DAX+0,08 % EUR/USD+0,14 % Gold-0,19 % Öl (Brent)-0,25 %

ERHC, 4 Milliarden Barell Öl, Wahnsinn!!! - 500 Beiträge pro Seite


WKN: A2ADHY | Symbol: ERHE
0,0005
$
15:59:44
Nasdaq OTC
+25,00 %
+0,0001 USD

Neuigkeiten zur ERHC Energy Aktie


Beitrag schreiben

Begriffe und/oder Benutzer

 

Newsflow reißt nicht ab :D


Friday, February 24, 2006
BLOCK 4 IS OURS!

After years of frustration, false starts and delay, the Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe Joint Ministerial Council signed Production Sharing Contracts with a consortium led by Addax Petroleum and ERHC Energy this morning covering the much-coveted Block 4 of its Joint Development Zone.

Block 4 is said to have the potential to produce as much as 4 billion barrels of West Africa`s sought-after light, sweet crude oil, a reservoir whose value at today`s global market prices for crude exceeds $240 billion.

The signing of the contacts by Nigerian and Sao Tomean officials this morning at 8 a.m. EST (2 p.m. in Abuja) brought to an end nearly three full years of acrimonious debate and controversy over the role of ERHC Energy, which helped Sao Tome create the Joint Development Zone several years ago, that had often threatened to leave the company`s rights unperfected and worthless.

For Sir Emeka Offor, the Nigerian businessman who owns 43 percent of ERHC Energy stock (OTC BB symbol: ERHE), it was a day of quiet and cautious celebration. According to a report last night from UpstreamOnline, Offor is in talks about gaining a foothold in ERHC`s share of Block 2, with ChevronTexaco, whose Block 1 OBO-1 well has apparently struck a huge field near the Block 1/Block 2 border that extends far under ERHC Energy`s Block 2 side of the boundary line.

Meanwhile, Offor must also conclude PSCs and Joint Operating Agreements with other players in Blocks 3, 5 and 6, and decide whether to partner with Sinopec, ChevronTexaco or even another suitor in Block 2.

But as to Block 4, where Anadarko, and ExxonMobil had struggled mightily to wrest our 65 percent equity away, there is certainty at last: Now those priceless rights are ours.
[posting]20.360.773 von Michi301 am 24.02.06 13:00:39[/posting]bist Energulf geschädigt?????
Im Ihub ist erhc die Nr.1 bei den Beiträgen, sind ja einige Optimisten mit Kurszielen im $ Bereich, denke heute schließen wir grün und laufen Richtung 0,90 $

Hier gar nicht los ?
News!! :-) hipp hurra 2$ wir kommen. Sorry für den wenig fundierten Ausbruch, aber ich warte auf den Tag schon etwas länger ;-)
SO - die Unterschriften sind da!



UPDATE 1-Nigeria, Sao Tome sign long-delayed oil deals
Tue Mar 14, 2006 1:34 PM EST

(Adds details of stakeholders, background)

By Tom Ashby

ABUJA, March 14 (Reuters) - Nigeria and Sao Tome on Tuesday signed production sharing contracts with oil companies on two of the deep-water exploration blocks the two countries jointly administer in the Gulf of Guinea, after months of delays.

Nigeria, Africa`s top oil producer, and the tiny twin island nation of Sao Tome and Principe, which has not yet started producing oil, have a joint development zone in one of the world`s exploration hotspots.

The Joint Development Authority (JDA) signed a production sharing contract for block 3 with a consortium led by U.S. independent Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC.N: Quote). The signature bonus for the block is $40 million.

Anadarko has a 51 percent stake in the block and is the operator. Other stakeholders are Houston-based ERHC (ERHE.OB: Quote) and Canada-based Addax who together have 25 percent, DNO (DNO.OL: Quote) and Energy Equity Resources (EER) of Norway with 10 percent, and smaller partners Ophir of South Africa and Broadlink of Nigeria with 4 percent.

The JDA also signed a production sharing contract for block 4 with a consortium headed by ERHC and Addax, who together have 60 percent of the block and are the operators. The signature bonus is $90 million.

Others with stakes in block 4 are Nigerian firms Conoil (NTOL.LG: Quote), with 20 percent, and Godsonic, with 5 percent. Hercules, controlled by Canada-based Centurion, has 10 percent while smaller Nigerian company Overt has 5 percent.

The JDA had been due to sign a production sharing contract for block 4 on Feb. 24 but the signing fell through at the last moment in what Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Edmund Daukoru called a "very embarrassing" episode.

The failed signing came just over two weeks after U.S. firm Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD.N: Quote) withdrew from two of the Nigeria-Sao Tome blocks after failing to agree terms with its partner, ERHC.

ERHC, which is controlled by private Nigerian firm Chrome, has since gained approval from the JDA to bring in Chinese refiner Sinopec (SNP.N: Quote) (0386.HK: Quote) as its new partner in block 2.

Daukoru said the production sharing contract for block 2 would be signed on Wednesday.

Blocks 3 and 4, along with three others, were awarded last May after a turbulent five-month delay plagued by disagreements between the countries and accusations of corruption.

The JDA had previously signed a production sharing contract for block 1 in the joint development zone with a consortium led by U.S. energy giant Chevron (CVX.N: Quote). The drilling of the first well on that block was completed a week ago but the results are still a closely-guarded secret.

"So far drilling is progressing steadily with indications of activity in the well of a positive sort. We are awaiting a discovery very soon," Daukoru said during the signing.
© Reuters 2006. All Rights Reserved.
hallo zusammen,
bin hier seit einigen tagen dabei, und freu mich jetzt riesig... :D
allein hab ich mir heute die frage gestellt, wieviel geld die eigentlich zur verfügung haben (zum bezahlen und erschliessen)? weiß das jemand?

gruß
alecx
So - nun ist auch der zweite Block da!

ABUJA, March 15 (Reuters) - Nigeria and Sao Tome on Wednesday signed a production sharing contract with a consortium led by ERHC (ERHE.OB: Quote, Profile, Research) and Sinopec (SNP.N: Quote, Profile, Research)(0386.HK: Quote, Profile, Research) for one of the deep-water oil exploration blocks they jointly administer.

