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Share Price: 18.55Bid: 18.10Ask: 19.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Falcon Oil
Spread: 0.90Spread as %: 4.97%Open: 17.55High: 18.55Low: 17.55Yesterday’s Close: 18.55


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Origin789
Posts: 208
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
RE: Movement on the stock
Fri 20:20
Bigones back in - unlikely.. The trades today were way too small, and the price too high. I'm sure he will let us know if and when he jumps back in again. Let's hope he get back in soon before the price surges further when Origin release their plans for next year. Fruitful times ahead!
 
JamesL.
Posts: 31
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
RE: Movement on the stock
Fri 18:49
Damb phone... "Is BOQ gettin' back in? ;-) "
JamesL.
Posts: 31
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
RE: Movement on the stock
Fri 18:43
I'd BOQ gettin' back in? ;-)
Origin789
Posts: 208
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
RE: Movement on the stock
Fri 18:39
Quite a few trades throughout the day of 20,000 - 50,000, as far as I know there is no breakthrough news, though things seem to be progressing well with the pipeline and the NTG plan. Chief Minister Michael Gunner stated the plan will position the Territory to begin onshore gas exploration in earnest next Dry season.
"The government will commission a Strategic Regional Environment and Baseline
Assessment (SREBA) for all regions where gas development will occur, starting
with the Beetaloo Sub-basin.
schlemiel
Posts: 262
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
Jemena
Fri 18:33
Mr Boey said the Northern Territory had a unique opportunity to ease the east coast gas shortage.

“Jemena is progressing its plans to extend and expand the Northern Gas Pipeline. Should development of the Beetaloo Basin proceed, we are seeking to invest significantly more across Northern Australia. This could create around 4000 new jobs during the project’s construction phase, building on the skills the NGP has already brought to the region.”

NGP cost around $800m and created around 800 jobs. Jemena is now saying that should Beetaloo get the go ahead(a fait accompli) the investment to facilitate this expansion would create around 4000 new jobs. That's over 5x the NGP figure. That figure alone highlights the size of the opportunity at Beetaloo
dprussky
Posts: 752
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:18.55
Movement on the stock
Fri 17:54
Seems we have volume and price are moving nicely. Any news? I did not see anything anywhere
ITguy
Posts: 188
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.75
SP
Fri 12:19
One thing to look forward to for the 2019 drilling season is the potential of a great Santos or Pangaea drill result helping our stock price. That could show that pretty much all of the Beetaloo is full of gas. And, better still, if they were to drill something other than the Velkerri B. Could go the other way too with a bad result.

Can't say for sure as we don't have those drill plans yet, but it could be a flurry of activity and results as probably everyone gets off around the same time. Assuming rig availability.
Origin789
Posts: 208
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.75
RE: Construction work completed on NGP
Fri 12:08
Yes, as far as politicians go, Gunner is one of the better ones, the enquiry commissioned by Gunner was very thorough and came out with a a result that can keep everyone happy, a win win all round, and the delays the ecos wanted we're brushed aside as Gunner knows what is best for the Territory. Roll on 2018!
jfhealy
Posts: 56
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: Construction work completed on NGP
Fri 11:11
Personally I disagree with you as I feel that this has been handled with the delicacy it required to ensure everything runs smoothly when full exploration begins ,it is a win win situation ,and as the moratorium was only a temporary ban while all the loose ends were tied up ,the fledgling will fly soon G L A
schlemiel
Posts: 262
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: Construction work completed on NGP
Fri 06:14
What annoys me, what really annoys me is the sheer, unadulterated stupidity and temerity of politicians who elevate their party's fortunes above that of the 'national interest'.

It was obvious to Gunner what had been discovered at Beetaloo and yet he still felt the need to pander to his party's unions and its eco-wing and impose a ban knowing full well there was zero threat to the environment. The upside far outweighed the downside. Gunner's a moron

Without the ban those drill results would now be flowing through at a good pace

I hate politicians. Lying, filthy and rancid
ITguy
Posts: 188
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: Construction work completed on NGP
Fri 01:27
yes..indeed. Thanks for posting dprussky.
schlemiel
Posts: 262
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Price:17.55
RE: Construction work completed on NGP
Thu 20:23
top stuff dp-sky

FOG's really hit the jackpot here. I suspect Jemena has an idea of what's contained at Beetaloo, within reason of course, and no doubt they'll be planning new pipelines around the future development of Beetaloo

Mirabeau
dprussky
Posts: 752
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Price:17.55
Construction work completed on NGP
Thu 19:53
https://outline.com/SFmjvs

Mr Boey (Jemena executive general manager of corporate development) said the Territory’s onshore gas resources had the potential to solve the east coast energy supply crisis.

“The amount of gas in the Beetaloo Basin in particular is of such a magnitude that not only could it supply the Northern Territory with all of its foreseeable needs, but it could also provide the east coast with enough gas to make a real dent, if not completely alleviate the current supply problems we now have on the east coast,”
Camelot1
Posts: 55
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Price:17.55
Bigones
Thu 06:13
We will have to excuse him as he is just out on a pass and will soon have to go back inside and meet up with his mates.....cell mates mind you. Talk about putting lipstick on a pig.
ITguy
Posts: 188
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Price:17.55
RE: When is there a wet season ?
Thu 03:15
Use links! It will validate your arguments!

Ohh...wait!
ITguy
Posts: 188
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: When is there a wet season ?
Thu 03:00
Ohh,,BOQ! You can do better! Hurricane Harvey did 16 inches of rain.

