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Angus Energy announces transformational joint venture with Cuadrilla & Lucas Energy
Aim-listed Mongolian explorer Petro Matad to drill four wells in 2018


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Member Since: Wed, 16th Nov 2016

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 8,997
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 318

Last Posted: Sat 16:55


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Sat 16:55

Will that be 'cautiousSid' ? I know that one. Seem to have gone AWOL.

This other fella: will that be 'cautiousRalph' OR RalphLauren ?......LoL
Fri 16:18

I say these MMs are a bunch of MFs.
Fri 16:17

MMs scum....

Raised the spread 1.20-1.40

putting Buys at 1.27 but showing as Sells.

Just do dummy Deal and you can see their games.
Fri 15:49

Oil price 2 years ago was around $30 a barrel, dropping at one point to about $25. That would have been the single most factor putting off any potential Farm-In partner.

Fast forward 2 years. Oil Prices started rising in the last 6-7 months with Brent crude touching $70 just recently. Analysts forecasts now are for $80 a barrel. That changes the whole Farm-In situation making it quite profitable for the players. Add to that favourable & positive Govt stance and we could be well on our way in 2018.

Some folks keep banging the same old drum, seen it all before, etc. etc. Need to put in perspective the reasons Farm-In did not happen 2 years ago. It was not economic before. Now will oil price more than Double, I can see all the hallmarks of a Farm-In deal happening now and soon.
Fri 15:08

MTR and PJ realise that currently Thor is significantly undervalued, so do I.

Price has been pretty stable despite some Warrant holders flipping. Lot of upside here both near and long term.
Fri 14:09

Laallee,

Hahaha. Yes I am positive about my investments. I chose them carefully factoring in certain element of risk just like all stocks but with maximum potential upside. Have to take risks on board for maximum rewards. BPC should come good. I see 2018 as a defining year. Should make all the wait & suffering from past years worthwhile.
Fri 13:07

Davie,

Every thing is Speculation, be it AIM, Oil, Gold, interest rates, FTSE, Dow, etc.

If you are a LTH and bought at 25p or at whatever cost, there is more positive sentiment & environment shaping up now than 2 years ago.

Disagree with you on if we will see 25p again ? From what I read, these are very large structures, with each one capable of +1 Billion barrels of oil. On a good strike, this could be close to £1.00 if not over.
Fri 12:39

Davie,

If Farm-In deal comes in next few weeks, where do you see the price?
Fri 11:31

April time line for Spud might be extended by the Govt. if Farm-In deal talks are already in progress meaning slightly delayed Spud date while BPC formally conclude negotiations. Don't see any issues there.
Govt is not the barrier, quite the opposite actually. Would expect price to creep up between now and April unless Farm-In deal comes in early.
Fri 11:21

Govt is fully committed to establishing the Petroleum industry and has given its full backing for BPC. That is a significant endorsement. BPC is their only horse on this race to get them over the finish line. Like I said earlier, will not surprise me at all if Govt was already involved in brokering a Farm-In deal behind the scenes.


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