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Tower is also pleased to confirm that a Letter of Intent has been signed with ASCOM S.A Group for the provision of a truck mounted land drilling rig, an MBU-125, currently in Southern Sudan, which is rated for drilling to 2700 metres.

Neptune expects the rig to be available from February 2009 and also expects approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment in good time to meet rig availability. Neptune is also in a position to award all contracts with relevant suppliers as soon as the Farmout is completed. It remains the intention to begin drilling Iti-1 no later than March 2009.



MBU-125 mobile drilling rig

http://www.drill-pump.com/en/products/mbu125.html

MBU-125 mobile drilling rig is designed for rotary and downhole engine drilling of production and exploratory wells.
Nominal drilling depth is 2700 m (drilling by column 28 kg/m).
The rig is consisted of following main units:

hoisting tackle mounted on chassis of advanced load capacity;
mobile unit of wellhead platform and catwalk on triaxial trailer.


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London http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q/t?s=TRP.L

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Für die Watch Liste.
Erfolgswahrscheinlichkeit: 50/50 .:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Risiko: sehr hoch
Kategorie: 1000% Aktie
Anlage Horizont: Langfristig 2 Jahre
Einstieg Limitiert: bis 100k
Berlin



Dieser Vergleich will zeigen das es schlimmere Aktien in den Top listen bei WO gibt? Tag Jungz und Mädelz übrigens:laugh::laugh::laugh:


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.333.152 von Kursbrecher am 08.01.09 15:52:57Nur blöd,das keine Stücke in Berlin gehandelt werden.:keks:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.335.088 von Grauewoelfe am 08.01.09 18:54:55In Londen würde ich es einmal Versuchen, falls du Mut hast.
Jedenfalls rate ich zum warten, zu hohes Risiko für Lemminge wie euch. Aber ihr wollt ja eh nur Pöbeln oder?
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.332.379 von Kursbrecher am 08.01.09 14:25:40Frisches Kapital...
Tower Resources plc, (AIM: TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, announces today that, in response to continuing institutional interest in the company, Blue Oar Securities has raised £360,000 before expenses through the placing (the 'Placing') of 18,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the Company('Ordinary Shares') (together the 'Placing Shares') with institutional investors at a price of 2 pence per Placing Share.

It is intended that the proceeds of the Placing will be used to continue funding the preparation for the second exploration well in Uganda.

The Placing utilises the Company's existing authorities, and the Placing Shares equate to 3.0 per cent of the company's enlarged issued share capital.

Following admission to trading on AIM, the Placing Shares, which will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing Ordinary Shares, Tower Resources' total issued and voting share capital will comprise of 607,329,422 ordinary shares of 0.1p. It is expected that the Placing Shares will be admitted to trading on 20 January 2009.

Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources, said:

'We are delighted by the continuing institutional interest in the company, which will provide funds for maintaining operational preparation for the second exploration well in Uganda.

It is the intention to begin drilling the first exploration well in Uganda in March 2009 and we look forward to updating shareholders with progress on this exciting prospect.'
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Oh je Oh je

Das nächte Ende kommt immer näher!!:laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.375.193 von Turbofrank am 14.01.09 19:21:17Was soll denn diese Bemerkung? Kann ja wohl nicht ganz ernst gemeint sein. Tower hat zwei m.E. potenziell sehr sehr interessante Kurshebel in der Pipeline: Neben dem Ugandaprojekt, das schon sehr bald zeigen wird, für was es gut ist, steht das Namibiaprojekt, bei dem es um eine Größenordnung von 10 Mrd. barrel geht, mit 15% Tower-Beteiligung. Die ver-xfachung des Kurses im letzen Jahr rührte aus der Pressemeldung zum Potenzial des Namibiaprojekts. Ich kenne abgesehen von den vier Falklandpapieren keine Explorationsaktien mit einem solchen Potenzial. In meinen Augen ist Tower Resources damit ein tolles high-risk-high-reward Papier. Muss aber jeder selber wissen...

value_seeker

P.S.: Der Kurs in Berlin ist absolut unwichtig, erstens weil überhaupt kein Volumen dahinter steht und zweitens weil den Berliner Phantasiekursen bei solchen Papieren ohnehin kein Glauben zu schenken ist. Maßgeblich ist alleinig der Handel in London.
Morgen bekommt Tower Money

Tower Resources plc, (AIM: TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, is pleased to announce, in response to continuing institutional interest in the company, the institutional placing announced on 12 January has been increased from £360,000 to £500,000 before expenses through the placing (the 'Placing') of 25,000,000 new ordinary shares (increased from 18,000,000 new ordinary shares) of 0.1p each in the Company (the 'Placing Shares') with institutional investors at a price of 2 pence per Placing Share.
It is intended that the proceeds of the Placing will be used to continue funding the preparation for the second exploration well in Uganda.

The Placing utilises the Company's existing authorities, and the Placing Shares equate to 4.1 per cent of the company's enlarged issued share capital.

Following admission to trading on AIM, the Placing Shares, will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing ordinary shares. Tower Resources' total issued and voting share capital will comprise of 614,329,422 ordinary shares of 0.1p. It is expected that all the Placing Shares will be admitted to trading on 20 January 2009.
Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources, said:

'The continued good drilling results from Tullow Oil and Heritage Oil in Uganda have raised awareness of our upcoming drilling programme in Block EA5, Uganda, and we are pleased to have received further support for an increased fundraising, especially in the current market.'
Schön zu hören:D

01/21/09
Uganda - EIA approval for Iti-1 well

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Category: General
Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ('Neptune')- Environmental Impact Assessment

Tower Resources plc, (AIM: TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, announces that the National Environment Management Authority ('NEMA') of the Government of Uganda has given approval to the Environmental Impact Assessment for Iti-1 the Company's first well to be drilled in Exploration Area 5 ('EA5'), Uganda. This Consent allows Neptune to proceed with preparing the drilling site in advance of receiving a drilling rig.

Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources, said:

'The approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment is a further milestone in maintaining the momentum of the upcoming drilling programme in Uganda.'
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.585.019 von Kursbrecher am 16.02.09 09:51:23Hier wurden null Aktien gehandelt!!

Volumen
(Stk.0

:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Das Ende naht..
Ach sooo Kursziel 15pounds innerhalb von 12 Monaten.
Liegt wohl an dem Drill Gerät das bald ansetzt.:laugh::laugh::laugh:

http://www.towerresources.co.uk/uploads/FDCInitiatingCoverag…

Summary
High Impact Near Term News: Tower Resources has established an attractive set of prospects in Uganda, a region that has benefited from the recent discoveries of Heritage and Tullow which have transformed regional prospectivity. Tower is focusing its efforts on Block EA5 within the Albertine rift basin where it holds a 75% working interest. With drill targets identified and a rig secured, the company is intending to spud the first exploration well by late March 2009 targeting 100mmbbl. Tower is free carried through the first well. According to the company the block could contain over 225mmbbl of prospective resources.
Significant Exploration Upside: In Namibia, Tower is free carried on its 15% equity on a resource potential of 9.2bnbbl offshore prospects. Imminent catalysts include
the commencement of seismic in Q1 2009 with a view to spudding its first well in Namibia by Q2 2010.
Experience Counts: The management draws a wealth of experience from previous operating companies such as Enterprise Oil, Soco and Dana Petroleum and has a proven track record of transforming exploration opportunities into attractive acreage
for potential farminees, as well as delivering a pipeline of comparable opportunities in frontier exploration regions.
Limited Financial Risk: Having successfully mitigated financial obligations by farming down to meet its work obligations in both Uganda and Namibia the company is not financially exposed to capital intensive work programs in the current economic
climate. Tower currently has no debt and has a cash position of approximately $1.8m.
Value Transformation: We value the company against an African pure exploration play comparative peer group on net acreage, net risked prospective acreage and implied value on recent transactions and recommend a target price of £0.15/share.
The company’s near term newsflow and upside makes for a very compelling case for investors with an appetite for exploration plays in Africa to secure a position in a stock with limited downside and that trades at almost an 85% discount to our target price.

Ne Kleine News gabs auch noch.

02/13/09 Uganda - Ministerial Consent for Farm Out

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Category: General
Tower Resources plc, an AIM listed oil and gas exploration company and its wholly-owned subsidiary Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune") announced on 22 December 2008 that they had reached agreement ("Farm Out Agreement") to farm out an interest in Neptune's Uganda acreage to Global Petroleum Limited ("Global"), an Australian based oil company quoted on ASX and AIM. Full details of the Farm Out Agreement were included in the announcement dated 22 December 2008.

The Farm Out Agreement was subject to the consent of the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development of the Government of the Republic of Uganda. This consent has now been received, and the Farm Out Agreement is unconditional in all respects.

Global has the right to earn a 50% interest in Exploration Area 5 ("EA5"), north-western Uganda, by meeting the cost of two exploration commitment wells.


Under the terms of the Farm Out Agreement, Global will earn a 50% interest in the EA5 Licence and Production Sharing Agreement by funding the cost of drilling Iti-1 (subject to a cap), the first well of a two well programme, and a second well at their discretion, currently expected to be Sambia-1, when the results of Iti-1 have been interpreted.

