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Share Price: 43.50Bid: 42.25Ask: 43.25Change: 2.00 (+4.82%)Riser - Xcite Energy
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 2.37%Open: 43.75High: 44.75Low: 42.00Yesterday’s Close: 41.50


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ugiebear
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what has the price of beans...
9 Oct '14
got to do with Bentley?

Quite a lot actually.

Supermarkets currently sell a tin of baked beans for around 45p.

How much does it cost to build a supermarket, buy and sell the products, pay for staff costs, transport costs, and also rates and sundry other bills etc. etc?

So how do supermarkets make a profit if a tin of beans (or any other item for that matter), costs so little?

That's right - THEY SELL A LOT OF THEM and harness the benefits of economies of scale.

Which in turn creates profits after the operating costs are paid.

Simple economics...

Over a $100 per barrel - fact. And there are at least 257 million of them...
 
marthasson
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rowman
9 Oct '14
are you invested here?........you make nonsense comments here weekly........why?
mainshare
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RE: re: what are we worth
9 Oct '14
may i suggest....the chancellors autumn budget...and the promised tax concessions to north sea assets!!
Rowman_Oohmwrels
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RE: re: what are we worth
9 Oct '14
Anyone who uses $100 per barrel for worth is completely ignoring the costs of lifting,processing and transport. They are also neglecting the capital expense of development.While they did sell their product from the EWT, they definitely did not make a profit. The delay has been huge, years and years away from what they projected. What is holding them back except for the uncertainty of profit ?
ugiebear
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and remember...
9 Oct '14
With just some of the challenges facing Statoil, Bentley's confirmed reserves (practically right on its own doorstep so to speak), must be worth a significant amount IMO.

Dec. 2013

If Statoil fails to acquire or find and develop additional reserves, Statoil’s reserves and production will decline materially from their current levels.

Successful implementation of Statoil's group strategy is critically dependent on sustaining Statoil’s long-term reserve replacement. If upstream resources are not progressed to proved reserves in a timely manner, Statoil will be unable to sustain the long-term replacement of reserves.

Exploratory drilling involves numerous risks, including the risk that Statoil will encounter no commercially productive oil or natural gas reservoirs.

This could materially adversely affect Statoil’s results. Statoil is exploring or considering exploring in various geographical areas, including the Norwegian Sea, the Barents Sea and onshore and offshore in the USA. In some of these regions, environmental conditions are challenging and costs can be high.

and finally...

Statoil's performance could be impeded if competitors were to develop or ACQUIRE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS TO TECHNOLOGY that Statoil requires or if Statoil's innovation were to lag behind the industry.

http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/8588U_1-2013-12-5.pdf

Now - which company are Statoil currently collaborating with (that has groundbreaking intellectual property rights), and have previously sold certain information to Statoil for $15 million?

Bentley must be an increasingly tempting target for Statoil.

Question is - when will they strike?
ugiebear
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re: what are we worth
9 Oct '14
with 257 mb of confirmed reserves, some of which has already sold for over $100 per barrel, then 257 million barrels would be worth $25.7 billion dollars.

Factor in the estimated total boe of over 900 mb (with a potential target recovery rate of 50% over the life of the field). Therefore it's within the realms of possibility that around 450 mb may eventually be recovered.

Of course the oil price will fluctuate and could be 50% less meaning 257 mb would achieve around $12.75 billion. But of course it will also rise at certain points...

What would this be worth to any company who could afford the development costs?

Quite a lot I would think.
marthasson
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what are we worth
9 Oct '14
how long is a piece of string :-)
The-Lockie
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What are we worth ?
9 Oct '14
So we are where we are at the moment with regards to the sp, but the big question is what are we worth on FDP submission, and what will be worth on Decc approval. Chat on iii saying any buyout of xcite on Decc approval will be multiples from where we are now. Is it better for any buyer to delve in now or wait and pay significantly more on decc sign off ? Would personally hope for a minimum of £1 on a submitted FDP and 150-200p on approval. What do people think it"ll be before and after???
Rivendell666
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Norske costs....
9 Oct '14
"" .... Several key oil and gas developments in Norway will cost much more than earlier expected and fields with approved development plans are now seen 10 percent more expensive than originally planned, the oil and energy ministry said on Wednesday..... ""

http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/135344/Govt_Norways_New_Oil_Developments_Suffer_Cost_Blowouts

Just another positive macro for us. You'd think Stat would be interested in a company which apparently can produce the goodies more efficiently than them ................. ??
highlandsbull
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RE: Scenario 3
9 Oct '14
The Chinese companies have issues with internal corruption to wade through at the moment.



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