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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.305.388 von ArbiMod am 02.06.09 20:20:14Thx a lot :kiss:

Tullow bemüht sich um Investitionen in Exploration and Developement. Gerade jetzt zu einer Zeit, in der weltweit die Investitionen für die zukünftige Versorgung aufgrund rückläufigen Ölverbrauchs (und -preises) gesenkt werden. Good Prospect!

Last Updated: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:34

Tullow to spend up to €750m on projects

Tullow Oil plans to spend between €600 million and €750 million on projects in 2009, its chief executive Aidan Heavey told investors in Dublin today.


kurs derzeit überkauft ;)

naja, da geht ziemlich viel die letzten monate im ölsektor
Spitzenreiter im FTSE 100 war das Papier des Ölförderers Tullow Oil. Die Titel sprangen nach einem Ölfund vor der Küste von Sierra Leone um 6,3 % und erreichten zeitweise ein Rekordhoch. Die Größe des Ölreservoirs werde zwar nur auf 250 Millionen Barrel geschätzt, sagte Analyst Peter Hitchens von Panmur Gordon. Es könnte aber ein Hinweis darauf sein, dass in dem Gebiet Rohölreserven von insgesamt mehreren Milliarden Barrel schlummerten.


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Punters are told to hold their fire on Tullow Oil as it looks set to gush

Don't pocket profits in Tullow Oil yet: the shares could double in price. :eek: :eek:

That's the opinion of Morgan Stanley's analysts who today said that the buy case for the oil explorer has become more compelling thanks to tightening energy markets and the rolling out of its drilling campaign.

They also reckon that Tullow's discovery of oil at the Venus well off Sierra Leone last week has reduced the risks from its drilling operations.

Morgan Stanley has jacked up its price target for the shares to 1500p, but has upped its bull case to above £20, resting upon some assumptions about its operations in west Africa.

The broker optimism sent Tullow's shares to the top of the Footsie winners list, surging 31p to 1189p.

The gods of black gold have been kind to Tullow in recent months, with a number of big finds.

Rumour was that this had attracted the attention of Italy's ENI, with traders talking of a £20 price tag.

:D ]http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard-business/article-23747135-details/punters-are-told-to-hold-their-fire-on-tullow-oil-as-it-looks-set-to-gush/article.do][b
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.036.144 von Elrond am 23.09.09 08:28:24Hallo,

habe diese Info aus marcetwatch.com:
By Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch

LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K. explorer Tullow Oil on Monday said it exercised an option to buy 50% stakes in two key production blocks in Uganda that Heritage Oil had tried to sell to Italy's Eni as the race for African oil heats up.

Tullow Oil /quotes/comstock/23s!e:tlw (UK:TLW 1,357, +30.00, +2.24%) said it will pre-empt Eni /quotes/comstock/13*!e/quotes/nls/e (E 52.92, 0.00, 0.00%) /quotes/comstock/23g!eni (IT:ENI 18.45, +0.10, +0.54%) in buying the Heritage /quotes/comstock/23s!e:hoil (UK:HOIL 524.00, +38.00, +7.39%) stake worth $1.35 billion in cash and up to $150 million more in either cash or another oil field.

Separately, Tullow said it's been talking with other "major international and national oil companies" about selling parts of the blocks.

"Uganda wants to make sure they have a number of companies involved in their energy sector," said CEO Aidan Heavey on a conference call.

The Tullow deal requires approval from the Uganda government, which isn't a given, particularly as Italy's foreign minister visited the African country just last week.

Heritage said it has until Jan. 25 to accept a superior proposal.

Tullow said it and Heritage have found over 700 million barrels of proved oil reserves, and potentially another 1.5 billion barrels, in the Lake Albert Rift basin.

Heavey laughed when an analyst asked if the company is now a "grown-up" one focused on production more than exploration and said it has no plans to divest other assets.

"We are pretty happy with the portfolio we have," he said.

Heritage doesn't have to pay a break fee to Eni since Tullow had preemption rights. But it would owe Tullow a break fee of 1% of its market capitalization should it accept a rival offer.

In morning trade on the London Stock Exchange, shares of Tullow Oil rose 1% while Heritage added 2.1%. Shares in Eni fell 0.2% on Borsa Italiana.

Tullow has been active in Uganda for years and has talked about seeking a listing on Uganda's stock exchange.

However, the company has been criticized by Uganda's wildlife authority because contract workers have allegedly poached a rare breed of antelope.

Tullow said it is working with Uganda to address the poaching issue.

Steve Goldstein is MarketWatch's London bureau chief.
Tullow Oil hat gerade auf der alten Auwärtstrendlinie aufgesetzt, die seit 2003 besteht - also als der Kurs dieses Wertes noch bei 70GBp stand, bzw 90% tiefer ;)

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