The Ministerial Consent allows Tower Resources and Global Petroleum to finalise the contractual and logistical negotiations for a drilling rig to begin drilling operations within the next two months. The first well is expected to be completed within two weeks of commencement of drilling.


Schön das es endlich los geht.:D:p
Und dann gibt es noch ein 2 Well dieses Jahr..tz tz up to the sky:D
Chartechnisch gleich 2 Kaufsignale. 100er & 200er Durchschnitt durchbrochen.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.585.079 von Turbofrank am 16.02.09 10:00:40Du hast recht Turbo am Freitag gabs NULLen im VOLUMEN an der Hauptbörse
http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=TRP.L sogar 2 Nullen
13-Feb-09 2.38 3.62 2.40 2.88 51,448,200

Sozusagen ein Lächerliches Volumen :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
Turbo gestern gabs schon wieder Nullen im Kurs gehandelte Stück an der Heimatbörse 10,885,900 2.97 :mad::laugh::laugh::laugh:



Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.593.438 von Kursbrecher am 17.02.09 13:14:35Morgen gibt es wieder zweistellige rote Prozentzahlen!!
:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Das Ende ist nahrrrrrr
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Recht gehabt:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.602.827 von Turbofrank am 18.02.09 14:13:16Turbo meinst du ich kann nicht den Kurs Manipulieren mit ein Paar Euros.....schau mal hoch um 9:00:eek::p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.602.827 von Turbofrank am 18.02.09 14:13:16Welchen Kurs wünscht du dir den für Morgen?

Sagen wir 0,05 :laugh::laugh::laugh::p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.641.298 von Kursbrecher am 24.02.09 12:56:35Du hast recht..:D
Zum einen bist hier im Board der Nörgler,siehe nachweislich im Energulf-Thread,und zum anderen nimmst du hier bei diesem Unternehmen wohl andere Maßstäbe zur Hand als bei Energulf.

Vergleich mal nur die bereits ausgegebenen Aktien beider Unternehmen:eek:
Tower hat schon über 600Mio.Shares im Umlauf.Was haben sie bei der
letzten PP eingenommen?Etwa 500000Pfund :laugh:
Bei Energulf nörgelst du über einen Barbestand von 6-8 Mio.$ rum und was hat Tower?

. Tower currently has no debt and has a cash position of approximately $1.8m. :keks:

Zudem müssen sie 15% der Kosten für das Namibia-Projekt stemmen.Bei Energulf waren für dich 10% schon nicht machbar.

Deine Ansichtsweise ist,wirtschaftlich gesehen,schon extrem skurril.:rolleyes:
Wenn Energulf eine Luftnummer ist,was ist den Tower erst ???:confused:
Zum einen bist du hier im Board der Nörgler...

Sorry,eine kleine Verbesserung musste sein.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.663.182 von Kursbrecher am 26.02.09 23:02:59Falsch

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Das schöne Geld !! Alles weg...:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.682.342 von Turbofrank am 02.03.09 16:28:01COOL:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Bald lass ich sie 250 Prozent steigen.:D
Mitte Mai geht es zu Sache, also ran an den Speck.:D

Tower Resources plc ("Tower") (AIM:TRP) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune"), has signed a contract with the ASCOM S.A. Group ("ASCOM") to provide the MBU-125, a mobile land rig to drill Iti-1, Neptune's first commitment well in Uganda Licence EA5.


The Iti-1 well site and camp site are completed and all Government consents are in place All drilling supplies will be on site shortly and agreements with the necessary service suppliers are close to finalisation in readiness for the rig's arrival.. There do not appear to be any serious logistical impediments to transporting the rig to the Iti-1 site. The current best estimate is that the rig will arrive at the well site in early May to commence drilling by mid-month.
Peter Kingston, Chairman of Tower Resources plc commented:


"The Tower Board is delighted that the first well in Uganda is now on a firm schedule and the results of more than three years of evaluation work will soon be tested with the drill bit. Results of drilling by other operators in late 2008 and early 2009 have highlighted the major potential of shallow prospects in the northern region of the Albertine Graben and I believe that EA5 has similar prospectivity."
also IMO ist das Unternehmen, zumindest jetzt, eine High Risk Angelegenheit, aber trotzdem ernstzunehmen:

Tower Resources Confirms May Spud Date For Key Uganda Well - Oilbarrel - Apr 8, 2009
www.oilbarrel.com/news/display_news/article/tower-resources-…

"Shares in Tower Resources have enjoyed a mini-rally in recent months, with another 11 per cent gain in morning trading on Wednesday as the company confirmed a rig contract for its first well in Uganda. The MBU-125 land rig will mobilize from Sudan to drill the Iti-1 well in EA5 licence in northwest Uganda, arriving at the well site in early May. This would see the wildcat start drilling in mid-May in a further test of the Albertine Graben, which has proved so prolific for fellow explorers Tullow Oil and Heritage Oil.


It is, of course, the success of those two companies, which have clocked up a 100 per cent strike rate and are on track to unearthing a billion barrel resource on their Lake Albert licences, that has sparked such investor interest in Tower’s otherwise high risk venture. No doubt mindful of the transformational impact of the Tullow/Heritage campaign, investors backed Tower’s fundraising efforts in January, which was increased from £360,000 to £500,000. The fundraising involved the placing of 25 million new ordinary shares with institutional investors at a price of 2 pence per placing share.

The sudden arrival of Uganda on the oil and gas map is also behind the decision of ASX-listed Global Petroleum to farm-in for a 50 per cent stake in EA5 in return for funding two exploration wells. The farm-in, key to getting these commitment wells drilled before the licence deadline of March 2010, was inked in December, providing some relief after the previous partner Orca Exploration pulled out. Global has, however, cannily capped its exposure to the exploration campaign, with a US$7.5 million ceiling on the first well and the right to opt out of the second well and thereby limit its equity in the block to 25 per cent or withdraw all together from the licence. A decision on whether to fund the second well, expected to be Sambia-1, will be taken once the results of the first well have been digested.

There is, therefore, a lot resting on the upcoming well for Tower Resources and its backers. A dud well and the company will likely see itself facing a funding gap for that second well – and filling that gap in the current market on the back of a duster would be a real challenge. Success, however, would transform this company from a frontier explorer to a company with a substantial stake in what is emerging as one of the industry’s hottest E&P plays. Iti-1 lies 80 km north of the Tullow and Heritage discoveries in Blocks 1 and 2 north of Lake Albert, where some of the shallow discoveries are analogous to the Iti and Sambia prospects.

The 6,040 sq km EA5 licence lies at the northern end of the Albertine Graben. Although some distance from the recent discoveries to the south, seismic processing has revealed some similarities in geology. In EA5 the Miocene sediments prevalent in other areas of the Albertine Basin have a maximum thickness of 1,500 metres, considerably less than was expected but in line with sediments in Block 1, immediately to the south, and similar to the Butiaba area of Tullow’s Block 2, where there have been a number of discoveries at depths of less than 1,000 metres. Both the Iti and Sambia prospects are less than 1,000 metres deep.

Geochemistry field surveys have confirmed that there is almost certainly an active, mature hydrocarbon source and migration process taking place, with the samples having similar characteristics to surface seeps present in other areas of the Albertine Graben. In all, this work programme has improved the chances of success but reduced the hydrocarbon potential because of the thinner sedimentation. Even so, Tower is hoping that the two structures each have the potential to hold 100 million barrels.

Investors now don’t have long to wait until this potential is put to the test: this is shallow drilling, with the first well expected to complete within two weeks of spudding. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.974.566 von Popeye82 am 15.04.09 19:53:58Ein billion barrel Fund das wäre ja mal was. :D
http://www.towerresources.co.uk/uploads/Tower%20Resources%20…

Hoppla Insiderkäufe

Tower Resources plc, (AIM: TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, announces today Blue Oar Securities has raised £1,285,000 before expenses through the placing (the “Placing”) of 42,833,334 new ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") (together the “Placing Shares”) at a price of 3 pence per Placing Share. The placing comprised £1,250,000 raised from Institutional investors, Directors and employees of the Company and a further £35,000 from an existing overseas institutional shareholder.
It is intended that the proceeds of the Placing will be used to increase the Company’s working capital to meet going concern requirements over the next year.Tower Resources Directors, Peter Kingston, Peter Taylor, Peter Blakey and Jeremy Asher have participated in the Placing and have subscribed for 700,000, 4,066,666, 4,066,667 and 4,066,667 Placing Shares respectively.
The Placing utilises the Company’s existing authorities, and the Placing Shares equate to 6.5 per cent of the company’s enlarged issued share capital. Tower Resources' total issued and voting share capital will comprise of 657,162,756 ordinary shares of 0.1p.
Subsequent to the Placing, The Directors of the Company will have the following shareholdings:
No. of shares
% of total enlarged share capital
Mark Savage 100,000,000 15.22
Peter Blakey 62,935,772 9.58
Peter Taylor 62,935,772 9.58
Jeremy Asher* 61,866,667 9.41
Peter Kingston 2,474,545 0.38

*Mark Savage’s shares are held by Bayview Investments LLC
* Jeremy Asher’s shares are held through Agile Energy Limited.
Following admission to trading on AIM, the Placing Shares, which will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing Ordinary Shares. It is expected that the Placing Shares will be admitted to trading on 28 April 2009. The Company has agreed deferred settlement for 5,000,000 Placing Shares which will be paid for on 20 May 2009.
Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources, said:
'In the current challenging markets we are delighted with the interest in the company. It is the intention to begin drilling the first exploration well in Uganda in mid May 2009 and we look forward to updating shareholders with progress on this exciting prospect.’
Hier versteckt sich eine Rohstoffrakete :look:
Das Management scheint zu Wissen was es tut.:D

Bald dürften hier wieder News kommen mitte Mai soll doch Bohrbeginn sein. :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.975.275 von Kursbrecher am 15.04.09 21:23:19
Hi,

Also wenn Du zu TRP eine vernünftige Diskussion &Hintergründe haben willst -melde Dich am besten in einem britischen Board an.


