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PANCONTINENTAL OIL - Projekte in Australien, Kenya, Malta, Marocco und Namibia


ISIN: AU000000PCL4 | WKN: A0CAFF | Symbol: PUB
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Homepage: http://www.pancon.com.au

Letzte Presentation: http://www.pancon.com.au/investor-centr…

Projekte:

Australia
EP 110

BANIYAS - EP 424 - PCL 25% (Offshore Carnarvon Basin, WA)
*34 MILLION BARRELS OIL / 100 + BCF GAS POTENTIAL
* DRILLING 2010



EP 406

STOKES BAY - EP 104 - PCL 10% (Onshore Canning Basin, WA)
* GAS + OIL POTENTIAL
*TESTING 2010


Kenya
KENYA L6 - PCL 40% (Offshore/Onshore Lamu Basin Kenya)
* > 0.5 TCF GAS / 500 MILLION BARRELS OIL POTENTIAL
*SEISMIC 2010
*DRILLING ONSHORE 2011


MBAWA - KENYA L8 OFFSHORE - PCL 25% (Offshore Lamu Basin Kenya)
* 3.6 BILLION BARRELS OIL / 7+ TCF GAS POTENTIAL
*3D SEISMIC LATE 2009
*DRILLING OFFSHORE 2011

Malta
Pelagian Shelf Area 5 & Area 4,Block 3

Morocco
Mediterranee Est Block

Namibia Walvis Basin
RL-1 2007



Project Permit reference Interest
Petroleum prospects
Western Australia EP 104 (R1) 10%
EP 406 5%
EP 110 25%
EP 424 25%
Malta Area 5**80%
Block 3 of Area 4**80%
Kenya L640%
L8 50% reducing to 25%
Namibia RL – 1/2007 (expired)- PSA under negotiation 100%
Morocco Mediterranee
Est. Block* 100% - diluting to 80%

http://www.pancon.com.au/investor-centre/quarterly-reports/r…
Stand 31 Dezember
Kenya L8 – 3D seismic over Mbawa Prospect completed December 2009
Kenya L6 – Planning and groundwork for onshore 2D seismic in 2010
EP 424 Carnarvon Basin - Baniyas Prospect readying for drilling 2010
Malta Area 5 and Block 3 of Area 4- planned meetings in Malta early 2010
Successful Rights Issue raises approximately 2 million dollars

Also ein muss für Zocker: Wenn sie es Meistern noch mehr Geld zu akquirieren marschiert Sie los. Ansonsten ist einfach nur zu empfehlen sehr wenig Geld hier einzusetzen bzw. sie nur auf die Watschliste zu setzen.

Wenn Pancontinetal in Kenya Erfolg hat, rückt diese Aktie in das Sichtfeld der Anlegerscharen. Jedenfalls gehört sie auf die Watchliste.

Viel Spaß beim beobachten:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.796.548 von Kursbrecher am 23.01.10 01:07:33
Scheint eine riesen Explorationswette zu sein, dürfte aber mindestens noch mit einem erheblichen Zeitaufwand, sowie mehreren anderen Risiken verbunden sein. Ein Free Carried Interest ist natürlich immer etwas schönes. Habe nur mal kurz die Presentation angeschaut &abgesehen davon, dass es wahrscheinlich nichts für mich wäre, würden solche Sachen für mich wenn nur mit etwas eingehenderer Recherche in Frage kommen. Verfolge auch einige Öl/Gas "Exploration Plays", die liegen aber i.d.R. in stabilen Regionen(an sich bin ich von Afrika sehr begeistert, an der Börse hat sich meine Begeisterung da aber mit der Zeit erheblich abgekühlt(da sollten dann schon einige Sachen passen)). Für einen netten temporären Kurshüpfer kann soetwas sicher immer mal gut sein.;)

Gruß
Popeye
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.800.374 von Popeye82 am 24.01.10 17:29:55Nun Gut meiner einer hat Ponco schon länger auf dem Radar.
Nachdem dieses Jahr einiges in Plannug ist und das erste Geld in die Kassen gespült wurde, habe ich sie hochgestuft als 500Euro invest. Interresant dürfte sie allerdings erst werden wenn es Ergebnisse aus der geplanten Bohrung gibt, und so eine Auswertung kann ja bekanntlicher weise dauern. Nächstes Jahr gleiche Zeit sind wir bestimmt etwas schlauer.;)
So langsam wird es Interessant...:look:

4 March 2010 Companies Announcements Office
PANCONTINENTAL INCREASES INTERESTS IN CARNARVON
BASIN
PERMITS EP 424 (BANIYAS PROSPECT) & EP 110
Pancontinental Oil & Gas (ASX : PCL) is pleased to announce that it has acquired additional interests in permits EP 424 and EP110 onshore and offshore in the Carnarvon Basin of Western Australia.
The additional interests will be acquired from Carnarvon Petroleum Limited which stated in its most recent quarterly report- “In light of Carnarvon’s current exploration portfolio and commitment levels, it has elected to withdraw from exploration permits EP 424 and EP 110. Whilst they provide attractive exploration prospects, the magnitude of any expected reward is no longer considered material to Carnarvon’s operations”.
As a result of Carnarvon’s election to withdraw from EP 424 and EP 110, Pancontinental has taken up its pro-rata share of Carnarvon’s interests and will increase its working interests from 25% to 38.462% in each permit.
EP 424 contains the Baniyas Prospect on-trend to the Roller and Skate oil fields. Baniyas is estimated to have potential to contain 34 Million Barrels (P Mean) of recoverable oil, or gas potential in excess of 100 Billion Cubic Feet.
Baniyas is planned for drilling later in 2010.
Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL
Neuer Report...
http://www.pancon.com.au/investor-centre/asx/2009/reports/08…

