Oil price, Block, Angus, Hurricane, Reabold. And finally…

Oil is drifting, yesterday with positive inventory numbers the price should have risen but the virus and physical exports from Libya put the bear side eloquently. Today Block Energy has responded to a shareholder group by having an operational and corporate update. Yesterday Angus set in play a debt facility raise and a modest equity funding to stand alongside it, also Reabold had interims. Finally the Kerogen representatives on the Hurricane board have left, what that may mean is anybody's guess but not being on the board gives them more scope than otherwise....

2020-09-24T12:34:53+01:0024 September 2020|Categories: Daily Blog|Tags: , , , |4 Comments

Oil price, Genel, Sound, Pharos, Hurricane. And finally…

Oil has drifted again today, the delayed EIA inventory stats were hit by Laura, although crude built 2m barrels products drew as refinery utilisation fell with some refineries still closed. Genel announces that they may raise up to $300m to replace existing facilities, wise move from a position of strength. Sound's interim statement is short, nothing new but we know the new management are flat to the boards right now. Pharos has received permission for the full field development plan at TGT and Hurricane have taken a sharp knife to the CPR under new management..

2020-09-11T13:44:15+01:0011 September 2020|Categories: Daily Blog|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Oil price, Hurricane, Echo, Union Jack

The Opec+ meeting went ahead as planned and delivered a one month extension, maybe not as much as planned but included monitoring Iraq and Nigeria. Today sees Dr Robert Trice leaving Hurricane, the company he founded and is still very much work in progress. At Echo Energy the company show increased production and a number of opportunities for workover and intervention to add modest production cheaply and quickly. Also in another very good deal, Union Jack up their stake in Wressle accretive and with a cash break-even at c.$17.62pb.

2020-06-08T14:38:45+01:008 June 2020|Categories: Daily Blog|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Oil price, Hurricane, DGO, Genel, And finally…

Oil remained strong yesterday as Russia showed off its excellent production cuts that together with the rest of Opec+ are now making some 15m b/d. Hurricane has received an extension to certain licence commitments pertaining to Lincoln by the OGA. DGO has completed on the purchase of certain assets from the Carbon Energy Corporation and also finished the financing with Munich Re. Finally Genel has announced that production from the Tawke licence should be around 100,000 b/d during 2020, absent any new wells being drilled.

2020-05-27T13:01:50+01:0027 May 2020|Categories: Daily Blog|Tags: , , |2 Comments

Oil price, Hurricane, Coro, GMS, Echo

Despite being down a thick dollar today oil has had a good week as the moons align and supply falls, today's fall was China-centric. Hurricane has been testing both wells at the Lancaster EPS but the 7z well needs more evaluation so for the time being will assess the 6 well. Coro has completed the Duyung acquisition now awaits the CPR and Echo has won in the Bond courts as well with the Argentinian government. Finally GMS looks confident as it claims 52% of holders are happy with incumbent management.

2020-05-22T15:45:06+01:0022 May 2020|Categories: Daily Blog|Tags: , , , |2 Comments
Go to Top