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schrieb am 12.05.12 13:51:12
11.05.12 300.000 11.100,00 €
Seit langer Zeit mal ein Umsatz in Frankfurt!
schrieb am 13.05.12 11:47:31
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43.156.797 von xxtsc am 12.05.12
und dann gleich gewaltig
schrieb am 17.05.12 22:40:20
Philex Petroleum: Cnooc Is Viable Partner For Reed Bank Gas
Published May 17, 2012
Dow Jones Newswires
MANILA – Philex Petroleum Corp. (PXP.PH) executives said Thursday
that state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp. could be a
viable partner for the Sampaguita natural gas oil field in the Reed
Bank, an area in southern Philippines that is disputed by
Philex Petroleum chairman Manuel Pangilinan, who met with Cnooc
Group earlier this month in China, told reporters that the Chinese
company has the financial capability and technical expertise to
become an investment partner.
Nevertheless, no further talks have been scheduled with Cnooc
officials, Pangilinan said.
Philex Petroleum may have to look for a foreign partner once the
exploration stage has been completed, he said, adding that the
company is talking with other potential partners.
Development costs at the Sampaguita oil field could reach at least
$4 billion, said the company's president, Carlo Pablo.
The latest estimate suggests that the natural gas deposit in the
Sampaguita prospects could be triple the 2.7 trillion cubic feet
reserve of Malampaya, the country's largest natural gas field,
which cost $2 billion to develop.
schrieb am 18.05.12 17:58:43
PPC Plans Reed Bank Drilling
2 Appraisal Wells Next Year
May 18, 2012, 11:26pm
MANILA, Philippines (AFP) - Philex Petroleum Corp. (PPC), a
subsidiary of Philex Mining, said it would start drilling next year
at a “potentially massive” natural gas field at a reef in the South
China Sea also claimed by China.
The drilling of ''two appraisal wells'' at Reed Bank will be
carried out by August, 2013, said Philex Petroleum chairman Manuel
''We need to do a lot before we know the amount of resources
beneath those waters,'' he told stockholders.
His comments come amid high tension with China over territorial
disputes in the South China Sea, with Manila and Beijing locked in
a standoff over the Scarborough Shoal.
Philex Petroleum said last month the field at Reed Bank could hold
4.66 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of gas, nearly twice as much as the
Philippines' largest known deposits.
China claims almost all of the South China Sea, including the Reed
Bank, which is about 148 kilometers (92 miles) off the Philippine
island of Palawan and which the Philippines claims as its
Last year the Philippines accused Chinese vessels of harassing an
exploration vessel off Reed Bank, and Manila has repeatedly accused
China of aggressive actions in disputed waters.
Pangilinan also said he met with officials of China National
Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) in Beijing recently to discuss
their offer to jointly develop the Reed Bank field.
But he said that other big companies had also approached Philex,
adding that his firm would need the help of a major oil company as
a partner to develop the Reed Bank.
''A gas field will need major expenditures and the help of
international oil firms that have the technical capability and
financial resource,'' he said.
Asked if having CNOOC as a partner might assuage the Chinese, he
said: ''I'm assuming the political aspects would recede in the
However, he would not speculate on what would happen if Philex
chose another partner.
''If gunboats appear on the horizon, there is nothing we can do,''
For over a month, Philippine and Chinese ships have been engaged in
a standoff to press their conflicting claims to the Scarborough
Shoal, which is more than 400 kilometers to the north of Reed Bank.
schrieb am 18.05.12 17:59:24
CNOOC a solid partner in Recto Bank - Philex
By Neil Jerome Morales (The Philippine Star) Updated May 18, 2012
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Manila, Philippines - Pangilinan-led Philex Petroleum said
state-run China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) is financially
and technically viable partner in the potentially resource-rich
Philex Petroleum the oil exploration unit of top gold producer
Philex Mining Corp., held meetings with CNOOC in Beijing last
month, its top executive said yesterday.
“What we want to satisfy ourselves is their interest in Service
Contract 72 and they expressed their interest,” said Manuel V.
Pangilinan, Philex Petroleum chairman.
“And of course their financial and technical capability and from
the looks of it, they do have the resources available,” he
Officials of Philex Petroleum and CNOOC met three weeks ago in
Beijing, a meeting Pangilinan described as “cordial and
Last week, Philex Petroleum announced it is open to partnering with
anyone that can help exploit the potential resources of Recto Bank,
which lies near the disputed Spratly Islands.
Its subsidiary, London-based Forum Energy Plc, through its
100-percent interest in Forum Philippine Holdings Ltd. and Forum
Ltd., holds a 70-percent equity in SC 72.
