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Share Price: 0.585Bid: 0.57Ask: 0.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Magnolia Pet
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SoonToBe
Posts: 89
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Price:0.59
A well a day <68>
Fri 11:08
Well Name: <JKL-1-08H>
Pun Number: <N/A>
Location: <Oklahoma>
Formation: <Mississippi Lime>
Operator: <Devon Energy>
NRI%: <1.719>
Net Cost: <79988>*
Status: <Producing>
Initial Production Date: <30/09/2013>
Net IPR: <9.44>
Latest Gross Production: <Unknown>
Comment: <Looks like a good IPR, but I don't understand why give the initial production date this is not showing up on the production reports.>

*Estimated from increased acreage.

Disclaimer:-
This information is correct to the best of my knowledge and is based on publicly available information. Any corrections or additional information will be gladly received
 
boak
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Investment Opportunities
Fri 06:56
Robsky
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RE: Hold her.....
Fri 04:39
BW plenty of head winds to go at llol
BarrenWuffett
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Hold her.....
Thu 23:27
.....steady Captain. These are choppy seas and no mistake.
Robsky
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RE: A well a day <67>
Thu 17:43
Thanks for the well STB good to see you AimO and George.

JKL1-04HM Location in our favourite Noble co map ref : 36.230606 -97.213051 where the pad on Frontier road is clearly visible.

We participate in some wells with Newfield such as the Bohlman 1H-34X in Canadian and the Jo-Ann and Campbell in Stephens Co which are all proven producing wells.

Texas-based Newfield Exploration, a company that’s hot on Oklahoma’s STACK in Canadian, Kingfisher and Blaine Counties reports fourth quarter net earnings of 2014 at $367 million or $2.65 a diluted share.

Company leaders announced this week they will continue to heavily invest in the Anadarko Basin, indicating their primary focus for the firm’s 2015 drilling program will be the SCOOP/Springer and STACK in Oklahoma. In the STACK, there are reports the company has paid as much as $4.500 an acre to lease land targeted for drilling in Kingfisher, Blaine and Canadian Counties. The company already has nearly 210,000 net acres in the STACK and is seeking more because “consistent well results have been demonstrated across a 300 square-mile area.” An indication of how eager Newfield is in attaining more leased land is its prediction that “drilling activities are increasing in STACK with Newfield expecting to drill more than 50 STACK wells in 2015.” Investments, according to this week’s quarterly earnings report will total about $820 million in those two target areas—the STACK and the SCOOP. The two areas have been successful for Newfield, where its net producton in the Anadarko Basin averaged nearly 54,000 barrels of oil a day in the fourth quarter.

Full article here
http://okenergytoday.com/2015/02/newfield-exploration-to-invest-heavily-in-oklahomas-stack-play-2/
SoonToBe
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A well a day <67>
Thu 11:04
Please ignore previous posting, keyboard failure...

Well Name: <JKL-1-04H>
Pun Number: <N/A>
Location: <Oklahoma>
Formation: <Mississippi Lime>
Operator: <Devon Energy>
NRI%: <0.555>
Net Cost: <25853>*
Status: <Producing>
Initial Production Date: <Producing>
Net IPR: <0.2>
Latest Gross Production: <Unknown>
Comment: <No real production data yet available.>

*Estimated from increased acreage.

Disclaimer:-
This information is correct to the best of my knowledge and is based on publicly available information. Any corrections or additional information will be gladly received
SoonToBe
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Aw
Thu 11:01
Well Name: <Jimmy 1-28H>
Pun Number: <N/A>
Location: <Oklahoma>
Formation: <Woodford>
Operator: <Red Fork Energy>
NRI%: <3.022>
Net Cost: <139662>
Status: <Unknown>
Initial Production Date: <Unknown>
Net IPR: <Unknown>
Latest Gross Production: <Unknown>
Comment: <Being Woodford it will be interesting to see some production figures here.>

Disclaimer:-
This information is correct to the best of my knowledge and is based on publicly available information. Any corrections or additional information will be gladly received
Aim_Oilman2
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RE: Elephant in the Room
Thu 08:14
Morning GG, I can't see us not surviving put it that way...but as all things on aim when it does get written down we are going to take a real kick in on this one sadly. The only silver lining is that the board can brush it over with the increase in reserves from the various other levels of source rock that is not included(woodford etc). I am with you 100% regarding your last sentence, I think Rita is already pouncing if we are to go by Robsky et als research. ATB AimO.
gorgeousgeorge
Posts: 178
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RE: Elephant in the Room
Thu 07:57
Yes, the Montana acreage was always "blue sky" - I would assume the worst. The game here, as elsewhere, is survival. It will be very interesting around results time (just over 2 months away) as to the prognosis. The board might issue forward guidance - I see this going lower on even the slightest dent to expectations. Or not, as the case may be. I would suggest that we are unlikely to see an oil price recovery anytime soon and certainly I will be basing my calculations on an average $55 per/barrel for 2015/16. Maggie will survive but we will have to be patient. All manner of opportunities are likely to open up for those companies that can emerge from the other side and into a subsequent higher price environment.
Aim_Oilman2
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Elephant in the Room
Thu 01:13
Hi all, long time no speak. Rest assured I continue to add however we are looking at a $4 million write down the way things stand. From my research North Dakota wells are being mothballed until more sustainable prices and our leases in Montana run out in 2017. I simply can't see Montana getting drilled within time. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?





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