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  • trimconnect trimconnect Nov 25, 2013 8:56 AM Flag

    NTI news !

     

    Can anyone suggest a message board where they talk about NTI (Most of the time?????)

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    • investorshub - fewer posts than this Yahoo board but much more relevant and useful.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • There is another board Investors Village. Discussion following can be limited for some securities though. I do not know if Google Groups is still active or not. Both of those use/used board monitors, so a pathetic sick vermin like walrat could not exist.

      Us actual stockholders of Yahoo have been for the last four years pushing our company [at shareholder meetings] to take monitor control over our investment. So far it has only resulted with the message board revisions instead of enforcement.

    • Oil related hope okay. ALJ trading $13.00, was as low as under $10.00 bit ago. They hold 50 Mil shares of ALDW trading $15.00. ALJ has four refinery operations. Both marginal profit makers. Why would ALDW be a better value than ALJ?

    • My target is 28. Here's a thought pal. Write some posts about Nti.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • I like the short side between 25-26. At this point for a single refiner, highly over rated.

    • krispy56@sbcglobal.net krispy56 Nov 25, 2013 9:52 AM Flag

      I think NTI will be going up.The spread is widening between WTI and Brent.

      • 2 Replies to krispy56
      • And, .... Bakken crude fell in the last few months....that & Canadian is what they use.

        Here is some price detail direct from North Dakota:

        Aug Sweet Crude Price = $93.97/barrel
        Sep Sweet Crude Price = $92.96/barrel
        Oct Sweet Crude Price = $85.16/barrel
        Today Sweet Crude Price = $71.25/barrel (all-time high was $136.29 7/3/2008)

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        11/15/2013
        Director’s Cut
        Lynn Helms
        NDIC Department of Mineral Resources
        Aug Oil 28,246,774 barrels = 911,186 barrels/day
        Sep Oil 27,958,190 barrels = 931,940 barrels/day (preliminary)(NEW all-time high)

        867,123 barrels per day or 93% from Bakken and Three forks
        64,817 barrels per day or 7% from legacy conventional pools
        Aug Gas 31,246,547 MCF = 1,007,953 MCF/day
        Sep Gas 31,811,414 MCF = 1,060,380 MCF/day (preliminary)(NEW all-time high)
        Aug Producing Wells = 9,475
        Sep Producing Wells = 9,682 (preliminary)(NEW all-time high)

        5,889 or 61% are now Bakken – Three forks wells
        3,793 wells 0r 39% produce from legacy conventional pools
        Aug Permitting: 276 drilling and 0 seismic
        Sep Permitting: 287 drilling and 2 seismic
        Oct Permitting: 267 drilling and 5 seismic (all time high was 370 in 10/2012)

        Aug Sweet Crude Price = $93.97/barrel
        Sep Sweet Crude Price = $92.96/barrel
        Oct Sweet Crude Price = $85.16/barrel
        Today Sweet Crude Price = $71.25/barrel (all-time high was $136.29 7/3/2008)

        Aug rig count 183
        Sep rig count 183
        Oct rig count 183
        Today’s rig count is 185 (all-time high was 218 on 5/29/2012)
        Operators have indicated plans to add 5-10 rigs by year end

        Comments:
        The drilling rig count was unchanged from Aug to Sep and the number of well completions rose sharply from 153 to 207, resulting in a 2% increase in oil production. However, drilling crews drilled approximately 1.5 wells for every well that completion crews put on production. Industry reports that this is a result of batch processing on multi-well pads. Days from spud to initial production remained steady at just over 100....."etc.

      • Yes, however unlike last time when WTI-Brent spread was this high, LLS is now tracking WTI rather than Brent like it used to. WTI-LLS is now a minimal spread whereas when we had this WTI-Brent spread 6 months or so ago the WTI-LLS spread was about as wide.

        As an approximate indicator of refinery margins, WTI-LLS may be a better rough indicator than Brent-WTI, in which case margins may not be much better now than in Q3.

 
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