We expect 2017 to be a year of increasing clarity on the direction of the Falkland Island assets, and one in which Rockhopper (RKH) starts to make headway in its Mediterranean portfolio with a full year of stewardship of its Egyptian production and exploration assets. The 20 December update brings little new news on its core asset (Sea Lion), but provides for a higher cash figure than we had previously modelled (due to a higher than expected insurance settlement). Our thoughts on Sea Lion remain unchanged, leaving our core NAV unchanged at 74p/share.

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