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GLL, GALILEE ENERGY LIMITED
blacksheep
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jul 6 2019, 07:39 AM

Already seeing some concerns being shared on twitter re CSG in the Galilee Basin. Helen Bender (wife of the late George Bender who battled for 10 years against the CSG Industry and particularly Linc Energy) posting these maps the first one showing the location of the Galilee Basin coal & CSG tenements overlaid onto the area containing the Great Artisian (water) Basin. The Bender property was near Chincilla

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Helen Bender @GeorgeBender68
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Just in case...here's another look. The deeper coal across all basins is marked for gas extraction...who needs to rethink their positions on which industry must be stopped ASAP?

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The coal basin isn't the size of England...the basin itself is, but the coal is a thin strip through the eastern side of the basin.
The gasfields is more likely to be the size of England... Gas is your silent killer...but coal coal coal...let's try to be part of the solution

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An opinion piece that Galilee CSG is the hope for the "gas crisis"

https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2019/07/05/gal...ustralia-needs/

- good luck with the dewatering of the basin, seeing the opposition to Adani to the south

(Good call on the last peak from mid August last year, by the way, Blacksheep)



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Highlights
 Glenaras 10L and 12L on continuous production with excellent water rates of approximately 3,500 BWPD (barrels of water per day) in aggregate from both wells. Water rates are now
levelling off as gas production commences.
 Both wells are now producing below the critical desorption pressure. Casing pressure has built up over the past few days and gas has now commenced flowing from Glenaras 10L.
 Direct communication has been identified between Glenaras 10L and Glenaras 12L and pressure drawdown has continued in the Glenaras 11L monitoring well.
 Production will continue to be ramped up over the coming weeks to achieve full reservoir drawdown.


Has had a good run - will it continue? Probably some profit taking will occur - just IMHO.
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Aug 9 2018, 12:59 PM

Copulos Group becoming a substantial holder with 5.55%
Copulos Group is Stephen Copulos" private investment vehicle - he was once a director of KFC and Sizzler restaurant operator Collins Foods Ltd,

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Stephen Copulos
Non-Executive Director, Black Rock Mining Ltd.
Mr. Stephen Copulos is Non-Executive Chairman at Consolidated Zinc Ltd., Non-Executive Chairman at Black Rock Mining Ltd., Non-Executive Chairman at Crusader Resources Ltd., a Managing Director at Copulos Group, Chairman at QSR Pty Ltd., Director-Private Ancillary Fund at Copulos Foundation Pty Ltd., Executive Chairman at Icon Septech (VIC) Pty Ltd. and Executive Chairman at MC Pipes Pty Ltd. He is on the Board of Directors at Restaurant Brands New Zealand Ltd., Steelmin Ltd., Citywest Corp. Pty Ltd., Eyeon No 2 Pty Ltd., Eyeon QSR Pty Ltd., Shepparton Art Museum Foundaion Ltd. and Restaurant Brands Ltd. Mr. Copulos was previously employed as Non-Executive Director by Collins Foods Ltd., Non-Executive Director by HealthLinx Ltd., Non-Executive Director by MediVac Ltd., and Director & Managing Director by Sundowner Motor Inns Group Ltd.

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Hit the 70c. Canaccord Genuity recently awarded a Spec Buy rating with a 76c price target - not sure if this is the reason. Canaccord does get them wrong biggrin.gif

Credit Suisse is trading in and out of the substantial holding 5% holding - becoming 1/8, ceasing 7/8, becoming 9/8.

Morgan Stanley - becoming on 26/7 with 6.79% - is holding firm thus far

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Updated chart - SP currently up another 7.56% @ 64c
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=gll
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GLL SP has been on a tear since June

Don't know much about this company, but noticed their recent ann - nice to see CR being done at a premium
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 Placement of $5.66 million to Institutional and Sophisticated Investors.
 The Placement price of $0.40 per share represents a 9% premium to the 15-day volume weighted average price (“VWAP”) of $0.367.
 Glenaras 10L and 12L are on continuous production with excellent water rates of approximately 2,400 BWPD (barrels of water per day) in aggregate from both wells, with
the current fluid level at approximately 410m from surface.
 Direct communication has been identified between Glenaras 10L and Glenaras 12L.
 Pressure drawdown has been recorded in the Glenaras 11L monitoring well.
 Production will continue to be ramped up over the coming weeks to achieve full reservoir drawdown.

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In Reply To: malom's post @ Nov 14 2010, 08:13 PM

Can't help but feel the Directors made a bad decision in getting rid of
their coal assets in New Zealand as BTU has doubled since the deal.

To me it's as if the had no confidence in going to the market for more
cash so just dumped the only profitable part of the business.

Hindsight is a wonderful thing but I think GLL is going to drag on and on
as the oomph has gone out of the gas sector and that they are going to have
to raise cash soon or later with another dilution in prospect

I hope I'm wrong but with the trouble in Q/land and lack of information
from the company I can't see it heading north.

 
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In Reply To: Commander C's post @ Jul 2 2010, 09:12 PM

Well tomorrow is the big announcement day. A few rumours about although you never know about these things. Hopefully there's some good news brewing. I hope so!!

 
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In Reply To: mistagear's post @ Apr 12 2010, 08:21 PM

Good bail!

Back down sub-20c, what's the new plan now?

 
 


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