They own a daily average of 8500 barrels of liquid coming out of the ground per day is my math so what am i missing 100 % to the texas wells and i went low with the bakken # gave them 50 % they were at 4200 of liquids to start the year i guess my simple mind and simple math or your the fiz of your dr pepper has affected your thought process.. As far as blowing the roof off nah they manage it well right where they are and keep it low on the estimate but in reality are ahead of the game
any body can write for sa or yahoo .... no real merit to anything there a persons dd is what makes it work
did you see some of the yahoo writers with pics of them in the parents basement with madonna pcis on the wall
than 6000 per day whats the working interest in the bakken they have approx .14000 bpoed of production and texas is the rest at 100% interest .... come on cold snap
Sentiment: Strong Buy
oil bounces on a cold snap .....and energy demand goes up...end of the month maybe
good call took some big big balls to make the buy though liking pt as an alternative
The only thin you will get your hands on this weekend is some polish sausage at the wrigley field mens room
I thought they got rid of bath crystals i guess your still hallucinating from last year
AT THIS PRICE 3.45 IT SHOULD FINALLY HIT TEH 5 BUCK MARK IN 2015 IF IT ALL PANS OUT
CEO Michel Combes also talked about how he expects carrier spending to shift more towards the core of the network (IP and optical transport) in 2015, and is predicting a significant increase in revenues for that part of Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU)'s business.
With regards to the IPO, the vendor has not revealed details of how much it hopes to raise or what size of stake it hopes to float in Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN), which makes subsea communications cables and then deploys and manages them using its own fleet of cable-laying ships. But CEO Michel Combes was quick to state on today's earnings webcast that AlcaLu will retain a majority stake in the business, and that the planned IPO is not a step towards offloading the business. "This is a strategic decision, not an alternative plan. [ASN] is part of the group -- we want to grow it," stated the CEO, who added that ASN was picking up momentum following a grim 2013.
AlcaLu sees real potential for new business for ASN in the oil and gas sector, where ASN has already won a deal in Australia, though it hasn't stated what the size of the market opportunity might be. (See Alcatel-Lucent, Australia's Nextgen Team on Subsea Project.)
he is just helping out the stock price keeping it from going down any further