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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.456.957 von texas2 am 15.08.18 19:46:12
Und Nun?
Hallo Texas, danke für Deine guten Beiträge denn hier ruht still der See! Was schätzt ihr denn, wie es weitergeht! Ich gehe nicht davon aus, dass jemand die Anteile von Africa Oil, das Unternehmen wurde ja von fast 6 Euro runtergeprügelt, zum 0 Tarif verscherbeln möchte! Was denkt Ihr?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.456.729 von texas2 am 15.08.18 19:19:23Die Familie Lundin wird aufgefordert, Afrika-Öl zu kaufen
2018-08-15 07:16Direkte Geschäftswelt
Die Familie Lundin erwägt, Africa Oil von der Börse über einen Online-Shop zu kaufen, bei dem die Ölfirma IPC der Käufer ist. Das Problem ist, dass der größte Besitzer von Africa Oils, British Helios, Zweifel am Layout hat.

Es schreibt Dagens Industri am Dienstagabend mit Bezug auf anonyme Quellen.

Laut Di Informant Lukas Lundin müde von Afrika Oil schwachen Aktienmarkt und sind bereit, etwas Radikales mit dem Unternehmen zu tun.

„Der Deal sehr logisch ist. Die Unternehmen zusammen passen, weil Africa Oil kein Geld hat, sondern große Reserven. IPC stark wachsenden Cashflows aus seiner bestehenden Produktion hat aber würde eine größere langfristige Reserven“, sagte einer der Zeitung Quellen.

Die Familie Lundin besitzt jedoch nur etwa 8 Prozent von Africa Oil, und andere Eigentümer zögern vielleicht, das Unternehmen zu niedrigen Preisen zu verlassen. Ein großer Eigentümer ist Helios Investment Partners, der über 12 Prozent der Anteile an der Gesellschaft kontrolliert und Investitionen in Höhe von 900 Millionen SEK getätigt hat. Gegenwärtig ist die Aktie seit Abschluss der Investition um fast 50 Prozent geschrumpft, schreibt Dagens Industri.

DIREKTE GESCHÄFTSWELT
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.448.770 von texas2 am 14.08.18 23:47:47https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2018-08-14/africa-o…
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.405.500 von texas2 am 08.08.18 23:43:02Boersengeruechte : Wenn ich die schwedische Google Übersetzung richtig verstehe überlegt Lukas. Lundin ob er ioc mit aoi merged unter dem Motto 1+1=2,5

https://www.international-petroleum.com/documents/pn_co_pres…

Icn wurde 2017 gelistet und hat 2018 die Produktion eindrucksvoll schnell von 10 auf 30 kbbl/d gesteigert.


+ hat Produktion
+ ist in ländern mit geringem Risiko unterwegs

- ist in vielen assets beteiligt um auf die 30 kbbl zu kommen


Unterm Strich gefällt mir Aoi besser die aber den Schönheitsfehler hat dass sie noch keine wirklich richtige Produktion hat

Wenn man snm, icn und aoi in eine Firma zusammenfassen würde, würde ein passabler Independent raus kommen der alles für einen gut aufgestellten upstream Independent hätte.
Bisher dachte ich Lundin will Aoi,Snm verkaufen und nicht mit Icn zusammenbringen

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.238.019 von texas2 am 17.07.18 22:48:11https://www.reuters.com/article/tullow-kenya/tullow-oil-keny…
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.137.647 von Imperat am 04.07.18 17:41:52Da fällt mir dazu nicht mehr viel ein außer :mad:
Auf diesem kontinent hat man immer Schwierigkeiten mit dem win win wobei es hier ein ioc win ein Staat win und ein locale bevölkwrung win geben muss sonst klappt das nicht.


africaTechJuly 17, 2018 / 3:03 PM / Updated 6 hours ago
UPDATE 2-Tullow Oil may halt Kenyan oilfield operations due to protest

Reuters Staff
3 Min Read

* Tullow aims for first Kenyan oil exports 2021/22
* Pilot trucking scheme from fields to coast interrupted
* Tullow “optimistic” trucking will restart soon (Adds quotes, background)
NAIROBI, July 17 (Reuters) - Britain’s Tullow Oil said on Tuesday that it might be forced to shut down operations at its northern Kenyan oilfields if it cannot reach a deal to end protests by the local community that have disrupted activities to truck oil from the area.
The protests, which began on June 27, interrupted a trucking scheme that aims to transport about 2,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude from northern oil fields to the coast. The pilot scheme was launched in June.
The oil is being used to test flow rates and other technical issues before the start of full production and before Kenya starts oil exports via a pipeline to the coast. The pipeline is due to be constructed by 2022.