The consortium will pay a signature bonus of of $71 million for block 2 in the joint development zone in the Gulf of Guinea, one of the world`s most promising oil exploration areas.
was mich wundert, ist das von der firma dazu bisher keine pr gekommen ist. finde ich sonderbar... und macht mich doch ein wenig misstrauisch.... aber wahrscheinlich wird sie noch kommen.
Bin seit einem Monat auch dabei,dieser Wert hat unglaubliches Potential und ist in D noch so gut wie unendeckt.News Release ist für heute geplant.:D:D
Sehr gutes board für News http://www.investorshub.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=1909
ERHE.OB: A Pennypicker`s Dream
Mar 15 2006 11:51:58 pm
Stock Market Analysis by Lonny Rosenfeld

Whenever one invests in a penny stock there is always that slight bit of hope that this will be the big one. Everyone dreams of investing in a stock and having their initial investment triple, or quadruple in value. This has been exactly the case with shares of a small company known as ERHC Energy Inc. (ERHE.OB). ERHC Energy is an OTC stock. OTC stocks are stocks that do not meet all the requirements to trade on the big boards. Because of this penny stocks can often be very unpredictable, many come and disappear from the radar all the time. ERHC Energy is here for the time being and is looking very strong.

For those of you who are wondering what this company does, this is from Yahoo (YHOO) Finance: ERHC Energy, Inc., an independent oil and gas company, engages in the exploration, exploitation, and production of oil and gas reserves in the Gulf of Guinea offshore of central west Africa. It has rights to working interests in exploration acreage in the Joint Development Zone between the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe, and the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as well as in the territorial waters of Sao Tome. The company was formerly known as Environmental Remediation Holding Corporation and changed its name to ERHC Energy, Inc. in 2005. ERHC was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

Now that everyone has been acquainted, I know some of you are thinking: is it too late to get in? The price has already tripled in value. Well that is the thing with these OTC stocks; you never know what is next. I am prepared to look at the stock from a technical basis and give my opinions on what may or may not happen.




Looking at the 1-year chart above, it is very easy to see where ERHE.OB will have some problems. The first of these problems was tested today; this was the $.95 resistance area. Shares managed to spend most of the day trading above this area, but it seemed that shares were just not committed, at least yet at making a run at the all important $1 area.

Towards the end of the day, as I had expected, shares backed off and closed below the $.95 resistance area, but above the $.90 support area.

As many of you already know, the $1 level is a very important psychological area to break. Investors tend to get nervous about this area and I have seen many stocks get so close and then drop like a rock. I would expect to see ERHE.OB make at least one more run at this level. If this level is breached, expect to see an even further push to the upside.

On the downside, there is support at $.90 as I have previously stated, as well as at $.80. Given the very strong run that has taken place, it is very possible there may be a short-term pullback as many decide to bail and take their gains. Even if a pullback does occur, the momentum is clearly to the upside. If shares fall below $.80, the momentum may begin to shift.

Remember to keep an eye on all of the support and resistance levels I have mentioned above, these levels will set the direction for trade in the short term.

If you have any questions or comments on this article, please post them in our forums.



Please read our disclaimer here. Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com
Lese oben genanntes Board, gibt dort einen Ins. der dies berichtet hat.:cool:
Hier die News :D:
Item 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement.

On November 17, 2005, ERHC Energy Inc. ("Company") entered into a
participation agreement with Addax Petroleum (Nigeria Offshore 2) Limited
("Addax") as subsequently amended whereby the Company agreed to assign to Addax
a 33.3% participating interest in Block 4 of the Joint Development Zone between
Sao Tome & Principe and Nigeria ("JDZ"), leaving a 17.7% participating interest
in Block 4 to the Company. In exchange, Addax has paid the Company $1.35
million, and will pay an additional $16.65 million ten days after the execution
of a production sharing contract for Block 4. ERHC agreed to support Addax as
operator, and Addax agreed to pay all of the Company`s future costs in respect
of all petroleum operations in Block 4. Addax is entitled to the Company`s share
of cost oil until Addax recovers the Company`s costs.

On February 16, 2006, the Company entered into a participation agreement
with Addax Petroleum Resources Nigeria Limited ("Addax Sub") whereby the Company
agreed to assign to Addax Sub a 15% participating interest in Block 3 of the
JDZ, leaving a 10% participating interest in Block 3 to the Company. In
exchange, Addax Sub has paid the Company $500,000 and will pay the Company an
additional $7 million ten days after the execution of a production sharing
contract for Block 3. Under this agreement, Addax Sub agreed to pay all of the
Company`s future costs in respect of petroleum operations in Block 3. Addax Sub
is entitled to the Company`s share of cost oil until Addax Sub recovers the
Company`s costs.

On March 2, 2006, the Company entered into a participation agreement with
Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corporation Nigeria
("Sinopec"), and Addax Energy Nigeria Limited ("Addax Ltd."), whereby the
Company agreed to assign a 28.67% participating interest in Block 2 of the JDZ
to Sinopec, and a 14.33% participating interest in Block 2 of the JDZ to Addax
Ltd., leaving a 22% participating interest in Block 2 to the Company. In
exchange, Sinopec agreed to pay the Company $13.6 million ten days after
execution of a production sharing contract for Block 2, and Addax Ltd. agreed to
pay the Company $6.8 million ten days after execution of a production sharing
contract for Block 2. Under this agreement, ERHC agreed to support Sinopec as
operator, and Sinopec and Addax Ltd. agreed to pay all of the Company`s future
costs in respect of petroleum operations in Block 2. Sinopec and Addax Ltd. is
entitled to the Company`s share of cost oil until they recover the Company`s
costs.

