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EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United Watch Here

EXCLUSIVE: Oil analyst Barney Gray discusses the latest from Tower, Coro, Colter, Reabold & United
UPDATE: #COPL set timeline for Q2/Q3 Nigeria drilling programme


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Share Price: 0.725Bid: 0.70Ask: 0.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Reabold Res
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 0.725High: 0.725Low: 0.725Yesterday’s Close: 0.725


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miker444
Posts: 2,671
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Re 58% COS........
Today 11:03
RH187 it also makes the 24% cos of the West Newton ( Rathlin) which looked very low in normal probabilities seem much more possible as 60% x 60% x 60% x 60% gives you 24% cos.
Each factor better than a 1 in 2.
I am talking about the deeper Cadeby formation which is estimated as worth $850m and seen as an extra and not factored in to any NPV's currently.

The Kirkham Abbey formation which is what Rathlin are there for initially is 72% cos and NPV $247m so as good as it gets success wise.

But what a bonus the $850m would give RBD if that came in, (another $212m NPV)
 
RHI87
Posts: 242
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Colter 58% COS......
Today 09:43
Monroe Swell is the one for me, I am expecting a spud RNS any moment, short drill time and excellent reward... Colter is the icing on the cake with VG3/4 being a nice cherry..

Alot about to happen here...
miker444
Posts: 2,671
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Colter 58% COS......
Today 09:40
Had a look at how the cos (chance of success) is derived by the Oil & Gas Industry ( after a post from another BB) and 58% is extremely high.

For those that were not aware,like me, 4 factors are taken into account and independantly given a % rating and then all 4 percentages are multiplied together.

The factors are : Source Rock, Migration, Reservoir, Trap. A figure of 1 (100%) is total success but never given by the Industry as nothing can be that sure.

So to get an overall cos of 58% you need to multiply 0.9 x 0.9 x 0.9 x 0.8 ( 90% x 90% x 90% x 80% )

This gives you 58% cos overall, it can be in any order. This means a 58% cos is extremely high when looked at individual factor scorings.

We have a 72% cos at Monoe Swell which is as good as it gets (2 x 95% x 2 x 90%)

My thanks for Jace on another board whose post prompted me to look deeper into how the cos is calculated.

My point is in normal flat workings out that we use on a daily basis 58% is little more than a 1 in 2 chance or the toss of a coin but in the O&G industry it is exceptionally high and gives me some reassurance that whilst not a done deal Colter is weighted in favour of success. IMO.

atb
ajbennett
Posts: 6,690
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
What's going on with
Tue 18:53
Monroe Swell, it's a little overdue isn't it?.
And Colter must be near it's first target.
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Presentation
Tue 13:32
Reposted RHI87 link as jabbered it off the first screen. https://t.co/SAisbandYl
RHI87
Posts: 242
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Presentation
Tue 13:24
I've just watched the video in it's entirety, I am very happy to be invested here, it's quite clear that drills are to be converted to cash asap, we will have Monroe Swell and Colter results within the next 2 weeks...

I'm quietly topping up at these levels, I think once news hits, combined with the production numbers at VG3-VG4 are factored in the market cap will have no option but to increase substantially...

IMHO this is a very very strong buy for short term results
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Presentation
Tue 13:17
Thank you RHI87 just got home but misses is on lunch at 130 so will eat with her and then put it on. A couple of people who attended and are in an RBD twitter group I am part of, gave lots of good feedback so it feels like I have seen it already.

I am finding it very annoying that cantor are sitting on the ask, the real price looks to be around .705 at the moment. .71 to buy and .70 to sell. They clearly have either buy or sell orders to fill and I for one will be happy when they finally clear and we can move up.
RHI87
Posts: 242
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Presentation
Tue 12:51
Yes Chris,

Very good indeed, Monroe Swell to be drilled and results prior to Colter....
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Presentation
Tue 12:47
Sorry Rhi87 thanks for the link cannot watch here but will watch when I get home. Is it good?
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Buy ===> Reabold Resources Plc
Tue 12:45
Am out but understand video is out.
RHI87
Posts: 242
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
Presentation
Tue 12:39
Def worth a look at this

https://t.co/SAisbandYl
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
Buy ===> Reabold Resources Plc
Tue 10:05
As we are so close to news on multiple fronts and I would like our baseline to be a lot higher.

I am going to go out for a coffee or two. I find when I am not staring at my screens my investments go up.

No need to thank me... :-)
grewber
Posts: 164
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Compulsory reading
Tue 07:58
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Tue 07:57
Morning all, thanks homebrewruss, exactly my point.
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,042
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Tue 00:48
homebrewruss,

Yes, if that was the thrust of Chris' post, I agree. This 'issue' about RBD's 'status' seems to be dragging on a bit. My post was simply a knee-jerk reaction, because whenever I see the word 'spreadbetting' in the same sentence as 'investment', it makes me see red. Some people object to 'shorting', in fact some countries (like Germany) don't allow it on their exchanges. Me? I shrug my shoulders and live with it. Been around for centuries. But 'spreadbetting? It's the greatest cause of market 'manipulation' devised: an anathema. By rights, a bookie isn't allowed to own the horses. The same rule doesn't apply on the stockmarket. It's an open (and accepted) scandal. Of course, spreadbetting has been around for over a century as well: the infamous 'bucket-shops'. But back then, they were simply the equivalent of a bookie's. Sometimes...

I might play poker, but won't play against a stacked deck. And anyway, I'm not playing against the 'house'. The 'house just takes its percentage of each pot, just like a stockbroker. But this is what spreadbettors are doing day in, day out. Gambling against the house. Except the 'house' can tilt the roulette-wheel whichever way it wants, whenever it's in their favour.
homebrewruss
Posts: 103
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 19:22
Adoubleuk, think you misinterpreted the reply. He meant they should try and resolve the issue with some share dealing platforms (eg Halifax) not allowing shares to be bought in RBD.
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,042
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 18:01
chrishutch,

"The team really should be pushing to rectify this issue"

Why? Spreadbetting isn't investment. Try 'mug's game' instead. Spreadbetting can also be detrimental to a share's actual value for real investors.
Genghis15
Posts: 3,829
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Brent
Mon 16:45
I stand corrected thanks 4 those putting me straight.
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 16:26
Thanks
RHI87
Posts: 242
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 16:10
https://youtu.be/yUAO_RZGpMs

Nice bit of exposure about 10 mins in
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 15:44
Should not be long to wait now, you can see more and more twitter users finding, researching and buying rbd each day. Some of them with vast amounts of followers. So once they are loaded up they will no doubt start promoting rbd.
I don’t know if it will be news or social awareness but I feel we should start to climb soon.

I am out but someone else post a link today’s video interview on this site would they.
TheQuietus
Posts: 275
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 13:52
Hi Chris, I have not been able to open SB on RBD in a good few weeks... have tried a few times as I like to know when IG won't offer a price, often a sign of good things (not always of course). If you are buying shares via IG then of course no problem. Looking forward to the news flow... still...
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Monroe spud imminently
Mon 13:24
Agree with Everything you said! Rspronson.
chrishutch
Posts: 6,374
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.725
RE: Investment in RBD
Mon 13:21
Strange I have an account with them as back up and they were offering positions. Maybe with the volume of halifax and Lloyds traders opening long positions on Reabold they have limited their exposure now.

The team really should be pushing to rectify this issue. Lots will miss out on the price climb here once results from portfolio of assets start coming through.




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