Oil is solid ahead of the Opec+ meeting on Sunday and the EU sanctions and -possibly- a price cap on Monday. Today Echo complete their restructuring which is good for the balance sheet but somewhat dilutive.
Oil has picked up sharply today with markets worrying about the Opec+ meeting on Sunday. JOG get an extension at Verbier to match the GBA whilst Sound restructure the Phase 1 Micro LNG. Eco has results which are history and Arrow has its best ever quarter. Finally Zephyr publishes a new presentation, worh a glance.
Angus yesterday updated on Saltfleetby where progress is being made at the SF07V side track and it has progressed to the top of the target reservoir itself. At UOG a disappointing production number from ASH-4 has led to a trimming of production guidance.
Oil is falling as traders level off their books ahead of the long Thanksgiving Holiday. Jadestone sign off the remaining 10% interest in the Lemang production sharing contract onshore Indonesia and Deltic spud Pensacola. Europa have released themselves from offshore Morocco having found no partners and Prospex are going great guns in Italy.
Oil is under pressure as China battles with Covid, so far losing the battle despite the 'magic weapon' of zero tolerance. Southern Energy has reported a good set of figures with much excitement to come. Kistos is pursuing a scheme of arrangement in order to restructure and be able to pay out to shareholders. A new CEO on the way at Petrofac and a positive update from Coro in Italy.
Oil is cratering as Covid remains prevalent in China, WTI is back to contango. Chariot has announced a JV in South Africa in electricity trading where they have been awarded a licence. Also it has put to bed leaks from a meeting held in Morocco about the Anchois field. Zephyr has announced the spud of the 36-2 LNW-CC well in the Paradox Basin. And Tower has made progress in Cameroon as a loan is approved locally and now needs to go to group level.