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Faroe Petroleum Plc (LON:FPM) shares could see 100p in the coming months according to technical analyst Zak Mir. Mir, in a Tips TV segment for Proactive Investors, says Faroe’s recovery from lows of 20p in 2016 up to nearly 75p today would reflect the company’s good fortunes as well as the improvement in crude prices over a similar period. Having rebounded from the ‘bear trap’ in February, Faroe shares hit a key indicator in April when it crossed the 200-day moving average, he notes. He highlights that the share remains in an upwards trend and any dips back towards that average have been buying opportunities.
Keith Bush, chief executive of Northern Petroleum plc, has hailed news that partner and oil giant Shell is launching a local engagement programme ahead of submitting an environmental impact assessment (EIA) at the Cascina Alberto project in northern Italy. "We are very pleased that Shell is taking this forward because there are a number of competing exploration opportunities out there." Bush is eyeing the end of April for the EIA to be submitted.
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Northern Petroleum Plc (LON:NOP) has outlined an upcoming work programme for its Canadian assets that will see around 20 historic wells reopened and brought into production. CEO Keith Bush tells Proactive: ''We looked at this as part of the opportunity when we did the asset acquisition over a year ago.'' ''We always wanted to get some wells that had been shut-in for a long time started up and this is really the first opportunity since we've had the financial injection .... we can now really get after our work programme and the 20 wells are the first of it''.
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Stefania Barbaglio from London South East (LSE) talks about the trending stocks at the LSE - Echo Energy (ECHO), Sirius Petroleum (SXX) and Canadian Overseas Petroleum (XOP). Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. The Tip TV Daily Finance Show covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, futures and options. Guests share their high conviction market opportunities, covering fundamental, technical, inter-market and quantitative analysis, with the aim of demystifying financial markets for viewers at h...
Rose Petroleum PLC (LON:ROSE) has moved to substantially de-risk the business following a strategic review of its portfolio of assets in Utah including the termination of its earn-in agreement governing ownership of its Mancos acreage, and agreeing to hand back the Cisco Dome field, wells, pipelines, gas tap, gas plant and all the equipment to Rockies Standard Oil Company. Chris Eadie, chief financial officer, tells Proactive Investors “we felt, with oil price in the range that it is now and against the backdrop of a very large portfolio with high land costs etc that it was sensible to right-size that acreage portfolio and focus on the most prospective acreage in order to make sure we can see ourselves through the current market conditions and be well positioned for the recovery when it co...
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Sirius Petroleum Plc (LON:SRSP) has seen a gradual improvement in both fundamentals and technicals, so says chartist Zak Mir. Looking at the chart Mir highlights key technical signals through the summer weeks that point to a new rising trend for the AIM quoted oil share. “We’re gradually turning around and hopefully, at this rate over the next 6 months or so, we could get up to a penny,” Mir said in a Tips TV segment for Proactive Investors. “It is common sense to say that people are gradually going into it, it is gradually improving and the slower the turnaround normally the more reliable it is.”
Shares in Northern Petroleum PLC (LON:NOP) have eased lower of late but technical analyst expects them to pick up in the coming months and retest their Januarys around the 5.5p mark. “[There’s been] a rising trend channel on the Northern Petroleum chart from as long ago as April last year, with support notionally coming in towards the 3.5p level,” explains Mir in the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board. “If you’re cautious on the shares you’re probably looking for a break of the 50 and 200-day moving averages at 3.87p. “Up above that and we could retest the best levels from the start of 2017 above 5.5p.”
Savannah Petroleum PLC (LON:SAVP) has signed a three-way agreement in relation to the Nigerian section of the Central African Rift System. The memorandum of understanding was co-signed by the New Nigeria Development Company Ltd (NNDC) and Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). Chief executive Andrew Knott tells Proactive: ''Alongside that agreement we've also made several other announcements which I think in aggregate represent a very big step forward for us as a company''. ''NNDC is one of the largest corporations in northern Nigeria - it's a very important and influential partner to have''. The AIM quoted company expects to enter into additional agreements with NNDC and NNPC over time, and it added that separate talks are taking place between them regarding other potential ...
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Genel Energy Plc (LON:GENL) is a better bet for traders than Gulf Keystone Petroleum Limited (LON:GKP), so says technical analyst Zak Mir. In a TIP TV segment for Proactive Investors he examines a possible pairs trade between the two Kurdistan based oil companies.
Egbert Imomoh, AFREN PLC Global Petroleum Show 2012 - Calgary The Oil and Gas Report sponsored by Katch Kan ltd and guest Egbert Imomoh, President and Non-Executive Chairman and co-founder AFREN PLC. Host: Rob Hislop Mr. Imomoh bio: Imomoh is the Non-Executive Chairman and co-founder of Afren plc. His petroleum-industry career began in 1968, when he joined Shell as a petroleum engineer in Nigeria after completing training in The Netherlands. During his career, Imomoh has worked in Nigeria, the UK, and The Netherlands. He rose to the position of Deputy Managing Director of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria, a position he held until his retirement in February 2002. He then worked with Shell International, London, as a Senior Corporate Adviser on Nigeria during 2002-04. Imomoh...
Matthew Idiens, chief executive of Rose Petroleum PLC (LON:ROSE) tells Proactive they're raising £3mln of new capital through a share issue, with the cash earmarked for programmes in the Paradox basin. The funds will be used to complete the 3D seismic survey in Utah which will set up the group for future drill programmes.
Faroe Petroleum PLC’s (LON:FPM) chief executive Graham Stewart tells Proactive Investors that the recent acquisition of five offshore Norwegian assets represents a “giant step forward” for the North Sea oil firm. “[The acquisitions] are very significant for us indeed. They’ll double our production more-or-less and they’ll add a third to our proven reserves.” The acquisitions were funded by a recent over-subscribed placing, and Stewart says the new assets and recent cash influx will help to fund and develop existing projects too. Speaking about Brexit, Stewart feels that, in the short-term at least, Faroe stands to “come out on top”, given that most of its revenues are paid in US dollars, while most costs are in sterling.