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Auf oilgascoal.com habe ich eine Artikel über Tullow Oil und Heritagge Oil gefunden, die eine Ölexploration in Uganda betreiben.
Lasst uns die weitere Entwicklung hier verfolgen.
Tullow Oil has three blocks in the Albertine basin spanning Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo, two in 50-50 partnership with Canada's Heritage Oil. Tullow Oil has three blocks in the Albertine basin spanning Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo, two in 50-50 partnership with Canada's Heritage Oil.

Better known for its myriad conflicts in recent years, Africa Great Lakes region has become one of most exciting frontiers in a hunt for oil on the continent that is increasingly focused away from traditional West African sources.

At Tullow's drilling site, workers in hard hats lug heavy machinery and steel girders up a rig, cast against dramatic blue-green mountains. They are changing a drill to go deeper.

"We've gone through several sections with oil shows," says Tullow geologist John Birch over the clanging of metal and buzz of a generator. "This takes us to the bottom of the well."

The UK-based explorer says its seismic data suggests the region's reserves could be a billion barrels -bigger than a find it unveiled last month of up to 600 million in Ghana.

Ugandan exploration remains at an early stage: between them, Tullow and Heritage have drilled six wells. "We've only touched the tip of the iceberg," Heritage Oil's Uganda manager Bryan Westward says. "We think there's a world class find, but until we've drilled 100 wells we'll never know."

Sweet oil

Heritage drilled in one block down to three kilometres and found light crude flowing at 14,000 barrels per day. Tullow struck oil in all five wells it drilled.

"It's all very nice sweet oil. We wouldn't have to have a heated pipeline if we had enough to export," Westward says.

Assuming they find enough, the companies will construct a pipeline to the Kenyan port of Mombasa.

Meanwhile, they are building a mini-refinery capable of supplying local markets with diesel, paraffin and aviation fuel, but not petrol.

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni is keen for the country to become self-sufficient before exporting, but executives say there should be enough to supply Kenya and Tanzania too.

"It's going to change the dynamics of east Africa," says Tullow Uganda manager John Morley.

Tullow secured a rig this month to drill deeper to 4-7 kilometres, where executives believe the best crude lies. As with all such ventures, there are environmental challenges. Tullow is drilling in a protected nature reserve that is home to precious species including leopards, hippos and black-and-white colobus monkeys.

The Wildlife Conservation Society warned in February that exploration was taking place in a very sensitive biodiversity zone likely to be damaged irreparably unless well managed.

"All the drill pads, access roads, boat traffic - it has an impact," says Tullow environment officer Ashleigh Olsen as her jeep sweeps past grazing antelope. "And if there was a spill on the lake, it would be a disaster."

Olsen says the company is taking precautions to avoid spills. They say they are using the best technology available to minimise impact, sealing off used wells and shipping out waste.

Great expectations

If big oil is found, the next question will be how to start production. Tullow produces a modest 70,000 barrels a day. For the smaller Heritage, much depends on finance.

"My company isn't big enough to take this to production," says Westward. "We need more money, or we have to hope one of the majors buys us out."

Heritage has so far had not been approached. "They're all sitting on the wall," says Westward. Tullow this month quashed rumours it would buy Heritage. The inevitable hype over Ugandan oil leaves high expectations.

"A people who have been able to grow at six per cent while without oil, can grow even faster... when we have oil," Finance Minister Ezra Suruma said, concluding last month's budget.

Quelle: Quelle Gulfnews
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 30.785.720 von Petronius am 21.07.07 14:51:28Hallo,

bin bei Tullow erst vor ein zwei Monaten eingestiegen. Habe als schon ein bissechen was verpasst. Die Firma ist in Afrika gut aufgestellt und sind auch schon in Ghana fündig geworden:;)


Grüße Hadock99
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 30.787.094 von Hadock am 21.07.07 17:36:41Hallo,

Habe mir Aktien von Tullow Oil vor zwei Monaten zugelegt. Halte die Firma für gut aufgestellt mit interseanten Lizensen in Afrika.
Sie sind bereits vor Ghana fündig geworden:


Grüße Hadock99
Wie beim heiligen Strohsack kann man sich eigentlich bei oilgascoal.com anmelden???

