Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oilexco LSE:OIL London Ordinary Share CA6779091033 COM SHS NPV (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.90p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 174.0 59.2 -18.1 - 15.44

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21/4/2017
18:19
screencast certificity.com and the laggards.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
18:16
images hosting certificity.com this week's leaders, both on drilling news.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
15:22
For any new readers........................... The bucket list, 2016 results. The final shake-up for the 2016 bucket list shows a very commendable result, of the 2016 squad of 14 the top three companies rose by over 400%, to get into the top 6 you needed to be up by 187% and only two stocks ended up down on the year. Indeed a difficult squad to get into and even the bottom 2 retain their places for this year. Ithaca Energy +525% Hurricane Energy +505% Sound Energy +425% Premier Oil +290% Tullow Oil +203% Faroe Petroleum +187% Cairn Energy +63% Bowleven +44% Amerisur +19% Parkmead +18% Victoria Oil and Gas +11% Pantheon Resources +2% Rockhopper Exploration -3% Far Limited -12% Malcy
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
13:24
Amerisur Resources Plenty of news around from AMER at the moment and it is good to see the share price at long last picking up, it has been unjustifiably low recently. The promised wells are now coming thick and fast and today they announce the spudding of Platanillo-21 on Pad 2N. This is a short deviation directional well aimed at the crest of the mapped structure aimed at getting better information about the structure in the northern part of the field. They will do logging while drilling and use wireline techniques and intend to acquire core data through the entire Villeta sequence. Expect the well to take around 27 days subject to data gathering and dry hole costs area modest $3m. Finally the company has announced that the AGM is to be held on 9th May, I might even make the trip this year… Malcy
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
13:02
Ithaca Energy Last week I had been planning to write another interim report on IAE but heard that it was all over bar the shouting so didn’t in the end. Today the company has announced that 70.3% of the non-Delek votes have accepted the offer. This reminds me of the Centrica offer for Venture Production where shareholders also sold the company down the river. Of course the VP directors stood and fought, unlike the IAE directors who have taken their 30 or so pieces of silver. Now don’t get me wrong, I have immense respect for Les Thomas and team which is why I have said that they should have stayed and taken the company to the next level and I do appreciate that they have to assess the risks involved in making that decision, I would at least like to see Les and team reappear with another ‘venture’;. Date extended to 3rd May, after which I will need a new bucket list participant, might even be a company run by someone who was on the board of Venture Malcy ............. that would be Trinity Exploration, will it be them or someone else ?
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
10:18
LONDON--Petro Matad Ltd. (MATD.LN) said Friday it received confirmation from the Mining Resources and Petroleum Authority of Mongolia (MRPAM) that it intends to extend the production sharing contract exploration periods for Blocks IV and V by 2 years to July 29, 2019. Petro Matad said the confirmation letter states that MRPAM sees no objections or issues in the extension and is currently undergoing the administrative process of the extension. Petro Matad said it believes the administrative process is in advances stages and expects the formal extension to be issued by MRPAM within the next month. The company said farmout and funding processes are ongoing and it continues to be in active discussion with a number of parties. Also Friday, the company said it remains on track to drill two exploration wells in 2017. Shares at 0820 GMT up 2 pence, or 6.5%, at 28 pence, valuing the company at GBP82.1 million.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
08:53
LONDON--Amerisur Resources PLC (AMER.LN), an oil and gas producer and explorer focused on South America, said Friday it has spudded well Platanillo-21 on Pad 2N with drilling rig Serinco D-10. "Platanillo-21 is a crestal well on the Pad 2N structure, designed to maximize production capacity and life and as the second well on this pad, to begin the construction of an optimal drainage system as performed on other development pads. This will help to maximize reserves recovery," Chief Executive Officer John Wardle said.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
08:52
LONDON--Amerisur Resources PLC (AMER.LN), an oil and gas producer and explorer focused on South America, said Friday it has spudded well Platanillo-21 on Pad 2N with drilling rig Serinco D-10. "Platanillo-21 is a crestal well on the Pad 2N structure, designed to maximize production capacity and life and as the second well on this pad, to begin the construction of an optimal drainage system as performed on other development pads. This will help to maximize reserves recovery," Chief Executive Officer John Wardle said.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
08:52
try hxxp://www.malcysblog.com/daily-blog/