On March 14, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company, Addax, and several other
oil and gas companies (collectively, the "Contractor") entered into an exclusive
production sharing contract with the Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe Joint
Development Authority ("JDA") to conduct petroleum operations in Block 4 of the
JDZ, where Addax serves as operator. The term of the production sharing contract
with the JDA is twenty eight years consisting of a three-phase exploration
period and a development and production period. The contract requires minimum
work commitments to be performed during the eight year exploration period.
During the first four years, or Phase I, the Contractor is required to drill at
least two wells, with an option for a third well depending on the results of the
first two wells, to a minimum total depth of 3,500 meters subsea, process
existing 3D and 2D seismic date, conduct AVO attribute analysis, acquire
additional geochemical, structural restorations and/or sequence stratigraphic
analysis and perform geological and geophysical studies. During the next two
years, or Phase II, the Contractor is required to drill another well and acquire
additional seismic data. During the last two years, or Phase III, the Contractor
is required to drill another well. The Contractor is required to spend at least
$53 million in Phase I, $16 million in Phase II, and $16 million in Phase III.
If these minimum financial commitments are not met, the Contractor is required
to pay the JDA the difference between the commitment for the then current Phase
and the amount actually expended in petroleum operations for such Phase as
liquidated damages. The Contractor may, however, terminate this contract at the
end of any Phase provided it has fulfilled its obligations relative to that
Phase. The Contractor is required to post a performance bond in an amount equal
to its minimum financial commitment for each Phase, to insure its property and
to obtain liability insurance. The Contractor has a right to produce all
commercially viable hydrocarbons discovered and may be granted a series of
twenty year extension periods until the hydrocarbons are economically depleted.

8-K 3rd Page of 4 TOC 1st Previous Next Bottom Just 3rd

The Contractor is required to make several expenditures to the JDA,
including a $90 million signature bonus. Addax is required to pay on behalf of
the Company its proportionate share of the various guaranties and expenditures
pursuant to the participation agreement executed November 17, 2005, as amended.
The JDA may terminate the production sharing contract if the Contractor fails to
pay any of the expenditures or the minimum financial commitments, among other
events. The contract shall expire if no petroleum is found in Block 4 at the end
of the exploration period.

On March 14, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company, Addax Sub, and several
other parties entered into a production sharing contract with the JDA to conduct
petroleum operations in Block 3 of the of the JDZ, the terms of which are
substantially similar to the production contract in Block 4, except that the
drilling commitment is only one well and the signature bonus is $40 Million.

On March 15, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company, Sinopec, Addax Ltd, and
several other parties entered into a production sharing contract with the JDA to
conduct petroleum operations in Block 2 of the of the JDZ, the terms of which
are substantially similar to the production contract in Block 4, except that the
drilling commitment is only one well and the signature bonus is $71 Million.

8-K Last Page of 4 TOC 1st Previous Next Bottom Just 4th

SIGNATURES

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934,
the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

ERHC Energy Inc.

By: /s/ Walter F. Brandhuber
-------------------------
Walter F. Brandhuber, President
Heute müsste es locker über die 1,-$ gehen,
Finanzierung steht , Zukunft gesichert, lasset das
Öl sprudeln :cool:
Hier kurz ein Überblick was dieser Deal bedeutet:ERHC hat Teile ihrer Bohrrechte an Block 2, 3, 4 an renommierte Partner verkauft(z.B.Sinopec 7-größter Ölproduzent).Der Unterschriftenbonus dafür beträgt insgesamt 45 Millionen Dollar!!
Allerdings schon fast Peanuts, denn jetzt das Beste:
ERHC bekommt Geld von der Ölförderung ohne in Vorkasse!!
für die Bohrungen und Produktionskosten gehen zu müssen.Eine unglaubliche Geschichte aber wahr:Ölproduzent ohne selbst nach Öl gesucht und gebohrt zu haben.:D
Die großen Partner tragen sämtliche Kosten bis Öl fließt.
Ab dem Zeitpunkt der Ölproduktion muß sich ERHC anteilsmäßig ihrer noch verbleibenden Rechte am Öl - prozentual an den Produktionskosten beteiligen.
Verbleibende Anrechte am Öl sind wie folgt:
Block 2 22 %
Block 3 10 %
Block 4 17,7 %

Ein wahrlich unglaublicher Deal. Dazu die Meinung aus RB Board von einem "Ölinvestor" der weiß von was er spricht:

Walldog,

I have seen the deals other minnows, dozens of minnows ( on our Elephant Hunt ) have with the farminee or operator. This is HANDS DOWN the best deal I have EVER seen. The best deals previously were a full carry through the first two wells, other deals through the first well, BUT THIS DEAL ERHE HAS stipulates that there is never any out of pocket expenses for ERHE. It`s a FULL CARRY IN IN TRUEST FORM.

In the other deals, the minnows I refer to have as much as 100% of the block when they are cutting the deal, and the minnow, though he didn`t have to pay for the first platform, that minnow would be required to pay his share for any form of underwater infrastructure , i.e, tieing the wells together, etc. The minnow, in these cases, usually ended up with a 20% share, remembering they started out with 100%.

Considering that if we hit jackpot oil, a MASSIVE reservoir, the total costs of all infrastructure could run above $1Bil USD. Course, if theres multiple Elephants, the profit or net oil could be worth $30-40 billion before the 50% taxes to the JDA for each Elephant or multiples of that for multiple Elephants. With this ERHE deal, EACH Elephant in our in Blocks 2 and 4 should be worth in excess of $3.67 per share, a little less for block 3.

This is almost unheard of. What a great job by SEO.

JMO

Red
JDZ; Nigeria to share $201m with Sao Tome and Principe
By Yakubu Lawal

NIGERIA and the Republic of Sao Tome and Principe are to share the sum of $201 million being the signature bonus to be paid for three new oil licenses awarded to local and foreign companies yesterday. The income came from the award of three oil blocks two, three and four, located in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ) of the Gulf of Guinea.

Block two was awarded to China`s Sinopec International Petroleum and the ERHC/Addax Petroleum consortium for a signature bonus of $71 million, while Block three was awarded to U.S. oil firm Anadarko (the operator of the block) along with ERHC Energy/Addax Petroleum consortium for a signature bonus of $40 million. Block four went to the Addax/ERHC Energy consortium along with Conoil Producing, Overt Energy, Hercules Energy and Godson Energy, for a signature bonus of $90 million. The companies are to pay the amount within the next 30 days.

According to the treaty signed by the two countries, Nigeria will get 60 per cent of the revenue and Sao Tome, 40 per cent.

Speaking at the signing of the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) agreements with the contractors in the two blocks, Nigeria`s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Edmund Daukoru commended the Joint Development Authority (JDA), the body administering hydrocarbon resources in the zone, officials of the two countries and the oil companies for ensuring that the agreements were finally concluded and signed.

According to Daukoru, concluding the award of the acreage had not come easily where at a point during the negotiations, U.S. oil firm Noble Energy withdrew its operatorship of block four, leading to ERHC Energy (in which local firm Chrome Energy has a major stake), signing a memorandum of understanding with Swiss firm, Addax Petroleum.

