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|Andy Shuell has been posting valuable info on here for weeks, look back through his posts but what is to stop you finding out for yourself no one can answer every single question so chill out|
|Read back for my posts. It is as much news as I can find and I always share. No need for the sarcasm. If it is Vaca Muerta to Nequen, then 26 hours away. Have a good day.|
It was a simple question, if you know the answer why not share it?
If you don't, just admit it, nobody will think any the worse of you for it.
I always share information if I know the answer to a question, I thought BB's were for discussion and sharing information?|
|Andy, I have been posting news on here re Andes. Always best to do your own research. Easy to find on the web.|
|Roaring away now.|
Yes, I had hoped that at least someone here would have researched the company and its projects a bit, particularly as it's currently doing well.|
|Yeah heartbroken oh but the share price went up 8.8% so life goes on|
|So nobody knows the distance then?
|Very interesting 40p has been the resistance twice so a close above that could be a serious breakout|
|Close to breakout|
|Does anyone know how far their facility is from Neuquen?|
|Seems to be under the radar at the moment but that could soon change|
|Things happening now at Vaca Muerta. Even the unions are seeing sense. It's all heading in the right direction. 50p+ by mid year, easy|
|Shuell good find could generate some interest here let us see|
|Schlumberger agrees to $390M Vaca Muerta deal, YPF says
Apr. 12, 2017 2:25 PM ET|About: YPF Sociedad Anonima (YPF)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor
Argentina's YPF (YPF +1.1%) says it reached agreement with Schlumberger (SLB -0.1%) for a $390M investment in the Vaca Muerta shale field.
In a letter to the Buenos Aires stock exchange, YPF says SLB would invest the full amount and obtain a 49% stake in the Bandurria Sur concession, where the two companies would develop a two-phase shale oil pilot project.
SLB is the largest energy company - including BP, Total and Shell - to invest in pilot projects at Vaca Muerta, which contains the world's second largest reserves of shale gas.|
|Added a few today could become a big player in Argentina, let us see what tomoz brings|
|I have sold my remaining small Holding.
I can just about convince myself that I understand Argentine oil industry but no way can I understand the shareholder dynamics here. May come back if the so falls-it is so unpredictable- and all best to those who remain.|
|YPF and partners to make joint $500M investment in Vaca Muerta
Mar. 30, 2017 3:27 PM ET|About: YPF Sociedad Anonima (YPF)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor
Argentina's state-run oil company YPF (YPF +1.4%) says it, along with its partners, will make a joint $500M investment in the giant but largely untapped Vaca Muerta shale gas formation.
YPF and partners Total Austral (TOT +0.3%) and BP (BP +0.3%) unit Pan American Energy already were operating in the Aguada Pichana area and are now asking regulators to split it in two, with TOT in charge of the eastern area and Pan American heading the western section.
Argentina's government is trying to encourage investment in Vaca Muerta; Tecpetrol said last week it would invest $2.3B in the area through 2019, the largest oil and gas announcement in Argentina in years.|
|Well looks positive to me $60 mil they must be confident also an existing shareholder|
|Difficult for me to know what to make of this.
Mercuria have 8% of the shares and put their man in charge and have given AEN financing that looks and feels very expensive-when one shareholder gives financing of this type you often get some comment from independent directors saying it is market rate-and indeed it may well be market rate.
Remember AEN already suffering from high finance costs: in H1 16 finance coasts net of income were only just shy of gross profit.
Never come across Mercuria before and had a quick look at their website and very impressive growth since their 2004 founding.|
|On the move again today|
|Yes the action started at 1pm both ways today|
A reminder the action on AEN starts usually at about 1.00pm -1.30PM. Forget about early morning trade. Mostly SETS.|