Da gibt es kein Registration-Portal :confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 30.939.726 von KaOzz am 30.07.07 17:37:19Hallo,

hab gerade was in einem anderem Thread gefunden, betrifft auch Tullow Oil, geschrieben von Punicamelon:

Jagdszenen um Öl auf Albertsee



hier noch Neues zu Uganda (von HP kopiert):

23 August 2007 – Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) announces the successful drilling and testing of the Mputa-3 appraisal well in Uganda’s Block 2 which the Group operates with a 100% interest. The well was drilled to a total depth of 973m and encountered hydrocarbons in three separate zones. One zone was tested and produced at an average rate of 1,986 barrels of oil per day. Pressure and sampling data from the other two zones indicates that all three zones could flow at a combined rate in excess of 4,000 barrels of oil per day.

Mputa-3, the second of three wells in the Kaiso-Tonya area appraisal programme, was drilled 1.5km southeast of the 2006 discovery well. The primary objectives of the well were firstly to confirm the presence of oil at this location to underpin the reserves and field development plan and secondly to confirm the lateral extent and quality of the reservoir sands to verify the geological model.

The well intersected three oil bearing zones with total net pay of 19.5m, the best result to date in the Kaiso-Tonya area. The first two zones, 4.5m and 5.0m, were encountered at 803m and 837m respectively. These zones were not production tested but pressure testing and sampling indicated moveable oil with very good permeabilities. The third zone, a 10m sandstone at 867m, was production tested for two days at an average rate of 1,986 barrels of 33º API oil per day through a ¾ inch choke. Pressure data acquired during the test confirmed that the sands are extensive with a permeability in excess of 1 Darcy.

The well is now being suspended as a future producer. On completion the rig will move to the Mputa-4 location, 1.2km north-east. Mputa-3 is an important component of the overall appraisal programme and has provided key information for understanding ultimate reserve potential and for development planning. Data from this well will be integrated with the results from the upcoming Mputa-4 well and the 3D seismic which is to be acquired by year-end.

Commenting today, Aidan Heavey, Chief Executive of Tullow said:
"We are very pleased to have continued our sequence of successful drilling in Uganda having encountered producible hydrocarbons in all seven of the wells drilled to date. The Mputa-3 well has exceeded our pre-drill expectations in terms of sand development and production performance and has also provided important regional geological information. The appraisal programme is progressing well and remains on schedule to sanction the Early Production System in the fourth quarter this year."

Es gibt wieder Neuigkeiten von Tullow Petroleum. Diesmal hat man in Ghana Öl gefunden.
Hier der Artikel: http://oilgascoal.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view…


Hier der Zwischenbericht von Tullow. Die Produktion ist um 11% gestiegen, der Gewinn aber deutlich gefallen.



Tullow Oil beginnt mit einem Bohrprogramm oin Ghana. Die verwendete Rig wird anschliessend von Afren Energy in Nigeria verwendet:

Vor dem Hintergrund möglicher Militäraktionen der Türkei im Norden des Irak stieg der Preis für ein Barrel (159 l) Rohöl der Sorte WTI (Western Texas Intermediate) erstmals auf das Niveau von 87 US-$ an. Im Gleichtakt zum US-Öl kletterte der Preis der Nordseeölsorte Brent Crude in London ebenso auf ein neues Rekordniveau von knapp 83 US-$. Einige Analysten renommierter Bankhäuser rechnen nun mit einem Run auf 90 US-$ (Brent Crude) bzw. die Marke von 100 US-$ (WTI). Werden die Renommierten im Gegensatz zu ihren Immobilienkreditabteilungen ein glücklicheres Händchen mit ihrer Prognose haben?....


Ganz interessant, könnt ja mal schauen.
Taipan hat in der Dezember Ausgabe Tullow zum Kauf empfohlen. Kursziel GBP 9,10.
Tullow tritt das Projekt in der DRK ab.

Tullow Withdraws From Congolese Oil Block, Minister Says

By Franz Wild

Feb. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Tullow Oil Plc, the U.K. producer with the most exploration licenses in Africa, withdrew from an exploration area in the Congo and may lose the rights to a second, said Hydrocarbons Minister Lambert Mende.

The London-based company relinquished its stake in Block I of the Albertine Basin on Congo's eastern border after a dispute with the government, Mende said yesterday in an interview in the capital, Kinshasa. Tullow and Canadian partner Heritage Oil Corp. may lose the rights to Block II if they don't propose a new production-sharing-agreement soon.

``We hope that they won't delay too much as we do want to exploit our riches,'' Mende said. ``We won't wait eternally.''

