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23/7/2017
22:26
Twitter going crazy for NUOG this weekend. Can see 2p+ tomm
timw3
23/7/2017
13:55
KOD rayg422 Jul '17 - 10:50 - 3357 of 3361 4 0 The Times article here if you don't subscribe. It's probably due to an inspired and well timed piece of PR from Angel, ahead of the SC investment news (and a JORC, with any luck). Until the 1970s, there was limited demand for lithium, the lightest metal. It is used in industrial applications such as ceramics and glass and metallurgy. It is a treatment for mental conditions, such as bipolar disorder. It is a component of nuclear bombs. Generally, though, in areas such as Cornwall, where lithium seeps out of the ground, it was overlooked for centuries, miners concentating on more valuable metals such as tin. All that changed with the development of the lithium-ion battery, first used in home electronics and now in demand for electric cars. As manufacturers such as Volvo look to phase out the internal combustion engine and Tesla, the Palo Alto carmaker, prepares to roll out its Model 3, the first car to be squarely aimed at the mass market, demand for lithium-ion batteries can only grow, presumably peaking at the time when the internal combustion engine is consigned to history and every vehicle is electric. Some have wondered whether the planet can produce enough of the metal to keep up with that demand from the automotive industry and whether Tesla and the others are producing cars that eventually will contain no batteries — it plans to make half a million cars next year. The miners, including four tiddlers quoted on the London Stock Exchange, are scrambling to find new sources and ramp up production. As share price Angel, the broker specialising in mining stocks, said in a note this week: “The race is on for miners to secure their place within the lithium supply chain while lithium processors appear fairly desperate for feedstock at the right quality and the right price.” John Meyer, an analyst at the broker, plays down fears that we may run out of the metal. “There’s more than enough lithium in the world. It’s getting the whole supply chain up and running. It’s getting enough mines into production.” The global industry is dominated by an oligopoly of big players who will strive to keep their stranglehold intact. They include the New York-quoted Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile, operating in a country where plentiful supplies of lithium are produced, and another two NYSE companies, Albemarle and FMC. The three are reckoned to account for about half the whole market. For anyone who wants to invest in a lithium boom, the shares are easily traded and can be bought via the usual dealers here. Two other big operators are Chinese. China is central to the lithium story, Mr Meyer says, because that is where the action is. Processors who refine the metal into the form used in batteries are desperately sourcing new supplies. One Singaporean business that supplies the Chinese chemicals industry and the lithium processors, in particular, is taking a 19.99 per cent stake in one of those four companies on London’s Alternative Investment Market, Kodal Minerals. This is seeking to produce lithium in Mali, western Africa, with first production expected within a couple of years. A second, Bacanora Minerals, is seeking to develop its Sonora project in Mexico. A feasibility study is expected by the end of the year. If the project gets the go-ahead, first production could start in 2019. The third is Savannah Resources, which this month has raised £1.3 million and is developing newly acquired assets in Portugal. Last comes Cadence Minerals. This, the renamed Rare Earth Minerals, adopts a more portfolio approach, taking stakes in mainly lithium mining projects and companies in areas such as Australia, Mexico, Namibia and the Czech Republic, and has more than £40 million invested so far. “I think companies like Kodal and Savannah and Bacanora are the way forward,” Mr Meyer says, “but there’s risk associated with it.” And how. The fledgling lithium mining industry makes those wildcat oil and gas explorers that have made and lost investors’ fortunes over the years look like a sure thing. The upside is that if they become too successful, one of those big players will roll over and buy them.
