Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Echo Energy LSE:ECHO London Ordinary Share GB00BF0YPG76 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.35p -2.43% 14.05p 14.00p 14.10p 14.40p 14.05p 14.40p 896,439 14:10:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -7.4 -2.7 - 66.73

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2018
09:37
LOL Lucky - Try a bit harder...
paradores
15/8/2018
17:56
If formation damage can be caused by inappropriate drilling then i am concerned about the other 3 wells that also have to be flow tested. Its amazing how quiet Fiona and Julian have gone. They must be pulling their hair out at the moment.
luckyman3
15/8/2018
17:09
Molino Sur (EMS) was a slow, deliberate drill and CGC deepened three times into the Tobifera. I don't think we're comparing apples here (with ELM). There's an awful lot more to look at down EMS well for sure. So to safe-guard the Springhill and exploit the Tobifera. Could be worth a couple of Schlumberger specialists on site - I wonder..?
knackers
15/8/2018
15:30
Formation damage can be caused by inappropriate drilling. Making the point there are lots of reasons and I hope we have the skills necessary by the time we come to Molino Sur.
ziblot
15/8/2018
14:03
some detail on the timeline for the frac job and mobilisation of the rig to the fraction D location would be nice. I would have thought it should be on the move by the end of this week, if not already.
sporazene2
15/8/2018
13:37
I would have thought remedial repair possible(..?) that said sounds like they want to stimulate that 8m interval for starters and see how things go.
knackers
14/8/2018
17:01
Most commonly caused by wellbore fluids during drilling, completion and workover ops clogging near wellbore permeability.
steelwatch
14/8/2018
16:38
Steelwatch: Nobody knows how the "formation damage?" was caused. There are many possibles.
ziblot
14/8/2018
10:00
jh - not specifically, but it will depend on the individual outcomes of each future well. It will be a case of trying to avoid similar problems, i.e. formation damage (clogging of near wellbore porosity) and/or poor cement job (maybe). I wouldn't rule out acidisation specifically. https://petrowiki.org/Formation_damage
steelwatch
14/8/2018
09:01
Thanks Steelwatch, in your opinion is this something that shouldnt be replicated in the next well ????
john henry
14/8/2018
08:58
JH - during the attempts to flowtest using the workover rig.
steelwatch
14/8/2018
01:33
Excuse my ignorance Steelwatch, but when would Echo have performed the acid stimulation. Thanks
john henry
13/8/2018
17:04
ziblot - the problem is "likely due to breakdown of cement behind the production casing during an acid stimulation designed to remove drilling formation damage", rather than with the steel casing. This may, or may not, be possible to remediate with a high pressure cement squeeze job. As things stand, they have managed to isolate the water below the top 8 metres and are considering whether it is worth hydraulically stimulating (fraccing) that zone. Whatever the outcome, they will have learned lessons for future drilling.
steelwatch
13/8/2018
16:53
hTtps://www.malcysblog.com/2018/08/oil-price-echo-energy-president-energy-sound-energy-zenith-energy-reabold-resources-united-oil-gas-and-finally/;
ziblot
13/8/2018
15:43
If folk had done a modicum of research it would be clear ;o) Further, they expected to stimulate these wells, common practice in the Austral basin. I wonder if the damaged well casing can be re-set an allow the livelier zone of additional pay to be opened up? Thoughts on that anyone?
knackers
13/8/2018
09:42
The Tobífera is not your average 'run of the mill' reservoir. I thought that was clear to all.
ride daice
13/8/2018
09:25
I just hope that ECHO are not going to do a PANR ! It's no good having potental oil/gas in the ground IF you cannot get it out of the ground. This was supposed to be an easy 'run of the mill' well to test and get into production. IF they cannot be successful in getting these type of wells online how are they going to get the deeper exploratory type wells to succeed! Does Not inspire confidence ! Pressure is now on them getting the next one right. Otherwise we are all Knackered .
red rook
13/8/2018
08:37
Whilst a disappointing outcome far from a disaster. Still promising and if one of the four was to be less than stellar, I'd rather it 1004 ;o) Plenty still to go after.
knackers
13/8/2018
08:18
FFS, just when you thought it was safe to swin in the water, and that you were safe in their hands. Just when you had started to uncup your hands from around your scrotum for protection, you get kicked in the goolies! Come on Fiona, squeeze into your tight leathers, put on your high heel pumps, oil that whip and start cracking those Argies ! WTF was the COO doing ? Fiddling with his pencil !
red rook
13/8/2018
07:06
1004 not so good then guys. They havent given it up but it doesnt look promising long term.
coldspring
10/8/2018
13:46
i did and they were all marked as sells. Plus it was pretty likely that there wasnt going to be any news this week
sporazene2
10/8/2018
13:14
Peeps had every opportunity to load up on that expectation Wednesday & Thursday but chosen not to(?)
knackers
10/8/2018
12:42
Technicals showing support @ 50 EMA next leg up ??
john henry
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