Congo, a central African nation the size of Western Europe, is rebuilding an economy shattered by decades of misrule by former dictator Mobutu Sese Seko and two civil wars between 1996 and 2003. The country has attracted increased investment from companies including BHP Billiton Ltd. and Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. as stability has improved after the first democratic elections in four decades in 2006.

Tullow and Heritage in September accepted a reduction in their shares of the two oil blocks after Mende said a July 2006 contract, signed with Congo's previous government, was irregular. Tullow said it was valid and legally binding and offered to double its signing bonus. It relinquished the block last month.

``It's voluntarily that Tullow withdrew,'' Mende said.

Tullow's Vice President for African Business Tim O'Hanlon didn't immediately respond to messages left at his office and on his mobile phone.

Since Tullow's withdrawal, Block I has been awarded to Divine Inspiration, a South African company, and PetroSA, South Africa's state oil company, which share a 51 percent stake. Spain-based H Oil controls 37 percent, with state-owned Cohydro and two ``minor'' Congolese partners owning the rest, Mende said.

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Uganda: Govt, Tullow Sign Oil Production Pact

New Vision (Kampala)

21 July 2008

Posted to the web 22 July 2008

Barbara Among


The Government has signed an agreement with a British Oil company, Tullow Uganda, to build a refinery in the oil rich Albert region.

The company is expected to start the infrastructure development for the refinery early next year.

"Tullow is going to set the topping plant (mini-refinery) at its own cost and then recover the money from oil revenue," said the commissioner for petroleum exploration and production, Reuben Kashambuzi.

He said Tullow was evaluating the bids from companies interested in building the plant, adding that only international firms had applied.

Addressing journalists yesterday, Kashambuzi said Tullow intended to build a 4,000-barrel-a-day mini-refinery and a 50MW power plant when it begins producing oil next year.

He was, however, tight-lipped on how the oil revenue would be shared between the company and the country.

"Unfortunately, we have been prevented from giving you that document because it has been classified as confidential," Kashambuzi said.

"But what I can tell you is that the agreement has been made in such a way that the Government has not been cheated. The interest of the country has been taken care of."

The early production will basically be for local consumption. It will cover the region of Kaiso-Tonya area, Block 2 and parts of Lake Albert.

Kashambuzi said early oil production was necessary to establish the level of viability and to access diesel, kerosene and aviation fuel.

The production is set to start in the last quarter of 2009. The production system will have a separation plant, water injection facilities, a crude topping unit to produce petroleum distillates and heavy fuel oil products and storage facilities.

At the start-up, the well development programme will consist of six wells with flowlines.

Kashambuzi said the project has been designed to produce about 4,000 barrels per day of heavy fuel oil and petroleum products.

The company will also set up a power plant to run on heavy fuel oil, with capacity to supply the plant and the neighbouring area.

Kashambuzi said the early production would also enable the Government to begin studying the behaviour of reservoirs that will help in the design of the diesel refinery.

But the company is yet to receive approval from the National Environmental Authority (NEMA) for the plant.

NEMA boss Arymanya Mugisha said the authority would hold a public hearing in Hoima district on July 29, which will form the basis of its decision.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.305.388 von ArbiMod am 02.06.09 20:20:14Thx a lot :kiss:

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

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

Tullow to spend up to €750m on projects

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


kurs derzeit überkauft ;)

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


(Rauten entfernen)
Punters are told to hold their fire on Tullow Oil as it looks set to gush

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Steve Goldstein is MarketWatch's London bureau chief.
Tullow Oil hat gerade auf der alten Auwärtstrendlinie aufgesetzt, die seit 2003 besteht - also als der Kurs dieses Wertes noch bei 70GBp stand, bzw 90% tiefer ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.940.504 von KaOzz am 13.02.10 19:26:21Sorry, das war Heritage :rolleyes:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.940.505 von KaOzz am 13.02.10 19:27:01Intraday RT-Chart:


Sehr interessant, der London Evening Standard bietet eine permante Berichterstattung über TLW:

Der letzte Bericht:


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.941.061 von Elrond am 14.02.10 09:10:46Was man sich wünscht, hat u.U. nicht viel mit der Realtität zu tun...

24.06.2010 18:59
UPDATE 3-Congo strips Tullow of oil block rights -documents

By Katrina Manson

LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo has stripped British energy firm Tullow of its rights to two oil blocks on Lake Albert, thought to hold vast crude deposits, according to documents seen by Reuters on Thursday.

