Eco has a duster at Gazania, Reabold win their vote, Gulfsands open up in Abu Dhabi and Hurricane stay with the FSP.
A positive day for oil as China Covid numbers eased and the dollar eased. A good update from Zephyr, and Union Jack announced a maiden special dividend and a share buy-back. Predator are on the move in Morocco and Trinity liked the last buy-back so much that they are doing it all over a game.....From last week I look at IOG, and Reabold.
Oil remains firm after the 2m barrels taken from quotas at yesterday's meeting. I note an erratum in yesterday's blog in my piece about Arrow Exploration and Reabold complete their deal with Shell.
Oil fell yesterday but is up ahead of the Opec meeting. Genel announce its new CEO and I catch up on things I didnt get in on Friday such as Coro, Hurricane and Reabold
Oil rose on Hurricane Ian but he is now in Florida and only Cat 1, also inventory numbers were better than the whisper. Union Jack and Reabold issue a big CPR on West Newton which will bring huge value and Rockhopper is looking very good looking forwards. Finally later in the morning the news broke that Capricorn is abandoning its deal with Tullow and forming a new energy company with Delek Group, New Med Energy. Capricorn shareholders get a big payout anda residual holding in NewMed.
Oil rallied as Hurricane Ian headed towards the Gulf of Mexico, it's now veered towards Florida. Today i look at DEC with a deal completion and yesterdays buy-back news and Reabold have madea small acquisition. Getech have results and now need to deliver, and i3 add to yesterday's announcement to say that Graham Heath is leaving. Yesterday was a nightmare with so many results and calls/meetings that they are in today's blog.
Oil gained but gave back most of the gains at the end of the day. Union Jack and Reabold both flag the West Newton CPR due next week and Rockhopper completes the Navitas farm-in. Longboat look like they might have a discovery at Oswig but need a side-track and DST to confirm preliminary numbers that are better than pre-drill estimates. Finally, IGas and Egdon have both written thank you letters to that nice Mr Rees-Mogg for his relaxation of shale regulations.
Oil rallied further on disputes and a mixed inventory report. IGas chose interim day to sack CEO Steve Bowler and Sound yesterday announced further legal grief in Morocco. With UOG spudding in Egypt and Reabold getting another market knee in the groin Longboat has added to the mainly miserable day.
On a day that inflation send markets tumbling oil fell but was off the lows. Today Zephyr have an exciting deal that increases the value of the Paradox Basin and Chariot have interim results. Serica have operational problems at North Eigg and Pharos are looking tidy and about to restart paying dividends. Reabold have done a cracking deal on Corallian but go unrewarded in the market and Helium One are now drilling Q1 2023.
Oil bounced after signs that the Iran deal isnt iminent and Europa borrowed £1m from UJO, Coro have good news from Duyung and I take a fresh look at Sound Energy after yesterday's numbers. Both IGas and Reabold laud the Government's moves on fraccing etc and Getech make a big hire.