cpap man
23/7/2017
13:45
ANGS lithological heterogeneities22 Jul '17 - 18:57 - 354 of 360 5 0 ANGUS ENERGY v UKOG - A COMPARISON (author "holyroller") Date:19 Jul 2017 Format:PDF (13 page) HTtp://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php?file_id=59654500322979138018&t=5965450032297913801830753 A poster called "holyroller" on the other BB has produced his own superb PDF (see above) for a comparison of ANGS v UKOG: This is a MUST read for all ANGS shareholders,both existing and new. Many thanks again to "holyroller". That's an awful lot of work you have put into that. Hugely appreciated. lithological heterogeneities22 Jul '17 - 19:10 - 355 of 360 3 0 Also, "holyroller" has transcribed the 12 Jul 2017 investor call and posted it. A huge thanks,again,to "holyroller". Great work. see next post lithological heterogeneities22 Jul '17 - 19:13 - 356 of 360 3 0 12 Jul 2017 investor call - transcript (author: "holyroller") 1. Does the company have any plans to issue dividends? a. We are currently delivering on growth but our assets do lend themselves to paying dividends in the future. However for this fiscal year we are focusing on drilling wells and putting them into production. 2. What would you consider to be a successful initial production at Brockham before decline rates are taken into account? a. We are not doing a 90 day extended well test, we are going into a production test immediately. As part of that production test we have quite a well defined comprehensive programme for the first year. Initially we are going to flow it as hard as we can to find out the pressure etc but the real focus is what sustains the long term production we can get from Brockham. We are not looking for massive headline figures. We are looking to flow at different rates over the year starting at whatever the reservoir engineer decides and then increasing, increasing increasing over the year. We are also going to be running production logging tools every month and assessing where we are getting the best production from the reservoir. Essentially we are doing this to find out where we can start developing the field to find out where we get best production and then we can put long horizontals into it. At this point I wouldn’t like to quantify the figures and give you any estimates until we’ve gone through this process – but we’re optimistic. 3. Could you explain what advantages a production license actually gives Angus? a. The key difference is that we can produce and get paid for it. In order to sell oil in the UK you need to have a production license from the OGA and most importantly you also need an Oil Production Number from HMRC and with these you can legally sell you oil. With a production license it takes a while to get it. Now we are going through this transformational phase potentially in the Weald we can sell the oil directly. Future growth will be funded via this cash flow. 4. Could you tell us the upgraded storage capacity of Brockham and Lidsey and have you given any thought to a possible pipeline? a. The storage facilities we have done major upgrades on site mostly involving the bunds, the membranes etc but the ability to ship oil is not an issue at Brockham, we don’t have any restriction on the number of trucks we can move in and out unlike what may have been speculated. When the site was first designed it was designed to take some very large tanks, BP had four 800 barrel tanks there initially so the bund can take what we need it to take, that’s not a problem. This year that we are doing the production test, we’re renting equipment initially, but it allows us to design fit for purpose gear for long term production at the site. We’re also exploring other options – we have trainlines nearby and pipelines in the area. We have to assess every option but the amount of oil we produce is not a problem in this ca... 5. How do you plan to grow the company going forward and where do you see Angus in 5 years time? a. We are very much focussed on our business plan and what we outlined to the market in terms of growth. We will be selective in choosing our new opportunities to create shareholder value. They must make sense and fit our strategy and they must be financially prudent. Since the original well test in 2016 at Horse Hill to where we are now with Brockham it’s really going through a transformational phase so in five years from now it’s too far to say at the moment but we will really continue to with our business plan having our focus on development and appraisal opportunities and getting the best value out of our existing assets. 6. Hypothetically, if the Holmwood drill later this year is successful would it be possible to drill past the license boundary and produce from that area? a. Technically there is no issue with doing that. With the technology we can drill up to 16,000 ft quite easily with what is called a step out. The license area is 10 x 10 so we can access any part of the Holmwood license from Brockham which effectively sits in the middle of the Holwood License so technically it is not an issue. When it comes to planning permissions and that sort of thing that has not even been looked at or assessed right now but from a technical point of view it’s a no brainer. 7. What is the maximum number of oil tankers allowed on the site per day for transportation of the oil to the refinery? a. We’ve got no restriction on trucking. We do have certain periods during the day where we don’t move – peak traffic times but we have no actual restricitons on the trucks. It is important for the local community right now and even with the palns we have if the Kimmerdige turns out to be as successful as we hope it will be our truckings using that area are less than is currently being used for milk trucks in that area so it is a very small proportion of that. More importantly, what we like about the Brockham site is that there is a railtrack next door on the land adjacent to our site so if you look at future development then that might be a very good export route to have as minimal an impact on the local community as possible. 