Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Meridian Petroleum LSE:MRP London Ordinary Share GB00B3DDP128 ORD 30P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 55.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 12.4 1.9 10.2 4.6 8.85

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25/11/2011
23:46
Charts now added with the help of Rhubarbe. :)
the marlboro man
25/11/2011
20:50
OK, sent - you can remove the email addrress now..
rhubarbe
25/11/2011
20:46
Hi Rhurarbe, I sent ADVFN an email about doing this but they said it could only be done with LSE listed stocks, but if was okay to discuss/start new threads on companies listed on foreign exchanges. I noticed you had this done on the LFD thread but didn't want to be a pain so I didn't bother them anymore. The above looks just perfect. What do I do with the code? Thanks a million!
the marlboro man
25/11/2011
20:00
If that looks OK I'll send you the code but you'll have to put your email address up briefly ..
rhubarbe
25/11/2011
19:59
Bung your description about your chosen investment vehicle here. (skip to posts)ChartsLong Term ChartTSX Price6 Month Chart with VolumeCompany Websitehttp://www.miraresourcescorp.com/
rhubarbe
25/11/2011
19:54
You want me to send you a header?
rhubarbe
24/11/2011
18:55
I was reading the Haywood report on Mira and found the comparison with Mart Resources most interesting. Here are a few small facts about Mart Resources, part owner of the Umusadege oil field in Nigeria (first discoverd in 1974).. Mart was one of the first foreign companies to establish partnerships with local Nigerian oil companies under the indigenous and marginal field programs. The company's gross proved plus probable reserves were 12.9 million as at December 31, 2010.Production for the entire Umusadege field (three partners) by May 2011 averaged 10,525 bopd. What I also find interesting is that Mira's COO & Director, David Urquhart, is the former COO of Mart Resources. Also, Moses Ojo, Mira's Manager of Well Operations, spent 4 years as Well Site Geologic Operations Supervisor with Mart Resources (and Addax Petroleum). The figures from the Tom Shot Bank field look just a prosperous as those from Umusadege. This gives me great confidence in my holdings with Mira. I simply cannot find a better play out there.. Mart Resources: Market Cap $198m. Mira Resources: Market Cap $36m Mira's CEO Johnathan More has been doing a lot ofbuying over the last couple of months. He now holds 7.3 million shares,representing 6.9% of the company. This also gives me a lot of belief.
the marlboro man
22/11/2011
18:46
Added Jennings Capital Report in header. Makes for interesting reading.
the marlboro man
21/11/2011
18:33
Mira Resources Corp Up Nearly 6%, Most Active on TSXV Mira Resources Corp is the most actively traded stock this morning on the TSX.V, at 36.5 cents. Close to 1.7 million shares have been traded. Mira Resources Corp. and its wholly owned subsidiary Equinox TSB Development (Nigeria) Limited today announced an operational update on re-entry and testing program for Tom Shot Bank 1 well. The updated logs indicate that the upper interval of the U9 has a 40 gross feet of oil bearing section with an additional 52 feet in the lower zone indicated to be potentially oil bearing. Read more: http://community.nasdaq.com/News/2011-11/mira-resources-corp-up-nearly-6-most-active-on-tsxv.aspx?storyid=103874#ixzz1eMlY8kVn
the marlboro man
21/11/2011
16:59
News released today: November 21, 2011 MIRA Operational Update of Tom Shot Bank VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 21, 2011) - Mira Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE:MRP) ("Mira") and its wholly owned subsidiary Equinox TSB Development (Nigeria) Limited announce an operational update on re-entry and testing program for Tom Shot Bank 1 well ("TSB1"). Further to the preliminary results from the newly acquired cased-hole logs in TSB1 announced on November 16, Mira has continued to refine the processing and interpretation of the logs. The updated logs indicate that the upper interval of the U9 has a 40 gross feet of oil bearing section with an additional 52 feet in the lower zone indicated to be potentially oil bearing. This result correlates with the oil that Shell originally sampled in 1980 in the U9. The U8 interval is now interpreted to contain a possible 22 foot gas and 26 foot oil interval. This result correlates with the oil that Shell originally sampled in the U8 in 1980. The U4 has been interpreted to contain 42 feet of gas and a 12 foot oil leg, with an additional reservoir in the upper section of the U4 is now interpreted to have a possible 12 to 14 foot oil column. Thomas Cavanagh, President of Mira, stated, "The processing and interpretation of the newly acquired cased-hole logs and its integration and correlation