RE: Hurricane Energy looks to offer a long-term investing opportunity, and without the risks that existi07 Dec 2019 09:47
Watched the Malcy / Dr T int. from 9 mths ago Youtube. Useful reminder that always plan to only tie back one producing well to Aoka Mizu. Lincoln similar natural flow to Lancaster. so 9800 could become what, 16ks?
Disclosure - i'm v long. It's irritating the people posting here with small shorts that have a very obvious agenda.
2.5 million barrels lifted already. Planned slowdown in production flagged months ago towards end of this Q to do more testing on Lancaster. The interim update could well be nothing more than Hurricoms being fully aware of discussions regarding water cuts due to OGA data being public retrospectively and in public domain, and the need to avoid information asymmetries.
Yippee! Another 450k barrels Tomoz! Thats over 2 million since FOIL! The actual O/L timeline seems to be getting shorter! No Wax in the sub-sea lines! Produced water under control! No requirement for ESP's! No doubt some Rock God will make some random excuse up about the planets not aligning with the moon and the oil will suddenly stop............
EV. You were on record as having bought at 48p and having sold out at a substantial loss. You have then posted relentlessly negative stuff ever since, so one can only assume you are short. Fair enough, but for newbies, a bit of honesty would help the, save money. Thanks
And expected to be 35ks by end 2020. Also people attending the Scottish oil talk with Dr T alluded to progress in tying back Lincoln as a producer as being way ahead of expectations time-wise. Lincoln well results natural flow 9800/ day which was similar to Lancaster & look at how that is producing!
I've held yday and today and just topped up 65000 shares with proceeds from sale @ 45.5p last week. Get OPEC out of way, ask Dr T for an update on data analysis then let's not forget production expected to go up from 11ks a day to towards 17ks early in 2020.
I walked past first ever MTRO branch i've seen and had a good stare through the window. It looks like some kind of downmarket brash US casino more than a bank. Also lots of empty unused space. Vernon's wife deserves 10 years in Alcatraz for the interiors.