Ich hatte mir mal den VSA(dadrauf bin ich drauf aufmerksam geworden)- &FDC-Report &ein paar andere Sachen durchgelesen.

Gruß,
Popeye
Hört sich Prima an, bald dreht sich der Bohrer in die tiefe.:D



05/14/09
Uganda - Drilling Project Update

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Category: General
Tower Resources plc is pleased to confirm that the MBU-125 drilling rig imported from Southern Sudan for the Iti-1 well is on site and is being rigged up.

The road conditions and procedures in Southern Sudan for exporting the rig and camp in three convoys have proven to be challenging but the challenge is being met. An additional two convoys containing the balance of the camp, drill pipe and other peripheral drilling equipment will be loaded and en route to the site early next week.

Tower now anticipates the commencement of drilling to be on or shortly after 25th May. A further announcement will be made once drilling begins.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.179.399 von Kursbrecher am 14.05.09 21:30:14

Ich denke bei der Klitsche dreht sich nur der Kurs in die Tiefe.

diese penny-zocks sind doch nur heisse luft.

aber wenn man nich genug kohle hat, dann erfüllt man sich den traum herr über ein paar k zu sein mit 0,04 cent buden. :rolleyes:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.200.471 von Neal_AE am 18.05.09 16:37:19
Warum soll Tower Resources nur heisse Luft sein? Kannst Du das auch begründen??
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.201.058 von Popeye82 am 18.05.09 17:32:55Sieht Prima aus sie wird wohl in die 0,20 Region erstmal steigen aufgrund der Chancen. Wenn`s ein treffer wird, Anschnallen hinsetzen und festhalten.:laugh::laugh::laugh::D


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.208.213 von Kursbrecher am 19.05.09 14:09:13"Wenn`s ein treffer wird"

Sehr schön formuliert.:laugh:
Wenn nicht,neue Tiefststände.:p
Und die 20 Cent werden aber nur rein theoretisch erreicht,da ja in Wirklichkeit keiner dies Aktie kauft,also keine Umsätze hierzulande stattfinden.Eine Geisteraktie eben. :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.218.939 von Grauewoelfe am 20.05.09 14:58:20Du hast wohl nicht gelesen das noch eine zweite Bohrung folgen wird. Von daher gesehen abwarten und gut ist.


Schrottaktien erkennt man doch heutzutage auf dem ersten Blick:laugh::laugh::laugh:

http://offshore247.com/news/art.aspx?Id=13813

Ja ja,wäre doch zu schön,wenn es Öl in Uganda geben würde.Aber immerhin haben sie nun ein riesen Wasserreservoire angezapft. :laugh:
:p

Super Aussichten für Tower! :laugh::kiss:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.262.679 von Grauewoelfe am 27.05.09 15:04:11Du bist auf dem falschen Dampfer mein Kumpel..:p
05/29/09
Iti-1 well spud

Category: General


Tower Resources plc is pleased to confirm that the Iti-1 exploration well spud at 17.30 hours East Africa time (15.30 hours British Summer Time) yesterday, 28th May.

The well is being drilled to an estimated depth of 650 metres. Operations should take two to three weeks and a further announcement will be made once results of the well have been determined.


Der Bohrer dreht sich in die tiefe...:eek:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.301.655 von Kursbrecher am 02.06.09 13:26:13"Der Bohrer dreht sich in die tiefe.."

Und der Kurs gleich mit...:laugh:
Ist kein gutes Zeichen! :p

Es juckt wohl keinen,wenn Tower auf eine 100Mio.Barrel Öllache trifft.Bei der Anzahl an ausgegebenen Aktien wäre so ein Fund ohnehin bedeutungslos. :(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.311.553 von Grauewoelfe am 03.06.09 16:06:55Das ist doch gut das es fällt. Genau zum TK Boden. Wo siehst du das Problem :confused:

51% der Aktien ist in festen Händen von Investoren. WO ist dein Problem?

1 May 2009 is 657,162,756.

Total - May 1 2009 (No.) Total - May 1 2009 (%)
Bayview Investments LLC 100,000,000 15.22%
Mr Peter Taylor 62,935,772 9.58%
Mr Peter Blakey 62,935,772 9.58%
Agile Energy Limited 61,866,667 9.41%
Mr Ronald Bruce Rowan 52,310,000 3.80%
TD Waterhouse Nominees Ltd 24,902,318 3.79%

http://www.towerresources.co.uk/operations/uganda.html



Warum Bohren sie in Gebieten wo keine 80km weiter schon Öl gefunden wurde? Ausgefeiltes Risikomanagement würde ich sagen..

100Mio Barellfund x 80$(160$) =8(16) Mrd Dollar - 50% also 4 Mrd oder (8Mrd)gegenüber Mkt. Kap.: 39,43Mio

Was geht ab...und dann sind da noch andere Projekte.. du bist komisch.:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.318.926 von Kursbrecher am 04.06.09 14:00:16Ich bin komisch???
Na was bist du dann???

Hier machst du deine Rechnung mit 80$ pro Barrel und im Energulf-Thread willst du jedem einreden,das Öl de facto keine Zukunft hat und alternative Energien die Zukunft sind.Ganz zu schweigen von den zu erwarteten niedrigen Ölpreisen die du prognostizierst.

Ach nee,sie bohren bewußt in der Nähe wo schon Öl gefunden wurde....?
Das hat Energulf wohl nicht zufälligerweise auch gemacht siehe Kudu-Feld.

Ganzzuschweigen von deiner Milchmädchenrechnung.Vorhandenes Öl mal Barrelpreis minus 50% ist gleich MK.Einfach nur lachhaft.

Halo Res. hätte dir eine Lehre sein sollen,stattdessen spielst du hier den Leader und Besserwisser vor. :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.323.026 von Grauewoelfe am 04.06.09 20:19:25
Sind aber auch keine Argumente gegen das Unternehmen.;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.323.026 von Grauewoelfe am 04.06.09 20:19:25Tja nicht Lachen;) verstehen.

Das mit denn 50% hat wohl einen Grund.(Beteiligung)..tz tz tz
Das du behauptest ich hätte die Mk ausgerechnet schießt den Vogel wieder ab...Ein Tipp: lesen verstehen handeln :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Sollte bei der ersten Bohrung kein Öl Sprudeln bleibt immer noch der zweite Versuch..:p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.326.308 von Kursbrecher am 05.06.09 09:59:00"Sollte bei der ersten Bohrung kein Öl Sprudeln bleibt immer noch der zweite Versuch.."

Das Gleiche gilt auch bei Energulf,doch da argumentierst du aber anders.Wohl aus persönlichen Gründen! :p

Und bei deiner Schreibweise,den gelesen Text zu verstehen...ist nunmal sehr schwierig.:laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.323.099 von Popeye82 am 04.06.09 20:27:17Sind es nicht....
...ist mehr wegen andere Äußerungen seitens Kursbrecher auf eine andere Aktie bezogen... ;)
Avatar #95756 von Kursbrecher Benutzerinfo Nachricht an Benutzer Beiträge des Benutzers ausblenden 05.06.09 17:55:03 Beitrag Nr.: 37.331.485
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Folgende Antwort bezieht sich auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.331.248 im neuen Fenster öffnen von peler am 05.06.09 17:29:37
Der Bevorstehen Öl-Crash nach dem erreichen der 60-80$ Zone wird für einkaufskurse sorgen da hast du recht Peler....wie immer halt lachen lachen lachen lachen

Ölbestände steigen weiter...

Kommentare wie Öl bald wieder 160$ lassen doch drauf schließen das die nächste Runde zum ausbeuten der Lemminge eingeleitet wird und die Profis schon wieder am Rausschleudern ihrer 35$ Positionen sind.

