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Share Price: 0.145Bid: 0.14Ask: 0.15Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on New World Oil
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 0.16High: 0.16Low: 0.145Yesterday’s Close: 0.145


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Arminius
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.73
Denmark - South Jutland licence
28 May '14
German Major acquires acreage south of NEW's Jutland licence.

22 May 2014

A new Open Door licence - 1/14 - was awarded on 21 May 2014 to Jutland Petroleum GmbH (80 %) and Nordsøfonden (20 %) with Jutland Petroleum as the operator of the licence.
The licence comprises an area in Southern Jutland.

Jutland Petroleum (German Major Deutsche Rohstoffe)

Also:

Denmark Jutland

In order to secure the extension to 17 June 2014, New World Oil has committed to a passive gas survey to expand its existing prospect inventory in an effort to determine the best possible candidate for a slim-hole well.

"We’re right up onto a drilling commitment there in Denmark which we’re keen on and our partner, our Kuwaiti partner, is keen on pursuing those, so there’s going to be no impact whatsoever on those."

0.73p to Buy
 
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,947
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
All good stuff....
26 May '14
""After well over fifty years of foreign ownership restrictions, Kuwait has finally opened the door to total foreign ownership in both listed and non-listed shareholding companies......."

http://news.kuwaittimes.net/door-total-foreign-ownership-companies-opened-kuwait/
iamrich
Posts: 322
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
not in this share?
25 May '14
If your not then F off, stop spending all you time here if your not invested,
Arminius
Posts: 3,723
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.75
NEW - 4 big projects - summary
24 May '14
BELIZE

Petroleum companies with Exploration Acreages

1. Perenco (owned by French Billionaire Perrod)
2. Pacific Rubiales (Canadian Oil Major, in Alliance with Perenco and M&P (Niel)
3. US Capital Energy/Hupecol
4. Maranco Energy
5. New World Oil and Gas (Blue Creek, West Gallon Jug, 100% working interest)
6. BelGeo
7. Providence Energy
8. Princess Petroleum

Belize drilling schedule for 2014

Maranco Energy appraisal number three confirms 50 million barrels of oil reservoir.
(Immediately south of NEWs Blue Creek licence)

Perenco..........300km 2D seismic and 1 well.
USCapital Energy/Hupecol....2 wells.
Providence Energy.........155 line kms of 2D seismic.
Pacific Rubiales (PR)......600 line kms of 2D.

Farm-out with Niels French associates likely

DENMARK onshore

Jutland Petroleum (German Major Deutsche Rohstoffe)
Total
New World Oil (holding the largest onshore licence)

1/09 and 2/09 Block, Danica Jutland (licence extended until mid june)
1/08 Block, Danica Resources (Baltic region)
Drilling decision, farm out tba, house hold name?

KUWAIT

Oil licence to explore, drill, export
Details tba
(Mr Foucher: "Drilling in Kuwait is without risk, the question is whether the result is positive or very positive."

WEST AFRICA

São Tomé EEZ
Current licensing bid round, awaiting results

Block 1 and 6 Galp Energia, New World Oil
Block 1 Blue Skies World
Block 6 Global Energy

Allocated so far

Block 2 Sinoangol (China's Sinopec)
Block 3 Oranto-Petroleum
Block 4 and 11 EHRC
Block 5 and 12 Equator Exploration

CAR oil blocks in the north? Congo - B?
Richie_
Posts: 1,266
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
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RE: Arminius
24 May '14
Not sure -I first noticed him and NEW a few weeks back. I'm very new to shares so a bit clueless, but Arminius' ernest repetition made me think his motivations weren't entirely altruistic :) no offence to you arminius, I might be wrong!

Plus listening to an interview with William Kelleher put me off a bit... Dunno. I'm just monitoring to see if anything changes.
Yuffspetpoodl
Posts: 112
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Price:0.75
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RE: Arminius
24 May '14
What price did he start ramping it?
Just so I can work out how wrong he has been.
Richie_
Posts: 1,266
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Price:0.75
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RE: Arminius
24 May '14
Arminius was one of the reasons I didn't buy NEW :)

I wonder if he's actually a really good de-ramper?
robdoubler
Posts: 129
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
midcap 10p
23 May '14
I would have sold a long time ago i'm 95% down now. But its literally not worth selling this low i'd rather lose it all because if I was to sell at this price I would have enough money maybe to buy a Mcdonalds or a curry at a push, so maybe just a few £, after dealer fees. But if I stay in there is a chance this may do good in a few years.

I'm getting annoyed that they are taking so long to do the so-called deals billion $ deals get done quicker and they are far more complicated.

I would like them to reach midcap in a year or a year and a half, but they are taking their sweet time to make it up to 2 or even 3p at the moment.
paulie3
Posts: 463
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.75
arminius
23 May '14
no buys showing up yet
paulie3
Posts: 463
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.73
multi bagger soon
23 May '14
discount sp buy under subscription price no brainer





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