Presidential decrees awarded little-known energy firms Caprikat and Foxwhelp, both registered in the British Virgin Islands, development rights to Block 1 and Block 2 on the lake, which straddles the Congo-Uganda frontier.

The blocks had previously been awarded to Tullow in a 2006 deal in which the company paid a $500,000 signing bonus, and South Africa's Divine Inspiration Group also claims rights to Block 1 after a 2008 deal in which it paid $2.5 million.

'The award of these licences to an unknown British Virgin Islands registered company does nothing to help Africa build any sort of reputation for transparency,' Tullow said in a statement emailed to Reuters.

'We are reviewing our options but have no doubt about the legal validity of our claims to these blocks,' it said.

Tullow holds a development deal on the Ugandan side of Lake Albert -- a body of water covering the Albertine Graben geological formation that experts say holds 2 billion barrels of crude oil -- and had been hoping to join them with the Congolese blocks.

Tullow shares closed 4.1 percent lower compared with a 2.4 percent drop in the STOXX 600 European oil and gas index .

Congo's director of projects at the Ministry of Mines confirmed the awards to Caprikat and Foxwhelp. 'It's true, exactly,' he told Reuters.

The Ministry of Mines is seeking a $6 million signature bonus from the two companies for the awards, according to a letter dated June 10 and seen by Reuters.

The vast central African state, once a major minerals producer but scarred by a 1998-2003 war and ongoing rebellions that killed millions, has attracted a flurry of investor interest after a big oil find on Uganda's side of the lake.

Land-based Block 3 goes to South African SacOil, in which Divine and Encha Group each have a 50 percent share and which had signed an accord in 2007, according to the documents.

'We're looking at investing a total of $100 million over the next four years,' Andrea Brown, director of SacOil, told Reuters. 'We will start immediately.'

Another company, Polar Petroleum DRC, registered in Congo in April, is seeking a memorandum of understanding for Block 4.

Block 5, which lies largely on Lake Edward, goes to SOCO International with a 38.25 percent interest, and to Dominion Petroleum which has 46.75 percent.

They negotiated their agreement in December 2007, giving Congo state oil firm Cohydro a 15 percent share.

(Editing by Richard Valdmanis, Jon Loades-Carter and Erica Billingham)

((richard.valdmanis@thomsonreuters.com; Dakar newsroom +221 33 864 5076)) Keywords: CONGO DEMOCRATIC/OIL

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.941.061 von Elrond am 14.02.10 09:10:46Ja, warum nicht.
Die Jungs sind gut. Trotz der Rückschläge in Uganda.
Und bei 9-10 Euro könnte man glatt nochmal nachkaufen.
Wird im aktuellen Gewinn (seite 34) als einer der Toptipps im Interview mit Graham French genannt (im Artikel wird dann aber nicht näher auf die Aktie eingegangen).
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.375.635 von Nissie am 15.04.11 17:26:05Hallo Nissie,
bin natürlich nicht raus. Man kann sich ärgern, dass damals nicht noch mehr von den Dingern gekauft (oder aber bereits vor ein paar Jahren), aber so ist es ja eh immer.
Auf jeden Fall dürfte hier kaum das Ende der Fahnenstange erreicht sein. Einer der wenigen Werte, die seit längerer Zeit schon überwiegend Spaß machen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.745.580 von KaOzz am 28.06.10 13:50:13Sehe ich das richtig: Die Ansprüche und Rechte gegenüber Kongo hat Tullow mittlerweile endgültig aufgegeben?

Hat sich das schon inder Bilanz für 2010 niedergeschlagen?
Tullow ist jetzt auch an der Ghana Stock Exchange gelistet: http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/06/14/africa-factors-idU…

Kein ungeschickter Zug, den damit kommt Tullow auch in die diversen Afrika-ETFs. Zudem sollte das Tullows Standing bei den ghanaischen Behörden stärken.

