|HOME» LSE » T » TLW Share Price » TLW Share Chat|
Tullow Oil Share Chat :
- NY Boy 11:25:41 21/11/2014
- Easy money in the energy sector now, crude bottomed out at 74 off from 107+ so a decent entry point, added more BP Also chinese have cut the benchmark rate, so very positive for commods etc. Santa rally building steam now
- ArtNouveau 08:18:24 12/11/2014
- No surprises, basically spending future monies on production assets rather than exploration which ultimately will lead to impairment charges at the full year. Outlook beyond that, once all these assets are on stream looks very rosy in my opinion. Looks a sitting duck at the current shareprice but I've thought that for sometime. ArtN (bought in last week at 4.97)
- oilretire 12:29:32 11/11/2014
- 'Big' from where bb?Reserves? Kudo possibly & the sns sales but that should be expected.Production? Again sns as expected. Jubilee probably down a touch but hopefully offset by news the gas plant CoF has been signed off & now taking commissioning gas.....
- Billy_Buffin 09:53:35 07/11/2014
- hTtp://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/business/artikel.php?ID=333811 First steps to the ramp up of Jubilee oil production and the cessation of gas to flare. Anyone know if TLW gets any payment for the gas? LPG? (butane, propane), Gas Condensate?
- bobsidian 17:21:51 04/11/2014
- ...with a view to acquiring certain of its African assets. TLW not interested in selling the Company. Doubtless the recent plunge in the price of oil will impair their sale value. It will be interesting to see the market reaction to this news.
- ohisay 16:15:57 04/11/2014
- Its hard to escape the conclusion that there isn't a deeper strategy in place by the Saudis. Probably best to sit on the sidelines and wait and see what exactly that is. Because if we're just guessing we are going to see further falls in the likes of TLW.
- zingaro 11:33:22 04/11/2014
- I think that TLW needs to issue an RNS to refute (or accept) that as quoted in allafrica report a government minister said "the company is experiencing financial problems". With the move into Norway and the Barents sea, TLW seem to have taken on more than they can chew and we are paying the dire consequences.
- oilretire 11:32:18 04/11/2014
- Seems they will fund the 44% Namcor stake. As for the other partners, looks like the Chinese will take up the slack there. Katali indicated that the government has already approached the China-Africa Development (CAD) Fund and its potential partner, CNOOC to take up the 46% shareholding. TLW should at least get some back costs I guess?
- Hectorp 13:03:31 16/10/2014
- Is TWL going to 400p? Must be one of the best short plays these days. But if Kirkuk is attacked by IS, or the OPEC decide to cut production, there would be a rapid bounce .. but the worldwide erconomy is starting to fade + shale gas , so crude should again start to slide after all that.
- HOLTS 19:27:14 15/10/2014
- They have to resist more QE , every one has had plenty of notice about when it would end , we have had these situations before , panic currently and perhaps for a while yet , things were overstretched , with Tlw this could give us a very good entry point, trickle feed , who knows where the base is at the moment.
- tomgorham12 08:26:35 15/10/2014
- mccracken227: three things that would quickly revive this share are a change in market conditions, a change in sentiment, or a change in the situation in Uganda. Your guess is as good as mine when these will arrive. Maybe tomorrow, maybe next year. It certainly doesn't need a takeover, though that would obviously put things through the roof.
- Salpara111 16:15:06 10/10/2014
- It is very difficult to put a value on this business but I do think that the time has come to call a halt to exploration and liquidate the business, clearly the management are not going to vote themselves out of highly paid jobs but I do think that the non executive directors should call a halt to this never ending sp decline. I don't hold but I would be seriously pissed if I did.