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Aminex Share Chat (AEX)



Share Price: 2.40Bid: 2.35Ask: 2.45Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Aminex
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.26%Open: 2.40High: 2.425Low: 2.40Yesterday’s Close: 2.40


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irishmouse
Posts: 4,627
Opinion:Hold
Price:2.43
New board format
Today 20:31
I had a look at the AEX media section, not much there as we would expect. There is a box where it asks you what media you would like to see for this share.....I am tempted to write ...."anything,please anything.
 
cperkin
Posts: 13,528
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: Old news worth a laugh
Today 19:25
Oh I don't know NM, you can easily argue that Aminex are closer than they have ever been to multi well production, but yes still a drill to go, thanks to the the brilliantly communicated change of plan (Yes sarcasm) in the delay to drill back to back and still no communicated progress on KN-1!

Still Development study completed by GE, Development plan submitted & communicated, 25 year licence applied for, Environmental approval gained, rig out to tender and a team recruited to deliver the plan. Just need some money and a licence - cough.
CrustyPete
Posts: 8,869
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: Bought out
Today 13:11
I have long stated that, imo, AEX has never been a takeover target since ARA bought into 30% of the company and this would be even more unlikely if Eclipse were to Farm-In to Ruvuma as the Zubairs will effectively have a controlling interest in Ruvuma going forward (particularly of they buy some of Solo 25%) - no potential buyer will ever be able to have total influence over the asset.

As regards the "takeover" this is even less likely with a low share price as ARA are never going to accept a low ball price for their 30%; any offer will simply be rejected by the BoD. The only successful purchaser of either AEX or their Tanzanian asset will be the Zubairs......

That said it would come as absolutely no surprise for AEX to sell / Farm Out a significant proportion of Nyuni after further seismic and drilling development.

All in my opinion of course.

GLA
dunderhead
Posts: 651
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
RE: Bought out
Today 09:11
Very unlikely because of the ownership structure some 'may say' 'mgt' have sleep walked into.
Do I hear Statoil rumours again?!
All imho and dyor folks!!
willowpillow
Posts: 1,977
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
Bought out
Today 09:03
Aminex remains in the list for takeover potential. Anyone now think the lower this goes the more chance of a complete sale of Tanzanian assetts? Would be a good chance to start a fresh somewhere and plenty of cash in the bank.
NorthernMagic
Posts: 1,002
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: Old news worth a laugh
Sat 19:53
The kind of production that can sustain and self-fund the companies expansion and complete Ntorya-2 and 3 in quick succession sounds a bit like a dream now doesn't it?
The unfortunate thing is if management now make comments like near future, or in the near term no one is going to believe they can do it, unless they can prove otherwise.
Atb,
Northern
QuestionTime
Posts: 1,013
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
Old news worth a laugh
Sat 18:47
Aminex, which owns 75 percent of the Ruvuma acreage that is host potentially to up to 1trln cubic feet of gas, sees Ntorya-2 as a low-risk appraisal project. The original well, completed more in 2012, flow tested at 20mln cubic feet of gas a day with 139 barrels of gas condensate.

Ntorya-2 is being drilled into thicker part of the sand body located on the seismic data in 2014. Aminex’s partner is fellow AIM explorer Solo Oil PLC (LON:SOLO). The area in question lies just 20 kilometres from the Mtwara to Dar es Salaam gas pipeline which was commissioned in late 2015.

In a recent interview, Aminex boss Jay Bhattacherjee said the new phase of work in Tanzania aimed to establish the kind of production that can sustain and self-fund the group’s continuing expansion. This, he said, was the “holy grail” for all exploration and production companies.

It has taken more than four years for Aminex to land the funding for two follow-up holes.

The injection came this summer, with Oman’s Zubair Corporation corner stoning a 19.m/-Pounds share placing. Aminex’s plan is to complete Ntorya-2 and 3 in fairly quick succession with the aim of bringing one of two into production soon after.

In a separate announcement Aminex said it received formal approval from Tanzania’s energy minister that extends its ownership of the Nyuni production sharing area to at least the end of October 2019.
NorthernMagic
Posts: 1,002
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: RE: Did you miss it?
Sat 15:49
Hoping that this week, at long last we will have some news re the Zubair farmout. Fingers crossed for some positive news.
Atb,
Northern
dunderhead
Posts: 651
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
RE: I've started to think possibly
Sat 11:14
Strange my original post wasn't registered?
What ideas asking was I didn't realise negotiations had been rns'd. Apologies for missing that.
Can anyone point me to that rns please?
dunderhead
Posts: 651
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
RE: I've started to think possibly
Sat 11:12
Ha lol end equal rns!!
Bloody auto correct.
dunderhead
Posts: 651
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
RE: I've started to think possibly
Sat 11:11
Apologies I didn't see an end regarding negotiations. Did I miss that? Could anyone point me in that direction please?
Tanzania
Posts: 263
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: 2.00 (-17.53%)
Sat 10:55
Relax - digitalook.com @ 2.43...…...
Nelson0001
Posts: 30
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.00
2.00 (-17.53%)
Sat 10:35
Anyone know why Lse is showing the sp at 2.00(-17.53%) ??
kenrun
Posts: 627
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE:RE: Did you miss it
Sat 07:51
Oh dear.
Drewky
Posts: 4,975
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.00
RE: RE: Did you miss it?
Sat 07:39
It's still not working right. Some posts are missing and intermittently showing so not just removed.

Think that was why they did amendment to chat and now it's been restored.

They definitely have a redirect bug in the system
kenrun
Posts: 627
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE: Did you miss it
Sat 07:39
Oh and I like the new and improved board.
kenrun
Posts: 627
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE: Did you miss it?
Sat 07:35
Too right I did :O))
Drewky
Posts: 4,975
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.00
Did you miss it?
Sat 06:25
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Apache66
Posts: 1,878
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 23:56
Total buyout? Total blowout more like. This is going one way and it's not up!
Drewky
Posts: 4,975
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 23:45
If you actually read the RNS's that they do put out you might actually learn something.
mj152
Posts: 346
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 23:16
It's been 3 months since negotiations started and still no announcement.
matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 22:57
We don't know if we asked them or vice versa. The offer will be very revealing one way or another in terms of value and forward relations.
cperkin
Posts: 13,528
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 21:42
lol matherdj, terrible news the Arabs wanting to buy more ;)
matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 21:05
You think there'll be a total buyout before the agm apache?
Drewky
Posts: 4,975
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Thu 20:56
Change the fricken record jeez night after night after night. Yawn!!!




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