Optimal sind ist die hohe Kapi..sicherlich nicht 592 286 658, aber der faire Wert dürfe in höhe der Optionen liegen, demnach sind hier sicherlich 300-800% drinnen. 250Euro-500Euro sind genug Risikokapital für kleine Privataktionäre. Kaufen ein Jahr liegen lassen und freuen wenn es klappt. :look:

Cash on hand and at bank 2 510 964



Options at beginning of the Half-Year
9 500 000 - $0.09 28 Nov 10
9 250 000 - $0.10 28 Nov 11
4 500 000 - $0.06 28 Nov 12
27 225 000 -
Expired during the Half-Year
1 100 000 - $0.15 21 Nov 09
2 875 000 - $0.15 28 Nov 09
3 975 000 -
Options at end of the Half-Year
9 500 000 - $0.09 28 Nov 10
9 250 000 - $0.10 28 Nov 11
4 500 000 - $0.06 28 Nov 12


The Company may be required to
outlay an amount of approximately $1,037,770 in the first half of 2010 with respect to permit lease
rentals and exploration expenditures to meet these minimum expenditure requirements. The balance
of these obligations will be fulfilled in the normal course of operations, which may include farm-out,
joint venture and direct exploration expenditure
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Oh ha da kaufte ein Risikofreudiger Mensch:look:

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Hört sich gut an..

PRODUCTION LICENCE GRANTED OVER WEST KORA-1 OIL
DISCOVERY

Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL is very pleased to announce that it has been granted Production Licence L15 over the West Kora-1 oil discovery well in the Canning Basin of Western Australia, together with its co-venturers in the project.
Participants in the L 15 Production Licence and Joint Venture are:
Empire Oil & Gas NL 49%
Buru Energy Limited 17%
Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL 12%
First Australian Resources NL 12%
Indigo Oil Pty Ltd 8%

The L15 licence awarded by the Department of Mines and Petroleum of Western Australia runs for 21 years from 1 April 2010.
L15 covers two graticular blocks 6054 and 6126 adjacent to the licence area over the Stokes Bay-1 well and the Point Torment-1 gas discovery in which Pancontinental has a 10% interest.
West Kora-1 was drilled in 1984 and produced some 20,000 Barrels of oil with an initial rate of 350 BOPD during an extended production test.The L15 Joint Venture aims to restore oil production from West Kora -1 into the existing production facility, which is proposed for upgrading.

Operator Buru has an extensive programme planned in the Canning Basin commencing in the dry season this year and this will also include further work on the nearby Stokes Bay -1 well (Pancontinental 10%) drilled in 2007.
Pancontinental CEO and Director Barry Rushworth commented- “This is a very positive step towards re-establishing a cash flow from West Kora-1. With improvements in technology and significantly higher oil prices, revived production from West Kora-1 could well be feasible now that the Production Licence has been secured.
There remains a substantial amount of planning and refurbishment to be undertaken and we look forward to joining Operator Buru and the other participants in moving this project forward”.

Ernie Myers
Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL
Es tut sich schon was....:D

20 May 2010
ASX Companies Announcement Office
Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL (“PCL”) is very pleased to announce that it has agreed on a farmin to drill Irriculla 2 in the Cooper-Eromanga Basin later this year. PCL’s 20% in Irriculla 2 and surrounding Queensland permit ATP 587P will come from operator DVM International Limited (“DVM”). Irriculla 2 will test the Eromanga sequence close to the margin of the underlying Cooper Basin in a Basal Jurassic sand “high side” fault trap, adjacent to oil shows in Irriculla 1 drilled in the downthrown fault block. Several other regional wells also had oil shows, including the commercial oil discovery at Inland 1. DVM calculates that the Irriculla Prospect has P10 potential to contain 34.6 Million Barrels of oil, and P50 potential of 5 Million Barrels. PCL will earn its 20% by funding up to $500,000 of the well cost and will thereafter pay pro-rata 20%. The current estimated well cost is $1.5 million. ATP 587P also holds the Cattle Creek and Carella Creek South Prospects and the large Braidwood Prospect (see accompanying Maps). The farmin has been agreed by PCL and DVM subject to final approval by the Authorities, which is not expected to be withheld. PCL’s CEO and Director Barry Rushworth commented- “Irriculla 2 is a low-cost well with considerable commercial upside and some significant oil shows in the geological system close to the planned well site. This edge of the Cooper Basin is poorly explored and the discovery of the Inland Field some years ago highlights the possibility of further discoveries on the Cooper margins. PCL is very pleased to be joining this exploration project”.
Das nächste Projekt kommt in Wallung....es könnte hier noch ein richtiges Kursfeuerwerk geben.:D

Kenya L6 Force Majeure
Pancontinental Oil & Gas (ASX: PCL) has today been advised by Flow Energy (Flow), the operator of Kenya Permit L6, that Flow have claimed force majeure under the Production Sharing Contract for the period commencing on 19 January 2010.
The force majeure has arisen from restrictions placed on Flow accessing the Kipini Conservancy Trust areas for the purposes of undertaking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and during the period pending final approval of the EIA. Flow is now awaiting the National Environment Management Authority acceptance and approval of the EIA. Flow further advises that they will serve notice as soon as the force majeure event has ceased to exist and when they can resume the work program under the Production Sharing Contract.Pancontinental has a 40% interest in Kenya L6 and Flow is the operator with a 60% interest.
For an don behalf of Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL
Ernie Myers Director
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