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|Slepy, N3?1) Still doing petrophysical analysis which they need to complete to have an updated basin model, from which they can determine if N3 needs any rethinking or additional seismic.2) Discussing the option of 3D seismic with SOLO before announcing the analysis results and forward plan in one RNS.3) Rethinking N3, as the well model shows their previous seismic interpretation as incorrect or not optimal.|
Give AEX and SOLO time. We may be seeing SOLO selling 50% of their 20% in AEX to concentrate on Helium! If so IMO Jay would probably go for something on the Namisange license before doing anything on NT-3. Just an off the wall opinion.
|My post about AEX at the moment would be, why the hell we still don't know if they are planning to drill N3!|
|OK I'll make a herculean effort to only post about AEX.|
See what you have started with your reference to HUR. This is an AEX bb. To all interested in AEX, lets keep it that way please.
I'm invested here in HUR :) and SDX
HUR update must be imminent - I think its going to be a very big step-out of Lancaster. SDX is 4days into 30day drill, many similarities with AEX (going after a major gasplay, with liquids potential). However, 3D has shown up substantial oil prospects, and deep oil targets under the gas horizons in this well. This well target is supported by strong AVO response.
Just a heads up.
|I doubt they would have drilled 600m beyond conventional structural closure for a duster ;)|
|They trying to figure out how to release news about a duster so that the share price doesn't get slaughtered? ;)|
|Yes lets keep on topic. The Transocean Spitzbergen is now understeam to Norway on contract for Repsol and yet HUR still haven't posted an RNS!!!|
|why are you talking about SDX when this is clearly the HUR thread|
Yes. I'm surprised many still have not caught onto just how high-impact that well is for them. Its being drilled on a prospect supported by strong class 3 AVO response, gas-condensate and oil in the well, at very little cost to them.
|Some good results today millie. Think it is first time I bought a share at a right time :)|
|Sdx on the move...|
Believe we have not been told yet re condensate.
Is there even a separator/ metering skid for it?|
|ngms, HUR very interesting, i guess they would had performed the DST and deepened the Halifax well to investigate the oil water contact before well suspension and moving the rig off location? like you say there could be big news a coming. sorry for off topic
From Halifax spud RNS
"The Company plans to drill the Halifax Well below local structural closure and will then perform an open hole drill stem test ("DST"). In the event of a successful DST, it is envisaged that the well will be deepened to investigate the oil water contact."|
Good point on the dollar.
Would love to know how much loan is left.|
|However have we been told what the Condensates bringing in?|
|Yes he is and yes he is...:0)|
Plus with the Brexie bonus of a higher dollar we are making about 16% more in pounds!!!!
|But remember, we are getting more than $3 because the calorific value of the KN1 gas is better than expected. Wee bonus there.|
|Aminex PLC MILESTONE GAS SALES AGREEMENT SECURED
"Gas will be sold at US$3.00 per mmbtu (approximately US$3.07 per mcf) and the price will be adjusted annually by applying an agreed United States Consumer Price Index. The gas price is not linked to any commodity price so is unaffected by current commodity market conditions. Gas revenues will be invoiced and payable in United States Dollars and the gas delivery point will be at the outlet flange of the Kiliwani North wellhead.( By selling the gas at the wellhead, the joint venture partners will not be responsible for pipeline transportation and processing fees.)"|
|Sorry KN-1, yes. Thought you meant the recent discovery. Looking over the hill a bit.|
|thanks very much, lets say £1 cost per mcf, $3 sale price
17000 *2* 365 = $12.41m per annum