Die infolge kommenden Ölshortpositionen werden bestimmt im 10-25$ Bereich an dem Markt weitergegeben, ebend dann wenn jeder Lemming seine Öl Aktien freiwillig veräußert, weil er dem auf ihn einwirkenden Druck nicht mehr Standhält und die Kröten für die Rechnung des Psychiaters braucht. breites Grinsen

Nun aber heißt es Vorhang auf Die muss weitergehen, ich muss jetzt gehen.
lachen lachen lachen lachen


Na Kursbrecher,solche Provokante Äußerungen rutschen dir hier bei deinem Investment nicht raus.Auch die Ölprognosen gehen hier weit auseinander.Wie denn jetzt?Stark fallende Ölkurse wegen steigenden Ölreserven und damit auch ein Flop für Tower oder doch steigende Ölpreise weil das Tower und dessen SP gut pushen würde.Was spricht der Experte? :p :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.332.714 von Grauewoelfe am 05.06.09 20:20:48Wär nett, wenn ihr eure Energulf Streitereien aus anderen Threads heraushalten würdet.
Das wird sonst zur W:O Seuche, wenn ihr euch auch noch in anderen Threads auf diesem niedrigen Niveau öffentlich ankeift.
Danke.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.332.714 von Grauewoelfe am 05.06.09 20:20:48Genau Pinky ä wölfchen das hast du richtig kopiert, heißt also abwarten bis wir neue Rekordtiefs sehen im ÖL, dann kannst du wieder anfangen Explorer einzusammeln..Ene also bei 0,05 oder höher wenn die Ergebnisse stimmen, nun gut...:confused:


@snafur Tschuldigkeit:rolleyes:
Tower Resources Spuds Its First Exploration Well On Its Highly Prospective Uganda Acreage - Minesite - Jun 9, 2009
www.oilbarrel.com/news/display_news/article/tower-resources-…

"Tower Resources is a small company with large ambitions. It is a pure African exploration play. In the last three years, following its listing on London’s AIM in August 2005, Tower has assembled a high impact portfolio.

Notably, there is acreage in Namibia, where the company retains a 15 per cent interest in three blocks along the Walvis Ridge. It is free carried through exploration by Arcadia Petroleum, a well capitalised commodity trading company. The total unrisked prospective resources from three leads equate to 9.2 billion barrels. With seismic expected to be completed by mid 2009 the company anticipates a first exploration well to be spudded by earliest Q2 2010.

So this is for later as are other projects elsewhere in Africa. The immediate excitement is Uganda, where Tower has just announced its first exploration well has been spudded.

Uganda, having for years been considered barren and a lost cause for explorers became a hydrocarbon hotspot following a number of large discoveries by Heritage Oil and Tullow Oil over the course of 2008 and 2009 in Blocks 1 and 2 onshore north of Lake Albert. A recent discovery, the Giraffe-1, in the Buitaba region of Block 1 appears to link to the earlier Buffalo discovery. Heritage has called it one of the largest recent onshore finds in Africa.

Tower is focusing its efforts in another part of the Uganda rift basin, Block EA5, which is some 80 kms north of where Heritage and Tullow have had their succession of discoveries. This is a completely unexplored block but a regional aeromagnetic survey has identified that block 5 contains one of five identified sedimentary depocentres within the Albertine graben. This been confirmed by extensive good quality gravity surveys and is called the Rhino Camp basin.

Subsequent seismic interpretation and geochemical sampling was completed. It seems the geological analogues extend along block 3 and Block 1 to the north into Block 5. According to the company the block could contain over 225 million barrels of prospective oil resources.

Having completed further tests Tower identified two well locations at a shallow depth. It raised capital through a placing and recently announced it had spudded the Iti-1 exploration well. The well is being drilled to an estimated depth of 650 metres. A second well, Sambia-1 is to come later.


Following the decision of Tower’s original partner Orca Exploration not to pursue the two well drilling programme, Tower secured exclusive exploration rights to the block before farming down an initial 25 per cent to AIM and ASX listed Global Petroleum. Tower is free carried to the tune of US $7.5 million for Iti-1 and Sambia-1. Global could end up with 50 per cent of the project.

Being shallow the first well should reach target depth within two or three weeks, so we should soon know. The point to make perhaps is that Tower does not bear great financial exposure to what could be a very high reward drilling programme. "

Ansonsten gab es zuletzt auch eine ganze Menge anderer Artikel zum Unternehmen.
Autsch...was für ein Flop
So ist das in dem ÖL Exploration Geschäft die Misserfolge überwiegen.:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
Oh Mann was für eine Endtäuschung:cry:


Uganda - Iti-1 Drilling Result


Category: General
Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune") the wholly-owned subsidiary of Tower Resources plc has completed operations on the Iti-1 exploration well in Uganda Licence EA5.

The well, which was drilled to a total depth of 592 meters, did not encounter any producible reservoir sands at the Iti-1 location. Minor hydrocarbon shows were monitored during drilling but evidence of limited quantities of oil in the lowermost target horizon remained ambiguous in the subsequent down-hole well logs and pressure test data. Neither of these observations has any relevance to the commercial viability of this well but may have wider exploration significance. A complete re-evaluation of the well data, combined with all other available technical data, will be undertaken as a priority to determine a more prospective location for a second well. The lack of reservoir at this location could not justify further testing or the immediate move to drill a second well.

Tower's Chairman, Peter Kingston, commented: "The result is very disappointing for everyone involved, not least the people of West Nile. However, this is a very large Licence and there is every chance that far better reservoir sand quality can be found elsewhere in EA5. There is much to learn from this first well which will help with future exploration activities on the Licence."

In accordance with AIM guidelines, Peter Kingston, who is a petroleum reservoir engineer with over 40 years experiencein technical, executive and advisory roles in the oil exploration and production industry, and is Executive Chairman of the Company, is the qualified person that has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this announcement
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.392.333 von Kursbrecher am 15.06.09 11:18:35Autsch...was für ein Flop

:laugh::laugh:

Hier muffelt es eher nach haufenweise Sinnloser verbrannter Kohle

:laugh::laugh::laugh:


:laugh::laugh:
Oh Mann was für eine Endtäuschung
:laugh:
Jetzt würde mich mal Interresieren was auf der HV verabschiedet wurde.





Tower Resources is pleased to announce that at the Annual General Meeting held at One America Square, London EC3N 2SG earlier today, all resolutions put to the meeting were duly passed.
Um ihre 15% Beteiligung in Namibia angehen zu können,müsste Tower wohl wieder eine PP platzieren in einer Größenordnung von sage und schreibe einer Milliarde Stück.:eek: Das wäre wohl die größte PP aller Zeiten.

Sind wir ehrlich...das Projekt können sie nicht in Angriff nehmen und unser Kursbrecher hat hier nur unnötig gepusht.Woanders spielt er den WARNER und hier lockt er jeden in einen aussichtslosen Wert rein.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.460.135 von Kursbrecher am 24.06.09 18:13:48Alles wird Gut
:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.536.061 von Turbofrank am 08.07.09 19:48:51Gooooonnnnnggggggggg es geht in Runde 2...
Na dann wollen wir mal hoffen das dies nicht in einem technischen KO endet.

Tower is pleased to give the following update on activities in Uganda Licence EA5.

A number of specialist external consultants alongside our technical team are contributing to a re-evaluation of Exploration Area 5 following the drilling of the Iti-1 well. This work includes a comprehensive evaluation of the Iti-1 well data; a re-evaluation of all geophysical data; and an update to basin modelling work which is ongoing and is expected to conclude in September. At that time a comprehensive update will be issued to the market which will include details of the future operational programme.

In accordance with AIM guidelines, Peter Kingston, who is a petroleum reservoir engineer with over 40 years experience in technical, executive and advisory rolesin the oil exploration and production industry, and is Executive Chairman of the Company, is the qualified person that has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this announcement.
Share Price Movement

Category: General
Tower notes the recent movement in its share price and can confirm that the Directors are unaware of any reason directly related to Tower's activities for the movement.

As previously announced, a number of specialist external consultants alongside our technical team are contributing to a re-evaluation of Exploration Area 5, in Uganda, following the drilling of the Iti-1 well. This work is ongoing and is expected to conclude in the second half of September. At that time a comprehensive update will be issued to the market.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.835.763 von Kursbrecher am 24.08.09 09:20:340,030 -9,09 %
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Berlin (EUR), 31.08.09 | 08:39


Backe Backe Kuchen der Bäcker hat gerufen:laugh::laugh:
Tja man macht jetzt die nicht so ganz billigen 3D Seismic tests, sprich man will nicht so dämlich sein wie andere und an der Namibischen Küste Sinnlose löcher Bohren. :laugh::laugh::laugh:
Sintez haben sich ja im Quasi Nachbarblock 1711 die Finger verbrannt. :D

Falls man die Nadel im Heuhaufen findet sprich die nicht nur Öl Spuren im Gebiet hat sondern ne Milliarden Öl Pfütze dann sind hier mehrere Tausend Prozent drinnen.

Namibia - Consent to enter the First Renewal Period

Category: General
Tower Resources plc has been advised by Arcadia Expro Namibia (PTY) Ltd ("Arcadia"), that they have received consent from the Minister of Mines and Energy of the Republic of Namibia for Arcadia and Neptune Petroleum (Namibia) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tower, to enter the First Renewal Exploration Period under the terms of the Licence 0010 Production Sharing Agreement "PSA". This is a two year term which expires on August 23rd 2011. The work commitment variation agreed and approved by the Minister is now a 3D seismic programme amounting to no less than 1000 square kilometres rather than the exploration well commitment when the PSA was signed on 23rd August 2005. This variation reflects a clear benefit in gathering and interpreting further seismic data ahead of drilling and the length of time required to process the data.

Arcadia is now actively pursuing a contract with seismic acquisition contractors to acquire more than 1500 sq km of 3D seismic beginning probably late in 2009 and no later than March 2010. The survey is expected to take between two to three months, depending on weather conditions, to complete the programme. Processing and interpretation of the data using AVO interpretation technology are likely to take as long as nine months to complete.

The new 3D seismic data will add to the information provided by the 2007 2D seismic survey and additional purchased data, interpretation of which confirmed the presence of giant structures and a significant probability that these would be oil bearing.

Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources commented:

"Namibia is a very exciting exploration venture and I am pleased that the next stage of activities is now underway. This proposed seismic programme will provide far more detailed structural and reservoir information than we have at present allowing a well location to be selected with greater confidence than could be done with currently available information."
Die 2 D Daten waren ja nicht so aussagefähig. Da muss man Nachbessern ihr stillen Mitleser. :laugh::laugh::laugh:

The Operators view, with which Tower agrees, is that the Alpha, Gamma and Delta structures collectively have the potential to contain up to 10 billion barrels of recoverable reserves.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.935.792 von Kursbrecher am 08.09.09 09:46:38Die seismischen Daten zeigen nicht immer die Realität,das solltest du so langsam wissen.Erkläre mal lieber den stillen Mitlesern,wie Tower finanziell da steht!Wie wollen sie die Bohrung finanzieren,geschweigedenn fördern,wenn ein Fund nachgewiesen werden sollte? :p
Nebenbei,Uganda scheint ein riesen Flop zu sein und das bisschen Kapital,was sie hatten,scheint dabei verbrannt worden zu sein.:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Mann KB,du scheinst auch immer Pech zu haben! :laugh:
Bleib mal Locker....Siehst du immer noch nicht den Unterschied zu Energulf. Hier hat man Öl gefunden und man verliert keine Zeit um dies in große Mengen zu finden. Wo bei Energulf etliche Jahre vergehen wird hier Monate später weitergesucht weils wohl aussichtsreich scheint.:p:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Tower Resources is pleased to announce that it has concluded its detailed evaluation of information from the Iti-1 well. Analyses and interpretations have been carried out by independent experts and specialists using relevant laboratories in the UK. The overall findings of the re-evaluation is that the Iti-1 well found 15-20 metres of clean reservoir sands, with significant potential to contain oil just above basement between 540 and 575 meters. This conclusion would need to be verified by a well test, and given the high cost of re-entering the existing well it is likely that the company will instead drill another well on the Iti structure at a later date. However, the company's first priority, and commitment under its work programme, is to drill a second exploration well, and the company is still considering the best location for this second well in light of the information that the Iti-1 well has provided. The company hopes, subject to Government approval, to drill this second well in early 2010, with a target of February.

The following provides a summary of conclusions drawn to date from the re-assessment.

1. Independent inspections of the rock cuttings material by an expert sedimentologist and specialist laboratory analyses have confirmed the presence of clean reservoir sands, with good porosities and permeabilities, in the interval just above basement between 540 metres and 575 metres ("the basal reservoir"). Net sand thickness is estimated to be 15-20 metres. Basin modelling by the sedimentologist has also indicated that alluvial fans could be present at the Iti-1 location and could be analogous to the basin margin edge discoveries in Block EA2.

2. Detailed inspection of wireline pressure data, after undertaking quality control of the raw data and re-evaluation of wireline logs indicate that the basal reservoir could be oil bearing and is separated from the overlying sediments which are clearly sealing and water bearing.

3. Fluid samples taken by a wireline formation fluid sampler produced what had initially appeared to be samples containing only water. Subsequent inspection of the sample chambers showed oil traces, and small quantities of oil have been extracted from the rock samples. Analyses of these oil samples indicate that oil could be present above and within the basal reservoir although this could be consistent with residual non-producible oil in the formations. Further study is ongoing.

4. Detailed re-examination of seismic data, now calibrated by well data, is helping to better understand EA5 prospectivity and more work is currently underway for this purpose.

Detailed discussions with the Government of Uganda have commenced to jointly agree the significance of these updated results. The immediate work programme will focus on evaluating prospective well locations and planning for drilling a second exploration well early in 2010. A further update will be provided to shareholders once a firm forward programme has been agreed with the Government of Uganda, hopefully in the second half of October. A follow up well on the Iti structure will be considered in due course to confirm a working hydrocarbon system within the structure.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.038.925 von Kursbrecher am 23.09.09 13:34:34Das Ende ist mähhhhhhhhhhhhhh:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Tower Resources Raises £7 Million After Consultants Point To Overlooked Potential In Its Ugandan “Duster” - Oilbarrel - Sep 30, 2009
www.oilbarrel.com/nc/news/display_news/article/tower-resourc…

"Tower Resources has raised £7 million through a placing of 350 million new ordinary shares priced at two pence per share, giving the Africa-focused explorer the financial headroom to fund its second all-important well in Uganda in the event it finds itself bereft of partners willing to take a punt on the prospectivity of its EA5 licence.


Followers of the AIM company will be only too aware that its hopes of emulating Tullow Oil’s string of discoveries in Uganda took something of a battering this summer when the Iti-1 well came in dry, giving its partner in EA5, Australia’s Global Petroleum, the right to pull out of the second commitment well on the licence. Tuesday’s highly dilutive fundraising, which represented 34.7 per cent of the company’s enlarged issued share capital, means Tower now has the resources to drill that second well and fund itself for the next 12 months regardless of Global’s decision.

That decision may now be more positive than shareholders feared back in June when the Iti-1 well was abandoned after it was deemed to have failed to encounter any reservoir sands. But three months is a long time in the oil and gas business and since Iti-1 was P&A in June, Tower has been able to come back to the market with some positive news. Tower hired some independent consultants to re-evaluate the Iti-1 well data and they concluded that the well had encountered between 15 and 20 metres of net reservoir sand with “significant” potential to contain oil. This conclusion would need to be verified by a well test and this is not going to happen in the near-term. It does, however, provide some comfort that the acreage does hold potential oil-bearing reservoirs.

The priority now is to drill the second well on the licence, with the company hoping for a February 2010 spud date. Detailed re-examination of seismic data, now calibrated by well data, is helping its technical team better understand the subsurface rocks. It now seems that the Iti and Sambia structures are not analogous to Tullow’s Buffalo/Giraffe discovery in Block 1, which had been the big pre-drill hope, but there is still scope for thick reservoir sands further to the east. This means the company will take a bit of time to determine the target of its second well.

This should cost about US$7.5 million to drill and while Tower is now in a position to fund this by itself, the AIM firm remains confident it will have a partner for the well. Global Petroleum, which funded most of the cost of the first Ugandan well, is still considering whether it wishes to participate in funding 25 per cent of the second well. As yet there is no indication where Global will participate in the second well but investors may as well cling to the saying that “no news is good news”. In the meantime, Tower plans to enter discussions with other potential third party partners to help defray the costs of drilling and add credibility to its exploration campaign.

“The future now looks much more interesting than it did three months ago,” chairman Peter Kingston said in the interim results statement, which showed a loss of US$264,789 for the first six months of 2009. “Uganda still shows potential for large oil discoveries and a second well early in 2010 has a reasonable chance of success.”

He pointed out that the major infrastructure work to develop the Tullow Oil/Heritage Oil discoveries in Blocks 1 and 2 will significantly reduce the economic threshold for discoveries in EA5. In other words, it’s not the company-making stuff investors once hoped for but nor is it a complete write-off.

There was further encouragement for beleaguered shareholders this week. Three company directors, Peter Taylor, Peter Blakey and Jeremy Asher, participated in the placing, subscribing for 20 million, 17.5 million and 24.1 million placing shares respectively, a combined investment of more than £1.2 million. This kind of personal commitment always reassures investors and could help win further backing for the company’s belief that the EA5 licence still has much to offer (it’s also worth noting that Taylor and Blakey are also directors of Global…)

For many shareholders, of course, the real potential in the Tower portfolio lies in Namibia, where the prospect sizes can be measured in the billions rather than millions of barrels. Kingston this week described the reserves potential here as “massive”. But this is a real jam tomorrow situation, with first drilling not expected until late 2011. For now, the focus remains Uganda where shareholders will be keeping every crossed that the second well on EA5 fares better than the first. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.131.551 von Popeye82 am 07.10.09 14:09:12Was denkst du wirds eine 10000% Aktie oder nicht? Mit viel Bammel bestimmt...:D:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.038.925 von Kursbrecher am 23.09.09 13:34:34"This conclusion would need to be verified by a well test, and given the high cost of re-entering the existing well it is likely that the company will instead drill another well on the Iti structure at a later date. However, the company's first priority, and commitment under its work programme, is to drill a second exploration well, and the company is still considering the best location for this second well in light of the information that the Iti-1 well has provided"


Was soll daran anders sein als bei Energulf,außer das es sich um eine kleine Pfütze handelt und es hier nicht um ca. 14 tcf/g handelt?Keine Mengenangaben,nur die Tiefe Höhe der Schicht des möglichen Fundes und auch eine zweite Bohrung nötig.Bei Tower hast du aber eine ziemlich rosarote Brille auf.Die immense Verwässerung durch die Ausgabe von 350Mio. neuer Aktien scheinen dich hier nicht zu jucken.Aber wehe Energulf gibt 5 Mio. neue Aktien aus,gleich das Geschrei von Abzocke.Um hier weiter machen zu können langt das bei Tower noch nicht mal aus und sie suchen für die kleine Pfütze noch einen dritten Partner. :laugh:

Was ist dann erst mit dem Block in Namibia.Da werden sie wohl gleich 5 Milliarden neuer Aktien auf den Markt schmeißen und ihren Anteil auf unter 3% verringern müssen,um hier noch an einer Bohrung teilnehmen zu können.Der Kurs sagt schon alles aus.Er steht unter dem,wo du Energulf's-Kurs sehen würdest.Ich glaube mittlerweile hat sich Redshoes im Chart verirrt und meinte wohl Tower's Kurs.:laugh:
Tower Resources (AIM:TRP) is pleased to provide an update in respect of its Uganda operations.


