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Share Price: 17.75Bid: 16.50Ask: 19.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Andes Energia
Spread: 2.50Spread as %: 15.15%Open: 17.75High: 17.75Low: 17.75Yesterday’s Close: 17.75


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kingkev2
Posts: 52
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Price:17.75
Oil and gas investor
Wed 05:41
 
Bio_tango
Posts: 198
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Price:19.375
Rights Issue
8 Jun '16
Has anyone been through the proposed resolutions document, in particular resolution 9? It seems to page the way for a rights issue and wanted to get other's opinion on it. With the acquisition of Interoil, have they left themselves overexposed with the $99million debt. A rights issue could be used to refinance he debt.
We should also hear about the $23million damages being pursued by Columbia's ANH soon. Andes seemed positive that they would be OK.
Bio_tango
Posts: 198
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Price:19.375
RNS
6 Jun '16
RNS at 07 00 tomorrow for the annual report and notice of AGM
AParky
Posts: 742
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Price:19.375
RE: Boom boom
4 Jun '16
That's an old one, I'll be singing that all night now, not good when your having a walking dead night :)
stef56212
Posts: 78
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Price:19.375
RE: Boom boom
4 Jun '16
AParky
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RE: Boom boom
3 Jun '16
No
stef56212
Posts: 78
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:19.75
Boom boom
3 Jun '16
boom i want you (AEN) in my room...

everybody know how the songs goes...

do we have a lift off here?
stef56212
Posts: 78
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:19.50
RE: Bloomberg article
3 Jun '16
or should i say BOOM article
stef56212
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Price:19.50
RE: Bloomberg article
3 Jun '16
Exxon Mobil Corp. may invest more than $10 billion in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale formation in the next decades, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson said Thursday.
The oil giant has so far invested $200 million in the world’s second largest shale gas deposit, Tillerson said after meeting with Argentine President Mauricio Macri in Buenos Aires. Exxon has received approval to invest $250 million more for a pilot project in the coming months.
If the pilot project is successful, the company will start full development during a period of 20 to 30 years that could involve additional investment “that would be well in excess of $10 billion,” he said.
For Tillerson, Argentina’s vast Vaca Muerta shale region represents an opportunity to reverse production losses and add reserves after a $35 billion wrong-way bet on U.S. natural gas and a Russian exploration venture that was derailed by international sanctions. Exxon, the world’s largest oil explorer by market value, has designated Vaca Muerta as one of nine “key activity” areas in the Western Hemisphere and one of just four in South America, according to company data.
Bio_tango
Posts: 198
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Price:19.50
RE: Bloomberg article
3 Jun '16
Interesting read, King.




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