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Share Price: 0.85Bid: 0.80Ask: 0.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on 88 Energy
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 12.50%Open: 0.875High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 0.85


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Whittington
Posts: 160
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Pantheon successful flow
Today 08:04
100 bopd from a 6ft interval, sounds pretty damn good!
 
HarryGatto
Posts: 175
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
Pantheon successful flow
Today 07:55
Pantheon has successfully flowed its alkaid well. More good news from the North slope
ASmithy101
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Lol
Today 07:34
Nothings a given. Not a f/o until it’s a f/o.
S4KSecurity
Posts: 3,988
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Lol
Today 07:21
Hu11, the fo signs are encouraging... they have not mentioned who the interested parties are but chances of it being a big player already operating out there would be high. We have big names producing nearby so it could be a large organisation. News drop will come... we will exceed the 2.7p cantor fitzgerald target price and then we will get a re rate and will.live happily ever after. Good things to come
S4KSecurity
Posts: 3,988
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
Great week
Today 07:18
Expect news in the farm out very soon. Only a few weeks left till Agm... FO (s) near... should be a good week build up towards positivity
investors55
Posts: 2,905
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: good saying for 88e
Today 07:14
#Darkelf : u are not an investor in 88e, why are u wasting your precious time to always write claptrap about 88e? Why don't get a job and get a life?
JofHoggit
Posts: 1,311
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: All quiet on the front....
Today 06:58
I've thought all along and still think it's going to end up being Conoco. Due to their connection to PB and what he did for them at Eagle Ford. In addition, I think Conoco will feel that they missed out on doing a deal with Armstrong. They were doing a big 3D campaign on their own acreage to the west of Icewine and it overlapped a long way into Armstrong's acreage. This was before the Oil Search deal was announced, so they were looking at the neighbours. They have an appetite for more on the North Slope IMO.

They also have the man power, resources and technology for exploiting NS opportunities to their fullest. They would be my preferred bidder.
Islandgirl
Posts: 3,755
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: All quiet on the front....
Today 06:29
I think the last RNS said an announcement will be given in due course relating to FO.We may have to wait longer than the end of Q1
Phrontist
Posts: 2,616
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.85
All quiet on the front....
Today 06:18
Thinking of conventional FO.

A negotiation has occurred, Data Room has been investigated.

A bidder will only undergo such efforts when they are extremely interested.

CP are a dynamic oil production company (assuming for the moment they could be preferred bidder...).

The company that goes ahead with FO will be immediately deploying money, time, staff, resources to the Central North Slopes.

It is a big decision, no question.

I imagine that there is little more DW can do.

Equally, the bidder has a responsibility to make a decision, Yes or No. Not hum and ha, sit on the fence for infinite time.

I think there could be a decision this week.

And there will be a decision before AGM.

50/50 ha ha? We know nothing....

Phrontist
rangergb
Posts: 26
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: ISA wassa thinking re Bed & ISA...
Today 00:17
Thanks for clarifying that AIM4. It is a bit confusing and I agree it is worth getting professional advice, particularly if large gains or losses are involved.
Darkelf
Posts: 4,109
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: good saying for 88e
Sun 23:25
No naff FO news tonight them.
Maybe tomorrow. Nite all xxxx
V111JAS
Posts: 998
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
A Lot
Sun 22:34
of `Arm Chair Geologists` providing opinion tonight .
Would you trust an `Arm Chair Surgeon` to operate on your brain tumor ?
Waiting patiently to hear from the `Shaven Leader`
GL.
V111JAS
Posts: 998
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
A Lot
Sun 22:34
of `Arm Chair Geologists` providing opinion tonight .
Would you trust an `Arm Chair Surgeon` to operate on your brain tumor ?
Waiting patiently to hear from the `Shaven Leader`
GL.
Hu11
Posts: 1,313
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Lol
Sun 22:29
S4K Sat10:31 “We know it’s a large company that’s highly interested” ? Sorry must have missed that announcement or is it more of your ramptastic rubbish?
share_talk
Posts: 5,434
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
Weekly Stock Market News
Sun 20:41
Islayman
Posts: 495
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Agm
Sun 20:40
Cheers Des. I agree things have been a bit dismal..but as you say, surely we can't draw four blanks in a row? It's not only us who know - or think - we have lots of oil in Icewine but also an independent consultant. But the conundrum is...how the heck do we get it oot? And if it all comes right, we can look back at the current SP and chill.
Desmond45
Posts: 385
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Agm
Sun 20:31
Good post Islay. Thanks for the informed response. You’re right in the sense that you have to pay top dollar for the best in the business. The top and bottom of what I was getting at is that we’ve paid that top dollar, but have gone in reverse results wise. Hopefully i’ll be proved wrong soon enough. We can’t lose them all... surely.
Whojamaflip
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: dispersed clays
Sun 20:18
Brom,
Do you recall my very early discussions where I sought to illustrate complex stuff with everyday commentary.
I know we are not talking flowing silt/debri/goo but I merely pose the question as to whether the oil has migrated updip and left behind 'whatever' is left along with the remaining oil.

Precipitation in a liquid can leave a sediment (especially in wine) which can foul the ability to flow the last remnants.
All the good liquid having gone elsewhere.

I am not sure that this is what happened especially in the Torok formation which I had high hopes for.

However, what is there at this location is the soggy bottom stuff

Again it is my opinion

wjmflp

And if any true geologist wants to put me right I will be happy to learn the truth
Brombarb
Posts: 19,654
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: dispersed clays
Sun 20:05
but not silt or goo by the way we are not talking precipitation as in the falling of rain, rather the creation of solids from a solution.
Islayman
Posts: 495
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: Agm
Sun 19:59
Des, with respect, that's a reasonable rate. A mate of mine with more than 40 years' oil industry experience got offered a gig writing and updating safety manuals, as a consultant. When he got to around 55, he told the boss he wanted to retire. He tried it several times, but they just kept offering him a higher daily rate he would be daft to refuse, eventually well in excess of a grand a day. So SS' s daily rate doesn't seem too bad and I don't think we can blame him in any way for disappointing results at Winx. I'm sure he proves his worth. I do occasional consultancy work in my field and depending on who's paying, I can get £750 a day. I think that's outrageous, but I'll take it! One day a week would do me, but I usually get one day a month. If I'm lucky.
BB32
Posts: 259
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.85
RE: good saying for 88e
Sun 19:54
Darkelf,

DW went on record saying Data Room was open to Tier 1 Companies, and if he could not get a deal he would open up to Tier 2 etc, as this is material under ASX rules , DW would have had to declare, so news of signed FO with Tier 1 Company to be received soon....

Think you know this and just want to wind people up as is your amusing way...

Best of luck to us all, soon find out...

BB32
Whojamaflip
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: dispersed clays
Sun 19:52
As I said flow rather than geology

wjmflp

Just my opinion
Whojamaflip
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: dispersed clays
Sun 19:51
ANd
'.... a rock pore-filling component ....'

After what may have left the pores and gone updip ?

Just my opinion mind you

wjmflp
Whojamaflip
Posts: 533
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: dispersed clays
Sun 19:48
Brom,
',,,,,, sediment deposition by precipitation of clay crystals from pore fluids....'

You said it not me

wjmflp
Brombarb
Posts: 19,654
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.85
RE: good saying for 88e
Sun 19:45
Jiddy you wont stop him/her, so if it annoys just filter. :-)




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