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Mut Fed Ins Nm LSE:2007 London Ordinary Share ZAE000010823 MUT AND FED INSURE NM
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03/6/2007
20:50
TOM Howard Crosby, CEO of TomCo commented: 'The acquisitions of these leases are further examples of our unfolding strategy and come through our contacts built up during our tenure at another US listed oil exploration and production company. We are looking at a large number of opportunities and we look forward to further announcements in the near term.' gregord - 27 May'07 - 09:53 - 4855 of 4883 You don't need to read between the lines, it's there in black and white! "unfolding strategy" "a large number of opportunities" "further announcements in the near term" Very exciting. Getting very tempted to join in at the next Cadence Resources namely TomCo Energy.... Reckon that as soon as the 4p to 5p consolidation range is done with TOM will hit 10p in double quick time....
thetworonnies
28/5/2007
12:57
Is it correct that shares are 'ISA'ble' if dual listed, In which case check out KLG, big partner, high potential, keeps 33% if progresses to mining (partner will fund them if necessary), partner says watch out for red hot targets, drilling underway
jimbobgr
28/5/2007
12:18
You don't need to read between the lines, it's there in black and white! "unfolding stRAtegy" "a large nuMber of oPportunities" "further announcements in the near term" ....so it is.....;-)
emptyend
25/5/2007
21:23
BPRG ... DYOF(eckin)R....;-)
chay01
25/5/2007
21:16
There must be one or two lurking out there. Which small/micro cap company will make it big in 2007. I've only just seen this thread. But this one is well worth a look.....check out the newsflow indicated in the results today: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=1149145 Warning though.....they are EXTREMELY difficult to buy. ee
emptyend
25/5/2007
08:58
Glad to have been of assistance.
the big fella
25/5/2007
08:48
Big fella, I took your advice and am very pleased thank you very much. Keep up the research on your thread much appreciated. FWIW IIR results are out in the next couple of weeks & worth keeping an eye out for, they are then exhibiting at the GCI Show the following week as part of their investor relations push. Cheers
james 2
25/5/2007
08:41
Eyeconomy on PLUS is now officially a 10 bagger since I bought at 4.5p last nov. Online bid now 45.2p. I hope a few took my advice earlier in this thread. I had a beer with the Chairman yesterday and he clearly thinks there is more to come as he bought more shares yesterday. His target is a minimum of a pound but highly likey this will go much higher.
the big fella
24/5/2007
20:01
AIM LISTED TOMCO ENERGY/TOM Take a look Norway3 at an earlier post from Skiboy10 on the subject of potential news flow from TOM over the coming weeks.... Skiboy10 - 24 May'07 - 09:49 - 4644 of 4704 Hi mclellan - good to see you here :o) I think Roberto summed it up quite well when he said he heard a rumour from across the pond that 4-6 bits of news could be released by the end of June. There is certainly plenty to be updating the market with and of course we may hear about the ADR programme in the US that was mentioned in Dublin and also in the Daily Mail a couple of weeks ago. Possible updates Flusche well update 5 well programme in Tennessee Rock Crossing prospect update ADRs New deals?
roberto dimatteo
24/5/2007
19:45
FYI Master RSI found this on one of the [ADVFN] IPO threads. It would appear that CHINA focused cash shell PHOENICIAN CORPORATION III is listing on PLUS Markets tomorrow morning although no one seems to know the ticker yet! Looks interesting as does the fact that two TomCo Energy / TOM directors sit on the board namely John May and Gerard Thompson. PHOENICIAN CORPORATION III The Company proposes to invest in Chinese companies in the manufacturing sector which have products with international applications by acquisition of all or part and will also consider acquiring all or part of companies foreign to China which carry on the bulk or a significant amount of their manufacturing business in China and serve international markets. The Directors intend to utilise their worldwide and Chinese contacts in industry to identify and actively pursue commercial acquisition opportunities with a view to consolidation of manufacturing companies to create an aggressive established group. They consider that this strategy may potentially derive superior market multiples and investor returns. The Directors have collectively a successful track record of completing medium and large scale transactions and acquisitions and achieving internal growth. The Directors consider their combined experience both in achieving internal growth and within the manufacturing sector, and their extensive knowledge of international business including activities in the US, Europe and other parts of the Far East, together with their familiarity with Chinese and general commerce are important assets that will assist the Company to implement its business strategies and pursuing its growth strategies. DIRECTORS John May FCA Mr. May is currently a Director of AIM listed Netcentric Systems Plc, AIM listed Platinum Diversified Mining and Nasdaq listed Avatar Systems Inc. Mr May is also Chairman of CISX listed company Southbank UK Plc. Its subsidiary Hayward Tyler has manufacturing and service facilities located in China, and includes The Shanghai Boiler Company amongst its customers. He was previously Finance Director of AIM listed London & Boston Investments and a Non-Executive Director of AIM listed Croma Group Plc Mr. May focuses on advising companies on finance raising, mergers and acquisitions, business strategies and entry onto the PLUS and AIM markets. He was previously a Senior Partner at Horwath Clark Whitehill, a UK Accountancy firm, for 17 years, including 8 years on the Managing Board. Mr. May is the Policy Director and Deputy Chairman of the Small Business Bureau Limited and Deputy Chairman of the Genesis Initiative, which are lobbying groups to Government on behalf of small businesses. He is regularly involved in presenting UK small and medium enterprises to Chinese delegates in the Houses of Parliament. He is also a Conservative Borough Councilor. Mr. May qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1974 having previously gained his DIA at the University of Bath Management School in 1970 and his BA from the University of London in 1969. Gerard Thompson A Yale University graduate with post graduate training at Johns Hopkins University, the University of Miami and the Open University, Mr. Thompson's early career was in investment banking, marketing, new business development and corporate finance. A former public company chairman, currently, he is a director of two public companies trading on AIM (of the London Stock Exchange), two U.K. private companies and a partner in a financial consultancy. Mr. Thompson has over twenty years of banking experience working with leading investment banks including Merrill Lynch and American International Group ("AIG") in the Caribbean, Spain, France and the U.K. as well as fifteen years experience with both private and public companies as a director and a senior level manager. In particular during his time at AIG, Mr Thompson was involved in the formation of the first foreign consortium to build a new commercial infrastructure in Shanghai. As a financial consultant, he has spearheaded IPO's, refinancings and turn-arounds, as well as advising Canadian companies on expansion in China. Mr. Thompson is active in promoting small and medium sized business causes through legislative changes, is a member of the Genesis Patrons Group, advising Parliament on small business needs. He is an independent, qualified and accredited mediator, is conversant in French and Spanish and is married with two children.