Nuon sollte Tullow auch zu einem günstigen preis von Vattenfall bekommen haben. Insofern bin ich mit dem Newsflow bei Tullow im großen und Ganzen zufrieden.
aktuelle Produktion in 2012 wohl ca. 30 MMboe, kann in den nächsten Jahren auf ca. 60 MMboe Jahresproduktion gesteigert werden, Chart sieht gut aus. Könnte sein, dass man hier von einem steigenden Ölpreis prima profitieren kann.
Tülle hat echt das Pech an den Hacken. Schon lange kein Explorationserfolg mehr und nun auch noch Ärger mit der lokalen Bevölkerung in Kenia: http://www.OilVoice.com/n/Tullow_Oil_provides_Kenya_operatio…
Ein ausführlicher und guter Artikel: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/analysis-kenya-shutdown-temper…

Die Duster-Serie und die Proteste in Kenia könnten zu einer Übertreibung bei der Kurskorrektur geführt haben.
Tullow ist kursmäßig mittlerweile schwer gebeutelt. Langfristig gibt es m. E. aber durchaus gute Entwicklungen, z. B.: http://m.seekingalpha.com/currents/post/1464101

Betrifft zwar nicht direkt Tullow, aber die kommerzielle Verwertbarkeit von Gasfelder hängt sehr stark davon ab, inwieweit bereits Infrastruktur besteht, die mitgenutzt werden kann. Wenn Anadarko mozambikanisches Gas nach Thailand verkauft, dann wird Tullow die dafür genutzte Infrastruktur möglicherweise auch für eigene Gasfunde in Südostafrika nutzen können.
War zwar nur eine wildcat-Bohrung, aber so langsam wird es mal Zeit, dass Tullow auch mal wieder einen Bohrerfg erzielt.
Das ist eine gute Nachricht: http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/131264/Uganda_Set_to_S…

Die Öl-Reserven sind das eine, der Weg zu tatsächlichen Förderung etwas ganz anderes und in Uganda gehört so eine Vereinbarung zwingend dazu.
Zitat von Double-H: mann, ey ... was ist denn da los bei Tullow Oil?!

Was soll schon los sein? Der Ölpreis Ist unter Druck geraten und dementsprechend Sinken die Kurse der Mineralölkonzerne.

Die Volumina liegen deutlich über dem Durschnitt, die letzten 5 Tage im plus.

Sehr attraktive Bewertung nach wie vor.

Unser Pivot-Punkt liegt bei 175.75.GBp
Unsere Meinung: kurzfristige Erholung
Alternatives Szenario: unter 175.75 lauten die Kursziele 150 und 134.75
Analyse: der RSI liegt über der Neutralitätszone von 50. Der MACD liegt über der Signallinie und ist negativ. Der MACD muss über die Null-Linie steigen, um weiteres Aufwärtspotenzial zu signalisieren. Es wird darauf hingewiesen, dass die Volumina seit einigen Tagen ansteigen.

Source: BNP



Tullow Oil Insider Käufe
In other Tullow Oil plc news, insider Wilson,Jeremy purchased 30,000 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction dated Wednesday, February 10th. The stock was bought at an average cost of GBX 145 ($2.09) per share, for a total transaction of £43,500 ($62,707.22). Also, insider McDade,Paul purchased 618 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction dated Friday, January 8th. The stock was acquired at an average price of GBX 146 ($2.10) per share, with a total value of £902.28 ($1,300.68).

Are Premier Oil PLC And Tullow Oil plc Set To Double Or Halve?


Heute wieder stabiler Endkurs bei 1.94 EUR.

Tullow -

Unsere Meinung: solange die Unterstützung bei 214.75 hält, ist die Aufwärtstendenz intakt.

Alternatives Szenario: unter 214.75 lauten die Kursziele 184.25 und 166.25

Analyse: der RSI liegt über 70. Das kann bedeuten, dass sich die Aktie entweder in einem anhaltenden Aufwärtstrend befindet oder dass sie überkauft ist und deshalb korrigieren wird (in diesem Fall auf bearishe Divergenzen achten). Der MACD liegt über der Signallinie und ist positiv. Die Konfiguration ist positiv. Es wird darauf hingewiesen, dass die Volumina seit einigen Tagen ansteigen.

Widerstandslinien: 299,50 / 318,00 / 336,25
Pivotpunkt: 214,75
Unterstützungslinien: 214,75 / 184,25 / 166,25

Hauptversammlung am 28. April 2016.

Die Tulow scheint hier einen vorläufigen Boden gefunden zu haben, reagiert sehr positiv auf die aktuellen Nachrichten.
öh, da muss man bis 18.04. antworten. Wie nun? Meinungen zu der Maßnahme? Ist bei mir eher so eine Vergessene im Depot.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.721.530 von prallhans am 11.04.17 23:02:54Ich werde an der Kapitalmaßnahme teilnehmen und neue Aktien zu 1,30 GBP zeichnen.
Öl wird immer gebraucht, auch in Afrika.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.734.601 von ralfho am 13.04.17 17:28:29Siehe auch Quelle:

Aktien des britischen Öl- und Gasförderers Tullow Oil sind am Freitag unter die Räder geraten. Die Papiere stürzten in London um 15,2 Prozent auf 201 Pence ab. Damit notierten sie so niedrig wie seit knapp siebeneinhalb Monaten nicht mehr und steuerten auf ihren schlechtesten Börsentag seit 2004 hin.

