Oil prices drifted off but remains pretty solid, Opec+ production is falling. The Wressle partners are back submitting yet another planning appeal although what N Lincs council will do is anyone’s guess. Savannah Petroleum has signed the Seven Energy Implementation agreement, not long now before completion…Amerisur spuds the second well off the Indico pad and watch an incredible interview with John Wardle on the link today. Genel also proving that there is life at Taq Taq with TT-32 and the horizontal TT-20z due to complete this month. Finally good news at Aminex where the excellent John Bell takes over as Chairman.
A raise from Savannah this morning as the Seven Energy deal nears completion. For Premier a successful appraisal of the Zama discovery adds to recent operational excellence.
9 days up for crude and with another 50 cents this morning the best part of 20% off the bottom. Rose have announced some additional acreage in the Paradox Basin adding to their handy portfolio and Range have found an Aussie NED and are re-quoted this morning. Wentworth had a fantastic 4Q and are knocking the lights out in Tanzania, what’s next for newish CEO Eskil Jersing? And Zenith raise money in Vienna as part of the non-equity dilutive funding and Jadestone re-start Montara. A good con call and new presentation from Savannah on the website today.
Oil continues to move up, geopolitical worries in Nigeria and Gabon, and the chance of trade talks working between the USA and China. Sound Energy appear to have left the doldrums after more good news from Morocco and Rose Petroleum have published a positive study from Schlumberger. Hurricane say there’s no panic about the Aoka Mizu just waiting for a weather window and Savannah have a retail investor conference call on thursday morning.
Another bad day for oil as the Fed concerns leave markets across the board taking money off the table. Savannah Petroleum add serious value to their Seven Energy Transaction and Pantheon are buying into Alaska with a raise at 15.25p.
Today Malcy is joined by Andrew Knott, CEO of Savannah Petroleum
Crude prices are still subdued as inventories build and production exceeds demand, for the time being. Savannah are close to the Seven Energy deal completing which has significantly enhanced their position in Nigeria. Talking of completing, Eco Atlantic has completed its farm-out to Total in Guyana and are now in a position of considerable strength. Frontera have confirmed that they are still talking to another industry major and Serica has received OGA approval for the Columbus FDP. Afren crooks locked up and also a link to this week’s podcast.
A poor week for the oil price, reasonably expected I should say and now the Saudis are talking of Opec+ cutting production, which they should. President have spudded the 2nd well in the 3 well programme and Sound are at first casing point in Tendrara. SAVP have submitted the necessary documents to the Niger Ministry to get on with the EPS whilst Reabold note that Corallian have farmed out 10% of P2396 to Talon. Finally, Eco Atlantic via their operator Tullow have ‘prioritised’ Guyana over Namibia, funny that…
Malcy Graham-Wood was speaking at the London South East Investor Evening held at Brewers Hall, 16th October 2018 with three of his ‘Bucket List’ company CEOs on the panel: Fiona MacAulay, CEO of Echo Energy, Andrew Knott, CEO at Savannah …
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Still on the move, oil is moving back down but still in a strong position. Savannah Petroleum has moved a significant step forward to closing the Seven Energy deal which is most important. Chariot has a duster at Prospect S in Namibia whilst DGO remain on the acquisition trail in the US.