with the older open hole data is still ongoing. We are pleased to see that all of the reservoirs which Shell had indicated as possibly oil bearing by the recovery of oil samples have been confirmed by the new logs to have high saturations of oil. "The lower reservoirs, the U9, U8 and U7 all appear to have been charged with oil which correlates with the oil samples that Shell obtained in 1980. This is very encouraging as it would suggest that we have significantly more resources in Tom Shot Bank than what has been filed in Mira's 51-101 Report. "The results of the new logs have identified that the U8 interval has a gross 90 feet oil bearing reservoir which have a definitive hydrocarbon saturation of greater than 50% across a 46 foot interval. The U8 would have certainly been put on test during this program but as it is located behind two sets of casing the test will be deferred to the TSB3 well. "The increased presence of oil in the U4 and U5 also indicates that the entire greater TSB Complex was charged with oil and contains multiple stacked oil reservoirs. At this stage we are very confident that by drilling the TSB3 well in an optimal location up-dip from TSB1 that we will be able to definitively determine with open hole logs the fluid composition in all the reservoirs that we will not have the chance to test in this occasion. "We are focusing our efforts this week on commencing the drill stem test in the lower U7, followed by the test in the upper U7. Mira anticipates announcing the results of these combined tests towards the end of November or first week in December. The question of gross to net reservoir and deliverability is still outstanding and will be evaluated via these production tests. Although these tests will answer many of the questions on these reservoirs, ultimately Open hole logs and cores will be required to determine the best way to produce the significantly increased oil columns we have confirmed to be present at Tom Shot Bank Field." TSB Field is located within Oil Prospecting License 276 ("OPL 276") which is adjacent to the Abana Field in Oil Mining License 114 and due north of Addax Petroleum Corp. in Oil Mining License 123 ("OML 123"). Addax Petroleum Corp. is producing almost 50,000 BOPD from multiple fields within OML 123. TSB Field was discovered by Shell Petroleum in 1980 and encountered 425 Gross Feet of hydrocarbon pay, 57 net feet of gas and 83 net feet of oil proven pay with another possible 111 net feet of oil and 29 net feet of gas pay in reservoirs which Shell Petroleum interpreted as probable laminated reservoirs. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD Thomas Cavanagh, President and Director
the marlboro man
20/11/2011
16:44
Use TDW also, might be teaching people to suck eggs but if you are going to be trading in CAD$ make sure you settle your trades in that currency. I.e. keep your cash in CAD$ when you sell (please bear in mind exchange rate fluctuations etc...)
keya5000
20/11/2011
16:37
Well I have a tdwaterhouse.ie (Irish) a/c, so not sure if .co.uk website has the same charges or not.
the marlboro man
20/11/2011
13:13
Hi 73sttest, I am also using TD Waterhouse. From 1st November 2011 TD increased their charge on FX conversions by an extra 0.25% (an increase from 1.75% to 2%). I'm not sure what other brokers charge, and if this is a competitive rate or not. I just converted to $ once and use this for all my Canadian Investments. I just hope a 2% rate will not matter in the long run.
the marlboro man
20/11/2011
13:04
hello The MM, quick question - what service are you using to buy canadian stock for example this one, I am with TDWaterhouse and their offer facilites to purchase international stock however am worried with the exchange rates they offer. regards,
73sttest
20/11/2011
11:48
Jennings Capital Report. 12 month price target $1.25 http://www.statesidereport.com/Jennings-MRP.pdf
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
21:34
Mira's CEO Johnathan More has been doing a lot of buying over the last couple of months. He now holds 7.3 million shares, representing 6.9% of the company. See here http://canadianinsider.com/node/7?ticker=MRP
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
21:02
Keya, I agree. Very big volume over the last week too. The Haywood report did a comparison with Mart Resources (also awarded a marginal field Bid Round). I reckon we will have more oil than them, judging by Wednesday's news release. They're capped at $218m. Mira's market cap only $46m. Will have at a look at Simba. Cheers for that!
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
20:52
Malboro looks a good company, limited downside from here given likely success of future developments. Have you checked out TSX:SMB--Simba Energy? Early stage company but one with massive potential albeit high risk.