8. Are the OGA waiting on a written statement from the SCC that you do not need planning? a. We can’t speak for the OGA but at this point we have not received anything official from Surrey County Council . We have received no legal letters, we have received no legal advise. It has been very clear from the beginning that all our planning permissions are in place and have been for years. It is simply a case of bad reporting. We’ve been very clear in our communications afterwards and this will be the last time we will be addressing this issue. We have recently put in for retrospective planning permission for the site fence and the toilets and things like that and people have said that this means we cannot go into production but these are completely unrelated items. Out permissions to produce oil from the Brockham site are fully in place and the only thing we are waiting for it the OGA approval for the FDP addendum. We have spent a lot of time and money upgrading these sites to handle increased production. These sites are 20-30 years old, they need a lot more work. You will not see naythign unless you are in the Brockham site. There are earth walls around it and trees 0 it is very much a low visual impact site – horizontally sitting tansk etc. Even the buildings we have replace everything is painted a green colour and nothing stands out. It was just upgrading things for the workforce: showers, toilets, welfare shacks all that sort of thing which definitely needed some upgrading. It is really low visual impact. 9. Does Angus believe that it has current planning permission for further boreholes/wells at the Brockham site? a. We only acquired the site back in 2012 and there is planning permission in place for a total of 6 wells. We currently have three boreholes to the surface and from these three boreholes we could sidetrack depending on the results of the production. Those six wells can all be developed in the future and if they are good and we don’t want to add more sites we want to achieve the maximum from the Brockham site then we can drill from there. The same as the North Sea, you have a small oil platform but you can access a wide and large area. They have a word for that, it’s called Octopus Drilling and we can deploy that at Brockham as well. 10. On the 3rd March RNS it was mentioned that further evaluation of the Corallian layer was being carried out. Has that evaluation been completed? a. No. we did a technical study into it. Yes, we had samples etc sent away for the Corallian and the Portland but we have put that to the side for now. The main reason being (and I am not trying to speculate on figures etc) but if you saw our initial document we have about 5 meters of pay in the Portland which is what we thought we were going to have. It’s a nice 100+ bopd well but when you have a 400m reservoir below you then our focus has somewhat shifted to the Kimmeridge and the 200 meters of naturally fracture formation there. All our focus right now is on the Kimmeridge. It does not mean that we have forgotten about the Portland or the Corallian at all but we will come back to those once we have assessed the Kimmeridge properly. The Portland is very capable of producing in my opinion and the Corallian would need more work but we are a small team and we are focusing on the Kimmeridge. Technically it is complicated to produce from different formations into one zone as we already want to produce from 200m in the Kimmeridge layer. We also have water in the Portland and other things and we don’t want to have cross-flow etc. 11. Can Angus Energy make an out of rounds application for the licences to the east of BB and to the south of HH and brockham which I believe to be closer to the centre of the Weald basin? a. I presume you are talking about the old PEDL243 which was relinquished. We would love to get those licenses and we are constantly looking at these things but at this point we ahev no plans to make any appplications. We always keep an eye out on that but it is important to note that it is not only the acreage position that is important but it is really important that you can access the acreage that you have control over so when we are assessing future growth we are looking at the acreage position but also, more importantly, where can you actually put drilling locations that are supported by the local community and that people can benefit from. You can’t just put them out willy nilly so that, for us, is more of a deciding factor than just the acreage position. 12. What are the Oil in Place Estimates at Brockham? a. For the Kimmeridge we will give you an answer within 3-6 months of production testing. We will have a far more accurate idea of what we have got then and we do not want to speculate until that point. But once we have done 3-4 PLTs and we know where it’s coming from and what we’ve got we can determine a good P2 figure then we can come up with a proper reliable estimate. The way the Society of Petroleum Engineers system works is that an independent auditor will come by and do the asessment with the information that we have gathered in this period. Just to point out we are not being negative, we just do not want to speculate – that’s all. 13. Can you explain what you are going to use the bind for? a. The bond occurred because our accountant pointed out that another company had issued a bind on NEXT and successfully raised funds on it on very agreeable terms for an oil and gas company. We had just done the AIM IPO so all of the documentation to do a listing was already in place so we could make a carbon copy of all that information and now we have in place in the bond. We haven’t even borrowed against it but it more like a facility to us. As soon as we get close to production then we can start using the bond and what we will use this for is for future growth opportunities on a balanced approach that the board and the Nomad are all involved with so we have a balanced approached to increasing shareholder value without shareholder dilution. 14. Given that a number of companies are drilling in the Weald Basin how much information, if any, is shared between the companies? a. We have a very good relationship and are partnered with other companies in the Welad basin and we currently have two information sharing agreements at this point. We are looking at everybody elses’ and they are looking at ours and trying to find a joint strategy. We are really opening a play her. Historically when people found an oil find they were usually structural traps so people were really defensive. But in this case we are all drilling into the same formation that could potentially be transformational for the UK and for income for the UK after Brexit. So we are all in an exciting phase in opening a new play so it makes much more sense for people to share more information than the industry is used to. 15. Do you intend to have further presentations after the current work programme is complete to highlight plans for 2018 & beyond? a. Yes, we think that communication with shareholders is one of the key things for being a public company. As we have always said we take a measured approach to our operational plan but we continue to