roberto dimatteo
23/5/2007
06:30
23.05.2007 HAWK Nighthawk Energy Set To Step On The Gas In Utah As The BLM Okays Pipeline Tap Nighthawk Energy is set to take its Cisco Springs project in Utah to the next stage with the installation of a pipeline tap and new gathering and compression facilities. The key to this construction project was gaining approval from the US Bureau of Land Management: after extensive environmental surveys this has now been secured and, according to Nighthawk's managing director David Bramhill, "it is all systems go". This is a significant step forward for AIM-quoted Nighthawk, which has a 37.5 per cent interest in the project along with operator Running Foxes Petroleum, a privately-owned Denver company. Until now the two companies have been piping their gas into the main Northwest Pipeline via a third party-owned pipeline, which charges a fee and has limited capacity of 1 million cubic feet per day. Now the partners plan to install their own eight-inch pipeline and tap, linking directly into the Northwest Pipeline, and build their own gas gathering, refrigeration and compression facilities. This will boost offtake capacity to 8 million cf/d and improve project economics by eliminating the third party pipeline tariff. This is likely to represent a significant uplift in project revenues. When TSX-listed Admiral Bay, for example, installed its own pipeline tap on the Shiloh coal bed methane project in Kansas, giving it direct access to a high pressure 400 million cf/d gas line linking up to gas-hungry markets in the east, the company saw an immediate jump in volumes and began to receive full price for its gas, almost a third more per thousand cubic feet. The pipeline tap will also give Nighthawk and Running Foxes a competitive edge in the area: other companies that buy up land will either have to partner with them and pay tariffs to access the pipeline or will have to invest heavily to build their own infrastructure. This is important because much of the project upside depends on the companies acquiring additional lands. Already the land held has increased from 8,000 acres at the time of Nighthawk's March 2007 IPO to 17,000 acres and the partners hope to add to this portfolio in a BLM land auction, to be held in August. "These properties are just littered with old wells," said Bramhill. "In the old days people were drilling for oil and they just abandoned the wells when they found gas because there was no pipeline and no sales outlet for gas." This well density means that new land acquisition adds to reserves numbers. When Nighthawk joined AIM earlier this year, Oilfield Production Consultants Limited credited the project with P90 gas reserves of 74.9 bcf, P50 of 94.2 bcf and P10 of 116.2. There is also some associated oil, with the estimated reserves ranging from a P90 number of 300,000 barrels to a P10 number of 1.1 million barrels. At the moment 18 wells are producing 700,000 cubic feet of gas per day (260,000 cf/d net to Nighthawk) plus some ancillary oil production. There is plenty of scope to increase those volumes and a continuous drilling programme is underway, with 60 wells planned on the acreage over the next two years. These wells take around ten days to drill and complete at a cost of US$140,000 each. At the moment the partners are clocking up a success rate of 75-80 per cent and, if all goes well, payback per well is within three months. "The nice thing about this project is that there are lots of geological horizons, with about eight or nine geological sequences in each well, so if you don't hit one you have every chance of hitting again," Bramhill told oilbarrel.com. "Some wells are finding five producing horizons, which is excellent news for us." It adds up to a very nice little project, with low geological and political risk and plenty of upside. As long as the partners have the resources to keep drilling and deliver the infrastructure improvements, this is a very nice business to be in. Clicky
roberto dimatteo
22/5/2007
21:35
"Rumours emanating from the financial pages mel suggest that the CEO of AIM listed TomCo Energy [TOM] Howard Crosby is on his way to London with the first of 4 to 6 RNS's that will hit the market by the end of June. Target share price = 10p!"
roberto dimatteo
16/5/2007
09:47
Keep an eye on Lupus Capital [LUP] as the AGM is being held today at 2.30 p.m. with market whispers of a very positive update!
roberto dimatteo
14/5/2007
13:25
IFL not too bad :~) still holding NTA, cheers tora !
gardenboy
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