cash flow growth of $50 million if oil price averages $70 a barrel for the remaining year.

  • Reuters

    Tullow Oil expects FY cashflow of $600 million at $60/bbl oil price

    Africa-focused Tullow Oil expects a full-year operating cashflow of $600 million, steady from last year, if the oil price averages $60 a barrel for the rest of the year, it said on Wednesday. If oil prices, currently at around $76 a barrel, average $70 for the remainder of the year, operating cashflow would go up by $50 million, it added. Tullow, which refinanced it $2.3 billion debt pile this year to extend maturities, expects to invest $250 million, mainly on drilling in Ghana, and financing costs of $290 million.