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Wildcat1
post Posted: May 13 2018, 01:06 PM
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In Reply To: Wildcat1's post @ May 2 2018, 06:47 AM

The African E&P summit this month, featuring Namibia showcase reception

http://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a58ca99e9bfdf9f706cb461/t/5ae030398a922d758d1f3468/1524641855153/Africa_E%26P_summit-program_25_4-18.pdf

https://www.africaepsummit.com/s/Africa-EP-Summit-Sponsor-Exhibition-4-05-18.pdf

 
Wildcat1
post Posted: May 2 2018, 06:47 AM
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Just for Gemsbok a total of 1.75bln bbls best estimate and 4.8bln bbls high estimate

Worth having another look at the CPR, for all prospects best estimate 3.66bln bbls and 9.63bln bbls high estimate

Not numbers you here quoted everyday, potential here is mind blowing

This potential will not be ignored, Currently there is a land grab going on in Namibia and no one seems to be taking any notice
Exxon have just farmed in near our assets which confirms the prospectivity in the Walvis Basin. It is just a matter of time before a deal is done and I am sure any farmee will want a deal closed before Tullow spud Cormorant in September
When farm out news is out we will be at multiples of the current sp imho

http://www.globalpetroleum.com.au/uploads/...2-agr-tracs-gbp



 
early birds
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http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/26/asia-stocks...and-dollar.html

Sterling was last quoted down 0.40 percent against the dollar in early Asia trade, with the pound/dollar pair trading at $1.2415 at 8:18 a.m. HK/SIN, dropping from levels above $1.2500 in the previous session. Earlier, the pound fell a bit over 0.50%.

Experts pointed to a report from the Times newspaper that suggested Prime Minister Theresa May was preparing for the Scottish government to call a second independence referendum to coincide with the triggering of Article 50 in March.

"If that's the case, I suspect there's been a bit of an overreaction here," Ray Attrill, global co-head of foreign exchange strategy at the National Australia Bank, told CNBC.

Attrill added, "If the market does seriously think there can be another independence referendum much sooner than that, then remembering how hard the pound fell in early September 2014 just in front of the prior referendum, then the memory of that makes Sterling a fairly easy sell here."
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lookout, if it happens , not only pound will dive , so the the markets i reckon. unsure.gif


 
wasabibarako
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In Reply To: garryg's post @ Sep 17 2012, 09:36 PM

garryg: I do know that you are a "buy early - sell before spud" type! Please post here when you start (or have started) buying.... However, GBP is a fairly sparsley traded stock - so it might be a bit difficult for you to accumulate without causing the sp to move. But you could always contemplate to buy in London, where the trading volumes for GBP on the AIM are significantly higher than in Australia. Just an idea.
wasa

 
garryg
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In Reply To: wasabibarako's post @ Sep 17 2012, 01:09 PM

On my watchlist, Wasa.

 
wasabibarako
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Feb 3 2011, 09:15 AM

This GBP board has gone asleep for more than 18 months?! Nobody following this stock any more? Just curious.
wasa

 


mullokintyre
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Got taken out at 22.5 on the open.
Obviously something up, but I have had a very nice profit, so ready to move onto something else.

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farmer fred
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In Reply To: Commander C's post @ May 31 2010, 02:02 PM

I'm hoping they drill a horizontal with TXN in the eagleford shale, that seems to be where the action is in the US. TXN have only $5 million in cash at the moment so not enough for a horizontal, but these wells pay for themselves about 4 times over. I'm holding both.

 
Commander C
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In Reply To: farmer fred's post @ May 31 2010, 01:59 PM

hard to think what they should be doing.
should they risk all on getting more Eagle Ford acreage.

Or watch Texon only and see if they succeed first before moving.

hopefully they don't go wasting money on a dubious african play --- want a real one that spikes the share price permanently!

 
farmer fred
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ May 31 2010, 11:48 AM

There would have been an extra $US 6 million gone in in subsequent to the quarter from the out of court settlement with WPL, so should have cash of $28 million now. Not much activity this month apart from the addition of another Leighton well, with initial production of 460 boepd (15% GBP). Directors have been pretty actively buying.

 
 


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