Das Unternehmen plant eine Kapitalerhöhung mit Bezugsrechten im Volumen von 607 Millionen Pfund (rund 700 Millionen Euro). Damit will Tullow seine hohe Verschuldung verringern und in Förderprojekte in Lateinamerika und Afrika investieren. Ausgegeben werden sollen 466,9 Millionen neue Aktien zu 130 Pence. Zum Schlusskurs am Donnerstag bedeutet das einen Abschlag von 45,2 Prozent.

Analysten hatten den Schritt nicht erwartet. "Das kommt überraschend für uns", kommentierte Jefferies-Analyst Mark Wilson. Es deute eventuell darauf hin, dass die Banken bei Refinanzierungen nicht so entgegenkommend gewesen seien wie gedacht. Die wegen Zweifeln an den Opec-Förderkürzungen und steigender US-Produktion wieder mehr unter Druck kommenden Ölpreise könnten Tullow zusätzlich zusetzen, ergänzte Experte Neil Wilson von ETX Capital. Der Konzern müsse auf einen Ölpreis von mindestens 50 Dollar je Barrel hoffen, sonst werde er seine Investoren eventuell erneut anzapfen müssen.

Die Ölpreise sind wegen eines weltweiten Überangebotes seit 2014 auf Talfahrt, hatten sich aber nach der Opec-Einigung im November von ihren Tiefs erholt. Momentan kostet ein Fass Brent-Öl rund 52 Dollar. (Reporter: Arathy Nair, bearbeitet von Anika Ross, redigiert von Myria Mildenberger. Bei Rückfragen wenden Sie sich bitte an die Redaktionsleitung unter den Telefonnummern 069-7565 1232 oder 030-2888 5168)
warum ist die Aktie so fürchterlich abgestürzt in den letzten Monaten ? Der Ölpreis hat sich ja auch nicht so schlecht entwickelt.
Thu, 29th Nov 2018 07:53

* Plans to pay out at least $100 mln from 2019
* Froze dividends in 2015

* Eyes one-off dividend for 2018 (Adds details from capital markets day)
By Shadia Nasralla
LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Africa-focused Tullow Oil will return to paying dividends, which it suspended in 2015 due to the oil price crash, and expects to pay out at least $100 million from 2019 with an option for a special dividend for this year, it said.
Tullow forecast its net debt would drop to $2.8 billion by the end of the year and slightly raised its full-year free cash flow to $700 million earlier this month, helped by trimming its capital expenditure.
Tullow has around 1.39 billion outstanding shares, according to Refinitiv Eikon data, implying a dividend of at least around $0.07 per share.
"Having reached our target of being a balanced self-funding exploration and production business and having embedded cost discipline across the group, this is the right time to reinstate a dividend and focus on our plans for growth," Chief Executive Paul McDade said in a statement on Thursday.
The dividend will be paid on a semi-annual basis based on the free cash flow Tullow makes while keeping debt and investment in mind, it said, adding the board will look at other types of returns to shareholders if cash abounds.
"With respect to the 2018 financial year, the board will review the potential for a one-off ordinary dividend after the year-end financial close," Tullow said.
Tullow, with a market cap of around 2.5 billion pounds ($3.2 billion), had raised the possibility of returning to paying dividends in April.
Tullow plans to spend $570 million next year, at the upper end of its $200-$600 million capital expenditure range.
At a capital markets day, McDade told reporters plans for final investment decisions on its East African ventures in Uganda in the first half and Kenya at the end of next year still held.
He said the company was driving to complete a farm-down - or the sale of a share in its rights over a discovery - in Uganda to Total by the end of this year, but declined to put a probability on that timeframe.
As for the pipeline project in Kenya that would carry oil from onshore fields to the port of Lamu, he said if all commercial and ownership questions were settled by the third quarter of 2019, a final investment decision would still be possible by the end of that year.
In addition to its fields in Ghana, where it will reach gross plateau production of 180,000 barrels per day over the coming weeks, the East African ventures are due to boost Tullow's output by around 50 percent to 150,000 bpd from the early 2020s.
Tullow also plans to drill three wells offshore Guyana next year in one of the world's most-watched basins. ($1 = 0.7792 pounds) (Editing by Adrian Croft and Dale Hudson)

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Ganz schön ruhig hier:

Heute wurden die Jahreszahlen 2018 veröffentlicht, super Zahlen, speziell FCF von 411M. Dividende wird auch ausgeschüttet.