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The production area in the Turkana region has long been plagued by banditry and cattle rustling. Turkana also lies near South Sudan, a nation torn by years of conflict.
“It is vital that our return to work in Kenya has the backing and support of the government, Turkana leadership and the community. We are working hard on reaching an agreement that will make sure that our operations will not be interrupted in the future,” said Martin Mbogo, Tullow Kenya Managing Director.
“Discussions are ongoing and we are optimistic that we will be able to start crude oil trucking again soon,” Mbogo said.
But he added that essential supplies needed to run production “will run out in the next 14 days after which we will have no option other than a complete shutdown of the camp.”
The company said this month it had reduced its staff at the site due to the unrest in the area that had interrupted operations.
Officials at the ministry of petroleum and mining did not comment immediately when asked about Tullow’s statement.
The protesters are demanding the deployment of more security forces in the area, Kenyan media has said.

Tullow has said the Amosing and Ngamia onshore fields have estimated contingent resources of about 560 million barrels, with plateau production potentially reaching 100,000 bpd. (Reporting by Duncan Miriri, additional reporting by Shadia Nasralla in London Editing by Jan Harvey and Edmund Blair)
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Still ruht der See - nur die Ölpreise steigen trotz Erhöhung der Produktion! Was sagt uns das? Hier gibt es aber wirklich keine gescheiten Shareinformationen!
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.817.679 von texas2 am 23.05.18 20:01:52Tullow Hires Wood To Design Kenyan Oil Pipeline
Wednesday May 30, 2018
URL: https://www.rigzone.com/news/wire/tullow_hires_wood_to_design_kenyan_oil_pipeline-30-may-2018-155765-article/

LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) - Tullow Oil hired Wood to design a pipeline needed to bring crude from Kenya's Lokichar onshore fields to Lamu on the Indian Ocean coast, Wood said on Wednesday.
Kenya, which currently exports no crude, discovered commercial oil reserves in its Lokichar basin in 2012 and the 800-km (500-mile) pipeline is expected to be built before production is due to start in 2021/22.
Tullow operates the Kenyan fields, while the other investors are Canada's Africa Oil and France's Total. Kenya's government is expected to take a stake through state-owned National Oil.
A government official told Reuters last month that Wood was picked to design the pipeline.
Tullow has said the Amosing and Ngamia fields in the basin have estimated contingent resources of about 560 million barrels, with plateau production potentially reaching 100,000 barrels per day.
The cost of the pipeline is estimated at $1.1 billion, with a further $2.9 billion needed for upstream operations, Tullow says. A final investment decision on the upstream and pipeline plans is expected in 2019.
Tullow picked Australia's Worley Parsons as engineers for its oil blocks, a government official said.
Kenya moved a closer to full production at the blocs this month when the local government and the national government agreed on revenue sharing.
The agreement on revenue sharing will pave the way for the passage of a much delayed law on petroleum production, allowing Tullow to start shipping oil, which has been held in storage tanks for a year as it waited for the law.
(Reporting By Shadia Nasralla Additional reporting by Duncan Miriri in Nairobi Editing by Edmund Blair)
das wars dann wohl wieder - abwärts gen Süden anstatt nach Norden!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.803.432 von texas2 am 21.05.18 20:04:35laut diesem Artikel hätten wir jetzt 2 Tage verspätung

By PSCU, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 23 President Uhuru Kenyatta will flag off trucking of Kenyas early oil from Lokichar in Turkana County on June 3, in what will inject oil as a critical factor in the economy, State House says.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.802.379 von texas2 am 21.05.18 15:33:57mit der aussage von kenyatta als zündfunke


MIMAH MUENI, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 19 President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday announced that the production of oil from the Turkana oilfields would now start without any hindrance after an agreement was reached on the sharing of revenue.

The President said revenue from the oil would be shared in the following way: 75 percent for all Kenyans through the National Government, 20 percent to the county government and five percent to the local community.


The Head of State spoke after a deal was struck on the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Bill, specifically with regards to provisions for revenue sharing.

