Oil is quiet, yesterday it was good inventory stats offset by more worries on inflation. Predator announce that the rig is on its way to Guercif, Eco has been further delayed to the Tullow problems, Hurricane have 3 announcements but shareholders should vote to save their equity. I interviewed Steve Bowler CEO og IGas where he talked me through geothermal and hydrogen. Zephyr are also on the move with more wells on stream and earning money.
Oil is modestly holding its ground today and with a fair wind will be up on the week despite the attempts of two of the reporting agencies. Predator update on Morocco ahead of their drilling and I look at the LNG situation whilst Zephyr are joining the OTC where friendly Americans might like to buy the shares. Gulf Keystone update on growing production at Shaikan and Jadestone confirm their dividend.
Oil is quiet, the reporting agencies are out this week and the EIA were somewhat bearish in their comments. They don't generally take into account the politics of the situation and have based their views on supply and demand data. A good result from the Rhum R-3 well for Serica and Longboat announce a raise of £35m and two of three deals to get them started. Pharos update on Egypt and Vietnam but no comment yet on the farm-out whilst Hurricane update on production as they will until 5th July. Decklar has acquired the opportunity to participate in the Asaramatoru field in Nigeria, located in OML 11. I speak to Zephyr CEO, Colin Harrington who tells me about all things Paradox and their new environmental brief and Lekoil Ltd worry about their CEO...
Malcolm is joined by Colin Harrington of Zephyr Energy, who have made two announcements so far this week, to talk through this news and the company's plans for the future. ...
The oil market is drifting somewhat in thin news but with all three agencies due to report this week more data is expected. Zephyr has announced a serious move to carbon neutrality and President finally has a farm-in partner to drill in Paraguay.
Oil is quiet today after a week when it yet again broke recent records after a positive response from the Opec+ meeting. IOG are making good progress with Phase 1 as the Blythe and Southwark gas platforms are installed. Zephyr's results merely prove quite what a ride it has been for shareholders as the stock has quadrupled this year so far. Finally Getech has finals in which the company spend time giving its plans and mission statement for the future.
Oil weakens amongst markets falling all over the world. Sound are showing that they are picking up nicely under new management and SDX have a mixed bag of 1Q figs with increased demand and a duster. Hurricane has announced the date of its convening hearing re the reconstruction. And a short but interesting video from Zephyr.
Oil continues to rise, up over a dollar and change this morning. US and Chinese economic data is trumping virus worries now and the US is opening up. Today Zephyr have a very positive statement out with revenue already coming through, Far has announced a new CFO in July and Helium One completes 2D seismic. Trinity have made an onshore acquisition and SDX kick off the Moroccan drilling campaign.
Oil is flat, the market thinks it knows the result of tomorrow's Opec+ meeting and is levelling its books on the last day of the month and the quarter. Lots of news today, PetroTal update on sales and risk, Touchstone have a disappointing well and there are good figures from GKP. President remain upbeat as are Tower and Advance makes its debut in London. Finally I interview the Zephyr CEO.
Malcolm Graham-Wood talks to CEO of Zephyr Energy, Colin Harrington. The company has recently seen a substantial raise in the London market, and Colin talks us through this activity and ...