include our investors and our shareholders and wider stakeholders about what we plan to do and how we plan to execute that. 16. How long does it take to convert an exploration license to a development and production license through a Fields Development Plan? a. You have quite a few stages to go through. You have an appraisal stage and a development stage. Once you have done a well test of some description on a well you have just drilled then you may have local permissions you need to acquire. You may need to submit for new planning on a production basis from the local authority. You also have to submit a Field Development Plan to the OGA who can then go through it as long as they need to go through it. But the two main challenges that you have are you local planning authority and making sure that the OGA consents to your FDP. Timescales can vary massively dependent on what permissions you have in place when you first drilled the well. So if you drill a well with local authourity permission for one appraisal well and after that you have to restore or something like that then you could be looking at years. If you have everything else in place then you could be looking at a year. It’s how long is a piece of string and it is quite hard to speculate on that. We’ve only got one exploration license by the way which is Holmwood. 17. What sort of impact will the Lidsey production have on cashflow? a. The Lidsey well that we look forward to drilling shortly. We have a 50% economic interest in that well and that well has been assessed by a variety of independent reserve auditors . It is a development well so there is no exploration risk; we are just increasing the production from a reservoir that we have been producing from for years. It is expected to bring in a healthy 400 barrels per day with an estimated opex of $14 per barrel. So you can do a back of the envelope calculation by taking the Brent price (with a small discount) subtracting the opex and that will be the cashflow to the company. If Lidsey comes in as we expect it will then it will make the company completely self funded for the next couple of years. All of the overheads, salaries and business development will be funded by this well and this well alone – purely from the Oolite. 18. What size choke will you be using on the brockham well? a. The choke is a standard choke but we will have various apertures while we do the test. I’m not too sure what the reservoir engineer planning to start it out with but we will probably go through a total of 12 choke settings through the entire production test to see what works best but we won’t be limited to a fixed choke it will be a variable choke through the entire production test.
cpap man
21/7/2017
13:48
WRES looking rather interesting again....
cpap man
21/7/2017
13:10
TSXV:QBA & NEX:AFRI LGC Capital Cannabis Partnership Makes First Payment Under Agreements To Acquire 60% Interest In South Africa's House Of Hemp Canada NewsWire MONTREAL and South Africa, July 20, 2017 MONTREAL and South Africa, July 20, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - LGC Capital Ltd. (TSXV: QBA) ("LGC" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the first payment has been made by the Company and its JV Partner, AfriAg (Pty) Ltd, to the House of Hemp (Pty) Ltd, under the agreement previously announced on July 18th 2017 to acquire a 60% beneficial interest in the House of Hemp. Logo: LGC Capital Ltd (CNW Group/LGC Capital Ltd) The House of Hemp is South Africa's one-stop authority on all things hemp and cannabis. Based in Block D of the Dube TradePort's Agrizone Complex at Durban's King Shaka International Airport, which features 40,000 m2 of secure, temperature-regulated and humidity-controlled greenhouse under glass, with refrigerated pack houses, laboratories and offices. This complex regarded as the most eco-friendly and high-tech agricultural facility in Africa and is where House of Hemp is planning to ramp up Research & Development of high-CBD medicinal grade cannabis. Although medical cannabis is its newest and largest focus, House of Hemp started as an importer and reseller of hemp products, which remains a key element of its business: hempseed oil, hemp protein powder and de-hulled seeds. House of Hemp is now a member of the National Hemp Foundation (NHF) and has served as the convener of the NHF's Human Resource Development Group (in the first phase). House of Hemp is currently the coordinator of the NHF's Private Sector Working Group. Licensed in 2010, House of Hemp became the first private company to be awarded an exclusive permit from the Departments of Agriculture and Health to legally cultivate and process hemp in South Africa. Because House of Hemp wanted to reliably expand into the budding industrial market, the company sought an exclusive permit from the Departments of Agriculture and Health to not only import hemp, but also to legally cultivate and process it in South Africa. In 2010, the House of Hemp became the first private company to be awarded such a permit. As well as supplying hemp fibres and oils, the House of Hemp conducts research and supplies by-products like tow, biomass, dust and seedcake. These have enormous promise, as sustainable replacement materials for a variety of industries globally. In 2015, House of Hemp partnered with the South African Department of Agriculture & Health. Other key Partnerships established in the same year include the University of the Free State, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), the Agricultural Research Institute (ARC); the National Agriculture Marketing Council (NAMC); it is owing to these key partnerships that House of Hemp was able to begin conducting research into medical cannabis. About LGC Capital LGC Capital Ltd. is a Canadian incorporated public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV: QBA). LGC Capital's objective is to become a diversified business group with core business divisions that provide shareholders with exposure to a diverse range of businesses, products and services, many of which have some exposure to high growth Cuban business opportunities and some that have no exposure to Cuba at all. LGC Capital now plans to enter into the agricultural space in southern Africa through its new joint venture with AfriAg. About AfriAg AfriAg (Pty) Ltd is a global agriculture and agri-logistics specialist, and provides crop growing and logistics solutions, food marketing and bespoke distribution services, by road, air and sea, to many major food retailing and wholesale corporations around the world. AfriAg (Pty) Ltd is 40% owned by London listed AfriAg Global PLC.