“We now have an understanding that can put Kenya on the map of oil exporting countries. We will intensify our exploration efforts not just in Turkana but the rest of the country now that we have a legal instrument that can help guide how oil and gas will be handled in our republic,” the President said.

The first trucks carrying crude oil are scheduled to roll out of Turkana County by June 1.

The President was joined at State House, Nairobi, where he made the announcement by Deputy President William Ruto and leaders from Turkana led by Governor Josphat Nanok.

President Kenyatta thanked Governor Nanok and the other Turkana leaders for their initiative to find a quick resolution to the outstanding issues.

Governor Nanok has said the leadership and the people of Turkana were now fully in support of the exploration and production of oil after the disagreements were resolved.

He said the Council of Governors, which he chairs, is also satisfied with how the issue was resolved.

“The impediment that the Turkana people were concerned with and even the council of Governors raised in its petition to Parliament has now been discussed and resolved,” said the governor.

He said the leadership from Turkana would support the fast-tracking of the transportation of oil by road as well as the construction of the oil pipeline to Lamu Port.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.780.175 von Imperat am 17.05.18 12:12:16das elend ist heute in sweden um 16% gestiegen (auch wenn die lundins nicht zum zug kommen sollten erhält aoi auf diese weise Aufmerksamkeit in der Branche)

AFRICA OIL
INTRESSED BY PETROBRAS AFRICA ASSETS - RTRS (Direct)
2018-05-18 17:05
STOCKHOLM (Direct) The Brazilian oil giant Petrobras, who is wrestled with debt and corruption investigations, is told to sell its African assets.

Three consortia, in which Africa Oil is a part of one, is said to have submitted a bid for African assets comprising two Nigerian assets, offshore.

It wrote Reuters on Thursday with reference to persons with insight into the matter.

Petrobras' share of African assets has previously been subject to a value of around $ 2 billion, according to the Reuters article.

The oil merchant giant Vitol, together with London-based Delonex, is looking for oil in the eastern and central parts of Africa, as well as the Lundin family's Africa Oil to be one of the bidders where bids were submitted in early May.

Just before Christmas, the big owner Lukas Lundin told the news agency Direct that Africa Oil has aimed at acquiring production assets, looking at, among other things, potential major purchases in West Africa, offshore, in the billionth grade.

"We are looking at four different possible acquisitions in West Africa right now and there is a large acquisition that looks interesting with a price tag of up to $ 1 billion. We have a cash box of over $ 400 million since we can borrow money," he said. to Direct.

The other two consortia are reportedly comprised of Glencore and Royal Dutch Shell.

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Öl steigt - Africa Oil - seitwärts
es ist schon ein Elend mit Africa Oil. Die Ölpreise steigen - die Prognosen auch - nur unsere Africa Oil bewegt sich völlig untertourig! Ein Trauerspiel - was meint ihr? Wird das noch was?
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.704.974 von texas2 am 06.05.18 19:09:54
Tullow says it’s awaiting nod for oil transport to Mombasa