Average monthly rain is nearly 10 inches in Katherine.

https://en.climate-data.org/location/766/

You failed to mentioned the new regulations holding FOG and the people who control drilling back?
bigones
Posts: 330
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
When is there a wet season ?
Thu 01:52
Has anyone researched the average rain fall for Alice Springs, Daily Waters or any settlement 180 KM south of Darwin . There is no rainy season ! Houston Texas had 27 inches of rain in days , these places don't have that in years, guess what we were doing a day before in Texas, wow drilling and guess what we were doing a week later wow drilling. Incompetent people in charge of not knowing how to drill in the easiest environment in the world; finding excuses that hold no WATER. LOL, Get a plan together and get going ! Next excuse the hot season . WTF
dprussky
Posts: 752
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
Sooo boring.....
Wed 18:46
Anyway since there is very little going on. I think this one is interesting piece of news. https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Carlyle-Group-Set-To-Raise-4B-For-New-Oil-And-Gas-Fund.html
Origin789
Posts: 208
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: NTG plan
Tue 21:13
The Inquiry recommendations will be delivered in three stages aligned with major milestones as the industry develops.
STAGE ONE – PLANNING
Stage One covers setting up governance arrangements for implementation.
STAGE TWO – PREPARING FOR
EXPLORATION
Stage Two comprises implementing the
recommendations that need to be done early
including those that the Inquiry determined
must be complete before any exploration
involving drilling or hydraulic fracturing and
stimulation of unconventional wells. The
recommendations are;
• Codes of Practice for industry
• transfer of environmental decisions regarding petroleum from the Minister for Primary Industry and Resources to the Minister for Environment and Natural Resources
• baseline mapping and ongoing monitoring
regimes for weeds, methane emissions and water quality near proposed drilling sites
• commencement of a broader Strategic Regional Environmental and Baseline Assessment (SREBA).
The goal is to complete this by the end of 2018.
STAGE THREE – EXPLORATION AND
PREPARING FOR PRODUCTION
Stage Three covers the balance of the Inquiry recommendations and will take a number of years to complete. Stage Three must be completed before any production approvals are granted for unconventional gas. Many of the actions in Stage 3 are still in planning and the detailed approach
will be published in online updates to this plan. Actions in Stage Three may commence before Stage Two is complete.
https://hydraulicfracturing.nt.gov.au/
newtofo
Posts: 677
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.55
RE: I think is the new site
Tue 15:49
Thanks Orson and schlemiel, as this is announcement that Origin and Falcon have been waiting for before any detailed plans can be set for where Origin will be building roads and drilling pads for the exploration phase.

Two key comments - one from Gunner stating the we are go for full on exploration in the Spring of 2019,and another from the just released detailed report that are key for Falcon's permits in the Beetaloo:

"Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the plan will position the Territory to begin onshore gas exploration in earnest next Dry season."

"The government will commission a Strategic Regional Environment and Baseline
Assessment (SREBA) for all regions where gas development will occur, starting
immediately in the Beetaloo Sub-basin".
schlemiel
Posts: 262
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.125
I think is the new site
Tue 05:49
lots of 'new' information, I think!

https://hydraulicfracturing.nt.gov.au/
schlemiel
Posts: 262
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.125
NTG plan
Tue 05:39
NT Goverment releases plan to implement recommendations of independent scientific inquiry into hydraulic fracturing in the Territory

THE NT Government has released its plan to implement the recommendations of the independent scientific inquiry

THE Northern Territory Government has released its plan to implement the recommendations of the independent scientific inquiry into unconventional hydraulic fracturing.

The plan details how each of the recommendations will be implemented and is grouped under the six themes of Strengthening Regulation, Ensuring Accountable Industry Practise, Safeguarding Water and the Environment, Respecting Community and Culture, Maximising

Regional Benefits and Local opportunities, and Planning for Industry.

Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the plan will position the Territory to begin onshore gas exploration in earnest next Dry season.

He said it sets a benchmark that Australian states, which currently have fracking moratoriums in place, may want to look at.

However he said he would not be urging them to change their anti-fracking positions.

“Rather I would urge them not to bow to Federal Government pressure and instead make their own decisions about what is best for them,” he said.

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“There was some pressure put on the Northern Territory Government, but at the end of the day we stuck true to our word to Territorians and undertook our own independent studies.

“The independent scientific report into hydraulic fracturing found that risks could be mitigated

if all the recommendations of their report were implemented.

“This implementation plan is a comprehensive response to these recommendations.”

Mr Gunner said an onshore gas industry in the Northern Territory would position it to become the nation’s low cost energy centre, particularly in the face of rising gas prices on the eastern seaboard.

“It is not unrealistic to aim at the Territory becoming a manufacturing hub as businesses realise the low costs that will be available to set up here.

“If you want to have a vision to develop this nation you have to look to the north and it’s closeness to our major trade region.”

Mr Gunner said that now that an onshore gas industry will go ahead in the Territory it was important to maximise jobs for locals.

“We will be making sure that any fracking that occurs ensures our unique natural environment is protected and creates local jobs,” he said.

“We will be making sure an onshore oil and gas industry delivers for locals and delivers for local businesses.

“This is a plan to protect our environment, create local jobs and ensure the actions of

Government and industry are transparent and accountable,”
OrsonModesto
Posts: 263
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.125
RE: Orsan -- any hints of new regs?
Tue 02:36
Hey Newt, no worries. Haven’t been sleuthing quite as much these days or on this board all that much to be honest, just waiting patiently.

BUT I did just notice the implementation plan was just released by Gunner,

http://newsroom.nt.gov.au/mediaRelease/26873
dprussky
Posts: 752
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.125
RE: Climbing up
Tue 01:26
Very typical as I sold some shares....




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