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beach energy ltd (BPT) Snapshot

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A$1.72
Previous Close
A$1.68
Day High
A$1.72
Day Low
A$1.69
52 Week High
03/14/14 - A$1.75
52 Week Low
06/25/13 - A$1.08
Market Cap
2.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
7.2M
EPS TTM
A$0.21
Shares Outstanding
1.3B
EX-Date
03/3/14
P/E TM
8.0x
Dividend
A$0.04
Dividend Yield
3.37%
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beach energy ltd (BPT) Details

Beach Energy Limited explores, develops, produces, and sells gas and liquid hydrocarbons. It holds interests in approximately 300 exploration and production tenements in Australia, the United States, Egypt, Tanzania, Romania, and New Zealand. The company was formerly known as Beach Petroleum Limited and changed its name to Beach Energy Limited in December 2009. Beach Energy Limited is headquartered in Glenside, Australia.

beach energy ltd (BPT) Top Compensated Officers

Managing Director and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: A$1.5M
Chief Financial Officer, Group Accountant and...
Total Annual Compensation: A$541.2K
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$546.4K
Chief Commercial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$517.6K
General Counsel and Joint Company Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: A$475.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

beach energy ltd (BPT) Key Developments

Beach Energy Limited Provides Drilling Update for the Month of March 2014

Beach Energy Limited provided drilling update for the month of March 2014. Nappamerri Trough Natural Gas: The Etty-1 vertical exploration well in ATP 855 (Beach Energy Ltd. ("Beach") 46.9% and operator, Icon Energy Ltd. 35.1%, Chevron Exploration Australia 1 Pty Ltd. 18%) reached a total depth of 3,807 metres in the top of the Patchawarra Formation on 23 March 2014. Preliminary interpretation of wireline logs indicate the target interval to be gas saturated. Etty-1 will be cased and suspended for fracture stimulation and production testing, to assess the deliverability potential of the basin centred play. Etty-1 is the sixth and final exploration well drilled in the current campaign in ATP 855. Cooper-Eromanga Oil ­ South Australia: In PEL 91 (Beach 40% and operator, Drillsearch Energy Ltd. 60%), the Stunsail-1 exploration well discovered oil in stacked pay over the McKinlay/Top Namur, Mid-Namur and Birkhead reservoirs. The well intersected the McKinlay/Namur at a depth of 1,367 metres with a ten metre column, six metres of which was within the highly productive Namur Sandstone. A four metre oil column was also penetrated in the mid-Namur at a depth of 1,403 metres. Additional oil shows were encountered in the deeper Birkhead Formation, with two intervals tested. Cooper Basin Oil and Gas ­ Exploration and Development: In the South Australian Cooper Basin Joint Venture (Beach 20.21%, Santos Ltd. 66.6% and operator, Origin Energy Ltd. ("Origin") 13.19%), Big Lake-102 and -103, the first two wells of a four well pad development program (Big Lake-102 to -105), were cased and suspended as Patchawarra and Tirrawarra gas wells.

Beach Energy Limited Announces Western Flank Oil Exploration Success with Stunsail1

Beach Energy Ltd. advised that the Stunsail-1 exploration well in PEL 91 successfully discovered oil in stacked pay over the McKinlay/Top Namur, Mid-Namur and Birkhead reservoirs. The Stunsail-1 well exceeded expectations by encountering a thicker column and multiple hydrocarbon bearing zones. The well intersected the McKinlay/Namur at a depth of 1,367 metres with a ten metre column, six metres of which was within the highly productive Namur Sandstone. A four metre oil column was also penetrated in the mid-Namur at a depth of 1,403 metres. Additional oil shows were encountered in the deeper Birkhead Formation, with two intervals tested. The first drill stem test tested a gross 15 metre section, at a top depth of 1,667 metres, and recovered 46 barrels of oil and three barrels of filtrate over a four hour period, equating to a test rate of in excess of 250 barrels of oil per day. The second DST is testing a gross 11.5 metre section, with a top depth of 1,610 metres. Results from this test are still pending. Following the completion of the evaluation program, the Ensign 930 rig will be moved to the Hardwicke-1 exploration well, which is located approximately eight kilometres to the northeast of Stunsail-1.

Beach Energy Limited Announces Interim Dividend and Special Dividend, Payable on March 28, 2014

Beach Energy Limited announced a fully franked interim dividend of 1.00 cent per and a fully franked special dividend of 1.00 cent per share, payable on March 28, 2014 to the shareholders of record on March 7, 2014.

 

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