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Share Price: 38.00Bid: 37.75Ask: 38.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.32%Open: 39.00High: 39.00Low: 36.75Yesterday’s Close: 38.00


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ugiebear
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RE: export quality Bentley crude..
Today 21:59
No, 38% to keep it fluid is factually incorrect.

It's all in the public domain if you bother to research properly. Up to 25% is required for the Bentley blend - anything over that is to merely enhance it.

Kind of adding further value as it were...
 
neilyone
Posts: 73
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Price:38.00
boss007
Today 18:34
the difference is, a parrot has the ability to think
for itself
greatstuff
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RE: Seriously all these MOU's are w..
Today 18:33
Nobody has bought the XEL IP that still belongs to Xcite Energy they got !5million for well test information and the IP was not compromised , I suggest you check back the earlier RNSs for the information.
greatstuff
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RE: Why isn't XEL's IP not being us..
Today 18:30
Has XEL bought the Mariner field ?
boss007
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RE: export quality Bentley crude...
Today 18:22
Rowman......a man of a thousand questions...........shame you only have a few brain cells.......you my annoying friend remind of a parrot........
Rowman_Oohmwrels
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RE: export quality Bentley crude...
Today 18:12
Approximately 38% of the 210,000 barrels was purchased light oil, so as to keep the mix fluid. Is that correct ugie ?
ugiebear
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export quality Bentley crude...
Today 18:05
here's what Teekay had to say on the matter.

'The Bentley field, located to the East of the Shetland Islands is one of the largest undeveloped oil fields in the North Sea. The field contains an estimated 550 million barrels of heavy oil in place. Following the successful completion of flow tests in 2010, Xcite approached Teekay for innovative ideas to support the Pre-Production Extended Well Test (EWT) in order to further appraise the field. Teekay developed an innovative proposal and nominated the DP 2 Shuttle Tanker Scott Spirit.

On July 5th 2012, the vessel connected to a 1.8 km long flexible pipeline which was linked to the rig Rowan Norway, ready to receive the oil. 73 days later, Scott Spirit had approximately 210,000 bbls of export quality Bentley blend crude on board - the test was successfully completed.

Xcite confirmed that all targets were achieved safely and expediently, noting that the successful EWT marked a turning point in the future commercialization of the Bentley field.'

http://www.teekay.com/business/shuttle-and-floating-storage-and-offloading/shuttle-fso-news/default.aspx

Teekay liked what they found so much, they came back for more and joined the Bentley Development Group. And of course are also supplying another tanker - hope it's a big one.
ugiebear
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consternation...
Today 18:00
right enuff... ;-)
ugiebear
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what was the percentage...
Today 17:56
the SP jumped during the week again?

Thanks in advance.
Rowman_Oohmwrels
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RE: as anticipated...
Today 17:44
So you think there's nothing wrong with using the peak liquid production from sometime midway through the next decade, as average sales figures every fortnight ?





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