"Negotiation of a PSC is by no means an easy task, as it involves exhaustive and careful discussions to arrive at a consensus which all parties will have to abide for a very long time," said Daukoru.

The signing of the PSC for the oil blocks had been shifted severally, the last being the botched attempt on February 28, 2006 with officials from Sao Tome demanding postponement for them to be able to further study the agreement.

He noted that already, the Joint Ministerial Council (JMC) had been directed to fast-track negotiations to ensure the signing of the PSCs for the remaining three blocks awarded along with Block three and four at the 2004 JDZ Licensing Round. Chevron and its partners in block one the minister said were making steady progress in their drilling campaign, which was commenced last January.

Speaking at the event, the Chief Executive Officer of Addax Petroleum, Mr. Jean Claude Gandur said that his company believed reserves in Block four held much promise, with potentials put at between two and three billion barrels of reserves.

"The block we have is one of the most prospective in the region. We promise as operator of Block four to deliver as we have promised," said Gandur.

Meanwhile, ExxonMobil yesterday revealed plans to invest on annual basis $2 billion in oil and gas exploration and production in Nigeria towards achieving a production capacity of 1.0 million barrels per day by 2010. This was made known by the Deepwater Operations Manager of Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil), Mr. Jide Ayo-Vaughan, in a paper delivered at the ongoing West Africa Offshore (OWA) Conference in Abuja. Vaughan said that the investment was to ensure that ExxonMobil contributed substantially to meeting Nigerian government`s goals of increasing oil production to 4.5 million barrels per day (bpd) and grow reserves to 40 billion barrels by 2010.

"Last year we established a vision for our upstream business in Nigeria, to grow and sustain gross operated liquid production to over one million bpd by 2010, and we are well on our way with an exciting year ahead of us," said Vaughan.

He listed on projects on the card to achieving this target as including the $2 billion Erha deepwater field development that would produce 150,000 bpd, the Yoho offshore field expansion project and the East Area Additional Oil Recovery project.


© 2003 - 2006 @ Guardian Newspapers Limited (All Rights Reserved).
seltsam, dass sich im kurs aber gar nichts tut, und noch im gegenteil abschmiert... kennt die firma keiner oder was ist los? :confused:

gruß
wird wohl erst richtig abgehen,wenn Chevron richtige Bohrergebnisse bekannt gibt.
Trotzdem ein gutes Investment,dazu eine Zusammenfassung aus dem RB Board:
*******ERHE VERIFIABLE DD v3.18.06*********

ERHC Energy - Ticker ERHE
*********************************************

Summary info from Government documents (SEC and SEDAR) and News Outlets, links and full stories are found below the summary.

Abbreviations
JDZ=Nigeria and Sao Tome Joint Development Zone.
STPEEZ=Sao Tome & Principe Exclusive Economic Zone.
PSC=Production Sharing Contract.
JOA=Joint Operating Agreement.
NPV=Net Present Value.

Pre-2005: ERHC was granted preferential rights to 10 offshore blocks, (6 in the JDZ in 4 in the STPEEZ), after paying $5 million to STP and paying for the initial seismic studies at a time when no major oil companies offered assistance. ERHC also helped setup the Joint Developement Zone, thru the UN, to make it a shared zone between Nigeria and STP. The 10 blocks are estimated to contain well over 10 Billion bbls of light sweet crude oil.

In May 2005 ERHC was awarded rights to participate in the exploration and development of 5 "blocks" in the JDZ.

On Feb 17, 2006, Upstream Online reported that Chevron made an interesting find in non-ERHC Block 1 that straddles ERHC`s block 2.

On March 14/15/16, 2006 PSC’s are signed for blocks 2, 3 and 4. Addax and Sinopec pay ERHC $45.9 million cash and full carry in blocks 2, 3 and 4. ERHC retains 17.7% of block 4, 10% of block 3 and 21.7% of block 2. As described in the 8K, ERHC pays no costs for exploration, development or production for the life of the PSC’s/JOA’s.
Link to 8K with details. http://biz.yahoo.com/e/060316/erhe.ob8-k.html

Ongoing: The STPEEZ license round is planned for late 2006 where ERHE has interest in 4 blocks with 100% rights to 2 of those 4.

**********************************************
******VERIFIABLE FAIR PRICE $5.******

Determining a conservative estimate of a fair price for ERHC is simple because an independent consultant, ECL, has already determined the NPV for various levels of production for JDZ block 1.
http://www.afren.com/pdf/AfrenCPR-Block1b.pdf
See Tables 6-8 and info.

ECL assumes $40 oil and a 1B reserve field. Then they back out royalties, cost recovery and tax. I scale up the price to $50 oil and use total recoverable reserves of 6B bbls for blocks 2, 3 and 4. 6B bbls is reasonable and easy to work with given that ERHC ends up with about 1/6 of recoverable reserves from the 3 blocks before tax, royalties and cost recovery. Therefore, I use 1/6 of reserves or 1B bbls for ERHC.

Case1: $40 oil, no carry: I can pull the NPV right off Table 8 of $3.2 Billion. Divide NPV by ERHC’s 711 million OS and you get a current fair share price of $4.50.

Case2: $50 oil, no carry: I scale up the NPV per bbl to 3.5 and I get NPV of $3.5 Billion. Divide NPV by ERHC’s 711 million OS and you get a current fair share price of $4.92.

Case3: $50 oil, full carry: Increase NPV per bbl to 4.2 and I get NPV of $4.2 Billion. Divide NPV by ERHC’s 711 million OS and you get a current fair share price of $5.91.

This valuation model is based on the parameters of the JDZ PSC. It uses accepted industry methods of determining value. The recoverable reserves for blocks 2,3 and 4 are in line with quotes from Addax of 2B to 3B bbls in block 4 alone. The biggest shortcoming of this model is that I don’t know how to account for full carry but we do know that $5 is easily a fair and industry accepted share price. Furthermore, this model is based on expected reserves. As reserves become proved the price can only go higher.