Tullow is ready to transport oil from Turkana to Mombasa before the end of this month but is still waiting for the governments permission to do so. The government has indicated that it was preparing for the trucking of the oil under the Early Oil Pilot Scheme by the end of May although that prospective is facing a number of obstacles. The oil companys country manager Martin Mbogo, however, said they were only waiting for a nod from the government to start the transportation. Responding to questions on Tullows preparedness for the piloting, Mr Mbogo said they were still engaging the government to ensure the success of the scheme. From a technical perspective, Tullow is ready to commence Early Oil Piloting Scheme trucking. However, stakeholder engagements led by the government of Kenya are ongoing and we await for the governments green light to proceed, said Mr Mbogo. Despite the assurance, the probability of that happening has been set back by the suspension of the new Petroleum Bill in the National Assembly. Majority, Leader Aden Duale said there were too many changes proposed by MPs, necessitating its temporary withdrawal. Under the scheme, the oil will be taken by road to the Kenya Petroleum Refineries in Mombasa as it awaits exportation. The piloting programme, however, faces a number of challenges. There has been an uproar over what Turkana people should get following a contested proposal in the new Petroleum Bill that is before the National Assembly sponsored by the national government. The proposed law gives Turkana County a total of 25 per cent from the oil revenue but that is capped so that the total amount given does not exceed what the county gets from the National Treasury each year. From that, 20 per cent will go to the county government and the remaining to the host community. The residents and their leaders want 10 per cent for the host community and have already drawn a red line. They said any attempt to lower the percentage will be a provocation to act. At Lepese village in Turkana South, Mr Malcon Lopatio, was more blunt, saying they were ready to fight for what they believed was their right share. We are always being called for meetings but nothing is coming out of them. These are useless meetings. If they do not want to listen to us and address our problems they should be ready for a difficult time, said Mr Lopatio, a boda boda rider. Mr Samuel Lomodo, a local leader, said the general feeling among the people was that with the 10 per cent their lives would be improved faster. He said it would be an insult to the residents if that was to be reduced. The message is clear and the people here have spoken. They have said there will be no oil that will leave Turkana unless they are assured that they will get the 10 per cent, said Mr Lomodo in Lokichar. Another big challenge is the delayed construction of Kainuk bridge that literally connects Turkana to the outside world. Without the bridge, which the Deputy President William Ruto recently said had been allocated Sh1.5 billion, transportation of the oil will be impossible. https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/news/counties/Tullow-says-its-awaiting-nod-for-oil-transport/4003142-4553294-1x6u68/index.html
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.619.593 von texas2 am 24.04.18 20:57:47So ganz habe ich nie verstanden warum die Lundins nach AOI zusätzlich noch Africa Energy aufgesetzt haben (???), wo sie doch jetzt AOI auf dem afrikanischen Kontinent mehr diversifiziert aufgestellt haben und AOI damit eine richtige Upstreamfirma werden könnte, die in das Beuteschema eines Major oder einer staatlichen Firma aus Asien zB sehr gut passen könnte, wenn sie die 100k bbl/d oder ähnliches eines Tages doch noch reißen. Zur Zeit ist AOI sowieso wegen dem geplanten Pipelineflaschenhals in Kenia für die Zukunft auf 20-30k bbl/d beschränkt (was sich mMn in dem schwachen Aktienkurs zurzeit spiegelt und begründet).


Africa Oil Corp. Acquires Shares of Africa Energy Corp.