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
08:14
Malcy, Do you have any thoughts on Anglo African Oil and Gas(AAOG)? They look to be an absolute steel @ 28p. TIA Ratty
gymratt
21/4/2017
08:06
Why the Market for Fossil Fuels Is All Burnt Out Here is an early section of this interesting article by Jillian Ambrose for The Telegraph: If Helm is to be believed the oil market downturn is only getting started. The latest collapse is the harbinger of a global energy revolution which could spell the end-game for fossil fuels. These theories were laughable less than a decade ago when oil prices grazed highs of more than $140 a barrel. But the burn out of the oil industry is approaching quicker than was first thought, and the most senior leaders within the industry are beginning to take note. In the past, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has faced down criticism that its global energy market forecasts have overestimated the role of oil and underplayed the boom in renewable energy sources. But last month the tone changed. The agency warned oil and gas companies that failing to adapt to the climate policy shift away from fossil fuels and towards cleaner energy would leave a total of $1 trillion in oil assets and $300bn in natural gas assets stranded. For oil companies who heed Helm’s advice, the route ahead is a ruthless harvest-and-exit strategy. This would mean an aggressive slashing of capital expenditure, pumping of remaining oil reserves while keeping costs to the floor and paying out very high dividends. “They’d never do it because no company board would contemplate running a smaller company tomorrow than today. It’s not in the zeitgeist of the corporate world we’re in, but that’s what they should do,” Helm says. BP and Royal Dutch Shell are slowly shifting from oil to gas and making even more tentative steps in the direction of low-carbon energy. But Helm is not entirely convinced that oil companies have grasped the speed with which the industry is undergoing irrevocable change. “As the oil price fell, at each point, oil executives said that the price would go back up again,” says Helm. “What the oil companies did was borrow to pay their dividends on the assumption that this is a temporary problem. It’s my view that it is permanent,” he adds. For a start, there is scant precedent for the price highs of recent decades. Between 1900 to the late Sixties oil prices fluctuated in a range between $15 a barrel to just above $30 a barrel – even through two world wars, population growth and a revolution in transport and industry. It was geopolitical events which caused oil prices to surge by more than $100 a barrel following the Middle East oil embargoes of the late sixties and early seventies. They collapsed back to $20 by the Eighties. So, what drove oil prices to the heady levels of $140 a barrel just less than 10 years ago? “China,” says Helm, barely missing a beat. “If you look at both the rapid growth in emissions and the rapid growth of oil, fossil fuel and all commodity prices, it was while China was doubling its economy every seven years. This is a phenomenal rate. David Fuller's view Oil prices spiked above $140 a barrel in 2008 because of supply reductions from OPEC countries, not least due to regional wars. This has never been fully recognised as a huge factor in what is generally remembered as the credit crisis recession which followed. In 2009 OPEC lowered production once again, leading to a move back above $120 a barrel two years later. By 2014 subsidised renewables were gradually eroding the market for crude oil. However, the really big change was the US development of fracking technology, leading to a surge in the production of crude oil and natural gas. We should always remember these two adages, particularly with commodities: 1) the cure for high prices is high prices. These lower demand somewhat but the bigger overall influence is an increase in supply. Conversely, the cure for low prices is low prices. Demand increases somewhat when prices are lower but more importantly, supply is eventually reduced. How have these adages influenced commodity prices in recent years and what can we expect over the lengthy medium term?
fangorn2
21/4/2017
07:58
LONDON--Oil and gas explorer Oilex Ltd. (QEX.LN) said Friday it has awarded two key contracts to Schlumberger and Baker Hughes as part of its 2017 work program at the Cambay PSC in India. Oilex said Schlumberger has been appointed to provide geomechanical, fluid sensitivity and proppant embedment testing on the Cambay-23z core along with their recommendations on future technical work. Baker Hughes has been appointed to provide detailed geomechanical modeling to assess and recommend optimized drilling and stimulation solutions to maximize production from the EP-IV reservoir, it said.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
07:54
Ithaca Energy Inc. Delek Takeover Offer - Tender Conditions Satisfied 21 April 2017 Ithaca Energy Inc. (TSX: IAE; LSE: IAE) ("Ithaca" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the conditions of the cash takeover offer for all the common shares of the Company not owned by Delek Group Ltd. ("Delek") or any of its affiliates for C$1.95 per share (the "Offer") have been satisfied and the Offer has been accepted by holders of approximately 70.3% of the issued and outstanding common shares, not including the common shares already owned by Delek or any of its affiliates prior to announcement of the Offer.
