It's sad and glad as was to be expected. The JV chasing oily ducks is a skunk job thus far. Thanks to lower costs they had operating cash flow and production guidance for Q2 is positive 5-7%. I think I'm most disappointed in the JV and our tainted LA technical team.
Been out a long time, but back in today for $2.30 with hopes for a good conference call. It seems like the new Etame 12-H production gets them most of the way to their 2015 guidance. Is Guidry sandbagging, or what?
You'll miss the impact of the positive mention from Barron's this past weekend in their Big Money Poll. Get back in, assuming the poll respondents are right, of course.
Samuels came to TPLM from Palo Alto Investors, a hedge fund, but don't let the truth, as detailed on the TPLM website, get in the way of your, "All the TPLM management are Ex- Goldman Sachs" contention, pinocchio.
GS does not cover TPLM, pinocchio. The TPLM website clearly states who provides analyst coverage and where senior management came from.
Very thorough conference call with reasonable expectations for revenues and cost reductions. The Street obviously likes the approach Tony and William present. International is the obvious cushion.
I noticed stock added to the ASK yesterday while the company was presenting as if shorts were protecting against an up reaction. This morning, the stock is trying to edge higher.
How long will it be before Conway reports to the secured lenders that Andy and Thom are no longer needed operationally, that it, Conway, can run the show and that some sort of debtor in possession is the preferred route for the debtors?
We've had a nice little run on short covering but now Allison is faced with perhaps contradicting the last conference call where he announced the strategy shift to NG in the Haynesville.. What are we going to be, oily or gassy?
The short interest at March 31 increased 12% over the March 13 report to 3.816M shares. That's nice to see. The price rise began about March 31, so the next report will be more indicative of short interest response.
The "boom" is in the share price today. Will it survive this short covering and stabilize at 12 or keep the gain and continue the move?
Production in 2014 was less than expected. There is no drilling going on at present due to low prices. The accountant has included a "going concern" warning, as would be expected. You'd have to have boots on the ground in Midland to buy this stock or perhaps even own it. I hope Jason makes it, but odds seem long against it with what can be discerned from the outside.