Predator Oil & Gas Holdings booked a loss in the first half after it listed on the London Stock Exchange in May. Losses for the six months through June amounted to £154k, as the company continued to develop its prospects in Trinidad and Tobago and offshore Ireland. 'The past few months have been a busy and transformational period for Predator,' chairman Sarah Cope said. 'We have successfully built a business with a material portfolio of assets.' 'We are excited to have entered Trinidad, an emerging area for CO2 enhanced oil recovery operations, which is proven technology currently delivering significant production from mature fields in the US.' 'As we are moving into the next stage of growth, our CO2 EOR operations are fully funded thanks to the capital raised this year. 'Management's long track record offshore Ireland as gas explorers and producers, has allowed us to create a portfolio of attractive gas assets.' At 9:40am: (LON:PRD) Predator Oil Gas Holdings Plc Ord Npv share price was +0.08p at 3.8p
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