Last month, Forum Energy revealed that the latest seismic survey on
its offshore prospects in the Recto Bank showed the prospective
resources could reach as high as 16.612 trillion cubic feet for
natural gas and 416 million barrels for oil. The area is now
believed to have 3.4 trillion cubic feet of gas and potentially 440
million barrels of oil – said to be bigger than the existing
Malampaya gas field off Palawan.
Pangilinan said CNOOC is one of the largest companies in China,
with revenues and profits reaching 250 billion renminbi and 67
billion renminbi, respectively, last year.
Pangilinan said the company is open to conducting more discussions
However, Philex Petroleum has yet to firm up a farm-in deal with
any potential partner.
Pangilinan said a number of non-Chinese firms have approached
management for a partnership.
“Typically a gas field will need a major expenditure and the help
of international oil firms that have the technical capability and
the financial resource to develop a field of some size,” Pangilinan
SC 72 covers an area of 8,800 square kilometers.
“It is important, if not critical for us, to partner with one or
more than one international oil companies. We cannot do this on our
own,” Pangilinan said.
Philex Petroleum, which listed in the local bourse by way of
introduction in September, wants to plans to drill two appraisal
wells in the Sampaguita gas field until August 2013 that needs an
investment of $75 million.
China maintains that the waters around the island have been a
traditional Chinese fishery.
The Philippines, on the other hand, insists that the Panatag
(Scarborough) Shoal is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive
economic zone based on the UN Convention on the Laws of the Sea.
schrieb am 26.05.12 08:22:27
25 May 2012
FORUM ENERGY PLC
("Forum" or the "Company")
Increase in loan facility from Philex Mining Corporation
The Board of Forum is pleased to announce that Forum Philippines
Holdings Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, has
today agreed an increase in its existing loan facility agreement
with Philex Mining Corporation (the "Facility").
The Facility has been increased from US$10 million to US$15
million. The Facility is unchanged otherwise from the original
three year Facility which was announced on 24 November 2010, and
which has now been drawn down in full. The repayment date for all
amounts drawn under the Facility will therefore remain as 24
November 2013, and funds will continue to be borrowed at an
interest rate of LIBOR + 4.5%. The Company also remains as the
guarantor under the Facility.
The increase in the Facility will assist in funding Forum's working
capital requirements, in particular in the planning stages of the
second sub-phase of the work programme for SC72, the Company's
Philex Mining Corporation is the parent company of Forum's two
principal shareholders, Philex Petroleum Corporation and FEC
Resources Inc, and is therefore a related party of the Company. As
a result, the increase in the facility is a related party
transaction under the AIM Rules for Companies. The independent
director of the Company considers, having consulted with Execution
Noble & Company Limited, the Company's nominated adviser, that
the terms of the Facility are fair and reasonable insofar as the
Company's shareholders are concerned.
Andrew Mullins, Executive Director, commented:
"We are delighted to have been able to arrange the increase in the
Facility to US$15 million, on the same attractive terms. The
Facility will enable the Company to move forward with planning the
SC72 drilling programme. As previously announced, we will continue
discussions with our major shareholders, our joint venture partner
and our advisors to determine how the full SC72 drilling programme
will be funded. We look forward to releasing further updates as
schrieb am 26.05.12 10:05:25
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43.213.835 von hainholz am 26.05.12
FEP - hält 100% von FEP - Market Cap $ 77 m
PXP - hält 53% von FEP - Market Cap $ 1,446 b
Atok Big Wedge - hält 25.9% von FEP - Market Cap $ 1,87 b
FEC - hält 25,63 % von FEP - Market Cap $ 17,57 m
SC72 wird an der phillipinschen Börse erheblich höher bewertet als
in London. Bin gespannt wann sich diser gewaltige Unterschied
aufösen wird. Nimmt man die Bewertung von PXP (haben geschrieben
SC72 sei ihr wertvollstes Asset) müsste FEP in London ca. mit 700 M
$ bewertet und FEC mit $ 175 M. Die unterschiedlichen Bewertungen
sind absurd und werden sich irgendwann angleichen müssen, entweder
auf den Phillipinen nach unten oder in London nach oben. Bevorzuge
natürlich die letztere Variante.
Wer mag kann sich sich ja mal die Markt.cap von Cove Energy (SC72
vergleichbares Asset vor Mocambique, Shell legte Übernahmeangebot
vor!) oder von Noble Energy (SC72 vergleichbares Asset vor Israel)
ansehen. Das könnte ein Ausblick sein, was hier kommen kann, sobald
feststeht, welchen Partner Philex für SC72 ins Boot holt und der
Streit mit China beigelegt ist. Das letztere zeigt imo das Risiko,
die Chinesen sind unbrechenbar. Von FEP sind übrigends nur 3 Mill.
