|Africa Oilfield Logistics
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||Market Cap (m)
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Africa Oilfield Share Discussion Threads
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|RNS and article in the Daily Express out today...AOL is to become the first AIM company to join the Kenyan stock exchange - CEO Carl Esprey quoted "Our proposed dual listing is a further exciting step forward and one which will establish the company as a pioneer in this area" aligning the company with strong regional growth...with this and the planned acquisition of the rest of Ardan its looking like good times ahead|
|Carl Esprey interview on proactive investor
The chief executive of Africa Oilfield Logistics (LON:AOL), Carl Esprey, spells out what catalysts investors can look forward to in the coming months. These include new contract wins, continued regional expansion and possible bolt-on acquisitions. Esprey explains how the company can support oil and mining projects, as well as in some instances even refugee and military camps.
|Nice RNS this morning... 10p paid.|
|Nice 10% rise today... more to come here.|
|African Oilfields continues to make great progress, Ardan, their primary investment is going great guns having just announced revenues (unaudited) of approximately $9.5 million for the four month period ended April 2014 representing an annualised run rate of $38 million and a 65% increase on the unaudited 2013 revenue of $23 million. They are the only local company with international standard support services operation and already have contracts with big international companies operating in Northern Kenya and Ethiopia.
Any opinions from anyone welcome|
|nice £43K buy at the close...|
|Great RNS this morning:
· Revenue (unaudited) of approximately $9.5 million for the four month period ended April 2014 representing an annualised run rate of $38 million and a 65% increase on the unaudited 2013 revenue of $23 million.
· Operational restructuring of Ardan (as overseen by Africa Oilfield) completed, resulting in significantly enhanced key performance indicators and financial performance.
· The focus on operational professionalism and maximising efficiencies for clients has resulted in:
o an expansion in the scope of current contracts with existing clients, including international oil and gas companies.
o numerous new business opportunities becoming available.
· Strong trading environment in the East African region provides Ardan with opportunities to significantly increase its position in Kenya and Ethiopia as well as contemplate future expansion into Madagascar and Djibouti.|
|It already looks vastly overvalued
Dangerous chasing the spikes|
|Also market cap low at present, and shares are relatively closely held, all making for a GREAT upside.|
|White nile, then Camec both 10fold gains,now a third in my book with AOL.Monday onwards will be VERY exciting.|
|Just read the latest news of the recent secured contracts with nationals, and I believe there are many more in the imminent pipeline. DYOR but I believe we could see a 10 fold increase from here. Just look how the management sent both white nile and Camec soaring ten fold and more. Here's the next in my book.|
|such excitement normally ends in disapointment, however i bought a few at the close friday, do i add ?
need to know more about this company|
|So looking forward to Monday, this is going to be VERY exciting.The city will suddenly wake up to this one imhho.|
|The next white nile imhho, 100p+ looming! Monday could be mega.|
|On the move again! Def another deal on it's way. Thiss will move very quickly if volume arrives|
|Ticked up again.Not many shares in the free float here|
|Could be another deal coming here.|
|Africa Oilfield Logistics Ltd, signs second deal in as many weeks for support services in the Turkana region of northern Kenya, near the town of Lokichar. Latest deal with New York listed Global Geophysical Services Inc. (NYSE: GGS), a leading global provider of seismic programmes, see's GGS subsidiary Ardan supply a turnkey support camp and medical facility for Global's 18-24 month seismic programme. Ardan just signed a two year contract with Africa's leading international oil company, to construct well sites and associated infrastructure for its oil and gas exploration programme. Ardan is building its position in the region which is expected to explode in terms of hydro carbon exploration, forgive the pun. One to watch and lets hope with the cash raised, shareholders are well placed to benefit.|
|I don't have time to follow the machinations of AIM cesspit denizens but guys from here also involved with SBLM,AGTA,AFPO,AMEI amongst others|