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loual49 846 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 7, 2012 11:05 AM Member since: Feb 19, 1999
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  • I've been in the game over 40 years whith a list of losers and mistakes
    that is very long.
    If a stocks performence is "hurting you" consider some action.
    Don't let a "bummer" hurt more than your wallet.
    Best of health
    Lou

  • HOUSTON, TEXAS--(Marketwire - July 6, 2012) - Cub Energy Inc. ("Cub", or the "Company") (KUB.V), announces commencement of the Makeevskoye-20 ("M-20") well. The well is operated by KUB-Gas LLC ("KUB-Gas"), a subsidiary in which Cub has a 30% ownership interest.

  • Reply to

    NY Times Reviews the Coda

    by Jimrob6596 Jun 30, 2012 6:25 PM
    loual49 loual49 Jul 2, 2012 9:27 AM Flag

    NUCHEE
    @ 45 too old !!!
    When you are in you 70's you'll realize how wrong that is.
    Live as much as you can NOW. GL

  • loual49 by loual49 Jun 30, 2012 2:38 PM Flag

    Today NY Times a write up about CODA.
    Not too good.
    It says at high speed it whines.
    Does not mention UQM
    You may have to sign to read Times They have a free trail.
    FYI
    Lou

  • KUB.V CUB Energy Inc.: M-21 Well Tests 3 MMcf/d, 4 Potential Zones Identified In NM-1 Well & Activity Update Marketwire
    New to Ukraine. Big gas field

  • KUB.V CUB Energy Inc.: M-21 Well Tests 3 MMcf/d, 4 Potential Zones Identified In NM-1 Well & Activity Update Marketwire

  • loual49 by loual49 Jun 20, 2012 9:54 AM Flag

    KUB.V CUB Energy Inc.: M-21 Well Tests 3 MMcf/d, 4 Potential Zones Identified In NM-1 Well & Activity Update Marketwire

  • loual49 by loual49 Jun 12, 2012 12:39 PM Flag

    Seems not to have any effect ?

  • Reply to

    If you got em

    by tfrd2233 Jun 4, 2012 11:22 AM
    loual49 loual49 Jun 4, 2012 11:49 AM Flag

    they reported crummy eadrings

  • Reply to

    Got me sum on the drop to .87.!!!

    by rolnbatdaddy Jun 4, 2012 9:49 AM
    loual49 loual49 Jun 4, 2012 10:27 AM Flag

    Do you think anybody cares?

  • Cub Energy Inc. Announces Q1 2012 Financial and Operating Results
    HOUSTON, TEXAS--(Marketwire - May 30, 2012) - CUB Energy Inc. ("CUB", or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:KUB), announces its financial and operating results for its third fiscal quarter ended 31 March 2012. The Company saw record quarterly production and operating cash flow with strong netbacks of $8.79 per Mcf. Additionally, CUB completed its previously announced reverse take-over transaction with Gastek LLC. The Company's production and revenue is derived from nine licenses in Ukraine. Five licenses in Eastern Ukraine are owned and operated by KUB-Gas LLC ("KUB-Gas"), a subsidiary in which CUB has a 30% effective ownership interest, and four licenses are in Western Ukraine in which CUB has a 100% ownership interest. All dollar amounts are expressed in United States currency.

    Q1 HIGHLIGHTS

    Financial

    •Gross revenue from hydrocarbon sales by KUB-Gas increased more than 350% vs Q1'11 to $21.8 million (2011: $4.8 million) of which CUB's 30% share would amount to $6.5 million (2011: $1.4 million);
    •Income from equity investment of $1.9 million (2011 - $541k). An increase of over 250%;
    •Average natural gas netback of $8.79 per Mcf;
    •In Q1 2012, CUB's earnings before income taxes amounted to $2,191 (2011 - ($414) ).
    Operational

    Eastern Ukraine - Cub Energy through equity investment in KUB-Gas

    •Company interest production reached approximately 6.5 million cubic feet per day ("MMcf/d") at the end of the period;
    •The Olgovskoye License was successfully converted from a five-year exploration license to a 20 year production license;
    •Olgovskoye-12 well was tied-in for commercial production -producing natural gas at a net 30% rate of more than 1.38 MMcf/d;
    •Oglovskoye-6 well was tied-in for commercial production -producing natural gas at a net 30% rate of more than 0.45 MMcf/d;
    •Oglovskoye-8 and 18 wells were tied-in for commercial production -each producing at a net 30% rate of more than 0.30 MMcf/d;
    •Makeevskoye-21 well cased to total depth ("TD") in March with two potential gas-bearing zones identified and ready for testing;
    •Acquisition of 220 km2 of 3D seismic on the North Makeevskoye ("NM") field;
    •The Makeevskoye ("M") License was successfully converted from a five-year exploration license to a 20-year production license.

  • Reply to

    CHINA STARTS WORLD’S BIGGEST TRANSMISSION

    by loual49 May 21, 2012 10:44 AM
    loual49 loual49 May 25, 2012 4:19 PM Flag

    Considering that my average price per share is about $3 don't expect any good answers from me.
    Right now my "hot stock" is Cub Energy
    KUB on the Canada exchange (TMX).If that works out it will be great, if not at this age I'm not too concerned.

