Vom 22.07.2009 Gutes Potenzial im Block 1711 Bericht im Parlament: Gas-Vorkommen zehn Mal so groß wie Kudu-Gasfeld Windhoek ? Die Öl- und Gas-Exploration im Block 1711 vor Namibias Nordküste hat erfolgsversprechende Ergebnisse hervorgebracht. Sie müsse nun weitergeführt werden, um genauere Daten zu erhalten. Das sagte Bergbau- und Energieminister Errki Nghimtina gestern im Parlament, wo er über die ?vorläufigen Resultate? der Aktivitäten des Joint-Venture-Unternehmens Sintezneftegaz Namibia im Block 1711 referierte (Bericht im Wortlaut siehe unten).
Die geologischen Analysen der Bohrung hätten ?Öl- und Gaspotenzial im Block 1711 sowie gute Perspektiven für die Region insgesamt? ergeben, obwohl die Qualität der untersuchten Gebiete ?nicht sehr gut? gewesen sei, so der Minister. Dennoch: Laut einer Schätzung von PetroAlliance Service Co. (Moskau) soll sich in einer Schicht zwischen 4698 und 4748 Meter Tiefe ein ?potenzielles Gasvorkommen von bis zu 14 Trillionen Kubikfuß? befinden. Das wäre mehr als das Zehnfache des bestätigten Gasvolumens im Hauptfeld des Kudu-Gasfeldes vor der Südküste (ca. 170 km vor Oranjemund), das mit 1,3 Trillionen Kubikfuß (TCF) angegeben wird.
Laut Ministerium wurde bis zu einer Gesamttiefe von 5025 Meter (davon 751 m Wassertiefe) gebohrt, die Explorationsarbeiten wurden im September 2008 abgeschlossen (AZ berichtete). Die Weltwirtschaftskrise habe die Arbeiten verzögert, sagte Nghimtina. Die AZ hat aus vertraulichen Quellen erfahren, dass der russische Energiegigant Sintezneftegaz, der zu 70% an dem Konsortium beteiligt ist, in finanzielle Probleme geraten sei und deshalb nach einem neuen Partner gesucht habe. Zu dem Joint Venture gehören derzeit außerdem Energulf Resources (Kanada, 10%), PetroSA (Südafrika, 10%) Namcor (7%) und die BEE-Firma Kunene Energy (Namibia, 3%).
Ministerial Statement by Honorable Erkki Nghimtina, Minister of Mines and Energy in Respect of Results of Drilling Activities in Block 1711 on 21 July 2009
EnerGulf Resources holders pass all resolutions at AGM
2015-09-02 08:22 ET - News Release
Mr. John Elmore reports
ENERGULF ANNOUNCES AGM RESULTS AND UPDATES ON THE COLUMBUS COPPER CORPORATION ACQUISITION
EnerGulf Resources Inc. has released the results of the company's annual general meeting of shareholders held on Aug. 31, 2015. Jeff Greenblum, John D. Elmore, Peter Gianulis and Anu Dhir were re-elected to the board of directors. Also, Collins Barrow Toronto LLP was re-elected as the auditor of the company.
The company announces that in conjunction with the proposed acquisition of Columbus Copper Corp., Jonathan Chu has resigned as chief financial officer of the company to allow for a seamless transition of this role. "The company greatly appreciates Mr. Chu's contribution to the company during the past 18 months," said John Elmore, president of the company.
The resignation of Mr. Chu as chief financial officer of the company will allow Akbar Hassanally to assume the chief financial officer duties at closing of the arrangement agreement with Columbus Copper. Upon closing the arrangement agreement, Jorge Martinez will become a vice-president of the company, and Jenna Virk will become the corporate secretary and vice-president of legal of the company. The offices of the company would be moved to 1090 Hamilton St., Vancouver, B.C., V6B 2R9. The company looks forward to the closing of the arrangement agreement.
Columbus Copper obtains final court order for merger
2015-09-29 19:13 ET - News Release
See News Release (C-CCU) Columbus Copper Corp (2)
Mr. David Cliff of Columbus Copper reports
COLUMBUS COPPER OBTAINS FINAL ORDER FOR MERGER WITH ENERGULF BY PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
Columbus Copper Corp. has been granted a final order by the Supreme Court of British Columbia approving the previously announced arrangement under the Business Corporation Act (British Columbia), pursuant to which EnerGulf Resources Inc. will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Columbus Copper. The grant of the final order follows the approval of the arrangement by the shareholders of Columbus Copper at a special meeting of shareholders held on Sept. 25, 2015.