VANCOUVER, May 4, 2018 /CNW/ - (AOI-TSX, AOI-Nasdaq Stockholm) Africa Oil Corp. ("Africa Oil", "AOC" or the "Company") announced today that it had acquired 144,956,250 common shares of Africa Energy Corp. ("Africa Energy" or the "Company") (TSXV:AFE or Nasdaq First North: AEC) for CAD$0.16 per common share (USD$0.1242 per common share). Immediately prior to the acquisition, Africa Oil held a total of 91,096,164 common shares representing approximately 28.54% of the Company's then issued and outstanding common shares. Following the acquisition, Africa Oil now holds a total of 236,052,414 common shares, or approximately 34.63% of the Company's issued and outstanding share capital. The common shares were acquired pursuant to a private placement offering on May 4, 2018 for a total consideration of CAD$23,192,960 (approximately USD$17,999,969). The common shares of the Company were acquired by Africa Oil for investment purposes. Africa Oil may from time to time increase or decrease its investments in the common shares of Africa Energy depending upon the business and prospects of the Company and depending on future market conditions About Africa Oil Corp. Africa Oil Corp. is a Canadian oil and gas company with assets in Kenya and Ethiopia. The Company is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and on Nasdaq Stockholm under the symbol "AOI". Additional Information The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below at 3:30 Pacific Time on May 4, 2018. A copy of the Early Warning Report filed pursuant to National Instrument 62-103 may be obtained from Ronda Fullerton, 1-604-689-7842. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD "Keith C. Hill" President and CEO
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.681.591 von Imperat am 02.05.18 22:33:47Die Öffentlichkeitsarbeit ist bei den Lundin Firmen nicht die beste. Da ist wirklich Luft nach oben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.619.593 von texas2 am 24.04.18 20:57:47Was passiert hier! Keine Performance trotz stark steigender Ölpreie! Da ist doch was faul und die Lundins melden sich überhaupt nicht! Saftladen , wo geht der Weg hin, wollen Sie uns rauskegeln damit billig ne Übernahme stattfinden kann! Und da denke ich an die 100,00 Dollar von Pfauntsch! Die Ölpreie sind fast die Gleichen wie damals! Verarsche oder?
http://www.africaoilcorp.com/i/pdf/AOI-Corporate-Presentatio…
Folien 7 und 9: Alleine schon auf Grund der Statistik sollte bei den über 12 kommenden Bohrungen außerhalb Kenias zumindest ein Treffer dabei sein. Und auch die Diversifikation sehe ich als Pluspunkt. Allerdings hat AOI "nur" 20-30% Beteiligungen an den 3 Firmen, die ihre Anteile wiederum in den meisten Fällen auf 20, 30% ausgefarmt haben dh 20, 30% von 20,30%, und somit unter dem Strich AOI Anteilgrößen die nicht besonders beeindrucken sind. AOI sollte nach wie vor ein attraktiver Übernahmekandidat sein.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.596.736 von Imperat am 21.04.18 10:37:33nee, leider nicht. bin auch richtig weit hinten. habe das geld abgeschrieben.
es kann ja nur noch besser werden.....
aber schon komisch...öl steigt und hier geht es runter.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.430.604 von Scheich2000 am 30.03.18 11:54:44Man hört und sieht nichts mehr von der Aktie! Compagnymaker hatte zur Zeit ziemlich hochgepuscht und jetzt kommt garnichts mehr an Informationen. Schade, dass das so läuft.
Weis jemand, was da im Moment läuft?
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ich weiß auch nicht was mit der bude ist. ölpreise gut und diese aktie geht nur runter. evtl nur z.uzt. out oder wirklich nichts wert?
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.229.600 von texas2 am 08.03.18 22:42:21
Africa Oil
Sollen da nicht auch bald noch neue Bohrergebnisse kommen? Der Kurs kennt ja offentsichtlich nur eine Richtung - seitwärts nach unten - . Wie seht Ihr die Entwicklung von Africa Oil? Wäre super, wenn Ihr mal eine Einschätzung machen würdet. Danke!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.103.962 von Imperat am 23.02.18 17:17:23Kenia mit 120.000 bbl/d ; davon werden AOI rund 20, 25 % (wen ich mich richtig erinnere) gehören. Damit ist man als Ölfirma maximal ein Fliegengewicht. So gesehen haben wir vor ein paar Jahren in Kenia von viel mehr geträumt dh wir müssen uns einerseits glücklich schätzen, dass die überhaupt etwas gefunden haben, das jetzt wahrscheinlich wirtschaftlich entwickelt werden kann, aber auch ein wenig enttäuschend weil kein zusätzliches Sedimentbecken in deren Grabenbruchsystem mit erfolgreichen Bohrungen dazugekommen ist (deshalb jetzt auch nur die 18" Pipeline die damit der Flaschenhals wird, selbst wenn man ein wenig mehr doch noch finden würde)
Die neuen Assets bedeuten für AOI Diversifikation speziell beim politischen Risiko (wird ja nicht gleich in allen afrikanischen Ländern mit AOI Beteiligungen gleichzeitig krachen bzw. sind die neu dazugekommenen Teile offshore dh eine offshore Plattform ist eindeutig weniger exponiert als ein onshore Feld, wo ja gerne mal Zigarette rauchend eine Pipeline angebohrt wird um Öl zu klauen (siehe Nigeria)
Ansonst guggst du auch hier den 6seitigen Artikel https://seekingalpha.com/article/4154466-africa-oil-corporat…
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.967.140 von texas2 am 07.02.18 22:38:10Ging bei mir leider unter, sorry.

Deine Einschätzung Teile ich. Wenn ich es etwas vereinfacht ausdrücken müsste, würde ich wohl von einer "Lückenfüller-Strategie" sprechen. Wenn man sich das Timing der Drillings anschaut (2018-2021), dann ist das zumindest etwas Musik. Ob First Oil in 2021/22 tatsächlich realistisch ist, das bezweifle ich mal. Andererseits deutet es eben nicht unbedingt auf eine verstärkte Explorationstätigkeit von AOI selbst hin.

Was jetzt noch kommen müsste, das wäre eine Rendite bringende Geldanlage in Form des in Aussicht gestellten "producing asset".

Mittlerweile gibt es schon wieder eine neue ppt, die neuen Attraktionen werden etwas detailliert:
http://www.africaoilcorp.com/i/pdf/AOI-Corporate-Presentatio…

Ob das reicht um den Kurs in der Zwischenzeit mit etwas Fantasie zu beflügeln?


