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STO, SANTOS LIMITED
early birds
post Posted: May 22 2018, 10:32 PM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ May 22 2018, 10:05 PM

so the bid is been rejected atm.

with high oil price, still see STO worth my target of 6.5---6.8. if bid pulls away, then lower end of target 6.50 for short term?? unsure.gif




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Santos rejects Harbour proposal and terminates discussions
https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20180522/pdf/...6x8y4d6qlp3.pdf



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, Harbour Energy has bowed to the inevitable and lifted its proposed offer price for Santos which now values the Australian oil and gas group at $A14.4 billion compared to around $A13.7 billion last week when the final, binding offer was proposed.

The decision last week by Harbour Energy not to lift the proposed offer price from the existing $US4.98 a share was seen as a joke in the light of the rapid rise in oil prices to their highest levels since late 2014.

The new offer is $US5.21 a share, which is equivalent to $A6.95 a share at an exchange rate of 75 US cents a share, and is at an 11.2% premium to the last close of Santos shares on Friday. That may see it win the support of the Santos board.

Santos shares rose 1.7% to $6.36, so the market remains to be convinced by the higher Harbour price.

A question mark however remains over one condition attached to the higher offer - that Santos increase its oil price hedging this year and next by around 30% or more.

Analysts say that’s because Harbour Energy wants the certainty of cash flows to enable it to meet debt repayments if the offer is successful.

Global oil prices are up around 17% since the first firm price was issued by Harbour Energy in April.

Santos says its independent directors will now consider the new, higher priced offer.

Harbour Energy said it was its best and final offer, meaning no more increases.

"Harbour's 21 May 2018 proposal is 'best and final' and will not be further increased prior to entering into a Scheme Implementation Deed. The Proposal is subject to final confirmatory due diligence and entry into a Scheme Implementation Deed with Santos,” the statement said.
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so, the increased bid is coming at 6.95 AUD. MY 6.50--6.80 price target will be achieved . tongue.gif not bad for a short time frame trading.



 
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There’s doubt that the now binding but still conditional $13.7 billion offer for Santos from US group, Harbour Energy, will succeed because the price hasn’t been lifted to reflect the recent rise in world oil price to around $US75 a barrel.

The price of the key Brent global marker crude has risen from around $US69 to more than $US79 a barrel on Thursday and yet Harbour Energy has not changed its indicative price of $US4.98 a share (around $A6.63).

Santos shares traded $US6.20 yesterday - down around 1.9%. That’s investors telling Harbour Energy that their offer is light on and success is uncertain because of the lower than hoped for price.

It is a final, binding offer and if rejected by the Santos board, Harbour can only turn it into a hostile offer, which would be self defeating.

The fall in the value of the Aussie dollar in the past month has added around $A200 million to the value of the offer, and Harbour seems to be hoping that will be enough.

The Harbour Energy offer though has secured the backing of the target’s pair of Chinese shareholders who control 15% together.

To win the bidder needs the approval of the Santos board because of the way the company is structured, with its base in Adelaide and any bid needing state government approval.

A hostile offer for Santos won’t succeed. Harbour’s final, binding offer follows four unsuccessful offers over the past eight months.

Harbour has reportedly been talking to the Chinese shareholders ENN and Hony and on Wednesday they reached preliminary agreement with Harbour on a deal that would allow them to retain exposure to Santos’ assets.

The terms of the offer have changed. The offer will be in cash for all shareholders other than China’s ENN and Hony, with no fixed Australian dollar component.

The proposal now includes an offer for ENN and Hony to roll over their existing Santos shares into any new Harbour investment vehicle, but it is understood this is unlikely to be a one-for-one trade.
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gambling that increase bid will come...

 
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$30/b for oil isn't a sustainable level for many US shale and others in the world, if one dig little will know,
so here we go---bit of Iranian nuke deal that send oil to $70 plus

6.50 ---6.80 for STO looks more likely.



 
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Initial offer clearly opportunistic. Since then, there's talk of oil at $80, 100 or even higher, and not much chatter about $30 a bbl oil.



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https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/s...517-p4zftb.html


The initial Harbour offer was valued at about $6.50, but oil prices have risen about 17 per cent since then, leading some analysts to say Harbour would need to raise its offer to $7 a share to succeed. The bid represents a premium of about 5 per cent to Santos' last close, based on the current Australian dollar exchange rate.

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Shares in natural gas company Santos Ltd (ASX: STO) were up 2% to $6.36 at the time of writing after potential acquirer Harbour Energy lodged a substantial shareholder notice in the company with a 15.1% indirectly-held stake.

A Santos announcement advised shareholders to “take no action” in relation to the Harbour proposal at this time.

But the same announcement reported that “no agreement had been reached” between US energy company Harbour and Chinese gas company ENN Holdings, despite reports in The Australian saying Harbour was working with ENN and Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital to agree on terms to put a formal offer to Santos.

ENN was in a trading halt on the Shanghai stock exchange yesterday in connection with a preliminary agreement with Harbour regarding its intention to acquire 100% of Santos for US$4.98 per share.

All eyes are on Santos as it appears the Harbour Energy bid moves one step closer to completion, and while Santos’ share price is on the up amidst the drama, peers like Origin Energy Ltd (ASX: ORG) are also on the gains, with Origin up 1.7% at the time of writing to $9.78.

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i kinda remember i did told someone that STO is worth a lot more than 4 bucks few months ago when it was dogged by it's high debt and other stuff. stock price is on the tears.
look at it now . i saw value in this dog at under 4 bucks that time.



 
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Receipt of unsolicited, non-binding, indicative and conditional
proposal from Harbour Energy and granting of due diligence


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Santos advises that on 29 March 2018 it received an unsolicited, non-binding, indicative and
conditional proposal (“Harbour Proposal”) from a special purpose entity of Harbour Energy
Ltd (“Harbour”) for it to acquire 100 per cent of Santos shares by way of a scheme of
arrangement.

The indicative offer price is US$4.98 per share, which in Australian dollars, is equivalent to
A$6.501 per share and represents a premium of:

+ 28 per cent to the last closing price of Santos of A$5.07 per share on 29 March 2018;
and
+ 30 per cent to the one month volume weighted average share price of Santos of A$5.00

per share up to 29 March 2018.

The indicative offer price is comprised of the following components:
+ A cash offer price of US$4.70 per share (equivalent to A$6.131 per share); plus
+ A special dividend of US$0.28 per share (equivalent to A$0.371 per share) which is
]expected to be fully franked2

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Another T/O rumour -
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Street Talk understands the two parties have been in talks across the Easter long weekend, after Harbour Energy approached Santos with an all-cash proposal late last week.

Santos shares last closed at $5.07, valuing the company's equity at $10.6 billion.

It's understood Harbour Energy's indicative offer was at a premium to the last close.


Read more: http://www.afr.com/street-talk/harbour-ene...b#ixzz5BW6lhYji

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