Pick a stock, l can think of multiples that are loaded and ready to go, pick one, we have RKH, EDR, PANR, ANGS, SYN, ARG, BOR, IGAS, UJO, I3E, AXL, EOG then we have ECO drilling next month, these are just what l can recollect off the top of my head.
You don’t have to be right even 5 times out of 10, if the times you’re right you make a double or triple, it offsets all the times you lose 20% or 30%, you have to know what you own: Peter Lynch
Investors believe that the authorities will turn to British producers to cover the shortfall. Well-bought onshore developers IGas Energy PLC, with a 13.41% rise over the week and Egdon Resources PLC 36.47% respectively.
It seems that Igas has a strong fan base, with the stock rising 146.43% in the past month due to hedge fund interest.
Union Jack Oil PLC was up 11.50% during the week and has risen 33.33% over the past month.
UJO owns a 40% stake in the Wressle offshore oil project in Lincolnshire. This has been the driving force behind this movement.
Now take into account Union Jack’s Oil Final hearing for the Court to consider the Capital Reduction has been scheduled for tomorrow, with cash balances and short-term receivables standing at over £9,460,000 “Debt free” onshore – hydrocarbon production, dividend payments about to be approved, company share buyback, fully funded for the next 12 months.
What is not to like, with the current SP sitting at 32.00p.
Investors in Rockhopper Exploration PLC had a great week, shares jumped 90% to 16p after the positive arbitration result with the Republic of Italy. After a successful claim against Italy, the £160mln compensation was awarded to the rocket fuel that powered the oiler. Now look across to the other Falklands Play Borders & Southern Petroleum share price this week, +72.15% in the past week.
Angus Energy finally delivered the news holders had been waiting for, with the company’s site operations team, with supporting specialists, having introduced and processed wellhead gas throughout the combined extraction and condensate processing facility at the Saltfleetby.
That propelled the share price to gain 52.70% this week, with a second well still to come online.
All eyes will be on ANGS this week as sentiment, and momentum has taken hold and with the correct share price sitting around 1.91p, what is not to like, this can push past 2p onwards without any help.
Synergia Energy Ltd (SYN) (formerly named Oilex Ltd) is totally unloved right now, as we all know this can change at a drop of a hat. With a workover rig is being mobilised in early September to re-install the 2 3/8″ production tubing which is anticipated to accelerate the frac fluid flow back.
Once the production tubing is re-installed and the frac fluid flowback completed, the well will be re-tested to determine the full potential of the two newly fracced zones by flaring the gas under a new short-term flaring permit.
The share price sits at 0.15p, the Company plans to initiate a formal farm-out process for up to 50% of the c.1 TCF Cambay gas and condensate field. The Cambay field is covered by a Field Development Plan approved by the Directorate General of Hydrocarbons with the current Production Sharing Contract valid through 2029
At Alkaid-2, Pantheon Resources reached its target depth of 8,000 feet, before branching out laterally to 5,300ft.
Future production wells will have a targeted lateral length of around 8,000ft but as this is the first, Pantheon said it had adopted a conservative approach and utilised a shorter lateral.
Analysts at Peel Hunt noted that, based on previous expectations, 8,000ft suggests a flow rate of 1,200 barrels per day (bopd), at 150 bopd per 1,000ft.
Baker Hughes Advanced Hydrocarbon Stratigraphy (AHS), a respected US company, was charged with compiling a volatile service report based upon data collected after a successful appraisal well was sunk in the early part of this year.
A stock l have covered/highlighted from 23p days, Pantheon’s current estimates for the entire Alaska North Slope project (which includes Talitha, Alkaid-1) are approximately 20bn barrels. Around a tenth of this amount is considered recoverable.
Three Atlantic Margin basins @EcoAtlantic_OG Offshore #Guyana #Namibia #SouthAfrica #ECO
💠Guyana – Orinduik & Canje (JHI)
💠South Africa – 2B & 3B/4B
💠Offshore Namibia – Cooper, Guy, Tamar & Sharon Gazania-1 well on Block 2B, Rig/Spud next month 👀pic.twitter.com/N3ZssqBspk
— Share_Talk ™ (@Share_Talk) August 24, 2022
According to Eco (Atlantic), O&G PLC, the drill rig needed for the new exploration offshore South Africa will arrive at its location by September end. Weather conditions permitting
Gazania-1 is drilling to extract 300mln barrels of light crude oil from the Orange Basin. This area is currently the most active for exploration drilling for oil or gas.
Another one for the watchlist.
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