2018 FULL YEAR RESULTS summary

· Revenue of $1.9 billion; corporate Business Interruption insurance proceeds of $188 million

· Gross profit of $1.1 billion; profit after tax of $85 million; free cash flow of $411 million; opex reduced to $10/barrel

· Year-end net debt of $3.1 billion, $1 billion headroom; gearing of 1.9x; no near-term maturities

· 2018 capital investment of $423 million; 2019 forecast of $570 million

· Sustainable capital returns policy announced in November; 2018 final recommended dividend of 4.8¢/share (c.$67 million)

· West Africa 2018 net oil production averaged 88,200 bopd; 2019 forecast 93,000 - 101,000 bopd

· Principles agreed with Government of Uganda on CGT; completion of farm-down to follow

· JV Partners targeting Uganda development FID around mid-year; Kenya development targeting end 2019 FID

· Guyana exploration drilling to commence in mid-2019 with a three-well programme planned
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.859.457 von TommyX11 am 13.02.19 08:25:43Fast 2 mrd $ Erlöse, Gewinn nach Steuern von noch schwachen 85 mio $, Die Verschuldung mit 3 mrd $ noch immer hoch aber übersichtlicher, und es wird eine 4,8 Cent dividende angekündigt, wir können in diesem Jahr die 100.000 bblpd überschreiten und einige interessante Projekte in der Pipeline sowie einige Enttäuschungen wie Uganda.

Für mich durchwachsen wenn es aber so bleibt könnte es endlich der Anfang eines nachhaltigeren Turnaround sein, wenn der Ölpreis mitspielt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.011.411 von TommyX11 am 04.03.19 07:09:11https://www.tullowoil.com/Media/docs/default-source/3_invest…
Dann hoffen wir dass die anderen Leads/Prospects in diesem Block ebenfalls voll Öl sind.
Tullow Oil | 2,336 €
Weniger Öl als progostiziert in Ghana gefördert, in Guana stellt sich der Fund als "nur schweres, Schwefel haltiges " und damit weniger wertvolles Öl heraus, in Uganda blokieren nach wie vor die Politiker einen guten Farmout Deal für Tlw was die jahrelange Verzögerung bis zum ersten kommerziell produzierten Öl mit bewirkt, in Kenia will Tlw ebenfalls einen Teil ausfarmen ergibt heute unterm Strich rund minus 30% beim Aktienkurs.
Tullow Oil, down 22%. The oil and gas company once again warned production will miss targets following continued operational problems in Ghana. The firm also, alongside partner Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas, has reported the presence of heavy crude oil in wells in Guyana, containing high levels of sulphur. For 2019, the Chiswick, London-based oil producer sees production averaging 87,000 barrels of oil per day. In July, Tullow had warned production was likely to be between 89,000 barrels and 93,000 barrels, lower than the 90,000 barrels to 98,000 barrels initially guided. The company said the lower than forecast production is mainly due to topside issues at the Jubilee field, which has constrained water injection and gas handling, as well as the suspension of a well at the TEN field. Both fields are off-shore Ghana, West Africa. "Given the group has recently started paying a dividend, but still has some work to do on debt reduction, that's far from ideal. Throw in troubles closing a deal to reduce its stake in oil fields in Uganda, and 2019 is turning into a bit of an annus horribilis for Tullow shareholders," said Hargreaves Lansdown's Nick Hyett. Eco Atlantic was down 50%.
Tullow Oil | 1,812 €
Ich dachte schweres schwefelhaltiges Öl sei derzeit gefragt, weil die Förderung Venezuelas immer geringer wird und die Rafinerien teils genau auf diese Sorten ausgelegt sind.

Was sind den Tullows Perspektiven für Guyana, was die Fördermengen anbelangt?
Tullow Oil | 1,778 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 61.918.880 von ralfho am 14.11.19 08:53:14Tullow Aktien hatte ich noch nie in meinem Depot.
Der Kurs ist so tief wie 2016. Ist schon ein heftiger Einbruch für eine Öl-Firma dieser Größenordnung.

