UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC (London AIM and ISDX: UKOG) is pleased to announce that, to optimise well completion and subsequent flow test performance, it has successfully drilled, logged and cased a mechanical sidetrack, BB-1z, at its 100% owned Broadford Bridge-1 (“BB-1”) exploration well located in licence PEDL234.
It has been a while since I did my regular Bulletin Board Heroes video, and I am pleased to see that other have emerged on Twitter to fill the vacuum, or dare I say it, the painful void.
Operational Update and Warrant Exercise
Yesterday’s UKOG was released after market trading hour’s ‘Operational Update and Warrant Exercise All flow test regulatory permissions in place, work continues to “complete” the well followed by a rig-less flow-test. Preliminary log interpretations, an application to extend the exploration/testing phase for a further year submitted to West Sussex County Council.
UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC (London AIM and ISDX: UKOG) announces that as the HSE have consented to the revised and expanded flow test programme, all necessary regulatory permits are now in place to commence flow testing at its 100% owned Broadford Bridge-1 (“BB-1”) exploration well located in licence PEDL234.
Today we highlight a UKOG & ANGS hydro carbons AIM-listed companies that have caught shareholder attention lately. A few listed companies have relaunched themselves, some have suffered major setbacks from past heights, while others have gathered pace and are looking to expand. One thing is for sure, life is never dull on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM).
In part 1 we covered Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited ‘AIM:COPL’ (TSX-V: XOP) and will summarise for those who missed the blog