The second exploration well location in EA5 has been agreed with the Government of Uganda


Planning is underway to begin drilling by 1st February 2010


Global Petroleum will maintain their interest in the EA5 programme by funding 25% of the well cost


Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune") the wholly-owned subsidiary of Tower Resources plc has agreed with the Government of Uganda the location for the second exploration well in Uganda Licence EA5. The well, which is named Avivi-1, is to be located 3km northwest of Rhino Camp town.


The well has a primary stratigraphic target interval below 665m and a secondary target interval which is immediately above expected basement at a depth of 795m. The higher interval is targeted to encounter high quality fluvial sandstones, similar to those found in the successful wells in Licence EA1, adjacent to EA5, but which were absent in Tower's first exploration well, Iti-1. The deeper prospective interval may have productive alluvial sandstones similar to those encountered in the basal reservoir at Iti-1. Information from the Iti-1 well, sedimentological studies and detailed re-evaluation of seismic data points to the area east of Iti-1, within the hinterland of the existing River Nile, as being most likely to contain a thick sequence of sediments with good quality reservoir development.


Enquiries are now well advanced to acquire a drilling rig to drill Avivi-1 with a planned spud date by 1st February 2010. Activities have begun to prepare an Environmental Impact Assessment for approval by the Ugandan Government.


Tower is also pleased to advise its shareholders that Global Petroleum, which funded most of the cost of Iti-1, has decided to maintain its option to earn a 25% Licence Interest by funding 25% of the cost of Avivi-1. The funding of the well is fully secured and it is not presently intended to introduce additional partners.


Tower's Chairman, Peter Kingston, commenting on the developments, said:


"The results of the Iti-1 well and subsequent evaluation work have greatly improved our understanding of the EA5 basin. Avivi-1 is well placed to have good quality reservoirs and proximity to the most likely source and migration paths. I am also very pleased that Global Petroleum is maintaining their interest by participating in the well."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.135.434 von Kursbrecher am 07.10.09 21:22:54Was denkst du wirds eine 10000% Aktie oder nicht? Mit viel Bammel bestimmt...

Es werden 100000% und mehr...:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Aber bei 0 Umsatz kann das nichts werden:laugh:


Auch hier ist Ende nah.:p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.345.943 von snafur am 09.11.09 10:49:27Wenn die was finden geht der Jolly aber ab...

200&size=tool&till=1257984000&1257895995

700-1000% sollten dann kein Problem sein.:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.361.999 von Kursbrecher am 11.11.09 00:36:14WENN oder FALLS sie etwas finden. Bei der letzten Bohrung haben sie nix gefunden, da ging der Turbo in die andere Richtung.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.362.702 von i5001 am 11.11.09 09:15:03Ich würde nicht drauf Wetten das sie was finden. Die Distanz naja ...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.370.134 von Kursbrecher am 11.11.09 23:41:24"Ich würde nicht drauf Wetten das sie was finden"

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Du widersprichst dir aber.Wer investiert wettet auch drauf,zumal du hier auch noch pushen tust und das mit Misserfolg. :p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.441.862 von Grauewoelfe am 23.11.09 23:07:58Grauewoelfe (gesperrt):laugh::laugh::laugh::p

Haste du wohl zuviel gepöbelt, jetzt kannst du dich ja in Zurückhaltung üben. Tz TZ Tz
Warts ab...:p

Tower Resources plc (AIM:TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune"), has signed a contract with Oil & Gas Exploration Company Cracow Limited (OGEC) for a land rig to drill the Avivi-1 exploration well in Exploration Area 5 ("EA5"), Uganda. Drilling will begin after full EIA approval and consent to drill has been received but Neptune is confident that this can be achieved to meet a 1st February 2010 spud date.

The OGEC IDECO IRI-750 rig, which is in Uganda, has been engaged in a substantial and effective recent drilling programme in Licences EA1 and EA2 which included 15 wells and all were mechanically successful. The crew, therefore, also has considerable experience of drilling in the Albertine Graben of Uganda.

The Avivi-1 well has a primary stratigraphic target interval below 702m and a secondary target interval which is immediately above expected basement at a depth of 833m. The higher interval is targeted to encounter high quality fluvial sandstones, similar to those found in the successful wells in Licence EA1, adjacent to EA5, but which were absent in Tower's first exploration well, Iti-1. The deeper prospective interval may have alluvial sandstones similar to those encountered in the basal reservoir at Iti-1, but of improved quality. It is anticipated that the well will take about two weeks to drill to total depth.

Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower Resources, commented;"The Tower Board is very pleased to have signed the rig contract and to have received the agreement of the Government of Uganda to begin operational activities. We are now moving ahead with well site preparations in anticipation of spud on or about 1st February 2010."

In accordance with AIM guidelines, Peter Kingston, who is a petroleum reservoir engineer with over 40 years experience in technical, executive and advisory roles in the oil exploration and production industry, and is Executive Chairman of the Company, is the qualified person that has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this announcement.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.606.452 von Kursbrecher am 20.12.09 23:16:26Sehr guter Dinge:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Tja die Tower geht bald durch die Decke ...ist aber nicht weiter:D schlimm.:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Nicht vergessen sollte man auch das demnächst was zum Namibia Projekt kommen dürfte. Geplant war Ende des Jahres den Termin für denn ersten Brunnen festzulegen.
Bald müsste Acadia Petrolium http://www.arcpet.co.uk/ die 3D Seismic starten für das Hammer Offshore Projekt 1910A, 1911, 2011A 22,000 km² 5 -10 bnbbl an dem Tower 15% beteiligt ist. Wenn die was finden steht Tower irgendwann 1000% höher als jetzt Und die chancen stehen nicht schlecht nach dem Fund im Kunene Block 1711 :laugh::laugh::laugh:
Man Glaubt es nicht sogar Analysten empfehlen schon Tower

http://www.towerresources.co.uk/uploads/tower130110outlook.p…

Tower is planning a new Albertine exploration well in February 2010 with the potential for a 100mm barrel discovery. A 30mm barrel discovery would, however, be commercial.

The Avivi-1 well planned for February is in an area of deeper and thicker sedimentation than Iti-1 and is on a migration fairway
about 80km north of the large discoveries in Blocks 1 and 2. Results should be known by late February.


Offshore Namibia: A new frontier zone Tower has a 15% stake in three offshore blocks about 200km from the Namibian coast. Seismic studies have revealed four very large sedimentary structures that
could collectively contain approaching 10bn barrels recoverable.
Sintezneftegaz’s Kunene gas discovery in 2009 has stimulated interest in the new Namibian frontier



steht ech viel drin....also marsch marsch lesen bildet:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Category: General

Tower Resources plc (AIM:TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, is pleased to announce it has appointed Westhouse Securities Limited as Joint Broker to the Company with immediate effect.

Astaire Securities continues to act as Joint Broker and Nominated Adviser for Tower.

Da holt sich Tower die FinanzProfis ins Haus....mal sehen was es bringt.:look:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.801.033 von Grauewoelfe am 24.01.10 20:19:28Dann steht wohl Ende Februar fest ob die Bohrung erfolgreich war oder nicht, was die Auswertung dann ergibt steht auf einem anderen Blatt.;)
Tower Resoures updates operations in Uganda and Namibia; Tower Resources is preparing to spud the Avivi-1 well in EA5 in Uganda and reports that the 3D seismic programme in Namibia Licence 0010 is due to begin in March - EP - Jan 28, 2010
www.energy-pedia.com/article.aspx?articleid=138782&editionid…
www.towerresources.co.uk/news/65/15/Operational-Update.html

"Tower Resources, the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, has provided an update of current operations.

In Uganda, Tower's wholly owned subsidiary, Neptune Petroleum (Uganda), has completed the preparation of the Avivi-1 well site and drilling camp in Uganda Exploration Area 5 (EA5) and is awaiting the release of the land rig owned by Oil & Gas Exploration Company Cracow (OGEC) which is currently contracted to Tullow Oil. The rig has finished drilling Tullow Oil plc's successful well at Kasamene-2 but due to operational delays in the completion of the well, the rig is now expected to be released by Tullow on 31 January and will be moved to the Avivi-1 site for anticipated spudding on 12 February. The Avivi-1 well site is 94 km north of Kasamene- 2 but the road route for transporting the rig is 525 km.





The Avivi-1 well follows the drilling of the Iti-1 well in June 2009, which was disappointing. The well developed, high quality fluvial reservoir sands encountered in the shallow discoveries in nearby licences EA1 and northern EA2 were absent in the Iti well, substantially reducing the reserve potential of the prospect. Detailed analysis of the well data after completion of the well did, however, point to the presence of oil in a 35 metre-thick reservoir sand just above basement although production testing would be required to assess productive potential. Although the result of Iti-1 remains ambiguous and is disappointing in the context of clearly discovering commercial hydrocarbons, the presence of oil in the basin and migration potential were confirmed. The results have also led to a much greater understanding of the basin model and distribution of sediments. On the basis of the well result and subsequent data interpretation, the second exploration well, named Avivi-1, has been located 3 kms west of Rhino camp. At this location the prospective interval is below 665 metres and projected basement is at 795 metres. The presence of well developed fluvial sandstone reservoirs is likely and Rhino Camp is where the strongest oil micro seeps were encountered.

