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Share Price: 63.00Bid: 63.50Ask: 64.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.79%Open: 64.00High: 69.00Low: 62.75Yesterday’s Close: 63.00


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skierpaul
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comeback.
3 Aug '14
Prodigal son may return soon after having spent some considerable time in Kurdistan. Currently licking considerably financial wounds inflicted by a variety of people including the bod there... Only got myself to blame... I should have learnt from the undeliverable promises made by bod here... Remember the 200%-300% uplift from 385 p as xel was then! Still, I've always thought xel would come good and with the middle east situation and Ukraine/Russia proving an absolute imperative to develop our own resources and pretty damn quick... The government need to wake up now and get it sdorted..atb all
 
Blue-Eyes
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HB
3 Aug '14
I would assume that since it appears that Amec are having more to do with it that they might have a similar arrangement to that they carried out for Fairfield initially
highlandsbull
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RE: RE: Vacancy
3 Aug '14
I wonder what happened to XER's application to be a duty holder, that should have been settled a long time ago.
ugiebear
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RE: Vacancy
3 Aug '14
The expiry dates tie in with AMEC's stated aim of commencing the detailed FEED design phase during Q4. Also worth noting AMEC and Arup announced their collaboration on 14 April 2014, and the job vacancy was published on 22 April.

It's unlikely they would commence complex front end engineering design work without funding (and subsequent FDP) being either in place, or very close to being approved IMO.

Having began the programme last year, they of all people should know the projected timelines.

12 June 2013
'XER and AMEC will shortly commence a front-end engineering and design (FEED) programme, during which the terms for a wider services agreement are expected to be formulated to include project and programme management and controls, further detailed engineering and design, fabrication management, sub-contractor management, hook-up and commissioning, operations and maintenance planning and system build, and Duty Holder services.'

http://www.xcite-energy.com/investors/regulatory-news/rns-news/11611136

and more recently...

14 April 2014
'During the initial concept assurance phase of the work, AMEC and Arup will be developing the ACE design to allow Xcite to take a final investment decision. The concept work will be executed from AMEC’s London office.

This latest agreement reinforces the MoU signed between AMEC and Xcite in 2013 to develop a wider services agreement for the Bentley field to cover key items of the field development scope and the ongoing field operations.'

http://www.amec.com/media/news_releases/2014/amec

Looks like the final investment decision will soon be made IMO.
highlandsbull
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RE: Vacancy
3 Aug '14
But the timing at least indicates something's still in the works.
highlandsbull
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RE: Vacancy
3 Aug '14
Unfortunately it slightly seems to give the impression they've not yet found suitable candidates to fill the vacancies.
MarkESmith
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Funding
2 Aug '14
Can someone please outline what they consider the current funding gap actually is, including the $135m debt? It would also be interesting to hear views regarding the amount you estimate Service Companies will fund, debt and any equity-based funding. Please note I am referring only to the post-FDP approval funding gap to cash-flow neutral, not anything pre-FDP approval. Thank you in advance.
CHAPPI
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Vacancy
2 Aug '14
Notice that the Wells Project Managers role has had it's expiry date pushed from the 31/07/14 to 31/08/14, coincidentally the vacancies for NDS and Completions Engineer for the NS (which were posted by SPD on a recruitment website on the same date as the WPM vacancy, 22nd April) have too had there expiry dates pushed from 31/07/14 to 31/08/14.

Just a coincidence I'm sure!
highlandsbull
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RE: morning all
2 Aug '14
I had a grip of the finances four years ago in expectation XER were go for phase 1, and subsequently with the unused RBL.. The finances imo have not been the problem, it's been delays and expensive amendments re getting DECC approvals and a partner for what they've wanted to do.
marthasson
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morning all
2 Aug '14
highlands........excuse my suspicions but was that a more positive post last night.......you finally got to grips with the finances :-)



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