Each shareholder of Columbus Copper will receive 0.4937 of an EnerGulf common share for each Columbus Copper common share held. The arrangement is expected to close on or about Sept. 30, 2015, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions for a transaction of this nature.
A letter of transmittal was sent to each registered holder of Columbus Copper common shares, together with the management information circular. The letter of transmittal contains instructions for obtaining delivery of a share certificate evidencing ownership of EnerGulf common shares, which such registered holder of Columbus Copper common shares is entitled to receive upon the arrangement becoming effective. For further details, see the management information circular of Columbus Copper filed under its profile on SEDAR.
Also News Release (C-CCU) Columbus Copper Corp (2)
Mr. John Elmore reports
ENERGULF COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF COLUMBUS COPPER
EnerGulf Resources Inc. has completed the acquisition of Columbus Copper Corp. by way of a previously announced plan of arrangement. Columbus Copper is now a wholly owned subsidiary of EnerGulf.
The arrangement was approved by the shareholders of Columbus Copper at its meeting held on Sept. 25, 2015. A final order was granted on Sept. 29, 2015, by the Supreme Court of British Columbia approving the arrangement.
As a term of the arrangement agreement, Robert Giustra was appointed as a director of EnerGulf on closing, along with the appointments of Akbar Hassanally as chief financial officer, Jenna Virk as vice-president, legal and corporate secretary, and Jorge Martinez as vice-president of communications and technology. Anu Dhir resigned as a director of EnerGulf effective on closing. EnerGulf thanks Ms. Dhir for her contributions to the company and wishes her well in her future endeavours.
Pursuant to the arrangement, each outstanding common share of Columbus Copper was exchanged for 0.4937 of an EnerGulf common share. Following closing of the arrangement, EnerGulf has a total of 92,601,031 common shares issued and outstanding.
Columbus Copper shareholders are asked to complete the exchange of their Columbus Copper shares by completing and returning the letter of transmittal delivered to them to the depository for the arrangement, Computershare Investor Services Inc. Columbus Copper shareholders who have questions or need assistance with completing their letters of transmittal are requested to contact Computershare directly at:
North American toll-free line: 1-800-564-6253
Full details concerning the arrangement can be found in the management information circular of Columbus Copper dated Aug. 19, 2015, and filed under Columbus Copper's profile on SEDAR.
dass in den kommenden Jahren die Ölförderländer außerhalb der OPEC ihre Fördermengen nicht werden halten können. Mit der zu erwartenden ansteigenden Weltölnachfrage, hier werden vor allem die Schwellenländer genannt, dürfte sich in den kommenden Jahren die globale Überversorgung an Öl reduzieren, so dass laut IEA-Prognose bis 2020 die Rohölpreise wieder auf rund 80 Dollar je Barrel langsam klettern werden. Ähnlich äußerte sich auch der Ölminister Kuwaits. Die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate (VAE) sehen bereits für 2016 ein Jahr der Aufwärtspreiskorrektur. Die OPEC-Golfstaaten scheinen entsprechend ihrer bisherigen Förderpolitik die Strategie der Verteidigung der Marktanteile weiter zu verfolgen.
die letzten 3 Jahre waren so erfolgreich, dass ich mir einen eventuellen Rohrkrepierer leisten kann.
Und dann wieder und wieder solche Harakiri Invests gönne. Wenns wird ...gut, wenn nicht egal..
Wichtig war und ist für mich jederzeit das Land in dem ich lebe verlassen zu können, wenn es dort Probleme gibt mit denen ich nicht leben möchte. Das ist mir gelungen und meine Familie und ich möchten das nicht missen.
EnerGulf Announces $300,000 Private Placement May 26, 2016
Vancouver, B.C., May 26, 2016 ? EnerGulf Resources Inc. (TSX-V: ENG, FSE: EKS) (?EnerGulf? or the ?Company?) is pleased to announce its intention to conduct a non-brokered private placement of up to $300,000 consisting of up to 6,000,000 units to be sold at a price of $0.05 per share. Each unit will consist of one common share and one warrant for the purchase of one additional common share of the Company (a ?Warrant Share?) exercisable at a price of $0.06 per Warrant Share for a period of 18 months after the date of issuance of the warrant.