  • Reply to

    FXEN wells and production 2012-2013

    by Arktic May 24, 2012 12:54 AM
    loual49 loual49 May 24, 2012 2:14 PM Flag

    Very very good report.
    I hope you make a ton of money with this.
    I'm not liquid now but will follow and maybe
    transfer assets as the
    situation dictates. Thank you Lou

  • Reply to

    CHINA STARTS WORLD’S BIGGEST TRANSMISSION

    by loual49 May 21, 2012 10:44 AM
    loual49 loual49 May 23, 2012 12:51 PM Flag

    China law now requires use of energy efficent
    xformers and other things.
    This should help a lot.
    I HOPE

  • “Construction of an ultra-high voltage power transmission line designed with the world's largest capacity [has begun] in China's far western Xinjiang region…The 800 kv ultra-high voltage direct current (UHVDC) transmission line connects the energy base of Hami prefecture in eastern Xinjiang with the central city of Zhengzhou, according to the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), the project contractor
    The 2,210-km-long line goes through the vast region of Xinjiang, Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, and Henan. It costs 23.39 billion yuan ($3.7 billion), and is designed to have a transmission capacity of 8 million kW upon completion in 2014, setting u new world record…[It] will transmit 37 billion kWh on average annually

  • Reply to

    What is this stock doing next?

    by ja17124 May 14, 2012 7:59 AM
    loual49 loual49 May 15, 2012 3:53 PM Flag

    I never buy penney stocks. I only sell them.

  • Reply to

    More inside buying

    by redshoe77 May 2, 2012 1:11 PM
    loual49 loual49 May 4, 2012 11:39 AM Flag

    Compare amount invested to annual income. Then compare your own.
    What do you think?

  • Reply to

    .6 bid and .72 asked????

    by billwilson1804 Apr 13, 2012 10:34 AM
    loual49 loual49 Apr 27, 2012 2:37 PM Flag

    If anyone thinks the govt. or SEC cares about regular people
    you are very mistaken.

  • loual49 by loual49 Apr 18, 2012 1:02 PM Flag

    Twitter LinkedIn April 11th, 2012 4:05pm Posted In: Shale Gas , Technology, Natural Gas, News By Country, Hydraulic Fracturing, Ukraine, Romania inShare.Email Print Readies Itself for Ukrainian Fracking

    Drilling operations on the Karlavskoye field (Source: TRANSEURO ENERGY)
    TRANSEURO ENERGY Corp has announced that it has completed preparations on schedule to begin fracking operations on the Karlavskoye field in Ukraine.

    The company estimates that hydraulic fracture activity will begin early next month once the necessary chemicals and equipment has been brought to Ukraine from Romania. The well will be located on the Karlavskoye field, a field with estimated resources of 472 billion cubic feet.

    Eight packers and five "FracPorts" have been installed across five intervals, the company says, the C12, C13, C14, C15 and C16 intervals. These intervals run from 3,100-3,500 metres in depth.

    Three and a half inch tubing has been run, Transeuro says, and the Christmas tree re-installed in preparation for the arrival of the frack pumps and associated equipment. No further down hole intervention is required before the company begins pumping operations, it said.

    Earlier testing, undertaken in 2011, has shown a stable flow rate of 16,000 cubic metres a day from the intervals.

    The company says it intends to "create individual 'propped' fractures" in each of the five intervals,. 1,000 cubic metres of water and 300 tonnes of synthetic proppant will be used across the intervals.

    Transeuro will now dismantle the rig to ready it to be moved to the Povorotnoye field in East Crimea, Ukraine. The company will begin drilling of its first well on that field following a recent farm out of the asset. Transeuro completed this farm out in February, granting Honoratus Investments, a wholly owned subsidiary of Golden State Resources, an 85 per cent stake in the field.

    Through the terms of this farm out agreement, Honoratus will pay Transeuro $500,000 once the first well is spudded, in addition to $500,000 already paid on completion of the deal. This well is expected to be spudded by the end of June. Another $500,000 will be paid once production begins on the well

  • loual49 by loual49 Apr 18, 2012 1:00 PM Flag

    Twitter LinkedIn April 11th, 2012 4:05pm Posted In: Shale Gas , Technology, Natural Gas, News By Country, Hydraulic Fracturing, Ukraine, Romania inShare.Email Print Readies Itself for Ukrainian Fracking

    Drilling operations on the Karlavskoye field (Source: TRANSEURO ENERGY)
    TRANSEURO ENERGY Corp has announced that it has completed preparations on schedule to begin fracking operations on the Karlavskoye field in Ukraine.

    The company estimates that hydraulic fracture activity will begin early next month once the necessary chemicals and equipment has been brought to Ukraine from Romania. The well will be located on the Karlavskoye field, a field with estimated resources of 472 billion cubic feet.

    Eight packers and five "FracPorts" have been installed across five intervals, the company says, the C12, C13, C14, C15 and C16 intervals. These intervals run from 3,100-3,500 metres in depth.

    Three and a half inch tubing has been run, Transeuro says, and the Christmas tree re-installed in preparation for the arrival of the frack pumps and associated equipment. No further down hole intervention is required before the company begins pumping operations, it said.

    Earlier testing, undertaken in 2011, has shown a stable flow rate of 16,000 cubic metres a day from the intervals.

    The company says it intends to "create individual 'propped' fractures" in each of the five intervals,. 1,000 cubic metres of water and 300 tonnes of synthetic proppant will be used across the intervals.

    Transeuro will now dismantle the rig to ready it to be moved to the Povorotnoye field in East Crimea, Ukraine. The company will begin drilling of its first well on that field following a recent farm out of the asset. Transeuro completed this farm out in February, granting Honoratus Investments, a wholly owned subsidiary of Golden State Resources, an 85 per cent stake in the field.

    Through the terms of this farm out agreement, Honoratus will pay Transeuro $500,000 once the first well is spudded, in addition to $500,000 already paid on completion of the deal. This well is expected to be spudded by the end of June. Another $500,000 will be paid once production begins on the well

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