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Uk Oil & Gas Share Chat (UKOG)



Share Price: 1.80Bid: 1.75Ask: 1.85Change: -0.05 (-2.70%)Faller - Uk Oil & Gas
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 5.71%Open: 1.85High: 1.85Low: 1.725Yesterday’s Close: 1.85


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brotherant
Posts: 610
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: talk
Today 23:21
Only the people on site. I see it as one of these options

1). Bigger pump and more perfs for greater flow
2). Portland issues needing more perfs (but eyes on site said flare stack running) meaning the well was still flowing up to the last minute
3) perfing the kimms whilst the pump is out and will run tests on both layers
4) perfing kimm as Portland has finished

Not sure what else is could be
 
bobrad
Posts: 109
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
talk
Today 23:10
does anyone really know whats going on,all this talk from folk, speculation,and rubbish,does anyone really know.bigger pumps,bigger this and bigger that.what is going on ?????
JiffyBag
Posts: 2,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 23:06
Too many 'Armchair Experts' , many of whom fail to do any research into the documentation that is already out there before coming on here with their theories.

Theories for that is what they are, but they are not at the actual coalface and that is the issue.
Sarir
Posts: 529
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.80
RE: Sarir
Today 23:04
All will be revealed within the next few months, I’m very positive and will remain heavily invested in UKOG, but you need balls to be in the AIM Casino and I’ve got massive balls Night night all and good luck
Deefer
Posts: 157
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:57
There’s another one filtered, just for the comment alone!
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:55
Concrete
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:54
I wonder if the Italian mafia supplied the concert for the wells? (;
Dorkingman
Posts: 68
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Sarir
Today 22:53
For now - for once - we agree. But i still stand by - why perf more when the portland is supposedly naturally fractured and with longer tests we can ascertain its sustainability and pressure. Its just a simple question. results over a few hours of testing are hardly commensurate with - hard testing and statistical , hard core evidence. leave the perfs, carry on longer tests on the portland. Why mess it up ?
jmhy
Posts: 2,559
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Hold
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:52
If you dont like share move on shut the fucxk up buy in some where else and give them your so called wisdom and leave this bb alone...pester another with your "wisdom"
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Commingled test
Today 22:49
Governing bodies in the UK don't mean anything to oil company's! There's more loopholes than a ***** all the environmental agencies will be focusing on is visual! There a total waste of space, everything they prech is out of a book from university, so real life exsperance or skills what so ever! Pen pushers.
Sarir
Posts: 529
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Sarir
Today 22:48
Dorkingman- I understand what your saying, but I find it hard to believe that the decision to install a bigger pump was SS alone, I worked with lots of oil field company men, Slumberger, Halliburton who made the decisions on site, for them to decide that we require a bigger pump, I would have thought the volume of oil was there IMO
Dorkingman
Posts: 68
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:45
They may think the near wellbore formation is suffering from either drilling muds (some skin damage), or that the formation has actually plugged off at the perforations and is limiting inflow to the wellbore. So simply go in and hot it with deep penetration guns again and blow more holes to hopefully access the cleaner formation behind. But i think this maybe deja vu - just blow the thing away with perfs - big guns. Sarir - what the hell do i know - i am not an oiler or a photographer.
jmhy
Posts: 2,559
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Hold
Price:1.80
RE: Sarir
Today 22:43
Dork where is your evidence ? I've been here since 2013 nought in at .06 stop shovelling shat upstairs and go deramp somewhere else
LEJOGB440
Posts: 7,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Commingled test
Today 22:43
Cindy, they dont just do what they like. They have to follow OGA, environmental and planning consent.

Thats what is approved.
JiffyBag
Posts: 2,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:43
Careful folks, I think Newchurch is back in disguise :)
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:41
You don't need to test the Portland they could bypass it no problem at all.
LEJOGB440
Posts: 7,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:40
Cindy, you need to test the portland before you can test the kims. You work from the top down. Portland being the top, kim 3 the bottom.
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Commingled test
Today 22:40
We can all copy and paste! On AIM a RNS does not mean crap.. fully funded hey? what what the last RNS
seadoc
Posts: 210
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Dorking
Today 22:40
So a geologist is needed to find oil but to produce it you need an oilman?
LEJOGB440
Posts: 7,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Commingled test
Today 22:38
If time permits a test combining the KL4 and KL3 (a commingled test) may be undertaken. Each test will utilise existing perforated zones as per the 2016 test programme. The expected duration of the full flow programme is around 150 day
Cindy888
Posts: 482
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:38
So if that's the case why not go stright for the kim? Why even test the Portland.. the Portland is the base, if you get the base correct then you can build the house. They need the Portland it's the backbone of the opparation.
Dorkingman
Posts: 68
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
Sarir
Today 22:35
He has ramped up the pump which unloads the wellbore storage faster but is not sustainable at that rate. You do not need a bigger pump for the Portland. You might for the Kimmeridge. Go figure. But be careful, the same man that was the majordomo at BB, is now the man at HH. The main man at HH first time around was a different man. Just saying.
All we have is more photos. Strange not Hoyer but BKP. Lots of inconsistencies.
LEJOGB440
Posts: 7,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: summary
Today 22:32
Thats right. The portland was the easy target, the safe bet, the 75% risk adverse layer on which the CPR was produced.

This is now a formality to becomming commercial. The kims are the jewel in the crown.

For me im not bothered about the portland as we know it flows across the basin.

Get those kims right and its a bumper payday.

For me, the risk is being ticked off, albeit slowly.
pijoe1212
Posts: 5,548
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: The Murky Pond
Today 22:31
jptop7

what a load of tosh you post..i assume that is a joke..fab post..!!!LOL
Sarir
Posts: 529
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.80
RE: Operationally
Today 22:29
Bring it on :-))




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