Oil under pressure as US inventory data takes over from supply shortages although Opec are still expecting to keep supply restrictions at the next meeting. A good, positive statement from Trinity who have an exciting year ahead of them not least their first high-angled well. Also good news from President where production is scheduled to continue to rise by at least 50% in the next two years after a $50m fully funded work programme. SOCO has brought on its recent acquisition in Egypt which will soon match Vietnam for production and with a dividend payment and strong management looks good. Finally Simon Davies returns to the Chair at Sound Energy and at a key time for the company.
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.
Good results from Trinity this morning and I had a very positive meeting with the board afterwards. Rockhopper has made great strides forward with regards to Sea Lion and shareholders can genuinely get excited about progress to development stage. Finally Pantheon has had a major disappointment in Alaska with both secondary targets being either water wet or not worth testing, two dusters leaving only the modest Brookian to try and become commercial.
The updated Bucket List, widely differing performances but I remain confident about the picks in the main.
Tagged with: Amerisur Resources
, Echo Energy
, Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas
, FAR Ltd
, Genel Energy
, Hurricane Energy
, Jersey Oil & Gas.
, President Energy
, Reabold Resources
, Rockhopper Exploration
, Savannah Petroleum
, SDX Energy
, Serica Energy
, Sound Energy
, Trinity Exploration & Production
, Victoria Oil & Gas
A very late blog today, apologies for many meetings and lousy internet opportunities, will follow up tomorrow.
Oil prices remain weak as sanctions start today. Trinity start the process on Galeota with the first phase of the FDP and Sound are at 2nd casing point at TE-9. Reabold announce another investment, this time onshore UK and Columbus are set to leave La Lora to decommissioning fate in Spain.
Flash blog written from London, Paris and Morocco today, apologies. I note that Sound have spudded TE-9 at Tendrara, the first spin of the bit for a while. Solid 3Q numbers from Trinity with much to look forward to from now on. And Amerisur confirms Indico-1 is imminent, has good production again, the T sands looks more promising and work continues at PUT’s 12 and 9, let alone news of Coendu.
Malcy talks about the following stocks: Trinity Exploration & Production #TRIN, Savannah Petroleum #SAVP, Soco International #SIA , SDX Energy #SDX and Rockhopper Exploration #RKH
After the Opec+ meeting didnt change output oil is on the move this morning, Brent well over $80 and WTI over $72. Today I look at results from Trinity E&P and its exciting, debt free future and also President who have spudded the first of three wells on Puesto Flores. Tullow only found water bearing sandstones but the prognosis for the basin is still very optimistic.
Flash blog today on good news from Trinity, exceptional results from Hunting, a smart deal from Solo and a stateside find for Reabold.