Global Petroleum has funded most of the cost of Iti-1, thereby earning an option to take a 25% EA5 Licence Interest, and has decided to maintain that option by funding 25% of the cost of Avivi-1.

In Namibia, the 1,600 sq km 3D seismic programme across the Delta structure in Licence 0010, where Tower has a 15% carried working interest, is now expected to begin in the third week of March 2010. It is still anticipated that processing and interpretation will be complete by the end of 2010. Independent consultants, Oilfield International, are reviewing the Namibia project on behalf of Tower and, to date, have concluded that: 'There is strong evidence that the AVO anomalies on the Maastrichtian Base Tertiary Delta structure (the Delta Lead) are valid direct hydrocarbon indicators consistent with sands containing light hydrocarbons and strongly support the decision to acquire 3D seismic over this structure.' This work, including an independent reserves review, is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2010.





On 20 September 2007 the Minister of Mines and Energy of the Republic of Namibia approved the farmout of an 85% interest in Tower's Licence to Arcadia Petroleum. Comprehensive processing and interpretation of existing 2D seismic in Licence 0010 has confirmed that three giant prospects previously identified (Alpha, Gamma and Delta) are viable exploration targets, having apparent four-way structural closure and strong hydrocarbon indications. The acquisition of the 3D seismic will facilitate the choosing of a well location to test the Delta Prospect. Both Arcadia and Tower believe that the Alpha, Gamma and Delta structures collectively have the potential to contain up to 10 billion barrels of recoverable reserves. There are other less well defined anticlinal structures and several stratigraphic features that could also be viable prospects. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.833.079 von Popeye82 am 28.01.10 17:07:15Wenn die was Wirtschaftlich abbaubares finden dann hat das Warten ein ENDE, möge die Kursreally beginnen.:D
Tja wer nicht dabei ist in Tower Res könnte eine Rakete verpassen. Die Oilgesellschaften werden immer effizienter im Auffinden von Oil. :D Wer weis ob Tower bald was positives berichten wird.:laugh::laugh::laugh:
http://www.heritageoilplc.com/images/maps/Uganda%20Map%2013.…

http://www.africa-confidential.com/uploads/documents/uganda_…


Tullow to begin Ugandan oil production this year
http://www.ogj.com/index/article-display/4910920760/articles…
Uganda - Avivi-1 Exploration Well spud

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Category: General
Tower Resources plc (AIM: TRP) is pleased to confirm that the Avivi-1 exploration well spud at 14.30 hours (GMT) on 13 February 2010.

The well is being drilled to an estimated depth of 853 metres. Operations are expected to take two to three weeks and a further announcement will be made once drill results have been determined.

Was die wollen in 3 Wochen schon die Ergebnisse haben?
Die Auswertung einer Low Risk Bohrung dauert ja dann garnicht mal so lange wie ich erwartet hätte. Wieder was gelernt :D
Auha :( hatte mich für GBP interessiert - war mir nicht bewusst, dass die hier ordentlich finanziert haben, für TPR ist das weitaus schlimmer (aus einem GB-Board):

OOOPPPS Very bad news for TRP this morning hardly a disaster for gbp. Will be looking for reentrypoint later when it settles down
RNS Number : 5783H
Tower Resources PLC
24 February 2010

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Tower Resources plc
("Tower" or the "Company")

Uganda - Avivi-1 Exploration Well Drilling Update

Tower Resources plc (AIM: TRP) wishes to advise that Avivi-1 has reached its
total depth at 764 metres without experiencing oil shows - basement was
penetrated at 742 metres. Electric logging operations are underway and a full
statement will be released once these have been completed.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.000.037 von Andrija am 24.02.10 10:23:27So ist das nicht jeder der Oil sucht wird finden....
Could Namibia Be Ten Times Better Than Brazil for Oil?

Feb 26th, 2010 | By Byron King

I logged 9,814 air miles. Took four different flights. Spent a total of 54 hours traveling. All to meet with a man they call “Mr. GO Deep…”
“Mr. GO Deep” is the go to guy in offshore oil development. Oil companies pay him HUGE consulting fees in hopes to identify the next deep or ultra deep offshore oil deposits.
Yet in my recent trip down to Brazil, “Mr. GO Deep” sat at a table with me — just me — for two solid hours, explaining what he’s doing in the energy world. And why, while offshore Brazilian oil is good, there’s another deep sea play with even better oil prospects. Then he handed me off to several of his able staff, who were equally generous with their time and perspective. A first-class act, in every respect.
Here’s what I’ve found, along with a few ideas of how you can take advantage of the secrets he shared…

Meet “Mr. GO Deep” – The GO TO Man in Deep Oil Discoveries

The man I’m talking about is Marcio Mello — the always-ebullient Brazilian geochemist and CEO of Brazil’s HRT Petroleum Co. I first met Marcio back at last year’s American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) convention. He wowed the crowd with a discussion of the oil potential of the South Atlantic.
“The Namibian offshore is analogous to that of Brazil,” Marcio stated, with slides and hard data to back it up. Then he showed his proprietary research into natural offshore oil seeps off Namibia, and the geochemistry that demonstrates immense hydrocarbon potential. As for the reservoirs, he showed a slide of proprietary seismic data. “And look at this turbidite stuff,” he yelled, as a couple hundred seasoned geologists in the room both gasped and chuckled.
Indeed, Namibia is destined for oil riches. “But Namibia,” said Marcio, “is way underexplored. So you can put down a little money for the concessions and get very rich.”
Any mention of “very rich” makes my ears perk up. When I questioned Marcio further about the offshore Namibia deposits, he was gracious enough to invite me down to see his facilities in Brazil.

Here’s What I Found About Namibia…

I looked at seismic. I saw geochemistry. I saw satellite data. I saw gravity and magnetic maps. If there’s a frontier spot on earth where you can say that drilling risk is low for wildcat development, it’s offshore Namibia. (You just have to be sure to drill in the right place.)
Nothing is easy, of course. There aren’t a lot of wells offshore Namibia. Just a handful. But we know there’s a giant natural gas field at Kudu in the south, immediately north of the Namibian territorial line with South Africa. So there’s a hydrocarbon system out there. Now we know there’s gas, so where’s the rest of it? As Marcio says, “If I see a little baby, I look for its mama.”
After a week in Brazil, I can say something significant. It’s that right now, some people (guess who) know more about the deep regions offshore Namibia than Petrobras knew about the deep Campos Basin off Brazil before it drilled the Tupi discovery and found 12 billion barrels of oil.
The Secret Finding Namibia’s Oil

To understand what Marcio brings to the table – and his secret for finding deep oil plays — you first have to understand how big oil companies think about exploration…
There are a couple of different exploration philosophies among big oil companies. One philosophy is that the oil company gains an offshore concession and works the heck out of that concession. It puts big bucks into seismic, seismic and more seismic. Then it drills the biggest structure on the concession and MAYBE finds oil.
Or maybe not. Maybe the oil company drills a dry hole, because there’s a big structure with no oil. There are all sorts of geological reasons why this might happen. The bottom line is, “You have a wine bottle, but there’s no wine in it,” as Marcio says.
Another exploration philosophy is that an oil company gains an offshore concession and looks across the entire region for evidence of a petroleum system. Where did the oil and gas originate? Where’s the “oil kitchen”? What are the migration pathways? Where could that oil be now? After a lot of work at the REGIONAL level, then the company hones in on its concession and drills — and it’s not necessarily the big structure. Maybe it drills lower down, like in the oil kitchen.
I’m telling you things that people have spent BILLIONS of dollars learning the hard way. This is information that took Petrobras years to develop. Marcio had an uphill fight at Petrobras for a long time, working to replace “turbidite” thinking (a prolific kind of oil-bearing formation) with “petroleum systems” thinking.
Today, this “petroleum systems approach” is the kind of thinking that Marcio brings to the table.

Why Namibia’s Oil Is Even More Promising Than Brazil’s

If you’re a long time Whiskey reader, you already know I’m very bullish on Brazilian oil opportunities. But there are some things that make the Namibian oil plays even better. Allow me to explain…
Brazil is about to pass a set of new petroleum laws that will put its entire pre-salt region under the jurisdiction of a new national oil company (NOC), meaning NOT Petrobras, which is publicly owned. Future pre-salt deals will be along the lines of production sharing arrangements (PSAs) with the NOC, which private oil companies HATE because they can’t book the reserves and impress Wall Street.
There are all sorts of issues about how much interest Petrobras will get in future Brazil offshore concessions (30% is the current number). And how Petrobras will be the operator, on behalf of the NOC, of all future pre-salt plays off Brazil. It’s going to be complicated, if not hairy!
The bottom line is that if an international oil company wants to look for big oil fields, like pre-salt plays and find and book those huge volumes of oil, it has to go somewhere else.
Where else? Why… Namibia, of course! Offshore Namibia, you can get 10 times the acreage for 1/10th the price. For now..
There are many ways for you to take advantage of this discovery. First, if you’re looking for a home run opportunity, try searching some of the smaller oil companies with concessions in Namibia. You’ll want to look mainly at ones that are pure plays, though. A second, less exciting but safer way to play it would be to look at some of the big oil service companies that provide the drill bits, rigs, and hardware for general deep sea oil discoveries.

