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Not sure why you say its a 'weak chart' Flower - it has gone from 5c to 12c in 6 months so the chart looks pretty good to me. Everything has so far gone to plan (more or less) and there really isn't any new information - this is why the price hasn't moved. We all expected to get a good pressure response from each frac stage. Pressure is not the issue. The flow rate will be the make or break news.


Buyers got in a while ago and are awaiting the production test next month. As am I. Given the geology in the area I am very confident of a good flow rate. I reckon we will get a rate of over 5 mmscf/d with good liquids in which case I see the SP running to 30c.


The leak with the surface equipment sounds minor to me, although I am a little annoyed that they did not provide an update on the timing of the resumption of operations. Atleast it isn't a downhole mechanical issue like on the last well. That would be serious.


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VERY encouraging results so far. The market liked the announcement last night too, up 39%. I like the fact that there appears to be a very high liquids content.

You can't say you weren't given a heads up on this one...

I still expect this to go to 30c once a stabilised flow rate is announced. It could also be much higher - it all depends on the rate. 30c minimum though.


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Light crude is about the sweetest sound in the oil business. OEX has always had the capacity to move very quickly on good news. Nice to see such a good outcome ... we've certainly seen some serious ups and downs over the years.






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Did you see the Quarterly today Di? 589 bbls of condensate has been recovered from the well already. That sounds like quite a lot to me, considering most of the liquids in the early part of the clean up would have been frac fluids.

Can't wait for the stabilised rate data.


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From ft.com:


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July 26

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