Oil has rallied by around a dollar this morning after the markets felt that the Evergrande problem had been overdone. Today the FOMC policy meets for 2 days and the gas market continues to rocket. A really upbeat statement from Wressle today is good news for UJO, ERD and EOG some who add more to the statement. UOG updates on the ASX-1X well which has encountered 10m of pay, finally Longboat has spudded the Egyptian Vulture well.
Another quiet week for oil but watch natural gas which is still heading onwards and upwards. Union Jack has an excellent report this morning and looks hugely attractive on this rating with great news particularly from Wressle. And investors will be happy to see that Predator are doing a presentation shortly on their exciting portfolio..
Oil recovered last week's fall and was picked up on Mexican production loss and of course Hurricane Ida. Today I look at JOG on electrification, UJO and Reabold with exciting news from West Newton and Sound who have completed the Schlumberger deal. Also Hurricane announce an offer for the bonds, Lamprell update on recapitalisation and Eco Atlantic spud the Sapote-1 well and Zenith sign an agreement in Nigeria.
Oil rallies over 8% in the last two days, always likely as it was oversold after the recent fall. Excellent news today for the Wressle partners, Egdon, Union Jack and Europa as they release test data that shows flow of 500+ b/d. An interesting strategic investment by Hunting today and President releases results from last year. Finally, Prospex have received a valid call for a GM to remove the board.
Oil remains solid especially after a very solid across the board set of EIA inventory stats yesterday. Today Sound Energy have made huge progress in Morocco and with an LNG sales agreement and subscription are looking very strong indeed out there now. IOG have signed up their GSA and gas prices remain incredibly strong which makes first gas in Q$ 21 a mouth watering event. The Wressle partners announce a successful proppant squeeze which should be very helpful for oil production and Pharos have updated on Vietnam and their new RBL.
Oil rallied yesterday and is better again today. Union Jack and Reabold have little say about west Newton, just yet and Pharos looks better in Vietnam. Wentworth have a new NED and Harbour have two profit warnings today on run of the mill operational matters.
Oil has drifted back to the lower end of its current trading range, but now with the Opec+ meeting wrapped up there is no reason to think it will fall much further. IOG report on their Elgood development well and whilst it had some difficulties it has done the job and now moves on to Blythe. Union Jack and Egdon have good news from Biscathorpe and UOG report from Abu Sennan. Finally Trinity have unveiled changes to the Galeota Block and its development.
With the month, quarter and interim ending tonight and the Opec+ meeting tomorrow books are flat ahead of the US Independence holiday weekend. Last night the API said that crude drew 8.2m barrels. VOG update on trading, Union Jack and Egdon announce a short delay at Wressle and Egdon has raise money this morning. Zephyr share their thoughts on Paradox, its bigger than you think...Hurricane heeded the High Court and the NED's have all resigned, the shares rose 25% on the back of that and Crystal Amber are vindicated. Positive news from Advance and Getech make up the pack...
Oil is better again today after OK API stats after the close and a rally at the death last night. Genel announces KRG payments, Challenger spud at Saffron-2, UJO/Egdon and Europa have permitting at Wressle. President update from Argentina and Paraguay and I interview David Minchin, CEO of Helium One Global.
A big rally for oil yesterday as the Iran deal seemed to take a slight turn for the worse, I'm sure it will return. Signs of a pick-up in US air travel also made the oil bulls return. Chariot have made a strong move to become a unique, gas and renewables story covering over 17 countries in Africa. The raise will enable a well at Anchois to be drilled and hasten the roll-out of the transitional power team. Union Jack and Reabold have announced 6 weeks of testing at West Newton whilst Serica have announced an operating update at Columbus and the R3 well. Hurricane have results where they warn of equity destruction and Touchstone have more very positive news from Trinidad.