Quelle: http://whiskeyandgunpowder.com/could-namibia-be-ten-times-be…
Das war wohl nix...

Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited ("Neptune"), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Tower Resources plc, has completed operations on the Avivi-1 exploration well in Uganda Licence EA5. The well was plugged and abandoned and the rig released at 6am on 27th February.

The well, which was drilled to a total depth of 764 metres, did not encounter oil, despite persistent methane gas traces, and tested water from the target reservoir interval using a wireline fluid sampler. Electric logging confirmed the absence of oil and gas. Although the well failed to encounter hydrocarbons, valuable and encouraging information was gained, which, together with the information from Iti-1, will allow a much greater understanding of the Licence. Within the next few weeks, the Tower Board will consider whether it intends to apply to continue into the Third (and final) Exploration Period of two years. When that decision has been made, a more complete account of the programme to date will be given.

Tower's Chairman, Peter Kingston, commented: "A second dry hole in EA5 is disappointing. However, this is a very large Licence and the failure to encounter commercial oil or gas reserves with the first two wells does not necessarily diminish the License's prospectivity. As soon as the analysis of the information we have gained has been completed, and a decision has been made regarding the Third Exploration Period, we will provide a fuller statement on the Avivi-1 well results."

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.067.389 von Kursbrecher am 05.03.10 11:34:14hi leute...ist noch jemand dabei. ist ruhig hier....

ich bin heute in tower eingestiegen bei 1.60 gbx bzw. 0.016 gbp...und bereits 20% im minus wenn man den bid kurs von 1.30 nimmt;-( hehee

wie seht ihr die chance bei tower? die sind auf einem sehr tiefen niveau, da kann es ja nur besser werden. wichtig ist, dass tower einen partner findet und die projekte in namibia bzw. arcadia beginnt zu explorieren.

der kursrutsch von 68% war doch zu übertrieben, nicht?

hat von euch jemand tiefe einstände von 1.00 gbx..? gratuliere...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.437.144 von commodityleviathan am 30.04.10 21:52:54das ist aber Mutig....

Wenn die was aus dem Hut Zaubern, dann wäre selbst ich überrascht.

Wenn es mich nicht täuscht habe ich auch noch ein Paar Nostalgie Tower shares im Depot.

Das Helle Licht am Ende des Tunnel sehe ich noch nicht:look:.

Aber man weiss ja nie 100% wie die Sache aus geht....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.447.094 von Kursbrecher am 03.05.10 18:53:26mutig?

ja klar ist es risikoreich. aber chariot oil&gas ist mir schon zu fett abgegangen. und circle oil zu konservativ. da bleibt nur noch energulf oder tower. energulf hat das management auch nie überzeugen können.

jetzt aber mal zu tower. was findet ihr denn wieso tower so schlecht dasteht? ich finde die sollen sich soderso eher auf die projekte in namibia konzentrieren wo sie einen anteil von 15% haben. arcadia wird dort sicher bald bohrungen beginnen und das seismische programm beginnt im mai in namibia.

also kann ja nur besser werden, kurspotenzial sehe ich nicht extrem viel nach unten. bei 1 ist starker widertand.

also leute, sieht doch gar nicht so scheisse aus hier???
!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.447.761 von commodityleviathan am 03.05.10 20:31:32Mal wieder ein Press release;)


Final Results for the Twelve Months Ended 31st December 200926 May 10
Tower Resources plc (“Tower” or “the Company”), the AIM-listed oil and gas exploration company, today announces its final results for the year ended 31 December 2009.

Highlights:

Uganda

Prospectivity of EA5 has been enhanced after full evaluation of two wells drilled to date
Generation and migration of oil has been confirmed
Programme of geophysical operations approved for the next twelve months

Namibia

3-D seismic survey due to begin shortly
Huge potential confirmed by seismic interpretation carried out in 2009
Independent Technical Review to be completed soon
Commenting on the results, Peter Kingston, Executive Chairman of Tower said:

“The results of the two Uganda wells, although not establishing a commercial oil accumulation, have given greatly increased insights into the potential of the EA5 Licence. Near mature oil, very similar to oil encountered in all other areas of the Albertine Graben, has now been encountered in widespread surface samples and both wells. A significant interval of potential source rock has been encountered in Avivi-1. Combined pressure data from the two wells has increased the likelihood that Iti-1 contains an oil accumulation in low quality reservoir sands. Progress in Namibia is slower than expected but huge potential has been confirmed. The Tower Board remains very upbeat about the prospects for the Company.”
0,029 +61,11 %:look:
+0,0110

Ohaa sie könnte den Abwärtstrend verlassen....bin mal gespannt, zumal ich noch ein Paar shares habe obwohl ich diese schon abgeschrieben hatte.




Namibia Update and Competent Persons Report08 Jul 10
Tower Resources plc (AIM:TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Uganda and Namibia, is pleased to provide a brief update of its current operations in Namibia and the outcome of a detailed technical and economic evaluation of the 0010 Licence. Tower has a 15% working interest in the Licence and is fully carried financially by Arcadia Petroleum Limited (“Arcadia”) through the current 3-D seismic survey and an initial exploration well.


The Tower Board is pleased to announce that the 3-D seismic survey being undertaken by the “Geowave Master” produced its first seismic recordings on Friday 2nd July in fair weather conditions. It is still expected that processing and interpretation can be completed early in 2011.


The Board is also pleased to issue a letter from Oilfield International (“OIL”) (attached and on the Tower Resources plc website) summarising the principal conclusions from their Competent Persons Report (“CPR”) which independently appraises the resource potential and Expected Monetary Value (“EMV”) of Tower’s 15% interest in Licence 0010. The conclusions set out in the CPR and the CPR letter are summarised below.


OIL have estimated that the net risked prospective resources attributable to Tower’s 15% working interest of Namibia Licence 0010 is 170 million barrels of oil equivalent, having an EMV of US$ 696 million (UK£ 0.45/share)

usw.

http://www.towerresources.co.uk/TowerResources-OilandGasExpl…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.793.856 von Peratron am 08.07.10 15:52:05Oh Schrock, da kommt ja wieder richtig Wind in die Segel. :laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.794.544 von Kursbrecher am 08.07.10 17:04:07Das ist ja allerliebst.:laugh::laugh::laugh:

WKN: A0DQ16
ISIN: GB00B05KQ069
Symbol: ULF 0,048 +45,45 %
+0,0150
Meiner einer ist echt gespannt wie es hier weiter geht.
Die Paar wiederstände knackt sich auch noch.

pssst. aber niemanden weiter sagen

2011 könnten schon die Bohrer vor der Nmibischen Küste drehen. mal sehen:D

:eek:http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201007080700110…:eek:




Offshore Blocks covered by Licence 1910A, 1911, 2011A

Keine 250km im Kunene-1 well nord ost von Nmibian Basin fand man 14 TCF "dry gas"

Dies ist freilich ein Ansporn die Arbeiten agressiv voranzutreiben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.949.879 von Peratron am 09.08.10 09:46:05Könnte ein Ausbruch bald geben.:look:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.200.712 von Kursbrecher am 23.09.10 19:17:15Was für Glocken werden da denn noch kurz vor Jahresende geläutet???

400.000:confused: Boaar das ist Mutig


Frankfurt
ULF / EUR 0,049
400.000 -0,0060
-10,91 11:26:52
28.12.10 0,043
0,051 0,055
0,050 0,050
0,049 400.000
19.600
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.079.956 von Kursbrecher am 21.02.11 20:57:00die 8 gbx wurden gegknackt...

DIE AIM aktien geben richtig vollgas...

Range Resources
Dominion
VOG
RKH
Bowleven
Desire


Tower soderso.....wenn wir die 10 gbx bald knacken könnten wär was.
Die Market Cap von Tower ist immer noch realtiv tief zu den Peers.
Five Oil & Gas Stocks to Watch: Aminex, San Leon Energy, Ascent Resources, Range Resources & Tower Resources

Thursday, Apr 21 2011 by Elias Jones

http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/five-oil-gas-stocks-to-…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.405.971 von franz991 am 23.04.11 11:12:21Gibt es einen Grund oder eine Meldung für diesen Anstieg heute?
Ich hoffe wir haben einen langsamen und konstanten Anstieg die nächsten
Wochen und Monate.

Gruss
seanpaul
Ziemlich ruhig geworden hier, aber die Aktie lebt ja noch. Weiss jemand wie es in Sachen Namibia mit Arcadia weitergeht? Wollte Arcadia nicht in diesem Jahr eine Explorationsbohrung durchfuehren?
Die Zeit wird wieder kommen Explorer zu kaufen, doch jetzt würde ich erst mal die Füsse still halten.
Also ich meine wenn sie noch einen cent runter geht kann mal wieder 500Euro rein stecken und liegen lassen bis wieder ordentlich Bewegung kommt. Devise: AM All time Low zuschlagen ohne ein schlechtes gewissen haben zu müssen.


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