Die Cashkassa dürfte trotzdem ordentlich gerasselt haben bei manchen. 200% und mehr gab es nach Aussagen diverser Klatschblätter. Die Aktie steigt jedoch auch aktuell noch immer weiter nach oben. Am 20.Mai 2015 um 10.30 a.m. Londoner Zeit ist dann das Rudelführertreffen.
Ganz aus der Luft scheint es wohl nicht gegriffen, denn immerhin widerlegten sie die Aussage nur damit, dass es noch weitere Untersuchungen und Auswertungen benötige um mit Sicherheit sagen zu können was nun unterm Horsehill liegt. Könnte bei positiven Ergebnissen und dem richtigem Verhalten der BoD richtig nach oben gehen.
At the present time, many investors are shying away from investing in the oil sector. That's understandable, since the near-term outlook for the commodity is not exactly positive, with a global glut of supply and relatively low demand combining to suppress the price of oil.
The Company notes the comments in yesterday's press in relation to the Horse Hill licences in which the Company has an effective economic interest of 20.358 percent. The Company confirms that the current two exploration licences over the Horse Hill licence area and their expiry dates are as follows:
the PEDL137 licence (within which the Horse Hill-1 well was drilled and which was the subject of the Company announcement of 9 April 2015) expires on 30 September 2015 and
: Na aber Hallo Herr Lenigas rudert schon fleißig
It said it would need to do more appraisal drilling, well testing and assessment of recovery factors in order to quantify the net resources in relation to its own licence areas and to prove its commerciality.
But last Friday, UK Oil and Gas Chairman David Lenigas was quoted in the Evening Standard newspaper backing the 100.0 billion barrel figure.
When asked if the 100.0 billion barrel figure was an overstatement, he replied: "No. We said we believed there were 158 million barrels per square mile and we own 55 square miles. We think we can recover 3%-15% ? that?s 100 billion barrels."
"All we said was that the oil we found did not constitute either ?contingent or prospective resources or reserves?," he continued. __________________________________________________
Bis dahin der weitere Plan zur Sicherung in der Nordsee:
LONDON (Alliance News) - The UK Oil and Gas Authority this week released its initial findings in response to the review commissioned by the government in 2014 concerning the UK oil and gas industry, laying out its plan to rejuvenate the North Sea fields and identifying two "key" risks.
The authority, which was set up by UK government, is attempting to work with various partners from the industry and government to try to maximise production of oil and gas from the UK, especially from the UK Continental Shelf in the North Sea, which is facing reduced investment and higher costs as oil and gas fields age.