Aktien im freien Handel, alle anderen sind im festen Besitz. FEP
könnte daher sehr schnell stiegen, soefern es kaufwillige Briten
gibt, was bisher nicht der Fall ist.
schrieb am 25.06.12 21:42:03
wohl doch Chinesen
Aquino backs gas project in Recto Bank
By: Christine O. Avendaño, Doris C. Dumlao
Philippine Daily Inquirer
11:28 pm | Monday, June 25th, 2012
President Aquino: Full support for Recto Bank gas exploration
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet—President Aquino said Monday the government
was fully behind the gas exploration project being undertaken at
the Recto Bank by businessman Manuel Pangilinan with a Chinese
company as well as the latter’s bid to expand his foreign partners
in the venture.
“Mr. Pangilinan will be undertaking the venture based on
authorization coming from the Philippine government,” he said.
Aquino told reporters here that the gas exploration project being
undertaken by Pangilinan’s Philex Petroleum Corp. with state-owned
China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) was a major project that
would need much financing.
“There will be a lot of finances that are needed and it is also
incumbent upon him to source this financing,” the President said,
adding that “so long as it complies with the terms and conditions
as stipulated in the service contract, we have no issue with this
Over the weekend, Pangilinan said he planned to expand the
consortium undertaking gas exploration at Recto Bank, which both
the Philippines and China claim, to “internationalize” and
“depoliticize” the concession area while boosting the financial and
technological muscle for the project.
While Philex is preparing to work with CNOOC on the project, under
an agreement that requires the approval of both the Philippine and
the Chinese governments, Pangilinan, speaking on Thursday night in
Hong Kong, said the project might be big enough to take in one or
two more foreign partners.
Meantime, business tycoon Enrique Razon Jr. has also cleared the
air with Pangilinan on the issue of having CNOOC as a strategic
partner in the Recto Bank project, touted to have resources much
bigger than that of the Malampaya gas field.
“As long as they’re genuine partners, whether Chinese, Japanese or
Americans, it’s okay with us,” Razon said.
Razon said he had spoken to Pangilinan in the United States, where
they joined the Philippine business delegation during President
Aquino’s state visit.
In Congress, Muntinlupa Representative Rodolfo Biazon has urged the
government to adopt a moratorium on all negotiations with Chinese
exploration companies for joint projects in disputed areas.
schrieb am 27.08.12 21:54:00
Forum Energy Seeks Int’l Partner
By MYRNA M. VELASCO
August 27, 2012, 5:51pm
MANILA, Philippines — Forum Energy is eyeing to tap an
international oil company (IOC) as a third partner in the Recto
Bank exploration venture, Philex Petroleum Corporation Chairman
Manuel V. Pangilinan has hinted in an exclusive interview.
“I would like at least to have a third partner, seeing something
that proceeds with CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation);
and assuming that, we’d like to see an international oil major to
be part of the equation.”
Philex Petroleum is majority stakeholder of United
Kingdom-headquartered Forum Energy plc, which is the operator of
Service Contract 72 covering the Recto Bank oil and gas exploration
For the partnership arrangements being pushed, Pangilinan admitted
that their future move would be to convince all parties “to agree
to it; and for the government giving consent to it.” He did not
disclose yet which global oil firm is being eyed for any farm-in
deal in SC 72.
Pangilinan has noted that the tie-up explored initially with CNOOC
has been a “commercial partnership.”
He stressed that “when we’ve met (with CNOOC) in May, it was quite
productive. They wanted to explore the notion of a commercial
When asked on follow-through negotiations with CNOOC on the
partnership prospect, Pangilinan noted that he defers commenting
further for now.
He emphasized though that the stance of both parties will consider
a lot of things in the negotiation table, hence, they would have to
proceed cautiously with it.
“For this, you have to deal with foreign government…you have to be
expert in Chinese affairs. We have to play it by ear. We have to
understand how they operate, how they make decisions,” Pangilinan
He added that in exploring that deal with CNOOC, it was also
preeminent in Forum Energy’s concern to consider the Philippine
government’s interest in the whole process. “Of course on our side,
we have to appreciate what is important to our government and our
country,” he said.
While mulling over options on tapping foreign partners for the
Recto Bank venture, Pangilinan has re-affirmed that drillings at
the block have to be deferred to next year because of the lack of
rigs that they can contract for the activity.
He noted that they will correspondingly inform the Department of
Energy (DoE) on that plan based on the 90-day notice set for
petroleum service contractors on their drilling schedules.
Forum Energy has budgeted $80 million for the drilling of two wells
at the Recto Bank this year. The company though is given until 2013
to accomplish that commitment under its seven-year work program
submitted to the energy department.
The gas potential of the block was reported to be heftier than
Malampaya’s yield, but the drillings have yet to confirm if the
reserves are really of commercial scale.
schrieb am 20.10.12 01:00:13
was los ?
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