Was ich von strategischer Seite her interessant finde: Ich könnte mir vorstellen, dass die Beteiligungen die AOI nun akquiriert hat, eigentlich Ziele für Africa Energy waren, die aber nicht dran kamen. Bei denen muss sich imho auch noch was tun, ansonsten halte ich die personelle Aufstellung für kaum haltbar.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.698.481 von otimm99 am 24.06.11 22:58:31
Africa oil
Texas und andere, Ihr habt immer sehr qualifizierte Einschätzungen zu Africa oil! Wie schätzt ihr die Lage und die Perspektive ein?
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.980.136 von texas2 am 09.02.18 07:17:01Erst einmal werden die 3 Transportfirmen Gewinne machen. Dieses Schema kann man auch in N-Irak Kurdistan beobachten.


Construction Of Crude Oil Early Production Facility Starts in Turkana

Leave a Comment / Top News / By OilNews / February 7, 2018

Dubai based Almansoori Petroleum Company has started the construction of an early Production Facility (EPF) at Amosing that will help block operator Tullow Oil start the production of oil in South Lokichar under the Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS) according to Ministry of Petroleum and Mining Principal Secretary Andrew Kamau.


The facility estimated enables the country to begin production planned for Q1 2018 early while full field development is being planned and permanent facilities are being built. Other than bringing projects onstream faster early production systems provide real-time production data for appraising reservoir performance before more-expensive long-term facilities are installed.

The facility in South Lokichar is also ideal for the planned 2000 barrels a day which has been condemned as a loss making venture with such plants normally associated with financially risky or uneconomical projects.

In South Lokichar the early oil pilot scheme will start by utilizing over 75,000 barrels of oil already in storage at the Ngamia and Amosing sites and produced during appraisal of the Ngamia and Amosing fields and which is enough to sustain the EOPS for over a month. The Ngamia-11 appraisal well (143 meters of net oil pay) completed in Q4 2017 will also be utilized in a waterflood pilot test planned for the first half of 2018.

Already three firms Prime Fuels, Multiple Hauliers, Oilfield Movers have been contracted to ferry the crude oil by road using insulated containers/tanktainers each having a minimum fluid capacity of 25,000 litres to the Kenya Petroleum Refineries based in Mombasa following the signing of a 3 year lease agreement with Kenya Petroleum Refineries Limited (KPRL allowing Kenya Pipeline to use the facilities of KPRL for the Early Oil Pilot Scheme Project. The three firms will over a three year period transport over two million barrels of oil from Lokichar via road with the three year contracts valued at an estimated 1.5 billion shillings.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.966.855 von texas2 am 07.02.18 22:09:29Die neue Feb 2018 Präsentation spiegelt diese neue Entwicklung
http://www.africaoilcorp.com/i/pdf/AOI_Corporate_Presentatio…
Für das O-Afrikanische Grabenbruchsystem von AOI habe ich mir eigentlich ein wenig mehr erwartet. Jetzt sollen dort mit einer 18" (früher 20") max. 120.000 bbl Öl/d exportiert werden. 120.000 bbl/d sind schon nicht schlecht aber es hätte mehr drin sein können. Leider hat Tullow/AOI kein zweites Lokichar entdeckt und angebohrt (bis jetzt).
Da in den neuen Konzessionen viele Majors drin sind kann man davon ausgehen, dass diese Jungs nicht auf der Jagd nach Peanuts sind. Diese Firmen benötigen richtige Kracher, sonst können sie deren Wasserköpfe äh Headquarter nicht durchfüttern und die lassen sich weniger leicht die Butter vom Brot nehmen, wenn nach einem Explorationserfolg afrikanische Kleptomanen anklopfen.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.966.855 von texas2 am 07.02.18 22:09:29Anfangs dachte ich die Lundins basteln mit AOI einen Player für das ostafrikanische Grabenbruchsystem und verkaufen AOI.

Jetzt wird AOI ein Tierchen, das ein wenig anders aufgestellt ist. 2 mal hat AOI zugeschlagen und ist somit zusätzlich an jeder Menge afrikanischer offshore Lizenzen beteiligt.

Schaun wir einmal ob diese Strategie aufgehen könnte.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.959.778 von motz1 am 07.02.18 12:00:03Op. update:


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Feb 7, 2018) - Africa Oil Corp. ("Africa Oil", "AOC" or the "Company") (AOI.TO) (AOI.ST) is pleased to provide the following update on activities in the South Lokichar basin (Blocks 10BB and 13T in Kenya). AOC has a 25% working interest in Blocks 10BB and 13T with Tullow Oil plc (50% and Operator) and Maersk Olie og Gas A/S (25%) holding the remaining interests (collectively, the "Joint Venture Partners").

