Oil rallies this morning as four ships are attacked off Abu Dhabi, two of them Saudi tankers. Hurricane announce that hydrocarbons have been introduced to the Aoka Mizu and that the start up phase has commenced which is the next step to first oil. Columbus has been granted a licence for their key Bonasse licence in the S W peninsula, any find here will ‘transform’ the company. And Jadestone has completed work on the Stag oilfield successfully and the rig is moving away, production is expected in a few days. Finally a link to a short interview I did with IGTV on the oil price.
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
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Coro Energy (CORO), Predator Oil & Gas (PRD), Hurricane Energy (HUR), Reabold Resources (RBD), Upland Resources (UPL) and Serica Energy (SQZ)
Hurricane has spudded the first of three wells in the Greater Warwick area, carried by Spirit. Trinity has an update which follows fast on the results statement but draws attention to the potential of the HAW rollout. Hunting are very much in line, still all guns blazing (!) in the onshore US but still slow offshore. Finally diehard followers of Enteq get a bit of good news, trading is buoyant.
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).
Oil should end the week in positive territory again with WTI easing after the poor inventory stats and Brent rallying on the Libyan situation. Despite going through $70 the European marker just dipped back and is a few cents weaker this morning. Yesterday I interviewed Hurricane CEO Dr Robert Trice and the link is here this morning, also a few comments on last week’s action at DGO.
Today Malcom Graham-Wood talks to Dr Robert Trice, the CEO of Hurricane Energy.
Malcy talks about the following stocks: President Energy (PPC), Sound Energy (SOU), SDX Energy (SDX), Solo Oil (SOLO) and Hurricane Energy (HUR)
The oil price is flat, likely slightly down on the week despite good US inventory draws and further supply cuts from Venezuela but no good news from the trade talks. A very good set of 2018 figures from SDX and with a busy 2019 upcoming all looks good. Solo has put out its new strategy statement which is bold and seems to strike the right balance for shareholders and i talk about Hurricane post the Aoka Mizu going forward.
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas (ECO), Range Resources (RRL), Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) and Hurricane Energy (HUR).