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|I wonder if there's a bid brewing - could be two in one day with PMR, which would be nice.|
|Good ol yasx hit the button on this one
|Lovely looking three year chart if it plays out :-) DYOR|
|Another nice move. Certainly doesn't seem to take much volume to have an impact on price.|
|Moving up again - the m/cap is even above the £12.5m or so cash pile now :o))|
|Yes, already nearly doubled since I bought in and still looking cheap on asset grounds.
Director buying is encouraging.|
|Nice very very nice indeed!|
|Moving nicely now. The maximum I can buy online is 15k, so not much stock available - any buying interest could bring further interesting moves.|
|Brought a few buyers in :-)|
|I agree it's encouraging. Nice to see signs of life from the company and good to see the directors prepared to soak up shares if that is what they were doing.|
|It's not often a large-ish line of stock becomes available in NTQ, so presumably the brokers got on to the company to see if they wanted them and the directors snapped them up 50/50.
Encouraging stuff with a year end update due in a month or so's time.|
|Curious that they bought exactly the same number of shares each and that they bought at the low point of the spread.
Curious also that there was another transaction yesterday, also at 19p, for the combined volume.
Looks like someone wanted to sell and the 2 directors agreed to take 50% each?|
|RNS just out - the CEO and an NED have bought £80,000 of shares between them at 19p....
I get the feeling things are on the up here, especially given the large upturn in shale oil production in the USA.|
|needs a bit of pull back to attract bees to produce honey, 12-15p anyone?|
paul the octopus
|Good to see NTQ are out there selling - this is the first such exhibition news for 2 years:
"Come and see us at MEOS 2017
March 02 2017
Enteq will be exhibiting at MEOS in Bahrain from the 7th to 9th of March 2017. We will be exhibiting with our Saudi Arabian partners NBC in Hall 1 on booth 34. Please come over and meet the team"|
|And another interesting slide from the XOM presentation - number 29.
Well inventory with > 10% return:
$40/B or $2/KCF: 6,300 Liquids + 1,100 Gas
$60/B or $3/KCF: 10,700 Liquids, 13,600 Gas
If I interpret that correctly, that's a huge number of additional wells that are "economic" at the higher prices, especially on the gas side.|
|Exxon Mobil having an analyst day today.
In the presentation materials they show $22bn "flexible" capex planned in 2017 and $70bn-$80bn over 2018-20 compared to the managed 2016 total of $19bn.
Permian and Bakken are identified in their list of "short-cycle" upstream projects which look to be about 1/3 of their upstream total in 2017 and over 1/2 in 2018-20. [see slides 19 and 20 of their presentation]
Jim Cramer on CNBC commented on this as bullish for Permian oil companies as it signals a more bullish investment outlook than previously expected.
Hopefully NTQ will ride the wave...
|Oh well, if the price is going to move up on light volume I suppose it's not unreasonable for it to move down on light volume as well.|
|Weir and Petrofac both sounding relatively upbeat in their results this morning. Weir in particular commenting:
"North American markets improving" and "Sequential improvement in orders since Q3, returning to breakeven in Q4"
So hopefully Enteq will be seeing the same trends.|
|Looks like 23k of buys late on Friday afternoon, with presumably no stock around. A couple of small sells today have been easily absorbed, so I'd guess there's still demand for more shares out there.|
|Moving up again first thing this morning. Trying to find some volume?|
|Nice move up in the price they're offering to buy at even if (or is it because?) no-one seems to be selling (or buying for that matter)...|
|News report today:
"DJ Oil Steady as U.S. Shale Shows Signs of Resurgence
By Kevin Baxter and Jenny W. Hsu
Oil prices were little changed Monday as reports of increased drilling in the U.S. dampened appetite among investors following last week's 2% uptick.
The April contract for global crude benchmark Brent was down 0.14% to $56.72 while its U.S. counterpart West Texas Intermediate edged up 0.03% to $53.86 for March deliveries.
Oil-field services company Baker Hughes reported that shale oil rigs in the U.S. grew by 17 last week to total 583. This led many analysts and market observers to predict that 2017 will be the comeback year for shale oil after two years of cost-cutting and bankruptcies.
"We expect a strong revival in U.S. shale oil production and expect yet more rigs to be added to the market," said Bjarne Schieldrop, an analyst with Stockholm-based SEB bank.
He said he believed that spending on U.S. onshore oil exploration and production will rise by 30%-40% in 2017 and the rig-count could be higher than 1,000 by 2019."|
|New product news - they're still alive :o)) And like buses, it comes in two's....
"Release of Inclination While Drilling (IncWD)
January 30 2017 .
Enteq is proud to announce the introduction of the Inclination Whilst Drilling (IncWD) feature as part of its latest 2.50 xxMWD-PC release.
IncWD allows the user to monitor well build real time allowing for rapid and accurate adjustments of well trajectory potentially reducing drilling time and giving the optimum well path.
To download the PDF flier for this feature please click on this link
"New Software Release v2.50 of xxMWD-PCSuite
January 30 2017 .
Enteq Drilling is please to announce the release of version 2.50 of it xxMWD-PCSuite
The upgrade has introduced Inclination Whilst Drilling and invaluable feature which gives a stable inclination measurement which allows the driller to monitor the build of the well allowing for quicker and more accurate trajectory adjustments
Other key features of V2.50 include.
Enteq Unique Mode.
Checks downhole hardware in order to enable enhanced surface software capabilities such as IncWD.
|thanks for the reply
keep me busy for a while
although i see we already have quite a few in common|