Oil rose modestly on the week but has fallen back somewhat today, US/Sino trade is still in the melting pot. President is raising money to accelerate its Rio Negro programme which should substantially increase the gas proportion of the mix. RockRose has bought the Marathon UK North Sea and West of Shetlands assets for $140m nearly doubling the size of its portfolio and Reabold and United Oil & Gas have had a discovery at Colter but having missed the target which it will now try to get to with a side track. Independent Oil & Gas are going down the farm-out route for its SNS core assets and therefore may not have to have quite such a big funding…
Today Malcy talks about the following stocks: Sound Energy (SOU), Genel Energy (GENL), RockRose Energy (RRE), President Energy (PPC), Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas (ECO), Igas Energy (IGAS) and Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG)
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…
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)
A cracking update as expected from President today with more to come I suspect. Range continue to work hard and progress in Trinidad continues, meanwhile Genel has extended deadline with the KRG for GLA discussions.
On the move again today but comment on JOG with drilling the Verbier appraisal ever nearer and 3D seismic data now to interpret. I spoke to Peter Levine, Chairman of President Energy yesterday and the link to the Core Finance interview is here to watch
Malcolm Graham-Wood is joined by Peter Levine, Chairman & CEO of President Energy.
Today Malcy talks about the following stocks: Faroe Petroleum (FPM), Ophir Energy (OPHR), SDX Energy (SDX), President Energy (PPC), Amerisur Resources (AMER) and Premier Oil (PMO)
The oil price remains firm and this morning is challenging important levels. President has again given a blockbuster statement with more to come this year whilst SOCO’s update was good, i like the Egypt acquisition. Echo are on site fraccing in Argentina and Columbus are making steady progress towards their Latin American targets. Finally Faroe has gone as DNO up the offer and buy up shares in the market, it’s the market’s view but so short term it’s almost indefensible…
Oil rallied yesterday but fell sharply along with markets worldwide after the Fed raised rates again. Faroe has released its response to the DNO bid which ‘substantially undervalues this high growth, full cycle NS business’. Derisory. More good news from President who have closed out the new concessions at Puesto Prado and are getting to work on the assets. Range Resources say that they are paying the coupon on the convertible in shares to keep cash in the business. And from earlier in the week I look at Wentworth Resources who have exited Mozambique and may be one to watch for 2019 on the corporate front.