ah, a more relaxed sarcastic micro bashing
well played...but you are probably better off just switching handles and starting fresh
karako is burned, you've been made
When oil starts roaring back and the official Mancos numbers having been released we'll gets lots of attention
the value will be ever so clear
don't worry about that
track volume instead
once we start breaking past 1million shares per day, you'll know the party has started
There is money to be made in this stock too
the run is pulling back and is sure to move up again
yeah sure buddy, ha ha ha
the heat is on friend
everyone here is on to you
I have little doubt that the experienced team at dejour would hit the ground running into an oil rally, they know the territory.
we are very close
Given the prognosis for NG and what the shll CEO said today about oil rising, we could be over $2.50 per share by this time next year
just imagine that, wow
Shell CEO sees first signs of oil price recovery
4 hours ago
Ben van Beurden, chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell, speaks during the 26th World Gas Conference in Paris, France, June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil markets are beginning to recover but the scale of global oversupply means prices may rise only slowly, the chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.L) said on Tuesday.
"I see the first mixed signs for recovery of oil prices," Ben van Beurden told an oil industry conference in London.
"But with U.S. shale oil being more resilient than we originally thought and a lot of oil still in stock, it will take some more time to rebalance demand and supply," he added.
Oil prices have collapsed over the last year in the face of heavy oversupply, with benchmark Brent crude (LCOc1) falling to below $50 a barrel from a high above $115 in June 2014.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries led by Saudi Arabia has increased production in an attempt to build market share, leaving some other producers, including shale companies in North America, operating below break-even costs.
Van Beurden said many U.S. oil producers would struggle to refinance while prices remained so low, leading to lower output in the future: "Producers are now looking for new cash to survive and they will probably struggle to get it."
Longer-term, there was a risk that low levels of global production could bring a spike in oil prices, he said.
If prices remaine
you ok buddy? breathe...you don't want to use all your talking points in one post, ha ha ha, you gonna blow your cover
and wear out you keyboard
Holy #$%$, We are gonna make so much money
what is the source?
Suncor Energy makes $4.3B bid for Canadian Oil Sands
Deal would give Suncor stake in largest integrated energy company, including Petro-Canada stations
The Canadian Press Posted: Oct 05, 2015 7:47 AM ET Last Updated: Oct 05, 2015 10:15 AM ET
Suncor's offer is 43 per cent above market value for Canadian Oil Sands, based on closing prices at the Toronto Stock Exchange Oct. 2.
Suncor's offer is 43 per cent above market value for Canadian Oil Sands, based on closing prices at the Toronto Stock Exchange Oct. 2. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)
Suncor Energy is making a bid to acquire Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., the largest partner in Syncrude.
The Calgary-based company says it's offering Suncor shares worth about $4.3 billion and would take on about $2.3 billion of debt owed by Canadian Oil Sands, making the total transaction worth $6.6 billion.