Oil will end up around three bucks on the week all things being unchanged later today. Today Kosmos and Tullow announce production starting at Jubilee South East project.
Oil was up a bit as Turkey restarted production from Ceyhan, today it's all about the US CPI numbers which will affect the greenback and rates. Zephyr announce the news from the State 36-2 in the Paradox Basin and PetroTal confirm the TSX quote. Challenger tidy up the portfolio a bit and Coro make a claim in Italy whilst Tullow go to arbitration too. Finally Petro Matad have another mixed bag.
After all the Hullabaloo oil was even last week, today however it has tipped upwards again. I look at Chariot who have signed a collaboration Agreement with Subsea Integration Alliance for Anchois. Angus Energy are positive after news that their loan has seen substantial subscription. President update on 2020 and give guidance for 2021 whilst Echo publish their bond restructuring details.
Oil and equities remain subdued whilst the population stays at home, literally. Predator and Columbus have successfully injected CO2 in Trinidad which could be most exciting for the future. JOG are doing a great job at the Greater Buchan Area having acquired Equinor's interest fora modest sum. They are putting a great team together here. DGO are trading in line with market expectations ahead of results in March.
Oil recovered yesterday after initially falling on an API report that showed a build in stocks, the subsequent EIA report showed a draw of 1.1m barrels and oil recovered to be roughly even on the day. Echo has announced that its rig is on the move and should be ready to drill the CLix-1001 well by the end of December. DGO has announced a new NED as well as announcing that the 2Q divvi will be paid on 20th December and a sterling equivalent of 2.65p a share. PetroTal has also appointed two new NED's after recently the Chairman of the Board moved to the non board position of CFO. And Touchstone announce that the Coho-1 well has produced well making it a red letter month for the company.
Oil finished the week better but is a touch easier today. Predator has announced moves today in both Trinidad and Morocco and Tullow with Eco Atlantic have made a bonanza find offshore Guyana. Reabold and Union Jack have started testing at West Newton.
A bounce from lows yesterday when WTI ducked below $50 at one stage, recovered with talk of Russian production cuts. At the Tullow CMD they bigged up Guyana, a new and 'game changing' project, imagine what it means for Eco Atlantic with 2/3 wells to be drilled next year. Providence have delayed Barryroe but hopefully by only a quarter.
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.
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