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Share Price: 1.175Bid: 1.15Ask: 1.20Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Uk Oil & Gas
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 4.35%Open: 1.125High: 1.225Low: 1.075Yesterday’s Close: 1.175


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Ninetails
Posts: 1,176
Opinion:Hold
Price:1.175
RE: Mexico
Today 17:54
Agree that is why I am so against it when the rampers talk about utilising old pipework for the transportation of crude oil...
 
northfork
Posts: 236
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
Mexico
Today 17:15
While some of us are getting excited by our news, lets remember this can b a dangerous industry. My sympathies go out to the killed and injured in Mexico. It seems as if it was caused by thieves. Keep safe UKOG.
wizard125
Posts: 1,306
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Tankers?
Today 14:56
Sorry for the double post.

Internet problems.
wizard125
Posts: 1,306
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Tankers?
Today 14:55
I'll leave it with you querty59 as a simple question only requires a simple answer.

Either you know or you don't.

Stupid answers come from stupid people.
wizard125
Posts: 1,306
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Tankers?
Today 14:54
I'll leave it with you querty59 as a simple question only requires a simple answer.

Either you know or you don't.

Stupid answers come from stupid people.
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 14:15
Yes sorry I did start to woffle
bladehater
Posts: 1,201
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 14:06
PITW,
You stated "Current flow would indicate levels around 650-700 bopd from hh-1"

Current means now, so I'm right current flows are around 300bopd, why not admit it instead of waffling on?
Scandic
Posts: 2,151
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
Refiltered
Today 14:00
Presumably unfiltered on probation and then sentenced to solitary confinement in the bin. No appeal possible since nothing can be read by the judge.

Scarry indeed.

Something for the European Court of Human Rights. Need to get them involved before the end of March.
Qwerty59
Posts: 1,423
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Tankers?
Today 12:28
Take
Qwerty59
Posts: 1,423
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Tankers?
Today 12:27
Wizard - I hand back over for your custody “The most stupid post” - Taje care of it until you can hand it over to someone else - lol
wasred
Posts: 1,027
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.175
RE: Panic Ridden Derampers
Today 12:14
JBG I note your replies (22.55) to my questions. From the, I deduce that you are a swing trader, whatever that means; personally I dress to the right. I also determined that you feel yourself to be a superior (Godlike) being whose research has led him to believe that his knowledge is far greater than the rest of the PIs who post on this BB. Due to this superiority over us mere mortals you have elected yourself to be our saviour and are now on a crusade to save us from ourselves. Thank you for your altruistic intentions, but I feel certain the majority of posters would prefer to make, and hopefully enjoy, their own decisions. Of course, if you have inside knowledge and are privy to information (from the heaves !!) of which we are unaware, feel free to impart it. IF not, you may keep your evangelical tendencies to the other 16 BBs on which you post which will possibly be more welcoming. Now re-filtered. GLA
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 11:59
So hh-2 will be a horizontal through the Portland? Thanks for clearing that up penguins
hope9
Posts: 549
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
Mad Thought
Today 11:57
PLUTO (second world war pipeline under the ocean) runs I believe from somewhere near Isle of Wight to the French coast. Only about 25 miles.
hope9
Posts: 549
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
TOTAL
Today 11:53
Own 23% of TELLURIAN who own 35% of HH. Tellurian having free ride up to production but then will have to pay 35% of production costs. This means IMHO that TOTAL own about 8% of HH through Tellurian and will therefore be contributing that percentage of costs. Total is French who have banned onshore drilling over there so perhaps we could see Total taking a larger share once final test results are known. GLA
wizard125
Posts: 1,306
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Price:1.175
Tankers?
Today 11:45
Was there one or two tankers out on Friday as I missed the update?
Vernony
Posts: 2,926
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 11:32
I would have thought that they reinsert the pipe with an unperforated pipe going past the Portland and possibly a cement liner as well covering that area ?
Penguins
Posts: 1,224
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:54
Correction HH-1 will be sidetracked into the Kimmeridge.
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:52
Ok thanks I understand penguins, what I was referring to was the overall production from hh-1 is actually around 650 although we are just producing from the kimmeridge at the moment. Yes once the Portland is sidetracked then that will be constant. I suppose until the Portland is side tracked the only production is coming from the kimmeridge
Penguins
Posts: 1,224
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Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:48
PITW,

Erm,

don't understand your question - you're the one that suggested they also produce from the Portland to get to 650 bopd.

To do that they would need to install a new completion - production pipes down the well, packers, pumps etc to separately produce from the Portland and Kimmeridge and thus seperately monitor production.

But it would incur unnecessary costs and risk.

HH-1 is eventually going to be sidetracked horizontally and will only produce from the Portland in the future
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:36
How can they identify the size of kl3-4 resivour if oil is still coming from the Portland?
Penguins
Posts: 1,224
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:33
PITW,

that assumes it's worth stopping production from the KL3/4, killing the well, removing the completion, installing a new completion that separately covers the 2/3 zones (and any associated risks) and then start up production again.
Penguins
Posts: 1,224
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:30
PITW,
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 10:00
Yes but they’re only producing from the kimmeridge currently. Add in the Portland
bladehater
Posts: 1,201
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 09:43
Hope you're right. Where did you get this info from??.
Mine is from RNS of 303bopd steady state flow AND fact that only 2 tankers are coming out per day (plus none from Sat dinner to Mon morn).
2 tankers over 5.5 days is around 320ish.
PITW
Posts: 166
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.175
RE: Oil News Production cuts
Today 09:33
Current flow would indicate levels around 650-700 bopd from hh-1




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