Now back in the day, when things were bad , you knew that you would be under water-------now it seems that if you were underwater back in the day, then tomorrow will be genial and you can read that across the basin, which won't be as bad as back in the day when it was. - ----Think I've got it now thanks Links----lol
will not read across sid mousa as,the back basin(which galp are drilling) back in the day was onshore but genel/sle beleive Sidney was charged from what was offshore back in the day So Jurassic but different sources!! so basically if they have a bad result which I hope they don't wont read across our drill with genel..links
San Leon Energy Plc (LON:SLE)‘s stock had its “speculative buy” rating restated by equities research analysts at Beaufort Securities in a research note issued to investors on Friday.
San Leon Energy Plc (LON:SLE) opened at 2.65 on Friday. San Leon Energy Plc has a 52 week low of GBX 1.85 and a 52 week high of GBX 6.62. The stock has a 50-day moving average of GBX 2.38 and a 200-day moving average of GBX 3.2.
A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on SLE. Analysts at FinnCap reiterated a “corporate” rating on shares of San Leon Energy Plc in a research note on Tuesday, July 1st. They now have a GBX 15 ($0.25) price target on the stock. Separately, analysts at Westhouse Securities reiterated a “buy” rating on shares of San Leon Energy Plc in a research note on Monday, June 30th. They now have a GBX 7.60 ($0.13) price target on the stock.
San Leon Energy plc is engaged in the exploration and production of oil and gas. The Company holds a 100% participating interest in the Durresi Block, offshore Albania.
from experience sle always work in advance the permits were already sort when TaT/BH were so called involved..pnr will be drilling rawicz/siekierki imo as these will produce quicker..its been a while since last pnr rns so imo I think we could here something on location and timelines..as I say imo..BH will no doubt work for sle somewhere on their portfolio as will Halliburton..san leons acreage is huge and these guys are after income and if sle offer it no doubt they would take it.......sid mousa..genel/sle..like this prospect and are hoping for good things..so fingers crossed for them and tpet for Monday!
Morning Links, thanks for your thoughts, ---yes TPET is the going to be very important for us and I forgot all about it.--It's anyone's guess what they'll come out with on Mon, and everything from a strike to a P&A is possible, so we'll have to wait and see and hope it's good news.----Not to be unkind to BNK but they do seem to have made a bit of a pigs ear out of this well, with far too much experimenting with different techniques that has left them with a hotchpot of fracs, and only "a few" of them flowing properly.---Even the company can't put a fig on how many are performing at the moment (I have asked), as some are only partially flowing and it's difficult at this stage to work out where the flows are coming from. As they have only recovered about 21% of the frac fluids so far, it will improve as they get more fluids out, and then the down hole gauges will be able to asses how many fracs are fully working and what the flow per frac really is ----this is the important number---Then they can work out whether to go for a producing, or another tester-----but overall they are very pleased with the information they have gained from this well, and are very positive. -Interesting comment of yours about SLE having already got the permits for PNR,--- so do you expect them to start any operations before the 3 legs results come in, because even if 3legs only take 60 days that will put us into Oct, and the start of the Polish winter-------------------I'm guessing that SLE, BNK, and 3LEG are sharing information at this stage, and so SLE/PNR may be able to pick up pointers, from 3 leg, early enough to allow them to start before the good weather runs out, and that would really set the SP alight. -Barryroe is well overdue, and like you, I am expecting to hear news from them very shortly, and that again should be good news for our SP. -I was a bit disappointed to see Baker Hughs drop out of the picture, as it sounded like we were on the cusp of a good working relationship there. I'm hoping they will pop up again elsewhere in our portfolio----are you hearing anything ? -REM.
tpet were suspended imo because of the fall in sp over the week ..in their rns before drilling I think they stated they were not going to flow test these upper intervals..we will see how they do but hope they do well as you are right their well will read across ours and onshore where sle have 12 prospects totalling 13.7billion barrels..
sle usually work infront of themselves..permit have already been sort for pnr and I anticipate news of sorts with them soon..imo I don't thing we will have to wait 90 days for the 3legs update..august has just started I think this could be a good month for news with sle..as we still have barryroe in the wings..news with aspect/horizon..rogity..anything good from bnk which flowed on spikes of 1mmcfd with 21%fluids still present is a good initial bit of news..it will be interesting when this fluid is all out and the rate they have then..
3legs I am expecting something special by their update and by their ceo message about success!!..both or one of these will help sle with their JV at lewino..and for JP to talk of 1400 wells..it means GW is a major gas/condensate major resource field on its own..we will see mate..atb links
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