The Joint Venture Partners have proposed to the Government of Kenya that the Amosing and Ngamia fields be developed as the initial stage of the South Lokichar development. This phase of the development is planned to include a 60,000 to 80,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) Central Processing Facility (CPF) and an export pipeline to Lamu, some 750 kilometers from the South Lokichar basin on the Kenyan coast. This approach is expected to bring significant benefits as it enables an early Final Investment Decision (FID) of the Amosing and Ngamia fields taking full advantage of the current low-cost environment for both the field and infrastructure development, as well as providing the best opportunity to deliver first oil in a timeline that meets the Government of Kenya expectations. The installed infrastructure can then be utilized for the optimization of the remaining and yet to be discovered South Lokichar oil fields, allowing the incremental development of these fields to be completed in an efficient and low cost manner post first oil.

The initial stage is planned to include 210 wells through 18 well pads at Ngamia and 70 wells through seven well pads at Amosing, with a planned plateau rate of 60,000 to 80,000 bopd. Additional stages of development are expected to increase plateau production to 100,000 bopd or greater. It is anticipated that Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) for the initial stage will commence in 2018, with FID targeted for 2019 and first oil in 2021/22.

A total of six appraisal wells have been drilled at the Amosing field, ten at Ngamia, three at Etom and two at Ekales. Additionally, extended well tests, water injection tests, well interference tests and water-flood trials have been undertaken, all of which have proved invaluable for planning the development of the oil fields. Tullow Oil plc has released (February 7, 2018) their updated assessment of resources in the South Lokichar basin. Details of Africa Oil's most recent independent assessment of contingent resources in the South Lokichar basin are contained in the Company's press release dated May 10, 2016. The Company intends to have an updated independent resource evaluation in accordance with National Instrument 51-101 Standards of Disclosure for Oil and Gas Activities ("NI 51-101") completed following the completion of the water injectivity and associated production testing planned for the first half of 2018.

Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS)

An agreement between the Joint Venture Partners and the Government of Kenya was signed on March 14, 2017 allowing all EOPS upstream contracts to be awarded. Initial injectivity testing has started at Ngamia-11 and oil production and water injection facilities are being constructed in the field, which are expected to be ready to commence production/injection in the first quarter of 2018. Oil produced is being initially stored until all necessary consents and approvals are granted and work is completed for the transfer of crude oil to Mombasa by road.

Africa Oil CEO Keith Hill commented, "We are pleased that the Joint Venture has now agreed on an optimized plan to move forward with the South Lokichar Basin development, which will allow acceleration of a crude export pipeline through Northern Kenya. This development will set the stage for additional exploration, appraisal and development, unlocking the vast resources contained within the basin."

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Africa Oil Corp. (TSX:AOI) (OMX:AOI) ("Africa Oil", "AOC" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has entered into agreements that will provide it with an approximately 25.2% equity interest in Impact Oil and Gas Limited ("Impact"), a private UK company with exploration assets in South and West Africa.

Investment in Impact Oil and Gas

The Company has entered into a subscription agreement (the "Subscription Agreement") with inter alia Impact providing for the purchase by AOC of 59,681,539 ordinary shares (the "Shares") and 29,840,769 ordinary share purchase warrants (the "Warrants") for an aggregate subscription price of approximately US$15 million. The Warrants have an exercise price of £0.25 per Share and an expiry date of April 27, 2021, subject to early expiration in the event of a liquidity event in respect of Impact. The Warrants are subject to customary adjustment provisions in respect of anti-dilution matters. The Subscription Agreement also provides that during the nine (9) month period after closing of the transactions contemplated by the Subscription Agreement, AOC may acquire, at the election of either AOC or Impact, an additional 9,946,923 Shares and 4,973,461 Warrants for an aggregate subscription price of approximately US$2,500,000.

