A poster named 'mkeene' posted this last Friday. I hope he doesn't mind me posting this since it is on a public forum
'yeah spot on. I have a meeting with them next week. I am the Operations Manager at Kenworth DAF dealership and we are looking to install as part of the build up! could be only a matter of time.'
'them' being NTI
Australia’s Untapped Hydrocarbon Potential
Daniel Levy, Senior E&P Analyst, Rystad Energy
- An analysis of Australia’s producing resources. Why we need to discover and develop an extra 3.9 million barrels (boe) per day in the next 20 years
- The highlights of Australia’s undeveloped Offshore, Onshore Conventional and Unconventional resources
- Rystad’s forecast and valuation of Australia’s most exciting upcoming developments
This is Levy, he of Beetaloo fame
Daniel Levy - Senior Analyst, E&P
Daniel Levy is Rystad Energy’s Head of Research for the Australasia region, with 10 years’ experience across both E&P research and operational roles. Daniel holds a Master of Finance and a double Bachelor degree in Geology and Spatial Information Systems. Prior to entering research, Daniel worked as an Operations Geologist for Pangaea Resources, planning and executing drilling programs across the Surat, Bowen, Galilee, Bangemall and Beetaloo basins of Australia. Daniel has an in depth knowledge of the petroleum operating environment, having targeted shale, CSG, TGS and conventional resource plays. In addition, Daniel has been involved in the preparation and marketing of several upstream assets, as well as multiple joint venture operations with ASX200 companies.
Daniel has applied his unique combination of Australian operational experience and strength in financial modelling to generate production and economic models for Australian and international research houses, focusing on asset economics for unconventional hydrocarbons and emerging plays in the Australasian region. Of particular merit is Daniel’s work on the Northern Territory (Beetaloo) shale play, where to date, he has planned and executed a peerless number of shale targeted wells. Daniel has leveraged his insight in this, and other important Australian plays to develop a unique understanding and forecast for hydrocarbon development in Australia.
Good find. Interesting focus on 'regulatory initiatives' vis a vis China which suggests SEYE have now focused their main attention away from the US and Europe. Does this suggest SEE have the US and Europe 'tied up'. The report almost infers that SEYE have surrendered the US and Europe to SEE. That's my reading, anyway
Tullow Oil to recover financial benefits from Exxon’s Hammerhead discovery
By Editor - August 22, 2019 85 0
Whenever ExxonMobil decides to develop its highly prized Hammerhead discovery on the Stabroek Block, its neighbours Tullow Oil, Total, and Eco Atlantic on the Orinduik Block are very likely to be financial beneficiaries.
For months, Eco Atlantic has been saying that its seismic data shows that the tail end of the Hammerhead discovery extends into its Orinduik Block and, as such, it was already considered to be de-risked. The operator had said, too, that drilling in that area did not make much economic sense since it had confirmed that oil is already in that area. It was felt to be more prudent to make a discovery in another part of the block.
With the success of the Jethro-1 well located in the Tertiary Play of the Block, Eco shareholders were interested in ascertaining how the Hammerhead extension will be considered.
In fact, one shareholder for Eco Atlantic wrote to Tullow Oil, the operator for the Block, for clarity.
In the response that the Guyana Standard has an exclusive copy of, Tullow Oil said, “We updated all prospect polygons in our map for last week’s announcement so [we] decided to show the portion of Hammerhead that we believe falls into our licence which we can see on seismic.”
“We don’t intend to drill in this section, but at a later date when Exxon may develop Hammerhead, it is likely we’ll need to discuss some simple unitisation in order to recover a [percentage] share that falls within our block. This is not unusual as often discoveries cross over licence boundaries.”
It was on August 30 that ExxonMobil made its ninth discovery offshore Guyana at the Hammerhead-1 well.
Exxon had said that Hammerhead-1 encountered approximately 197 feet (60 meters) of high-quality, oil-bearing sandstone reservoir.
It was further noted that Hammerhead-1 is located approximately 13 miles (21 kilometres) southwest of the Liza-1 well and follows previous discoveries on the Stabroek Block at Liza Deep, Payara, Snoek, Turbot, Ranger, Pacora and Longtail.
Managing Partner & Managing Director Rudy Burger to Speak at the 7th AutoSens Conference
August 19, 2019WCP News
Palo Alto, CA – August 19, 2019 – Rudy Burger, Managing Partner & Managing Director of Woodside Capital Partners, will give a keynote at the 7th AutoSens Conference on September 18th in Brussels. Rudy will speak on Global M&A in the ADAS and Autonomous technology space. Rudy will also moderate the panel “Who will be the winners and losers in AV and automotive sensors?”
Since his appointment to Origin's Board in Mar 2019 he's attended 4 main board meetings. I'm intrigued by Hilcorp's involvement. I want to know what their role is. I can't believe it's simply advisory. I bet it's strategic...Keep hold of these shares 'cos' the journey's only just starting..fingers crossed for decent appraisal news before Xmas
Why would Semicast retweet this ?
Nick DiFiore (@seeingmachines SVP & GM Automotive) spoke to @TheAutonocast yesterday at #CES2019. Driver monitoring for the automotive industry is front and centre! #seeingmachines#roadsafety #DMS #LasVegas
The full conference call transcript is now on the above link (advfn)
but you have to register to read the transcript in full
Congrats to all who held through. It's about to get real. Fingers crossed for any positive drilling news ala ECO-Atlantic. ECO did 100% on their Guyana discovery. I reckon if we get decent news we could see similar gains and more over an extended period
I wonder if this is the final precursor to exploration approval? Not sure