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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. The Company also operates an asset portfolio that includes shallow gas in Eastern Alberta.
Price: $1.10 Volume: 145,689
Change: $-0.03 % Change: -2.65%
Day High/Low: 1.13/1.08 52 Week High/Low: 2.37/0.87
Last Traded: April 17, 2015 11:59 Transaction Volume: 100
Open: 1.10 Previous Close: 1.13
Bid: 1.10 Ask: 1.14
Bid Size: 6300 Ask Size: 2000
Market Cap: 165.1m Shares Out: 150.1m
PE Ratio: 18.8 Dividend Yield: N/A

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:RE:RE:RE:rig count guess anyone?

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    definitely the only shale play that hasn't stop growing but I did read that cheaspeak shut in 250 mmcf/d of dry marcelus gas, to I guess...

    4 stars


  • hey shambono

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    Yes, someday gas will go up...lol Right you are. just not for some time yet and so do not own gas stocks. Now, you challenged others to...

    4 stars


  • RE:RE:RE:rig count guess anyone?

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    The problem for gas is that the Marcellus is just not losing enough rigs. Only 1 this week to 69 and only 12 from a year ago. Losing oil...

    2 stars


  • RE:RE:rig count guess anyone?

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    US NG drill rigs getting dangerously close to 200, which is very low.  so if 50% of all NG ceomes from shale wells, and rig counts are...

    4 stars


  • Less drilling, less jobs

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    Schlumberger Ltd., the world’s largest oilfield services provider, will eliminate an additional 11,000 positions in a sign the industry...

    2.5 stars