The Company has also entered into a share purchase agreement (the "Helios SPA") with Helios Natural Resources 2 Ltd. ("Helios") to acquire 70,118,381 Shares and 15,529,731 warrants currently held by Helios in the capital of Impact (the "Helios Warrants") in exchange for 13,946,545 common shares of AOC (the "AOC Shares"). Upon completion of the transactions contemplated by the Helios SPA, the Helios Warrants will have an exercise price of £0.18 per Share for a 12 month period, and if not exercised during such period, £0.25 thereafter and the same expiry date as the Warrants. The Helios Warrants are also subject to customary adjustment provisions in respect of anti-dilution matters.

Finally, the Company has entered into an investors agreement ("Investors' Agreement") with Impact and certain other shareholders of Impact. The Investors' Agreement provides AOC with the right to nominate up to two members of the board of directors of Impact (which may consist of a maximum of nine (9) members) based on certain share ownership thresholds and consent rights with respect to certain fundamental matters in respect of Impact, including the future issuance of securities of Impact. The rights pursuant to the Investors' Agreement will cease upon AOC holding less than 10% of the Shares.

Africa Oil CEO Keith Hill commented, "We are very pleased to acquire a significant interest in Impact which holds a highly attractive portfolio in West and South Africa that has the potential for major discoveries in the short and medium term. Impact has done a great job of acquiring these properties at modest prices and bringing in major oil companies to fund upcoming drilling and seismic programs. This investment is a strong complement to our existing holdings in Africa Energy and ECO Atlantic and results in Africa Oil having exposure to some of the most exciting exploration plays in Africa to complement our Kenya development project. The structure of these investments allows us to preserve the necessary cash to ensure we can get to first oil without issuing additional equity."

The transactions contemplated by the Subscription Agreement and Helios SPA are subject to certain customary conditions to closing, including approval of the Toronto Stock Exchange and shareholder approval of Impact. The Helios SPA is subject to concurrent closing of the transactions contemplated by the Subscription Agreement, provided that the transactions contemplated by the Subscription Agreement are not conditional on the transactions contemplated by the Helios SPA.

The transactions contemplated by the Helios SPA constitute a "related party transaction" within the meaning of Multilateral Instrument 61-101- Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions ("MI 61-101") as Helios is a "related party" of AOC because it beneficially owns or controls more than 10% of the outstanding AOC Shares. The Company is relying on the exemptions from the formal valuation and minority approval requirements of MI 61-101 contained in subsections 5.5(a)(iv) and 5.7(1)(a), respectively, of MI 61-101, as neither the fair market value of the subject matter of, nor the fair market value of the consideration for, the transactions contemplated by the Helios SPA exceeds 25 percent of AOC's market capitalization. The AOC Shares to be issued to Helios will have a hold period in accordance with applicable Canadian securities law for a period of four (4) months and one day from their date of issuance.

PillarFour Securities LLP is acting as financial advisor and Pareto Securities is acting as strategic advisor to Africa Oil in connection with the transactions described herein.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, (the "U.S. Securities Act") or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

About Africa Oil Corp.

Africa Oil Corp. is a Canadian oil and gas company with assets in Kenya and Ethiopia, including the South Lokichar Basin (25% working interest in Blocks 10BB and 13T), where the Company and its Joint Venture Partners are undertaking activities aimed at sanctioning development. The Company is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and on Nasdaq Stockholm under the symbol "AOI".

About Impact Oil and Gas Limited

Impact Oil and Gas acquired its first asset, the Tugela South Exploration Right, offshore South Africa in 2011 and has subsequently expanded its asset base across the offshore margins of South and West Africa. It has since partnered with ExxonMobil and Statoil (South Africa), CNOOC (AGC - between Senegal and Guinea Bissau) and Total (Namibia and South Africa). It is currently seeking a partner in its Gabonese assets. The company's current portfolio covers a combined area of over 90,000 km² (gross).

Impact is a pure exploration company with a strategic focus on large scale, mid to deep water plays of sufficient size to be of interest to major companies. Its management is committed to further expanding this attractive portfolio of exploration assets and securing these large independent and major oil companies as partners. The company's objective is to build a world class portfolio, in a number of different geologic and geographic locations to minimise risk and with a large enough portfolio to ultimately enhance the chance of drilling success. Management believes that by doing so, and by having oil industry partners validate its exploration concepts and ideas, it aims to deliver substantial shareholder value in the medium to longer term. Impact is currently privately owned.

Additional Information

The information in this release is subject to the disclosure requirements of the Company under the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Swedish Securities Market Act. This information was publicly communicated on February 7, 2018 at 3:00 a.m. Eastern Time.
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