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San Leon Share Chat (SLE)



Share Price: 29.35Bid: 29.10Ask: 29.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.72%Open: 30.00High: 30.00Low: 29.30Yesterday’s Close: 29.35


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Brotherseven
Posts: 1,014
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
RE: -ve
Sun 16:51
One would hope so,though I don’t see OP @100USD,more likely 85-90 ,and a rising tide lifts all stocks?GL
 
SkullBone
Posts: 36
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
RE: -ve
Sat 14:04
I must say it’s a much nicer board when we are nice to each other ...glad you are making a profit with some of your shares... buying a dog can be bad for your health.. surely most oil shares will go up if we approach the $100 mark
Brotherseven
Posts: 1,014
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
RE: -ve
Sat 10:44
Not really my assessment of Sle is unchanged.PVR has been good to me over years ,sold a few years ago with substantial profit and its prospects look somewhat better now and at least it’s not Nigerian graveyard!
SkullBone
Posts: 36
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
RE: -ve
Sat 10:11
Wow B7 you are actually positive about SLE is the royal wedding fever getting to you lol
Brotherseven
Posts: 1,014
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
RE: -ve
Sat 03:58
PVR up nicely and decent volume yesterday,Brent crude up ,WTI up .
fracker
Posts: 186
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.35
-ve
Fri 17:22
Hard to believe.
Despite all the positivity and the books posted by links sp still falls.omg
honestsid
Posts: 1,924
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:31.15
RE: More Production Trouble & Loss
Tue 14:49
I was going by what slinky said on the III board a few months ago, about how Shell had lifted their force majeure on the pipeline so we will not be suffering from loss of production anymore. The article mentions Midwestern as being an effected oiler. Slinky also mentioned that the Umusadege to Eriemu pipeline could be used as an alternative if the militant Niger Deltas blew up other pipelines. Perhaps I should not listen to slinky!

No time to check further but happy to take on board your research BS if you have links to the pipelines SLE use.

Midwestern acquired an interest in OML 18 (Eroton E & P Company Ltd), one of the Divested Assets of Shell Petroleum Development Co. Midwestern is the operator of Umugini Asset Company Limited (UACL), a pipeline company which constructed a 51.4km pipeline from Umusadege to Eriemu for injecting crude into the Trans Forcados Pipeline. The UACL pipeline has a design capacity of 45,000bbls per day.
BlackSwan
Posts: 686
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:31.15
RE: More Production Trouble & Loss
Tue 12:27
ER Please correct me I thought we were in the Eastern Niger Delta not the western Niger Delta?
honestsid
Posts: 1,924
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:31.15
More Production Trouble & Loss
Tue 08:44
"oil firms operating in the western Niger Delta are losing roughly 250,000 barrels of oil per day (b/d) owing to the closure of the Trans-Forcados Pipeline," May 15th 2018.

Nigeria eh, nothing ever goes smoothly ( see RNS report 21st feb "and delays in production increases, continue largely to be attributable to three main factors: (i) workover/drilling progress (ii) production downtime and (iii) estimated pipeline losses.")

"affected are marginal field operators such as Pillar Oil, Energia, Platform Petroleum, and Midwestern Oil."

" oil firms operating in the western Niger Delta are losing roughly 250,000 barrels of oil per day (b/d) owing to the closure of the Trans-Forcados Pipeline, following a leakage discovered on the facility, THISDAY has learnt."

https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2018/05/15/fg-oil-firms-lose-250000bpd-of-crude-oil-to-closure-of-trans-forcados-pipeline/
99icecream
Posts: 20
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:31.15
RE: X2 Huge trades
14 May '18
Almost certainly a crossing trade at mid-market. A fund manager is selling from one fund and buying into another fund which have different beneficial owners. To ensure both seller and buyer are treated fairly the trade is done on a matched basis via the market at the mid-price. The broker charges a small fee for doing this (in this case probably the £100 difference in price).




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