Last year, the Form included two columns, Brent & Bentley, the HO being 88% of Brent. So, IMO c. 94 => c. 107 & c. 92 => c. 104.5 for Brent. So I looked for these numbers in the Oct 2012 and Oct 2013 mcdan reports, to see what they meant (and as to how well mcdan had done tbh - well don't look at their latest, it's c. 6% down during our peak, using original timing).
Not looking for a dream share, looking to get out of investing in stock market now but would just like to get the money I invested back (like so many on here). I can wait to see the year out here hence hoping for a spike to give me the chance to bail out.
We now have the Annual update required by Canada, just the day after Blue-Eyes comment/reminder!
I see many extracts already - for me Oil up Cost up Price down.
But is there more hidden in the price statement? "Approximate 2% reduction in the forward looking initial Brent oil price from approximately $94 equivalent per barrel to approximately $92 equivalent per barrel, to reflect the latest available McDaniel forecast with effect from October 1, 2013 as published at www.mcdan.com."
Where do these numbers come from? The nearest I can see to 94 in the old Form is 2019 but in the new data it is not 92, phew.
It is for 2020 though. In line with a new Bressay?
Jeez I certainly don't want to have to wait another 3 to 5 years for a TO.... Already been here 3 years!!! Personally I'm just hoping for a spike to anything between 150 -175p this year snd I will be long gone. Next question is will we get anywhere near 150-175p this year ??
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