*********************************************
JDZ Awards

SEC doc with the details of ERHC`s JDZ awards:
http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/fetchFilingFrameset.aspx?dcn=0001144204-05-041512&Type=HTML
Page F-14

Nigeria/Sao Tome government website detailing all awards and partnerships:
http://www.nigeriasaotomejda.com/

ERHC also has rights in JDZ block 9.
Block 9 ERHC 20% signature bonus free. (To be awarded in a future JDZ licensing round.)

*********************************************

STPEEZ Awards

Sao Tome and Principe plan to auction several blocks in their Exclusive Economic Zone, (EEZ), later in 2006. The "STPEEZ" geology is thought to be similar to the JDZ and hold billions of bbls of light sweet crude. ERHC retained under the 2001 Agreement the following rights to participate in exploration and production activities in the EEZ subject to certain restrictions:

2 blocks of ERHC choosing, 100% interest in each block.
2 blocks of ERHC choosing, 15% interest in each block.

http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/fetchFilingFrameset.aspx?dcn=0001144204-05-041512&Type=HTML
Page F-13
*********************************************

11 billion bbl`s of crude in ERHC`s blocks

Houston Chronicle article stating 11 Billion bbls of Crude
http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=2005_3876227

*********************************************

China pays $2.3 Billion for 45% of Akpo Field near JDZ
http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=28369
Akpo`s P50 liquid recoverable volumes have been estimated by Total, the operator of OML 130, to be approximately 600 mmbbls, with potential for additional P50 recoverable oil in excess of 500 mmbbls for the whole OML130 area. Akpo is expected to come on-stream by end 2008 and reach peak production shortly after that. Total production is expected to increase sharply when Egina, Egina South and Preowei will come on-line. At a price of approximately US $4.6/boe (multiple calculated based on the P50 recoverable volumes of Akpo and other additional volumes in the OML 130 area), the acquisition is on highly attractive terms also when compared to other recent world-scale upstream transactions.

*********************************************

Upstream News
Chevron success in JDZ By Barry Morgan

Strong indications emerged that US supermajor Chevron encountered a substantial oil-bearing structure during its current probe in the Joint Development Zone managed by Nigeria and Sao Tome and Principe.
Chevron has a 51% stake in JDZ block-1, ExxonMobil 40% and indigenous Dangote-EER/Afren tie-up 9%.
As Transocean drillship Deepwater Discovery prepared this week to punch wildcat Obo-1 down to TD in JDZ block-1, reports began trickling out of a far bigger-than-expected target in the upper horizons.
There is speculation that the structure straddles adjoining block-2.
Chevron has renewed interest in block-2 where Chinese giant Sinopec is hoping to clinch operatorship in partnership with Houston-based preferential rights holder ERHC Energy. Senior executives from Chevron and ERHC met Thursday night in Nigeria, primarily to deliberate on the way forward.
17 February 2006 17:34 GMT | last updated: 17 February 2006 17:34 GMT

*********************************************

Most Recent PR from ERHC
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060317/20060317005468.html?.v=1

ERHC Energy Inc. Announces Production Sharing Contracts in JDZ Blocks 2, 3 and 4
Friday March 17, 3:27 pm ET


HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 17, 2006--Walter Brandhuber, President and CEO, of ERHC Energy Inc. (OTCBB:ERHE - News) announced today that on March 14, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company entered into a production sharing contract with Addax Petroleum (Nigeria Offshore 2) Limited ("Addax"), several oil and gas companies, and the Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority ("JDA"), to conduct petroleum operations in Block 4 of the Joint Development Zone between Sao Tome & Principe and Nigeria ("JDZ"). Mr. Brandhuber also announced that on March 14, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company entered into a production sharing contract with Addax Petroleum Resources Nigeria Limited ("Addax Sub"), several oil and gas companies, and the JDA, to conduct petroleum operations in Block 3 of the JDZ, and on March 15, 2006, a subsidiary of the Company entered into a production sharing contract with Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corporation Nigeria ("Sinopec"), Addax Energy Nigeria Limited ("Addax Ltd."), several oil and gas companies, and the JDA, to conduct petroleum operations in Block 2 of the JDZ. Addax, Addax Sub, Sinopec and Addax Ltd. are required to pay all of the Company`s future costs in respect of all future petroleum operations in Blocks 2, 3 and 4 of the JDZ. They are entitled to the Company`s share of cost oil until they recover the Company`s costs.

The Company`s CEO Walter C. Brandhuber commented by saying, "The entering into production sharing contracts in Blocks 2, 3 and 4 of the JDZ represents an important step in our goal of commercializing the Company`s interests in the JDZ and increasing shareholder value. The Companies` interests in the JDZ blocks represent the cornerstone for the Company`s future growth strategy."

In November 2005, the Company entered into a participation agreement with Addax with respect to Block 4 of the JDZ where Addax paid the Company $1.35 million, and will be required to pay an additional $16.65 million on or before March 24, 2006. In February 2006, The Company entered into a participation agreement with Addax Sub with respect to Block 3 where Addax Sub paid the Company $500,000, and will be required to pay an additional $7 million on or before March 24, 2006. Further, on March 2, 2006, the Company entered into a participation agreement with Sinopec and Addax Ltd. with respect to Block 2 where Sinopec will pay the Company $13.6 million on or before March 25, 2006, and Addax Ltd. will pay the Company $6.8 million on or before March 25, 2006.

The JDZ lies approximately 200 km. offshore Nigeria and is adjacent to areas offshore Nigeria where several large petroleum discoveries have been made. The JDZ was established in 2001 following ratification of a formal bilateral treaty between Nigeria and Sao Tome and Principe. The JDZ is administered by the Joint Development Authority.

********************************************
Drilling Schedule
********************************************

There is no formal drilling schedule yet but information is starting to trickle in.
-------------------------
Posted by: Meridian
In reply to: Spec29 who wrote msg# 29366 Date:3/9/2006 12:44:10 AM
Post #of 29453

just kidding, i may be a bit conservative with USD 2 to 3 /share. But remember until we actually drill, and discover a lot of oil and some cap and associated gas, you do not know what you have.

Addax has a slot for a rig for block 4 towards the end of the year. That will clarify a lot i hope.
----------------------

Schedule for Drillship Deepwater Discover currently drilling in Block 1 for Chevron.