cpap man
21/7/2017
11:57
KOD MrKeysersoze21 Jul '17 - 11:53 - 3342 of 3342 1 0 I doubt there is any leak.... Suay Chin have to complete their final investment for £1m by 31st July. Suay Chin subscribed to a £4.3m investment in Kodak at a premium at the time of 30% !!! Kodal Chairmain purchased £75k of stock. Maiden JORC report due anytime. Outstanding Lithium results reported to the market following each stage of drilling.... Take your pick of the above the market I believe is currently in a summer slumber !!! Mr K.
cpap man
21/7/2017
11:25
ALBA Up 48% now. Which in turn is good news for GUN
yawn1
21/7/2017
11:01
PHE will be share of the year and hardly any one even knows what they do But in time the world will know that a British company can help solve the worlds issues with waste and turn it in to green energy in particular produce Hydrogen for the growing hydrogen economy which is the future !!It will be huge and MM are short of stock imho I bet you all the day traders will be talking about PHE in the next couple of weeks Gla
warwick69
21/7/2017
10:08
KOD bless you O T for letting us all know!
cpap man
21/7/2017
09:57
KOD on the move!!!
on target
21/7/2017
09:28
PHE demand building buyers had to pay over offer for stock ??
warwick69
21/7/2017
09:25
LEG This is just the start for LEG now that the major seller[s] have been cleared out....with the MEGA push into the USA it will not be too long before a NASDAQ listing and a LEG share price of 1p+
cpap man
21/7/2017
09:10
LEG & ALBA Both up over another 20% today.
yawn1
21/7/2017
09:09
INFT Could be due a run soon in hopes of a deal. Directors paid well over today's price.
yawn1
21/7/2017
09:00
UK Oil & Gas Investments (UKOG.L, 4.95p) - Speculative Buy UKOG published an update from its 100% owned 300km2 Broadford Bridge licence where it has been drilling BB-1. The update details very positive results of electric and image logging by Shlumberger (which shows extensive fracturing and associated oil and wet gas shows) and the probable discovery of an additional reservoir zone - called KL0. The 5 fractured limestone horizons KL0 to KL04 now total 1200 feet of possible oil bearing zone. The casing is going in now, and a permitted flow test along a total of 900ft will begin shortly - probably within the next 2 weeks. Two quotes from the RNS are key: "Whilst there is always uncertainty in any new well and testing outcome, the technical results from BB-1 to date continue to remain both positive and most encouraging." "This Continuous Oil Deposit therefore likely underlies the entire PEDL234 licence and a significant area of the wider Weald Basin, including the Horse Hill-1 Kimmeridge oil discovery" Our View: This update is very positive and sets up nicely for the imminent flow test. Although the shares have gone from 1p to circa 5p, a positive flow test should provide further upside. The Weald Basin is developing into a huge oil discovery, potentially with the resource scale of a shale play, but without the need for fracking. We will learn more from the flow test, but it may also benefit from conventional type decline rates i.e slower than a typical US producing shale. Note that oil production in the Middle East is dominated by limestone reservoirs. The Weald Basin is excellent news for the UK. We have a Speculative Buy recommendation.
cpap man
21/7/2017
08:31
MNRG ticking up, News out this morning on Ground Exploration programme. on NEX Exchange - Paul Johnson's (MTR fame) - latest venture
kennyruss
21/7/2017
08:30
LEG Tick Tick
yawn1
21/7/2017
08:30
angs 5% cpap man 21 Jul '17 Remember that ANGS have still got an awful lot of catching up with UKOG in MKT CAP terms to still do....like some [MKT CAP] extra £100M+
andrbea
21/7/2017
08:12
FCR, also being bought.... Great outlook for zinc.... http://moneyweek.com/zinc-is-in-short-supply-its-time-to-buy/
nicosevos
21/7/2017
08:12
ALBA Continue their run. Good news for GUN
yawn1
21/7/2017
07:52
Powerhouse Energy (PHE) looks like it is about to deliver after years of development and could now leap from 0.9p to 5p very quickly.
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