After a mixed and apparently turbulent week in the oil market the price ended up although less that a dollar. Right now WTI has rallied by 60 cents and Brent by 72c. Today Coro and Empyrean get their Plan of Development for the Mako field offshore Indonesia, good for monetising the gas. IGas and Egdon have announced that at Springs Road ‘significant gas indications were observed’, could this see the East Midlands start to become our own Dallas? Reabold bounce back from Friday’s duster to find in excess of 60m of pay at the Monroe Swell which will be very valuable whilst Cairn now have to wait until the end of the year at best to find out arbitration news.
It has been a good week for oil, production quotas are being adhered to and there are some geopolitical worries around too. Another good announcement from President shows just what a good year 2018 was, with more to come i shouldn’t wonder, I have interviews in the blog today from Bill Higgs, COO Genel and James Menzies CEO of Coro Energy. Meanwhile the Sun are reporting on a success by IGas which adds to some good UK onshore finds, not before time…
Today Malcolm Graham-Wood is joined by James Menzies, CEO of Coro Energy.
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Coro Energy (CORO), Solo Oil & Gas (SOLO), Aminex (AEX), Genel Energy (GENL), SDX Energy (SDX), Savannah Petroleum (SAVP), Amerisur Resources (AMER), President Energy (PPC), Anglo-African Oil & Gas (AAOG)
Oil was quiet last week with the Chinese New Year and is off small time today. Coro has announced a very smart deal to add to its Far East portfolio with decent reserves and step-out exploration upside. Solo Oil has announced further rearrangement and restructuring with Chairman Alastair Ferguson taking on an executive role and Gneiss Energy providing two heavyweight advisors. Genel has updated Tawke reserves where P1 number are unchanged which is a good performance. Finally after the Brulpudda discovery bt Total last week Tower Resources confirm that the farm-out of their adjacent block goes ahead….
An Opec+ agreement was completed but the early excitement soon faded and oil lost ground from Friday’s peaks and is back down a dollar this morning. Amerisur look like they have found another very decent discovery at Indico-1 which should be a big boost for them. Coro have done a smart deal with Petronas who have gifted them a huge database which could lead to a PSC in country. Range Resources’ CEO has resigned, a new one is probably going to be 2019 at this stage. Aminex have carried out work at Kiliwani North-1 and found gas at the surface. Finally I write on Jadestone for the first time after meeting the management last week, the stock looks very cheap.
After a busy week I take a look at a mixed time for the oil price after the Labor Day weekend. Amerisur is going well with production improving and a big well spudded and drilling on. Echo Energy starts the exciting process of seismic at Tapi Aike ahead of next years drilling programme which the CPR recommends highly… I interviewed Peter Levine, Chairman of President Energy this week and also chatted to James Menzies of Coro Energy. Finally after a successful raise this week I talk to Stephen Williams co-CEO of Reabold Resources.
Malcolm Graham-Wood is joined by James Menzies, CEO of Coro Energy.
Labor Day in the US when the driving season finishes but demand for products remains high. I look at Coro Energy’s first deal in Indonesia which looks a very good start in the region and Hurricane announce a farm-out Greater Warwick area licences to Spirit Energy.
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Hurricane Energy (HUR), Coro Energy (CORO), Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas (ECO), Fronterra Resources (FRR), SDX Energy (SDX), Far Ltd (FAR.au), Sound Energy (SOU), Amerisur Resources (AMER), Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Faroe Petroleum (FPM)