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Und ich dachte schon die minus 30% wären grausam gewesen. Geht immer noch schlimmer, heute minus 70%.
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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...
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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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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 €
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?
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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%.
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