As always oil is playing a roller coaster game, caught between politics and fundamentals. This morning the price has eased by around 50 cents. Today I look at Amerisur who have announced a success at Sol-1 and a disposal of 50% of PUT-8 to Occidental which makes a lot of sense. Also Reabold and Union Jack have had a huge discovery at West Newton which could be not just gas but a decent oil find as well, transformational, I should say so…
Oil had a down day but is firmly up as I write, trade wars with China was the reason yesterday but fundamentals remain strong. An update from Amerisur is very positive again with approval of the Oxy deal which will push forward drilling on key blocks in the portfolio. Production is good and CPO-5 remains on target. I talk to Far Limited which is in an exciting place with activity in Senegal upcoming and has a busy few months ahead, elsewhere Infrastrata has announced Vitol as its trading partner.
Today Malcy discusses Echo Energy (ECHO), Rose Petroleum (ROSE), Pantheon Resources (PANR), Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG), Reabold Resources (RBD), Amerisur Resources (AMER), SDX Energy (SDX), Falcon Oil & Gas (FOG), Block Energy (BLOE) and Egdon Resources (EDR)
Oil fell sharply yesterday ending two dollars off the peak after the comments from China, probably no time to panic though. Another good statement from Amerisur who have production up, success in Platanillo and have just spudded Sol-1. IGas AGM statement is also very positive and the shares have fallen way too far, wait for Springs Road and further gas demand data. Finally Touchstone has announced good 1Q figures but its all about Ortoire in this quarter.
Oil may end up on the week, this evening in Washington may thankfully be after the close… Chevron walk away from Anadarko bid with a $1bn wallet warmer. InfraStrata are in discussions with off-take partners that might delay phase 1 of the deal but bring forward phase 2. I speak to Ahmet Dik, CEO of VOG about the ENEO payments and receive some comfort and theres a link to an interview commenting on 9 companies.
Tagged with: Amerisur Resources
, Chariot Oil & Gas
, Echo Energy
, Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas
, Hurricane Energy
, Predator Oil & Gas
, President Energy
, SDX Energy
, Sound Energy
, Victoria Oil & Gas
Oil prices fell again after the markets went into risk-off mode worrying about the US/Sino trade talks collapsing. A mixed bag for inventories showed crude building and gasoline drawing, again.
Today Sound have good news from Tendrara as gas flows to the surface without stimulation or artificial lift, next is the rest of the TAGI formation. Genel has a Tawke update with good news from DNO in terms of production and a long drilling campaign. Tower has pushed back the Thali well in Cameroon until July after receiving updated data but that’s not a problem. Finally yesterday saw Amerisur announce approvals for 3rd party transportation through their OBA pipeline which should boost production by 2/- b/d and also results from Getech which show the restructuring going well.
Today Malcy talks about Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG), Genel Energy (GENL), Rose Petroleum (ROSE), Chariot Oil & Gas (CHAR), Predator Oil & Gas (PRD) and Amerisur Resources (AMER)
Another good day for oil with supply shortages across the world and stocks tightening, a good time for what might be a $100bn bond issue… A great set of figures from Amerisur this morning with exploration success, production and revenues growing and free cash flow funding an impressive forward drilling programme. Egdon has increased production, the CPR at Resolution looks good and Springs Road is also potentially very exciting, maybe after all these years it is set to deliver…
Today Malcy talks about the following stocks: Chariot Oil & Gas (CHAR), Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG), Amerisur Resources (AMER), Hurricane Energy (HUR), Block Energy (BLOE), Diversified Gas & Oil (DGOC), Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) and Genel Energy (GENL).
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG), Igas Energy (IGAS), Egdon Resources (EDR), Amerisur Resources (AMER), Rockrose Energy (RRE), Independent Oil & Gas (IOG) and Reabold Resources (RBD)