Oil and equities remain subdued whilst the population stays at home, literally. Predator and Columbus have successfully injected CO2 in Trinidad which could be most exciting for the future. JOG are doing a great job at the Greater Buchan Area having acquired Equinor's interest fora modest sum. They are putting a great team together here. DGO are trading in line with market expectations ahead of results in March.
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.
Flash blog today after a successful raise by Eco Atlantic of £12.9m which was well oversubscribed and at a very tight discount, let the drilling commence.
The oil price ended the week in positive territory with calming comments from the Saudis about Opec+production. Eco Atlantic has announced a new CPR with substantially increased resources and still looks very undervalued. Range Resources meantime has restructured the balance sheet again and is looking to buy a pre-school education business in China....