Sind das schon Tief-Kurse ? Oder wird es noch etwas preiswerter, sollte der Ölpreis noch etwas nachgeben ?
Tullow Oil | 1,558 €
Uganda reaches deal on tax dispute, paves way for Tullow stake sale
Elias Biryabarema

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda said on Monday it had settled a tax dispute with international oil firms, clearing the way for Britain’s Tullow Oil (TLW.L) to revive plans to sell a stake in its assets and allow the firms to move to a final decision on development.

The government has been locked in a dispute with the firms, including France’s Total (TOTF.PA) and China’s CNOOC (0883.HK), over the taxes assessed on Tullow’s plans to sell part of its stakes in the country’s oil fields.

Uganda’s previous oil tax disputes have been around capital gains tax on proceeds from asset sales.

Hanns Kyazze, a communications specialist at the ministry of energy and mineral development, said the government had offered the companies a deal to end the dispute, although he did not provide details on the agreement.

“They (firms) have now accepted that proposal and are moving on to ensure that package of proposed terms is operationalised,” Kyazze told Reuters.

Total, Tullow and Cnooc hold equal stakes in the fields but Tullow had planned to sell a 22% stake to its two partners, although the deal collapsed because of differences between the three firms and the government over taxes.

Kyazze told Reuters a formal announcement would likely be made in coming days but that the agreement “untangles all issues that stalled and failed the deal, high on it are the taxes, who pays those taxes and how and when should those taxes be paid.”

Uganda discovered its crude oil reserves estimated at 6 billion barrels in the Albertine rift basin near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, in 2006.

Commencement of commercial production has been repeatedly delayed by a disputes over taxes, including the latest one, and disagreements over field development strategy.

The disagreement over taxes on Tullow’s farm down plan has led Total to suspend work on a planned crude pipeline to export the oil from landlocked Uganda via Tanzania.

With the tax dispute settled, the government expected the firms to reach a final investment decision on developing the Ugandan fields by the end of the first quarter 2020 at the latest, Kyazze said.

Reporting by Elias Biryabarema; Editing by Duncan Miriri and Christina Fincher

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Tullow Oil | 1,592 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 62.056.238 von e64 am 02.12.19 10:31:21Heute ist es noch "etwas" preiswerter geworden.
Bin hier jetzt auch dabei. Hoffe, dass der Markt jetzt doch etwas übertreibt, mit der Korrektur...
Tullow Oil | 0,692 €
Und ich dachte schon die minus 30% wären grausam gewesen. Geht immer noch schlimmer, heute minus 70%.
Tullow Oil | 0,480 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 62.115.278 von texas2 am 09.12.19 17:49:55Habe heute viel zu früh gekauft. Beim Kurs von 0,53 verbilligt.
Hoffe, dass es zumindest nicht viel tiefer fällt.
Tullow Oil | 0,480 €
Schlechte Nachrichten wie fallende Fördermenge, gestrichene Dividende.

Ein deftiges Minus - dachte zuerst sogar an schlimmere Nachrichten.
Tullow Oil | 0,500 €
Der Return scheint ja derweil zu laufen.
Neues Kursziel von GS - Goldman Sachs today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Tullow Oil PLC (LON:TLW) and cut its price target to 87p (from 186p).
Wäre dann wieder über 1€ pro Aktie, mal sehen.
Tullow Oil | 0,710 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 62.143.976 von poldi83 am 12.12.19 16:04:26Am Freitag, wo wir bei 0,83 standen, habe mich geärgert zu früh ausgestiegen zu sein.

Schaun mer mal ob Goldman Sachs mit der Prognose von 1 EUR richtig liegt...
Oder hat Goldman Sachs hier eigene Interessen gehabt und wollte Marktteilnehmer "positiv" stimmen wollen... :confused:
Tullow Oil | 0,730 €
Hier noch einmal die Mitschrift von der Tlw Konferenz mit den reduzierten Förderprognosen = reduzierte Geld das verdient wird für 2020.
Tullow Oil | 0,770 €
zum Unglück kommt Pech(?) auch noch dazu:

Tullow Slumps After Guyana Oil Find Is Smaller Than Expected

• Net pay of Carapa-1 well is lower than the pre-drill forecast
• Preliminary interpretation of results shows light oil in field


Tullow Oil | 0,715 €

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