keya5000
19/11/2011
17:50
Good post from Darcyslaw on Stockhouse.. I recently bought into this company, and I see great potential. Smither, as you rightly point out, there seems to be little downside at the moment, and great news should be just around the corner. These reservoirs are very productive, multi-Darcy sands with porosities well into the 30ies, just look at Mart recent tests, it's in the same Miocene type of sands. The oil should be fairly light, I'm guessing around 30 API. Operationally, this should be a piece of cake, especially since Mira stated that the old well was in "excellent condition" If you look at the last slide in Mira's presentation, you will see a management estimate of 25 mmbbl in 2P net reserves after re-entry. Given the fact that they state that the logging results "exceed expectations" I think it's likely that 25 mmbbl is conservative. Also, have a look at slide 18, it's clear that the area where NSAI assigned their 2C resource number to is much smaller that the seimic anomaly. Add in some prospectivity and the possibility of monetizing the gas and associated condensate, and the sky is pretty blue IMO. Pick a number, apply a 10-15 USD/bbl metric and do the math... Best, Darcy
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
14:04
This is the news release from last Wednesday.. Mira Commences Production Testing of Tom Shot Bank 1 VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 16, 2011) - Mira Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE:MRP) ("Mira") and its wholly owned subsidiary Equinox TSB Development (Nigeria) Limited announce that they have successfully completed the acquisition of new modern cased-hole logs in TSB-1. Mira will immediately commence production testing of the first zone which had previously sampled high quality, low-GOR oil, at Tom Shot Bank Field ("TSB Field"). The first test will be in the U7 reservoir, which based on the newly acquired logs is believed to be substantially thicker than previously interpreted. Based on the new interpretation, the U7 is an apparent 246-foot gross oil-bearing reservoir from an interval of 6,534 to 6,780 feet measured depth. Thomas Cavanagh, President Mira Resources, stated, "After several months of delays, due to the rig's delayed arrival, we are pleased to announce that we have successfully re-entered and acquired all the planned new logs in the Tom Shot Bank 1 well. We have confirmation that the well is in excellent condition and we have had no problems in acquiring the new logs. We are now initiating the critical phase of production testing and intend to test multiple reservoirs that were previously identified by Shell as hydrocarbon bearing. Initial interpretation of the cased-hole logs implies that the U7 contains 246 gross feet of hydrocarbon bearing reservoirs. In order to maximize our understanding of the production potential of this reservoir, we will commence with testing the lower portion of the U7 across a 130-foot interval, followed by the upper zone across a 60-foot interval. The 2010 NSAI Resources Assessment of Tom Shot Bank 1 that were used for filing Mira's 51-101 Report used a gross interval of 60 feet in the U7 to generate the contingent resources. We are very encouraged that the new logs suggest the U7 is substantially thicker. In addition to the U7, we have interpreted an additional 90 gross feet of hydrocarbon bearing reservoirs in the U8 from which Shell sampled oil in 1980. The U8 was not included in Mira's 51-101 Report. Mira has decided not to test the U8 reservoir in this well due to it being behind two separate casing strings, which Schlumberger advised would be very challenging to successfully perforate. Both the U8 and the U9 reservoirs were wire-line tested as oil bearing by Shell in 1980. The U8 and U9 reservoirs will be assessed in detail and tested when Mira drills TSB-3. The U9 reservoir was evaluated and also shows significantly increased reservoir thickness and much better porosity than initially believed. The U9 is believed to be made up of highly laminated sands. The cased-hole log evaluation of this interval was inconclusive regarding the reservoir fluid, even though Shell sampled oil in this reservoir in 1980. Mira has elected to defer the test in this reservoir until Mira drills TSB-3, as open-hole logs will conclusively determine the reservoir fluid and composition. In addition, Mira has also determined a deeper reservoir, the U9.5, to have a 175-foot gross reservoir interval with a similar log response to the U9. Mira will be able to conclusively evaluate both the U9 and U9.5 when Mira drills TSB-3. Mira has not yet received the final processed logs of the U4 reservoir but anticipate Schlumberger to provide these imminently. The results to-date of the re-evaluation have exceeded our expectations and we hope to confirm the results of the U7 test during the course of next week." TSB Field is located within Oil Prospecting License 276 ("OPL 276") which is adjacent to the Abana Field in Oil Mining License 114 and due north of Addax Petroleum Corp. in Oil Mining License 123 ("OML 123"). Addax Petroleum Corp. is producing almost 50,000 BOPD from multiple fields within OML 123. TSB Field was discovered by Shell Petroleum in 1980 and encountered 425 Gross Feet of hydrocarbon pay, 57 net feet of gas and 83 net feet of oil proven pay with another possible 111 net feet of oil and 29 net feet of gas pay in reservoirs which Shell Petroleum interpreted as probable laminated reservoirs. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD Thomas Cavanagh, President and Director
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
13:57
Anyone know how to do the charts. When I click on the MRP symbol above it takes me to London listed Meridian Pet.. Please help
the marlboro man
19/11/2011
13:51
Mira Resources Corp is a Canadian-based independent oil & gas company focused on West African proven energy plays in countries ranging from Ghana to Angola. • Focused on discovered Reserves and Contingent Resources with significant exploration upside wherenew technology has suggested additional potential• Mira's first acquisition is the Tom Shot Bank Field - shallow offshore Eastern Nigeria• Additional fields in the Niger Delta are highlighted and are in discussion• Currently preparing and positioned for a possible 2011 Nigerian Marginal Field Bid Round• Continued discussion with GNPC on shallow water Tano Basin block in Ghana• Top quality management team with IOC, NOC, Nigerian and JV experience• Core operations team is from major independents with recent Nigerian experience• Extensive regional seismic, geologic, engineering and well data bases• Partnerships and relationships with local and international operational and engineering consulting firms will facilitate expeditious monetization of assets.(skip to posts)ChartsLong Term ChartTSX Price6 Month Chart with VolumeCompany Websitehttp://www.miraresourcescorp.com/
the marlboro man
08/12/2010
13:06
and how are things a year down the road?
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