Deepwater Discovery

Chevron Jan-06 Mar-06
ExxonMobil Mar-06 Apr-06
Chevron Apr-06 Jun-06
Petrobas Jun-06 Aug-06

Aug-06 30 days
Shipyard or Project

Nigeria Total Sep-06 Sep-07
Nigeria Total Sep-07 Sep-08
Brazil Devon Dec-08 Dec-11
http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=29119
The Deepwater Discovery is currently under contract to an operator group and drilling offshore Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe in the Joint Development Zone. Upon completion of the existing contract, currently expected during August 2006, the rig will enter a shipyard for approximately 60 days, followed by the commencement of a two-year contract with Total SA on Total`s Akpo field development offshore Nigeria.

*********************************************
More DD links
********************************************
By: tryoty
01 Mar 2006, 07:48 PM EST
Msg. 85770 of 85770
(This msg. is a reply to 85765 by TheDane.)

"Geological Summary" and "Multi-Client Data" are the two links that give the best info.
http://www.nigeriasaotomejda.com/

I found a GREAT (read easy to understand) article on oil recovery (how the oil pools form, etc) here:
http://science.howstuffworks.com/oil-drilling1.htm

Then I tackled the JDZ brouchure (which should be in Bullwriter`s posts if it isn`t! I think it is.):
http://www.nigeriasaotomejda.com/PDFs/JDZ%20Brochure.pdf

I found some actual seismic surveys for part of the JDZ here:
http://www.pgs.com/upload/31159/data.pdf
------------
Others:
http://www.erhc.com
http://www.erhc.greatsprings.net
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=5721853

*********************************************

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long)
oh mann, das ist ja zum heulen
da kann man wirklich in zweifel über die aktie geraten. hoffentlich hält die zone zwischen .75 und .80 ... sonst seh ich echt rot
schaut mal auf dieser seite die meldung vom 20.3 an:
http://www.anp-stp.gov.st/eng/news/default.htm

der letzte absatz mißfällt mir gewaltig:

Regarding Blocks 4 and 5, the ERHC has lost its rights for not complying with the JMC’s directives and timeline for the signing of Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) and PSC negotiations for the said blocks.

würde sagen, daher der kursverfall... verkaufen werd ich aber trotzdem nicht, da ich sicher nicht im minus verkaufen werd...

alecx
Ist ein Fehler!!!
Wurde telef. bestätigt:cool:
Posted by: markgovols
In reply to: Homeport who wrote msg# 35239 Date:3/21/2006 12:53:41 PM
Post #of 35256

****UPDATE ANP-STP post

I just spoke with JDA source. That article is a misprint. Source said BLK 4 PSC is signed. No problems. He laughed at me. LOL. Oh well.
Boden gefunden;),die Situation hat sich nur gebessert gehabt(45 Mil Dollar in der Kasse,Block 2,3,4 mit big Player unterschrieben und trotzdem gings bergab.So ist das Spielchen an der OTC , man muss sich nur immer selbst fragen ob die Situation schlechter oder besser ist(s.o.) und durchhalten.Meistens kommt die Fahrt nach Norden,aber heftig.Wir werden sehen.Ich halte durch und hab heute eine order reingestellt(zu .60)ist aber noch nicht ausgef.

ERHE

ERHC ENERGY INC
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY-IF today. The previous SELL recommendation was issued on 03.20.2006 (2) days ago, when the stock price was 0.8850. Since then ERHE has fallen -12.99% .



A bullish pattern has developed and a BUY-IF alert is issued today. The task is now to confirm the validity of this bullish pattern. We will guide you through this process but the prime star of this game is nobody but you. First you must do your homework. A good starting point may be to keep an eye on after-hours and futures trading to get preliminary hints about the direction of the market. Related news, events, economic data, and the world stock markets should also be closely followed prior to confirmation session.

There are three possible cases of confirmation. You have to follow the next session carefully to check if these cases will hold or not:

The market opens with an upward gap, signaling a bullish sentiment in the first case. Your benchmark will be the opening price. If the prices stay over the benchmark, go long. Any white candlestick with an upward gap is a valid confirmation criterion.

In the second case, the market opens at a level, equal to or below the previous day’s close. The benchmark is that closing price. If prices during the session stay over the benchmark, go long. Any white candlestick closing above the previous day’s close is the second confirmation criterion.

If, however, in both cases, the prices during the session start coming below the benchmark, avoid buying. Sell if you feel a definite tendency in prices to close the day below the benchmark.

The third case of confirmation is rarely observed. The market opens with a big downward gap suggesting a very bearish day, and the day ends with a long white candlestick, but still closing below the previous day’s close. However, such a day satisfies the third confirmation criterion and in this case the closing price of the long white candlestick will be taken as the price of confirmation.

If one of the three confirmation criteria is not fulfilled, or in case of a black candlestick or a doji on the confirmation day, the BUY-IF alert remains valid, however without confirmation and the three confirmation criteria are then sought in the following day. The only exception is the long black candlestick. Any long black candlestick following a BUY-IF alert makes it (the signal) void and invalid.

We do not suggest any new short positions given the bullish alert. The short sellers should consider covering their positions if the market confirms the BUY-IF signal. Otherwise, existing short positions should be carried.

Data provided by: End of Day Data



BUY-IF


0.7700
+0.0300 +4.05%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:
White Opening Marubozu
Bullish Piercing Line




Today a White Opening Marubozu was formed. This shows that the day opened and then the prices continued to go up all day long without coming below the opening level thus forming a long white body, however prices did not close at the high of the day and thus they created an upper shadow.
For more about this candlestick click here.

The last two candlesticks formed a Bullish Piercing Line Pattern . This is a bullish reversal pattern that marks a potential change in trend. Though it is highly reliable confirmation is still recommended.
For more about this pattern click here.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.916.313 von Zahni1 am 23.03.06 09:36:46Aha:D
ERHC ENERGY INC
Daily Commentary


Our system posted a BUY CONFIRMED today. The previous SELL recommendation was issued on 03.20.2006 (3) days ago, when the stock price was 0.8850. Since then ERHE has fallen -8.47% .

BUY-IF is confirmed by a white candlestick with a higher open. The buying price is today's open ( 0.7750 ) according to the Rules of Confirmation.

The recent bullish formation leading to the BUY-IF signal is confirmed today. The market is ready for a new bullish move. It opened today with a gap-up and the day’s activity resulted in a close higher than the open. This is one of our valid confirmation criteria.

