Oil finished the week better but is a touch easier today. Predator has announced moves today in both Trinidad and Morocco and Tullow with Eco Atlantic have made a bonanza find offshore Guyana. Reabold and Union Jack have started testing at West Newton.
July 4th meant very little trade, WTI was shut and Brent drifted. Today I'm talking about Eco Atlantic who have spudded offshore Guyana, Gulf Keystone who have paid a divvi today, IGas who announced further conventional activity yesterday and a report on a meeting with Petro Matad CEO Mike Buck.
VOX Markets podcast: Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas, Rockhopper Exploration, Hurricane Energy, Anglo-African Oil & Gas and Pantheon Resources
Today Malcy talks about the following stocks: Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas (ECO), Rockhopper Exploration (RKH), Hurricane Energy (HUR), Anglo-African Oil & Gas (AAOG) and Pantheon Resources (PANR).
Oil price, Chevron/Anadarko/Occidental/Total, Anadarko, Infrastrata, Victoria Oil & Gas And finally…
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.
Today Malcy talks to Gil Holzman, the CEO of Eco Atlantic.
Crude oil is up sharply this morning, around a dollar but as we reach the end of the week, month and quarter most in the industry would have taken $60.32 and $68.73 today, up 30% from Dec 31st. Today we look at Savannah which is making 'good progress' on the Seven transaction now that the elections in Nigeria are behind us and Eco Atlantic along with partners have announced the location for their second well in Guyana.
VOX Markets podcast: Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas, Range Resources, Bahamas Petroleum and Hurricane Energy
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas (ECO), Range Resources (RRL), Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Hurricane Energy (HUR).
The updated Bucket List, widely differing performances but I remain confident about the picks in the main.
Oil looks like ending up on the week after Opec+ production continues to fall and risk is off right now. Bahamas Petroleum have had their licences renewed until December 2020 giving them more time to find a partner but with commitment to drill a well. Eco Atlantic are ranked 2nd in the TSX Venture 50 and I write up Serica after a meeting with CEO Mitch Flegg.
A rig booking for Eco and partners brings drilling in Guyana into sight, it will be an interesting summer. For Enteq things are clearly looking up, well deserved.