chart trader2000
21/4/2017
07:53
Ithaca Energy Inc. Delek Takeover Offer - Tender Conditions Satisfied 21 April 2017 Ithaca Energy Inc. (TSX: IAE; LSE: IAE) ("Ithaca" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the conditions of the cash takeover offer for all the common shares of the Company not owned by Delek Group Ltd. ("Delek") or any of its affiliates for C$1.95 per share (the "Offer") have been satisfied and the Offer has been accepted by holders of approximately 70.3% of the issued and outstanding common shares, not including the common shares already owned by Delek or any of its affiliates prior to announcement of the Offer.
chart trader2000
20/4/2017
08:47
LONDON--JKX Oil & Gas PLC (JKX.LN) said Thursday it has received a request from 27.5% shareholder Eclairs Group Ltd. seeking a resolution at the next annual general meeting to appoint Michael Bakunenko as a director of the company. JKX said shareholders should take no action at this time and it will provide a response to this request shortly. It will also incorporate the resolution into the annual general meeting notices at the appropriate time, the company said.
chart trader2000
20/4/2017
08:46
LONDON--Jersey Oil and Gas PLC (JOG.LN) said Thursday tight cost control has resulted in a narrowed pretax loss for 2016 and the company will continue to pursue its production asset acquisition strategy. For the year ended Dec. 31, 2016, the exploration company recorded a pretax loss of 793,439 pounds ($1.02 million), compared with a pretax loss of GBP1.4 million in the year ago period. Administrative costs fell to GBP1.2 million from GBP1.6 million.
chart trader2000
20/4/2017
08:46
-- Statoil has awarded a contract to Transocean Drilling UK Limited for the semisubmersible rig, Transocean Spitsbergen -- Azinor has stated its intention to drill an exploration well to test the Partridge prospect (previously named Homer) on Licence P.1989, Blocks 14/11, 12 &16 later this year -- BMO Capital Markets appointed as Joint Broker Outlook -- Exploration well to be drilled on Verbier prospect in Summer 2017 -- Discussions continue with a major bank and other funding partners, who remain keen to support JOG as possible providers of capital for acquired production assets -- The Group continues to work actively on several acquisition opportunities, with the aim of securing UK producing oil and gas assets JOG
chart trader2000
20/4/2017
08:16
LONDON--Anglo African Oil & Gas PLC (AAOG.LN) said Thursday it has agreed terms to contract the wireline and ancillary equipment for the workover that is intended to undertake the reperforation and acidisation of the R2 reservoir in well TLP-102. The independent oil and gas developer said the objective of the workover is to bring this well into production at a rate of up to 100 barrels of oil per day. The equipment is anticipated to arrive at the Tilapia field and start operations on May 8, the company said.
chart trader2000
19/4/2017
07:50
LONDON--President Energy PLC (PPC.LN) said Wednesday it bought additional incremental production at the Triche well at East Lake Verret in Louisiana for $2.3 million. The production amounts to 150 barrels of oil equivalent a day, the company said, adding the acquisition lifts its group production to 1,100 barrels of oil equivalent a day. The oil and gas company already had a 12% working interest in the well before the acquisition, it said.
chart trader2000
18/4/2017
12:48
FYI Saffron Energy. There's more to come... Gas that is! http://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2017/04/18/saffron-energy-theres-come-gas/ Good read this... Dan x
daniel levi bmd
18/4/2017
09:12
By Philip Waller LONDON--London-listed shares in SDX Energy Inc. (SDX.V) rose 12% Tuesday after the North Africa-focused oil and gas company said it had discovered gas in Egypt. SDX said it had found conventional natural gas bearing horizons in the upper Abu-Madi section of the carried SD-1X well at its South Disouq concession, where it holds a 55% equity interest and is operator in the Nile Delta area of Egypt. The well contained 65 feet of net pay section with an average porosity of 25%, in line with pre-drill estimates. SDX said it is doing extra evaluation work to provide an accurate recoverable volume estimate and will continue drilling the deeper Abu Roash and AEB sections, targeting oil. President and Chief Executive Paul Welch said: "Irrespective of whether we have further success at SD-1X in the deeper horizon, this gas discovery and the ongoing development and facilities upgrades across our asset portfolio mean we remain on track to build our production profile and maximize value from our producing, development and exploration asset base."
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