The Company may pay finder?s fees equal to 6% of the proceeds paid or issue finder?s warrants equal to 10% of the number of units sold under the private placement.
EnerGulf intends to use the proceeds of the private placement for general corporate purposes and for potential oil and gas acquisition opportunities. The private placement is subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.
Jeff Greenblum Chairman
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EnerGulf appoints Miller president, CEO; Brookes CFO
2016-06-06 18:44 ET - News Release
Mr. Jeff Greenblum reports
ENERGULF APPOINTS NEW MANAGEMENT TEAM
EnerGulf Resources Inc. has named Ernest B. Miller IV of Houston, Tex., as its president and chief executive officer and Clive Brookes as its chief financial officer and corporate secretary. Mr. Miller and Mr. Brookes have also joined the company's board of directors, effective immediately.
Mr. Miller, a seasoned energy sector executive, has overseen the development of projects in West Africa, South America and the United States.
"I believe that we can bring transformational opportunities to EnerGulf that will position the company for rapid future growth, bringing outstanding value to our shareholders. I am excited for this opportunity," said Mr. Miller.
Mr. Brookes has also rejoined EnerGulf as a director, in addition to assuming the role of chief financial officer. Mr. Brookes previously served as a director and was the CFO of EnerGulf from 2008 to 2014.
Mr. Miller takes over from John D. Elmore, who has resigned as director and president of EnerGulf and all related entities. Mr. Brookes assumes the position of chief financial officer from Akbar Hassanally, who left the company to pursue other interests. Jenna Virk has also resigned as corporate secretary, effective immediately. The company thanks Mr. Elmore for his dedication and service during his tenure with EnerGulf, and thanks Mr. Hassanally and Ms. Virk for their time and efforts.
The company is also reviewing U.S. domestic opportunities and will provide further updates as events unfold.
EnerGulf to acquire Gulf of Mexico prospects interests
2016-06-09 09:23 ET - News Release
Mr. Ernest Miller reports
ENERGULF ANNOUNCES PARTICIPATION IN GULF OF MEXICO PROJECTS
EnerGulf Resources Inc. has signed a letter of intent to acquire certain interests in offshore Gulf of Mexico oil and gas prospects, and is providing a company update.
Gulf of Mexico -- acquisition of rights
EnerGulf entered into a letter of intent with Texas South Energy Inc. to participate in six offshore Gulf of Mexico prospects owned and operated by GulfSlope Energy Inc. Subject to the execution of definitive agreements and the company's financial obligations therein, the LOI provides for participation by the company in drilling one well on block 378, Vermilion area, south addition (Canoe prospect), and a second well on either the Canoe prospect or block 375, Vermilion area, south addition (Selectron Shallow prospect). The company has made a $200,000 (U.S.) payment for its interest in the Canoe prospect. On June 27, 2016, the company will pay an additional $200,000 (U.S.) for its interest in the Selectron Shallow prospect. Upon payment, the company will own a 43.75-per-cent non-operated working interest, and will have certain cost interest obligations in the Canoe and Selectron Shallow prospects.
The LOI also provides for the payment of $400,000 (U.S.) on June 27, 2016, for the acquisition of an undivided 25-per-cent non-operated working interest in the following subsalt prospects: block 870, Ewing bank, and block 914, Ewing bank (Alpha prospect); block 904, Ewing bank, and block 948, Ewing bank (Beta prospect); block 348, Ship Shoal, south addition (Baryon prospect); and Block 371, Eugene Island, south addition (Proton prospect). All blocks are operated by GulfSlope.
As additional consideration, EnerGulf has agreed as a term of the definitive agreement to issue to Texas South a warrant to purchase up to seven million common shares of EnerGulf exercisable for a three-year term at a price of six cents per share.
If EnerGulf fails to meet any payment obligation under the LOI, it will lose the right to participate in the prospect to which such non-payment applies. Furthermore, its participation right in any financed prospects will be reduced proportionately based on the actual payments made relative to the total payment obligations under the LOI.
