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Stellar Res. LSE:STG London Ordinary Share GB0002673332 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.145 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.0 -0.3 -0.1 - 2

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/3/2016
08:04
Because they always do I D. DC
daicaprice
01/3/2016
08:04
Ukog up 30% and this 16% surely we should be higher
toolsmoker
01/3/2016
07:53
But with such good news and the potential for further gains why sell out for a small profit?
investordave
01/3/2016
07:47
Great news but it will give the new placing shares something to sell into, so I'm not expecting too much. DC
daicaprice
01/3/2016
07:19
Excellent news
thehitman1
01/3/2016
07:16
Good flow rates. With this stable Upper Kimmeridge limestone flow, the two Upper Kimmeridge and Lower Kimmeridge limestone intervals have now produced a combined average stable rate of over 1,360 bopd.
pooler1
01/3/2016
07:14
Let see where it will go up,60 I guess
tmmalik
29/2/2016
12:59
David Lenigas ‏@DavidLenigas 2h2 hours ago I'm going to suggest to Sanderson that he refuses Andrew Bell coming back in to Horse Hill. His uneducated comments are disgraceful.
hope67
28/2/2016
19:53
Good post from Evilplum on Dor bb on lse The HH-1 flow tests mean someone WILL drill Brockham to extract its K-oil, hopefully us. I was going to sell DOR and walk if they did the GGO deal, but the flow tests changes DOR's risk and reward ratio. A worst case scenario is that the extended flow test produce insanely vicious decline rates and a process has to be added to get the flow rate back up, (acid fracturing in this case), which increase the breakeven point. However the flow rate is so astonishingly good, it's still commercially viable, even with an extra process added. At 1,500 BOPD per side track, (3 x flow test result), then with a 2 year Return on Capital, we need poo at $25 for breakeven. A single side track at that flow rate would, (allowing 20 days down time for maintenance pa), generate circa 500K barrels per annum, and with a lifting cost of $10, (daily production cost), that would generate a revenue of £5M net of lifting costs, (see note 1), on a breakeven of $25. HH-1 cost £6M to drill as we went very deep looking for gas, plus circa £1M in sundry costs, and as you have seen I estimate £3M for a side track, (£1M higher than at Brockham as there's a fault line close to HH-1, see note 2). So that's £10M cap ex in total, which gives an ROC of 2 years from a single side track with poo at breakeven of $25. Add more side tracks, and the breakeven figure drops. If we side track Brockahm, the only cap ex costs are for the side tracks and some extra surface infrastructure, as the wells are already drilled, (3 of them), and paid for. At a cost of circa £2M per side track if we go out half a mile, each generating 500K barrels per annum, then a similar 2 year ROC would result in Brockham's breakeven being about $13 per side track, ($10 lifting costs + $3 cap ex). Needless to say, if we drill new wells from surface to oil, then cap ex will be higher, but still not as high as HH-1 as that went absurdly deep so had a cap ex cost of twice what it needed to be to get at the K-oil. Note 1: Magellan had a 35% free ride during the exploration stage and first well, but that will change when we go into production. How it changes depends on loads of stuff, but I don't see a free carry on cap ex when it comes to muti well / site production. As such the above assumes HHDL has 100% of the licences with Magellan holding a 35% shareholding in it. Note 2. Above assumes we can extract circa 1 sq mile of oil per site. That's with the pads bang in the centre, and half mile wells fanning out radially. There's a fault line at HH-1 nearby to the East, so its pad isn't in the centre, so side tracks will have to fan out a greater distance to compensate, hence £3M drill cost at HH-1 vs £2M at Brockham, so as to cover the same 1 sq mile of oil. Note 3. HH-1 breakeven will be higher than at future HH sites, as we drilled it to deep.
hope67
28/2/2016
14:14
Lowrdr I thought the same thing Evo and Stg could buy some HH from Dor, but then I thought surely that would be a conflict of interest and a real shafting for Dor shareholders. Have a feeling we're going to opt into Brockham.
hope67
28/2/2016
11:48
Maybe STG will buy out DOR's share of HH? I would do that if I was running this
l0wrdr
27/2/2016
20:29
Rinse wash and repeat and no other action other than placing with Donald Duck and his chums. All the stuff invested in so far is idol incurring wages except HH where there is no DS control. Coal is a write off and gold wasted in all "most active" program as previous RNS. DOR people ripped off for atleast 250k plus and suspended with delisting imminent unless a miracle happens. Lenigas mates filling their pockets as usual . Rinse wash and repeat cycle
hmv001
27/2/2016
20:29
maybe they have welsh gold permit now...and they need funds for mining it
temmujin
27/2/2016
13:16
Alba placed but wording is different to ours and Evos they have raised funds to advance their projects we are using ours to invest maybe we are investing in something Alba already has an interest in.
hope67
26/2/2016
15:53
Laugh, oné or two wells they drop it 5% , tonnes of hits share price doesn't move, great price to buy now @ .26
pjm1162
26/2/2016
15:36
Alba placed
hope67
26/2/2016
15:26
The March oil stock challenge is on! Deadline for entries is midnight on Monday 29 Feb 2016. Good luck!!! http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=35203527 fb
flyingbull
26/2/2016
12:35
All those millions reported late etc etc @ 0.25 are likely sells, seller selling at quick 7% profit before he rebuys his placing shares, common practice and explains why we have not risen with 90% ofbuys v 10% sells last few days, once it's gone this will rise very quickly, just hold or buy and be patient, this is the best bet out of all the hh ers now
pjm1162
26/2/2016
08:20
Was a tad weird to raise another 100k day after, can only be investors wanted more at 0.25, shows the demand was good, why not take it if it's there, I would, I am confident you will see more wield basin acquisition sooner than later, all looking very good here for a long sustained rise in the share price ...keep the faith, you may have lost confidence in bod but someone was prepared to buy 330 million shares at 0.25, this is a Stonking buy now....
pjm1162
25/2/2016
17:11
pmsl...post 5892...at least when we pi's get stiffed nice to know we have to tip as well???is that one for the gimp?:)
comedy
25/2/2016
17:02
They forgot to allow for the tip!!! edit Son reckons "2nd chance offer"
beebong1
25/2/2016
16:57
I would guess more wanted in at this price. This is hh after all....it might be the real deal. It's ok in fact....this was at the same price today in the mkt. I would like stg to buy another 5 per cent of hh...
barnetpeter
25/2/2016
16:55
all i can think is they want to buy alot more sites in the weald basin...going for the 100 bagger bigtime
temmujin
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