We hope that you bought this stock. You should watch the upward gap in the opening, wait a bit, feel the bullish tendency of the market making sure that prices stay over the opening price and then go long. Your benchmark was the opening price of the upward gap.

If you bought, continue to hold this stock until the confirmation of the next SELL-IF signal. You are on safe grounds as long as the future prices continue to trade above the benchmark price. What to do if you did not buy? Maybe, you did not have time to follow the session or you simply delegated the delicate job of confirmation to us. Well it is a bit late, but not too late. You may still find suitable prices for buying in the following sessions.

The market is currently cold for short-sellers. Avoid any short sales and cover the short positions immediately if there are any.

Data provided by: End of Day Data



BUY
CONFIRMED


0.8100
+0.0400 +5.19%

Candlestick Analysis
Today’s Candlestick Patterns:
White Candlestick




Today a White Candlestick was formed. This represents normal buying pressure.
For more about this candlestick click here.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.931.276 von Zahni1 am 24.03.06 08:08:30ganz alleine hier ???:confused:
nein, nein, zumindest ich bin auch da. :D

was anderes: ich bekomme von wallstreet-online keine kurse aus usa mehr angezeigt-ist das seit neustem normal, oder ist nur bei mir was faul?

und noch was anderes: kennst du vielleicht noch die eine oder andere gute aktie vom format einer erhc? ich lese selbst viel im rb board mit, aber da sind die meisten ja verrückt und empfehlen die sonderbarsten aktien...


gruß alex
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.933.081 von alecx am 24.03.06 09:55:10Hi alecx,freut mich:)
Ich empfehle Dir eher das I-hub -Board,bei RB gebe ich Dir voll recht!
Mit den Aktientipps bin ich vorsichtig.Werde aber am Montag was schreiben.Nimm aber auf jeden Fall CWPC in die Watchliste(ist aber schon wieder gut gelaufen!!
Gruß Zahni1:cool:
in cwpc bin ich schon seit ein paar monaten drin :D

seit die bei wo alles umgestellt haben, blicke ich überhaupt nicht mehr durch... vor allem find ich keine kurse aus amerika mehr-gibt es die nicht mehr, oder bin ich zu blöd?
scheinbar gibt es keine otc-werte über das neue w:o zu finden. leider ist auch mein depot davon betroffen. :cry::cry::cry:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.937.045 von Christl015 am 24.03.06 13:55:10normalerweise ist bei eurem Händler(bei mir DAB)eine Abfrage möglich.Bei mir sogar in RT.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.934.324 von alecx am 24.03.06 10:51:09gratuliere,:lick:,

legt euch doch bei Stockhouse.com ne Watchlist an.
Aha ***UPDATE****

Just spoke with JDA source. It is a holiday over in Nigeria so they are not working today. He said the JDA will most likely Press Release something Monday morning regarding the Blk 1 Drilling. I told him the rumors persist that the find is huge. He would not comment other than to say all indications look very very good. Source said Monday's PR should be detailed and he mentioned that they want to attract big investment in the area. As always take this post for what it's worth.

Enjoy your day. I will.

Cheers,
Mark
Montag gehts vielleicht richtig los:cool:(Auszug aus RB Board):
@zahni1:
hab die letzten tage selbst mal ein bisschen gewühlt und zwei aktien, die mir noch recht aussichtsreich erscheinen, gefunden:
Surge Global (SRGG)
und UTS Energy (UTS)
schau dir die mal an und sag mir mal deine meinung zu den beiden :) .

gruß alex
Die ersten News sickern durch:D:D am Montag schießen wir über 1 Dollar,wer jetzt nicht aufspringt ist selber Schuld !!

Chevron and Exxon strike it big in Africa
By Richard Orange
26 March 2006

US giants Chevron and Exxon Mobil have made an African oil discovery that could hold more than a billion barrels worth of oil and gas.

The find promises to be one of the largest finds this year, potentially opening up a new province off the shore of the West African island state of São Tomé and Principe.

A source who has seen the results told The Business that the Obo-1 well, completed on 15 March, had found oil and gas in significant qualities. He said: “It is an encouraging result. Everyone is pleased.”

Geological studies of the prospect suggest it could hold even more oil and gas than the Akpo field in the Nigerian waters to the north, which is thought to have recoverable reserves of more than a billion barrels.

The source said Chevron and Exxon would meet on Tuesday to plan their next moves. He said Chevron, the operator of the field, had not yet decided when it would drill more wells to prove the exact size of the recovery.

There is a severe shortage of oil rigs off West Africa, where the field has been discovered, making it extremely expensive to drill further at short notice.

The companies would not be able to confirm the full extent of the discovery until they had drilled more wells. It took four wells before the full extent of the Akpo field had been proven.

Another source said the consortium was still examining the data and was unlikely to agree on how to release the result until April.

Chevron is the operator of the field with a 51% stake, Exxon holds 40%, with an alliance of Nigerian oil companies Dang-ote Energy Equity Resources and Afren holding the remaining 9%.

The discovery will turn São Tomé into the oil industry’s newest resource-holder. The 160,000 inhabitants of the tiny former Portuguese colony could see their lives transformed in a way that has sadly eluded the inhabitants of the far more populous Niger Delta to the North – so long as São Tomé’s rulers manage to prevent a corrupt few siphoning off most profits.

Campaigners for transparency in oil producing countries were optimistic about São Tomé after the country put into place a petroleum law modelled on that of Norway, with transparency over oil revenues and an oil fund for future generations.

Sadly, the awards of other licences to drill in São Tomé have already shown significant irregularities, with squabbles between Nigerian and São Tomé officials delaying the awards.

A report by São Tomé’s attorney general said the recent bidding rounds were subject to “serious deficiencies and political manipulation”.

São Tomé signed its deal with Nigeria in 2001, after years of dispute over the maritime boundaries between the two states.

Under the agreement, São Tomé keeps 40% of state revenues from any discoveries and Nigeria keeps 60%.
Dies Bohrung hat an der Grenze zu Block 4 stattgefunden!!die Länge des Ölfeldes beträgt ca 100 Milen !!!und geht voll durch Block 2 und 4.:D:D
Am Montag kommt die offizielle Bekantgabe durch das JDZ.
Da bereiten sich manche schon auf das Fest vor:Eine irre Geschichte und in Germany wirds verschlafen:cry:
Sao Tome - where the champagne swills in before the oil gushes out

https://registration.ft.com/registration/barrier?referer=http://news.ft.com/world&location=http%3A//news.ft.com/cms/s/d7b54924-bba4-11da-8f51-0000779e234...

