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PERPETUAL ENERGY INC T.PMT

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PMT.DB.D | T.PMT.DB.E | PMGYF

Perpetual Energy Inc, is engaged in the exploration, development, and marketing of oil and gas based energy in Alberta, Canada.
Price: $2.13 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +0.47%
Volume: 17,100 | Day High/Low: 2.15/2.13 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.37/0.94


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RE:As I posted previously

yes they might have a high number of insiders and friends and family getting in on this attractive yield, but I doubt very much they wanted to pay a higher rate just for that reason. just worked out...read more
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RE:As I posted previously

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As I posted previously

RE:Question on new debt offering To privately place the debt with friends and family?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:new debentures insider buys

no where near this rate but you can't just look at the spread between short and longer term debt. they now have zero risk to rising interest rates all the way to 2018/19 which has to be worth...read more
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RE:new debentures insider buys

Don't know if it was brought up but it was also resized from 100 to 125 million with ease. I wonder what the interest rate is on their actual bank debt.  rate and reply
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new debentures insider buys

I'm pretty sure there is much more but these were the last of the transactions                   ...read more
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B.C. LNG cleans air, wipes out debt, Premier Clark

She also would have us believe in the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and Santa! It makes too much sense of course to sell Canadian gas to Asia. Between Greenpeace et al and dozens of "First Nations" it...read more
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RE:RE:Paying 8.75% interest to pay off 7.25% interest bearing bond

I Agree; no new debt only extending the term to a manageable time frame. The small 1.5% premium is a far better option than the possibility of conversion to shares that could have diluted existing...read more
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RE:RE:Paying 8.75% interest to pay off 7.25% interest bearing bond

that is on way of looking at it. To me it is obvious they are struggling with their financing. Borrowing money at higher rate to pay off a loan that is actually cheaper is just symptomatic of their...read more
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RE:Paying 8.75% interest to pay off 7.25% interest bearing bond

If they can drill a well and get 100% of the money back in less than a year's production. Paying 8.75% interest as deductible cost seems not out of line!  rate and reply
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Paying 8.75% interest to pay off 7.25% interest bearing bond

This is a classical casde of "printing" money. Looks like they still don't have thir debt under control and is still spiralling downward. Be careful with this company!  rate and reply
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RE:Question on new debt offering

It seems a very high interest rate to me. Secured or unsecured? This makes no difference imo as the lenders are ahead of shareholders in the food chain anyway. i think 7.25 would have been enough to...read more
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RE:Question on new debt offering

To privately place the debt with friends and family?  rate and reply
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Question on new debt offering

Why would you borrow at 8.75% to pay off debentures at 7.25% ? What am I missing here?  rate and reply
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Canadian demand significantly above average

Canadian Observer - Canadian July demand continues to trump previous years Bentek estimates total Canadian demand will hover around 6.4 Bcf/d this weekend, slightly below the previous week's average...read more
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Hedges look good now

Natural-gas prices tumbled to a seven-month low on Thursday, falling below $4 a million British thermal units, after a government report showed U.S. stockpiles last week increased at an above-average...read more
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RE:107 Bcf

Gas taking quite a hit.  Feels like we are close to the summer bottom. Pmt hanging in really well. Just as a bit of a head scracher. Despite the sancitons, abundant coal in the US and Canada. The US...read more
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107 Bcf

Working gas in storage was 2,129 Bcf as of Friday, July 11, 2014, according to EIA estimates. This represents a net increase of 107 Bcf from the previous week. Stocks were 608 Bcf less than last year...read more
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RE:RE:interesting comments

obvisouly not a full out recommendation on PMT but likes the direction that we are moving in. I wonder if she has a price target and what that is? on other news NG prices getting killled today, and...read more
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RE:interesting comments

Joanne A. Hruska (Market Call Minute.) Debt has come down, but is still a bit higher than what she likes. Loves what they are doing at Edson, and loves the joint venture that they did. Have worked...read more