Albania -- block 8
EnerGulf has been issued a production sharing agreement (PSA) for block 8 in the Republic of Albania. The company will evaluate the optimal development strategy for the block. Block 8 is one of the largest oil and gas blocks in the Republic of Albania, a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organization and an official candidate for membership in the European Union. The company also acquired various chromite properties in Albania and is currently evaluating its strategic options.
Namibia -- block 1711
EnerGulf is awaiting the 3-D program required of the operator and remains committed to the very prospective block.
Lotshi block (Democratic Republic of Congo)
EnerGulf intends to seek a further extension of the Lotshi block production sharing contract with the government of the DRC. The company remains committed to the DRC and the block's potential in the face of current industry difficulties.
Addition of advisers
In connection with the Gulf of Mexico acquisition, EnerGulf has named John B. Connally III and James M. Askew as advisers to the company.
Mr. Connally, an independent energy investor based in Houston, Tex., is a former partner of the law firm Baker Botts in Houston, Tex., specializing in corporate finance transactions in the oil and gas sector. Mr. Connally has participated in founding various oil and gas ventures. He served as a founding director of Nuevo Energy, and was a founding director and former chief executive officer of both Pure Energy Group Inc. and Pure Gas Partners. Mr. Connally currently serves as chairman of the Lt. Governor's Energy Advisory Board in Texas.
Mr. Askew is an independent oil and gas investor based in Houston, Tex. He is a co-founder and formerly served as EnerGulf's president and as a director. He is also a founder, chairman of the board, president and CEO of Texas South, and is a founder, former president and former director of GulfSlope. Mr. Askew has been active as an investor and entrepreneur in oil and gas projects for over 20 years.
Debt settlement with Columbus Gold Corp.
The company has entered into a debt settlement agreement dated June 1, 2016, for the settlement of existing debt in the amount of $50,925 owed to Columbus Gold, a company that provided head office and management services to EnerGulf until May 31, 2016. Under the settlement agreement, half of the debt was forgiven and cancelled, and, subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange, the remaining half will be exchanged for common shares of the company at a price of five cents per share, for an aggregate issuance of 509,250 common shares to Columbus. The shares will be subject to a four-month hold period.
EnerGulf Resources Inc. has planned a non-brokered private placement of up to 80 million units of the company at the price of five cents per unit to raise gross proceeds of up to $4-million. Each unit will consist of one common share of the company and one common share purchase warrant. Each warrant will be exercisable to purchase one additional share at the price of 10 cents for a period of 18 months after closing.
Proceeds from the offering will be used to finance the company's planned field operations, including its proposed participation in two shallow oil prospects in the Gulf of Mexico announced on June 9, 2016, to pay debts and for general working capital. The company is in discussions with Texas South regarding possible amendments to the terms of its participation in the Gulf of Mexico project.
The company proposes to pay finders' fees in cash and warrants in respect of the proposed financing in accordance with the policies of the exchange. All shares issued pursuant to the offering, and any shares issued pursuant to the exercise of warrants or any finder's warrants which may be issued, will be subject to a four-month hold period from the closing date. The offering and the Gulf of Mexico project are both subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.
Vancouver, B.C., October 7, 2016 ? EnerGulf Resources Inc. (TSX-V: ENG, FSE: EKS) (?EnerGulf? or the ?Company?) is pleased to announce a planned non-brokered private placement (the ?Offering?) of up to 80,000,000 units (each a ?Unit?) of the Company at the price of $0.05 per Unit to raise gross proceeds of up to $4,000,000. Each Unit will consist of one common share of the Company (a ?Share?) and one common share purchase warrant (a ?Warrant?). Each Warrant will be exercisable to purchase one additional Share at the price of $0.10 for a period of 18 months after closing.
Proceeds from the Offering will be used to fund the Company?s planned field operations, including its proposed participation in two shallow oil prospects in the Gulf of Mexico announced on June 9, 2016, to pay debts and for general working capital. The Company is in discussions with Texas South regarding possible amendments to the terms of its participation in the Gulf of Mexico project.
The Company proposes to pay finder?s fees in cash and warrants in respect of the proposed financing in accordance with the policies of the Exchange. All shares issued pursuant to the Offering, and any shares issued pursuant to the exercise of warrants or any finders? warrants which may be issued will be subject to a four-month hold period from the closing date. The Offering and the Gulf of Mexico project are both subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.
On Behalf of the Board of EnerGulf
Ernest B. Miller IV CEO and Director
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