Sao Tome - where the champagne swills in before the oil gushes out
By Dino Mahtani in São Tomé
Published: March 25 2006 02:00 | Last updated: March 25 2006 02:00

On the tarmac of a sleepy airport on a tiny tropical West African island a private jet unloads boxes of champagne - an early sign that preparations are under way for an oil boom.

The impoverished and aid-dependent archipelago state of São Tomé and Príncipe may be home to only 160,000 people, whose main exports include tourism, cocoa and phone sex lines, but it also sits on one of the world's oil exploration hotspots.
tja, so eine kurentwicklung bei den news, da komm ich schon wieder ins grübeln :confused: , werden wir wohl noch einige wochen auf den bruch des dollars warten müssen..., oder?

alecx
direkt aus ihub kopiert:

27 March 2006

Sao Tome Deepwater
Obo-1 - Worth the wait

Paul Sankey
Research Analyst
(+1) 212 250-6137
paul.sankey@db.com

Ryan Todd
Research Associate
(+1) 212 250-8529
ryan.todd@db.com

A long delay - but worth the wait
After two years of wrangling over concession terms and the withdrawals of Devon, Noble Energy and Pioneer from block participation, the first well has been drilled in the Nigeria Sao Tome JDZ. While Chevron and ExxonMobil remain silent,
news reports and Wood Mackenzie confirm a discovery, with initial estimates similar to Nigeria's Akpo containing1 billion barrels of oil and condensate and 1 tcf gas reserves.

Expanding the deepwater play
Potential farm in negotiations in the neighboring Block OPL 257 may be keeping ExxonMobil and Chevron silent, but Obo-1 appears to be a success, with preliminary reserve estimates near 1 billion barrels. This is the first well drilled in the Nigeria Sao Tome JDZ and the furthest offshore, extending the deepwater
Gulf of Guinea play and possibly opening the door for future success at Blocks 2, 3 and 4, which should spud wells by 2007.

Month of good news
The news comes in a positive month for ExxonMobil’s upstream. The company came to terms with Pertamina after years of delay for the development of Cepu in Indonesia, and today announced that final terms were reached with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company for the expansion of the massive Upper Zakum field. Each of these projects was absent from this month’s analyst presentation and should contribute to the projected medium and long term volumes growth.

It’s good to be small
Based on a development the size of Nigeria’s Akpo to the north of Obo-1, the present value of the development is $3.2 billion when discounted at 8% and $2.2 billion when discounted at 10%, based on a 2013 start up. While the discovery is good news for Chevron and ExxonMobil, smaller players such as Afren on Block 1
and participants on nearby blocks such as Anadarko, ERHC Energy Inc, and Centurion Energy may benefit significantly from future success. Risks include poor results in future appraisal wells, dry holes in nearby blocks, and the ever-present geopolitical risk associated with both Sao Tome and Principe and Nigeria.

First well in Nigeria Sao Tome JDZ potentially 1 billion barrels
While as yet unconfirmed by the companies, new reports confirm positive results from the drilling of Obo-1, the first well drilled in the newly opened Nigeria Sao Tome and Principe
Joint Development Zone. Initial estimates put reserves at nearly 1 billion barrels of oil, with Wood Mackenzie comparing the resource to that of Akpo, located in the block just to the
north of Obo-1. Akpo has estimated reserves of nearly 1 billion barrels of oil and condensate and 1 tcf of gas. Obo-1 is located on Block 1, operated by Chevron (51% interest), with
partners ExxonMobil (40%) and Dangote Energy Equity Resources (9%, with Afren Plc owning 49% of Dangote). Wood Mackenzie reports that the companies’ delay in reporting the well results may be due to ongoing farm-in negotiations at the neighboring block OPL 257. The blocks were originally awarded in early 2004, but have since been plagued by delays over contract terms and struggles with the Nigerian government over lease holdings by inexperienced Nigerian companies. Resulting disputes and delays prompted the withdrawal by US companies Devon, Noble Energy and Pioneer from their respective blocks.

Initial estimates of the resource size are comparable to the Akpo development in the block just north of Obo-1, with an estimated 1 billion barrels of oil and condensate and 1 tcf of gas. A resource of this size with an estimated start-up of 2013 and long term oil price of $40/bbl results in a valuation of $3.2 billion when discounted at 8%, or $2.2 billion when discounted at 10%. The discovery is a significant find for Chevron and ExxonMobil, but especially dramatic for minority players Dangote Energy Equity Resources and Afren (Afren owns 49% of Dangote).

As the first well drilled in the Nigeria Sao Tome JDZ blocks south of the existing Nigerian offshore blocks, the success is important. Success continues to expand in the prolific West
Africa basins and extends the deepwater Nigerian play, which is an increasingly important part of the majors’ portfolios. A significant commercial find bodes well for future drilling on
Block 1, as well as for Blocks 2, 3 and 4, which should spud wells by 2007. Participation in these blocks is dominated by smaller players, with names to watch including Anadarko,
Addax (Swiss), Centurion Energy and ERHC Energy Inc., which has a solid stake in Blocks 2, 3, and 4.

Block Companies
1 Chevron, ExxonMobil, Dangote Energy Equity Resources, Afren
2 Sinopec, Addax/ERHC, ONGC, Equator, Foby Engineering, Momo Oil & Gas
3 Anadarko, Addax/ERHC, DNO-EER, Equinox, Ophir, Broadlink
4 Addax/ERHC, Conoil, Overt Energy, Godsonic, Centurion Energy, Hercules Energy
na da wird wohl nächste woche der dollar genommen, so wie das aussieht! :D
hier ist ja totenstille! keiner da ausser mir oder warten alle auf den ausbruch?
hat eigentlich jemand die beiden riesenausscchläge im tageschart gesehen? :eek:


Beitrag zu dieser Diskussion schreiben


Es handelt sich hier um einen ältere Diskussionen, daher ist das Schreiben in dieser Diskussion nicht mehr möglich. Bitte eröffnen Sie hier ein neue Diskussion.