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NSE, NEW STANDARD ENERGY LIMITED
boundless
post Posted: Jan 23 2013, 10:09 PM
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In Reply To: batikit's post @ Jan 23 2013, 10:02 PM

this company will be bust in 3 months.

 
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In Reply To: boundless's post @ Sep 17 2012, 08:41 PM

Double bottom + positive divergence since Nov last year

just touched the previous low of 0.27 today , if it finds support from 27c then it has a good chance to reverse from here
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boundless
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Can't believe how quiet this thread is.

This company could be anything over the next 12-18 months. Let's hope for holders that it lives up to the hype!!!

 
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post Posted: Feb 29 2012, 08:45 AM
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They have also this morning announced they have a drilling rig for their Goldwyer formation drilling pogram.

That is very important in their progress


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In Reply To: boundless's post @ Feb 28 2012, 08:10 PM

They own about 8 or 9 % of Buru shares and with Buru going up this would have helped. With Buru getting excellent drilling results (still waiting for wireline log results to confirm) at Valhalla North 1 it has added a lot of interest in the area. It seems like all the smaller stocks are following Buru.


Obl was well up today as well and has gone up quite a lot over the last few weeks.


Conoco Philips are also going to be drilling some time later in the year on NSE acreage. Conoco will have 75% and NSE will have 25% which is pretty good for a small stock.

The Canning Basin is looking really good so hopefully the positive results will continue to flow.


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disco stu
post Posted: Feb 28 2012, 09:33 PM
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In Reply To: boundless's post @ Feb 28 2012, 08:10 PM

BRU own adjacent tenements, all part of the Canning Basin. Shale oil plays are quite the rage atm, I think NSE may have some conventional oil targets in there somewhere as well, but Shale is the real driver. Got itself a big brother by way of Conocphilips, which always helps, as too has the recent rise in the oil price. I lost my nerve and sold out this afternoon, not for any fundamental reasons, simply because some of their charts are looking pretty overbought and ready for a pause (like the market in general)... or then again they may simply power on for some time yet. Probably jumped the gun, but there were some profits to lock in, will be looking to get back in when the opportunity presents.

 

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Why is this going up - BRU related??

 
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Another mover today - up 5c to 48c, new ath!

 
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This one is showing some signs of life too recently - up 5c today (9%) and nearer 50% over the past month or so.

 
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up 20% in past day or 2 on news

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New Standard Energy Ltd (NSE) announces that it has entered into a non-binding Heads of Agreement and exclusive negotiating period with ConocoPhillips Australia SH4 Pty Ltd, an affiliate of global energy company ConocoPhillips.

The Heads of Agreement sets the framework for ConocoPhillips to farm-in and jointly explore, New Standard's flagship Goldwyer Project in the Canning Basin, Western Australia. It also contains an agreed set of core commercial principles which will form the basis for negotiating and completing binding and definitive agreements. These core commercial principles envisage ConocoPhillips funding up to US$109.5MM over four phases of unconventional hydrocarbon exploration work, including the drilling, coring and evaluation of multiple wells.

In return for funding the phased work program ConocoPhillips will have the right to earn up to a 75% working interest in the Goldwyer Project which would reduce New Standard's working interest from 100% to 25%. ConocoPhillips must complete all four phases of work to earn and retain the 75% working interest .......




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