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Share Price: 32.25Bid: 32.25Ask: 33.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Falkland O&g
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 2.33%Open: 33.00High: 35.00Low: 31.75Yesterday’s Close: 32.25


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surf1
Posts: 1,229
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RE: fogl
17 Jan '15
I agree, should hit 30p leading up to March.
cookiecrew
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RE: fogl
17 Jan '15
Good time to buy gold stocks aswell imho
cookiecrew
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Price:20.38
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fogl
17 Jan '15
Good time to buy ATM here,with drill program due to start and oil price IMHO will start to rise q4
eegbvi
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Crude Price
17 Jan '15
Mikemike very relevant but over time not now.
The only thing of relevance now is the rate of
shale oil bankruptcies which should peak over the next two months. Then the Saudis
will then turn the taps down.
mikemike
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RE: crude oil price
17 Jan '15
Maybe I did not read this article slowly enough. No where did I see that demand has forced supply so hard because there are more people on the planet who want energy than ever before. Supply has got a temporary edge as more people use at a lower rate and that rate will grow.

Example China has a population 8 times that of the USA, yet the USA has 8 times more cars on the road than China. Will supply cover growing demand as fast as that? India a similar equation with variable at 6 not 8.

Additionally the easier to get at oil is history as are the big finds. Now it appears it is hard to get at and very expensive.

Not sure I saw any variables in that article just a series of historical constants. Interesting in themselves but are they relevant now?
Mulder
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eegbvi
16 Jan '15
I hope the recent rise in oil price is not a false dawn - that would be a big let down.

Have you heard anything about Afren and the possible T/O or merger which is more likely in opinion.
The deadline for Seplat is Monday.

The SP barely rose today which is worrying - there were rumours that SA PETRO or a Qatari company may also bid for Afren.

Have you heard anything?
Can't believe it has dropped from a high of 169p to 29p in a matter of months!
With production ~40K bopd
murrcolr1
Posts: 120
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Oil closes up
16 Jan '15
for first week in eight after supportive reports

U.S. crude oil prices staunched seven weeks of losses rising 33 cents on the week as it rallied just before settlement because of short covering ahead of the contract expiration Tuesday.

Prices received a strong boost from a report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which said there were signs lower prices had begun to curb production in some areas, including North America.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/01/16/us-markets-oil-idUSKBN0KP06L20150116
PottyTime
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Sp
16 Jan '15
This sp is becoming as straight as one of Ben Fogl's oars. Didn't get my 23p but it didn't visit 19p either. Oil is stabilizing and forward rates improving. Some big options expiring too, can see this heading up again soon.
Good times.
A bonzer weekend to all in the parish.
eegbvi
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Oil Price
16 Jan '15
CNN just released report from IEA suggesting oil price will rise Q4
this year. Go to -
http://www.iea.org/newsroomandevents/2015/january/IEAreleases-
oil-market-report-for-January.html.
My own OPEC soundings suggest it will likely be earlier in Q3 but
a lot depends on US shale oil bankruptcies which are expected to
peak in May pre maturity of drillers high yield bonds which now form
a very large proportion of US bank loans. At worst a lot of US banks
especially the big ones will be asking the Fed for another bail out.
Not as bad as the mortgage loans perhaps but bad enough. They've
done it again. !!





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