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TXP Touchstone Exploration Inc

30.25
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Touchstone Exploration Inc LSE:TXP London Ordinary Share CA89156L1085 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 30.25 30.00 30.50 30.25 30.25 30.25 96,366 08:00:29
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 35.99M -20.6M -0.0879 -6.26 128.82M
Touchstone Exploration Inc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TXP. The last closing price for Touchstone Exploration was 30.25p. Over the last year, Touchstone Exploration shares have traded in a share price range of 30.25p to 94.50p.

Touchstone Exploration currently has 234,212,726 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Touchstone Exploration is £128.82 million. Touchstone Exploration has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.26.

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16/1/2023
10:52
Yes Envestment but you forgot a whole war and the only time the White House was burnt down.

The hint being that Canada is actually a different country, one that abolished slavery in 1793 under John Graves Simcoe, obviously born in Northamptonshire so MLK has no relevance.

davidblack
16/1/2023
10:28
Look at Lauders irrelevant post
envestment
16/1/2023
09:45
Lol Buffy.
dunderheed
16/1/2023
09:29
Hi Envestment,

Many thanks for the irrelevant post.

Buffy

buffythebuffoon
16/1/2023
08:35
Thank you for your replies.
bigalan3
16/1/2023
08:31
Undervalued, Royston side track, Coho online, Cascadura nearing production, Asset swap, bid for new acreage, non stop drilling campaign.Sorry no idea Bigal.
ballymoss18
16/1/2023
08:31
Because it’s worth 150p on assets, about to go into continuous drilling campaign which will continue for 10 years and about to throw off $50m cash flow per year.
che7win
16/1/2023
08:24
Anyone suggest why the price continues to rise? Thanks in anticipation.
bigalan3
16/1/2023
08:20
US Exchange is closed on Monday....MLK Day....no RNS
envestment
16/1/2023
07:27
Only just under 5 hours to go before we don’t get a barnstorming RNS.

Nothing to see here. Move along. Come back tomorrow ;-)

lauders
16/1/2023
02:11
I always click the Discord link with a new sense of anticipation of success, but every time I paste the link and change the xx to tt I get an invalid address message.

It seems to be a discordial link.

I can confirm though that Junky is correct; there are no pictures of me drilling anything or anybody. Unless my long lost photo album is in fact not lost..

Only just under 5 hours to go before we don’t get a barnstorming RNS.

Buffy

buffythebuffoon
15/1/2023
12:44
Any newcomers to TXP (or old farts) that might like to come to the TXP Discord, here is a link. It’s free, and full of categorized info about TXP and Trinidad in general.

Lots of pictures. No pictures of Buffy naked.

hxxps://discord.gg/AZ3pc9tB

junky monkey
15/1/2023
09:36
Soggy, it looks like you’ve added some hob nailed boots to the big boy pants. Before you know it you’ll be intoxicated with the number of followers, and be paid for every tweet, rivalling the billionaire Kardashian, courtesy of the huge following on various social media outlets!

Let’s not forget, it’s not just about the fact that the big boys were looking for oil at the time, but sub-surface operating techniques have vastly improved, making some wells commercial where they wouldn’t have been in those days.

Because the day ends in a ‘y’, I’ll ramble on a bit…

I once had a one hour discussion with a bored drilling engineer ‘forced to attend’ a Business Design Centre ‘Conference217;. He wasn’t the sales type as you can imagine, and he relished the chance to discuss his specialty. I didn’t think I would be able to get away from him. As I gently eased away he thanked me for the best hour he’d had all day. I only asked a few, what I thought were, educated questions, and he basically unloaded his knowledge of drilling fluid types and the advancement in their constituents.

Since that discussion there have also been significant advances in directional drilling and fracking to make uncommercial wells commercial. The one brake on operations is always cashflow, given all permissions to drill are received. AXL tick those boxes, so it should be a good year for them.

I’d love to say ditto on both points for TXP, but sadly, phenomenally extended periods beyond that indicated have resulted in the CAGR of a long term TXP investment being close to negative recently! Perhaps Paul Baay should watch Marshall’s interviews…

Buffy

buffythebuffoon
15/1/2023
09:00
Spangle, his reply was succinct, 'Yes, in some' so I've asked he'd care to expand.
soggy
15/1/2023
08:49
Thanks Lauders, I needed that affirmation...had to put my big boy pants on to post my first tweet! As it turns out, apparently I posted one in 2014. It's becoming a habit!
soggy
15/1/2023
01:54
Well done for the question on Twitter to Xavier and for crediting Spangle93 for the thought Soggy. Duly "liked" and look forward to the answer ;-) Hopefully he will respond.
lauders
14/1/2023
18:22
Ahhhh....very interesting! Of lesser interest, I do have a twitter account but have never I all my years posted via it. Hmmmm....Live in ignorance or lose my twitterginity and consequent air of smug superiority to find out....
soggy
14/1/2023
17:54
soggy - "I note his reply to a q. about whether hydrocarbons had been found in these various drills in which he said some had, but weren't commercial at the time."

I don't have a Twiitter account but if I did, I'd ask him whether or not it was because they found gas. Remember that discoveries had been made at Ortoire in the 1960s, but at the time, they were looking for oil, so a gas discovery was not a commercial outcome.

spangle93
14/1/2023
16:45
I recommend watching Xavier's video on the Cretaceous I posted the other day where he says one of the wells probably wouldn't have been drilled had they trekked around the local area and another was likely at the wrong angle.
His local geology knowledge is second to none and he seems to have really studied the exploration history in Trinidad.

homebrewruss
14/1/2023
15:46
Helpful stuff indeed from XM. I note his reply to a q. about whether hydrocarbons had been found in these various drills in which he said some had, but weren't commercial at the time. I guess, in today's market with expected ongoing high prices, they might be considered commercial going forward.
soggy
14/1/2023
13:46
Nice Twitter thread from Xavier on the bid round and how little recent exploration there has been in the blocks being bid
homebrewruss
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